The July 8, 11:36 a.m. launch of Space Shuttle Atlantis' final mission is over, but thanks to YouTube and the Internet, it can be watched again and again.
NASA set the shuttle's four member crew on a 12-day mission to the International Space Station Friday morning, in an event that was watched live in Florida by an estimated one million people.
The journey is the 135th and final launch after 30 years for NASA's space shuttle program.
The first Atlantis mission happened in October 1985. It was gone on 32 missions, carried 191 crew members and orbited the earth 4,648 times.
Not including the current journey, Atlantis shuttles have spent a total of 293 days, 18 hours, 29 minutes, 37 seconds in space.