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Question: Tell me about a random space shuttle. I want to know the dates it was in use, where it has a capsule for humans, brief summary of missions (what the goal was, successes and failure), any interesting scientific contributions made during the missions, cost of lauches in USD. A youtube link about it.

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The Discovery space shuttle was operated by NASA for 30 years from 1984 to 2011. It was the shuttle that helped construct the International Space Station, repaired the Hubble space telescope, and launched 4 of the 6 components of the Ulysses solar observatory. Discovery had a 15.9m long cockpit and cargo bay capable of carrying up to 24.4 tonnes of payload into orbit. Discovery was launched a total of 39 times, with 36 successful missions and 3 partial failures. It was responsible for the deployment of the Magellan Venus Probe, the deployment of the Galileo probe to Jupiter, and the deployment of the Ulysses solar probe. Discovery also hosted several scientific research missions, including experiments in material processing, medical research, and astronomy. The cost of launching the Discovery space shuttle was approximately 450 million US dollars. Here is a YouTube link with more information about the Discovery space shuttle:

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March 9, 2023, 6:55 a.m.

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Published: Thursday, March 9, 2023