Sure, I found you some images of the NASA Discovery launch.
The Space Shuttle Discovery was launched on August 30, 1984, from Kennedy Space Center in Florida. It was the third Space Shuttle orbiter to be built and the first to be named after a spacecraft. Discovery flew 39 missions during its 27-year career, including two “return to flight” missions after the Challenger and Columbia disasters. It was retired in 2011 and is now on display at the National Air and Space Museum’s Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center in Chantilly, Virginia.
[Image of Space Shuttle Discovery launch]
[Image of Space Shuttle Discovery at the National Air and Space Museum]
The Discovery’s first mission, STS-41-D, was a 6-day mission to deploy two satellites and conduct a variety of experiments. The shuttle’s final mission, STS-133, was a 13-day mission to deliver supplies to the International Space Station.
The Discovery was a versatile spacecraft that was used for a variety of missions, including:
* Satellite deployment
* Space station construction
* Scientific experiments
* Repairs to other spacecraft
The Discovery was a major part of NASA’s space program and helped to make many important discoveries. It is a testament to the ingenuity and hard work of the people who built and flew it.