NASA Shuttle in balance

In late 2008, NASA announced the sale of various materials (suits of the astronauts, the Shuttle engine parts, etc..) including three Space Shuttle at a price of $ 42 million. The announcement of the sale was aimed at education institutions, science museums, and other organizations.
Now NASA has decided to apply a maxi-discount bringing the price of the Shuttle from 42 million to 28.8 million dollars (20 million euro), which still has to be added to the fare, about $ 2 million. The maxi-off, however, will only be valid for the next six months, after which the price will return to first, $ 42 million.
In addition, NASA seems intent on actually put on sale only one of the shuttle, the Discovery. The other two, the Endeavour and Atlantis, will remain for now owned by NASA.


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