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Take our trivia quiz -- a celebration of space shuttle weirdness

By CURTIS KRUEGER
Times Staff Writer

America's space shuttles are breathtaking, brilliant and dangerous. And now, they're about to stop flying -- the very last launch is set for July 8.

Which gives us one final chance for our own quirky celebration of obscure space shuttle information. So please try our first, last and admittedly odd Space Shuttle Trivia Challenge.

[NASA]

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Above: The Aurora Borealis, also known as "northern lights", is featured in this photograph taken by a STS-116 crew member onboard Space Shuttle Discovery. [NASA Dec. 19 2006]

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