Nebraska native Clayton Anderson and his fellow astronauts have landed safely – if late – aboard the shuttle Discovery.
The shuttle landed this morning at the Kennedy Space Center as rain and worries about fog prompted the flight director to skip the first landing attempt today and on Monday.
Discovery blasted off on schedule back on April 5th. Anderson, who’s originally from Ashland, made three spacewalks during the crew’s stay at the International Space Station.
It concludes his second trip into orbit. Anderson spent five months aboard the station in 2007.