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Here’s what’s happening, if you’re not in the haze of the uncaffinated early morning:
Provided the weather in Florida holds out, I’ll be commenting live  about the final shuttle launch tomorrow morning around 7:30/7:45am Seattle time (PDT). I am still here in Seattle, but since the launch is scheduled for 8:26am our time and Pacific Science Center won’t be open yet, I thought we could chat online.
Joining me will be Sarah Culp, planetarium intern, and Ballard High School graduate (class of ’11!). She and her class sent an experiment with e-coli up on the previous shuttle mission. We’ll probably chat about that as well.
If you want to join us, we’ll be on Twitter (AlicesAstroInfo ) using the hashtag #PacSciLive , as well as the official launch hashtag #STS135 . You don’t have to sign in to Twitter to read the comments, but you do if you want to talk back. You can also leave comments below, on my Facebook page  or e-mail me . I’ll be watching all those for questions from you.
Cross your fingers for good weather in Florida!
~ A l i c e !