Earlier today, photographers secured their cameras in protective housings, some of them more overtly DIY than others, and braced their tripods with sandbags in the hopes of capturing the perfect last shot of the space shuttle Discovery as it, finally, lifts off from the Kennedy Space Center for its final flight tomorrow. It’s the most traveled orbiter in NASA’s fleet and will formally be retired after this mission and likely carted off to Manhattan and put on display along with the other stuff at the Intrepid museum. (Photo: Space Flight Now/Facebook)