All eyes will be trained on the retiring space shuttle Enterprise which is expected to fly over New York City on Friday morning if Mother Nature cooperates.
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New York, January 19 -- Space agency NASA has reduced the price of used space shuttles Discovery, Endeavour and Atlantis from $42 million to $28.8 million. The shuttles will be available for sale from Feb. 19, 2010.