Space shuttle Discovery is on Launch Pad 39A this morning after making an overnight trip from Kennedy Space Center's Vehicle Assembly Building.
The shuttle was secured on the launch pad by 1:49 a.m., a little more than six hours after exiting the Vehicle Assembly Building at 7:23 p.m. Monday.
More than 3,000 employees and family members were issued passes to watch the historic rollout.
Discovery is targeting a Nov. 1 launch to the International Space Station. It's scheduled to be its final mission.
Read about its final voyage here.
IMAGE: Space shuttle Discovery is attached to launch pad 39A as the sun rises over Kennedy Space Center this morning. It took the spacecraft about six hours to make the journey, known as "rollout," from the Vehicle Assembly Building to the pad. Credit: NASA/Jack Pfaller