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Just what the city needs - a cheap gift shop in Amsterdam [January 19, 2014]

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What wonderfully tasteful souvenirs they are selling in this tourist trash emporium - sorry, gift shop - on the Nieuwendijk. And, as they so proudly tells us, so cheap as well.

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Credit: NASA-KSCThe shuttle Atlantis dropped out of a clear, dark sky and glided to an eerie predawn landing today at the Kennedy Space Center, wrapping up a successful space station assembly mission that kicks off a complex sequence of construction flights.With commander Brent Jett at the controls, Atlantis settled to a tire-smoking touchdown on runway 33 at 6:21:30 a.m., just 15 minutes after the space station, now sporting a huge new set of solar arrays, sailed through the predawn sky over Florida, a brilliant "star" rivaling Venus or Jupiter in brightness.As Jett guided the 100-ton spaceplane down the 3-mile-long runway at more than 200 mph, pilot Chris Ferguson fired the ship's braking parachute, the nose dropped to the landing strip and a few moments later, Atlantis rolled to a stop."Wheels stopped, Houston," Jett radioed as Atlantis braked to a halt."We copy, wheels stopped," replied astronaut Tony Antonelli from mission control at the Johnson Space Center in Houston. "Welcome back, congratulations on return to assembly.""Thanks, Houston. It's nice to be back, it was a great team effort," Jett replied. "I think assembly's off to a good start."Additional coverage for subscribers:VIDEO:SHUTTLE ATLANTIS GLIDES TO SAFE LANDING VIDEO:LONGER LENGTH MOVIE OF ATLANTIS' RETURN VIDEO:VIEW FROM RUNWAY MID-POINT VIDEO:CAMERA ON SOUTH END OF RUNWAY VIDEO:VIEW FROM VEHICLE ASSEMBLY BUILDING ROOF VIDEO:LANDING WITH NATURAL SOUND FROM THE RUNWAY VIDEO:SUN RISES OVER ATLANTIS ON BEAUTIFUL MORNING VIDEO:NASA OFFICIALS EXAMINE ATLANTIS VIDEO:THE ASTRONAUTS WELCOMED HOME VIDEO:CREW WALKS AROUND ATLANTIS VIDEO:CREW DEPARTS THE RUNWAY VIDEO:POST-LANDING NEWS CONFERENCE VIDEO:ATLANTIS TOWED BACK TO HANGAR MORE: The 116th shuttle mission spanned 11 days 19 hours six minutes and 35 seconds since blastoff Sept. 9, covering 4.9 million miles and 186 complete orbits. 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