The Space Shuttle Discovery's trip to Washington, D.C. on Tuesday was much celebrated across the area. Employees at NSF Indian Head were able to see the NASA 747 as it carried Discovery to its new home at Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum's Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center at Washington Dulles International Airport. Fran Moody, employee of Naval Ordnance Safety and Security Activity, viewed Discovery from the old golf course. "It veered towards Virginia and into the clouds. I was thrilled and ran to the top of the green and fumbled with my cell phone for the camera but saw it no more," said Moody. "I'm so glad I had the opportunity to see it. I marvel at the ingenuity of the space program engineers, scientists and support personnel; just modifying the vehicle to transport the shuttle, let alone a vehicle which rockets to outer space with our astronauts onboard. Thank you NASA for sharing in the final journey of Discovery"