WOODBURY - The Space shuttle Discovery made its final flight home, landing at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida shortly before noon today.

The world's most traveled spaceship just wrapped up its final mission to the International Space Station, during which Discovery's six-member crew delivered and installed a new storage compartment and a humanoid robot.

NASA's oldest shuttle has flown 39 missions over nearly 27 years, logging 148 million miles.

NASA will spend several months de-commissioning Discovery and then send it to the Smithsonian Museum.

Discovery crew to arrive at International Space Station tomorrow

VIDEO: Space shuttle Discovery's final launch