In a moment seemingly made for Instagram, the space shuttle Discovery—NASA’s oldest and most used shuttle—made loops around D.C. for an hour this morning while strapped to the back of a jet, before landing at Dulles. The shuttle will be making its new home at the Air and Space Museum’s Udvar Hazy Center. Twitter users tagged their images with #spottheshuttle.

Photo by Erie Meyer, who granted us permission to post with the condition that we must mention John Glenn, the oldest person to go into space at age 77, who is from the great state of Ohio.