HOUSTON, Feb. 26 (UPI) -- The U.S. space shuttle Discovery successfully docked with the International Space Station Saturday, NASA said.
Commander Steve Lindsey performed the maneuver at 2:14 p.m. EST, while the two spacecraft were orbiting 220 miles above western Australia.
It was Discovery's 13th and final hookup with the space station.
The hatches were set to open about 4:18 p.m., NASA said, and Discovery's crew of Lindsey, pilot Eric Boe, and mission specialists Alvin Drew, Steve Bowen, Mike Barratt and Nicole Stott will join space station commander Scott Kelly, and crew members Oleg Skripochka, Alexander Kaleri, Dmitry Kondratyev, Paolo Nespoli and Cady Coleman.
The rendezvous finishes the roundup of all the spacecraft that fly to the station, with Russia's Soyuz and Progress, Japan's HTV and Europe's ATV already docked there, Florida Today reported.
Fittingly, the astronauts got "Woody's Roundup" by Riders in the Sky, a Western song from the movie "Toy Story," for their 6:53 a.m. wake-up call.