The final Shuttle Launch (STS-135) is scheduled for launch tomorrow at 1526Z.
There will be two sister Special Events Stations operating for the Final Shuttle Launch.
Operations will begin five minutes after the launch (currently scheduled for 11:26 AM EST (1526Z)). If the launch is rescheduled, so will station operation.
Both stations will be offering a commemorative certificate or QSL card for the event. See the details of each station for QSL info.

Information for each station follows:

Special Events Station N4S (near the Cape in Florida) will be operating as follows:
CW 7.080, 14.050, 21.050 +/- 10kHz.
SSB 7.280, 14.280, 21.280 +/- 10kHz.
PSK 7.035, 14.070, 21.070
Cocoa repeater 145.190(-) PL 103.5
For a Certificate, send 8.5 x 11 S.A.S.E. to: North Brevard ARC, P O Box 1033, Mims FL 32754
Info: Bob Jones, N6USP, 4743 Cambridge Dr., Mims FL 32754
Web site: North Brevard Amateur Radio Club:

Special Events Stations N5S (near White Sands Complex in New Mexico)
N5S will be operating SSB only on forty, twenty, and fifteen meters as band conditions permit.
For QSL, send S.A.S.E. to: N5S, P. O. Box 1443, Las Cruces, NM 88004-1433
Info: Mesilla Valley Radio Club (MVRC), N5BL, P. O. Box 1443, Las Cruces, NM 88004-1433
Web site: MVRC: