Here’s what is on tap for Monday:

“FOX & Friends First”
Special Time: Starts at 5 a.m. ET

As the space shuttle Discovery (search) returns to Earth, we’ll recap its mission with Dr. Tom Jones, former NASA astronaut and the author of "The Complete Idiot's Guide to NASA"; Dr. Scott Parazynski, NASA astronaut and mission specialist; Jim Wetherbee, former NASA astronaut, and NASA journalist Jim Slade.

Then, what do you do after you've walked on the surface of the Moon? Nearly 40 years after the first moon landing, author Andrew Smith tracked down each surviving member of the original Apollo landings to find out.

Plus, what lies ahead for NASA? We’ll ask Ben Chertoff, research editor of Popular Mechanics.

Threats have prompted U.S. officials to close its embassy in Saudi Arabia (search). Is the government bracing for more terror attacks? We’ll ask terror analyst, Dr. Steven E. Wilson, author of "Winter in Kandahar."

And, what causes morning breath? How do you get rid of the hiccups? These are just two of the medical questions asked and answered by Dr. Billy Goldberg and humorist Mark Leyner, co-authors of "Why Do Men Have Nipples?"

“FOX & Friends”
Starts at 7 a.m. ET

We’ll get reaction to the Discovery mission from Apollo 11, Buzz Aldrin, and former astronaut, Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla.

How does NASA repair and maintain the shuttle, once it returns to Earth? We’ll get answers from NASA vehicle manager, Stephanie Stilson.

Plus, with NASA grounding the shuttle fleet after Discovery's mission, should the program be scrapped for good? We’ll ask former NASA engineer, Don Nelson.

And, six men are expected to appear in British court Monday, all charged in connection with the bombings in london on July 21. What can we expect to happen? We’ll ask former Scotland Yard special operations team leader, Steve Purl.

Plus, we'll play tribute to the life and career of ABC News' Peter Jennings (search).

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