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@12:16pm-7/8/11 we captured the ISS flying by in the distance! Verified with Spaceweather.com! use full size 2 c
The thin blue line at the top of our flight. Makes you realize we are on a really big spaceship that's fragile!
Our first pano-stitch: This is the closest point in our flight path to capture Atlantis #STS135. Enjoy the view..
How high do the SRBs go after Separation? This shot sheds some light on just how high "visually" they go!
@ the EXACT moment at KSC when Atlantis went in the clouds, we said--there it is! Our MCC @ KSC got both views!
One of the best parts of any Shuttle launch--shuttle trail decay in the stratosphere. U missed them we got 'em.
Full Parabolic ARC and the exact moment of SRB SEB as timed by GPS on StratoShuttle-1
Atlantis, GO at Throttle up!
And now for the good stuff we have been saving. HAIL ATLANTIS!
SS-1 Launch Site: This was an awesome launch site! It fits our name and mission--Inspire the quest for STARs.
And the Rocket's Red Glare! Atlantis punches through the cloud deck on her final flight. Taken at the 40nm barrier
On July 8th,First Person View goes OUT OF THIS WORLD with live STS-135 launch video from the edge at 1.2ghz.
This clip shows an eye in the sky cloud formed by the swirling boosters. You can clearly see the fork in booster sep at the end of the main contrail. Go Endeavour!
And Liftoff of Senatobia-1: Setting Sail With Endeavour on it's Final Voyage....
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