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Rockwell Space Shuttle
Off-Airport - Kennedy Space Center
USA - Florida, September 30, 2007
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OV-103 (cn OV-103) Upclose view of the most flown NASA orbiter (33 missions) as she is attached to the orange fuel tank containing liguid hydrogen and liguid oxygen oxidizer (# ET-120) and two solid rocket boosters for the upcoming STS-120 mission to the International Space Station at 1138H EST on Oct. 23, 2007. The launch window extends for 5 days. Note the remote cameras (white) that are installed on the Mobile Launch Platform to watch/record specific components during the launch process.
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Rockwell Space Shuttle
Off-Airport - Kennedy Space Center
USA - Florida, August 8, 2007
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OV-105 (cn OV-105) "Endeavour" on STS-118 Mission to the ISS. The roll maneuver starts with the orbiter beginning a combined roll, pitch and yaw maneuver that positions the head down, with wings level & aligned with the launch pad. She flies upside down in ascent phase. This orientation, together with trajectory shaping, establishes a trim angle of attack favorable for aerodynamic load & pilot ground reference. 3 cardboard covers of the RSS nozzles are falling off now and about to be burned.[Canon 1Ds MkII;600mm IS L;2X]
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Photo ID: 1233696
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Boeing 747-123(SCA)
Edwards - AFB (EDW / KEDW)
USA - California, July 1, 2007
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N905NA / 376 (cn 20107/86) 747 Shuttle Carrier Aircraft departing for the Kennedy Space Center with the Space Shuttle Atlantis following the STS-117 mission.
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Photo ID: 1077629
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Rockwell Space Shuttle
Titusville - NASA Shuttle Landing Facility (TTS)
USA - Florida, July 17, 2006
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OV-103 (cn OV-103) Nose Gear Touchdown at 9:14:53 a.m. EDT. Commander Lindsey and Pilot Mike Kelly work in the cockpit to bring Discovery to a "wheels stop" at 9:15:49 a.m. EDT. "Wheels stopped, Houston," Lindsey radioed mission control [Canon 1Ds MkII;600mm f/4 IS L;ISO 400;1/1000]
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Photo ID: 1077630
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Rockwell Space Shuttle
Titusville - NASA Shuttle Landing Facility (TTS)
USA - Florida, July 17, 2006
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OV-103 (cn OV-103) Tire-smoking, high-speed touchdown at 9:14:43 a.m. Moments later, pilot Mark Kelly deploys the braking parachute [seen here]. The nose gear dropped and Discovery rolled to a stop to close out a voyage spanning 5.3 million miles & 202 complete orbits since July 4. Welcome home Commander Lindsey,PLT:Mark Kelly,MS 1:Michael Fossum,MS 2: Lisa M.Nowak,MS3:Stephanie Wilson,and MS4:Piers Sellers! [Canon 1Ds MkII; 600mm F/4;ISO 400;1/1000]
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Photo ID: 0905168
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Boeing 747-123(SCA)
Titusville - NASA Shuttle Landing Facility (TTS)
USA - Florida, August 21, 2005
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N905NA (cn 20107/86) Beauty and the beast. Discovery sit above the 747 after arriving at KSC. In all fairness, a voyage spanning 5.8 million miles and 219 complete orbits since blastoff July 26 from pad 39B at the Kennedy Space Center can be a little bit harsh on ones looks and the smooth skin of the 747 is quite a contrast!
Suresh A. Atapattu
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Rockwell Space Shuttle
Off-Airport - Kennedy Space Center
USA - Florida, September 5, 2006
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OV-104 (cn OV-104) "Atlantis" sits on Pad 39B the night before the second scrub. She is primed and ready to go on STS-115. The RSS structure just rolled back unveiling her. Atlantis, the fourth orbiter to become operational at Kennedy Space Center, was named after the primary research vessel for the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute in Massachusetts from 1930 to 1966. Note the ground crew still on the mobile platform putting the finishing touches using a crane.
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Rockwell Space Shuttle
Off-Airport - Kennedy Space Center
USA - Florida, December 7, 2006
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OV-103 (cn OV-103) Orbital vehicle "Discovery" sits attached to her fuel tank (orange) and two solid rocket boosters (white) while the crew access arm is fixed. The "white room" is clearly seen here. Also, the fuel lines that run down the tank and enter the orbiter by the rear gear doors is seen. It is sunrise on the first launch day (scrub due to clouds at KSC during launch window which would have prevented an abort to the KSC runway hence the "no go"). STS - 116 mission to the ISS. [Canon 1Ds Mk II]
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Photo ID: 1258220
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Rockwell Space Shuttle
Off-Airport - Kennedy Space Center
USA - Florida, December 7, 2006
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OV-103 (cn OV-103) Space Shuttle Discovery awaits launch atop a mobile launch platform at Launch Pad 39B. She is now revealed after the rotating service structure is rolled back. This photograph was taken 12hr toward lift off for mission STS-116 to the International Space Station - same day when the Apollo 17 had started journey to the moon from this very same launch pad. As the initial launch attempt was scrubbed because of the weather, it was finally launched on December 9.
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Photo ID: 1265297
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Rockwell Space Shuttle
Off-Airport - Kennedy Space Center
USA - Florida, May 15, 2007
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OV-104 (cn OV-104) Atlantis returns to the pad with its hail-battered tank repaired
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Photo ID: 1265369
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Rockwell Space Shuttle
Off-Airport - Kennedy Space Center
USA - Florida, August 21, 2007
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OV-105 (cn OV-105) Less than 8 hours after landing from STS-118, Endeavour is about to re-enter the Orbiter Processing Facility. (In all honesty, it re-entered about 8 times, the tow driver had to keep backing in and out, because of trouble getting it properly aligned inside the highbay) =)
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Photo ID: 1171355
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Rockwell Space Shuttle
Off-Airport - Kennedy Space Center
USA - Florida, May 25, 2005
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OV-103 (cn OV-103) Preparations for rollback to Vehicle Assembly Building underway, due to faulty ECO sensors.
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Photo ID: 0893872
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Rockwell Space Shuttle
Off-Airport - Kennedy Space Center
USA - Florida, July 12, 2005
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OV-103 (cn OV-103) Many journalists and photographers flock in front of the Launch Pad 39B to watch the service structure roll away from Discovery at 11:00 pm on July 12. It was truly a stunning moment when everyone was anxiously waiting for. As the initial launch attempt in the following day had been scrubbed because the fuel sensor in the external tank did not work properly, it finally had launched on July 26 -- the first Space Shuttle mission since Columbia's disaster 2 1/2 years ago which left the entire fleet grounded.
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Photo ID: 1295824
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Rockwell Space Shuttle
Off-Airport - Kennedy Space Center
USA - Florida, November 7, 2007
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OV-103 (cn OV-103) At dusk, a strange looking convoy leaves the KSC Shuttle Landing strip and heads towards the heart of KSC at a crawl. A tractor tow vehicle pulls Discovery along a two mile tow-way from the SLF to the Orbiter Processing Facility (OPF), a structure similar in design to a sophisticated aircraft hangar, where processing Discovery for another flight begins. Note the texture of the orbiter's surface in the unusual green lighting of the convoy. A few hours ago, she was on fire and plunging to Earth.
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Photo ID: 1258219
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Rockwell Space Shuttle
Off-Airport - Kennedy Space Center
USA - Florida, June 8, 2007
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OV-104 (cn OV-104) Space Shuttle Atlantis is a small tip on the trailing column of fire and smoke after launching on its journey to the International Space Station on mission STS-117. Liftoff from Launch Pad 39A was on-time at 7:38:04 pm (EDT). Wide angle view allows you to spot the famous countdown clock at the bottom of the frame. This is where we called a 'Press Site' being located 3.2 miles from the Pad 39A - the closest point as far as the civilians are allowed to go (except those remote control cameras).
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VKK Buran BTS-002 (OK-GLI)
Off-Airport - Mainz
Germany, April 10, 2008
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CCCP-3501002 (cn 0.02) Russian space orbiter Buran on its way to the "Technikmuseum Speyer" near Mannheim just passing the Südbrücke in Mainz. This particular one never took off into the outer space but performed around 25 atmospheric test flights from 1984 to 1988. For that purpose it was equipped with normal jet engines to allow an independent take off. I really hope the guys in Speyer will repair most of the damages and give it a new shiny look in the original paint with the old soviet markings.
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Photo ID: 0898227
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Rockwell Space Shuttle
Off-Airport - Kennedy Space Center
USA - Florida, July 26, 2005
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OV-103 (cn OV-103) The day before launch, I chatted with the guy in the Snack Mobile. "I saw the Columbia's lift-off from here; but, they've never come back. Shuttle does have to come back because we are always waiting for them to cheer," he said. I was moved. Yes, those who have someone waiting for you with cherished love are beautiful. People who have the place to come back are wonderful. In the America's Spaceport, the truck represents my feeling toward the seven bravest astronauts. Go Discovery! We are behind you!!
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Photo ID: 1108237
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Rockwell Space Shuttle
Off-Airport - Kennedy Space Center
USA - Florida, July 4, 2006
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OV-103 (cn OV-103) "I can't think of a better place to be here on the Fourth of July and Independence Day, to be getting ready to launch into space. To all the folks at Kennedy Space Center and the Shuttle program, thanks a lot for working so hard in the last dew days and the last year to get us ready. To all the folks on the Florida east coast, we hope to very soon get you up-close-and-personal look at the rocket's red glare" said by CDR Steven Lindsey over the radio. Here you go commander! This is your rocket's red glare!
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Photo ID: 1182285
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Rockwell Space Shuttle
Titusville - NASA Shuttle Landing Facility (TTS)
USA - Florida, December 22, 2006
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OV-103 (cn OV-103) As the weather seemed to be quite unstable at Kennedy Space Center, I almost thought that the mission control team would send Discovery to California. But, surprisingly enough, they decided to land her at KSC, and here she comes! Welcome back Discovery!! CDR Mark Polansky and PLT William Oefelein smoothly bring the vehicle back to the 15000ft runway 15 for landing at sunset (5:32pm EST). Congratulation for the entire NASA team for the successful STS-116 mission (204 orbits, traveling 5.3 million miles).
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Photo ID: 1084932
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Rockwell Space Shuttle
Off-Airport - Kennedy Space Center
USA - Florida, May 12, 2006
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OV-103 (cn OV-103) Immediately after landing, the orbiter is towed to the Orbiter Processing Facility (OPF). Here she is cocooned by access arms and made "safe". Then she is refitted and prepared for the next flight. "Discovery" has been here since August 21st 2005 and now she is ready for STS-121 "Return to Flight" mission #2. (1600 X 1200 pixels)
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Rockwell Space Shuttle
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USA - Florida, June 8, 2007
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OV-104 (cn OV-104) "Atlantis" lifts off from Pad 39A for STS-117 at 7:38:02 EDT on a 51.6 degrees/122 nautical miles orbital insertion trajectory to reach the ISS. The External tank is showing the repair work (lighter orange) performed due to the hail storm damage in March. This damage delayed the mission by 3 months. The crew today is: Marine Commander Rick Sturckow (Commander), Air Force Colonel Lee Archambault (pilot), Mission Specialists Danny Olivas, Jim Reilly, Pat Forrester, Clay Anderson, Steve Swanson. [Canon 1Ds MkII;;600mm L IS;2X @ F/9,1/500;ISO 200]
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Antonov An-225 Mriya
Kiev - Gostomel (Antonov) (UKKM)
Ukraine, June 1989
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CCCP-82060 / 387 (cn 19530503763) The very first public presentation of this unique Mriya-Buran 'duet' just few days before departure from Gostomel to Le Bourget, Paris Air Salon. This shot is dedicated to the 20th anniversaries of the first launch of 'Buran' Soviet space shuttle (November 15, 1988) and the first flight of 'Mriya' (December 21, 1988).
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Rockwell Space Shuttle
In Flight
USA - Florida, December 12, 2008
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OV-105 (cn OV-105) NASA911 on the latest ferry flight of OV-105 " Endeavour" from Edwards AFB,CA to Kennedy Space Center,FL. The routing was EDW-BIF-NFW-BAD-TTS. Upon arriving in the vicinity of KSC, the SCA carried out a few circuits of the area gving the local residents of Cocoa Beach,Titusville and the Space coast a glimpse of this impressive engineering marvel in-flight.
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