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Photo ID: 1948487
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Rockwell Space Shuttle
Off-Airport - Kennedy Space Center
USA - Florida, July 8, 2011
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OV-104 (cn OV-104) The Final Mission: The Space Shuttle soars into history. STS-135 Atlantis.
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Photo ID: 1585299
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United Launch Alliance
Boeing Delta 4-Heavy
Cocoa Beach - Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Skid Strip (XMR / KXMR)
USA - Florida, November 10, 2007
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Delta 4-Heavy roars into orbit with DSP-23, the final Defense Support Program missile-warning satellite, at 8:50pm EST from Launch Complex 37B at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, November 10, 2007. Delta 4-Heavy, over 23 stories tall, is the world's largest rocket by height and most powerful unmanned booster.
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Photo ID: 1955372
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Rockwell Space Shuttle
Off-Airport - Kennedy Space Center
USA - Florida, July 21, 2011
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OV-104 (cn OV-104) TOUCHDOWN! The space shuttle program is over as Atlantis rolls out on Runway 15 of the Shuttle Landing Facility, crowning a 30 year, 135 mission achievement. This rare view shows Atlantis in silhouette against the power xenon lights three miles away, as it rolls down the SLF.
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Photo ID: 1960290
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Rockwell Space Shuttle
Off-Airport - Kennedy Space Center
USA - Florida, July 7, 2011
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OV-104 (cn OV-104) The Space Shuttle's final, rainy night on Launch Pad 39A. Long live the space shuttle! STS-135, the final mission.
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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: 0898222
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Off-Airport - Kennedy Space Center
USA - Florida, July 26, 2005
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One of the World's largest hangars. The VAB is divided: Bay 2 = checkout/store the external fuel tank. Bay 4 = assembly and store the solid rocket boosters (SRBs). Bay1 & 3 to build "the stack" (shuttle,SRBs,external tank) on Mobile Launch Platform (MLP). Currently Atlantis is there. Long doors (seen partial open) open for MLP to crawls to Pad39A and 39B. The white building is Launch Control and the 3 squat brown buildings are Orbital Processing Facilities (OPF)-2 on left,one rightside.
Suresh A. Atapattu
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Photo ID: 1161235
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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: 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: 1588621
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Lockheed Martin Atlas 5
Cocoa Beach - Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Skid Strip (XMR / KXMR)
USA - Florida, October 10, 2007
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AV-011 A time-lapse image captures the launch of the Lockheed-Martin Atlas 5 rocket with WGS-1, a military communications satellite, at 8:22pm EDT October 10, 2007.
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Photo ID: 1787706
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Rockwell Space Shuttle
Off-Airport - Kennedy Space Center
USA - Florida, September 20, 2010
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OV-103 (cn OV-103) "Discovery" departs High Bay #1 for the last time (39th flight) on the mobile launch platform that she will fly off on STS-133. She has been mated to rest of the stack (ET + 2 SRBs) over the last week. With assembly/checkout done, the crawler-transporter entered, picked up the MLP + "the stack" and carried them to launch pad 39A. Thousands of adoring KSC workers were outside to cheer her on for the 3.5 mile trip at 0.8MPH. So Long Discovery!
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Photo ID: 1694860
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Rockwell Space Shuttle
Off-Airport - Kennedy Space Center
USA - Florida, April 21, 2010
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OV-104 (cn OV-104) Workers look on as Space Shuttle Atlantis, bathed in spotlights, emerges from the VAB for the final time: In preparation for STS-132, the final mission for the 25-year-old orbiter, Atlantis, standing 19 stories tall and 25 stories atop the massive crawler transporter and mobile launch platform, begins the trek to Pad 39A from the 525-foot Vehicle Assembly Building at 11:31pm EDT April 21. Giant xenon spotlights bathe the shuttle for crowds on her ultimate mission.
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Photo ID: 1885528
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Rockwell Space Shuttle
Off-Airport - Kennedy Space Center
USA - Florida, March 11, 2011
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OV-105 (cn OV-105) For the last time ever, the Space Shuttle Endeavour emerges from the Vehicle Assembly Building and makes the 3.5 mile trek to Launch Pad 39A where it will undergo final preparations for its last mission, STS-134. It will be the penultimate flight of the space shuttle program. Thousands of employees & guests looked on as Endeavour crawled out, bathed in light, standing some 24 stories tall.
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Grumman Lunar Excursion Module (simulator)
Garden City - Mitchel AFB (Mitchel Field) (closed)
USA - New York, May 8, 2010
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The Cradle of Aviation Museum. This is the front of the single Lunar Excursion Module (LEM) simulator built. All Apollo astronauts trained on it between 1968 and 1972. Each crew member had a set of flight controls, as well as a triangular window (note the lack of seats!). The hatch at the bottom is where they would get out of the LEM for the lunar walks. The small window at the top left is to help them dock with the Command Module. [Canon EOS 40D, EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM lens, Speedlite 580EX II flash]
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