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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: 0421834
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Rockwell Space Shuttle
Off-Airport - Kennedy Space Center
USA - Florida, November 30, 2000
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OV-105 (cn OV-105) Launch of Space Shuttle Endeavour from Pad 39B on mission STS-97. This is a five minute exposure taken from the Causeway (about 7 miles away from the pad). Taken with a borrowed all-manual Nikomat camera, 24 mm lens, f/16, Kodak Royal Gold 100 film. When the exposure was stopped in this shot, the shuttle was approximately 229 statute miles downrange.
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Photo ID: 1955053
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Rockwell Space Shuttle
Off-Airport - Kennedy Space Center
USA - Florida, May 30, 2011
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OV-104 (cn OV-104) One final time to view of the last operational space shuttle on its last night inside the Vehicle Assembly Building. This is a sight that will never be seen again. "Atlantis" got her last laugh as she beat premature retirement twice to end up being the last flown orbiter. However, the end of the STS program is now final.
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Photo ID: 1961661
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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) The final Orbiter Recovery Convoy brings "Atlantis" back to OPF#02 post landing. It consists of a number of specially-designed vehicles and a team of specialists who safe and service the orbiter and assist in crew egress. The Orbiter Tow Vehicle is bringing her while the Orbiter Coolant Transporter and the Orbiter Purge Transporter run her systems from the rear. She travels at walking pace and is accompanied by the recovery members as is seen. On this very last time, it was a very somber procession.
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Photo ID: 1964682
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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) Her final wheel stop was in orbital processing facility #01 where she was towed into for her "mummification" post flight today. Space Shuttle "Atlantis" in "down processing" post space flight - the very last space shuttle flight. After this she will undergo "transition and retirement" to the NASA - Kennedy Visitor Center. The three nostril like holes are part of the forward Reaction Control system which allows her to move in space.So long Atlantis!
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Photo ID: 1968741
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Rockwell Space Shuttle
Off-Airport - Kennedy Space Center
USA - Florida, June 21, 2011
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OV-103 (cn OV-103) Aft flight deck control for the remote manipulator system (RMS) a.k.a "Canada Arm". Basic RMS consists of arm; a display and control panel, including rotational & translational hand controllers; and an interface with the orbiter computer. Capable of payloads weighing up to 65,000 lbs. Can also retrieve, repair and deploy satellites; provide a mobile extension ladder for extravehicular activity crew members for work stations or foot restraints; and be used as an inspection aid for orbiter TPS checks.
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Photo ID: 1942699
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Rockwell Space Shuttle
Off-Airport - Kennedy Space Center
USA - Florida, May 17, 2011
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OV-104 (cn OV-104) Atlantis on a rollover from the Orbiter Processing Facility to the Vehicle Assembly Building in preparation for STS-135, the final Space Shuttle mission.
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Photo ID: 1948023
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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) Launch of Space Shuttle Atlantis on the final shuttle flight. Mission STS-135 carries a crew of four to the International Space Station to deliver supplies and spare parts to sustain station operations once the shuttles are retired. The photo was taken remotely approximately 1500 feet away from Launch Pad 39A.
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Photo ID: 1948487
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Rockwell Space Shuttle
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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: 1949958
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Rockwell Space Shuttle
Off-Airport - Kennedy Space Center
USA - Florida, May 15, 2011
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OV-105 (cn OV-105) The sun goes down before the final launch of Endeavour on STS-134.
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Photo ID: 1619207
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Rockwell Space Shuttle
In Flight
USA - Florida, November 27, 2009
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OV-104 (cn OV-104) If one had an opportunity fly in formation with a space shuttle orbiter in the Earth's atmosphere, it would look like this. I purposely chose to have Earth background so that a sense of scale and depth can be gleaned. With commander Charles Hobaugh at the controls, "Atlantis" executed a sweeping right overhead turn to lose altitude and speed to line up for landing. The two sonic booms heralding the arrival in Florida occurred just prior. Welcome home "Atlantis"! Dear President Obama, Please keep them flying!
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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) 1358 GMT (9:58 a.m. EDT). Touchdown! Discovery is back home. The left main gear impacted first followed by the right. The nose wheel is still up as aerodynamic braking is always useful when one carries a load like this. Welcome home Discovery!
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OV-104 (cn OV-104) At 5:57 am EDT, after 13 days and 200 orbits around earth, Space Shuttle Atlantis completes mission STS-135 thus ending America’s 30-year Space Shuttle program. Since STS-1 in 1981, 355 individuals from 16 countries flew 852 times aboard five Space Shuttles. Together, they traveled more than 542 million miles. I feel privileged to have taken part in her last two missions. Farewell Space Shuttle… [1/160 sec, f/2.8, ISO 3200]
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Rockwell Space Shuttle
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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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