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How One Photographer Took Incredible Close-Ups of Space Shuttle Launches

How One Photographer Took Incredible Close-Ups of Space Shuttle Launches

Shuttle launches are audacious displays of smoke, steam and a gigantic man-made vessel being thrust into space. Documenting in-the-moment details can be...

Three of Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne's space shuttle main engines powered the Atlantis launch on July 8, as they have every shuttle launch since the program began in 1981,

Space shuttle's final liftoff made possible by Pratt & Whitney engines

Three of Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne's space shuttle main engines powered the Atlantis launch on July 8, as they have every shuttle launch since the program began in 1981,

On July 23, 1999, the Space Shuttle Columbia launched from Kennedy Space Center to begin its five day trip into space. STS-93 was the first shuttle mission commanded by a woman, Col. Eilen M. Collins.  The main goal of the mission was to deploy the Chandra X-Ray Observatory, a telescope designed to detect X-ray emission from extremely hot areas of the Universe, such as exploded stars. The astronauts also experimented on several plants, and took ultraviolet images of the Earth, the Moon…

On July 23, 1999, the Space Shuttle Columbia launched from Kennedy Space Center to begin its five day trip into space. STS-93 was the first shuttle mission commanded by a woman, Col. Eilen M. Collins. The main goal of the mission was to deploy the Chandra X-Ray Observatory, a telescope designed to detect X-ray emission from extremely hot areas of the Universe, such as exploded stars. The astronauts also experimented on several plants, and took ultraviolet images of the Earth, the Moon…

The Space Shuttle - Top to Bottom

Typhoon H 4k Collision Avoidance Hexacopter w/Battery, Charger, ST16 Controller

A pioneer of America's space program, Dr. von Braun stands by the five F-1 engines of the "Saturn V" Dynamic Test Vehicle on display at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama.

A pioneer of America's space program, Dr. von Braun stands by the five F-1 engines of the "Saturn V" Dynamic Test Vehicle on display at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama.

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