Thursday, October 26, 2006

Shulttle launch as seen from the International Space Station

Shuttle launch

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5 comments:

woja said...

Great picture.
Nice blog.

Anonymous said...

Not really a comment about the shuttle but a suggestion. It would be a big help if you could please start using target="_blank" in your links so that they open in a new window and we don't have to load the entire page everytime we go back to the page after visiting a link. Thanks

Brian said...

That cannot be from the space station. You can almost make out Cape Canaveral. Plus there is a reflection from the flash, as if it was taken from the window of an airplane.

Anonymous said...

hey Brian, lets see an air plane fly that high...are you high?

Jonco said...

UPDATE: Got this from http://www.admit-one.net/:.....
These pictures were taken by astronaut Frank Calderio from a NASA WB-57 aircraft flying at about 60,000 ft.
They were released by NASA on September 15th, 2006 and are of Atlantis (STS-115). Something you don’t get to see every day, at least from this angle.