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Shuttle Cameras Yield Excellent Footage 275

Posted by ScuttleMonkey
from the mr-griffin's-wild-ride dept.
Jivecat writes "All those extra cameras NASA has added to the Space Shuttle to watch for debris impacts have yielded what may be the coolest Shuttle launch footage ever. The forward-facing view from the right-hand SRB shows, at about the 2:58 mark, booster separation and Discovery zooming away. Other views are available at the main mission site."
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Shuttle Cameras Yield Excellent Footage

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