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Old 02-27-2011, 01:19 PM
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Looks very good....
if I had enough place, I would build also the ISS...
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Old 02-27-2011, 01:28 PM
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Thank You Michael. I donīt have enough place,too. I will only buildt Zvesda, Zarya and Unity with Z1 and PMA3. And when I foundt it, a Spaceshuttle in the same scale.
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Old 02-27-2011, 03:23 PM
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For mk310149 and spacewalker: just take your cue from paper kosmonaut if you're short on room ...

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Slightly OT: I don't know how many of you folks check spaceflightnow.com daily, but it can often be a treasure trove of photos, and today is no exception. Some amazing detail photos from Discovery's Flight Day 3:
Spaceflight Now | STS-133 Shuttle Report | Flight Day 3 photo gallery
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Cool web-site there dh. I've never seen this one. Judging by the photos dosen't look like there was any noticeable damage from the foam comming off the tank on launch day. I was watching on local news and web cam. You didn't see the foam on the news as it didn't come off untill late in the flight, the news channels already cut away before you could see it.
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Slightly OT: I don't know how many of you folks check spaceflightnow.com daily, but it can often be a treasure trove of photos, and today is no exception. Some amazing detail photos from Discovery's Flight Day 3:
Spaceflight Now | STS-133 Shuttle Report | Flight Day 3 photo gallery
To be clear those photos obviously don't belong to spaceflightnow.com.
Full photos from STS-133 can be found here.
HSF Space Shuttle Gallery
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To be clear those photos obviously don't belong to spaceflightnow.com.
Full photos from STS-133 can be found here.
HSF Space Shuttle Gallery
I think we're all clear about that. I know I was when I posted the link.
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Old 02-28-2011, 11:14 AM
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I think we're all clear about that. I know I was when I posted the link.
Yes I'm sure but I just wanted to show where you can get the hi res ones and you can never be sure. There were no intents against you.
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Sorry, Sir. This is to small!!
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Cool web-site there dh. I've never seen this one. Judging by the photos dosen't look like there was any noticeable damage from the foam comming off the tank on launch day. I was watching on local news and web cam. You didn't see the foam on the news as it didn't come off untill late in the flight, the news channels already cut away before you could see it.
I was watching the NASA feed on C-SPAN during the launch and it showed some chunks coming off. It did not seem very serious, glad it turned out so.

I wonder if there is any video shot from space of a shuttle launch. That would look good. The ISS is between 173 mi (278 km) and 286 mi (460 km) high.
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