A couple of NASA engineers give instructional details of a shuttle launch using high speed cameras.
Yeah that looks like my Cutlass when I drive up the mountain to hit those golf balls
The best part is the ignition-liftoff part in slow-motion
135 launches over the years with only one failure on re-entry and of course the one that didn't make it far off the ground (Challenger) and I watched em all on my big dish in the early days on NASA Select which most people didn't get to watch and they always had cameras all over the launch pad.
Time for a new craft that will land on the Moon with humans and materials to build a space station ON the Moon and not just this flying hotel 200 miles above us called the ISS
What a waste of 40 years+ since we first landed on the Moon (watched that on black and white tv when I was a kid)
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