Wednesday, August 10

Discovery is back...

...and what a spectacular photo. Re-entry started at 400,000 feet, at several times the speed of sound, aiming at a small handkerchief called Edwards Air Force Base in California's Mojave desert.

NASA reports complete success.

[Photo from the Herald.]

3 Comments:

Anonymous tincanman said...

You can see more great images on Nasa's site itself. That's where we should be - out there, walking amongst the stars.

10 August 2005 at 09:30  
Blogger PC said...

I tried that one earlier, TCM, but couldn't get it to open for me. I suspect it's deservedly very busy. :-)

10 August 2005 at 11:18  
Anonymous michael fasher said...

theres a brilliant video on the boeing website narated by george w bush
go to the boeing company website then go to pruducts and services then to integrated defences then on the a to z index go to space exploration systems
check it out it shows past missions and also computer anamation of the next moon mission and manned mars landings

15 August 2005 at 19:03  

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