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Re: STS-134: Pad Flow Latest (Rollout to S0007)
« Reply #800 on: 04/29/2011 04:28 AM »
Should be close to done
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Re: STS-134: Pad Flow Latest (Rollout to S0007)
« Reply #801 on: 04/29/2011 04:33 AM »
Interesting view looking down at the orbiter, MLP, and flame trench, and of the underside of the MLP.

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Re: STS-134: Pad Flow Latest (Rollout to S0007)
« Reply #802 on: 04/29/2011 04:34 AM »
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In a time exposure the RSS rolls back revealing shuttle Endeavour #sts134 on launch pad 39A

Trying not to post too many, but amazing shots but be posted!

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Re: STS-134: Pad Flow Latest (Rollout to S0007)
« Reply #803 on: 04/29/2011 04:34 AM »
RSS starting to slow down near the end

Edit: a small difference between the last two, might be finished rotating
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Re: STS-134: Pad Flow Latest (Rollout to S0007)
« Reply #804 on: 04/29/2011 04:39 AM »
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Space shuttle Endeavour poised in the pad for a last time.

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Re: STS-134: Pad Flow Latest (Rollout to S0007)
« Reply #805 on: 04/29/2011 04:44 AM »
ANd RSS open, I will be back tomorrow early
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Re: STS-134: Pad Flow Latest (Rollout to S0007)
« Reply #806 on: 04/29/2011 04:57 AM »
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Re: STS-134: Pad Flow Latest (Rollout to S0007)
« Reply #807 on: 04/29/2011 05:03 AM »
Thanks Ronsmytheiii.

They've now lowered the oxygen vent on to the ET, indicating to me they're comfortable about hail issues.  They are cranking on all of the xenons now, to aide in inspections I reckon.
Quite the spectacle!
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Re: STS-134: Pad Flow Latest (Rollout to S0007)
« Reply #808 on: 04/29/2011 01:42 PM »
Watch the launch live

28 April 2011

Watch the launch of Space Shuttle Endeavour STS-134 mission, with a crew of six including ESA astronaut Roberto Vittori, to the International Space Station on 29 April. Liftoff is scheduled for 21:47 CEST (19:47 GMT) and streaming begins one hour before.

http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/DAMA_mission/SEM0B2ZGRMG_0.html

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