Author Topic: Shuttle vs Artemis Liftoff Comparison - STS-131 and Artemis 1  (Read 915 times)

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Shuttle vs Artemis Liftoff Comparison - STS, Shuttle, Launch, Camera Views, NASA, STS-131, Orion



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May 18, 2023  #shuttle #artemis #launch
Multiple camera side-by-side views comparing STS to SLS liftoff. These night launches are shown: STS-131 on April 5, 2010, and Artemis 1 on October 20, 2021.

Sequences are presented at approximate real scale, and synchronized to the timing of Solid Rocket Booster ignition. Camera angles were also matched as possible. Audio from STS is played on the left channel, and from SLS on the right.

Sound and image cleanup,  remastering, and editing by RetroSpace HD.
« Last Edit: 05/25/2023 04:00 am by zubenelgenubi »
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3:16 Look at that ET rocking at MAXQ.

Shuttle certainly afforded a better view of the RS25 start sequence due to their elevated position above the MLP.
« Last Edit: 05/25/2023 04:00 am by zubenelgenubi »
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You can really appreciate how much significantly brighter SLS was than Shuttle.
« Last Edit: 05/25/2023 04:00 am by zubenelgenubi »
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You can really appreciate how much significantly brighter SLS was than Shuttle.
isnít that totally dependent on exposure level of the camera?
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