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Last Shuttle Launch as Seen from a Plane Window

By way of our favorite cephalopodic bloggers over at LaughingSquid comes this amazing airplane window snap of this morning’s Atlantis launch. So great! Our very own Rachel Hobson was there in the press pool and will be filing a report later.

26 thoughts on “Last Shuttle Launch as Seen from a Plane Window

    1. and you think there is not going to be more spending to get us back there?  Or do you think were not going to pay the russians to get us there.  get real, billions will be spent in the upcomming years, maybe more than ever just to get us to space, because now were paying to get us back there and paying the russians to get us there while we cant.

    2. I do hope you’re just trolling. 

      If not, then I’d seriously question your patriotism towards the country and the collective ideal of scientific progress for the benefit of mankind.

    3. I do hope you’re just trolling. 

      If not, then I’d seriously question your patriotism towards the country and the collective ideal of scientific progress for the benefit of mankind.

  1. How long after the launch was this?
    i wouldn’t want to be in an air plane anywhere near a launch.
    especially after last time.

    oh and thanks make for posting stupid repost crap so you have to go through about 5 pages of junk to find out nothing at all interesting about the picture.

  2. How long after the launch was this?
    i wouldn’t want to be in an air plane anywhere near a launch.
    especially after last time.

    oh and thanks make for posting stupid repost crap so you have to go through about 5 pages of junk to find out nothing at all interesting about the picture.

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Gareth Branwyn is a freelance writer and the former Editorial Director of Maker Media. He is the author or editor of over a dozen books on technology, DIY, and geek culture. He is currently a contributor to Boing Boing, Wink Books, and Wink Fun. And he has a new best-of writing collection and “lazy man’s memoir,” called Borg Like Me.

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