We’re lucky that cameras and camcorders can be used during flights, or we wouldn’t have this amazing view of the Space Shuttle Discovery‘s final launch from inside an airplane. There was also a student project that captured the launch from the edges of space using camera-laden a balloon.
Space Shuttle Discovery’s Final Launch as Seen from an Airplane
- Published on February 28, 2011 by Michael Zhang
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