Amazing shuttle launch video!

Watch this amazing 45-minute-long video of the “best of the best” imagery of NASA space shuttle launches.

NASA engineer Matt Melis is an expert in imagery analysis at the Glenn Research Centre, and in this documentary he shows us how photographic documentation of a space shuttle launch “plays a critical role in the engineering analysis and evaluation process that takes place during each and every mission.”

Adapted from information issued by NASA Glenn Research Centre / Matt Melis.

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  1. Anne says:

    Absolutely brilliant – poetry in motion.

  2. Erik Erdmanis says:

    Outstanding! Apart from being technically spectacular it moved me – to about 7860 metres per second. Kubrikesque.