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Endeavour springs into the Florida sky one last time with the STS-134 liftoff.
Self portrait
Nellis Air Force Jets on maneuvers.
Wheels up - eventually!
Bombs away
Discovery heads to 39A for the last time. In the foreground is the canal by which the external fuel tank is delivered to KSC.
Best of British
Few have added as much to the aura of space flight and not made it into space. Ralph Morse is iconic in his photography of space and at 97 is still going strong. Here he is in his studio surrounded by
'30s fighters
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Scanned negative from a Kodak WWII gunship camera operated remotely. The camera a K-24 shoots 7 inch diagonal images at 3-4 frames per second and was restored to shoot this image of STS-134.
There will be sunshine after the rain
The F6F first saw combat on August 31, 1943.
Astronaut Andreas Mogensen during NEEMO 19 practicing techniques for drilling on a deep space asteroid.
Went to air fete in Poland for SU-22 30th anniversary in Polish Air Force.
No. 317 "Wilno" Polish Fighter Squadron.The squadron was formed at RAF Acklington on 22 February 1941 and reached operational readiness on 24 April 1941.
Shot at the moment of liftoff of the last flight of Atlantis, a greater than 360 degree panorama of the press site and countdown clock. Shot in large format film and digitized. Higher resolution is av
Sitting calmly and quietly,beauty and the beast in one.This was taken at Air Show in Duxford,UK
Atlantis leaves the VAB for the last time prior to STS-135 flight.
Leaving for the 2014 Special Olympics

2nd Annual Air & Space Photo Contest
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Guthrie, Oklahoma, United States of America
Member since 2014
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© George Coker.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 09.2014
Filed Under: Civilian
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Date Uploaded: Sept. 27, 2014, 3:11 p.m.
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Camera Model: Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XS
Focal Length: 25mm
Shutter Speed: 1/59
Aperture: f4
ISO: ISO400
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