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Space shuttle Endeavour landing at Ellington Field, Houston, Texas September 19, 2012.
My reflection on COMS satellite
Ariane 5, flight V195 on 26/06/1990 with COMS and Arabsat 5A satellites on board
Takeoff!
Discovery flies piggybacked on the SCA 747 early Tuesday morning from Kennedy Space Center's shuttle landing facility. After  giving visitors on the Space Coast a chance to see it one last t
Atlantis on the launch pad prior to payload installation. Photo taken from top of the RSS (Rotating Service Structure)
Atlantis on the launch pad prior to payload installation
Space Shuttle Discovery rolls back out to the launch pad after repairs to the external tank stringers.
High above looking down in the VAB Atlantis can be seen prior to rollout for STS-135. This will be the final space shuttle launch.
Space shuttle Endeavour on display in the city of Westchester near Los Angeles International Airport.
A passenger jet looks like it is about to collide with space shuttle Endeavour as it approaches Los Angeles International Airport for a landing.
Perched atop the NASA 905 Shuttle Carrier Aircraft, the orbiter Endeavour makes her heralded arrival at the Los Angeles International Airport.
A close-up of the Curiosity Mars rover as she undergoes final assembly inside the Spacecraft Assembly Facility at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory...in Pasadena, California.
The Curiosity Mars rover undergoes final assembly inside the Spacecraft Assembly Facility at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory...in Pasadena, California.
Me striking a pose with the Curiosity Mars rover inside the Spacecraft Assembly Facility, at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California.
The space shuttle Endeavour on display outside of the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza in South L.A.
The space shuttle Endeavor making a turn.
The space shuttle Endeavor flying by with chase plane.
The space shuttle Endeavor flying overhead
Last flight of Discovery.
Endeavour on display. in her enclosure at the
Shuttle Endeavour last fly-by over Mountain View's Ames Research Center
My 1/12 scale Gemini Titan II lift-off at Distant Thunder launch.  Photo taken by my rocket buddy Jeremiah Ritmiller.  Weight 45 lbs height 10 ft diameter 10 in.  Altitude just under 2,000 ft. Motors-
Sea side Rocket Launch, Cocoa Beach, FL.

1st Annual Air & Space Photo Contest
A close-up of the Curiosity Mars rover as she undergoes final assembly inside the Spacecraft Assembly Facility at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory...in Pasadena, California.

A close-up of the Curiosity Mars rover as she undergoes final assembly inside the Spacecraft Assembly Facility at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory...in Pasadena, California.

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Date Taken: 06.2011
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