1. Rocket Engine Tracking Shot


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    Motion-stabilized view of space shuttle Atlantis during the STS-132 ascent accompanied by audio from the television broadcast. The camera focuses on the Space Shuttle Main Engines (SSMEs) and Solid Rocket Boosters (SRBs). Includes coverage of SRB separation and the orbiter's continued ascent with its external fuel tank. Duration: 3 minutes 12 seconds. Higher bitrate versions of this video can be viewed and downloaded at the Internet Archive: https://archive.org/details/launch-bonus1 This is part of a group of clips depicting space shuttle launches using NASA engineering and broadcast television footage. The following videos are also included in this set: Space Shuttle Roll Maneuver - Discovery lifting off and rolling over during the STS-114 launch. Presented with STS-124 mission audio. Stabilized images are enlarged and cropped to maintain consistent frame dimensions. http://vimeo.com/91687445 Full Image Roll Maneuver - Stabilized images of the STS-114 liftoff are presented without cropping and appear to float in accordance with the camera movements while the main subject remains steady. Audio is an astronaut's description of the STS-110 launch. http://vimeo.com/91481956 Long Range Tracking Shot - Extended view of space shuttle Discovery during the STS-124 ascent as filmed by a long range tracking camera. Audio is from the television broadcast. http://vimeo.com/91481298 Full Image Tracking Shot - Stabilized images of the STS-124 ascent are presented without cropping and appear to float in accordance with the camera movements. Audio demonstrates the time difference between seeing and hearing a launch when viewed from a distant location. http://vimeo.com/91480826 Portions of this footage appear in the following short movies: Launch: All Systems Go - http://vimeo.com/profitic/launch-asg-30 Launch: Maximum Thrust - http://vimeo.com/profitic/launch-maxt-ca Launch [Trailer] - http://vimeo.com/profitic/launch-trailer Produced and edited by Ivan Myles. Footage provided by NASA courtesy of SpaceFlightNowPlus.com: STS-132 Launch Replays: Playalinda Beach - http://www.spaceflightnowplus.com/hd/sts132/ (requires membership) STS-132 Launch as seen live - http://www.spaceflightnowplus.com/hd/sts132/ (requires membership) - https://archive.org/details/NASAKennedy-R5HMefvGXG0 (truncated) Distribution or presentation in whole or in part must be accompanied by all credits and notices, and must comply with guidelines for use of NASA imagery. MAY NOT BE USED FOR COMMERCIAL PURPOSES OR FUND RAISING, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO GENERATION OF ADVERTISING REVENUE. MAY NOT BE ACCOMPANIED BY ADVERTISING OR PROMOTIONAL COMMUNICATIONS. Persons depicted or speaking in this work appear for illustrative purposes only. No endorsement of any commercial product, process, or service is stated or implied. Presented without warranty, guarantee, or any representation regarding accuracy, performance, reliability, security, currentness, or otherwise. The producer, Profitic, content providers, and their members, officers, employees, agents, and/or suppliers shall not be liable to any person or entity for any damages, costs, or proceeding arising out of use of this work or otherwise.

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    • STS-132 from Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex


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      May 14, 2010. Penultimate flight of Atlantis.

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      • Space Shuttle Atlantis STS-132


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        STS-132 (ISS assembly flight ULF4) was a NASA Space Shuttle mission, during which Space Shuttle Atlantis docked with the International Space Station on 16 May 2010. STS-132 was launched from the Kennedy Space Center on 14 May 2010. The primary payload was the Russian Rassvet Mini-Research Module, along with an Integrated Cargo Carrier-Vertical Light Deployable (ICC-VLD). Atlantis landed at the Kennedy Space Center on 26 May 2010. STS-132 was initially scheduled to be the final flight of Atlantis, provided that the STS-335/STS-135 Launch On Need rescue mission was not flown. However, in February 2011, NASA declared that the final mission of Atlantis and of the Space Shuttle program, STS-135, would be flown regardless of the funding situation.

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        • STS-132 launch viewed from the KSC Press Site


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          Yes, I was purposely not concentrating on the video camera and the tripod really could have used some WD-40, but this is the launch of STS-132 viewed (unzoomed) from the Press Site at 1420 EDT 14 May 2010.

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          • Florida 2010


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            Video van onze roadtrip door Florida vorig jaar. Fort Myers Beach, lancering van Space Shuttle Atlantis, pretparken in Orlando, romantiek in St. Augustine, Kennedy Space Center, Miami, Shark Valley in de Everglades, The Keys, dolfijnen zoeken ... Music by Mogwai — Local Authority Corbin Blue — Celebrate You John Debney and Steve Skorija — On This Magic Night (theme for SpectroMagic) Universal Studios Theme

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            • UFOs in formation NASA STS-132 May-2010


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              Follow our work on Facebook ( http://www.facebook.com/LatestUFOSightings ) or on Twitter ( http://twitter.com/LatestUFOs ) Read more: http://www.latest-ufo-sightings.net/2010/05/jaime-maussan-talks-about-latest-nasas.html ----------------------------------- http://www.latest-ufo-sightings.net/ http://justa4t-novice.blogspot.com/ http://justa4t.ueuo.com/ http://nasveti-triki.blogspot.com/

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              • STS-132 Shuttle Atlantis launch


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                This is the STS-132 Space Shuttle Atlantis launch, May 14, 2010. It was filmed on a GoPro HD Hero camera from the NASA Causeway. This video is unique for the point of view. It is what a person would see at the Causeway, with the complete launch from T-10s to SRB separation in a single wide-angle point of view. The audio is a mix of the original audio, the NASA Public Affairs Officer (George Diller) and audio from another Atlantis launch for the SRB "crackle". My originally recorded audio was not useful, as it picked up the person next to the camera yelling. The low angle is because it was resting on a book at the front of the crowd - I was using my only tripod for my DSLR w/400mm lens.

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                • STS-132 Atlantis Launch Photos HD


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                  HD video of my STS-132 launch photos.

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                  • Space Shuttle Atlantis Launch STS-132


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                    The final flight of Atlantis from 3 miles away at the VIP viewing site.

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                    • STS-132 Atlantis Focus Video


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