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Space Shuttle Discovery climbing into the Florida dawn like a slow moving comet in the sky, passing through 7,000mph, in route to the International Space Station.

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doug marshburn
Bob , this is one great shot , congrats on your high views.
Great!!!!
jet4ang
Sweet!
Brent Allen
Wow! Brilliant shot! Love it!
John Giles
One of the nicest photos of a Shuttle launch!
lordfarringdon
A man-made comet!! An astronomical shot!!
Tom Thomas
AWESOME!
mexicanosfutbolos1
damn..
Isaac Vogelzang
Very, very cool
roll400ex
Was this the STS-131 launch?
rowdysign
Now that's acceleration defined!
usaf12367
Awsome
Ghalem Abdelhak
WAW I found a new desk screen
n612bz
Excellent photo.
Jim Costello
This is the dawning of the age of acquarius

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