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First of four launches lifts off

Jul 14

SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket took to the skies with six ORBCOMM satellites July 14. It is the first of what could be as many as four launches in less than four weeks from the Cape, a rate not seen in a very long time.

Next up: Delta 4 the evening of July 28!

Come see a launch
Recently posted photo events:

Jun 7: ISS over windmill

May 16: Delta 4
GPS 2F-6 at sunset!

LADEE launch over the Empire State Building                Total Solar Eclipse from 44,000 feet          
Photo Archive: Missions & Retirement
I photographed the space shuttle program from 1999-2011, covering around 30 missions.

STS-135       STS-134       STS-133       STS-132       STS-131       STS-130       STS-129       STS-128       STS-127       STS-125       STS-119

STS-126       STS-124       STS-123       STS-122       STS-120       STS-118       STS-117       STS-116       STS-115       STS-121       STS-114

STS-107       STS-109       STS-100       More shuttle photos
Flight Decks

See the inside of the space shuttle. Purchase a print of the lighted flight deck just like it was during a mission.

Endeavour (above)


ATLANTIS: The museum

June 20

LIKE NO OTHER aerospace display on the planet, visitors can now see Space Shuttle Atlantis up close, appearing to fly through space in all its glory at the KSC Visitor Complex.

Last Flights

February-July 2011

Photography of the final shuttle missions, STS-133 Discovery (above), STS-134 Endeavour & STS-135 Atlantis (top) are available from preparations all the way through launch to landing.




More spectacular photos can be found in the mission archive above, dating back over the final 12 years of the space shuttle program.

April-November 2012

Each of the three Space Shuttles, Discovery (top), Endeavour and Atlantis were retired in 2012. Discovery is now on display at the Smithsonian outside Washington, Endeavour at the California Science Center in Los Angeles, and Atlantis right here at Kennedy Space Center.

Extensive photo galleries cover the process of retiring and getting the shuttles to their new homes.



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