Booster Cam Video of the Last Space Shuttle Launch

Here's a beautiful video of the Space Shuttle Atlantis launch taken by two separate cameras installed on the rocket boosters. You can follow the Shuttle on its way up and watch the rocket boosters fall back down until they splash land in the Atlantic Ocean. [NASA Television via PopSci]


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I understand that a pilot in an F/A-18 or F/15 can pull greater G's for shorter amounts of time, but I would have to imagine that launching in a shuttle is a hell of a lot of fun... oh and scary as you hope the bomb you're riding in doesn't blow up. I wish I could designate where my tax dollars go, I would give it all to Nasa. :)