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Rooftop view of landing
Running Time: 2 min 2 sec
File Size: 59.5 MB
A camera atop the Vehicle Assembly Building captures Discovery's touchdown at the Shuttle Landing Facility runway.
East-side tower view
Running Time: 1 min 36 sec
File Size: 58.8 MB
Discovery's homecoming as seen from the tower camera located on the eastern side on the runway.
Running Time: 1 min 35 sec
File Size: 46.7 MB
Discovery touches down after travelling 5.7 million miles during its two week mission to the International Space Station.
Running Time: 45 sec
File Size: 22.46 MB
A high definition camera on the west side of the runway captures space shuttle Discovery's picture perfect touchdown.
Running Time: 3 min 7 sec
File Size: 92.1 MB
The crew of space shuttle Discovery arrive at the Kennedy Space Center in preparation for their launch on mission STS-124.
Running Time: 2 min 43 sec
File Size: 80.3 MB
The gantry-like Rotating Service Structure at launch pad 39A is rolled back from Discovery on the eve of its launch.
Running Time: 42 sec
File Size: 20.8 MB
The STS-124 crew leave their quarters at the Operations and Checkout Building at the Kennedy Space Center bound for the space shuttle Discovery at launch pad 39A.
Running Time: 2 min 59 sec
File Size: 87.5 MB
Discovery lifts off carrying the Japanese Kibo laboratory module to the International Space Station (as seen live on NASA Television).
Main engine ignition
Running Time: 25 sec
File Size: 12.7 MB
Discovery's three main engines roar into life seconds before the space shuttle lifted off on its mission to the International Space Station.
Launch pad camera
Running Time: 23 sec
File Size: 11.6 MB
A high definition camera at launch pad 39A captures the ignition of Discovery's main engines and liftoff.
Camera tracks Discovery's climb
Running Time: 59 sec
File Size: 29 MB
A camera at the perimeter of launch pad 39A tracks Discovery's lift off as it soars skyward.
View from the roof of the Vehicle Assembly Building
Running Time: 2 min 8 sec
File Size: 62.2 MB
Discovery's launch as seen from a high definition camera atop the 52-story Vehicle Assembly Building located three-and-a-half miles away.
Front view of Discovery's liftoff
Running Time: 1 min 39 sec
File Size: 60 MB
Beautiful footage of space shuttle Discovery's climb away into the sky is captured from this camera positioned in front of launch pad 39A.
Launch as seen from the Press Site
Running Time: 45 sec
File Size: 22.3 MB
With the famous press site countdown clock in the foreground, Discovery lifts off, bound for the space station. Unfortunately for observers at the press site, a cloud obscured the view after about 35 seconds.
Shuttle runway camera tracks launch
Running Time: 36 sec
File Size: 17.9 MB
A camera atop a tower at the shuttle's landing strip captures Discovery's blast off from launch pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center.
Running Time: 2 min 32 sec
File Size: 74 MB
The south beach high definition tracking camera follows Discovery from liftoff to solid rocket booster separation.
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