Space Shuttle Endeavour's last flight

To a musuem in Los Angeles

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+54 1. maximilian commented 10 years ago

Darth Vader is holding the camera!
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-19 2. kazannova commented 10 years ago

dark vader !!
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+31 3. MajorIdea commented 10 years ago

I wonder how much they charged for that "extra luggage". :D
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+15 4. sartre commented 10 years ago

That's an amazing sight, and one we won't see again for a long time. This stuff costs a fraction of the cost of the banking bailouts and the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan: shame the budget doesn't stretch to pursue positive, long-term objectives like our future in space.
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+6 5. kekke2000 commented 10 years ago

9 months later there was a baby space shuttle people carrier.
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+5 6. kissmybackbone commented 10 years ago

turning the last page on a 30 year history book.

next, an elevator to space made out of nanotubes...
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+5 7. DarkPegasus commented 10 years ago

Whenever I see a shuttle mounted on this 747, this comes to mind:
http://talkingincircles.net/2009/06/18/nasa-has-a-sense-of-humor/
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+2 8. fixento2 commented 10 years ago

We are fourteen trillion in debt, our soldiers are being killed or maimed in the middle east for oil, 1 out 5 children in this country go hungry, spending the most per student but don't need to tell where our students rate against other countries, the real unemployment is approaching 20 percent, only 49 million of us are working and paying taxes supporting all those who won't work or who are paid directly or indirectly by a government funding that including the taxes they pay, two worthless parties that allowed the office of the presidency the powers of a monarch and Americans pretending we are the greatest country in the world because they won't face reality that we are going broke. You're correct, NASA is cheap considering and that's a good thing since there is no bang for the buck so we should at least be entertained.
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+2 9. darkmas commented 10 years ago

@8 weirdly you'd 'pretend, instead of 'claimin, yet that's history made for the World, good or bad, those are nowadays relics.
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+7 10. ImprsdBySmartVid commented 10 years ago

Images of the fantastic cockpits inside the shuttles:
http://www.gentside.com/navette-spatiale/bienvenue-a-bord-d-une-navette-spatiale-ben-cooper_pic105755.html

I hope americans will sort out their financial crisis and go back to the space, like they did for the Moon.
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+4 11. sartre commented 10 years ago

Thanks for the link #10, operating one of those things definitely IS rocket science!
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+3 12. Randyio commented 10 years ago

#10 Shit thats alot of buttons!

I already got confused when I had to use my entire keyboard for an Apache Longbow game back in the day.

ps: sorry for my dyslexic fingers, its ofcourse "museum" in the subtitle.
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+2 13. fixento2 commented 10 years ago

#9 I don't have to pretend, I'm from the same generation that put men on the moon, which efforts resulted in developing a huge amount of new technology. I have no problem with the "relic" that was ten times more expensive to put into space than using rockets or a space station estimated at 40 billion and built for 120 billion. NASA has been using Soviet rockets to get to the space station. NASA also talks about manned space flights to mars but couldn't put a man on the moon like they did 43 years ago in 1969 if they tried.
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+2 14. UpLateAgain commented 10 years ago

Thank God NASA has now been directed to educate Muslims around the world about their great contributions to things like this... rather than just building things like the Space Shuttle without giving them their proper attribution!