STS-134 Endeavour Screen shots of lift off

If you would like to see all the screen shots I got, click Here

Also, this mission concerns this post

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  1. thanks for sharing Trevor! i used to catch shuttle launches, every time.

    i heard a rumour this was Endeavour’s last launch…

    • Yes, this was Endeavours final flight launch, that’s why I took these screen shots, they are my reminder of a piece of history.

  2. Raven

     /  May 19, 2011

    Wasn’t that a magnificent launch…sad to see it end. Still there is the promise of…”one door closes another opens”. The future is wide open wouldn’t you say?
    Thanks for sharing.
    smiles,
    Ravenxox

    • I imagine it’s simply the cost or replacing these now aging beauties but I’m sure something else will come along to gain our interest. They have to keep getting to this space station afterall!
      Thanks for commenting Raven
      Take Care xx

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