Shuttle pix, never before seen

Rare view of the last flight of the Endeavor shuttle. I think, the best view as it provided by a public person. Or rather someone not affiliated with NASA, etc..
A great view IMO, WOW emerging from the clouds. -----Willy Cool

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Oh yeah, the pix
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Got to see one from a plane years ago

For some reason our plane was late leaving the gate to fly to Miami. There was no bad weather, no excessive air traffic, nothing. I had a left side window seat and we flew by the launch site just in time to see the shuttle punch through the cloud cover. What a site. I won't forget it. I think our pilot might have had something to do with the departure delay. Wink

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