Friday, September 19, 2008

Space Shuttle Atlantis and Endeavour at the pads


7 comments:

Thordr said...

that is just so made of cool!

Anonymous said...

These pictures are absolutely incredible! Thanks a lot for uploading them :)

rocketdrone said...

Awesome shots just wished they would have been out there during the summer when I was there.

Brandon H.

Chris said...

Where were you when you took the top image? (The one with the rainbow). That's just stunning.

Jim said...

Incredibly beautiful photographs! Save this view - in about 12 years (hopefully!), we'll see the Ares V and Ares I rockets poised on those pads for a trip to the Moon. Maybe you'll be on one of those flights!

Jim.

vdiv said...

Very peculiar... I thought 39B was already closed for modifications to accept Ares...

Damaris B. Sarria said...

Endeavour is at 39B until Atlantis is cleared for reentry from STS-125. Then, it will move over to 39A for launch on Nov. 16th. It's not that NASA wouldn't want to launch from 39B, but they'd like to stay on schedule with the modifications for Constellation.