We watched the final space shuttle mission during last week's live broadcast, and NASA finally released the 30 minute video of the Atlantis liftoff today, which is viewed from cameras mounted on the twin rocket boosters, as well as aboard the spacecraft. The images are pretty incredible — showing both the liftoff, the rocket booster's fall back to earth, and the orbit entry — and worth checking out if you have some spare time!
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