Wednesday, March 28, 2012

HD video of shuttle solid rocket booster: from launch to splashdown

See those numbers flying past in the upper right hand corner? 
That's the Shuttle's airspeed.

See that gleam of light against the inky backdrop of space at 2:08 and 3:11? 
That's the Shuttle continuing on its flight path into low Earth orbit.
Hear the eerie rattling, haunting moans, and weird dinosaur noises? 
That's what it sounds like to be a Solid Rocket Booster, falling to Earth from an altitude of 150,000 feet. 



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