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Space Shuttle Endeavour

Space Shuttle Endeavour is ferried by NASA's Shuttle Carrier Aircraft over the Kennedy Space Center in the early morning hours of Sept. 19, 2012, as it departs for California. NASA pilots Jeff Moultrie and Bill Rieke are at the controls of the Shuttle Carrier Aircraft. Photo taken by NASA photographer Robert Markowitz in the backseat of a NASA T-38 chase plane with NASA pilot Greg C. Johnson at the controls. (Photo credit: NASA, Robert Markowitz)



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Date Taken:09.19.2012

Date Posted:01.17.2013 15:15

Photo ID:815751

VIRIN:130117-O-ZZ999-001

Resolution:4000x2670

Size:1.04 MB

Location:KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FL, US

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