STS-134 = Launch/First 26 seconds = Monday, May 16, 2011
May 16, 2011 by petecrow
NASA’s stunning photographs of the launch of STS-134 are HERE.
Pictures here are from 2 seconds after ignition through disappearance of the Shuttle Endeavour into clouds at 5,000 feet at about 8:57 EDT, Monday, May 16, 2011 at Kennedy Space Center, Florida. The launch is from the only remaining operational shuttle launch pad, Pad 39-A.
2 Seconds into Launch
4 Seconds into Launch
10 Seconds into Launch
15 Seconds into Launch
22 Seconds into Launch
Gone! -- 26 Seconds into Launch. This was one of the quickest disappearance of the shuttle into clouds in the history of the program, a NASA spokesman said at a press conference later in the morning.
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