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Discovery launch from tower camera

Discovery launch from tower camera

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Discovery launch from tower camera
Space shuttle Discovery lifts off at the start of its STS-124 mission on 31 May 2008. This still image comes from a NASA video camera mounted on the fixed service structure to watch for ice and/or foam falling during the initial moments of ascent. The video is available here.

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