Plane Passenger Video’s Endeavour Rocketing Through The Skies.

A plane passenger manages to capture image and video of the space shuttle Endeavour on its way to the space station. What a sight that must have been for everyone on the plane, the Captain did make an announcement that the passengers may be able to see it. What a once in a lifetime sight, and I’m sure for all those passengers on that flight, it would have been something that will never be forgotten.
There is a story about this in the Herald Sun.

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8 Responses to Plane Passenger Video’s Endeavour Rocketing Through The Skies.

  1. chlost says:

    Here is her blog where she talks about how this happened. I think this is the link, but have had some problems with it this morning. http://www.notyourtypicalgirl.wordpress.com

    • magsx2 says:

      Hi chlost,
      Isn’t it the most amazing thing, I can only imagine the excitement on that plane when they saw it.
      Thank You for visiting and your link.

  2. travelrat says:

    Great piece of video … pity they couldn’t get closer, but it would be illegal and dangerous to do so.

    • magsx2 says:

      Hi travelrat,
      It was a very good video, and well caught, yes it would of been a very dangerous, but what a thrill it must of been.

  3. bronxboy55 says:

    I just returned from Florida, and while there had a conversation with someone about flying over the launch site. We assumed all commercial flights would either be delayed or diverted when there’s a shuttle launch. The photos and video are amazing, but it’s also a little unsettling to see how close these two aircraft were.

    • magsx2 says:

      Hi bronxboy55,
      That is exactly what you would assume, that planes would be nowhere new the shuttle lift off, and they do look close.

  4. dearrosie says:

    Wow what a thrilling experience to see something like that out the little airplane window!

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