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As the Shuttle Program nears its end..., ...lets look at something from the beginning.
gndonald
post Nov 14 2007, 02:27 PM
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I've been browsing the NTRS looking for pre-flight space shuttle artwork (Don't download anything from the JSC their scanner is blurry.) and I've found a few familiar friends there and one item that really stands out.

It's a picture of the Space Shuttle and the E.S.R.O. Spacelab... It's a picture that puts into full perspective just how long it took to get the shuttles flying and just how long they have been flying. (E.S.R.O became the ESA in 1974)
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