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Farewell Flight of Endeavour ~ STS-134

Farewell Flight of Endeavour ~ STS-134
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Explore! ~ May 18, 2011 ~ #19
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Endeavour ~ STS-134 ~ Launch Sequence ~ 28

(Shots from Banana River VIP Shuttle Launch Viewing Area - 3 miles from the launch pad!)


WE MADE IT!! WE caught it! We shot it!! Shuttle launch - STS-134 ~ Endeavour’s farewell flight - it was amazing! Beautiful! Breathe taking! Something so magical and majestic!! Something Ken & I have both dreamed of seeing, something we have struggled for, hoped for! Lucky to have been there! Anxious! Exciting, nerve-wracking! And then suddenly- GONE through the clouds after that magnificent roll she does so well! No do-overs! One shuttle mission left to fly- Atlantis STS-135, then no more. A bitter-sweet event . . .

What can I say about NASA and the US Space Program? Have you ever used a cell phone, a computer? Checked weather? Had an x-ray? Used anything plastic? And on and on- yes, trying hard not to do the “Kim lecture” thing, but SO many advancements in science, technology, and medicine ARE spinoffs of the space program and so few people seem to know! These developments and contributions benefit not only the U.S. of A. but the WORLD!!

Since 1976, about 1,400 documented NASA inventions have benefited U.S. industry, improved the quality of life and created jobs for not just Americans, but around the world as well. From the early days of space exploration, these developments have helped change the way of life, especially in health care.

Dialysis A NASA developed chemical process was responsible for the development of kidney dialysis machines.

CAT Scan/MRI The need to find imperfections in aerospace structures and components, such as castings, rocket motors and nozzles led to the development of a medical CAT scanner which searches the human body for tumors or other abnormalities. Digital signal-processing techniques, originally developed to enhance pictures of the Moon for the Apollo Program, are an indispensable part of Computer-Aided Tomography (CAT) scan & Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) technologies used today worldwide.

Physical Therapy Astronaut health has always been a concern. Weightless conditions could cause physical deterioration, so a cardiovascular conditioner was developed for astronauts in space. This led to the development of a physical therapy and athletic development machine used by football teams, sports clinics and medical rehabilitation centers.

SystemTV Satellite Dishes NASA developed ways to correct errors in the signals coming from the spacecraft. This technology is used to reduce noise (that is, messed up picture or sound) in TV signals coming from satellites. NASA has put many many satellites in orbit that provide weather images, report changing environments on our planet, military intel as well as everyday TV signals.

SystemMedical Imaging NASA developed ways to process signals from spacecraft to produce clearer images. (See more on digital information and how spacecraft send images from space.) This technology also makes possible these photo-like images of our insides.

Bar Coding Originally developed to help NASA keep track of millions of spacecraft parts, bar-coding is now used by almost everybody who sells things to keep track of how much of what is sold and how much of what is left.

Vision Screening System Uses techniques developed for processing space pictures to examine eyes of children and find out quickly if they have any vision problems. The child doesn't have to say a word!

Ear Thermometer Instead of measuring temperature using a column of mercury (which expands as it heats up), this thermometer has a lens like a camera and detects infrared energy, which we feel as heat. The warmer something is (like your body), the more infrared energy it puts out. This technology was originally developed to detect the birth of stars.

Fire Fighter Equipment Fire fighters wear suits made of fire resistant fabric developed for use in space suits.

Sun Tiger Glasses From research done on materials to protect the eyes of welders working on spacecraft, protective lenses were developed that block almost all the wavelengths of radiation that might harm the eyes, while letting through all the useful wavelengths that let us see.

Automobile Design Tools A computer program developed by NASA to analyze a spacecraft or airplane design and predict how parts will perform is now used to help design automobiles. This kind of software can save money by letting car makers see how well a design will work even before they build a prototype.

Cordless Tools Portable, self-contained power tools were originally developed to help Apollo astronauts drill for moon samples. This technology has lead to development of such tools as the cordless vacuum cleaner, power drill, shrub trimmers, and grass shears.

Aerodynamic Bicycle Wheel A special bike wheel uses NASA research in airfoils (wings) and design software developed for the space program. The three spokes on the wheel act like wings, making the bicycle very efficient for racing.

Thermal Gloves and Boots These gloves and boots have heating elements that run on rechargeable batteries worn on the inside wrist of the gloves or embedded in the sole of the ski boot. This technology was adapted from a spacesuit design for the Apollo astronauts.

Shock Absorbing Helmets These special football helmets use a padding of Temper Foam, a shock absorbing material first developed for use in aircraft seats. These helmets have three times the shock absorbing ability of previous types.

Ski Boots These ski boots use accordion-like folds, similar to the design of space suits, to allow the boot to flex without distortion, yet still give support and control for precision skiing.

Failsafe Flashlight This flashlight uses NASA's concept of system redundancy, which is always having a backup for the parts of the spacecraft with the most important jobs. This flashlight has an extra-bright primary bulb and an independent backup system that has its own separate lithium battery (also a NASA developed technology) and its own bulb.

Invisible Braces These teeth-straightening braces use brackets that are made of a nearly invisible translucent (almost see-through) ceramic material. This material is a spinoff of NASA's advanced ceramic research to develop new, tough materials for spacecraft and aircraft.

Edible Toothpaste This is a special foamless toothpaste developed for the astronauts to use in space (where spitting is not a very good idea!) Although this would be a great first toothpaste for small children, it is no longer available.

Joystick Controllers Joystick controllers are used for lots of things now, including computer games and vehicles for people with disabilities. These devices evolved from research to develop a controller for the Apollo Lunar Rover, and from other NASA research into how humans actually operate (called "human factors").


Food Services A hospital food service system employs a cook/chill concept for serving food. The system allows staff to prepare food well in advance, maintain heat, visual appeal and nutritional value while reducing operating costs. Freeze-dried food solved the problem of what to feed an astronaut on the long-duration Apollo missions. This technology is now in common use.

Shoe Design Athletic shoe design and manufacture also benefited from Apollo. Space suit technology is incorporated into a shoe's external shell. A stress free "blow molding" process adapted from NASA space suit design is also used in the shoe's manufacture.

Auto Industry Use Insulation barriers made of aluminum foil laid over a core of propylene or mylar, which protected astronauts and their spacecraft's delicate instruments from radiation, is used to protect cars and trucks and dampen engine and exhaust noise.

Water Purification Water purification technology used on the Apollo spacecraft is now employed in several spinoff applications to kill bacteria, viruses and algae in community water supply systems and cooling towers. Filters mounted on faucets can reduce lead in water supplies.

Coating for Metal Surfaces Process for bonding dry lubricant to space metals led to the development of surface enhancement coatings, which are used in applications from pizza making to laser manufacture. Each coating is designed to protect specific metal group or group of metals to solve problems encountered under operating conditions. Vacuum metallizing techniques led to an extensive line of commercial products, from insulated outer garments to packaging for foods & from reflective blankets to photographic reflectors.

Cordless Tools Cordless power tools & appliances are one of the most successful commercial spin-offs of space-based technology.

Thermal Technology Cool suits, which kept Apollo astronauts comfortable during moon walks, are today worn by race car drivers, hazardous area workers, & people with specific health problems.

Hazardous Gas Detection A hollow retroreflector, a mirror-like instrument that reflects light & other radiation back to the source, is used as a sensor to detect the presence of hazardous gases in oil development, chemical plants, waste storage sites & locations where gases could be released into the environment.

Need another reason for how important our space program has been and where my passion lies??! Didn't think so! :)
Date: 2011-05-18 14:09:06



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Comments

Oh, this one is just perfect" Look at those clouds. Perfect time and weather for a dramatic shot. Congrats on making the launch!
Aprilwitch2000 - to and fro 2011-05-18 14:35:27
Faved so i have the shot of the last voyage readily available - and it´s beutiful too!
Aprilwitch2000 - to and fro 2011-05-18 14:38:10
what a spectacular series!
toleman.hart 2011-05-18 14:43:04
So well done! it must be great to be able to take this picture. Congratulations!
A big hug.
Cecilia Condal ( Busy - Ocupada) 2011-05-18 15:00:12
Great shot!
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RainerSchuetz 2011-05-18 15:32:54
Just great !!!!!

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zeze57 2011-05-18 16:10:27
Amazing capture! That's awesome!
Alex Ragnar Photography 2011-05-18 16:38:40
Bravo, what a magnificent sight
early hose 2011-05-18 16:46:25
This is so cool....and what wonderful series and so glad you were there to catch it. Yes bitter sweet I'm sure for you guys. Perhaps some of the money that will not be spent on these missions will be put to better use
Sue
Sue90ca Where Did Summer Go? Was It Here? 2011-05-18 17:23:14
Brilliant capture kim . Nicely done, a super shot
Fuchsiaristic Polly & Alan 2011-05-18 17:34:12
So glad you made it Kim - I'm so jealous of you & Ken but so pleased for you both.

Great photo
royksuk 2011-05-18 17:35:25
Dramatic!
davidwilliamreed 2011-05-18 17:52:54
Blast off!! Nice job...
CAT Productions 2011-05-18 17:53:33
Awsome, Kim! Fantastic image! A once in a lifetime photo!
We saw it from Orlando. I knew you were there. Well done.
Welcome home. Regards
PelicanPete 2011-05-18 18:49:57
Awesome! I saw this many years ago. I will never forget that day.
gatorinsc 2011-05-18 18:53:37
CONGRATULATIONS, KIM!!! So glad you finally got to see the bird go, and a very historic (and, as you say, bittersweet) flight at that!!
don greenhaw 2011-05-18 18:54:43
Wow, you are so fortunate! What a set of photos! You'll have to frame these!!!
Kookoo sabzi 2011-05-18 19:28:44
This is awesome! You got a great shot.
Brad Lackey 2011-05-18 19:32:49
Fantastic, Kim! What a treat it must have been just to be there.
Ben_D 2011-05-18 19:49:31
kim you captured it really perfectly. it's such an enchanting shot. a fitting farewell to the space program. :D
aimacarmela 2011-05-18 19:50:27
Pretty awesome experience... great capture Kim...I can feel the power in your pics
steeladw 2011-05-18 19:55:03
Wow! What a great image! Love all that smoke and the brilliant flame!
SepiaBillo 2011-05-18 20:23:48
Absolutely stunning! A true capture of history!
norvic-boy 2011-05-18 20:40:51
How wonderful that you were able to experience this Kim! Great series :-)
Carrie McGann 2011-05-18 20:42:33
OMG Kim
thank you for sending to me, I was THRILLLLLLLLED beyond words, and you know it takes MUCH to thrill me these days
OH HOW BRILLIANT this series is!~!!!!!!!! HOORAH
xo
kelly dilello 2011-05-18 21:03:02
Just absolutely brilliant Kim! Such a happy moment for you to share with everyone and truly an amazing sight to see!!
redrocker_9 2011-05-18 21:13:16
paspog 2011-05-18 21:19:29
was this from causeway?
David Selby 2011-05-18 21:25:08
Excellent capture!!!!
Preston L Johnson 2011-05-18 21:30:21
Thank you all so much! It was just awesome and amazing!! NO better way to spend a tiny amount of money to insure man's quality of life on this planet as well as insuring we will survive in the universe! Many MANY benefits developed along the way! More money is spent every year on illegal drugs and alcohol than the American Space Program! :) Okay- off my soapbox? I'll try, but no promises! :)
BKHagar *Kim* 2011-05-18 21:30:49
An amazing series, superbly done! What a thrilling experience!
{anne... with an e} 2011-05-18 22:26:20
[http://www.flickr.com/photos/learnslr] Ken & I were fortunate enough to be at the VIP Shuttle Launch viewing area across Banana River- 3 miles across the water from the launch pad!!
BKHagar *Kim* 2011-05-18 23:02:07
Stunning Kim! I think I'm a bit jealous..... :)
PeteZab 2011-05-18 23:22:40
What a stunning serie Kim. A great moment...and a sad one too. The end of a great aera. You are a lucky one, to see this moment of history live. I think , this is one from this moments you never will forget.
Thanks for sharing my dear friend .
The sixt day 2011-05-18 23:23:14
Oh, wow - so glad you got to see it! Simply amazing. And, your shot is just spectacular! What a once in a lifetime experience! Love your report, also - don't forget the TANG!! :)
bwcImages 2011-05-19 00:11:39
Exceptional shot and article. Thank you.
NikonD7100 L4 L5 S1 Surgery 24Jul2018 2011-05-19 00:36:28
Love the smoke and fire! Killer shot Kim!
JoeMorrisAL 2011-05-19 00:45:06
WOW, awesome shot and what great information. Have a good day and keep smiling.
archer10 (Dennis) 146M Views 2011-05-19 00:45:51
Pretty awesome shot-beyond awesome actually! Look at all those clouds of exhaust. Really glad you got to see it! Did one of you take video while the other shot stills? :)
secret box 2011-05-19 01:44:18
Thank you ALL so much! As you can probably tell, I am STILL really jazzed about the experience! Once in a lifetime!! Wish we'd had some way to take video, jax! Ken & I were both running cameras on tripods with remotes and he had a second camera he shot with a bit free-hand. I think I was too excited and nervous to think past watching! Once I got set up, I just held the remote release down and let it go!! :)

You guys ROCK~!!!!!!!!!
BKHagar *Kim* 2011-05-19 01:51:04
Impressive shot!
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loitz79 2011-05-19 02:04:20
Fantastic !
Please join us!

TODO NIKON
janutek 2011-05-19 02:16:01
thanks 4 the add


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janutek 2011-05-19 02:26:44
Thank you all!

[http://www.flickr.com/photos/janutek] Thank you for the invitation!
BKHagar *Kim* 2011-05-19 02:32:14
A beautiful sequence of images, and thank you for publishing the truth about how we've all benefited from the space program! Bravo!

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Trojan Robert™ [inactive] 2011-05-19 03:37:07
wow, that must have been an awesome sight Kim...superb capture.
hellotim80 2011-05-19 03:50:46
BTW what a great list of inventions
hellotim80 2011-05-19 03:51:18
wow wow Kim! Been out of the loop awhile (grduation season) -- but what a nice surprise to see. Great shot. Instant fav.
RPhotos2008 2011-05-19 04:13:47
wow ! how absolutely fantastic Kim you are so lucky will i ever get to see one after so many attempts? only one chance left now for me :-(
Robin
Ironmonger 2011-05-19 04:16:48
Glad you made it, great shot.
Jens Lambert Photography 2011-05-19 04:37:58
Nice shot Kim! Wish I could have been there to see it with my own eyes.
Nwbama 2011-05-19 04:45:29
Very cool.
Wonderful image.
Can you send me one of your shot for me to play with it in photoshop?
Wow...
max tuta noronha 2011-05-19 04:55:35
SOOOOO Awesome!! I'm so happy that you guys got to see the launch, and what an amazing image you captured! Love, love, love it!
remy fauxtog 2011-05-19 05:10:16
Thank you THANK YOU Thank You ALL! I am still wired about it and it makes it ALL the better to share! Thank you for your excitement that adds to mine!

Wish we could ALL find a way to see the last ever Shuttle launch that will be coming up- Atlantis!

HUGS TO ALL!
BKHagar *Kim* 2011-05-19 05:18:34
such an amazing photo ... I love the lighting


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helpful drop 2011-05-19 07:29:49
Superb, Kim! I've had the pleasure of seeing a launch before and it was one of the most magical times in my childhood. NASA has provided so many wonderful things, thank you for sharing for the world to see!
regular scarecrow 2011-05-19 09:03:22
Stunning, Beautiful, and Fantastic Great Subject, Great Shot, Great Series! GREAT JOB!
kfhagar 2011-05-19 10:27:34
Wow, that is an awesome shot!
dreamscapepics 2011-05-19 10:30:32
I am such a space nerd and so jealous that you got to go!!!!! What a gorgeous shot....I cannot believe the detail you captured! An amazing experience, I'm sure, and I'm so glad you shared it with us!
Bhamgal 2011-05-19 11:06:45
Great shot Kim !!!!

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federico.paul 2011-05-19 11:17:15
Absolutely amazing :) Congrats on explore. :)
efficacious bicycle 2011-05-19 13:09:59
WOW . . .

Its so much pretty very well done and have a great day ahead ~

Thanks!!!
✿ Dreaming ... ✿ 2011-05-19 13:57:27
Congrats on EXPLORE....Click H E R E if you have time to look at a sunset.
tangy loaf 2011-05-19 14:04:29
this is 1 of the finest photo .......:)
confussionajay 2011-05-19 14:48:45
Thanks so much for sending the invite Kim, been too busy for Flickr but glad you shared this one, fantastic image and would have loved to have been there. {{Hugs}}
early hose 2011-05-19 14:53:06
Very nice....Awesome work.....

Congratz for "EXPLORED"


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Z A Y A N 2011-05-19 15:17:25
Fantastic Shot!
guidi2 2011-05-19 15:37:23
Cool shot.....glad all went well with the lift off!!!
aboard jump 2011-05-19 16:11:51
Awesome!!!
tewhiufoto 2011-05-19 16:35:47
awesome shot!
Brent Howe 2011-05-19 17:02:21
amazing cool shot ........!!
congrats ...............
suzan veldhoen..time out.......... 2011-05-19 17:23:10
Really great capture.
Jörgenshaus 2011-05-19 18:21:55
WOW!! Thank you ALL so much! Exciting to find EXPLORE! this morning!!! VERY thrilled!!
BKHagar *Kim* 2011-05-19 18:49:26
great photos, really like the sequences, like watching a video.. thanks for all the info
av8rtv tvphotog 2011-05-19 19:01:27
Congrats on the Explore. Super shot.
p.csizmadia 2011-05-19 19:24:57
Awesome capture.

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PeteƦ ToshiƦo™ 2011-05-19 19:32:06
Magical and awe inspiring! So very proud of both of you!!!!! Congratuations on EXPLORE!!! Well done!
BT3Lady 2011-05-19 19:44:32
Wow Kim... what a sight.. and farewell indeed... and Congrats on #19 Explore.. whow... you must be chuffed... hope you had a brill time. Gotta run... just wanted to say Congrats.
Yvonne (mostly off) 2011-05-19 19:47:31
really nice
selmanonder 2011-05-19 19:58:30
BRILLIANT kim!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
wolf shadow photography 2011-05-19 20:04:08
▶MacLeod◀ 2011-05-19 20:23:36
Excellent capture, seen on explore, congrats
Beth Walsh Photography 2011-05-19 20:27:31
Awesome capture!

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Scott Barlow 2011-05-19 20:33:17
Oh man! Fabulous set of shots. I'm happy for you that you got to be there and experience this. Thanks for educating me on so many things that developed out of the Space Program. Instant FAVE! Delina
Pixel Packing Mama ~ 27 Million Views 2011-05-19 21:17:08
确实很牛
v.b.cn 2011-05-19 21:43:41
Awesome!!!!

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blondeclick 2011-05-19 22:25:03
super serie!
holgeruweschmitt 2011-05-19 22:40:25
Of the year!! What the composition! great artwork from camera, I appreciate:)
Thank you to share and inspire me&friends...
Best regards,
Sunny
Soleil is me. 2011-05-19 22:47:15
Awesome capture!
Bearstone Photography 2011-05-19 22:55:30
Marvelous image and great composition.

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Thomas Tolkien 2011-05-19 22:56:05
What an amazing sight. You have captured it so well. Very interesting info as well.
EJ Images 2011-05-19 23:03:42
OH MY GOD, it must have been amazing to be there!
Awesome series of shots you took... I think this is my fave of them.
Brielo 2011-05-19 23:39:28
Cracking shot and interesting reading.
quick payment 2011-05-19 23:49:28
fantastic pic!

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_SG_ 2011-05-20 00:50:25
Amazing and Congratulations!
RLBrinkman 2011-05-20 00:53:51
Beautiful image!

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johanbe 2011-05-20 02:07:59
Fantastic photo !
Eduardo Amorim 2011-05-20 05:06:04
What an AWESOME capture Kim! So glad you and Ken made it. This is something you will always remember! Congrats on Explore!!
ღ KimberImages ღ 2011-05-20 05:08:58
Great Image!
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RPM-Photo 2011-05-20 09:41:16
Congrats on explore.... I don't completely understand how flickr works and how flickr is chosen but I do know what it means to be selected (especially this high in the 500)...

IT MEANS PEOPLE LOVE YOUR WORK - Keep it up!
Luke-rative 2011-05-20 11:41:13
Brilliant!
Katie-Rose 2011-05-20 13:46:25
Fantastic Kim.....glad that you were able to witness history....I would have commented sooner but i've been without internet access for a few days.
Shutterdancer 2011-05-20 17:40:09
Amazing! Congratulations for the explore.
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Rui Almeida Photography 2011-05-20 18:58:07
Spectacular!
bsouthj 2011-05-20 19:46:41
WOW! Great shots!!
Blair Osmer 2011-05-20 19:57:24
wowwwww !
kisses dear Kim
maiptitfleur 2011-05-20 21:49:36
Thank you ALL so very much! It is wonderful to be able to share this experience with you guys! There was such a pressure for me to "do it right!" I was terrified, and SO thankful I got some decent shots!!! :)
BKHagar *Kim* 2011-05-20 21:51:36
An amazing capture! Congrats!!
StephenReed 2011-05-21 00:39:15
Kim I think this is so interesting, lucky you that were there!

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Cecilia Condal ( Busy - Ocupada) 2011-05-21 02:15:48
Stunning shot.
David Turner LRPS 2011-05-21 02:37:57
MountainEagleCrafter 2011-05-21 02:51:57
Magnificent picture !!!


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Max Hendel 2011-05-21 07:33:21
Another wonderful shot -- and congratulations on making Explore!
Peter E. Lee 2011-05-21 10:39:50
fantastic shot.
Has such a feeling of power.
sedge808 2011-05-21 12:43:28
Well done on Explore!
quick payment 2011-05-21 22:19:43
Again beautiful. Congrats on Explore.
Dysartian 2011-05-21 23:25:18
Fantastic Capture. The lit up smoke clouds are amazing. congrats on capturing this awesome moment- and congrats on explore
radarbrat photography 2011-05-21 23:38:04
awesome!
c0gnate 2011-05-22 02:57:11
Wow a magnificent shot.........How lucky to see this....Historical photos!
Thank you for your kind words..
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Mocita Diane 2011-05-22 03:55:04
Wonderful shot Kim................congrats!
regular coil 2011-05-22 04:28:29
I never saw a launch in person only heard the re-intries over California when one would land at Edwards AFB must be a thrill to watch.
Beautiful image!
Thanks for the interesting list above.

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nedlugr 2011-05-23 05:13:16
Such a powerful shot.
Michael Gildersleeve Photography 2011-05-23 16:22:55
What a positively amazing launch and you've captured it so brilliantly in this series Kim!!! So happy you were able to be there and a big CONGRATS on EXPLORE also...so very well deserved dear girl!!!
( r i t a lilly ) 2011-05-26 11:45:28
Thank you each and every one!! It was just an emotional event that I am SO very happy to share!! :)
BKHagar *Kim* 2011-05-27 03:33:52
Absolutely stunning. Great and wonderful shot! Congrats Kim!
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better summer 2011-05-28 17:08:59
Impressive shot Kim, congrats on Explore :-)
WHO 2003 2011-05-31 20:28:09
Thank you all so very much! I am so thrilled to share this! Can't believe I didn't ruin every shot! ;)
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IRENE is GONE to IPERNITY 2011-07-12 06:44:51
WOW!!! So fantastic, Kim!!! Just breathtaking!!!
Brody J 2011-07-27 09:02:54
Awesome!
Brian 13 2011-08-14 01:54:58
iconic!
This is one of the best images ever!
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Jakob Arnholtz 2011-09-29 15:23:22
This is one of the best images ever!
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LordWalt Thanks for 6.1 million views 2011-09-29 21:21:10
Precious capture !
Thanks for the informations
Le Velo Indigo 2011-11-23 19:15:00
Phenomenal shot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Zoom Lens 2013-01-29 18:46:18
Amazing !!
vmgm0070 2014-08-19 09:48:51
A really brilliant capture.
alanpeacock2 2016-09-14 13:25:49
Great one to see!
radargeek 2017-10-05 06:22:51
Lucky you to not only see this, but to capture the moment so well.
Will E Clickit (no graphics in comments, please) 2017-10-14 15:12:30
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