Falcon Heavy Launch and Landing Shuttle Atlantis STS-132 - Amazing 2 days ago   10:21

Reds Rhetoric
Finally, I got an uninterrupted shot from Launch to Landing of a Falcon Rocket! All footage was tracked by hand.

Cameras: Nikon P1000 & P900
Filmed by: Reds Rhetoric
Date: 4/11/2019
Music Used: Savfk - The Path

Note: Astronomy Live was also filming with his telescope next to me. His telescope is what is making that high tone in the video. To see his footage, click here- https://ai-tube.com/videoai/pRMMxRKNQ6D

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That is just beyond incredible! WOW!!!
Marco Antonio
Emocionante 😌
david shaffer
Scott Purdy
Elon is the most important MAN ALIVE
Ramesh Silva
This can be the future way of Air traveling ! No runway ! VTOL ! Space X say they can go around the world in 30 Mnts. So, may be 15 mnts you land half around the world ! voila !!
great camera work, well done. Bet that wasn't easy
вот так инженеры!
Matt Windisch
Felipe N Silva
2:34 tem br em tudo que é canto 🇧🇷🇧🇷
Gabriel repetto
Lmfao!!! The most funniest ever I can always count on you ass clowns for a great laugh thanks oldballs out.
Angel Roman
Awesome video man. Where was this film? Let me know. Thanks.
Это красиво, но повторное использование летающих топливных баков сомнительно и экономически не целесообразно
Don Anator
Like OMG who cares don’t they know that Kim Kardashian might be pregnant again. Like what a waste of my Internet time. This is like Donald Trump KKK stuff with all that Yahoo in the back ground.
Kara Me
That is seriously cool 😎
blue fox
Line of Sight
Holograms like planes on 9/11, sound effects, etc...
Aaron Binkley
Thats the most bad ass thing yet
Alex Kairis
Christ, man, what lens did you use?
Beautiful. Thanks Red, et al.
Michael VIENS
??????????????????????? Thanks for another hole in our O-Zone
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Shuttle Atlantis STS-132 - Amazing Falcon Heavy Launch and Landing 2 days ago   21:59

Kennedy Space Center, May 14th 2010.
I was privileged to travel to the Kennedy Space Center, to watch the launch of Atlantis, on what was then, the final "scheduled" flight of the orbiter (STS-132). This video is my homage to the shuttle program, through the in depth experience of a single orbiter launch. I believe we should be thankful for the Atlantis orbiter, all her astronauts, the countless NASA staff who made her fly, and the American people who created a space vehicle of extraordinary power and grace.

This footage incorporates numerous camera views from the ground, footage I took during launch, and video and audio from NASA showing the orbiter stack itself, during takeoff and flight -- in order to experiencing the all the preparation and the resulting eight and a half minute exhilarating ride into space.

In places, the timeline of the actual events has been extended slightly to allow us to see different viewpoints of the same moment, and better experience the amazing feat of launching a spacecraft into orbit.

Enjoy the ride!


After this flight, Atlantis was processed and prepared to fly one last time... this time as "on call" STS-335, which would remain flight ready, should either of the remaining two orbiters flights require a rescue mission.

A rescue flight was not needed and Congress, in a rare moment of clarity, appropriated enough money to extend the program to allowed the already "flight ready" Atlantis to launch one last time and to become the last shuttle mission of the Shuttle Program, as STS-135.

Atlantis now has a home at the Kennedy Space Center.

MUSIC TRACKS (In order of appearance)
1) Band Of Brothers Suite Two, Band Of Brothers, (Michael Kamen)
2) Rise, The Space Between Us, (Craig Armstrong)
3) After The Storm, The Space Between Us, (Craig Armstrong)
4) After Antietam, Glory Soundtrack, (James Horner)
5) Now We Are Free (Juba's Mix), Gladiator: More Music From The 6) Motion Picture, (Hanz Zimmer and Lisa Gerrard)
7) Hymn, The Space Between Us, (Craig Armstrong)