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The Space Shuttle Atlantis: The Last Roll-Out

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Photographer Scott Andrews, his son New York Times photographer Philip Andrews, and Apple software engineer Stan Jirman animated photographs that they made during the space shuttle Atlantis ’ last roll-out, (ie. the process of getting a shuttle ready for its last launch).

They’ve also done this before for Discovery’s next-to-last flight in 2010. You can read more about that video on AirSpaceMag.com.

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