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very beatuiful ! Thank sharing your pics. waitting for more. It is the pride of human.
Thanks Rod...Great Pictures...even though I've worked every manned launch since the first Apollo...and a bunch of other launches in-between...it is Great to see that someone is posting pictures in a gallery on the Web...so that the World can See more of what we do and sometimes take for granted as an everyday occurance...
Cowboy_32796 LCC/VAB Ops...
Another awesome gallery! GMV
since STS-1 i have seen at least twenty launches and from up close and afar and i will always excite me beyond word. great pics. thanks for helping to keep the dream alive!
Brilliant Photo`s and Galleries
absolutely beautiful pics, specifically of the delta 4 heavy, well done
P.S. luv the picz :-P
i seen the shuttle launches, they are awsome, i luv the shuttles they are r my fav. , but i also like the deltas...their sweet!!
Thanks for sharing an inside peek! Really wonderful shots!
Thank you for showing how this is done! Excellent Gallery!
Wow! What a collection! THANKS for showing the inside look at NASA and document these amazing feats.
Frank Kocsis Jr.
Better than watching birds at the Farm... Keep up the great shots!
Best wishes - Frank Kocsis
Amazing photos!! My Dad would have been proud, as he worked on the STS programs, TDRSS Team, 13 missions of the shuttle and the Saturn 5 rocket systems that went to the moon. These are to you Dad.
Awesome. Spent an hour with my 4 year-old in this album. The most sensational little collection of Space Shuttle pictures I have ever seen.
Thank you ,most impressive pictures, makes me proud to be an american all over again. It was a fantastic flight.
Fantastic stuff, as I mentioned on the guestbook. I shoot launches too, www.LaunchPhotography.com.
N. K. Grendahl
Awesome photo's! Thank you for sharing them.
Totally awesome..... can't believe you could get such great shots...I really appreciate viewing them..... and will pass them on...
Wow is all I can say....................wonderful captures and thank you for the tour.
Do you work for NASA? I have been to KSC several times and have never gotten closer than a half mile to the VAB. Those are some amazing photos! I always wondered what it looked like inside! I hope someday to see another Saturn 5 (or similar) rocket come out of that building for another trip to the moon.
Nunes BEIRAO - PHOTO
No doubt, this is probably one of the most documental and beautiful galery I've ever seen ! Thank you for the fact to allow me seeing it "closer"...
These pic.s really tell it. The angles and shots are, in some instances, better than being there!
Brilliant!..makes a great story...Voted
Great photos, It is a story line. Thanks for your efforts to let us being so close to the envent.
Thanks for showing us something new!
Ron S. Bernardo
Nicole Meuwese-van Rhee
I'm Nicole from the Netherlands, and we are just back from Florida,
It was verry nice.
We didn't see the shuttle that was a pitty.
But your picture's are amazing, greetings from Nicole...
love them, have tried to see launches with my dis, no luck! voted!
Nice Rod very nice.... Shuttle piggy backed on the 747 WOW
Hello, my compliments for your nice work!
Please come see my photos sometime?
Best regards, Tom from The Netherlands.
I used to work for the Delta department at McDonnell Douglas/Boeing. I knew how powerful the Delta 4 was in numbers (thrust) - but the visual is almost shocking - that thing can really liftoff. I'm pleased that all the rocket motors lit. Can you imagine only 1 or 2 lighting unequally??? Too bad the costs will probably ruin the entire Delta series, especially once it becomes one with ULA. I'm open to learning more if anyone has info.
Fantastic gallery, thanks for posting these.
Charles E. Brown
Truly incredible photographs of the shuttle returning to flight. I am telling everyone I know about your amazing pictures. Thank you for sharing them with us.
Wow! Simply fantastic!
excellent pictures of the 747 and Discovery. Looks as if you up in the air as well.
Fantastic Rod! Voted!
Super galery! you can be very proud of these excellent pictures. Thanks for sharing them.
MAsterpieces ..such an excellent and well captured effort and splendid timing.... .. .. great work Rod.. Excellent Visual Appeal.. Just WOW
excellent photo's, very clear, especially the shuttle on the 747
Excellent gallery. Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful images. I've always dreamed of having the kind of access to a launch that you've had. Voted.
Wow! This is awesome better shots than you find on space.com and NASA's own web pages.
This gallery is amazing!!! Just incredible pictures! Thanks so much for sharing.
Wonderful, wonderful images. Thanks for sharing.
too good, really stunning images,
Stunning photographs! Thanks for your efforts and sharing them.
These were sent to me by a friend. AWESOME! Kudos to a very talented cameraman.
Wow. Thank you - almost as good as being there! Beautiful shots - I will share this site so others can enjoy.
Thanks for such great photos. Certainly appreciated.
Awesome shots Rod. Thanks for posting them.
Hi Rod - Your friend GWolfe sent me your link. This are great pictures - colors are great & pictures are clear. Iam at NASAA in Houston.
Hip-Hip Hooray for the STS114 liftoff pictures.
These are stunning, both technically and emotionally.
Please keep them coming, particularly for STS-114!
I really appreicate this gallery after visiting NASA this past weekend. Got a chance to see the Comet Blaster launch and took a few photo's to post later. Great photography, thanks for sharing.
realy nice pictures sending them out some ex NASA people they well love them. Mike
Rod Ostoski - Brevard County Real Estate Photographer
Thanks Nick, We generally monitor different sources for the count down depending on our location. I'm going to purchase one of those portable band radios so I can shoot remotely and be able to monitor mission control.
Really cool gallery, Rod. How do you know when they're about to take off?
Too cool Rod. I'm totally jealous! Awesome shots, you must've been sooooo close. Thanks for sharing them.
Very nice pictures of the rocket launch.
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