FAP Episode #58 - The Final Launch of Space Shuttle Discovery


On this episode of Fireground Action Photography Craig takes the show on the road once again - this time to Kennedy Space Center at Cape Canaveral, Florida for the 39th and final launch of Space Shuttle Discovery (STS-133).  Craig is joined at the NASA launch facility by fellow fire/aerospace photogs Bill Hartenstein, Gene Blevins and Kenji Luster.  Share the experience with Craig, Bill, Gene and Kenji as they witness and photograph the final launch of the Space Shuttle Discovery, the oldest of the shuttle fleet.  Following the launch the team will share SNAFU's and lessons learned from the event.   Click on the shooters' links above to view their images from this historic launch!

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(Duration 49:57)