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Another year since this :hailprobe:
 

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Just in case someone missed this:

nothing new, but a nice way to spend about two and three quarters of an hour (on x 1 speed that is) :D
:hailprobe:

My favourite mission. Great place to land and explore, great crew and a worthy completion of a very successful program. And "the last man" was also one of my favourite astronauts of that program. Also, they brought back very amazing images from their mission 👌





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Is somebody already working on this one?


Despite the announced "launch" date of 2023, there is still little solid hardware visible, they don't even have the location for the onshore integration facility at Bremerhaven decided yet.



You can also find more details about the proposed launch site operations here:

 

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Old, but gold: The Flight Director cam on the final Discovery flight.

Doesn't really seem old but I'm afraid it's more than a decade already.

That's also gold:



I really miss those times as we had awesome launches and advanced missions on a regular basis.
 

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Cool video which explaines the AGC
 

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satellite "Meteor-M" joined the constellation of hydrometeorological satellites "Elektro-L" and "Arktika-M"
 
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