Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Space Shuttle blasts off for ISS

The Space Shuttle Endeavour blasted of last night on another construction mission to the International Space Station (ISS). It is the second mission of six this year and one of the fastest turn arounds in Space Shuttle History. Atlantis returned less than a month ago after delivering the European Labratory "Columbus". STS-123 is a 16day mission and involves installation of the new Japanese module called Kibo and the new Canadian arm. Video of the launch after the jump.

Good luck and Godspeed


Xenoba said...

Even God couldnt turn night into day.

Spankermatic said...

No, and with 14 sins it'd probably get him sent to Hell for light pollution laws.