STS-128 Shockwaves


We were on hand for the incredible night launch of STS-128. The Space Shuttle Discovery took off just before midnight on August 28, 2009. It’s the 128th shuttle flight.

We did something a little different for this video, we were at a viewing point three miles away. The camera is on a very smooth surface. The result is a pretty awesome representation of what the shockwaves feel like.

Take the time to see one of the remaining shuttle launches, it’s an experience you’ll never forget. More importantly, if you have children, give them the experience of a lifetime, by taking them to a launch. There’s plenty of information on the best viewing points for a shuttle launch. Check out SpaceFlightNow.com or NASA.gov for the schedule of the remaining flights.

Click here to download: Shuttle Shockwaves Video

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ISDC 2009 Video Wrap Up

George and Tim talk about the highlights of ISDC 2009 in Orlando, Florida.

Click here to download: ISDC09 – June 3, 2009

Firey Descent of the Soyuz

We’re preparing to launch another episode of the Space Task Force this week! In the meantime, check out this story of the rough landing for the latest Soyuz:

Space Shuttle Discovery Launch

George and Tim take you to the front lines of a shuttle launch at the Kennedy Space Center in their first ever video podcast.

Click here for iPod or iPhone video: Click here for: Space Task Force Video Episode 1

Launch of STS-120 to the International Space Station, October 3, 2007.

Space Shuttle Discovery Launch

George and Tim take you to the front lines of a shuttle launch at the Kennedy Space Center in their first ever video podcast.

Click here for iPod or iPhone video: Click here for: Space Task Force Video Episode 1

Launch of STS-120 to the International Space Station, October 3, 2007.

Weightless Tribute

With Charles Simonyi on board the International Space Station beginning his 10-day stay, we wanted to take a moment to show you what it’s like to be weightless. Here’s Astronaut Rick Searfoss along with Captain Jon on board G-Force One to give you a look. Special thanks to ZERO-G – Tim Bailey, Rick and Captain Jon.