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07.29.05

One of Space Shuttle Discovery's Solid Rocket Boosters rests at Kennedy Space Center. + High-res (919 Kb)
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One of Space Shuttle Discovery's Solid Rocket Boosters rests at Kennedy Space Center after being recovered from the Atlantic Ocean.



A Solid Rocket Booster separates from Space Shuttle Discovery during ascent. + Low-res (166 Kb)

This view from a video camera attached to a Solid Rocket Booster captures the opposite Solid Rocket Booster as it separates from Space Shuttle Discovery during ascent.

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