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Space Shuttle Discovery > Space Shuttle Discovery Flight Deck by National Geographic

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National Geographic National Geographic
Explore score
152
Size
2.74 Gigapixels
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30961
Date added
Apr 11, 2012
Date taken
Jan 24, 2012
Categories
astrophotography, photojournalism
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This is the flight deck of the space shuttle Discovery during her decommissioning process in the Orbiter Processing Facility (OPF). Several components are missing as part of that process including panels of switches, closed circuit TV (CCTV) screens, and storage lockers. During flight, the commander sat in the seat on the left and the pilot on the right. Hatches behind their seats lead below to the mid-deck. While in orbit, the rear windows looked out to the payload bay at any cargo operations while the windows on top usually gave a dramatic view of Earth far below.

Photographer: Jon Brack
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Gigapan Comments (7)

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  1. Michael Franz

    Michael Franz (May 30, 2014, 10:11PM )

    If memory serves me correctly this was taken with a Canon S100 and its about 600 image in all.

  2. John De Carteret

    John De Carteret (May 15, 2012, 01:38PM )

    Can we have some more technical detail, camera and lens etc......

  3. Davor Hrg

    Davor Hrg (April 20, 2012, 09:10AM )

    as Jason Buchheim poiinted out, look at it www.3d-360.com/102753 Will open in
a new tab or window it far mor impressive. I am only using this oportunity point out that GigPan viewer sucks for 360 panoramas. I posted this same comment on my own panorama, even wrote emails 2 YEARS ago to chris@gigapan.org and customerservice@gigapansystems.com  Will open in a new tab or window and they said they understand my frustration. But still today (2 years later) the shame lame viewer is here.... and I have not uploaded a pano since, though i do have plenty more on my disk :( :( :(

  4. David Cardeñosa

    David Cardeñosa (April 18, 2012, 06:23PM )

    Impresive detail for such narrow place. Historic gigapan :) Please, tell us the tecnical details about the gigapan. Great job!!

  5. Jason Buchheim

    Jason Buchheim (April 17, 2012, 05:33PM )

    This is an astounding panorama! Great job, I am very impressed. This looks great in a virtual reality Gigapan proxy viewer here www.3d-360.com/102753 Will open in
a new tab or window

  6. Willem Viljoen

    Willem Viljoen (April 17, 2012, 03:28PM )

    So glad someone thought of doing this before it was too late.

  7. ks | Darkroom

    ks | Darkroom (April 17, 2012, 01:10AM )

    Absolutely amazing! What camera/lens did you use John? Thank you.

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