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La E 484-021 di SBB Cargo International è qui ripresa in transito nei pressi di Borgolavezzaro (NO), al traino dello shuttle domenicale Rotterdam-Mortara.

 

SBBCI E484-021 is seen here near Borgolavezzaro, Italy, whilst working the sunday Rotterdam-Mortara intermodal shuttle.

Fire in the sky as Shuttle 2944 arrives in from London Gatwick on a chilly October evening.

 

British Airways

B737-436

G-DOCY

 

Edinburgh Airport - EGPH

15th October 2014.

On a gorgeous February late afternoon, a BNSF shuttle grain train heads west across the bridge over Lake Pend Oreille and into East Algoma, Idaho.

Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office Shuttle Service

Fleet no.: -

Shot Location: Lung Center of The Philippines, Quezon City

CITY OF DREAMS MANILA SHUTTLE SERVICE (FROEHLICH TOURS)

 

Bus no:..

Manufacturer: Xiamen Kinglong United Co., Ltd.

Model: XMQ6902Y

Shot Taken: SM Mall of Asia Grounds, Pasay City

Waiting on a pick up shuttling bikes and noticed these guys just hanging out right beside me, looking very photogenic

The space shuttle Atlantis lifts off Monday May 11, 2009 at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Fla. Seven astronauts are beginning a 12-day mission that includes the fifth and final servicing of the Hubble Space Telescope. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara)Current world News

Video available: youtu.be/AyKQHItm8Z4

 

The Lambda Class Shuttle is one of my favorite spaceship designs with its birdlike look. I like the elegant curves and the transformative wing mechanism, furthermore the landing gear setup with just two legs is exciting!

 

With the introduction of all the recent new parts I was able to create the round forms and fluent lines of the original studio model.

 

It is difficult to find exact reference material for this ship, most of the blueprints and imagery, which are available online, are not correct to the original studio models. I've ended up using my own photographs I've managed to take at the amazing Star Wars Identities exhibition.

 

The model is a scratch build MOC, there are some familiar elements to the LEGO UCS model as well as Dmac's www.flickr.com/photos/dmaclego original design. My main focus was an accurate cockpit design (it’s still not perfect but I like my solution), the inclusion of play features, a full interior completed with PF functions, lights and more.

 

The model features:

- motorized foldable wings

- boarding ramp

- retractable landing gear

- detailed cockpit and interior

- turning canons

- landing lights

- working sublight engine

 

It is bigger than the official set with 94 cm in width and 102 cm in hight (on the stand). I've used up to 6000 parts for the model including an PF medium motor and 7 PF lights.

 

For the scenes I've used secondary builds, the Death Star ll and a midscaled Star Destroyer based on Brickdoctors www.flickr.com/photos/legoarts/ design both of which are adding several hundred parts. For the Endor scene I've used around 10000 parts. Even the planets used for the space scenes are based on LEGO parts (Planet series: Endor and Tatooin for the red Planet).

 

I'm happy how my build came together, I hope you like it as well! Thanks.

This event got me out of my pneumonia sickbed today…. glad I made it to the event.

  

It was great to witness this event this morning in Houston!

Just flew over my backyard. Glad I stayed home this morning to watch it with my wife.

 

Geekist info: Canon 7D with a 200mm lens.

What an incredible moment we had today when the Shuttle flew over many landmarks in California. We were fortunate enough in Los Angeles for many fly overs and 2 of them happen to fly over our Campuses. This picture above is from the flyover downtown Los Angeles heading over Exposition Park where the Shuttle will call home in a few days. The picture below was taken by one of my students who is running an Instagram Contest for this event. One of our campuses is above the Getty Center so the view was great for the flyover. This event excited so many and a lot of pride was felt. Definitely a day to remember.

#Discovery flew 39 space missions during its operational life, the first in 1984 and the last one in 2011. More spaceflights than any other #space #shuttle, or any other #spacecraft.

Had a little fun build with some trans clear and trans light blue bricks to make a hologram of the Imperial Shuttle. A fun and challenging build as I was extremely limited to trans parts. Illuminated from the bottom to give it a glow without illuminating the surroundings.

Underneath the Space Shuttle Enterprise at the Intrepid Sea Air Space Museum

  

The Space Shuttle Pavilion will be open to the general public beginning July 19, 2012.

 

Was quite the experience to behold this piece of history today.

   

Best Seen Large...Just click on the photo to see it larger on dark.

 

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Video available: youtu.be/AyKQHItm8Z4

 

The Lambda Class Shuttle is one of my favorite spaceship designs with its birdlike look. I like the elegant curves and the transformative wing mechanism, furthermore the landing gear setup with just two legs is exciting!

 

With the introduction of all the recent new parts I was able to create the round forms and fluent lines of the original studio model.

 

It is difficult to find exact reference material for this ship, most of the blueprints and imagery, which are available online, are not correct to the original studio models. I've ended up using my own photographs I've managed to take at the amazing Star Wars Identities exhibition.

 

The model is a scratch build MOC, there are some familiar elements to the LEGO UCS model as well as Dmac's www.flickr.com/photos/dmaclego original design. My main focus was an accurate cockpit design (it’s still not perfect but I like my solution), the inclusion of play features, a full interior completed with PF functions, lights and more.

 

The model features:

- motorized foldable wings

- boarding ramp

- retractable landing gear

- detailed cockpit and interior

- turning canons

- landing lights

- working sublight engine

 

It is bigger than the official set with 94 cm in width and 102 cm in hight (on the stand). I've used up to 6000 parts for the model including an PF medium motor and 7 PF lights.

 

For the scenes I've used secondary builds, the Death Star ll and a midscaled Star Destroyer based on Brickdoctors www.flickr.com/photos/legoarts/ design both of which are adding several hundred parts. For the Endor scene I've used around 10000 parts. Even the planets used for the space scenes are based on LEGO parts (Planet series: Endor and Tatooin for the red Planet).

 

I'm happy how my build came together, I hope you like it as well! Thanks.

Una doppia trazione formata dalla E 485-020 e dalla E 186-109, entrambe appartenenti a BLS, transita nei pressi di Domodossola (VB) al traino di uno shuttle intermodale diretto a Melzo Scalo.

Destination:

Region # 4-A CALABARZON

Bus Operator: Verman Shuttle Service

Bus number:

Area of Operation: Shuttle Service

Classification: Air-Conditioned

Seating Configuration: 2x3

Transmission: Manual Transmission

  

shot location: Balibago Complex, Sta. Rosa Laguna

Catalog #: 08_00877

Title: Space Shuttle Program

Date: 5/4-8/89

Additional Information: The Space Shuttle

Repository: San Diego Air and Space Museum Archive

An orbital hangar containing four bays for small shuttles such as the ever-popular LL-290.

 

This hangar was first displayed at the Brickish weekend at the National Space Centre, 10-11 May 2014. Robots courtesy of Peter Reid (Legoloverman).

The Space Shuttle came to Los Angeles on Sept 21. One of the flbys was very close to where I was. I can't believe I chopped off a bit from the end of the best shot. Anyway, pretty cool to see it so close.

I took 3 hours off of work today so I could head to the National Mall and take photos of the Shuttle Discovery as it made it's final trip to the Udvar-Hazy Center. I went to the base of the Washington Monument which turned out to be a fantastic viewing location. The plane carrying the shuttle passed over 3 times. This photo was taken on the second pass. It got so close that I didn't even have to crop the photo to get this composition.

 

This picture is composed of 3 images (processed from a single RAW image) merged to HDR in Photomatix Pro.

 

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Video available: youtu.be/AyKQHItm8Z4

 

The Lambda Class Shuttle is one of my favorite spaceship designs with its birdlike look. I like the elegant curves and the transformative wing mechanism, furthermore the landing gear setup with just two legs is exciting!

 

With the introduction of all the recent new parts I was able to create the round forms and fluent lines of the original studio model.

 

It is difficult to find exact reference material for this ship, most of the blueprints and imagery, which are available online, are not correct to the original studio models. I've ended up using my own photographs I've managed to take at the amazing Star Wars Identities exhibition.

 

The model is a scratch build MOC, there are some familiar elements to the LEGO UCS model as well as Dmac's www.flickr.com/photos/dmaclego original design. My main focus was an accurate cockpit design (it’s still not perfect but I like my solution), the inclusion of play features, a full interior completed with PF functions, lights and more.

 

The model features:

- motorized foldable wings

- boarding ramp

- retractable landing gear

- detailed cockpit and interior

- turning canons

- landing lights

- working sublight engine

 

It is bigger than the official set with 94 cm in width and 102 cm in hight (on the stand). I've used up to 6000 parts for the model including an PF medium motor and 7 PF lights.

 

For the scenes I've used secondary builds, the Death Star ll and a midscaled Star Destroyer based on Brickdoctors www.flickr.com/photos/legoarts/ design both of which are adding several hundred parts. For the Endor scene I've used around 10000 parts. Even the planets used for the space scenes are based on LEGO parts (Planet series: Endor and Tatooin for the red Planet).

 

I'm happy how my build came together, I hope you like it as well! Thanks.

Die Booster des Space Shuttles in original Größe. Die Teile sind schon der Hammer. Und der blaue Himmel war ein schöner Kontrast.

Omgeleide Blerick-Shuttle, met RTB lok 189206.

Door uitloop van werkzaamheden in Tilburg, werd er via Den Bosch en Geldermalsen naar het Rotterdamse gereden.

En, de groeten terug :-)

 

Diverted domestic containertrain heading for Rotterdam,

pulled by RTB 189206

This image from 1996 shows space shuttle Atlantis as it began the slow journey to Launch Pad 39A from the Vehicle Assembly Building. This dramatic view looking directly down onto the shuttle atop the Mobile Launcher Platform and crawler-transporter was taken from the VAB roof approximately 525 feet (160 meters) above the ground.

Catalog #: 08_00892

Title: Space Shuttle Program

Date: 1981-2010

Additional Information: Space Shuttle aerial

Repository: San Diego Air and Space Museum Archive

A Fusion of two of my old shots: the moon & the space shuttle

I knew I needed to be on the south side of the bridge for the best light. I then searched around for an hour for a suitable foreground. I liked the lines of the roadway, the counter balance of the boat under the bridge. I'm very happy with the finished product.

The Space Shuttle Discovery on the Crawler-Transporter rolling out to the launchpad at Kennedy Space Center. via 500px ift.tt/2togJoe

Space Shuttle Discovery during its final flight. Fly-by of Dulles Airport.

A massive crowd gathered at the Griffith Observatory to see the Space Shuttle Endeavor's final flight.

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