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Soyuz Delivery
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Voted by United Press International as one of the top pictures of 2007, this is a photo of the Soyuz TMA-11 spacecraft on Oct. 8 as it was transported by train to its launch pad at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. The spacecraft launched two days later, bringing the Expedition 16 crew to the International Space Station.

Image Credit: NASA/JPL.

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.bigchuck33
01/03/08 12:33 AM GMT
This is really very cool. Thanks for sharing it with us.
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::Hottrockin
01/03/08 12:42 AM GMT
"3....2....1....ignition"

8~O

Those guys are toast!! Pass the butter ("Parkay")!!

It is an impressive image friend!! Man, that thing's huge!!
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Why do the pictures come out square when the lens is round?? Picture Purrrfect .
::jswgpb
01/03/08 1:17 AM GMT
Ditto Randy, BIG.
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::Marzena
01/03/08 2:35 AM GMT
LOL at Randy's comment.
Phil, congratulations !!! You got here much more than the subject matter - for me there are lots of threads to pick up.
BTW is it my imagination that in the thumbnail I felt certain it was a manipulation showing the two fellows doing the job of pulling this space ship manually so to say ... Reminds me a famous Russian painting.
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With all my love and respect, Marzena
.Inkeri
01/03/08 12:56 AM GMT
That is Big..Wow..Fantastic,and so Coool.
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.Tomeast
01/05/08 1:16 AM GMT
Very Russian you might say.Outstandingly clear and detailed.
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::Marzena
01/05/08 3:06 PM GMT
The painting I had in mind is: "Burlaks on Volga River" showing men towing the boats. Just had to say it as I just remembered the title. Still the painter's name has not come back yet to me ... LOL
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With all my love and respect, Marzena
=mayne
01/28/08 12:37 AM GMT
Very interesting image...I would love to push that button;-)
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Darryl
::joeysparadise
10/31/08 5:16 PM GMT
Now that is neat.
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&mimi
03/05/09 6:51 PM GMT
Phil, my 5 year old grandson is going through your space images and he said 'that's is a really cool spaceship'. I thought you might appreciate the words of the innocent ;=)
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~mimi~
Marcos87
08/21/09 12:26 AM GMT
Espectacular! adding to favorites... ;)
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.Jhihmoac
09/17/09 3:04 AM GMT
Saw this on the "Featureds" section...Nice capture...I was just a kid when "The Space Race" between the U.S. and the old Soviet Union was considered serious business...I read once that when Sputnik went into orbit, American scientists and astrophysicists were working day and night, full tilt ...to keep up...
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::verenabloo
01/17/10 5:58 AM GMT
OMG....It never occurred to me that these things would have to be moved!!!!!! That's plain old frightening isn't it?!!! THis just showed on caedes front pge...wow wow wow....fantastic. So glad you shared that. Verena
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