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    For all us anoraks out there, there is live Space Shuttle Discovery coverage on the following LINK. From there click +Watch NASA TV. The build up and launch details were fantastic to watch.

    Big Brother, paaa......posers tv .

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    Yes, i've seen that before, when they relaunched the other year. Sad i know but i wanted to make sure they had a safe takeoff. For some reason i must have seen something a few weeks prior to make me want to watch it.

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    the camera footage from the main fuel unit was awsome!....wish the sig would do 4 miles a sec lol

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    Strange thing happened though, as the Shuttle was passing the 4000mph mark, pulling 4g and using 500kgs of fuel a second on its ride into space, the astronauts reported being passed by a blue Vectra with flashing neons

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    Does the jam stay in under zero gravity conditions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spikey©
    Does the jam stay in under zero gravity conditions?
    Pass, I'll have to relay the question to Houston.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SCOTTEX
    Strange thing happened though, as the Shuttle was passing the 4000mph mark, pulling 4g and using 500kgs of fuel a second on its ride into space, the astronauts reported being passed by a blue Vectra with flashing neons
    Last edited by Ian T; 5th July 2006 at 11:05. Reason: text

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    NO,NO.....lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spikey©
    Does the jam stay in under zero gravity conditions?
    I thought they had fixed the 'O Rings'

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    only a slight dig on somebody wev'e come to read so much about eh scottex? his name is the first part of a nuclear bomb??

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