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Atlantis Space Shuttle Launch Photos From 36,000 Feet

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There might not be much sightseeing from the window seat of a commercial airplane between Baltimore and Fort Lauderdale, except for maybe a rocket going into space next to your plane.

The Huffington Post reports these pictures of the space shuttle Atlantis launch were taken by Ryan Graff, who was making his way to Miami on a high school graduation trip.

Here are the pictures Graff snapped with his iPhone:


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