Pictures of the Space Shuttle Discovery launch
and other pictures taken while working in sunny
|The Space Shuttle Discovery launches
at 7:19 p.m. EDT on Wednesday, October 11, 2000.
I was standing in the parking lot of the Seminole County Public Schools administration building.
This is mission STS-92, the 100th shuttle launch. It brought key structural components to the International Space Station.
|Here the solid rocket boosters can be seen separating from the shuttle (the lower point of light).
|Here is the vapor trail about 5 minutes after launch. The sun is illuminating the upper part and the moon is lighting the lower part.
|Me on Daytona Beach. 12 November 2000.
|Looking across the lake at EPCOT
|Flamingos at EPCOT
|Robot at EPCOT
|"Upside down" building on International Drive in Orlando
|Ripley's Believe It Or Not! museum, International Drive, Orlando.
|A very primeval-looking sable palm forest on the way to the airport.
|Sand cranes in the parking lot.
This page created 14 October 2000/Updated 16 May 2001/Update 07 January 2006