The ET cameras view where you hear and see shock on right wing is from the different tape…CANT YOU REMEMBER I WROTE you earlier( Lets sharpen your memory) that is from NASAs series WHEN WE LEFT THE EARTH and I do have it in my stock but too big size to post you but you told me you have this series…dont you ?
One last time, "When We Left The Earth" was NOT a NASA series...it was a Discovery Channel production. The producers just picked footage from any number of launches, used actors for dramatizations, that sort of thing.
During launches, you don't hear sonic booms on the ground, you cannot hear the SRB separation motors firing. There is no evidence of anything unexpected falling from the stack during the launch until the 81 second point, and this event was not televised until well after the accident, when the long range tracking camera footage was released to the public.
(eta..the sound AFTER SRB sep is called a tympani...it's a big drum...they used it a lot in that 2001 musical score!!!!)
You are wrong on all of your assumptions and claims. But your mind seems set on something, so the facts wont matter to you. Your arguments
Edited by mrbusdriver, 19 July 2010 - 06:32 PM.