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STS-125 Shuttle Mission Imagery
Two NASA T-38 jet trainer aircraft fly over the Space Shuttle Endeavour
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JSC2009-E-084197 (17 April 2009) --- NASA pilots Jack Nickel (in the jet with tail number 62) and Charles Justiz fly over for a bird's eye view of two shuttles on the launch pad. Shuttle Atlantis (STS-125) is in the foreground and Endeavour (STS-400) can be seen in the distance on the launch pad at NASA's Kennedy Space Center. The two are flying T-38 jet trainer aircraft.

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