Shuttle launch today.

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  1. RisingPhoenix86

    RisingPhoenix86 One of Soundwaves minions

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    Well the last shuttle launch was today. Didnt M-Bay say they where returning to do some follow up shots of it when it takes off?
     
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    CG and editing departments are going to be busy to cram that footage into the movie by the end of May.
     
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    i'm not sure that Bay was at the shuttle launch... Nelson stated tonight that he was finishing up the last pick up shots... and that they didn't involve the shuttle launch...
     
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    Really? I thought they said they where returning for the shots that they missed at one point because it was delayed or something. Did i dream this up or can someone help me out here and make me sound sane? lol
     
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    I seen that. Thats a pretty bad ass thing to see while flying. Im shocked they flew so close. I would imagine the airspace would be closed for miles around it incase of someone trying to shoot it down with a plane or ram it.
     

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