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Amateur Rocket GoCam Footage Reveals Ice Wall

Picture from Amateur Rocket GoCam Reveals Ice Wall I make the assertion, in the entire 50 years of NASA’s existence, there isn’t one piece of video footage from low earth orbit where the camera pans around 360 degrees on the earth’s horizon. The tight shots are intentional. NASA doesn’t want

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