Rocket Booster Video of the Space Shuttle Discovery Launch.

Neatorama reader Denita TwoDragons suggested this YouTube clip:

Spine-tingling 9-minute, full-sound footage of a Space Shuttle launch (July 4th) via an onboard camera mounted to one of the SRBs...from liftoff to splash-down.

Hit play or go to Link [YouTube] - Thanks Denita!

See also: Space Shuttle Discovery Fun Facts | STS-121 Mission [wiki]

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Great footage. I love the entire RocketCam program. I wonder if they had a camera on the main tank as well. I have seen footage from that before and it's spectacular when they jettison that tank.
Extra points for affixing a transducer to the spaceframe so we get all the nice creaks and pops from the SRB.
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“Tumbling SRB Interpretive Dance” Hahahahaha! You should videotape that Denita!

I second that, That would be a great video.
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