Further to my note yesterday about how fascinating I find the NASA cam videos even though they appear to show nothing for looooooong periods and then something beautiful unfolds, Gareth adds a link to one of his favourites here. (Select the Right Aft Solid Rocket Booster Video) I love it. As you’d know NASA have had an accident or two with foam, tiles, and other glitches and so litter the space vehicles with cams. What genius thought to add one to the unmanned solid fuel rocket booster? It appears to rotate slowly once detached from the shuttle and then fall to Earth, recording every moment. I thought it might burn up in the atmosphere but it’s one of the large boosters that is recyclable so a chute is deployed and we see the entry into the ocean. As Gareth said, put on your music and enjoy. — I can see Gary Hicks sitting back listening to Pink Floyd while watching this NASA video and chilling… et moi!