Educational video or animation from NASA about space shuttle re-entry?

Date: Wed Jun 03 2009 - 00:39:30 UTC

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    I'm forwarding this message from Lisa C. Beightol of Accu-Weather.   
    Anybody have any suggestions for her?
    Hi everyone,
    I am trying to find an educational video or animation  from NASA about 
    space shuttle re-entry for a video I'm working on, but for some  reason there 
    seems to be absolutely nothing of the kind available online. I have  come 
    across some great ones from How Stuff but I cannot use it for my  
    video since its going to be posted on the website. Is anyone  
    aware of any such videos/animations by NASA and if so can you point me to 
    them?  (anything showing an animation or graphic of how the shuttle is "flipped" 
    and  guided back into the atmosphere is basically what I'm looking for. The 
    only  footage I've found was from the cockpit as the shuttle was entering 
    the  atmosphere, and then of course the landing. Thanks!
    Lisa C.
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