KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. - The space shuttle is one of the most iconic machines in American history, and everything about it is larger in life.
Case in point: the countdown clock at Kennedy Space Center.
The timepiece, which pauses periodically for "holds" that allow engineers to target a specific launch window, is an amazing site, both on television and in person.
But one thing you can't see on television is how massive it is.
You can take a look at just how large the clock is by clicking play video player above.
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