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... another story.
We were wondering if our return visit would give us the same pleasure as it had seven years ago. I am happy to report that it certainly did. A lot of the exhibits have changed, there are different aspects to space exploration to ponder over, and other areas have been opened to the public. One of the new areas that we didn't see last time was the "Fire Control Room." This is where the countdown is done and ...
... and successes – he amassed quite a number of awards and trophies.
At the peak of my model rocketry endeavors, I was invited to conduct a model rocket demonstration at a large gathering of Rockville High School (in Maryland). It may have been during half-time at a football game or perhaps a notable celebration of some kind. Suffice it to say that the stands were packed with high school students from around the County. My name was mis-announced ...
... about 8.30pm. So we took the bus once again out to the viewing area, some five miles across a bay from the launch pad. It was dark but we could see the rocket silhouetted by flood lights. We sat of bleachers with a few hundred other people, listening to interesting commentary from a NASA expert, waiting for the launch window to open and trying not to think about the birds and alligators between us and it. 7.43pm came and went. The night ...
... even look that big. A few notes about the 'merican flag painted on the side;
- each of the red & white stripes are the width of a tour bus (sorry, don't know how wide a tour bus is!)
- the blue area is the size of an NBA basketball court
- each star is 6' across
Today we decided to go to the Kennedy Space Center. We departed the condo at about 09:00. Most of the journey of 72 miles was on toll road 528. We went through five toll booths for a total charge of $5.25. We arrived at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex at about 10:30. The last portion of our drive took us across the Indian River. We had to stop because it is a drawbridge. There was a sloop passing so the drawbridge was up.
I had ...