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- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Microwave in room
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... and the expendable external tank (ET) containing liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen. The Shuttle was launched vertically, like a conventional rocket, with the two SRBs operating in parallel with the OV's three main engines, which were fueled from the ET. The SRBs were jettisoned before the vehicle reached orbit, and the ET was jettisoned just before orbit insertion, which used the orbiter's two Orbital Maneuvering System (OMS) engines. At the conclusion of the mission, ...
... from their place, but, alas, it was delayed another day because of weather.
We had a fun visit, and a good dinner at a little beach shack down the road a ways.
Up at 0615 and curbside hailing a cab by 0645 I am starting to realize that all Philly cabbies use the full on full off gas pedal method. It is always a great way to start the day - being car sick! Naturally when I select Credit on the touch screen in the backseat after the 15 minute fare, the driver asks if I would prefer to pay cash, I saw that coming and had 2 bucks on me just for that.
Reluctantly I give it to him, despite the fact that he didn't ...
... on top of a tremendously powerful rocket being launched. His talk was followed by a Q & A period, and then we were able to meet him. Afterwards we saw a 3D movie at the IMAX theater about the Hubble telescope, which was launched in 1990.
In the space shuttle program were 5 orbiters, Columbia, Discovery, Endeavor, Challenger, and Atlantis. The program was terminated in 2011. Atlantis made the last flight in July, 2011, and is now ...
... and so forth. I grabbed a few items to take with me to the cabin and finished working on a batch of photos.
Returned to the cabin at 6:40. Not feeling tired. Watched another show on Zune. Ugh, an awful night of insomnia. Bed again at 7:48 a.m. This time I finally fell asleep, just as Mike was waking up at 8 for his travel-agent “seminar at sea” from 9 to 11.
Got up at noon after about four hours of sleep. We’re now ...