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Today we went to Kennedy Space Center and had a great time. As we were entering we saw a sign that said they welcomed us to be a part of NASA's next great adventure, a mission to Mars. It wasn't until we got to the ticket booth and saw the prices that we realized they wanted us to be a major sponsor. Thankfully, the space center is really pretty entertaining. The kids loved it and there was enough to keep them engaged and excited while the old ...
... Excellent insight into how the facility works. Last stop was to see a real Saturn V rocket which were used for the Apollo missions. Enormous. Back at the Visitors Centre we viewed the Atlantis shuttle and rode a launch simulator then watched 3D films on the Hubble telescope and the future of space exploration. Looked around the ...
... 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 ...
... a shrimp burrito. Jan wanted to take a nap, so I left him in the room and went to the adults’ pool. Later we met up at the waterslides. Jan tried them out; by the time I decided whether or not I should go on one, they were closed. It sounds like the one I would have tried would have been scary, so it’s okay. The adult whirlpool was taken over by a group of kids drinking beer, so we ...
... scrubbed, so we headed over to the busses, which would take us back to the Visitors' Complex.
On Friday, day 3 at KSC, we went to the Astronaut Hall of Fame, which told the story of each astronaut and had displays of space suits and other equipment used in their flights.
Again that night we awaited the rocket launch, but again it was scrubbed due to bad weather and rescheduled for Saturday night. Saturday night we decided to watch ...
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