DoubleTree By Hilton Houston Hobby Airport
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We departed Baltimore MD airport to connect in Atlanta GA. At time we arrived to Atlanta airport, we received a news that there is an inclement weather going on right now locally and also in Texas, the flight moved to the morning. Oh no what do we do? Everyone boarding on the same gate was freaking out. Do we have to sleep in the terminal until …
We left Kerrville, Tx this morning. Kerrville is a town I could live in. Just the right size, clean, friendly people and easy to navigate. We drove on to Houston to visit Gordy's cousin, Delores and her husband, Gus. It had been years since we had seen them, and they have added a daughter since we last saw them. We just were ...
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... t realise we were going into the actual historic mission control where they controlled all of the launches into space, such as Apollo 11 and 13. Everything was the original, we say in a viewing area that was there in the 60's the viewing area would have presidents, politicians, astronaut families and the queen had been there, tom hank went there and watched how they control things for his role in Apollo 13. There were no keyboards, just screens with dials, they used ...
... to the ocean off the southeastern tip, as well as to see the change in shift begin.
Since Mission Control must be manned 24/7, there are three shifts--"orbits"--a day. When the changeover happens, the relief comes on and sits for an hour with the person he or she is replacing to get brought up to speed on what has been going on over the last eight hours. There are a good many stations in the control room--each with a ...