Fairfield Inn & Suites By Marriott Titusville Kennedy Space Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
- Swimming pool
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... I couldn't wasn't due to me being disoriented, but rather because I didn't know the answer :) However one effect of the spinner is your ability to respond fast. It's like everything slows down, both your physical motion and your mind. Obviously the brain is also under some G-Force pressure which affects your ability to think, process and respond. A strangely enjoyable experience however. Next up was the Weightless Wall. After being weighed and the weights ...
... this exibit. There's so much information & lots of hands on stuff, simulators & even a launch ride! This is such a great place to bring kids to inspire them! I would choose this place over Disney any day!
Our very own Canadarm was there - technically called the Shuttle Remote Manipulator (SRMS). A series of robotic arms used to manoeuvre & handle cargo, retrieve, repair ...
... on Hydro wires which I have never seen before as they usual perch on a bush near the waters edge. I managed to get this photo of one in a Palmetto. Other fishers we saw frequently egrets, ibis, herons .... I just haven't managed a decent photo yet!!
I'd love to see a Manatee so we went looking for this endangered species. They are large grey aquatic mammals with a seal shaped body ...
... Shuttle launches as it would be fatal..........acoustic energy. The sound waves at 170 dB would literally rip apart the cells in your body, you would liquify!
The 400 000 gallons of water dumped under the shuttle during launch is not for fire suppression as most people think, it is for sound absorption, the water absorbs the sound waves and converts the audio energy to heat, and therefore steam. 75% of the smoke plume on the ground is steam from this energy transfer. ...
... Wm Anders/Apollo8
1st Foot Steps on Moon - Neil Armstrong; Apollo 11
1st Meal on Moon - Bacon Squares, Sugar Cookies, Canned Peaches, Juice/Coffee
Only Astronaut to Golf on Moon - Alan Shepard Apollo 14
1st Astronauts to Drive on the Moon - David Scott; James Irwin Apollo 15
Longest Distance driven on Lunar Surface - 19 miles by Eugene Cernan; Harrison ...