Fairfield Inn & Suites By Marriott Titusville Kennedy Space Center
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... satalites as well as act as an extention ladder & platform for the crew working in space.
We watched a great 3D movie on the Hubble Space Telescope in the IMAX Theatre, but we were very disappointed when they cancelled another 3D movie on the International Space Station.
This is a full size model of crew vehicle part of Orion. ...
... 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 ...
... You can check out the full story in the newspaper article included with the photos below.
On our journey from Lake Okeechobee to Titusville we stopped at the Navy SEAL Museum (the acronym stands for Sea, Air and Land). The SEALs are an elite corps of highly trained specialists in underwater demolition and other tasks demanding skills. In 2005 the Navy SEALs rescued hostages taken from the Danish ...
... things that we all use day to day, just incredible. For instance, disposable nappies and pads - NASA. When the first American was shot into space for the first time (15 minute flight) he had about 5 cups of coffee and other drinks before take off, once kitted up there is no time to go. He actually wet himself during take off and the resolution to this was the creation of new absorbent material which then went on to ...
... before -- rotated 43.21 degrees with payload doors open and its Canadarm (robotic arm) extended, as it has just undocked from the International Space Station."
"Apollo Saturn 5 Center features a 363 foot moon rocket. Don't miss the Firing Room Theater which recreates an Apollo launch and the Lunar theater which depicts the first moon landing. Get up colose to ...