Fairfield Inn & Suites By Marriott Titusville Kennedy Space Center
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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 ...
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"Astronaut encounter. Come face to face with one of the few people who have flown in space"
Wendy Lawrence, a veteran of four space flights (1995, 1997, 1998, 2005), she has logged over 1225 hours in space. Lawrence retired from NASA in June 2006. You can read her bio at:
Then and Now Tour: "Relive the launch of America's first satellite, visit sites of the Mercury ...
... can walk the entire length under the rocket since it is lying on its side. Off on either side of the rocket are exhibits, restrooms, and a cafe. That is where we had lunch.
After completing the self-guided tour, one has to go through the gift shop (of course) to exit the building. After exiting, one boards the bus for the return trip to the visitor center. Part of the drive took us along the Atlantic Ocean. We were told the Kennedy Space ...
... which is on the coast near to Cape Canaveral and checked into a Days Inn motel. There was a nice big deep pool for a quick swim then we headed into Titusville itself and visited the US space walk and hall of fame. It was a tiny museum that was run by a few old guys from the glory days of the space programme. Between them they had collected loads of stuff and things from the various space programmes and hundreds of bits of paraphernalia. Everything ...
... The astronauts experience 3g on take-off and 2.5g on re-entry. (Formula 1 is up to 6g).
After lunch at the Orbit Café we boarded the bus for our guided tour of the Launch Control Centre. This is still an active facility, and has only been open to the public since the retirement of the Shuttle Program. The centre will be off limits when the new space program gets underway. The four firing rooms in the Launch Control ...