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... and kicks his chubby little legs, splashes his feet, and just loves being in the tub for half an hour. Next up at Camp Tutu? Rolling over!
Bob made it home yesterday to be greeted by three ecstatic animals who have not left his side for one minute. Apparently, the two dogs slept curled up next to him and the cat slept in between Bob's legs all night. He skyped me this morning and all three of them (dogs and cat) were sitting on the bed ...
We got our new suitcase, packed with all our winter gear, put into
storage. We had transport arranged to Port Canaveral and so we had a one hour
drive down to embarkation. Of course, Disney made everything easy - it took
about 30 minutes to check in, have a photo taken with Minnie and to board the
ship. It is enormous! Enormous! Our cabin, on deck ten, was very well located -
it was bigger than our room ...
... re-cycled. In order to do this NASA sends 2 ships, Liberty Star and Freedom Star out into the ocean around 24 hours beforehand, they collect the fuel cells and the parachutes and bring them back for re-cycling. The fuel cells can be used for around 20 missions and this is estimated to save each mission around $50 million. The parachutes are washed, dried , repaired and re-used around 15 times and we were shown around the buildings where this takes place and also ...
... to see it all.... except us girls didnt see the locker room for obvious reasons. The money involved is just insane. I mean REALLY insane. Their college football ground is a good bit bigger than old trafford (16 thousand people bigger) and you have to enter a lottery to get the tickets as even a stadium that big cant hold everybody who wants to go. Rikki loved it and has ...
... soak up the money with no returns, at least with Space exploration it is estimated that for every $1 the income is $8.
So what are the benefits?
This is what some clever people have to say:
“Space exploration can serve as a stimulus for children to enter the fields of science and engineering.”