Hampton Inn Titusville / I-95 Kennedy Space Center
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- Microwave in room
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... where the Orbiter may have gone into an uncontrollable spin during re-entry to the earth's atmosphere, during which the Pilot must be able to take control of the Orbiter, make decisions and perform actions, all the while being subjected to immense G-Forces and disorientation. Our challenge was to last one minute in the spinner, while being asked some questions, like what is your name to who was the first man on the moon. I was able to answer most questions, ...
... amp; how it's made up of multiple parts. The engines, fuel, pay load, crew capsule, abort capsule, Because of our visit here I must admit I understand the parts of a rocket much better & what roll each part plays in each mission. (See I even know the terms)
To top it all of we got to touch a piece of moon rock, basalt actually!!
Some of the lunar samples have been dated ...
... in-law, Harry, who was a science teacher had given me a multi volume set of books about the space race, prolly a couple of years after that because they contained all 17 flights. They were above my reading level for a 9 or 10 year old, but I read and reread those books so often I remember they were dog eared.
All throughout by adult life I have watched every show and movie about the Apollo missions, read anything available, print and web. It has been a lifelong ...
... the Bell Tolls, and The Green Hills of Africa were written in Key West. Hemingway's then-wife had a big swimming pool built, the first one in Key West. He left Key West in 1939 and went to Cuba, where he spent the next 20 years. Our knowledgeable and enthusiastic guide gave us a complete tour of the estate.
A trolley-bus took us on a narrated tour of the town, where we learned many more facts and ...
... s would be the same size as the biggest rocket I saw. While going on a bus tour we saw a bald eagle. I decided to sketch it. It was holding a fish in its claws. It was going to its nest in a tree. The nest west 7'-9' feet. I also saw Atlantis, the last shuttle to go into outer space. I thought it was the best trip I have ever done in a whole five years.