Holiday Inn Titusville Kennedy Space Center
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About an hours drive to the east from Disney World is the Kennedy Space Center. We spent two days there, looking at the exhibits, listening to a talk from an astronaut and watching an actual rocket launch!
I've been somewhat confused between the Kennedy Space Center and Cape Canaveral (which is what I thought they called it in the Apollo …
... a re-enactment of the final three minutes prior to liftoff. It was really quite moving and exciting.
After the re-enactment, yet another set of doors opened. These led into the main ,portion of the structure which houses a 363 foot, three-stage Saturn V rocket. The size of this machine is staggering.
One enters the building at the engine end of the rocket. There are five huge rocket engines facing the viewer. After taking ...
... to space suits, to actual 1960's computer consoles was all on display along with various code books and the files which detailed what to in the event of situations arising. There was no winging it - everything had to be done by the book. The old fella that showed us around had an immense sense of pride in what he had been involved in - he was one of the USAF base deputy commanders and regaled us with tales of what had gone on back in the day…although he ...
... many shuttles launched from and where a rocket will launch on July 19th to send a satellite into outerspace for the U.S. Navy. Then we went to see the Apollo exhibit where we saw the Saturn V rocket, the largest rocket used by NASA. This rocket was also used to send austronauts to the moon. I even got to touch a moon rock! On the way back to the ...
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