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... seen in captivity. And before you get all excited, no, you cannot go visit. Rum Creek is not open to the public nor do they welcome visitors (the ranch manager keeps a shotgun in his truck to ward off would-be intruders). But they agreed to participate in my PhD research project, mostly thanks to their veterinarian. Dr Mark Davis is a fellow University of Georgia alumnus who was born and raised in what is now the Democratic Republic of Congo, and is one heck of a wonderful, ...
... my zoom on the camera is not big enough to get it all in (still I'm not bragging) but you get the gist.
As you are aware the space shuttles have been retired and when we entered NASA there are adverts informing you that the new Atlantis shuttle exhibit will open on the 27th of this month, I was absolutely gutted reading this as I've never seen a shuttle however on our way back in the bus there was a special announcement that we will be the first to ...
... eager to learn - Greg taught us a CRAZY game of Crazy 8's - it got very competitive - Anthony and Novak catching on and winning - ...
Alex and Doube were always close by helping us all out.
Lambert - sorry but YOU DO LOOK LIKE PRINCE
Watson - loved your smile
Jerry - Thanks for your help.
Anna - my hats off to you my dear - what a spread you provided us at each meal!
Anthony - you have a talent and a gift ...
... same stuff we had already seen plus some science stuff. We got to go in a g force trainer simulator that from the outside looked relatively unexciting but when I got out I thought I was going to vomit... and we only got to 4G's!!
Back on the road again and we had 6hours of driving ahead of us!! June 5 Update Phin: "NASA today... Question forum!!! Should we go to Disney Land Tomorrow???? Florida Orlando.... Need to know ...
... the crew. After all, computers were not that accomplished at the time. Technology took a huge leap with this program! Many, many products we use today originated from the moon mission. It was a miracle of the day. The first phase rockets took the 332 feet high rocket from 0 To 5000mph creating the energy of a small atomic bomb. The second phase took it to 17,500 mph. It then went three orbits and the third phase took it to 25,000mph to break ...
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