Indian Harbour Beachside Hotel
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... of the great unknown. These people are reaching for the stars and
are succeeding. I believe our future is
in their hands.
at the beginning of this chapter, we got to see Atlantis launched. The shuttle program has now ceased and all
efforts are now on the Orion Project, which is to send a manned spacecraft to
Mars by 2035. We did however get to be
reacquainted with Atlantis as she is now ...
I found and posted in the blog a picture of the flag that I designed and made which we flew at each competition we attended. I also found a picture of one of the model rockets I constructed on its launching pad. My friend and fellow club member Jim Philmon stands by admiring my bird. Yes, rockets are called birds.
Our club attended Local competitions – For example the ones I attended at the Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, ...
... space craft to make it easier for people to pop in and out of space. Do alligator and turtle brains turn to mush as well? Putting that to one side, it was a fantastic showcase of human innovation and endeavour. There were some excellent presentations using video footage, projections, lights, music etc to describe various missions including the first moon landings - didn't realise how touch and go that was - plus real space suits, a ...
... there was just 6' of clearance. A guy was up there on a specially made gantry to snap the folded over lightning rod back into place once it had cleared the doors.The VAB is so voluminous it creates its own clouds inside, and sometimes even rains if the AC is not tuned precisely.
Verner von Braun, expatriated WWII German rocket scientist had such an ambitious vision about the Apollo and beyond launch program that he thought there would eventually be one ...
... Space Center, and while it was an educational trip, the kids had so much fun! The highlight of this day was the simulation ride! All of us went in a fake rocket ship and had the experience of being in a real space shuttle. With the twists and turns and no gravitational pull, we can imagine what an astronaut would feel like. After we looked at all the shuttles and went to all the rides, we decided to zip back to the hotel and celebrate Christmas Eve. ...