Indian Harbour Beachside Hotel
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... the new Space Launch System as well as commercial spacecraft. We saw the Vehicle Assembly Building which is where they built the Apollo and Space Shuttle craft. It's being redesigned for the new Space Launch System because they have to build the building around the spacecraft. It's currently 160 metres tall, covers 8 acres (3.24 hectares) and, in volume, is about 3.5 times bigger than the Empire ...
... stars and stripes on the ground near the viewing area.
We took the opportunity once again to do the "Up Close Bus Tour." This takes you out to the famous launch pads 39A and 39B. These two pads are where the rockets were launched that enabled man to walk on the moon. They were also the launch pads that were used by every shuttle mission.
Now the shuttle program has finished, and the focus is on Orion Project, ...
... Simulator – shaking and rocking and providing us with the experience of being a member of the Space Shuttle crew. There were hands-on kiosks everywhere providing an opportunity to perform a spacewalk mission at the International Space Station to landing an Orbiter. There was lots of other cools stuff too! We were there about 7 hours. Casey must really love me!
For an old rocketeer like me, the Pièce de résistance is the rockets. Beginning my tour at the ...
... took a shuttle van to the terminal. I was really tired by the time we boarded the ship. When we boarded the ship we were in a lobby or lounge area and there was no staff telling you where to go for the elevator. After getting past the crowdies in the way, we found our room. We had an interior room on the 8th floor. The room didn’t have enough counter space for our stuff and vibrated a lot. ...
... or video except for designated areas, and that we will be informed when that is. The nice lady repeats this caveat several times, and warns that because we are on Federal land the penalty can be up to seizure of the equipment. These guys are not kidding!
The first stop is a missile museum not open to the general public. Our doscent (expert) is an ex-torpedoman on Minuteman submarines, he does not like the Air Force and makes numerous jokes ...