Super 8 Titusville Kennedy Space Center Area
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... some paper towel around it and allowed us to feel the heat on one side, but not the other. The heat generated was enough to start the paper towel to burn. Quite fascinating to see. It was then time to be presented with out ATX Training certificates. A small group ceremony with our instructor Jillian. What an awesome experience that was. We finished around 2 pm, after which I was fortunate enough to be driven by one of the couples doing the ATX experience with me, ...
... test flight on December 5th travelled 2 orbits of the earth, & reached altitudes of 3,600 miles above earth at speeds of more than 20,000 mph. The bottom is the heat shield turned into a red hot fire ball on re- entry, which happened at the unimaginable top speed before it splashed down in the Pacific Ocean.
We attended ...
... br> The next room opens with a V2 rocket engine captured right from Peenemünde. Included with it came with a complimentary German Rocket Scientist named Werner von Braun who then spear headed the US space initiative. The V2 rockets that rained down on London during the second world war provided the basis for all liquid fueled rockets since then. Swords into plowshares, eh?
The launch control room features an enormous analog computer ...
... 108 degrees F. We intended to camp in Fort Pierce, but upon arrival at that campground discovered that it didn't have a swimming pool. After driving another hour we were at Lake Okeechobee, where there is one of the largest and nicest KOA campgrounds. It was a relaxing 3 days spent mostly in the pool, where we met some interesting people. Jayne overheard several people talking. One of them, Ken Doney, had been ...
This morning we drove to Cape Canaveral and visited the Kennedy Space Centre, which is where most of the famous rockets have been launched.
Some of the highlights were:
1. Space Shuttle Atlantis (The first space shuttle with 33 successful missions to space)
2. Apolo Saturn V Centre (Holds Saturn V, the rocket that ...