Super 8 Titusville Kennedy Space Center Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... some unexpected results in those who tempt to take on the challenge. I faced it head on, following the instructions and advice of our Trainer, Jillian, who was great. So needless to say, I survived. I had an adverse side effects during or after the Spin Trainer. It's a really strange experience and can easily disorient you and affect your physical, mind and thinking ability. Hence why Astronauts are put to such a test. The idea is to put an astronaut in a ...
... amp; how it's made up of multiple parts. The engines, fuel, pay load, crew capsule, abort capsule, Because of our visit here I must admit I understand the parts of a rocket much better & what roll each part plays in each mission. (See I even know the terms)
To top it all of we got to touch a piece of moon rock, basalt actually!!
Some of the lunar samples have been dated ...
... wetlands and drier uplands supporting a mixed or coniferous forest." Now I know why they call the campground Manatee Hammock!
We drove through the salt & fresh water marshes & spotted 2 alligators that looked like they were having a nap. As I crept closer for a better photo for you guys, a fellow warned me not to get too close!!
... with the shuttle; support equipment, CanadArm, landing gear, etc. These get a cursory once over, but the shuttle dominates the space and dominates my attention. The rocket nozzles on the back end are most impressive. I recently read an article about the development of these engines, and the various technical challenges the designers had to overcome were amazing. They had so many failures it is astounding they had the tenacity to carry on. In the end they exceed the ...
... version of Star Tours so I figured I could survive the fake launch. It was pretty cool after all.
Later that evening we checked into our underwhelming moldy smelling 'suite' complete with warnings to not leave valuables in our room and that if we take the 1980's alarm clock they will charge us $25 and if we take the 1970's coffee maker they will charge us $50 (apparently these are very sought after shabby hotel collectors items)