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... where the Orbiter may have gone into an uncontrollable spin during re-entry to the earth's atmosphere, during which the Pilot must be able to take control of the Orbiter, make decisions and perform actions, all the while being subjected to immense G-Forces and disorientation. Our challenge was to last one minute in the spinner, while being asked some questions, like what is your name to who was the first man on the moon. I was able to answer most questions, ...
... years old, that's older than 99.99% of rocks on earth.
We watched a great introduction on the development & flights of the Atlantis Shuttle, then huge doors open & there it is - hanging at an angle with open cargo bay doors for you to see into! Ron figured you could fit a 40ft motorhome in the there!! Absolutely amazing, we must have spent a couple of hours ...
... br> We've seen lots of Ospreys here, infact we've seen them everywhere, near towns, marshes, lagoons, & seashore! Anywhere there's water there seems to be Ospreys. In BC I usually see Ospreys near lakes so when I first heard them in St Augustine on the coast I was surprised. I guess the fishing a good in Florida!
The other fisher we've seen a lot of is the Kingfisher! You see ...
... at solid rocket booster seperation, SRB Sep I hear The Voice, you in row 4 (me!) put away your camera or I will stop the ride. Ooops, busted, they are obviously watching us with a camera!
The ride runs for a few more minutes, fuel tank separation and then simulated weightlessness. Apparently real shuttle astronauts have ridden the ride and called it a very close approximation to an actual launch. The real thing lasts just 8.5 minutes in which the astronauts go from ...
... Atlantis Rocket suspended from the ceiling. The audience actually began to clap - it was a bit overwhelming to see it in all it's glory.
We saw one of the two IMAX movies and just didn't have enough time to see the other. We had sadly gotten there late that day. But what we did see blew us away!
NASA FACTS - Firsts and Lasts
1st Astronauts to see Moon's Far Side - Frank Borman; ...