Tiara By The Sea
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... Apparently it was designed by veteran astronauts and it was great to actually get some idea of what it is like for them to head into space. All of us loved it! There was so much more to do at Kennedy Space Centre but unfortunately we ran out of time, even though we had been there for close to nine hours. If you're ever thinking of visiting try and give yourself more than one day. It really is a great place and we would have loved to have explored it even further ...
... Room 4 today and imagine what it must have been like during the final countdowns of each mission. Previously used to manage Apollo and Space Shuttle launches, the firing room used about 600 engineers and managers in the Apollo era and 200 personnel in the space shuttle era. The room is outfitted with semi- circular computer consoles that serve as the nerve centre for mission control. It is here that the test director polls ...
... together in the future - but also I would like EVERYONE to experience what we have experienced in Haiti. (whoever wants to - but I HIGHLY recommend it)
Here is to those we are impacting - and trust me - we are making a difference in Haiti -
I am 100% committed to our company supporting this project and I am still able to help in the community that I live in.
... one of the astronauts. This was so much better than we all expected. The buffet lunch was really nice and we met a lovely couple from the UK. As we ate Bill a retired astronaut talked about his two missions in space. It was so interesting and we all really enjoyed it. After our photo with him we went out on the tour bus which took us to the NASA launch pad. This place was so huge and it would've been pretty ...
... we head for the I-Max 3D video of the International Space Station, narrated by Tom Cruise this 45 minute video had been filmed by the various crews as they have built the space station piece by piece, it was actually the last thing we did while we were there and probably the greatest thing.
Watching the film is very inspiring and makes you realise what we are capable of and how important the continual exploration of space is to our existence down here on ...