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... were on offer to me, but to allow family and couples to be together during the exercise, I opted to be the Flight Control Officer stationed in the Mission Control Center. Little did I know then, but this role would turn out to be the most interesting, detailed, crucial and fun role to play. It was funny afterwards when I made a comment along the lines of "I hope everyone could understand my Australian accent" to which the response was "We loved hearing your ...
... were actively exploring space.
We took a bus tour around the site, it takes you to the assembly building & past some of the launch sites but unfortunately we couldn't understand the guide! He was from the Deep South & had a very strong accent so we missed most of the presentation!
... Today Merritt Island Wildlife Refuge manages the 43 mile long barrier island consisting of freshwater & saltwater marshes, scrub, hardwood hammocks & coastal dunes housing over 500 species of wildlife.
Walking on a boardwalk through a section of marshes & oak "hammock" we heard an Armadillo scratching around in the dry vegetation & managed to get this photo of his tail!! I always thought a hammock was ...
... the bus driver & tour guide being personally responsible for restoring the Eagle population back to its former glory.
I get back to the Visitor Complex in time to see a 3D IMAX about the International Space Station. It runs about 45 minutes and is incredible! I walk out of the theatre proud to be a human being, and proud to see what we can accomplish as a race when we stop hitting each other over the head and trying to steal each other's stuff for 5 ...
... pounds, this is 60 million..." crazy!! Also the heights of the buildings and launch pad. The largest building with the flag on the side is 58 stories high and is the largest one story bldg. in the world! The flag is several stories high and the stripes are about 8 feet each.
We were dropped off at one of the buildings over there that housed a full-sized rocket! You could actually walk under it ...