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... loss of the Challenger in 2003 NASA analyzed the current system for 2.5 years, trying to come up with a redesign that would mitigate tile damage during lift-off, without success. They weren't even going to resume launches at all until a congressional board decided that they would fulfill their commitment to the International Space Station project as the main transport for most heavy lift items. (They also did a couple of spy sats, and a Hubble mission too)
... the intention of staying at Old Port Cove Marina. The cruising was perfect that day, with smooth waters, warm temperatures and relatively calm waters in spite of some wind (does it ever stop?) While we had to pass under some bridges, we only had to have a few opened resulting in a fairly consistent speed and a short day of travel. We traversed through several cities along the way including Palm Beach. Wow! That is one big city with some very huge boats. We are talking ...
We headed to the Atlantis Space Shuttle Exhibit hall. They have you watch two short movies in two separate rooms and then ta da! The big reveal --- the movie screen lifts up and you see the massive Atlantis shuttle in front of you and after that a few floors of exhibits. We had enough time to look at the shuttle for a few minutes and a few other things but then we had to jet to catch our 10:30 bus tour.
Our tour guide was a super ...
"Is it a simulator or simulator" what Georgina and Kate thought for the space launch activity "Beautiful salad" Compliments from people "Thought 'Theyre getting along really well. Not going to be a *****. Going to find another umbrella" Kate about Adrian and I at Arlington National ...
... film on the Space Station was just about the people doing amusing things in zero-G. Worst of all was the "Shuttle Launch Experience", which was more sad than disappointing. An array of former astronauts spoke to us from screens as we were lined-up and herded-along like cattle to an abattoir. We trusted these demi-god astronauts. They told us fervently and repeatedly that this would feel just like a real ...