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... scrubbed, so we headed over to the busses, which would take us back to the Visitors' Complex.
On Friday, day 3 at KSC, we went to the Astronaut Hall of Fame, which told the story of each astronaut and had displays of space suits and other equipment used in their flights.
Again that night we awaited the rocket launch, but again it was scrubbed due to bad weather and rescheduled for Saturday night. Saturday night we decided to watch ...
... and the Immigration process is very different from our other experiences. Here your have to use data screens, etc., for most of the interactions with the officials.
Then it was off to the hotel and an overnight stay before heading home.
Today, we took it easy. Had to get a jump-start for the car as it had been idle for so long. Once over that hurdle it was home to Melbourne Beach, a couple of days rest and then organizing and repacking for the trip West.
... Mars mission and Hubble Telescope - Helen had a attack of information overload.
We managed to be at the centre on the day they launched MAVEN which is a probe to Mars we were a good distance away as the closed spots were full. We were listening to the countdown when the rocket launched - there was a delay in the countdown so no one was prepared for the photo shoot. Grabbed a ...
... leaves, and bark are
used to treat various aliments. It was a sunny day and I found it very
pleasant in the shade but the heat was a bit oppressive in the sun. When the walk ended around 10:30 I returned to the ship to relax a bit, returning to the island for lunch.
When the walk ended around 10:30 I returned to the ship to relax a bit, returning to the island for lunch. A cookout (mostly ...
... September), laying as many as 190 soft, round white eggs per nest. The eggs incubate in the sand for 55 to 62 days. Volunteers walk the beach during the day to mark the nests with stakes and red tape. Melbourne Beach to Wabasso Beach is the largest sea turtle nesting area in the US and hosts 15,000 to 25,000 nesting sea turtles every year. These were loggerhead turtles that we saw.