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The link below is an audio file I preserved from my days working at Kennedy Space Center on the Space Shuttle. Don’t remember where I got it from, but I choose to keep it alive by posting it every year at about this time. It explains the … Continue reading
Written by Nancy Atkinson, this article, written for www.universetoday.com , has a nice take on the debate over spending money on NASA. Why do we explore? In the days of Magellan, Columbus and da Gama, undoubtedly the average person thought it … Continue reading
Just another photo of the sun– But if you look close, you can see Atlantis as it was positioning to catch the Hubble. Pretty cool!
STS-125 is on its way– I have been working at the pad prepping it for launch. I was in the commander’s seat when the RSS was rolled back last night at 1714 hr. It was a cool view out of … Continue reading
Working out at the pads now that Endeavour rolled out from the OPF. Mosquitoes haven’t come out yet, but expect to encounter them soon. Atlantis is on Pad A (in the foreground) and Endeavour is on Pad B standing by … Continue reading
I had this audio file for a couple of years now and like to post it around this time of year- it is a funny clip of how Santa’s mission would sound if NASA were to describe it. Not many people … Continue reading