Monday, July 10, 2006

A day of Discovery at JSC Houston




It was an awesome experience to watch Discovery launch on the 4th of July, but visiting Johnson Space Center on Sunday was an added treat.

We took the tours that went onsite to the historic Mission Control, which was only a short distance from the current Mission Control white and blue rooms that are handling the current shuttle mission, and also the ISS mission. It has been thirty-years since I last visited, and things have changed alot. From walking around to the various building, to a guided tour and a Six-Flags type playscape and exhibits for the kids, it was agreat day to visit. My children will remember this trip for a long time.

Even better, you can follow the mission online:

http://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/nasatv/index.html

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