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Monday, August 10, 2009

Inside the Display Area

I still have pictures in my folder about my travel in Fort Canaveral, Florida. This is the display area of Saturn V Rocket of the famous Apollo program. The whole facility at the middle occupied by the huge size of the rocket which travelled the moon.
I went underneath this steel and viewing closer to the parts of the rocket displayed like this one. You can imagine how huge this rocket is. From one end to the other end of the facility.
On each side are restaurants and stores. There are small display on each side like the moon rover.
If you are fascinated in Science and innovation, this is your place. You will really find the NASA as an awesome place to visit. It will continue to give you wonders. Well, I am!
I saw Filipinos, Indians, British and other nationalities in here as tourists. It is not so crowded because the tourists were scattered in groups to different facilities in the entire Kennedy Space Center.
The right stuff to buy your remembrance. I noticed though, that most of the items/products they sell were made in China. Just like in Disney World, most of their products were imported from this country.

1 comment:

  1. oiiist dami opps dito ah hehehe... sayang nga lang at medyo madilim mga pics..


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