Join Date: Jan 2003
Location: Plato crater, Moon
Gee, that's a very nice rocket display. The best thing is that they are all in the same scale so we can see right away how small was the Redstone rocket , Titan, Atlas compared to the HUGE Saturn V. Is this ''Man in space'' kit still produced of you bought it years ago ?
I'm currently rewatching (for the I don't know how many times) ''From the Earth to the Moon''.... Man it's a very good series. And during my one week at the beach, I've read 2 very good ebooks ''Liberty Bell 7 The Suborbital Mercury Flight of Virgil I. Grissom'' and also ''Apollo Missions Unsung Heroes''. I've learned a lot of unknow stuff...... for sure that Gus DIDN'T blow up the hatch.... Also, did you guys know that NASA had some very suspicious reasons to suspect that the Soviets were doing some RF interference from a submarine near the Cape during the preparation of Apollo 11? The bizarre thing is that once NASA finished intalling a huge dish on top of the VAB (Vehicule Assembly Building) to pinpoint the origine of the RF inteference, it all stopped.... If your a fan of this fantastic early space program, get those books.....