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Houston Space Center

Saturday, February 24, 2007

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Dreary, drizzly morning, so we watch a little TV (Houston has their big rodeo this week, so they have info about that and their parade this morning) and then head to the Houston Space Center. We spend all day there. They have a tram tour that drops you off at the Mission Control Center to see that room and at the astronaut training building to see much of that equipment. They have several movies and shows about space, especially the International Space Station and future plans. Of the three space museums we've seen on the trip, this one was the most interesting, probably because it focuses on what is happening now and the future versus what we've done in the past.

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Posted by jengelman 06:54 Archived in USA Tagged family_travel

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I love the cat picture- too funny. Well the snow has started! I am going to try to send you some pictures, we finally got a new computer but I am having problems with it since it has Windows Vista which is new and doesn't want to take all software, so I will work on that so Joe can see some snow! As always, be safe!
Robin

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