Resistance is Futile

The Hive Mind at Work Shhh!  He’s sleeping. I wanted to share this photo to prove a point. The Borg – for those of you who aren’t up to speed with Star Trek – are an inter-connected species that process and share information by parallel computing.  Essentially, each Borg processes information in support of the […]

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Orbiter Endeavour Prepares for the After Life

I didn’t plan on ever showing this photo. In fact, I didn’t plan on ever doing any processing of this photo. You see, NASA has this way of simultaneously exciting and disappointing me. For instance, I wanted to get a photo of the Space Shuttle on the launch pad. Being somewhat anal-retentive about preparation, I […]

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This Way to Infinity…and Beyond

What you see above is essentially the womb of America’s Space Program. Inside the Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB), NASA assembled its rockets from the Apollo program to the Space Shuttle. These days, most folks are familiar with the image of the Space Shuttle rolling out of this building, but it was constructed for the Saturn […]

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KSC Opens the VAB

I’ve never shown this shot before due to one simple reason.  It’s not very impressive.  Sadly, this is as close to the Vehicle Assembly Building as most people can get.  Even if you visit the Kennedy Space Center, this stop isn’t part of the standard admission.  You have to take an extra-cost tour and…well, that’s […]

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Disappointment and Heartbreak at KSC

I was so eager. I was so prepared. I’d done everything right, and the photo opportunity I craved just turned to shit. I’m even embarrassed to put up this photo for my effort, but it’s all I’ve got. In fact, the dismal and dreary appearance reflects my mood about the day. So let me fill […]

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