We go from the shrink-wrapped delivery of its individual parts to its birth in the hangars Kennedy Space Center's Vehicle Assembly Buidling, High Bay 4. From its engine tests in the Utah desert to its first real launch this past Wednesday, complete with a nice shot of its "shock egg" vapor plume.
Let's begin the weekend properly with some high-res rocketry photos, shall we?
NASA brilliant approach to space . But many times mission has been failed . www.expertcertify.com
Do you expect that there will be nothing but success? Are you so diluted to think that you can succeed without failing first?
Failures show us where our problems exist. It would be nice if you could have success without failure, but that is not how things work in this world.
Also keep in mind the EXTREME dangers involved in Space Flight... The odds are against success in space flight.
way over my head. I no can brain today, i has the dumbs.