A United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket launched the Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF) 4 communications satellite for the U.S. Air Force on 17 October 2018 at 12:15 a.m. from Space Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station as seen here in a time exposure looking north over the Indian River Lagoon. Click to view my AEHF-4 launch gallery.
Categories: Rocket Launch • Tags: Advanced Extremely High Frequency, AEHF-4, Atlas V, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Indian River Lagoon, SLC 41, Space Launch Complex 41, U.S. Air Force, ULA, United Launch Alliance
From the interpretive panel at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex: Hand Casts of Apollo Astronauts International Latex Corporation – 1960s Hand and body casts were made to create custom-made spacesuits for each astronaut’s shape. A set of three suits with custom gloves were made for each astronaut; one to be used for training, one to be used for flight, and a third as a backup suit in the event of damage to one of the others. The hand casts […]
Drawn over by the rapid fire clicking of the camera shutter, an Otter takes a break from foraging to satisfy its curiosity about what is making all the noise little knowing he is the center of all the attention! From the OspreyWatch project
Times change and the main highway moves away taking the tourists with it, which seems to be the case with this abandoned juice and souvenir stand in central Florida. Note what appears to be an Osprey nest atop the pineapple juice sign sticking up from the Brazilian Pepper.