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  1. #45
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    I went to Florida in 2009 the day after we lost 2-0 to Macc Town

    While I was there there was a night launch of the Shuttle. Definately worth the wait until the early hours for it. It was like daylight again when it blasted off.

    Anyway, we know the moon landings are not real as the world is Flat!........... 🤪

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  3. #46
    Quote Originally Posted by AlienTitWrench View Post
    I went to Florida in 2009 the day after we lost 2-0 to Macc Town

    While I was there there was a night launch of the Shuttle. Definately worth the wait until the early hours for it. It was like daylight again when it blasted off.

    Anyway, we know the moon landings are not real as the world is Flat!........... ��
    We also know the moon landings were faked because they brought back rocks, if they'd really been there they'd have got a few pounds of green cheese!

  4. #47
    Quote Originally Posted by AlienTitWrench View Post
    I went to Florida in 2009 the day after we lost 2-0 to Macc Town

    While I was there there was a night launch of the Shuttle. Definately worth the wait until the early hours for it. It was like daylight again when it blasted off.

    Anyway, we know the moon landings are not real as the world is Flat!........... ��
    A friend of mine lived half the year in Daytona Beach which is just north of Cape Canavaral, he used to say the noise from the Shuttle on take off was deafening. Must have been an incredible sight to witness in person.

    I can't imagine the math and the precision to send the rockets/shuttle up and bring them down/retrieve them again

  5. #48
    Quote Originally Posted by Paul6754 View Post
    A friend of mine lived half the year in Daytona Beach which is just north of Cape Canavaral, he used to say the noise from the Shuttle on take off was deafening. Must have been an incredible sight to witness in person.

    I can't imagine the math and the precision to send the rockets/shuttle up and bring them down/retrieve them again
    Can you imagine then what it will be like to see the launch of latest rocket of the Space Launch System in 2019.
    Slightly shorter than the Saturn V the new SLS can produce 8.4 million lbs. of thrust,compared to the Saturn V's thrust of 7.5 million lbs.
    What will that sound like?

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    Scientists today announce that a body of water has been found on Mars !

    Apparently it is situated under the South Pole With a width of about 20km and at least 1m deep !

    Evidence of past surface water had been known for a while, but this is the first time water itself has been found to be present.

    Wow !

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