Florida, May 2010

I traveled to Florida in May 2010 to watch the STS-132 Space Shuttle Atlantis launch. I also stayed in Cocoa Beach and visited the Kennedy Space Center Visitors Complex.

For me, this was a dream trip. I’ve been fascinated by the space program, even more so starting last year during the Apollo 11 40th anniversary. It was very important to me to see a manned space launch, and there were only three shuttle launches remaining. After the last launch, it will be 5 years or more until the next manned launches in North America.

The stories from the trip are as follows:

Preparation: http://myredbmw.net/2010/05/12/preparing-for-sts-132/

The Launch: http://myredbmw.net/2010/05/14/sts-132-atlantis-launch/

Launch Video notes: http://myredbmw.net/2010/05/15/sts-132-video-coming/

Visiting Cocoa Beach: http://myredbmw.net/2010/05/15/visiting-cocoa-beach/

Kennedy Space Center: http://myredbmw.net/2010/05/16/kennedy-space-center-vistors-complex/

Problems returning to Canada: http://myredbmw.net/2010/05/17/air-travel-frustrations/

The launch video I prepared: http://myredbmw.net/2010/08/11/sts-132-launch-video/

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