Because there are some things a dog can't explain to a monkey.
We're 12F this morning. No wind though, so it didn't feel that bad. Mom
shitty thing won't let me paste in pictures.you'll have to click on the links Me in the clean room
more pics, now if I could only find the on orbit deployment photos.It went up on shuttle Atlantis on STS-129, november 2009. This is the MISSE-7B experiment module and is currently mounted on the Express Logistics Carrier on the outside of the station.You might be able to find video on youtube.Anyways, here's more photosyour kids names on the mil-spec power relaysand:my friend James doing last minute software debug
here's the pic after the experiment plate is integrated into the carrier tray. This is the ram-facing experiment, and this is the one your kids names are buried inside of.MISSE-7B-RAMbtw, MISSE is:Materials International Space Station Experiment.
MISSE on it's way up:launch
another pic Shuttle in orbit
So if you're wondering, I'm posting here because I don't have your e-mail or phone info. So shoot me your contact info.My e-mail is my picasa user name @ gmail.comI uploaded the remainder of the interesting photos:shuttle approachrobotic armspacewalk to install MISSEmore spacewalkafter install 1after install 2ISS viewed from departing shuttleAnd there's more photos in those albums you can browse.See ya,Andy
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