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11/18/11 - Taking a break from Anime USA to head to the Air and Space Museum!

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A giant chunk of aerogel? That can mean only one thing! We're at the Air and Space Museum!
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SpaceShipOne! It's been too long since we last visited. Also the X-1!
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SpaceShipOne looks like it just came back from its flight
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Amanda's all about commercial spaceflight
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The holy grail
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This is where Buzz Aldrin's head was during launch and reentry!
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Looking further into Columbia
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So many switches
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I love the diagnostic wax still on the vehicle
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Friendship 7, America's first manned orbital flight!
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It's so small. I can't imagine getting in for a ride
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A replica of America's first satellite
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A Mariner probe built from flight hardware! Too bad it never flew
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Looking into Friendship 7
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John Glenn's control stick
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A closeup of the weird pull handles in Friendship 7
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One more with the switches in focus
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The handle on the door of Gemini IV. Ed White exited this very door for America's first spacewalk
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A closeup of some of the "computer" on the Gemini spacecraft
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It's incredible what they did with this gear
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Note the crumbled tail section of SpaceShipOne where it buckled from the pressure
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Here I am again in my favorite room in Washington DC!
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I'm pretty sure I have a nearly identical photo to this from last year
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Viking is so enormous!
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Checking out the Apollo 11 command module
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Stardust! This probe used aerogel to capture particles from the wake of a comet
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The X-15. More rocket than plane
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Were the old Soyuz capsules really that color?
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So much exposed wiring!
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The CSM stack is so big
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I saw this on the Soyuz and it made me laugh
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Great Scott! It's David Scott's lunar EVA suit!
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David Scott was the commander of Apollo 15. That grime is moon dust!
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This is an actual LM made with real flight hardware. It just never flew! Such a shame.
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For some reason both guys don't have commander's red stripes. Maybe the commander is the CM pilot?
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A wide angle shot of the LM
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Jeff loves the moon
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"Must.. get.. closer"
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Amanda's a pilot?
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And this, of course, is the national monument to bacon!
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