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Pictures taken on 07/20/19

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The Washington Monument with some ominous clouds appoaching
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Now it's a Saturn V!
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Lots of people like space
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Now if they would just turn around and register that support with the white building with the dome..
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This is really really cool
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This guy is gigantic!
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Finally caught a little lightning in the approaching thunderstorm. Luckily it just missed us
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Guys, it's a Saturn V
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Please stop standing up
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Saturn V on the mall!
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Almost time for the show to start
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This is a very narrow place to assemble a rocket
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It's launching! Some stupid part of me expected it to continue off the top of the monument
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I think that's a life-sized CSM/S-IVB
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The thunderstorm is coming!
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The lights were really great
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Let's keep getting closer!
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Lots of cops
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I don't think people were allowed to walk this close to the real Saturn V when it was being fueled
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Hey. It's a Saturn V
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I wonder if that's how high the MLP really was
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We're so far forward here that in the second showing we couldn't hear any of the music or rocket noise
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Pretty lights
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They could've made it a little taller!
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Now it's giant vacuum tube
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Sunset at night
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Away it goes
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The LM is landing!
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That's a big footprint
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Let's see how close I can get
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I got this close
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Looking back up the mall
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Well that was fun. Time to head back
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Saturn V peeking over the trees
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It seems weird that this equipment was just out in the open, especially with the thunderstorm approaching
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Yeah I'm sure this would tolerate water. Note the box fan.. it was hot
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One last look back
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There was an event in the Air and Space Museum but the line was too long so I went home
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