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Pictures taken on 10/17/19

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Nice morning for a train ride
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Hey it's the new 2U building!
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It's that crazy stair egg thing
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It's pretty neat in person
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Josh pointed out that this building looks like a butt
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This building does not look like a butt
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Hi Josh
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This structure slides back and forth like the New Safe Confinement!
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I think this is the building I saw being constructed on my daily commute
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Josh and I are going to see the museum on the Intrepid!
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Look at all those airplanes
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Hudson Yards
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F-16 looking good
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SR-71 is getting some work done
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This is a jet-looking jet
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Cool folding wings
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Radar!
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Handle with care
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"OF JET"
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These wires look.. fine
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I want totouch
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Josh was fascinated by these tubes that people could shout into as a power-free intercom
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So many phones
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These are some intense looking dials
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Some old veterans were there to explain how stuff worked. Very cool
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Not a bad bed
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Ludicrous speed?
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I wonder what modern equivalent of this looks to
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Cool 24 hour clock
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Josh is a sailor man
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Josh declares this to be a ship of peace
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Nice view
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Hey this area sure looks familiar
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Do not touch!
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More strange instruments
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Switches
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The view from the brudge
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Look at Josh. He is the captain now.
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Let's go see Enterprise!
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T-38! This is the jet that astronauts learn how to fly
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OV-101 looking good as always
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It's so hard to get a good photo of Enterprise in this small space
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Fred Haise and Gordon Fullerton looked through these windows during the first flight of Enterprise
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Chunky wings
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Looking down the port side
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Enterprise doesn't get enough credit
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Josh with Enterprise
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Me with Enterprise. I have a gigantic and heavy backpack on
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Decent wide angle shot of Enterprise
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Scars for her sister, OV-102
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Another view of the left wing
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So many tiles. Well, no tiles, really. But normally there's a lot of tiles here
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Scars from STS-107 testing
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Wind tunnel model of the orbiter
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Wind tunnel model of an early version of the shuttle
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Signatures from the RCC team?
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The RCC panels are big
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Enterprise still has its name on the payload bay door, the old style
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Soyuz is a little smaller
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Pile-o-orbiters
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Josh and I wondered why they were selling this donut toy
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What it looks like to recover a Gemini
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Concorde! Someday I'll get down there
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Josh considers getting into the bunk
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It was very uncomfortable
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I almost beat the day's score for landing the shuttle simulator! I was just slightly too fast
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The side of Gemini
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It's time to see The Adventure Zone!
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Suz is excited
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No real cameras were allowed in the theater for some reason, so cell photos are all I've got
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It was an incredible theater
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The view from our seats!
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Become the Monster
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It's the McElroys!
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It was a great show
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Justin and Clint McElroy
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Who are you pointing at?
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Clint's got a Narfblaster!
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