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Pictures taken during June 2015

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James looks like he was kidnapped
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Topaz is really excited
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Hey it's that place I want to go to!
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I still have never been to the Astronaut Hall of Fame.. and that didn't change this year! Someday..
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This stupid bridge wants to make me wait just a little bit longer
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The VAB!!
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I like this Commercial Crew banner
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Great shot of the ISS, though I don't think it actually flies all crooked like that
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Topaz is dual wielding both his personal camera and my camera
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NASA: where even the drainage ditches are over-engineered. Those are water baffles!
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I am so ready for this day.
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I made Topaz sit in all the capsules
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I really hope this guy has some sort of cooling system in there
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That fake Orion capsule is still sitting around
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It was funny watching Topaz slowly grasp the scale of the mockup shuttle stack. Without depth perception he had to walk right up to it.
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"This SRB is gigantic!"
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Looking up at the bottom of the external tank
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Well hello there
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It's been too long since I visited my old friend Atlantis
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Topaz was suitably impressed
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I can never have enough photos of me standing in front of spacecraft
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She's beautiful!
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I also can never have enough photos of spacecraft in general
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A closer shot of the RCS system
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The wide angle lens I borrowed this year really came in handy
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She's got a big nose but she wears it well
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This is where the front nose gear comes out
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Atlantis is displayed in the on-orbit configuration. Payload bay doors open, RMS extended, the works
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This guy worked on the shuttle for decades! It's always great to pick the brains of the experts NASA has on hand
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The Space Shuttle Main Engine is one of the most efficient engines ever created
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Baby got back?
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Topaz finds the life of a shuttle commander so dull
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I really can't get enough of how gorgeous this vehicle is
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Topaz too
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Who wants a thermal protection system rub?
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Topaz had fun spinning this tire from the last ever shuttle flight. It was the nose gear for STS-135
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Astronaut Jerry Ross! He's flown on seven shuttle missions and performed nine spacewalks!
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And now we're best friends
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Also Topaz
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Suz! What are you doing here??
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The bus to the launch pads
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Paul was a pretty great tour guide
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All temporary badged birds
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The security checkpoint leading to the Kennedy Space Center proper, not just the visitor complex
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Neat satellite dish
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Space Launch Complex 40! This is where SpaceX launches Falcon 9s from
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SLC-41 with a vehicle assembly building next to it
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The VAB for SLC-37. You can see a Delta IV being assembled inside!
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The big VAB looms in the background
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Various support buildings in between our road and SLC-40
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The KSC VAB, with the mobile launcher for SLS in the background
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From this angle we can see into the new SpaceX hangar at LC-39A
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Luckily, the rain kept away from us even if it did threaten us all day
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I think Topaz is having a good time
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Back to the bus? So soon?
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Posing in front of SLC-40
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This is a bad picture of this bird but Topaz liked it so I guess here it is
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We also drove around the Industrial Area a bit
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Looks pretty industrial
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Some neat valves and stuff outside the cryo test lab
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If I remember correctly, this is the building where the Orion test vehicle was housed
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It's so awesome seeing the VAB peeking up over the trees
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Paul was enthusiastic and knowledgeable. A perfect tour guide!
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We're going towards the VAB!
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The Orbiter Processing Facilities, where the shuttles used to live! Now they're being used by other aerospace companies and organizations
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The SLS MLP. Tired of acronyms yet?
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This is a cool sign
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We're on the Saturn Causeway!
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The old shuttle mobile launch platform and crawler, backed off from LC-39A at the request of SpaceX who didn't want it
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The always impressive treads of the crawler
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MLP 2?
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Pieces of LC-39B, I believe
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It turns out the road to Pad B was washed out a few days earlier so we got to go to Pad A and see what SpaceX has been up to!
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It's the new SpaceX hangar! Nearly complete but still not adorned with the SpaceX logo
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The FSS and RSS of LC-39A, left in place by SpaceX
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Lots of activity. By the time I got home from Florida that horizontal beam was already dismantled
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Let's take a peek inside the new hangar!
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Hey SpaceX, the logo on your security truck has the wrong aspect ratio!
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The fixed service structure, left in place by SpaceX. It will later be modified to support their launches
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They're even repainting the water tower
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The rotating service structure will also be left in place until they need to get rid of it. It's expensive to remove giant metal structures!
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Another angle of this amazing historical structure
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Nooo, we're going further away!
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Topaz snaps a few photos. Appropriate since we are at the A/B camera site!
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The VAB as seen from the A/B camera site
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We couldn't visit LC-39B but we could still see it from the camera site
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It's hot and humid, but it's pretty
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Looking back towards the bus and the VAB
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Posing with LC-39A again. A year later and a few pounds lighter
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Topaz thinks launchpads are neat
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This is every mission that launched from LC39-A!
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I don't have as many pictures of me on this trip.. but rest assured my smile was just as big the whole time
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Whoa! They painted an American flag on the side of the SpaceX hangar! That wasn't there a few days ago!
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Hello, SpaceX construction man
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Please enjoy this out of focus photo of whatever that is inside the SpaceX hangar
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Another view of the crawler and MLP
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Now onwards.. to the VAB!
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This is a mockup of the launch escape system for the Orion capsule
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Topaz was impressed with the size of the VAB
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I've been here before but it's always so great to be back
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This is the actual gantry and white room from launchpad 39-A! Hundreds of astronauts walked across this before launching
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The gantry has seen better days
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What used to connect here?
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The white room!
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This is an alarmingly enormous bug
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This is the part of the white room that would go up against the shuttle hatch
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I guess they just leave this mockup lying around
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I couldn't not pose with the white room
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Topaz too!
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This is where the magic happens
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I believe it's one big SRB that vents through four exhaust nozzles
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A lot of really cool things have happened in that building on and on this gantry
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This is that funny little armored vehicle the astronauts would use if they had to escape a dangerous situation on the pad. Mostly I think they just had fun driving it around in training
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Big doors on the VAB
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Looking down the gantry at the white room doors
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Ssshhh, it's a secret!
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One of the OPFs, orbiter processing facilities. I believe this one is now being used for commercial space flight companies.
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NASA gave a bunch of blank shuttle models to artists to paint and you could find several around KSC
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The other mobile launch platform, this time without the crawler. It makes it easier to see them as distinct structures.
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Ah yes, back at the Saturn V
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We came in through the back door but I had Topaz look at the ground until we got to the back so he could have the same "holy crap" experience as everyone else
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Raw power
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It's really difficult to capture the scale properly in a photo
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Looking into the old astrovan
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Topaz checking out the Saturn V
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Got to keep those engines in place..
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So much work went into the cooling channels built into the engine bell
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I challenged Topaz to lift a tread of the crawler.. without slipping a disc
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The back of the second stage. J-2 engines!
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An authentic lunar module! It's a tragedy it's here and not on the moon but it's pretty cool to see
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The back of the third stage only has one engine
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Looking back at the top of the tanks for the second stage
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Lunar rover!
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One of Gene Cernan's space suits! I believe this was for training
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The Apollo 14 command module Kitty Hawk. This is the actual vehicle!
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Jim Lovell's actual flight suit from Apollo 13
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Alan Shepard's space suit. I believe this is actually the one he wore on the moon.
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It's so incredible seeing the actual artifacts in person
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A page of mission rules that flew to the moon on Apollo 17
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A checklist from Apollo 10
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I'm not sure what this notebook is from
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Topaz was super excited to touch a piece of the moon
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I was super excited to get out of this weird corner
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Back to the main visitor complex!
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This simulator stunk
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Well hello again!
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Looking up at the foreward section of Atlantis from the ground
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The critical RCC panels on the leading edge of the wing
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I love zooming in to this shot.. you can see how the parts of the wing fit together so they could move
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Atlantis' left wingtip
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Hey, there's the bridge I watched both my launches from!
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I thought for sure with two days available I'd finally see the Astronaut Hall of Fame.. maybe next year
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Hey it's the rocket garden!
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Redstone, Atlas, Titan.. the gang's all here!
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Looking up at a Mercury-Atlas vehicle
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I'm not really sure what this guy is but it looks like an Atlas with an Agena on it?
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Mercury-Redstone! It looks so small compared to modern rockets
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Another view of the Mercury-Atlas
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The Saturn IB dwarfs the other rockets in the garden but it's nothing compared to its big brother, the Saturn V
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With eight H-1 engines on the back, the Saturn IB had about 26% more thrust at liftoff than a Falcon 9 (with Merlin 1D engines)
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How funny is it that the word "F1" is so important in two of my favorite fields
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Titan with a Gemini capsule on top
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Hmm.. ominous weather behind the Saturn IB
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The Apollo gantry never gets old
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Topaz couldn't quite believe that this was the actual gantry that the Apollo astronauts walked on
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The next surface they set foot on was the moon..
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It's bright in an Apollo capsule
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Looming rockets!
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The making of the previous photo
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The making of the making of that photo
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Topaz is pretty pumped
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Our tour guide for the LCC is John
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Oh man, here we are
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This VAB is a lot smaller
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One flag for each orbiter
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This is where the tour gets serious
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I'm not so sure about the font selection but this is pretty awesome
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Wow, one mounted patch for each manned mission launched from the KSC
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John spent a while talking about the layout of KSC and Cape Canaveral, using the convenient high resolution satellite image
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Whoa, cool mural
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Some old LCC gear!
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A "naked" version of those shuttles I keep seeing all around
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A lot of history up on this wall
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That's my shuttle mission!
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There were two plaques that didn't have a landing date.. sobering.
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This looks like Apollo-era gear
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I had fun pressing all the switches once it was made clear we were allowed to
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These panels are so cool
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Haha, audio bird deterrent system.. "mmmBIRD!"
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Everyone pile into the elevator!
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It's a little hard to read the door but it says "The greatest launch team in the world enters through these doors."
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Hey it's Jerry Ross again!
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He signed a copy of his book and a photo of him on a spacewalk
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Great shot
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I was pretty happy about it
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I laughed really hard when I saw that they specifically tell you to not eat it in the museum
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Wow, the Orion heat shield is pretty huge
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Mars Rovers in terrible lighting!
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Curiosity is enormous
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Topaz is friends with robots
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One more walk on the Apollo gantry
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One last walk through the rocket garden
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I made Topaz get into the Mercury capsule
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It was pretty cramped
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I love NASA!
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So does Topaz
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Time to go back to Orlando
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I'm pretty sure I have like 20 photos similar to this one but I don't care. It never gets old
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I love seeing how the landing gear fits in
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Insert belly rub joke here
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We got to touch samples of the thermal blankets! Not flown samples of course, but wow!
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I want to make a bed out of it.. it was tough but squishy and sort of soft
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An unflown tile from the belly of the orbiter
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Not only is this external tank foam, it's attached to a sample of external tank metal so you can get a sense of the challenge of insulating it
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Beta cloth! This is what the outer layer of space suits are made out of
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Of course, I can't not take another whole batch of photos of the payload bay
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This OMS pod has clearly put some years of service in
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This is where the fuel, oxygen, and various other goodies enter the orbiter (and the external tank!)
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The worm logo is cool but I still prefer the so called "meatball" NASA insignia
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So much texture on those thermal blankets
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The payload bay door also serve as radiators so it's very important they open and close properly!
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The RCS thrusters look small compared to the overall orbiter but they're pretty sizable
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Rockets big and small. In this show you see RCS, OMS, and SSME
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Those SSME engines are beasts
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Anyone in there?
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It's almost like the view from the SRBs when they separate
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You can almost imagine it in flight
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This is.. an awkward little area
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So many tiles..
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Looking back at the body flap
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That whole structure mounted to the aft portion of the payload bay is the airlock and docking mechanism
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This is where the shuttle docks with the ISS or Mir
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I'm not sure what all these cables do..
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I believe this is part of the mechanism that holds the payload bay doors closed
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A nice big Atlantis panorama
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Topaz was surprised at how enormous the Hubble is
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Moving on to the front of the vehicle..
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I can peek inside! Those are actual controls in the flight deck!
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Looking in the flight deck windows
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I want to flip those switches..
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This shot almost looks like it was actually taken in space!
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I love all the little details that add to the distinctive look. Stuff like that "danger" sign or the writing on the tiles never really register to the eye but when they're missing you know
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The rear of the payload bay. Good flag placement for photos!
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I believe this is the actual external tank vent hood (aka "beanie cap"). It pulled away excess gases as the shuttle sat on the pad
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Looking up the left wing of Atlantis
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The vehicle is so enormous
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Looking up at the body flap from below
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Well.. this is intriguing!
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I couldn't quite fit the whole vehicle.. but it's still a nice shot!
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Let's go to Disney World.. I guess
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Space Mountain!
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This is where they launch some of the fireworks for the big show at the end of the night
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Monorail sick bay
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A lot of Disney World looks like this but normal park-goers never see it
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Well.. here we are
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Ooo, consider me interested
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Topaz snaps some pictures
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Hey look, animals!
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I don't know what most of these animals are
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Hippos are scary
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Birds are stupid
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Giant alligator
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That's what our safari bus looks like
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Don't just stand around in the road!
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Elephant sighted!
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Hello elephant
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This photo is really similar to the previous one.. whoops
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Baby elephant
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More rhinos
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That's a big cat
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Typical cat
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Interlaced horses
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So many squigglehorns!
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This is how James reacts to all photos
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But.. Buffalo is harmless!
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Blech. So many people.
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The real Mount Everest doesn't really have a roller coaster.. or does it
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I agree!
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Insert golf ball joke here
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James in his native habitat on the monorail
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James loves monorails
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James says this place is called "Concourse unload" and it's the worst
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It's hard to get a normal photo of James
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Standing in front of the monorail control booth
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Bye Mariah!
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James tries to get out of the frame
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James tries really hard
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The monorail control panel!
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Golf ball golf ball golf ball golf ball golf ball
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Back to see these stupid robots in Spaceship Earth.. but now with more ISO!
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Moon landings!
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Disco computer scientist!
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I made a weird face for this thing
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Spaceship Eaaarrrtthhh
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Lens flares are cool
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James blue da ba dee da ba da
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Topaz designs a car...
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..and this is what he made
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Cars are cool?
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Fake computer gear at Mission: SPACE
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Inside the capsule!
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We found one of stupid dogtag machines... running Windows 3.1!!
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Time to leave Epcot
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Topaz had fun
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Time for Hollywood Studios!
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James loves 3D
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So does Topaz
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It was tough for me to convey that these Tinker Toys were like 15 feet tall
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Spooky desk at Tower of Terror
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Topaz unsafely eats turkey legs while driving crazy Star Wars vehicles
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Things are fun?
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Projecting images on water mist is pretty cool
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Various Disney characters ran around..
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Belle and the Beast
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Prince Eric and Ariel made an appearance
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Ariel is having fun
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Snow White!
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Black light snake!
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Water fountains!
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Disney Boat?
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Not so fast when he's sleepy
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This train is a fun ride
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I love cable cars because you can get really great photos from them
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Cheetah Hunt flies off into the distance
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SheiKra awaits
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People having fun on Cheetah Hunt
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The drop tower looms in the distance
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James loves rides
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A water ride would be alright in this heat
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Hi James
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We had James take the car ahead of us so I could take photos of him in the air
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What's over there?
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Some sort of... mammal.
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SheiKra is pretty photogenic
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Cheetah Hunt has this fun little dip
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Roller coaster!
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Hunt those cheetahs!
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Lions are sleepy
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So are lionesses
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This guy looks fast
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This guy looks freaked out
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Montu flies by
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Giraffes are tall
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Flamingos are weird
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This tortoise is probably as old as the country or something crazy like that
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James is attacked by a vicious hippo
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Some woman's funnel cake was attacked by vicious birds
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James couldn't wear his glasses on the drop tower
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So tall!
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James is having fun though
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I love roller coasters, can't you tell
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The coaster train scoops up a bunch of water as it goes by
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I'm touching a kangaroo!
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Kangaroos are lazy
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Whoa.. thanks, sign
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We're at the beach! Check out this giant inflatable slide!
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Walking out on to the pier in Tampa
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Welcome to the Gulf of Mexico
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It's a pretty nice beach
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I levitated over the water to get this photo
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Weird tattoo, dolphin
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I can't escape Pier 60!
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I can see why people like it here but there's too much sun for me
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James takes his photo of the day
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We're clearly used to walking on beaches
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James is more used to it than we are
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Topaz looks like a nerd who got lost
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See? I stood in the Gulf of Mexico
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Told you
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Under the pier
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James found a condemned hobbit hole
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The racing tube
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It's that place where I'm at!
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These tires were free!!
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This is what the track looks like from above. It used to be an Indycar track
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Not my car, but still a race car
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James loves this racecar chair simulator
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Hey Scott Kelly did this! He's in space right now!
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This is the car they use when kids do ridealongs
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It's that window net thing!
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Another NASCAR car. They're loud!
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I got to wear the full helmet and HANS device!
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Look how cool I am
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This is the car I rode around in
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James loves racing
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I'm a cool cool dude
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I just had to pose with my car
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This is blurry but it's the only shot of the car with me actually in it
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The ridealong was great! Time to take some photos of other ridealongs
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Pretty fast! I got up to around 130mph
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If I didn't have to fly home I would totally take one of these
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We're in the Bioshock Infinite hotel again!
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So many people..
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Josh was really really into the Disney stuff
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Oh god, I should have waited for a later bus
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Josh and Max found me.. just like they find QA bugs
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Reflective ceiling!
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Who's ready for meetings?
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Charles is ready for breakfast
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Everyone got their notebooks ready?
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Hey cool, the actual Yellow Power Ranger suit!
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Same with the Pink Ranger
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Josh was really into this Toy Story shooting game
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I completely crushed everyone else since I had played it earlier and learned the tricks
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Jacob does his model shot
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Everyone loves Chewbacca
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Hi Max
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We found Nate!
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Artie is a dance machine
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This New York skyline seems.. odd
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Oh cool, I'll just take the subway home
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Hey, what the hell!
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Cool DJ truck
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Josh is.. having a good time
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Craig is having such a good time he's about to burst a blood vessel
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Hi Kailey!!
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Alright drunkards.. follow the DJ cart!
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We all shuffle off to the next area in the park
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This lady spooked me by creeping up next to me and jumping into the conversation
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Professional cosplayer!
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I snapped this shot on the Rock n Roller Coaster before quickly putting my camera away
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Mike is always ready for some freefall
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Rock on, DJ man
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I'm sure you're all wondering why I called you here today..
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Topaz's never ending vacation continues with a flight to Germany
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Good luck out there!
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We found this big airplane near the airport. Which I guess makes sense
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Old plane
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I don't know anything else about this plane
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These are the keys to the monorail!
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James. Loves. Crayons.
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Also parmesan cheese
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James gave me a quick tour of the weird Disney employee park thing
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This guy is terrifying
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This game is stupid but it feels like you're winning when coins fall down
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Of course, we had to do a little more kart racing
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Except it had rained and we had to wait for the track to dry
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You should really see a dentist, man
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This is how we decided what movie to watch. We ended up watching National Treasure
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Photo of the photo of the day
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Gods have ads now?
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Phone phone phone
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Last minute photo as I jump out of the car at the airport. Bye James!
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Max and Mike came too!
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At least we get to wait in the shade here
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It's Jerry's door!
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Hey look at all that cereal
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Josh sets up camp on the couch
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This is way more surreal than you even think
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Now I want some cereal
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I look so natural
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You guys, remember phones?
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Check out this computer!
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Max loves Seinfeld
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Where are the pedals??
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Bye Superman
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"What's the deal with spotlights?"
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I wanted to put this on my head
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I suspect these are not the authentic props
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Josh assumes the Costanza position
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Mike couldn't keep a straight face
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Such passion
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Max, unfortunately, could keep a straight face
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Oh god, moving on..
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I wonder if this is the actual Monks seat
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They're very refreshing
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Josh helps Ted go over some last minute details of his character
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I still needed to pick some spells
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One of these lenses is for drinking, one is for pictures
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This is going to be fun
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Oh man, we are so ready
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Eiwe and Purnell seem to know what they're doing
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Josh gave a little speech and I made it awkward for him
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Heavy weighs the.. two macbooks of a DM
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Purnell looks something up
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Omnipotent Josh
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Thask is a prude
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This D&D session brought to you by Apple
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D&D is fun
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What kind of posture is this, Max?
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The all knowing d20
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Whoa, Purnell can draw!
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Let's go home
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NYC traffic is fun
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Check out this burger
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Check out this.. crazy lady
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There's no power at Vic's house but that won't stop us from playing Magic
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Bryce once again tricked everyone into not killing him until it was too late
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Mel can't help but make insane faces when she sees a camera. It's why she works in film.
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Alan.. what are you taking a picture of.
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We took a scary tour of the basement in the dark
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An also the kitchen
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Look out, Alan!!
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Omar's here!
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Dean is wondering who the hell all these peopl eare
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Hi Dean!
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Mel inspects Dean. Dean.. wonders.
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Oh by the way, the power came back on in the morning, as predicted!
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Hi Will
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Look out, Dean!!
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Jesus Christ, Mel. Why do you do this??
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OK.. ready for AMVs?
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Alan sure is
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Vic sets up the gear. Dean supervises.
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This is what it looks like to be Vic's TV
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Ain't no party like an AMV prescreening party
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The 2014 trophies had a bunch of misprints so we got to grab one! I got "1st Place Damatic/Serious"
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A billion hours later, Vic tells us who made the videos
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Alan tries out his unabomber look
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Rain is scary
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Jefferson is just.. standing in the heavy rain not even attempting to stay dry
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Van ride!!
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Amanda loves diners.
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Hi Omar
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Let's order some food
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Mel looks almost normal here
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Everyone smile! ..or not
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Albert got some kind of gross milkshake flavor but I forgot what it was
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We had some fun looking up fake Magic cards
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This giant Pacman arcade machine was amazing
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Dramatic right to the end
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Oh god.. I remember sunlight
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Bryce is really disappointed that the CRS-7 Falcon 9 disintegrated
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Everyone was shellshocked by the launch failure. No, not really. Just me.
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Katie and Peter joined us for breakfast
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Will seems really proud of himself
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Hi Peter!
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Vic wrote my actual trophy title on the bottom of my misprint trophy
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That's me!
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