He is in this picture, taken at the NASA John C. Stennis Space Center in south Mississippi this Saturday. This was a mississippi-mud event.
It's funny that you would mention this now. My mom was there a couple weeks (maybe a month now) back as part of a special research project with teachers from all over the country. It is done through Mississippi State University. She got to see...and hear..them test a space shuttle engine. They say it rains for a few minutes after every test because the heat released/moisture in the air or something like that. Their tour was very in-depth. It lasted a week!mdawg4x4 said:We had a blast! No pun intended! OK, pun was intended!
They said the tests for the old Saturn 5 rockets have been heard as far away as Baton Rouge, LA and Mobile, AL. They have been registered as a small earthquake. I have been past this place so many times, but have never gone on the tour. My daughter took some pics and video. I'll see what she got and post them if they are worthy.
We should have made this a "Guess which one is mdawg4x4" thread.... :smt003 Would have been funny! I didn't know which one was you. There was over 11 males in the pic. :smt001mdawg4x4 said:I work with a guy that co-oped at Stennis while in college. He said they publish a schedule of tests and the public is welcome to watch from the bleachers facing the smaller test stands. He said it is pretty awesome to watch. And said the night tests are the best, but he never had a chance to see a night test.