Thursday, August 09, 2007

Space Shuttle Enterprise

Built in 1976, the Enterprise was the first space shuttle orbiter but never flew in space. It was used for series of atmospheric test flights including free-flights and landings to test systems and aerodynamic performance.

I have quite a few more pictures from the Air and Space Museum that I have yet to upload, and those will come. However, our time in DC is drawing to a close and we'll be getting back on the road soon.

Yesterday, to combat the 100 degree F weather, we made a 3-hour excursion to sandy beaches of Ocean City, MD and had a swim in the Atlantic Ocean!


  1. Hey Guys:

    I hope your trip home is goin good and enjoying the lovely scenery along the way......
    I hope it is not too hot for you ..
    Email me when you get a chance ok...
    Miss you..

  2. Nice pic of the Enterprise! It must be fascinating to see something like that in person.

    Brandon Watts
    Criteo Evangelist


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