To say I have an amazing girlfriend and that I’m extremely fortunate she likes me back would be an understatement. She’s so cute and playful and smart and funny. She’s super sexy, too, yet retains an innocent “girl next door” appeal. I’ll keep her.
The anticipation for the STS-135 NASA Tweetup had been building since I received my congratulatory email June 10. I had connected with other attendees on Twitter and Facebook, read the resources listed on the wiki, planned the shots I wanted to get and with which camera, sent out a press release and done interviews, arranged […]
Friday morning of STS-135 NASA Tweetup began very early. It was launch day. The media poured into the Kennedy Space Center Press Site. I arrived shortly after five and set up my tripod on the bank just to the right of the Countdown Clock. The launch was three minutes late, at 11:29:039. Following are my […]
July 7, 2011 was the first day of the STS-135 NASA Tweetup. The first half of the day was spent in the twent, and the second half was spent on a tour of Launch Pad 39A and shuttle processing facilities at Kennedy Space Center. Following are my tweets from the day. Captions are the time […]
July 6, 2011 was a travel day to STS-135 NASA Tweetup. The highlight was in the evening, when tweetup attendees visited SpaceX for a special presentation at their facilities. Following are my tweets from the day. Captions are the time of the tweet. Click on any of the images to be taken to the actual […]
It’s going to be an exhilarating and busy few days. I’m currently sitting at Boston’s General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport (KBOS) waiting to board my flight. I got on a bus in Portland, Maine this morning at 03:15. Wednesday, July 6/L-2: Tweetup Day -1 18:30 SpaceX (@SpaceXer) to see the Dragon Spacecraft that orbited […]
If this is your first visit to my blog, welcome. I will be attending the NASA Tweetup for the final launch of an American Space Shuttle, Atlantis’ STS-135 mission. NASA has a full schedule of activities planned for us on July 7, including a tour of the Vehicle Assembly Building, retraction of the Rotating Service […]