[ LOOK TO SEE ]
[ July 26, 2005 ] — Watch with a young family as they witness their first manned rocket (Discovery), from the front yard of its small, recently purchased, turn-of-the-(20th) century, Florida cottage. Before launch, across the Indian River and Mosquito Lagoon, the space shuttle rests quietly on PAD 39A, next to the legendary Vertical Assembly Building (VAB).
“Look at the Ball of Fire”
Ten minutes on Florida’s Space Coast, including on the bank of the Indian River, watching the 2005 launch of the space shuttle Discovery … Seeing, hearing, and feeling a young family’s excitement as they watch, for the first time, a manned rocket leaving Cape Canaveral, this time on its way to the International Space Station, orbiting 300 miles above the Earth.
Listen to grandma Rose’s shriek, as she frantically calls out to her young grandson, “LOOK AT THE BALL OF FIRE, JOSH, LOOK AT THE BALL OF FIRE!”
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Life in Space
Florida’s Space Coast/ See It Like A Native.