I was one of a small group of people that was about to go to Kennedy Space Center last August and see the Juno rocket launch. It was a great experience and since I never posted any of the pictures…here’s one
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May 8, 2012 by Kelly
May 13, 2010 by Kelly
I’m sitting in the NASATweetup tent as I type this. Everyone is all like up in my business (shout out to Brian Feldman) – no actually, everyone in the tent is giddy and ready to hear what the speakers have to say.
Agendas have been passed out. NASA camera crews are getting set up and starting to live stream.
There are cameras in everyone’s hands and Twitter may just implode with all of the #nasatweetup tweeting. Seriously.
Jeff and I may have gotten a bit lost coming out to the Press site. Passed the VAB. I’m not making any promises, but I’m pretty sure the Astrovan may or may not have passed us a couple of times. We went down the wrong road a few times and BAM! There it was. I think. It was a fancy windstream bus.
Right now, we are listening/watching a NASA video, waiting on the important people to show. Wait, there they are. Handshakes are happening at the day. That means they are important, right?
Well, it’s about time to get started, I’m going to be taking pictures and trying to update here and Twitter for the next couple of days.
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