If you are a long time reader of this blog, or if you know me in person, you will know that I love space and closely follow what happens at NASA. I’ve written several posts in the past 12 months about this interest.
- April 16, 2009 | Did I mention that I’m a NASA Geek?
- May 10: 2009 | Comparing the Tools NASA uses to the Tools that Christians Use
- May 30: 2009 | Answering Wayne Hale’s Question: Why Climb the Highest Mountain?
- June 12: 2009 | Built in Holds during the Launch Sequence
On Tuesday August 25 while many are sleeping, at 1:36am, Shuttle Discovery will take off from Kennedy Space Center in Florida for a 13 day mission to the International Space Station.
Instead of coming up with new analogies for this mission, I figured I’d offer up these from the past. Enjoy. Comment where led.