Since Saturday afternoon, we’ve been camped along the Indian River in Titusville, Florida – right off Highway US 1. We’ve been enjoying a completely awesome nomadic rendezvous with Sean Welsh and Louise Hornor of Our Odyssey as temporary neighbors (it’s our first in person meeting after years of cyber stalking each other around the country.) We’ll post most later about our time with them.
What we’re here for was to watch the last planned night shuttle launch. And one of the last five shuttle launches, period.
I lived on the Space Coast of Florida for 12 years before going nomadic. Stepping outside to watch a launch is an amazing part of everyday life here, and an experience that never gets old. I feel very blessed to have serendipitiously ended up back on the Space Coast, in the perfect area to watch this last night launch.
Only on two other occasions had I made the effort to get a close up view and see the entire launch from engine ignition.
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