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Well I thought this place was out of this world with its museum of the later Rockets and all the gear that has been involved with the space shuttles.

Sheila and I spent the day at this place while on holiday in Disney not too far to travel and a must for anyone with the slightest interest in space flight.

As you will see on one of our pictures one of the shuttles has been put outside for you to walk around inside as well as looking around the outside and you can see from our picture just how big these shuttles are.

The Future

In the next 20 years, NASA will be laying the groundwork for sending humans not only beyond Earth's orbit, but further into to space than they've ever been. The next key steps are:

Complete the International Space Station and retire the Space Shuttle by 2010

Begin robotic missions to the moon by 2008 and return people there by 2020

Continue robotic exploration of Mars and the Solar System

Develop a crew exploration vehicle and other technologies required to send people beyond low Earth orbit

Though nearly 50 years old, NASA is only beginning the most exciting part of its existence.

Written by  mikevalesenior.

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