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The Curiosity Mars rover undergoes final assembly inside the Spacecraft Assembly Facility at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory...in Pasadena, California.
Me striking a pose with the Curiosity Mars rover inside the Spacecraft Assembly Facility, at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California.
The space shuttle Endeavour on display outside of the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza in South L.A.
The space shuttle Endeavor making a turn.
The space shuttle Endeavor flying by with chase plane.
The space shuttle Endeavor flying overhead
Last flight of Discovery.
Endeavour on display. in her enclosure at the
Shuttle Endeavour last fly-by over Mountain View's Ames Research Center
My 1/12 scale Gemini Titan II lift-off at Distant Thunder launch.  Photo taken by my rocket buddy Jeremiah Ritmiller.  Weight 45 lbs height 10 ft diameter 10 in.  Altitude just under 2,000 ft. Motors-
Sea side Rocket Launch, Cocoa Beach, FL.
My 3rd place entry, a flying shopvac, in the LDRS 30 "Oddrocks" contest as seen on the Science Channel.  Pic taken by my rocket buddy Jeremiah Rittmiller.  Weighed 20lbs, reached altitude of about 300
Shuttle Endeavour at Ellington Field by Johnson Space Center en route to Los Angeles.
Shuttle Endeavour and her ride taxiing after touchdown at Ellington Field by Johnson Space Center in Houston.
Close-up of Endeavour and her ride.
Shuttle Endeavour on its 747 transport with NASA chase plane.
Endeavour circling Johnson Space Center from our marina a mile away.
During a special Cub Scout overnight event at the museum my son Tyler dreams of space while sleeping under a replica of the Lunar Lander at the Virginia Air & Space Museum in Hampton Virginia.
The space shuttle Discovery flying over the Washington Monument in Washington D.C. on its final voyage. April 2012.
The space shuttle Discovery flying over the Smithsonian Castle on the Mall in Washington D.C. on its final voyage. April, 2012.
The space shuttle Discovery flying over the Washington Monument in Washington D.C. on its final voyage. April 17,2012.
The space shuttle Discovery flying over the Lincoln Memorial and World War 2 Memorial in Washington D.C. on its final voyage. April 17,2012.
The last moment of space shuttle Endeavour flying in the sky, convoyed by two F-18s

1st Annual Air & Space Photo Contest
My 3rd place entry, a flying shopvac, in the LDRS 30 "Oddrocks" contest as seen on the Science Channel. Pic taken by my rocket buddy Jeremiah Rittmiller. Weighed 20lbs, reached altitude of about 300

My 3rd place entry, a flying shopvac, in the LDRS 30 "Oddrocks" contest as seen on the Science Channel. Pic taken by my rocket buddy Jeremiah Rittmiller. Weighed 20lbs, reached altitude of about 300 feet. Motor-(1) K550, 290 lbs of thrust.

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