Monday, July 25, 2005

Track the mission status

Nows the time to really be looking at this website. I know I already posted this before, but it's beginning to get a lot more exciting

http://www.spaceflightnow.com/shuttle/sts114/status.html


Right now, the weather is a little concern. Hopefully everything will turn out to be a success.

16 comments:

Steve said...

Thanks for the great site, glad there's someone else who still has that "childhood dream" of being an astronaut. I'll be watching the sky tomorrow morning!

~Steve

Minus the Nemesis said...

Nice blog! Good luck with your goal; it looks to be a very exciting job also!

dazul said...

hi! nice page

a dream is like a map of your life. Continue dreamig and just belive that will be trust

Jen said...

Hi Damaris, I just found your blog today. I am a shuttle tech for USA and live in Merritt Island, too. It's nice to find someone nearby.

Skiingred said...

Good Luck, Damaris! It is wonderful to see you following your heart.

Godspeed!

Lisa A.

thesof said...

I want my own shuttle too

Unknown!!! said...

Hi!...awesome blog....the pic..."A fighters view over the launch pad!" is great!!...Good luck with your goal....

JonasCanon said...

I must say, good goal, good luck, and I wish you the best of skill. Someday, there will be a Mars Mission, and I will see you on T.V. for months and months. Looks like you have a lot of fanfare. The VAB is so impressive, isn't it?
Best wishes.

xiaozhuweb said...

Your dreams come true, good luck!

-------a well-wishing from Shanghai

dalynn said...

finally, i found someone like u. so, ambitious & energetic.
hope to see u in sky one day..
gud luck..

a very nice doll said...

There's a couple of interesting theories in the general searh ..origins of the solar system and origins of the moon..earth. The theory is that a planetoid that was in the vicinity of Mars was enroute intent on passing over the earth when it collided with something causing it to veer off course striking the earth with such an impact that a portion of the earth was flung out and caught in the earth's gravitational forces forming what is the moon..the resulting trauma and consequent darkness is what triggered the ice ages and end of the dinosaur age.
the other interesting theory is that we desire this flight into the stars as an age old belief that heaven is your own home..and we're so far away.Nothing from nothing a silly thought but how can anyone have more,when all it means that someone else has less ..good word..enough or as the chinese more or less..all those extremes.

saumil said...

good learning experience

Faith said...

Great experience :) do remember to bring methere too.

SunnySideUp said...

You have a fabulous Blogg. Great job kiddo..... Keep smiling....

http://adayforsunny.blogspot.com

BJR said...

Killer blogg!

Dodi said...

Best Wishes...