Most people don't know of this site and I personally don't know who is the person that keeps updating it.. BUT it gets updated FREQUENTLY and I find it as the best resource.....
Hosted by Spaceflight Now
The website is: http://www.spaceflightnow.com/shuttle/sts114/status.html
We're go for launch Tuesday July 26th at 10:39 a.m
This is it everyone!!!! :)
Wednesday, July 20, 2005
Best Website EVER to track STS-114 and other launches to come!
Posted by Damaris Sarria Toepel at 10:17 PM
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Good luck, space pirate
Isnt it interesting how they are now going to launch after failing to fix this problem?
Is it important or not? :)
Boy nasa is a horrible mess.
Just get a guy in there like me, willing to kick some ass if things dont work out, think outside of the box, and get things done right.
i think its really cool what your doing, no one has every writen anything about this kind of topic and i think its great!
Keep it up!
not only does it allow me and many others to see and take part in what your doing, but it inspires me to do bigger and better things.
PER ARDURA AD ASTRA!
Good luck. I always wanted to be an astronaut, but I am now 36 and my eyes aren't good enough for it. Have a nice trip.
Hi Damaris! I just came across your site (followed a link from Blogger's home page of "newly posted" items). Have sent a link to your site to my ambitious and brilliant 13 year old niece who has been to Space Camp. I'll be visiting here again. Sending wishes for your continued success!
Hiya Damaris. Good luck mate! Remember to wave to the rest of us on your way up there...
I hope you enjoy the site and remember to follow your dreams no matter what others may think of them.
Super man! :O)
Becoming an Astronaut must be hard work. I wish you the best in your quest.
Hi! It's my first time to your site and I got you bookmarked already. My children, especially me eldest is very much interested in becoming an astronaut too...they'll enjoy seeing the pictures and reading your adventures. Keep it coming!
You so rock. I wish you the best. was in Florida but they canceled the launch. Hope to make the landing at Edwards if they go there....don't stop for anything on your goal!!!
Wow! good luck to you!
I have enjoyed your website.
Nice sts-discovery pictures!
You where very close It's my
dream to see the launch but right
now im in the situatian that I can
not come to usa!
I think I'd be too scared to climb into a ship headed for space. NASA doesn't have that great a record lately.
But I'd still like to see more money budgeted for them. How cool would it be to have a base on the moon? One can only dream...
Me alegra mucho que una mujer nos cuente como hacer sus sueños realidad, eres un ejemplo para todas. Muchas suerte y muchas felicidades.
congrats for the weblog girl! I liked, and I will follow my dreams just like you do...
I have always been facinated with flight and the US space program, so I was thrilled when my husband found your blog.
I plan on visiting your blog often with my daughter, whom I homeschool.
Your pictures are fabulous! And thanks so much for the fantastic link to track the launch.
Best wishes to you as you follow your dreams!
Is there any other way to be in touch with you? I mean for some reason, I don't like AIM. Do you have an email address which I can use to be in contact with you?
It's great on what you do... I am too dream on becoming an astronaut, same age but from Kuwait ;) Hope that we will be on same expedition to MARS !!!
I know you will accomplish your goals...you just keep being persistant and believe in yourself. Hopefully I will see your picture as on of the crew on one of those space missions in a few years to come...
GO get'em =)
It's great to see another fellow Aggie (I'm a '94) trying for the program! I've known since I was 8 that this was what I wanted to do. It will be a few years before I make it. I've accepted the fact that I'll be older when I get there, but I just want to get there.
That's all that matters.
As soon as we get 114 up, maybe then things will start to move again
Who updates the site?
It's not me.
Good luck with the beautiful rockets.
Great Blog! Excellent imagery. Best wishes on your journey to the stars!
First timer here. Nice blog. Never knew about all those stuff and some really cool pics. Hey could you blog on the training they give you.
Okay, you got me but what is your status with NASA, what is your job, how did you come about being part of this program, etc.?
your blog brings me back to my childhood dream! of cousre i'm living very different way of life. hahaha! anyway, it's just fantastic!
Good Luck Damaris,
John Glenn visited our grade school in Boardman Ohio and I wanted to become an Astronaut. Instead, I became a helicopter test pilot (Female) :) for the United States Army. Before each flight I would pray and cover the aircraft with the blood of Jesus. If they had asked me to fly the shuttle the day after the Challenger exploded, I would have said "when do we launch?"
I wish you all the glory that God can give you, never quit, you have the right stuff! Captaindevo BTW,
Your an Astronaut already, your just waiting for your flight!
Great link! We'll be watching from North Myrtle Beach
wow!!! I was just browsing through blogger.com and I came across your site, and to my surprise this page is very interesting...I myself also have dreams of becoming an astronaut. This is awesome I've never known anyone who got as far as you did in reaching their dreams of flight and space exploration. You are one amazing person!
i am a 13 yr old girl that dreams to work at NASA someday... i like you site :D
I WANT BE COME I PILOT SOMEDAY
good luck with the mission and I hope you enjoy your dream! GOD bless!
from south africa!
i wish you all the best, and must thank that i really today learnt alot by visiting your blogspot. really, it is such an amazing and worth visit for every one. onceagain, i wish you all the best.
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