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JOHN THOMAS (king57)


Kennedy Space Center and Air Force Station

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9. May 2015 at 17:09:56 Share
JOHN THOMAS I have posted some photos of the Kennedy Space Center and the Air Force Station. All rockets are real and were flight ready. Some very cool and old stuff. The Saturn 5 is number 20. NASA built 20 Saturn rockets. 17 flew Number 20 is here at the Space Center. Number 19 is in Houston and number 18 I think is in Huntsville. There is a real moon Rock you can tough, a few Billion years old. The Air Force Station rockets were also flight ready. The last 3 photos are of the 3rd to last Space Shuttle launch right from my front door.
9. May 2015 at 17:37:14
Mats Bengtsson A lot of interesting photos. Thank you so much for sharing them John.
9. May 2015 at 17:43:11
Christian Bruer I thought Snoopy only can fly Biplanes to hunt the red baron! I did not know he was an astronaut too :)
Interesting and impressive photos, thx for sharing.
10. May 2015 at 08:54:50
Holger Kranich Cool stuff, John! THX!
10. May 2015 at 10:15:50
JOHN THOMAS Thanks to all
10. May 2015 at 11:03:35
Kerry COX That was amazing stuff. Thanx John. :)
10. May 2015 at 21:29:11
Jeffrey Riedesel Thanks for sharing
11. May 2015 at 05:41:39
Stefan Suessemilch Great pics John! I've been there in 2014 and loved it, especially the Atlantis show!! Thnx for sharing ;)
11. May 2015 at 19:54:44
Gerald Willing Thanks for sharing
11. May 2015 at 23:59:30
JOHN THOMAS Thanks Gerald. If I find any more I will post them
12. May 2015 at 00:02:36
Marcelo Paiva One of the best and most interesting tech museums I have ever been!
28. August 2015 at 12:27:08
Roberto Rocat Amazing machines, thanks for sharing these pictures.
28. August 2015 at 14:42:22
JOHN THOMAS Thanks Marcelo & Roberto. Marcelo I should have your F-14 photos up soon
29. August 2015 at 00:15:14
Clifford Keesler Hey I know that F-106A (AD-246) that the astrounats are posed in front of, I was the crew chief on it, when it was converted to a drone. Neat pic's thanks for sharing. It is neat to see an aircraft you actually worked on in a museum.
29. August 2015 at 02:51:07
JOHN THOMAS Wow, Clifford that really cool that you worked on that Aircraft.
29. August 2015 at 17:10:37
Clifford Keesler Thanks John. I am glad that a few have survived and are in musuems and not all blown up. I think there is another one on Display a Holliman AFB, that I also worked on. We converted 188 A's and B's to target drones.
30. August 2015 at 01:37:36
JOHN THOMAS My album for T.C. Bradley
8. October 2018 at 13:12:58
Spanjaard wow, missed this album before, amazing stuff to see! thanks for sharing.
9. October 2018 at 21:11:43
Glenn . Great photos of some big firecrackers John
9. October 2018 at 23:31:29
JOHN THOMAS Thanks, Glenn and Spanjaard
10. October 2018 at 00:11:46
Marcel Klemmer These picutures are always worth to be looked at.
10. October 2018 at 06:58:03
JOHN THOMAS Marcel, Thanks
10. October 2018 at 12:18:44
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