Space shuttle avoids debris when possible.
Impacts occur regularly on shuttle flights. Wired Science obtained the Hypervelocity Impact Database, which revealed that in the 54 missions from STS-50 through STS-114, space junk and meteoroids hit shuttle windows 1,634 times necessitating 92 window replacements. In addition, the shuttle's radiator was hit 317 times, actually causing holes in the radiator's facesheet 53 times.
Where Bankin's Funner!
I had to check this out. It's for real.
Follow that goose.
We will land here.
Great fun on the river today. We went under the Sundial Bridge. People on the bridge took lots of pictures of us. Maybe I will see them, one day.
I kept my camera in the dry bag. Since losing the Olympus camera to a damp trunk, I didn't want to take a chance of getting the Sanyo wet. I will have to get a Kayak camera for the next trip. It was beautiful on the river.
Panamanian golden frog.
I found these pictures in the "China View"-on line news.
Santa Fe (Photo Source: CRIENGLISH.com/Xinjo.com)
I don't know what is stranger; The pictures, or that I got Panama and Santa Fe pictures, from China.
In keeping with Dodging Space Garbage, I heartily recommend the DVD, "Wall-E".
Today's Relatively Appropriate Song;
Stardust - Artie Shaw