Monday, June 29, 2009

June 27th Rocket Launch, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station

While we were having dinner at the house of Orville and Mary the other day, Mary was watching the TV news. All of a sudden, she rushed going outside as she told us that the rocket was launching. All of us followed her, and there it was up in the sky, the rocket. I was so happy, because the first time I had witnessed a rocket launching, I was not able to see anything because of its dark cloudy sky. We only heard the loud roar. But that time, it was so clear that we really saw it rocketing through the outer space, and of course, we also heard the loud roar of it. It was such an awesome sight that I thanked God for giving me the chance to witness it. It was something that I only used to see in the movie house and television.
Here are the information about the rocket launching:
Launch window: 2214-2314 GMT (6:14-7:14 p.m. EDT)
Launch site: SLC-37B, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida The United Launch Alliance Delta 4 rocket launch the Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite O, or GOES O, for NASA and NOAA. The weather satellite orbit 22,300 miles above the planet to monitor conditions across the U.S. The rocket flew in the Medium+ (4,2) configuration with two solid rocket boosters. Delayed from April, June 12, July 20, August, Nov. 5, December 2007, Jan. 22, Feb. 10, March and April 6. Delayed from April 28 due to liquid oxygen leak found during countdown dress rehearsal. Pushed back from mid-May for component modification in linear shape charges. Scrubbed June 26 due to thunderstorms.


Denise said...

I would love to see a rocket launch.

Anonymous said...

Lucky you.
I wish the same for everyone.
When man will reach SUN ?

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katherine said...

wow are so lucky. Sana ako din, makakita ng live rocket launch at hindi movie or tv hehehe

elaine @ peace for the journey said...

What a sight that must have been...

Kind of points us home, does it not?! There is so much more that awaits us, friend.

Can't wait to share heaven with you.