She and I did go on Sunday, and if you were in the building with the "First Photos of Mars" movie around noon and saw a woman being wheeled out on a stretcher with a mustached dude nearby, you likely saw both of us. She just had a combination of heat exposure, low blood sugar, and standing fatigue (she was fine then and better now).My mom enjoys the "stuff" to see, but not so much the terrain aspects; but since she was out of town last year when I went for the first time, I'm hoping she can go and the weather won't be as hot and dry this time. I left early enough AND made it back in time for a stupid home repair appointment issue.
I can't claim credit. It's from a friend who posted it on social media. All of SoCal got worked up. Old farts like me remember when Vandenberg AFB sent things aloft routinely in the 60s-70s. It's never been a big deal. We even have weak-minded fools saying it's UFOs or government shenanigans akin to the chemtrail theorists (or should I say knuckleheads).Nice pic TE!
Niiiiiiiiiiice!It was the folks from Vandenberg AFB playing with their toys last night. Another launch down the Pacific Test Range that half of California can see....
I saw that an giggled about it.
I have to say that I am a little jealous.My little slice of Cali is quite interesting. Vandenberg AFB is to the southwest of me; due east is Edwards AFB and the new Mojave Space Port (Sir Richard Branson's playground) and all are responsible for aerial treats on a regular basis.