Friday, December 08, 2006


Here's to a break in the clouds so Shuttle Discovery can safely take off tonight at 9:35 EST.

One of the benefits of being a Floridian is being able to see the shuttle launches and, let me tell you, the night launches are spectacular.


cube said...

Yes, geek that I am, I'm watching the EDTV2 feed.

Godspeed, Discovery.

cube said...

T minus 9 minutes...

cube said...

1 minute 30 seconds window remaining...

cube said...

We have to declare a scrub at this time.

WomanHonorThyself said...

aw hope u enjoyed it!

tlm said...

Well, there you go with those Floridian generalizations again, cube! :)

(We can't see anything up here. Except cold air.)

The Merry Widow said...

Morning, Cube. Was dealing with stopped up drains! But I figured it wouldn't go, cloud deck was wayyyyy to heavy and and the wind was picking up in speed!
Living so close I get the same weather!
Good morning, G*D bless and Maranatha!


Jamie said...

I bet this is an awesome thing to witness. Only thing I've seen was a couple of shooting stars...sad huh?

Brooke said...

So they didn't go?

Figures. I guess we'll have to wait 'till Saturday.

cube said...

woman: the lift off was scrubbed.

tlm: ahem, it's a good view for us central Floridians. Happy? ;-)

tmw: it was all about the weather.

jamie: it looks like a giant candle. I think the next attempt will be Saturday night.

Shooting stars are pretty cool too.

The Merry Widow said...

Jaime-An upside down candle flying at greater and greater speed away from you! At night the saturn VA looked like the sun coming up, in a hurry!


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