Last night was the world premiere of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2. and they released a new clip from the movie to celebrate. In the clip Drax has his own Jonah and the Whale moment (or Pinocchio for us Disney fans) proving sometimes… Read More »Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 drops new clip at World Premiere.
“Night Night, Groot” is a new story book from Marvel features the zany adventures of Rocket and Groot as they attempt to save the day and still get the cute baby Groot back for bedtime. Targeted for 3-5 year olds and those young at heart.… Read More »Read to your kids with new Groot and Rocket book
It’s a unique partnership between Marvel, one of the most iconic brands in comics and entertainment, and the International Space Station (ISS) – a mission patch that features Rocket and Groot from the popular Guardians of the Galaxy comics. As Rocket and Groot represent the… Read More »NASA Mission Patch features Marvel’s Rocket and Groot
For the first time in over 30 years, NASA is permitting Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex guests to tour the Launch Control Center – where NASA directors and engineers supervised all of the 152 launches for the space shuttle and Apollo programs. Anyone who has ever dreamed of being an astronaut or felt hope upon seeing a rocket launch should add this unique opportunity to their schedule when visiting Central Florida.
The KSC Up-Close: Launch Control Center (LCC) Tour, the second in Kennedy Space Center’s special 50th anniversary series of rare-access tours, takes visitors inside Firing Room 4, one of the LCC’s four firing rooms and the one from which all 21 space shuttle launches since 2006 were controlled.
Inside Firing Room 4, visitors pass by the computer consoles at which engineers monitored the computerized launch control system’s thousands of system checks every minute leading up to launch. They’ll see the main launch countdown clock and many large video monitors on the walls, and enter the “bubble room,” with its wall of interior windows through which the Kennedy Space Center management team viewed all of the proceedings below.
This page from a 1958 catalog of Disneyland souvenirs features such cool futuristic toys as your own Space Helmet, a model of Space Station S-1, and the famous Disneyland Moonliner Rocket. Check out the prices too. Just $1.00 for that Moonliner or $8.95 for the… Read More »Futuristic Toys of Tomorrowland 1958