Happy 31st anniversary to Apollo 11!

Happy 31st anniversary to Apollo 11!

Post by Bob Kapl » Fri, 21 Jul 2000 04:00:00



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Happy 31st anniversary to Apollo 11!

Post by Hilty Information Syste » Fri, 21 Jul 2000 04:00:00


Agreed!

I'm off to beautiful Wapakoneta, Ohio this weekend (along with fellow
MTMA'ers Mark Recktenwald, and Bruce Levison) to join CSAR at the Neil
Armstrong Museum for their annual commemerative launch!

Hope someone brings a Saturn V... mine's still in the box!

John Glenn's Mercury Atlas will fly tho'!

tah

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Happy 31st anniversary to Apollo 11!

Post by Jeff Cowle » Fri, 21 Jul 2000 04:00:00


I beleive they need to skip the ISS, and go straight to building the
Enterprise. :-)

--
- Jeff

I think answering 40 questions (almost) earns me the right to get out of the
corner. :-)

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Quote:
> Yeah, I agree..

> Where are the outer colonies and the flying cars damnit!!!

> Seriously though, we should get out there because we are
> ruining this planet at a rate that should scare evryone.....

> --
> Kev


> "fly it or frag it..."



> > Greetings,
> > I remember when they walked on the moon. The whole world stopped what it
> was
> > doing and watched.
> > We had Walter Cronkite telling us that we would have people living on
the
> moon,
> > and Mars by now. When Walter spoke to a boy my age, it was as iff God
> himself
> > had pronounced judgement. Not even parents could overrule Walter.
> > It is the biggest dissapointment of my life that we have no Lunar or
Mars
> > colonies now. After all, Walter promissed.
> > Happy Aniv, but the dream was never fulfilled.

> > Demosthenes

 
 
 

Happy 31st anniversary to Apollo 11!

Post by Demosthenes1 » Sat, 22 Jul 2000 04:00:00


Greetings,
I remember when they walked on the moon. The whole world stopped what it was
doing and watched.
We had Walter Cronkite telling us that we would have people living on the moon,
and Mars by now. When Walter spoke to a boy my age, it was as iff God himself
had pronounced judgement. Not even parents could overrule Walter.
It is the biggest dissapointment of my life that we have no Lunar or Mars
colonies now. After all, Walter promissed.
Happy Aniv, but the dream was never fulfilled.

Demosthenes

 
 
 

Happy 31st anniversary to Apollo 11!

Post by Kevco » Sat, 22 Jul 2000 04:00:00


Yeah, I agree..

Where are the outer colonies and the flying cars damnit!!!

Seriously though, we should get out there because we are
ruining this planet at a rate that should scare evryone.....

--
Kev


"fly it or frag it..."


Quote:
> Greetings,
> I remember when they walked on the moon. The whole world stopped what it
was
> doing and watched.
> We had Walter Cronkite telling us that we would have people living on the
moon,
> and Mars by now. When Walter spoke to a boy my age, it was as iff God
himself
> had pronounced judgement. Not even parents could overrule Walter.
> It is the biggest dissapointment of my life that we have no Lunar or Mars
> colonies now. After all, Walter promissed.
> Happy Aniv, but the dream was never fulfilled.

> Demosthenes

 
 
 

Happy 31st anniversary to Apollo 11!

Post by Dave Pachec » Sat, 22 Jul 2000 04:00:00


On Thu, 20 Jul 2000 23:57:31 -0700, "Jeff Cowles"

Quote:

>I beleive they need to skip the ISS, and go straight to building the
>Enterprise. :-)

Yeah, but forget the first four. Start with the Enterprise D, but
don't blow it up this time :-)

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Happy 31st anniversary to Apollo 11!

Post by Mark Recktenwal » Sat, 22 Jul 2000 04:00:00


Quote:

> Agreed!

> I'm off to beautiful Wapakoneta, Ohio this weekend (along with fellow
> MTMA'ers Mark Recktenwald, and Bruce Levison) to join CSAR at the Neil
> Armstrong Museum for their annual commemerative launch!

> Hope someone brings a Saturn V... mine's still in the box!

My Estes re-issue Saturn V is also in the box, but I will fly my scratch
1:154 scale version.

Quote:
> John Glenn's Mercury Atlas will fly tho'!

My Estes Atlas is still in the box too. Not been building much lately,
gotta get on the stick this building season (winter).

--
Mark Recktenwald
Stow, Ohio
NAR #77432, Level 1, Co V.P./Sec'y MTMA, NAR Section #606
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