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NASA and United Space Alliance employees have just been informed that due to President Obama attending the launch of Space Shuttle Endeavour on Friday, the entire facility will be on lock-down, and they will not be permitted to leave their offices to watch the launch in person.
Their big payoff is being able to watch the Shuttle launch and successfully make it into space
Originally posted by neo96
and i am highly suspect of the man obama who essentially killed the space program in america
going to see the fruits of his labor the last shuttle ever to be launched from america
god save the king obama
may the sun never fade from his most glorious visage
all hail the king.
Will you be watching when the space shuttle Endeavour makes its historic final launch from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center? The University of Delaware’s Doug White will be. He’s been selected from a pool of 4,100 applicants to watch the event in person from about three miles away and to receive back-stage access to NASA astronauts, scientists, and engineers.
About two dozen students from Pasteur Elementary School on Detroit’s west side are headed to Florida to watch the final launch of the Space Shuttle Endeavour, the Detroit Public Schools announced today.
Students, parents, and staff have tickets to enter the launch site viewing area Kennedy Space Center in Florida. They plan to leave on a bus Wednesday, April 27.
Barbara Nixon and Brian Prince are among 150 space enthusiasts and Twitter users invited to participate in a "tweetup" surrounding the launch of space shuttle Endeavour on mission STS-134 at Kennedy Space Center on Florida's East Coast. They will have special access to the launch complex and will watch the liftoff from the KSC press site, the closest viewing site for anyone other than NASA employees.
U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, President Barack Obama and his family and likely scores of other VIPs will have their prime vantage points for Friday’s launch of the space shuttle Endeavour. The Twitter community will have one too.
As with the past couple of launches, NASA has invited 150 of its Twitter followers, randomly selected from more than 4,000 who registered, to the launch. They’ll be centered in a Twitter tent at the Kennedy Space Center press site, sending their 140-character observations to the world over Twitter.com.
Originally posted by neo96
reply to post by OutKast Searcher
now why on earth why would i ever applaud that dolt who cuts nasa and defense
and doubles the entitlement programs in this country
now honestly why would i?
sorry it aint ever going to happen.
novemeber second i will be thankful when hes out of office god,allah,aqua buddah willing.
NASA employees cannot watch the launch, but this guy can? Forgive me if I have just a little trouble believing an unsourced post on FreeRepublic.
I am highly suspect of your blog source....posted by "Barnzy"????
A friend of a friend told someone..blah blah blah.
I don't see why employees would be locked in their office...that makes no sense.
Speaking of 10 lashings - how does Obama equate into this..? Oh, that's right - it was an opportunity to forward your own agenda.