Monthly Archives: November 2004
According to this article in the San Bernardino County Sun Starbucks is headed for Baker, California. A useful stop halfway between Los Angeles and Las Vegas, sort of in the middle of nowhere. I wonder if they will they have … Continue reading
New Train Line Takes Scenic Route This looks like it would be fun to try out.
I shot this image a couple of minutes after the NASA B-52 dropped the X-43A on its successful Mach-10 flight this afternoon. The image was taken from the west side of the Palos Verdes Peninsula with an Olympus C-765. This … Continue reading
NASA almost blew another one of its science projects in this Spaceref.com article, A DART Near Miss: Infighting at Orbital – and Deceiving NASA. It has the echoes of a bad disaster movie.
Pixar’s “The Incredibles” had a tribute and a rather nice cameo. The hero wardrobe designer Edna Moe bears a resemblance to Universal Studios costume designer Edith Head. A nice touch was the cameo of Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnston, two … Continue reading
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Here is a recording of the air-to-ground radio communications of the X2 flight of SpaceShipOne.