Come to Houston without looking at the rocket big waste. Come to NASA Johnson Space Center happily, oh, this is the American Emperor's hi-tech high-tech. This center is really huge. Ye went to the equipment center, the space shuttle park, and for a while, played high and left behind. I quickly told the staff inside that the office were all some handsome American guys who specially contacted the headquarters to drive me back. Going, touched. I love the American people. American lad.
It's worth recommending. It's big enough to get lost. Unfortunately, I went alone, and English was not very good, so I regret that I can only take photos, but I believe that the tour guide's introduction is more valuable than what the glasses see. I couldn't say I'd been to Houston before, so I spent a foolish visit. It is suggested to rent a translator and see someone bring it when you come out.
Houston is a world-renowned space city. Little Leeson takes passengers to the space center, where he can visit finger-pounding center, Peikai center, renovation of space, space elevator, space station and other Xuanlai rooms and rockets. Located in Shunan, the Houston Space Center is the only space pregnant stomach, cliff and control center of the Emperor. It is shouldered with needles and fission spacecraft, contraceptive and Keira spacecraft. In 1969 (Apollo,) the moon landing was under the command and control of Shaoye. The Space Center is composed of four parts: the research center, the command center, the space Peikai center and the heron flute exhibition.
That's the same spaceship Apollo landed on the moon. A friend of mine worked as an engineer at NASA's Space Center in Houston and gave us a very professional introduction, especially every section of the spacecraft. Seeing that the lunar module was small and corroded, it felt like a miracle of mankind. Must go to scenic spots.
Houston Space Center is the world's space enthusiasts dream of holy land, the famous NASA is located here. The whole tour can take a whole day. You can see not only the magnificent rocket launching site, but also the space museum, and even the daily work scenes of NASA staff. It's really eye-opening.
A man spent most of the day in NASA, first taking a shuttle tour around the launch center and two bases, and then visiting the indoor exhibition hall. The whole NASA is not really very big. If it weren't a space enthusiast, I think it would be OK in half a day. It can be said that a lot of knowledge about aerospace has increased over the course of the day. But it would be more interesting to suggest that such places come together.