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NASA SLS QM2 Booster Test

12 Jul 2016, 14:01 UTC
NASA SLS QM2 Booster Test
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This past weekend/Monday, and Tuesday – I attended a NASA Social event named QM2 in Promontory, Utah at the Orbital ATK facilities. NASA was testing one of the SLS booster’s that will eventually be what takes humans to explore our solar system. I’ve created video, photographs, and had some articles by others written up about my events, but I haven’t even told anyone first hand the events that conspired this past week, amazing as they are.
Saturday, I flew out of Gillette, Wyo. airport. I wouldn’t recommend that airport if you’re into having something to do. However, the small size of the airport allows for easy navigation. I digress.
I landed in Salt Lake City around 7 PM. Busy, busy, busy! As I tried finding my rental car, I started getting flustered with the amount of people in this airport. I’m used to small county airports. I’m not going to lie though, hindsight has set in, and I crave the presence of people on their adventures, or traveling for work doing big things. Flying is such a miracle.
I was ecstatic when I arrived at E-Z-Rent-a-Car (I highly recommend this company, they’re amazing) and got a Kia Soul. These are ...

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