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Today’s Photo: Entrance to the Moon

Have you ever wanted to walk on the Moon or maybe, just feel like you are walking on the Moon?  When I was growing up, I kept the dream of being an astronaut alive much longer than my peers.  I was always fascinated by stars, planets, moons, galaxies, you name it.  If it was in space, I wanted to know about it.  So, as part of that, I imagined what it would have been like to be Neal Armstrong or Buzz Aldrin and take the first steps on the Moon.

While at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center, I was able to get my first taste of walking on the Moon.  Now, I missed out on the low gravity, but that did not take away from the experience.  I don’t remember if this exhibit had a specific name, but it was cool.  You walked into a hallway which was lit with small blue colored lights.  Then in the walk, there were these glass bowls.  I did not know what it was until my wife told me to stick my head into one.  Now, that in itself should have given my pause.

I stuck my head in this bowl and looked around.  It was dark.  I could barely see anything and then, I saw what looked like a Moonscape.  It was a pretty cool experience.  Imagine putting you head in a small trashcan and trying to see.  To that, you add the echoing of your own voice when you try to talk.  It makes for a very eerie feel.

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4 Responses to Entrance to the Moon

  1. Tim Stanley says:

    I love the light and color. You get the feeling that something ominous is behind the doors.

  2. Kris Koeller says:

    Pretty cool shot. Very sic-fi!

  3. Now that you mention it, this hallway reminded me of something out of Aliens. Thanks for the feedback.

  4. Marc Collins says:

    This looks like something out of a movie! Very cool

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