Michoud VAC Ribbon Cutting

September 12, 2014. Today I went down to Michoud Assembly Center in New Orleans, LA. I went to see the ribbon cutting of the VAC ( Vertical Assemble Center). This  machine will take the SLS rocket barrels and stack as well as weld them together. Making the center core of the rocket. I loved hearing one speakers say how everyone was wearing the same yellow vest and he ask how they knew who worked with which company. They responded and said It doesn’t matter, we all work together as a team. This is how we should all be acting. All the countries coming together and working together to save all of us as humans and get us to Mars. It was great to revisit with NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden and see some of my old NASA friends. Overall it was great to see the next giant step leading toward our future exploration of Mars.

Au jour dui je suis allé à Michoud Assemble Center en New Orléans LA. Juis allé à voir le nouvelle VAC ( Vertical Assemble Center.) Ce machine vont construire SLS. J’ai  entendu un de les orateurs qui demande comment tous le monde savais qui travaille pour qui. Les personnes répondus que tous le monde travaille comme un équipe. Ça ces que tous le monde dois faire. J’ai visité avec Chairlie Bolden et des amis de NASA. le journée étais très amusant et progressif.

Hoy yo fui a Michoud Assemble Center en New Orleans LA. Yo vi la nueva máquina para construir el VAC( Vertical Assembly Center). Esta máquina van a construir el SLS. Yo oído un de oradores dice que cuando ello preguntó a un trabajador como tu sabes quien trabajar para que empresa. Un de trabajador respondió que todos trabajar como un equipo. Esto es como todo el mundo debes trabajar. Yo visito come Charlie Bolden y    otros amigos de NASA. Era muy divertido y progresiva.WP_20140912_09_19_56_Pro WP_20140912_09_46_47_Pro WP_20140912_09_47_05_Pro WP_20140912_10_33_55_Pro WP_20140912_11_10_55_Pro

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  1. […] NASA spokesman Paul Carson told the BBC that they take people like Alyssa very seriously, and she’s “taking all the right steps to eventually become an astronaut.” Earlier this year, Alyssa even spoke on a NASA panel in Washington, D.C. about the future of Mars exploration. Last month, she posted a photo of her with NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden at a NASA event in New Orleans: […]

  2. […] NASA spokesman Paul Carson told the BBC that they take people like Alyssa very seriously, and she’s “taking all the right steps to eventually become an astronaut.” Earlier this year, Alyssa even spoke on a NASA panel in Washington, D.C. about the future of Mars exploration. Last month, she posted a photo of her with NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden at a NASA event in New Orleans: […]

  3. […] NASA spokesman Paul Carson told the BBC that they take people like Alyssa very seriously, and she’s “taking all the right steps to eventually become an astronaut.” Earlier this year, Alyssa even spoke on a NASA panel in Washington, D.C. about the future of Mars exploration. Last month, she posted a photo of her with NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden at a NASA event in New Orleans: […]

  4. […] NASA spokesman Paul Carson told the BBC that they take people like Alyssa very seriously, and she’s “taking all the right steps to eventually become an astronaut.” Earlier this year, Alyssa even spoke on a NASA panel in Washington, D.C. about the future of Mars exploration. Last month, she posted a photo of her with NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden at a NASA event in New Orleans: […]

  5. Guardian says:

    Alyssa, as you reach for the stars, remember, ask – and it shall be given you; seek – and ye shall find; knock – and it shall be opened unto you.

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