#ISS1Year NASA Social at JSC
I'm not one for selfies, but I couldn't resist. Here I am, badged and on the bus for the NASA Social.
We got a surprise send-off from astronaut Clay Anderson. His wife, Susan, was our group's tour guide for the day.
On our way to Building 30 to see the Christopher C. Kraft, Jr. Mission Control Centers.
"The men and women who work here have been vital to the success of every manned space flight since Gemini 4 in 1965."
The view from the ISS Flight Control Viewing Room.
Another view of the ISS Flight Control Viewing Room.
The technology in the Apollo-era Mission Operations Control Room is an homage to analog tech.
This control room is now a designated National Historic Landmark.
Emily J. Nelson is the 10th female and is number 70 of NASA's 85 flight directors.
I had a chance to sit in the Flight Director seat in the Apollo-era Mission Operations Control Room.
Many mission operations proclamations lines the walls in the Apollo-era Mission Operations Control Room.
A wide shot of the Apollo-era Mission Operations Control Room, which is now a National Historic Landmark.
I kept marveling at the analog technology that sent our astronauts into space.
The red phone was a direct connection to the President from the the Apollo-era Mission Operations Control Center.
Just chatting with the President from the red phone inside the Apollo-era Mission Operations Control Center.
Photos from past missions line the walls in Building 30.