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Friday, July 08, 2011
DC Adventure :: Smithsonian - Air & Space
This museum had lots of artillery including missiles, attack planes, and different types of bullets. The biggest one I saw was four inches long.
I got to work the controls of a battleship. It didn't really do anything. It looked more complicated than a modern one would look like.
They also had this station where you sit on a spinning tool and held a bicylce wheel and someone spun it and when I turned the wheel, I turned on my stool without having to move myself.
Compared to all the other planets, Saturn was bigger than I thought - almost as big as Jupiter, bigger counting the rings.
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