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Artemis 1 Launch Viewing - split a rental stay?
« on: 11/07/2021 09:58 pm »
I am very interested in seeing in person the maiden flight of Artemis 1 which is currently listed as no earlier than February 12, 2022. The launch window appears to be a two week on / two week off schedule.

Anybody interested in possibly renting a house somewhere nearby the Kennedy Space Center for potentially 2 weeks? I work remotely so I'd need to be able to do that while waiting for the launch opportunities.

Thanks!

-David

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Re: Artemis 1 Launch Viewing - split a rental stay?
« Reply #1 on: 11/08/2021 01:06 pm »
I wouldn't start looking at rentals until after the wet-dress rehearsal is complete.

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Re: Artemis 1 Launch Viewing - split a rental stay?
« Reply #2 on: 11/08/2021 02:34 pm »
I wouldn't start looking at rentals until after the wet-dress redressal is complete.

Yes absolutely! Thanks! Any ideas when that might occur?


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Re: Artemis 1 Launch Viewing - split a rental stay?
« Reply #3 on: 11/08/2021 02:54 pm »
I wouldn't start looking at rentals until after the wet-dress redressal is complete.

Yes absolutely! Thanks! Any ideas when that might occur?

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