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The NASA app has video of the move in its video section.Originally Posted by Richard Brown
I see that the Star Wars fans are strong supporters. Any Cylons?Originally Posted by AdmiralAdama
No Cylons. But what a world it would be if when our bodies betray us, we could download into a new chassis like they do.
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That was the original Star Trek episode; "The Gamesters of Triskelion".Originally Posted by Kaykaykay
Yes, that was my first reaction. I wonder why they dismissed the idea of disassembly of the shuttle to allow it to pass.Originally Posted by goofy8275
A couple of Concordes were disassembled so that they could be delivered to museums by road.
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That may possibly had more to do with the length of Concorde as opposed to it's wingspan. Concorde is 204' in length, while the Space Shuttle is 122' long. Disassembly of a Concorde would also have been much easier, not being covered in a layer of heat shield tiles.Originally Posted by Richard Brown