Communion Of Dreams


Space . . . the final frontier in Queens.
November 9, 2011, 2:51 pm
Filed under: Science, Space

OK, so I’m back from my Great New Zealand Adventure with the choir and assorted groupies. Watch this space in coming days for images and blog eruptions about it all (it was fun! Exciting! Beautiful! And I didn’t even strangle anyone!)

But speaking of space, thought I’d share this item I came across while trying to recover from jet-lag yesterday:

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That’s a shot of a room at the New York Hall of Science in Queens. If you look closely, you’ll note the size of the door – the ceilings are 100 feet tall, to give you some idea of the scale of what you’re seeing. It’s a huge room, designed to simulate the experience of being in space.

Check it in full at this most excellent blog post: The Most Amazing Room In Queens.

More when I have recovered sufficiently to actually write…

Jim Downey

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