The misadventures of Commander Merlin and the crew of RV-103
Thursday August 28th 2014

Human Space Flight Trivia Week 3

When Humans finally landed on the Moon again, they were surprised to discover that Commander Merlin and her Feline Space Flight program had already been there for years.

HSF Trivia Week Two question was, “How long are the Solid Rocket Booster recovery ships and what are their names?”

The answer is: 176 feet long and the two ships are called, Freedom Star and Liberty Star.

Congrats to J. McDade and J. McAllister.  Both winners will be entered into the monthly drawing for a Go For Launch! game.

The HSF Trivia Week Three question is: Which Shuttle orbiter was first to use a drag chute and on what mission?

You can submit your answers to me, Commander Merlin, at Merlin@RV-103.com.  All answers must be submitted by midnight Monday to be considered.

For a review on the game rules, go here.

Commander Merlin

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