ALMOST everyone loves spaceships, especially the Millennium Falcon which can soar through the galaxy at incredible speeds. The Millennium Falcon is fast, but isn’t exciting enough to suit my taste.
My ship is called the Campsite. The Campsite is shaped like a tent. Campsites are cozy and exciting, and this is how my ship is. Sometimes, the Campsite can be even more fun and exciting than camping in the woods. The Campsite can land on any surface and in any conditions.
This ship is perfect for long and rough journeys. There are cozy, air- conditioned sleeping compartments with bunk beds for two.
The Campsite doesn’t need a control room, just a communications room because it is piloted from the mainland. The communications room would have the fastest Internet available and, of course, phone lines to communicate with the pilots on the mainland.
The small kitchen would be stocked with all kinds of vacuum- packed food to last us the entire journey. Dining rooms are not necessary as our cozy sleeping compartments are good enough. Every ship should have an entertainment room filled with books, music and board games.
The bathrooms are like any bathroom on Earth, except that it has no water.
A weapons room with all kinds of canons, blasters, guns, pistols and other weapons would come in handy upon landing on an enemy planet. Lastly, my ship would need an attire room to store all kinds of attire to meet any situation. –
Why did the golfer wear two pairs of pants?
Just in case he got a hole in one.
What cruel person would sit on a baby?
What criminal doesn’t take baths?
A dirty crook.
What is round and has a bad temper?
A vicious circle.
Knock, knock. Who’s there?
Scold. Scold who? Scold enough out here to go ice skating.
What nuts give you a cold?
Cachoo ( cashew) nuts
Where do animals go when they lose their tails?
To a retail store.
Why is an eye doctor like a teacher?
They both test the pupils.
Why is a horse with a sore throat twice as sick as any other animal?
Because he is then a hoarse horse.
What is a drill sergeant?
An army dentist.
Source: The Biggest Riddle Book In the World/ TNS
> The longest the shuttle has stayed in orbit on any single mission is 17.5 days.
> The shuttle is designed to reach orbits ranging from about 185km to 643km high.
> More than 600 crew members have flown on different missions.
> The acronym “NASA” stands for National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
> The term “aeronautics” originated in France, and was derived from the Greek words for “air” and “to sail.”
> Each space shuttle is 56m ( 184 feet) in length.
Source: http:// www. nasa. gov