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Today is the 57th anniversary of Alan Shepard's suborbital Mercury flight representing the first American in space.  ChronoPoints scanned the Mercury Mission Control room at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor's Center...

If you have traveled to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), there is a good chance that you have seen these colorful mosaics that bring life to what would be very...

Our March trip to San Diego was very productive. We were able to laser scan the Roundhouse building at Penske-Ford prior to its impending demolition and two additional area structures!...