Huge crowds gathered on the Max Brewer Bridge in Titusville, Florida, to see the launch of the SpaceX rocket with two NASA astronauts the first crewed mission in almost a decade.A photo from Florida Today showed spectators packed like sardines on the bridge, many of whom were not wearing masks to protect themselves from the coronavirus.There have been more than 50,000 cases of coronavirus in Florida and more than 2300 deaths.As pictures emerged on social media, people were shocked by the scenes that would otherwise suggest the world was not gripped by a pandemic where social distancing is critical to help stop the spread of the coronavirus.”WTF? Not a mask in sight,” one tweeted.”Insane! Talk about a hot spot,” another said.”No one knows the meaning of social distancing.”A third wrote on Facebook she was “dumbfounded”.”What the hell are they thinking? IF they’re thinking!” she said.SpaceX rocket launch rescheduledAnd it seems like the packed crowd was all for nothing, with SpaceX having to cancel its launch with less than 17 minutes to go in the countdown on Wednesday (local time) because of thunderclouds and the risk of lightning.There are now fears crowds could flock to the bridge again as the launch has been postponed to Saturday afternoon.”Crazy crowds and traffic here today for the launch. Saturday will probably be much worse,” a woman wrote on Facebook.People flock to the Max Brewer Bridge ahead of the SpaceX launch.Another woman also shared her concerns about the number of people packed onto the bridge.”Rescheduled for Saturday so they can do this again! And it was like this everywhere you went around here. If it’s a nice day Saturday .
When I was in high school I remember the first day of Junior year coming in and seeing a bunch of 10 themed posters welcoming students back. There were many different posters, one for each of his alien forms with tips presented in a way that matched the alien personality on the show. Either some teacher had a secret love for Ben 10 stuff or some student decided 15 18 year olds would best relate to Ben 10..
Susan Cote/Special to The StarForever Chase, a Border Collie. Art Malott/Special to The StarCadbury, a Pointer Husky Cross. Michelle McQueen/Special to The StarTracker, a Belgian Shepherd. No Polarized Lenses, please!Although polarized lenses provide excellent blockage of glare from water or snow (I know, we have all been there during the sunrise and sunset landings), they also eliminate visibility of instrument panels and other screens (iPads, instruments with anti glare filters etc.). Moreover, the windscreen of an aircraft is already partially polarized, so further polarization may also be troublesome in figuring out light reflected from a potential hazard: light reflected from another aircraft’s wings, shiny surfaces and so on. FAA says that this severely reduces the reaction time and may quickly turn fatal..