Internship Pictures - 1

In Summer 2004, I had an internship with NASA Office of the Inspector General at NASA Headquarters in Washington, D.C. These are the pictures during that summer.

These pictures are just thumbnails, click on them to get a larger version!

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First Day of Sight Seeing
[Apollo 11 Command Module]
Orbited the moon while Neil and Buzz were the first men to walk on the moon.
[Bell X1]
The first plane to break the sound barrier, piloted by Chuck Yeager.
[Bell X1]
From the National Air and Space Museum Lobby.
[Lunar Lander Prototype]
A prototype for the lunar lander.
[NASM Lobby]
The lobby of the National Air and Space Museum. The Apollo 11 Cmd Module is prominent.
[Polar Plane]
First plane used to attempt a north-pole crossing; crashed 40km short of destination - crew was rescued and survived.
[Spirit of Saint Louis]
Charles Lindberg's plane - first solo attempt across the Atlantic Ocean.
[Amelia Earhart]
Amelia Earhart's Plane.
[Sputnik]
Sputnik, the first artificial satelite in earth-orbit.
[Wright Bros. Plane]
This is a mock-up of the Wright Bros. aircraft (the original was destroyed).
[Capital Building]
The US Capital building as seen from the Mall.
[Federal Reserve Building]
The US Federal Reserve Building next to the State Dept.
[WWII Memorial]
The WWII Memorial, the Atlantic side.
[WWII Memorial]
The WWII Memorial, as seen entering the memorial.
[WWII Memorial]
The WWII Memorial.
[WWII Memorial]
The WWII Memorial, the Atlantic side in more detail.
[Lincoln Monument]
The Lincoln Monument from the WWII Memorial.
[Lincoln Monument]
Walking to the monument from the WWII monument along the reflecting pool.
[Lincoln Monument]
Leading up to the monument.
[Lincoln Monument]
The Lincoln statue inside the monument.
[Lincoln Monument]
A picture closer to the base of the statue.
[Washington Monument]
The Washington Monument.
[Vietnam Memorial]
A picture up along the Vietnam Memorial.
[Vietnam Memorial]
A more distant view of the Vietnam Memorial (gives a sense of its size).
[Octogon House]
The house where James and Dolly Madison lived while the White House was being restored after the war of 1812.
[White House]
The West entrance to the White House.
[White House]
The grounds of the White House.
[Sherman Monument]
Monument to General Sherman - civil war general.

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