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Once upon a time astronauts had breakfast here.
Oral histories record that some of the original astronauts would eat breakfast here and then jump into their corvette stingrays parked outside and race each other off to the Space Center. Also that CBS anchor man Walter Cronkite would interview the astronauts during the early days of the space race from this location over a cup of coffee. The present business has left up the exhibit of space pictures and memorabilia for the geocacher to admire.
Please be mindful of the people eating their meals and try to limit it to a pair of folks at any one time viewing any one picture.
Hc va gur oyhr abg sne sebz gur perfprag Zbba.
- Memorabilia of the historic MoonhutSpecial glimpse inside of the symbol of the historic
Moonhut. The place where astronauts had their breakfast.
- Moon Hut
- Moon Hut logo
- Shuttle crew having breakfast at Moon HutUnidentified crew members having breakfast at
the Moon Hut. Circa 1980's
Credit: Images of America: Cape Canaveral.
Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:27:03 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:27 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum