Of a man high platform protruding from the ceiling of a vaulted tower of the hall. A metal cuff that forms its lower half, the top of a gleaming white cylinder with red connections and the inevitable American flag sticking out. The tower is the upper stage of a rocket. Filled with liquid oxygen and liquid hydrogen, to give a space ship enough thrust to reach the moon’s orbit. But a level does not make you a rocket.
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