Science Museum and the highlight for me was watching the I-Max movie Hubble.
I was awed by the science, creativity, time, facilities, staff, expertise...how much goes into planning and sending an object into space so it can send images back to us to show us what's out there and answer some burning questions humanity has been asking for centuries.
Watching the astronauts repair Hubble was fascinating. One crew member of the last mission to repair Hubble says it is "like performing brain surgery with oven mitts."
But most fascinating were the images Hubble has captured over the last 10 years.
Like this one. A butterfly thing in space that I wish I could remember more about, but was too caught up in its beauty to pay attention to the narration.
On the way out of the theater her comment was, "I wish we had a screen like this at home."
I knew there would be a day when the 46-inch LED Samsung TV would be not good enough. I just thought that moment would come much much later.