What are you doing at 11:26 am central on Friday July 8 (that's tomorrow)?
Answer: getting yourself to a tv or internet feed and watching the launch of STS-135, the last space shuttle mission ever. After 135 missions over the last three decades, this is it...the final mission that will conclude a piece of American history.
The launch should be able to be viewed on any major network or news station. If you're not around a TV, pull up the video feed at www.nasa.gov.
Launch tomorrow is pending weather (which looks iffy) as well as an assesment of a lightning strike on the pad earlier this afternoon. So be ready to stay tuned on Saturday or Sunday if required.
I'm road-tripping it to Florida as I type, so I will try to provide some updates as things develop.