Mars Rover and Stamping Out Coins

Don Wildman Off Limits
Don climbs 500 feet to the new Bay Bridge in San Francisco, gets a rare glimpse inside America’s money factory in Denver, makes sugar in Florida, drives the billion-dollar planetary rover, lights up Las Vegas and drinks water that went from toilet to tap.

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Don Wildman at the Bay Bridge Contruction Project
Don Wildman at the Bay Bridge Contruction Project

Don Wildman at the Bay Bridge Contruction Project

Don discusses the Bay Bridge project with construction expert Bart Ney. The new bridge will be built to withstand earthquakes. 960 1280

  

Don Wildman and the Off Limits crew on top of the Bay Bridge

Don Wildman and the Off Limits crew on top of the Bay Bridge

The camera crew captures Don's movements as he climbs the 525-foot tower to get a look at the new Bay Bridge and an amazing view of San Francisco. 960 1280

  

Don Wildman and US Sugar expert Judy Sanchez

Don Wildman and US Sugar expert Judy Sanchez

Don gets special access to the largest sugar mill in the US. He starts the day chatting with US Sugar expert Judy Sanchez about the sugar-cane burn process. 960 1280

  

Don Wildman and a controlled sugar cane burn

Don Wildman and a controlled sugar cane burn

Don checks out the controlled sugar-cane burn at the mill in Florida. 960 1280

  

Don Wildman and Tim Dunn from NASA

Don Wildman and Tim Dunn from NASA

NASA engineer Tim Dunn helps Don try on a space helmet at the Johnson Space Center. 960 1280

  

The Control Center at the Johnson Space Center

The Control Center at the Johnson Space Center

The Off Limits crew gets a look at the control center inside the Johnson Space Center in Houston. 960 1280

  

Don Wildman and astronaut Clay Anderson

Don Wildman and astronaut Clay Anderson

Astronaut Clay Anderson tells Don about some of NASA's latest projects. 960 1280

  

Don Wildman and a large marquee sign on the Vegas strip

Don Wildman and a large marquee sign on the Vegas strip

Don accompanies the YESCO (Young Electric Sign Company) team as they perform routine maintenance on one of the largest marquee signs on the Vegas Strip. 960 1280

  

Don Wildman bending neon tubing

Don Wildman bending neon tubing

Don tries to bend a neon tube into the right shape for the new neon sign that the team is building in Las Vegas. 960 1280

  

Don Wildman, crew and designers
Don Wildman, crew and designers

Don Wildman, crew and designers

"Crew, designers, and astronaut standing with history soon to be made." -- Don Wildman 960 1280

  

Mars Rover

Mars Rover

The Mars Rover: a hot rod that will work in very cold conditions." -- Don Wildman 960 1280

  

Don Wildman and Clay Anderson

Don Wildman and Clay Anderson

"Clay Anderson, NASA Astronaut. Great guy … and great at math." -- Don Wildman 960 1280

  

Don Wildman on top of the bridge

Don Wildman on top of the bridge

"525 feet and looking down. Gives a sense of scope you can’t get from the ground floor." -- Don Wildman 960 1280

  

the new and old Bay Bridge

the new and old Bay Bridge

"How to build a new bridge beside the still-functioning one it will soon replace. A complicated affair." -- Don Wildman 960 1280

  

Don Wildman

Don Wildman

"Oh, wait … I get it." -- Don Wildman 960 1280

  

Don Wildman and Bart Ney

Don Wildman and Bart Ney

"With Mr. Bart Ney, Public Information Officer." -- Don Wildman 960 1280

  

View of the Vegas Strip

View of the Vegas Strip

"Gazing down on Las Vegas Boulevard from one of its many, cacophonous placards." -- Don Wildman 960 1280

  

New York New York sign

New York New York sign

"See that 1 faulty neon tube in the K of New York? No, neither could I -- but it needed replacement." -- Don Wildman 960 1280

  

Inside the NY, NY sign

Inside the NY, NY sign

"When you get inside, the sign becomes a world unto itself." -- Don Wildman 960 1280

  

USSC railroad

USSC railroad

"USSC has its own railroad line. That’s how big it is." -- Don Wildman 960 1280

  

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