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Cape Canaveral Launch Complexes 21 & 22 – Part 1

Nestled near the tip of Cape Canaveral lies a very unique launch complex constructed in 1957. At first sight you would not recognize it as a typical launching pad for rockets, instead of launching vertical, the rockets are launched horizontal

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Sunrises and Sunsets of The Cape

Evening colors! One of the perks of working out at the Space Center is that it’s located on a wildlife refuge and there is very little development – especially at the beach and along the rivers. Over the past thirty

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Sunrise over The Cape

  The sun rises over launch sites at Cape Canaveral. Launch sites 9 & 10 along with sites 31/32. The Cape Canaveral Lighthouse stands guard over all the unused and historic sites today.

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Stormy Day and Rough Seas at the Cape – View from Launch Complex 46

Some pictures from atop Launch Complex 46 – soon to be the site of the Orion Assent-Abort 2 (AA-2) test flight. Modifications to the launch complex are in work for the Pad Abort Test of the Launch Abort System (LAS)

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Cape Canaveral Lighthouse – Cape Protector (Part 1)

What is it about seeing a Lighthouse’s that invokes a feeling that reaches deep inside of us and harkens back to a past long forgotten? The history and nostalgia of each lighthouse and the Keepers of the light and how they played a

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Sunrise at the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse – March 18th, 2015

 

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