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Cape Canaveral Launch Pads : Stock Photo
Aerial view of Missile Row at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, later known as Kennedy Space Center. In the upper left hand corner, the Vehicle Assembly Building is under construction. Digitally restored.

Cape Canaveral Launch Pads

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NASA - digital version copyright Science Faction
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Aerial view of Missile Row at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, later known as Kennedy Space Center. In the upper left hand corner, the Vehicle Assembly Building is under construction. Digitally restored.
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