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Jiuquan Orbital Launch Site

Jiuquan Orbital Launch Site

China's first launch center, also known as Shuang Cheng Tzu. It was China's first ballistic missile and satellite launch centre. The Jiuquan Airport was 75 km south of the site. A dedicated railway at Jiuquan went directly to the launch site. Jiuquan?s facilities provided support for every phase of a satellite launch campaign. It included the Technical Centre, the Launch Complex, the Launch Con...
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Sea Launch

Sea Launch

Sea Launch platform Odyssey is now preparing for the launch of the EchoStar X satellite atop a Russian-Ukrainian rocket Zenit- 3SL in February, 2006. On this mission, Sea Launch will lift the 4333 kg communications satellite to a high perigee geosynchronous transfer orbit.
The Odyssey and the assembly and command ship are currently at the equatorial launch site.
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Xichang Orbital Launch Site

Xichang Orbital Launch Site

China's launch site for geosynchronous orbit launches. Xichang Satellite Launch Centre is situated in Xichang, Sichuan Province, south-western China. The head office of the launch centre is located in Xichang City, about 65 kilometres away. Xichang Airport is 50 km away. A dedicated railway and highway lead directly to the launch site. The Technical Centre is equipped for testing and integrati...
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Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress at John Wayne

Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress at John Wayne

Model: Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress
Registration: N9563Z
Serial: 83563
Nickname: Fuddy Duddy
One of less than 10 flying B-17’s in the World

Paint Scheme is that of the original Fuddy Duddy, assigned to the 8th Air Force, 447th Bomb Group, 708th Bomb Squadron.
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V1 launching site at Yvrench, France

V1 launching site at Yvrench, France

A few weeks after the Peenemunde raid, on November 9th 1943, a "suspicious erection" was noticed on a set of reconnaissance photos at Bois Carr, near Yvrench in France. This was the first V1 launching site to be analysed. It shows the long, low building of heavy concrete (christened a "ski site") which was used for the storage of flying bomb components. Within a few weeks, s...
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Hammaguir launch site

Hammaguir launch site

Between 1947 and 1967 the rocket launch site and Special Weapons Test Centre (CEES), 120km south-west of Coulomb-Bechar, was used for launching sounding rockets, the satellite carrier "Diamond (rocket)" between 1965 and 1967, and the development of ballistic missiles.
On 0l July 1967, the facility was abandoned and turned over to Algeria, as provided in the Evian agreements of March 19...
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McGuire AFB BOMARC Missile Site, New Egypt, NJ

McGuire AFB BOMARC Missile Site, New Egypt, NJ

The McGuire BOMARC site measures approximately 2,500' long by 1,800' wide. It was built with a total of 56 individual BOMARC A missile launch buildings, and an additional 28 individual BOMARC B missile launch buildings. The McGuire BOMARC site was activated in 1959, and was manned by the 46th Air Defense Missile Squadron. It was initially armed with the first-generation IM-99A missile, and was ...
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Musudan-ri Orbital Launch Site

Musudan-ri Orbital Launch Site

Musudan-ri is a rocket launching site in North Korea. It lies in southern North Hamgyong province, near the northern tip of the East Korea Bay. The area was formerly known as Taep'o-dong (???), from which the Taepodong rockets take their name.

Since 1984 military rockets of the types Hwasong, Nodong and Taepodong-1 were launched from Musudan-ri. The first launch attempt of a sate...
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Former RAF Breighton

Former RAF Breighton

The RAF withdrew in 1965 and the airfield was later sold. The technical site was taken over for light industry as were two T2 hangars. Flying recommenced in the early 1980s, using a section of the perimeter track, and the Real Aeroplane Company now operates a flying club from new hangars and offices near the old technical site. Agricultural buildings have since been erected on parts of the runw...
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Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center

Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center

Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center (JSLC) (Simplified Chinese: 酒泉卫星发射中心) is a People's Republic of China space vehicle launch facility (spaceport) in the Gobi desert, Ejina Banner, Alashan League, Inner Mongolia, located about 1,600 km from Beijing. It is located at 40°57′28″N, 100°17′30″E. It was founded in 1958, maki...
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The Rotundas - WWII Government Bomb Shelters (with overlay)

The Rotundas - WWII Government Bomb Shelters (with overlay)

This site was originally a gas works with two gas holders (built 1875). The holes left by the gas holders were converted in World War 2 for use as bomb shelter 'citadels' - the North Rotunda and the South Rotunda. The Rotundas were designed to survive the impact of a 500lb bomb and had 12 foot thick concrete roofs. In 1943 the lowest level of the North Rotunda (codenamed Anson) was kitted out...
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V-3 Launch Site Museum Miedzyzdroje

V-3 Launch Site Museum Miedzyzdroje

Not far from Peenemunde (the test location for V-1 and V-2 weapons, lies the village of Miedzyzdroje.
It was here, where Nazi-Germany tested the V-3 weapon on true scale for the first time in history.

The museum:
The museum is situated in the old storage bunker of the V-3 rockets. The remains of the original launch pads can be visited nearby.

Address:...
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