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Photo ID: 2306476
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United Launch Alliance Delta IV
Cocoa Beach - Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Skid Strip (XMR / KXMR)
USA - Florida, August 14, 2013
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D363 In the cool evening twilight just after sundown at Cape Canaveral, a 22-story Delta IV rocket ignites on Complex 37B and lifts off to deliver the WGS-6 military communications satellite into space for the US Air Force.
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Photo ID: 2245687
Views: 3274
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Lockheed Martin Atlas V
Cocoa Beach - Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Skid Strip (XMR / KXMR)
USA - Florida, March 19, 2013
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AV-037 An Atlas V rocket roars off Complex 41 with the second Space-Based Infrared System satellite SBIRS-2 for detecting missile and nuclear threats!
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Photo ID: 2225462
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Lockheed Martin Atlas V
Off-Airport - Kennedy Space Center
USA - Florida, January 30, 2013
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AV-036 ZOOM! An Atlas V rocket takes NASA's next-generation TDRS communications satellite into space.
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Photo ID: 2130435
Views: 7898
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Boeing Delta 4-Heavy
Cocoa Beach - Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Skid Strip (XMR / KXMR)
USA - Florida, June 29, 2012
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D360 LIFTOFF! The World's largest rocket, a Delta 4-Heavy, takes to the skies for the sixth time, carrying a big spy satellite for the National Reconnaissance Office. The 24-story rocket lifted off at 9:15am EDT June 29 from Cape Canaveral's Complex 37B.
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Photo ID: 2130434
Views: 7495
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Boeing Delta 4-Heavy
Cocoa Beach - Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Skid Strip (XMR / KXMR)
USA - Florida, June 29, 2012
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D360 LIFTOFF! The World's largest rocket, a Delta 4-Heavy, takes to the skies for the sixth time, carrying a big spy satellite for the National Reconnaissance Office. The 24-story rocket lifted off at 9:15am EDT June 29 from Cape Canaveral's Complex 37B.
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Photo ID: 2130408
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Boeing Delta 4-Heavy
Cocoa Beach - Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Skid Strip (XMR / KXMR)
USA - Florida, June 28, 2012
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D360 Observers watch the Mobile Service Tower roll back from the mammoth Delta 4-Heavy rocket, the world's largest at 24 stories in height, at twilight the night before launch of a massive spy satellite for the National Reconnaissance Office.
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Photo ID: 2088940
Views: 5566
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Boeing Delta 4
Lompoc - Vandenberg Air Force Base (VBG / KVBG)
USA - California, March 28, 2012
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D359 Sitting atop Space Launch Complex 6 at Vandenberg AFB, A Delta 4 rocket is about to send a classified satellite into orbit for the National Reconnaissance Office. SLC-6 was built in the 1960s for the military Manned Orbiting Laboratory missions (caneled), then transformed in the early 1980s into the West Coast space shuttle launch site, a program terminated after the Challenger accident in 1986. It saw a first launch of any kind, finally, in the 90s with 3/4 failed Athena rockets, and finally D4 in 2005.
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Photo ID: 2074918
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Lockheed Martin Atlas 5
Cocoa Beach - Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Skid Strip (XMR / KXMR)
USA - Florida, February 24, 2012
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AV-030 From an unusual vantage point, an Atlas 5 rocket and the 200th Centaur upper stage lifts off from Cape Canaveral's oceanside Pad 41 with MUOS-1, a US Navy communications satellite and the heaviest Atlas payoad in history at over 15,000 lbs. The rocket flew in its biggest configuration ever, standing 21 stories tall and strapped with five solid rocket boosters. In this view from about 300 feet up and 1800 feet away stop the Atlas' assembly tower, the 206-foot vehicle begins to arc downrange.
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Photo ID: 2027436
Views: 10043
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Lockheed Martin Atlas 5
Cocoa Beach - Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Skid Strip (XMR / KXMR)
USA - Florida, November 26, 2011
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AV-028 An Atlas V rocket lifts off from Complex 41 carrying the new Mars Science Laboratory, the largest rover to date. It will take eight months for the spacecraft to reach Mars, arriving next August.
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Photo ID: 1972066
Views: 7888
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Lockheed Martin Atlas 5
Cocoa Beach - Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Skid Strip (XMR / KXMR)
USA - Florida, August 5, 2011
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AV-029 Carrying the JUNO spacecraft and on its way to Jupiter, the ULA Atlas V rockets of the pad in a shower of flames,smoke and ice from Space Launch Complex 41. The first few seconds of a six year mission. In the future, this rocket will be taking humans into space. Reports of the death of the American space program are greatly exaggerated! [35mm Fuji Velvia 50 with a 50mm lens on a sound activated Minolta X-700].
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Photo ID: 1969661
Views: 3675
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Lockheed Martin Atlas 5
Cocoa Beach - Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Skid Strip (XMR / KXMR)
USA - Florida, August 4, 2011
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AV-029 Standing 58.3 m (191.2 ft) tall, the rocket departs the Vertical Integration Building carrying the JUNO spacecraft in her upper stage. This very reliable launch vehicle is taller than a Space Shuttle Stack which is 56.14 m (184.2 feet). It is planned to be modified to carry astronauts into space in the near future. Atlas V rockets are assembled vertically on a mobile launch platform. A "551" model with a 5 meter diameter payload fairing,5 solid rocket motors and 1 Centaur upper stage.
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Photo ID: 1956515
Views: 31395
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Boeing Delta 4
Cocoa Beach - Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Skid Strip (XMR / KXMR)
USA - Florida, July 16, 2011
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D355 Under a moonlit sky, a Delta 4 streaks into space in this unusual post-SRB separation time-lapse with the second Block 2F Global Positioning System satellite, GPS 2F-2.
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Photo ID: 1956514
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Boeing Delta 4
Cocoa Beach - Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Skid Strip (XMR / KXMR)
USA - Florida, March 11, 2011
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D353 A Delta 4 rocket, 20 stories tall and packing about 1.2 million pounds of thrust, lifts off with a classified satellite for the National Reconnaissance Office, just after sunset at Cape Canaveral.
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Photo ID: 1824388
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United Launch Alliance
Boeing Delta 4-Heavy
Off-Airport - Kennedy Space Center
USA - Florida, November 21, 2010
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DELTA 351 A Delta 4-Heavy rocket, the world's largest by height at nearly 24 stories tall, roars off the launch pad at Cape Canaveral in a torrent of fire with "the world's largest satellite" onboard. Liftoff on November 21, 2010, came at 5:58pm EST when the three RS-68 main engines totaling 1.9 million pounds of thrust ignited and propelled the classified spy satellite into orbit for the National Reconnaissance Office.
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Photo ID: 1671269
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Boeing Delta 4
Cocoa Beach - Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Skid Strip (XMR / KXMR)
USA - Florida, March 4, 2010
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A Delta 4 rocket streaks into space shortly after sunset with the GOES-P weather satellite for NASA & NOAA, the forefront of weather prediction and satellite coverage you see on your weather report every day.
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