PICTURE: Orbital Sciences’ releases Taurus II launch pad concept

by | Apr 14, 2010 | Seradata News | 1 comment

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credit: Orbtial / caption:

Orbital Sciences released the latest concept image of its Taurus II rocket launch site (being built at the NASA Wallops Flight Facility aka the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport) during its presentation at the Space Foundation’s 26th National Space Symposium. Previously Orbital had published the image below in its Taurus II user’s guide

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credit: Orbital Sciences / caption: the Taurus II launch site as shown in the rocket’s user’s guide

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