Cape Canaveral

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a sandy promontory (formerly Cape Kennedy) extending into the Atlantic Ocean from a barrier island off the eastern coast of Florida

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personnel conducted a pre-construction meeting at Cape Canaveral which included the various entities at Cape Canaveral, Mr.
The unmanned rocket blasted off from Cape Canaveral, Florida.
In the old days it was Cape Canaveral, in the future it will be Stevenage at the heart of the global space effort.
The last space shuttle, Atlantis, lifts off from the Kennedy Space Center yesterday in Cape Canaveral
Cape Canaveral has only 8,000 acres (3,240 ha) of undeveloped lands remaining, with 2,000 acres (8,000 ha) acres of that land currently set aside for conservation as a result of endangered species consultations with the U.
Air Force Delta and Atlas rockets also soar into the sky from nearby Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.
The Cape Canaveral map has a relatively large scale.
When we launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida, a launch rocket big enough to get us to Saturn didn't exist.
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This elaborate bit of ante povera seems oddly misguided, however, in these days of virtual reality, when a name like Cape Canaveral has an almost archaic ring to it.
Air Force Brigadier General Randall Starbuck described the back-to-back launch accidents - the first in decades at Cape Canaveral - as extremely disappointing.
They threatened to blast Glazkov into orbit, without the help of a rocket, after his comments during a trip to Florida's Cape Canaveral.
We are on track to deliver our first Falcon 9 vehicle to Cape Canaveral by the end of 2008," said Gwynne Shotwell, Vice President of Business Development for SpaceX.