Cape Kennedy

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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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The Costas lived in Eagle Rock and were a Jack and Jill of all trades in movie and TV production when a film project took them to Cape Kennedy for the Apollo 11 launch.
5 mile journey from the Vehicle Assembly Building to Cape Kennedy (Cape Canaveral) launchpad 39A took seven hours.
The reference to Cape Kennedy is characteristic of Logue's "account" of the Iliad (he doesn't pretend to understand classical Greek, and has never described what he is doing as translation), a rendering peppered with allusions to the millennia that have passed since Homer first told his story of bickering gods, warring men, and a doomed city.
The cargo loaded on the Cape Kennedy consisted of equipment primarily from the 1st Brigade, 34th Infantry Division, representing the Montana National Guard and included wheeled, tracked and containerized cargo.
This prompted speculation both in Moscow and at Cape Kennedy that the Soviets were trying to steal Apollo 11's thunder by having Luna 15 land on the moon, scoop up some moon rock or soil, and return to Earth.
He heads off to Cape Kennedy in the US and Star City in Russia as he prepares to take part in the world's first privately sponsored space travel programme.
Dodds' answer to these down-to-the-sea-in-boats hassles is a specially designed trainer with rollers that literally launches boats into the bay - Cape Kennedy style.
So he went over to Cape Kennedy and knocked on NASA's big, rocket-sized front door, waving his $20m.
Astronauts Neil Armstrong, Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin, and Michael Collins blasted off from Cape Kennedy (now Cape Canaveral), Florida, on Apollo 11.
Florida Today also publishes a monthly guide for the Cape Kennedy Area Board of Realtors, called Brevard Real Estate.
payload was boosted into orbit by the rocket from Cape Kennedy, Fla.
Early Bird (also known as Intelsat I) became the world's first communications satellite when it was launched from Cape Kennedy (we have gone from Cape Canaveral to Cape Kennedy and back to Cape Canaveral during these two decades
In the 1960s, during the early days of the missile program, he served as a Science Correspondent at Cape Kennedy.