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Delta IV-Heavy - NROL-91 - Vandenberg SLC-6 - 24 September 2022 (22:25 UTC)

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FutureSpaceTourist:
Rocket for last West Coast DIV-H launch (NROL-91):

twitter.com/spaceoffshore/status/1428842616603488257


--- Quote ---ULA's Rocketship is fast approaching its final destination at Vandenberg Space Force Base!

The ship will unload three booster cores for a Delta IV Heavy.
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https://twitter.com/markbeavers12/status/1428864940551675907


--- Quote ---Donít forget the second stage!!
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twitter.com/spaceoffshore/status/1428866335786905602


--- Quote ---Wasn't sure if it was onboard. Only seen the three cores :S
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https://twitter.com/markbeavers12/status/1428866584513236994


--- Quote ---In the very front along with the fairings.
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https://twitter.com/spaceoffshore/status/1429469041601691651


--- Quote ---ULA's Rocketship has arrived in California!

The vessel is docked at the Port Hueneme, east of Vandenberg SFB.
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zubenelgenubi:
Cross-post with image attached; launch circa August 1, 2022.

(Don't book non-refundable plane tickets, hotel room, and vehicle rental just yet.)


--- Quote from: gongora on 09/07/2021 07:38 pm ---Presented by Col. Melone at today's [September 7] SPRSA meeting.

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Newton_V:
Yep.  "circa" is a good word to use.

Anybody know who this is?

zubenelgenubi:

--- Quote from: Newton_V on 09/08/2021 12:37 am ---Yep.  "circa" is a good word to use.

Anybody know who this is?

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Ike, addressing American paratroopers and/or "glidertroopers" before D-Day?

Newton_V:

--- Quote from: zubenelgenubi on 09/08/2021 12:45 am ---
--- Quote from: Newton_V on 09/08/2021 12:37 am ---Yep.  "circa" is a good word to use.

Anybody know who this is?

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Ike, addressing American paratroopers and/or "glidertroopers" before D-Day?

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Good guess, but nope!

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