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Re: Blue Origin Manufacturing site in Florida
« Reply #280 on: 10/05/2023 04:23 pm »


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Florida’s Space Coast is always abuzz with launch activity but when you get to fly over it, you realize there’s a lot more than meets the eye. In our latest Cape Flyover we were able to spot new rocket hardware arriving, new structures rising from the ground, intriguing movements from Blue Origin, and a whole lot more. We’ll also take a look at what’s gonna be up next with Starship activity at the Cape - you may be surprised.

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Re: Blue Origin Manufacturing site in Florida
« Reply #281 on: 10/05/2023 07:17 pm »
Really makes you wonder if they will stack both simulators and the qualification fairings on the Big TE for a rollout. The Mini-TE being at the pad like this for so long seems to support the rumor from sources that the second stage will go out to LC-36 first.

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Re: Blue Origin Manufacturing site in Florida
« Reply #282 on: 01/10/2024 07:28 pm »
Crosspost:

https://twitter.com/blueorigin/status/1745177094055993480

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New Glenn’s first stage on the move today – from our factory to Launch Complex 36.

 

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