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Air Force: Cape rockets could fly new southern corridor toward poles
Monday, January 1, 2018, 6 Years Ago via in Astronomy
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The Air Force has opened a -polar corridor- that would allow certain rockets to launch spacecraft from Cape Canaveral into north-south orbits circling the poles, a development that could bring more launches to Florida
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