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LDCM Atlas V Payload Fairing Arrives at Vandenberg

LDCM Atlas V Payload Fairing Arrives at Vandenberg

Source: @NASAKennedy

Drawing of LDCM rocket
LDCM will be launched using an Atlas V 401 launch vehicle built by United Launch Alliance.

Nov. 27, 2012 • At 3:27 p.m. ET, NASA Kennedy reported that the Atlas V payload fairing arrived at Vandenberg Air Force Base for Landsat Continuity Data Mission processing. They also reported that a countdown rehearsal with a fueled rocket is scheduled to take place on Tuesday, Dec. 4.
Further Information:
NASA LDCM website
LDCM Launch Preparation Photos

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