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Executive director of Spaceport Florida Authority respond to a remark from the audience.

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During a signing ceremony, Ed Gormel (left), executive director of Spaceport Florida Authority, and Roy Bridges Jr., Center Director, respond to a remark from the audience. The two are signing a SERPL Real Property Use Permit Agreement between the two organizations to construct a three-mile roadway. It is the start of a construction project that includes the Space Experiment Research & Processing Laboratory (SERPL). The signing took place outdoors on S.R. 3 prior to a groundbreaking ceremony for the roadway. The road, to be known as Space Commerce Way, will serve the public by providing a 24-hour access route through KSC from S.R. 3 to the NASA Causeway and KSC Visitor Complex. The SERPL project is enabled by a partnership and collaboration between NASA and the State of Florida to create a vital resource for international and commercial space customers. SERPL is considered a magnet facility, and will support the development and processing of life sciences experiments destined for the International Space Station and accommodate NASA, industry and academic researchers performing associated biological research

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  • Title: Executive director of Spaceport Florida Authority respond to a remark from the audience.
  • Location: Kennedy Space Center, FL
  • Owner: KSC
  • Album: cbabir
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