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Orbital Sciences technicians continue to work on cabling on the aft end of the Taurus XL rocket's first stage motor.

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In Orbital Sciences Corp. Building 1555 at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, Orbital Sciences technicians continue to work on cabling on the aft end of the Taurus XL rocket's first stage motor. To the left is the interstage associated with the first stage.


The Orbital Sciences Taurus XL rocket, targeted to lift off Feb. 23, 2011, from Vandenberg's Space Launch Complex 576-E, will take NASA's Glory satellite into low Earth orbit. Once in orbit, Glory will collect data on the properties of aerosols and black carbon. It also will help scientists understand how the sun's irradiance affects Earth's climate. Photo credit: NASA/Randy Beaudoin, VAFB

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  • Title: Orbital Sciences technicians continue to work on cabling on the aft end of the Taurus XL rocket's first stage motor.
  • Location: Vandenberg AFB, CA
  • Owner: KSC
  • Album: cbabir
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