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02/07/18 - Dan and I leave James for lunch, meet up with Joe, and explore CCAFS!

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Hey I know that building
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This is where CBS covered the old launches
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Me with the new countdown clock!
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So many LEDs
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Dan's done counting the LEDs, we can leave
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Joe loves NASA
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Media buildings
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Whoops, almost left my bag in the field!
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We don't need you, anymore, KSC tour bus!
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Another peek at 39-A
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It's a nice looking launchpad
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Hey it's SLC-41, now with a crew access arm!
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This is where the Atlas V launches
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Holy crap, the Beach House!
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This is where the astronauts would relax before missions
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The SLC-41 crew access arm
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Closeup on the crew access arm
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SLC-40, the SpaceX pad
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I always forget what this building is
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ULA building
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I love the look of buildings down here
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The old Launch Complex 34
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This is where Apollo 1 was going to launch
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This is where the accident happened
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Plume deflectors
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The LC-34 launch mount
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It's really sobering being here
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Sacred ground
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They didn't want people getting too close because the structure is falling apart and dropping bits
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Lots of rust
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Another shot of the flame deflectors
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Looking back at the LC-37 structure
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Cruising around in style
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Oh man, is this what I think it is?
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Mercury 7 memorial
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Joe rented a fancy car
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This is where the Mercury orbital flights launched
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This is.. incredible
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Somehow I suspect they added these years after the fact
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Meanwhile, next door at the former LC-13... it's the Falcon Heavy side cores!
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They're so enormous
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Workers prepare one of the cores
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Looking good, considering!
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I got one decent shot as we drove by
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Ha, wow. This isn't a joke
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This is that ramp outside the O&C building that astronauts walk down, waving to the press, on the way to the astrovan!
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Joe helped me get a nicer shot by taking this sign off
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Touching the mission patches
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Of course, I had to walk down the ramp. I did not wave, though
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