Smoke billows from a fire in the distance, behind the gigantic VAB (Vehicle Assembly Building) at the Kennedy Space Centre, Florida, where shuttles are prepped for blast-off. The fire was intentional and under control, clearing land to foster the growth of new flora.
Photo credit: NASA/Troy Crider
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Rogers Commission on the Space Shuttle Challenger Accident
It’s truly incredible to me that this photo was taken in 1986, it looks like it could easily be from the 50s.
Cape Canaveral Air Force Station
Is this the Instant City?