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4. These remind me of the Vanguard rocket.
Thu Mar 14, 2024, 12:39 PM
Mar 2024

They kept blowing up on the pad -- or just after liftoff. Ultimately, the Army had to step in to modify a Jupiter-C rocket to put the JPL-built Explorer satellite into orbit.

Launched in 1958, Explorer 1 remained in orbit until 1970.

I hope the reset wasn't to rename it Veeger The Polack MSgt Mar 2024 #1
Oh, you Hekate Mar 2024 #8
Better angle here edbermac Mar 2024 #2
These remind me of the Vanguard rocket. LastLiberal in PalmSprings Mar 2024 #4
I remember "poke sheets" from one computer I used in the Army jmowreader Mar 2024 #3
Nice! calimary Mar 2024 #6
K&R burrowowl Mar 2024 #5
I was more of a Leisure Suit Larry kinda guy ;) n/t Cheezoholic Mar 2024 #7
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