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Antonov An-124 Ruslan (RA-82043) - Ever wonder how you get a Rocket from the plant to California or Florida for launch?  This is what we usually saw the An-124s in for, transporting rockets from Sunnyvale, CA, to Denver, CO, for outfitting and from Denver, CO, to either Vandenberg AFB, CA, or Cape Canaveral, FL, for launch.
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Antonov An-124 Ruslan (RA-82043)

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Ever wonder how you get a Rocket from the plant to California or Florida for launch? This is what we usually saw the An-124s in for, transporting rockets from Sunnyvale, CA, to Denver, CO, for outfitting and from Denver, CO, to either Vandenberg AFB, CA, or Cape Canaveral, FL, for launch.

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Mike Boote
Looks like the loaf of bread coming out of Lucy's oven!
bjaygarber
Wow...
Gary Justus
Measure twice...load once.
Bob Hackney
The latest flights have been transporting the LARGE GE engines for the 777-X from the GE plant in Columbus (KLCK) to Boeing/Everett (KPAE)
गतिविधि लॉग
क्या आप 1998 से RA-82043 के लिए पूरा इतिहास खोज चाहते हैं? अभी खरीदें। एक घंटे में इसे पायें।
दिनांक जहाज मूल गंतव्य स्थान प्रस्थान आगमन अवधि
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रजिस्टर्ड यूजर (रजिस्टर करना नि:शुल्क और आसान है!) 3 months इतिहास देखें जुड़ें
 

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