Wallops Flight Facility – August 2-7

Master work through International Space University Wallops, VA doing Advanced Rocket, designing a rocket and making it with a 3-d printer and launching it Kansas is Camp 201 prep for future work at Johnson Space Center, Edwards Air Force Base, and Kennedy Space Center

Wallops Flight Facility (WFF) (IATA: WAL, ICAO: KWAL, FAA LID: WAL), located on the Eastern Shore of Virginia approximately 100 miles north-northeast of Norfolk, is operated by the Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, primarily as a rocket launch site to support science and exploration missions for NASA and other Federal agencies. WFF includes an extensively instrumented range to support launches of more than a dozen types of sounding rockets,[1] small expendable suborbital and orbital rockets,[2] high altitude balloon flights carrying scientific instruments for atmospheric and astronomical research and—using its Research Airport—flight tests of aeronautical research aircraft including unmanned aerial vehicles.

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