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Topic - Wallops Flight Facility
, located on the Eastern Shore of Virginia, is operated by NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, primarily as a rocket launch site to support science and exploration missions for NASA and other U.S. government agencies. WFF includes an extensively instrumented range to support launches of more than a dozen types of sounding rockets, small expendable suborbital and orbital rockets, 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. - Source: Wikipedia
It looks like a rogue bullfrog has photo-bombed a NASA image showing the launch of its Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer spacecraft on Friday.
NASA has launched a suborbital rocket from its Wallops Flight Facility on Virginia's Eastern Shore.
NASA has launched a rocket carrying an inflatable heat-shield from its Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia.
An experimental heat shield for future spacecraft landings successfully survived a test launch Monday that brought it through the earth's atmosphere at speeds of up to 7,600 mph, NASA said.
NASA is preparing to launch a Department of Defense satellite from the Wallops Flight Facility at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport in Virginia.