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Lockheed L-1011 TriStar (N140SC)

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yes , beautiful airplane / photo
John Rumble
Made me curious:
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Orbital ATK Inc. is an American aerospace manufacturer and defense industry company. It was formed in 2015 from the merger of Orbital Sciences Corporation and parts of Alliant Techsystems.

Orbital ATK has a contract to develop the four-segment Space Shuttle Solid Rocket Booster into the five-segment boosters for the Space Launch System.
Matt WinhallPhoto Uploader
Hi John! That's some interesting info! I find it very interesting that they are using the L-1011 opposed to any other more current aircraft. But hey, I won't complain;) Hahaha!
These use it because it's a Lockheed product. They have lots of spares kicking around I am sure
Muszynski
I just saw a local TV news story here in central FL. This AC is going to launch a rocket of some type this week off the East Coast of central FL near the Kennedy Space Center. It arrived in the area earlier this month.
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