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Apollo mission headquarters destroyed

NASA demolished the building at the Marshall Space Flight Center, where the first lunar mission was designed, in a controlled manner.

NASA is usually on the agenda with space exploration and rockets it sends to the sky. Especially the rockets and satellites sent by the space agency to space attract great attention. NASA had another remarkable event the other day, but this time they made noise before going into space.

NASA bids farewell to Marshall Space Flight Center

NASA demolished a long-used old headquarters over the weekend. Located at the Marshall Space Flight Center in Alabama, the building has long been an important center. The structure, called Building 4200, turned to dust in seconds. The Marshall Space Flight Center’s YouTube channel posted this event.

Building 4200 served as the administrative center of the Marshall Space Flight Center from 1963 to 2020. The building, which was nearly destroyed by a controlled explosion, left a huge cloud of dust behind. With the sharing, it was seen once again how easy the controlled explosion made the demolition work.

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NASA has created a new workspace by demolishing its old headquarters. NASA has long been making new plans for the future. The space agency is expected to install new state-of-the-art facilities to replace the demolished building.

NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center has been operating since 1960. Covering an area of ​​approximately 4450 hectares, the center has hosted many important works to date, including the Apollo moon mission. The facility, which has more than 6,000 employees in total, is one of the largest centers of the space agency in this sense.

Mehmet Sarıusta

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