September 22, 2018

Photos: Gantry rollback for second launch attempt


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After being put back in position around the Delta 4-Heavy rocket after Thursday’s weather scrub, the 330-foot tall mobile service tower is retracted again at Cape Canaveral’s pad 37B for launch that will place the NROL-37 payload into Earth orbit.

Photos by Alex Polimeni/Spaceflight Now

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