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Forum:Commercial Space - Military Space
Topic:ULA: Complex 41 commercial crew modifications
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Robert PearlmanBoeing photo release
CST-100 Tiers 1 and 2 will be complete this week and stacked by the end of the summer before installation on Complex 41.
daboltonSo they are going to stack the tier 1 and 2 and move it to complex 41 as a whole?
Robert PearlmanYes, and those are only the first two tiers. Five more will be assembled, stacked and then moved to LC-41 to be stacked atop the other tiers.
Boeing and ULA designed the metal latticework structure to be modular such that large sections of the tower will be constructed away from the pad and then trucked in and stacked, allowing assembly to be completed between on-going Atlas V unmanned launches. It is expected to take about 18 months to erect the structure.

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