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VIDEO – On the Tarmac: Shipping the Lockheed Martin GOES-S Satellite to KSC

Catch us on the tarmac loading NOAA’s GOES-S satellite onto a C-5M aircraft for shipping across the country. This event is hosted by Emily Calandrelli, The Space Gal. We’re at Buckley AFB and our site in Marietta, Georgia to talk about satellite shipping and the aircraft that will take the satellite on it’s journey.

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