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Cape Canaveral Launch Complex 4

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Launch Complex 4
Launch siteCape Canaveral Air Force Station
Location28°28′00″N 80°32′08″W / 28.466667°N 80.535669°W / 28.466667; -80.535669
Short nameLC-4
OperatorUS Air Force
Total launches28
Launch pad(s)2
LC-4 launch history
StatusDismantled
Launches25
First launch3 September 1958
Bomarc 621-1
Last launch15 April 1960
Bomarc 631-8
Associated
rockets
LC-4A launch history
StatusDismantled
Launches3
First launch3 September 1958
Bomarc 624-XY3
Last launch27 January 1959
Bomarc 624-XY11
Associated
rockets
CIM-10 Bomarc

Launch Complex 4 (LC-4) was one of the first series of launch complexes to be built at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station on Cape Canaveral, Florida. It consisted of two pads, LC-4 which was used for 25 launches of Bomarc, Matador and Redstone missiles between 1952 and 1960; and LC-4A, which was used for three Bomarc launches between 1958 and 1959.

Following its deactivation in 1960, the original structures at the complex were dismantled. New facilities were built at the site in the 1980s, and it was used for aerostat launches between 1983 and 1989. Following this, the aerostat launch facilities were also removed, and the complex is currently not accessible to the public.

Launches

Date/Time (UTC) Missile type Mission Notes
10 September 1952
Bomarc Bomarc 621-1 Failed launch
20 August 1953
14:37[1]
Redstone Redstone RS-1 Failed launch
27 January 1954
15:20
Redstone Redstone RS-2
5 May 1954
17:28
Redstone Redstone RS-3 Failed launch
18 August 1954
14:04
Redstone Redstone RS-4 Failed launch
17 November 1954
18:12
Redstone Redstone RS-6 Failed launch
9 February 1955
20:15
Redstone Redstone RS-8 Failed launch
6 May 1955 Matador Matador GM-52-1895
2 February 1956[2] Bomarc Bomarc 623-13
21 Mai 1956 Bomarc Bomarc 623-16 Failed launch
17 April 1957 Bomarc Bomarc 624-1
22 July 1957 Bomarc Bomarc 624-7
1 May 1958 Bomarc Bomarc 624-19
7 August 1958 Bomarc Bomarc 624-XY1
24 September 1958 Bomarc Bomarc 624-XY4
21 October 1958 Bomarc Bomarc 624-XY6
21 November 1958 Bomarc Bomarc 624-XY7
13 December 1958 Bomarc Bomarc 624-XY8
27 January 1959 Bomarc Bomarc 624-XY16
21 April 1959 Bomarc Bomarc 624-XY15
27 Mai 1959 Bomarc Bomarc 631-1
2 September 1959 Bomarc Bomarc 631-4
28 October 1959 Bomarc Bomarc 631-5
29 January 1960 Bomarc Bomarc 631-6
15 April 1960 Bomarc Bomarc 631-8

References

  1. ^ "Cape Canaveral Space Artifacts". www.spacelaunchreport.com. Retrieved 2020-06-04.
  2. ^ "Launch Complexes 3-4". afspacemuseum.org. Retrieved 2020-06-04.

See also


This page was last edited on 4 June 2020, at 05:20
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