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No damage to SpaceX or ULA launch pads after Vandenberg fire

Launch pads and ground equipment used by SpaceX, United Launch Alliance and other private aerospace firms at Vandenberg Air Force Base were not damaged by the recent wildfire in the area, the companies and base officials said. However, the base is currently assessing damage to electrical wiring...
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Launch pads and ground equipment Vandenberg Air Force Base were not damaged by the recent wildfire in the area.

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