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In another room at the museum, there are exhibits related to more recent rocket designs. This is an artist's rendition of one of the launch complexes used for the Titan III program—assuming it represents a real facility at all, it must be either SLC-40 (leased to SpaceX after the last Titan IV launch) or SLC-41 (since converted by United Launch Alliance for the Atlas V, so neither of those pads looks like this now).
Copyright 2011, Garrett Wollman. All rights reserved. Photograph taken 2011-02-26.