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There were no specialized scales for weighing rockjets; the rocket engineers just used a commercial Fairbanks-Morse truck (or railcar?) scale to determine how full the fuel and oxidizer tanks were. At right is an example of the original safety glass used in the blockhouse windows (which were replaced by the museum with normal (for Florida) single-pane windows).
Copyright 2011, Garrett Wollman. All rights reserved. Photograph taken 2011-02-26.