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One of the two giant crawler transporters which was designed in the 1960s to move the Saturn V rockets to the two LC-39 pads. Today it is still used to move the shuttle out on the crawlerway for launch.
The Shuttle Landing Facility is located in the Kennedy Space Center, and is the primary landing site for the shuttle. The landing strip is one of the longest in the world, and is over 15,000 feet long.
This Coca-Cola dispenser, on display at the Astronaut's Hall of Fame, near the Kennedy Space Center, was used aboard a single shuttle flight.