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John f. Kennedy Space Center braces for Hurricane Dorian, if NASA is to protect the launch of the infrastructure

to connectVideoDorian was able to go to Florida as a Category 4 hurricane

Rick Reichmuth has the latest forecast models from the Fox Extreme Weather Center.

As the Hurricane Hotel, swinging in the direction of Florida, and NASA is working on a secure key, the launch infrastructure at the Kennedy Space Center.

In a tweeted the video on Thursday, the space agency said in a HURCON II-state — Hurricane Condition 4. “What that means is that, within 72 hours, or three days, and we’re expecting the winds to be 50 kts. For those of you who aren’t on a nautical vessel, or about 58 miles per hour,” an officer said in the video. “Our process right now is to protect our assets and infrastructure, with the potential for damage, in particular to the Mobile Home, which will be set back to the Vehicle Assembly Building in order to preserve it.”

“If we are to HURCON I status, which means that the Hotel is here and we are getting ready for the impact,” he added.

The Mobile Launcher, is the key to America’s future in space. It’s going to be used for the launch of NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS) rocket and Orion spacecraft from the Kennedy Space Center’s launch pad 39B for the future, the Centre of missions to the Moon.

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Storm side of the Vehicle Assembly Building at nasa’s Kennedy Space Center earlier this month.
(Joe Burbank/Orlando Sentinel/Tribune News Service via Getty Images)

In 2017, NASA said, nasa’s Kennedy Space Center, had suffered a “variety of damage” as a result of the Storm was the Sound.

One year earlier, NASA reported minor damage at nasa’s Kennedy Space Center in the wake of Hurricane Matthew.

With four days to go before the system is expected to move to the shore to come in, the projections are saying Dorian was able to get pretty much anywhere in Florida, meteorologists said. On Thursday, the National Hurricane Center, almost all of east Florida, contained in a cone of uncertainty, meaning that the region as a whole will be in danger.

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Florida’s official hurricane season runs from June 1 through Nov. 30, and it is usually the peak is mid-August.

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