Grail Launch Was The Last For A Delta II from Cape Canaveral

Credit: Ben Cooper/AW&ST
As controllers at the Jet Propulsion Lab and Lockheed Martin/Denver set up the twin Gravity Recovery and Interior Laboratory (Grail) spacecraft for their 3.5-month trip to a gravity-mapping orbit around the Moon, the teams that built the Delta II rocket that launched it are facing the end of an era...

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