Redstone test stand & Redstone rocket

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By kjfitz @ 2005-07-21 23:17:14
The Redstone Test Stand was used during the 1950s in early development of Redstone missile propulsion system. This was the test stand where the modified Redstone missile that launched the first American into space, Alan Shepard, was static tested as the last step before the flight occurred.
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