Well everyone the searching is over, as far as I know, and my search has not been totally exhaustive, there are five space heritage sites on national registers. I’m sure most people will guess the first one…. Cape Canaveral, but that is the only one that I had heard of. Many Cold War enthusiasts might have heard of the Newbrook observatory, but that is the only other potentially well-known site I found. That doesn’t mean the sites I found were unimportant, just not known about. Of course if you are all really excited about what they were and why they are important, feel free to find my hopefully, beautifully written and well received book in the Flinders library, as I think that is where one ends up.
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