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In Photos: Hurricane Irma Damage at NASA's Kennedy Space Center

Tank Storage Unit

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Hurricane damage can be seen to a tank storage unit near Launch Complex 39.

Operations Support Building I

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The Operations Support Building I (OSB I) as seen from above after Hurricane Irma; the roof of the building is currently undergoing repair from Hurricane Matthew.

Blue Origin Construction Site

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The Blue Origin construction site at Exploration Park after Hurricane Irma.

KSC Visitor Complex

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The Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex after Hurricane Irma.

Launch Complex 39 Press Site

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The Launch Complex 39 Press Site at Kennedy Space Center after Hurricane Irma.

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