A Minotaur IV launch vehicle flying STP-S26 is launched from Kodiak Launch Complex, Kodiak, Alaska.
What does KLC stand for?
KLC stands for Kodiak Launch Complex
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- Kansas Leadership Center (Wichita, KS)
- Kashmir Liberation Cell
- Kentucky League of Cities (Lexington, Kentucky)
- Kentucky Lottery Corporation
- Key Logistics Corporation
- Kinesin Light Chain
- King Ling College (Hong Kong)
- Knowledge and Learning Centre (various locations)
- Knowledge Learning Corporation (childcare)
- Knowledge Life Cycle (various organizations)
- Komisioni i Letrave me Vlere (Albanian Securities Commission, aka: ASC)
- Kosova Law Centre
- Kyushu Lutheran College (Japan)
- Kinesin Light Chain Gene (motor neuron control)
- Kanata Lakes Community Association (Kanata, Ontario, Canada)
- Korea Listed Companies Association
- Kuala Lumpur College of Art
- Kuala Lumpur Consumer Association (Malaysia)
- Kuala Lumpur City Air Terminal (Malaysia)
- Keep Lancaster County Beautiful (Lancaster, PA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
s Kodiak Launch Complex, is part of the Air Force's Space Test Program.
Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center is scheduled to launch aboard a Minotaur IV rocket as part of the STP-S26 mission from Alaska's Kodiak Launch Complex on November 19.
ICRC was instrumental in the first orbital space mission to be flown from the Kodiak Launch Complex.
WASHINGTON -- The Naval Research Laboratory's Tactical Satellite IV (TacSat-4) is scheduled to launch from the Alaska Aerospace Corporation's Kodiak Launch Complex, Tuesday, September 27, 2011, aboard an Orbital Sciences Corporation Minotaur-IV+ launch vehicle.
Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center, Space Development and Test Wing (SDTW) to Alaska's Kodiak Launch Complex for scheduled liftoff aboard a Minotaur 4 rocket for a fall 2010 launch.
Kodiak Launch Complex Facilities At the heart of the operation is the Launch Control and Management Center.
Transported March 1, to the Kodiak Alaska airport via an Air Force C-17 and trucked to the Alaska Aerospace Kodiak Launch Complex, the TacSat-4 satellite will be launched aboard an Orbital Sciences Minotaur-IV launch vehicle into a highly elliptical orbit (HEO) with an apogee of 12,050 kilometers.