The list isn’t publicly available, but it’s thought to include things like launchpads, landing strips, and even the Launch Control centre, all relics of a program that unfortunately no longer exists. NASA seems keen to turn some of these assets around quick before anything gets too old and busted from lack of repair, but it seems more than safe to say that any and all of it is completely out of a price range you’d even be able to fathom. Unless you’re an evil billionaire with eyes on a moon-base or something. In which case, best of luck; someone’s got to get back there. [Orlando Sentinel via Engadget]
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