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NASA reports damage to Kennedy Space Center from Hurricane Ian

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Late Thursday night, NASA reported that Kennedy Space Center had sustained a small about of damage from Hurricane Ian.

Officials say the space center sustained a peak wind gust of 108 mph, which was measured at the 457-foot level of a lightning tower at Launch Complex 39B, where the Artemis 1 moon rocket was standing before being rolled back to the Vehicle Assembly Building for shelter from the storm.

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NASA says other facilities will be addressed Friday, and employees will return to work.

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