Launch Pad

[card game] Launch Pad is a family strategy card game for 2 to 4 players, ages 10 and up. It was designed by Melanie James and published by Stratus Games. In the game, players construct various types of rockets and ready them for launch by advancing them through 3 phases of production (construction, quality control, and launch preparation)....
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Launch Pad

[software] Launch Pad was an alternative to the Macintosh desktop developed by Berkeley Systems in late 1994. It provided a simple environment for users to help them to work without supervision. Launch Pad sits on top of the Finder desktop, providing a simple area oriented graphical user interface in which applications and documents are rep...
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launch pad

(1) In a restricted sense, the load-bearing base or platform from which a rocket vehicle is launched. This is sometimes called the launch pedestal. (2) More generally, the area from which a rocket vehicle is fired, including all the necessary support facilities, such as the service tower, safety equ...
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Launch pad

[disambiguation] A launch pad is the area and facilities where rockets or spacecraft take off. Launch pad may also refer to: ==Computing== ==Other== ...
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Launch pad

A launch pad is the area and facilities where rockets or spacecraft lift off. A spaceport (or rocket launch site) can contain one or many launch pads. A typical launch pad consists of the service and umbilical structures. The service structure provides an access platform to inspect the launch vehicle prior to launch. Most service structures can be...
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Launch pad

The load-bearing base from which a rocket or spacecraft positioned on its launcher is fired.
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launch pad

the surface from which a missile, space vehicle, etc. is sent into the air or into space
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