Last of the Titans

Did you guys catch the story in the LA Times about last Wednesday's Titan launch out at Vandenberg? The word is that the Titan is no more. A 44 year
old program has just launched its last rocket. They are concentrating on less expensive lifting vehicles such as the Delta.
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http://www.spaceflightnow.com/titan/b26/051019launch2.html
The above link will take you to photos of the launch
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http://www.spaceflightnow.com/titan/b26 /
This link will take you to the full story. I was wrong, the program will be 50 this month.
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yes the full story was on www.space.com yesterday

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