This collection contains documents relating to the Capistrano Test Site used by Northrop Grumman from 1963.
Nestled in the hills of Southern California near San Clemente, Northrop Grumman’s Capistrano Test Site (CTS) has been a proving
ground for state-of-the-art technologies since 1963. The 2,700-acre site contains test areas used to develop and test spacecraft
and rocket propulsion systems. It was the development site for the engine that landed Apollo astronauts on the moon six times.
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