Talk:Churchill Rocket Research Range

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Facility[edit]

"Fort Churchill is a rocket launching complex located in Churchill, Manitoba" The rocket launch facility (Churchill Research Range)is located about 10 miles east of Fort Churchill. The townsite of Fort Churchill was built as a military community. It lies just a couple of miles east of Churchill, the original community and deep-sea port at the mouth of the Churchill River on Hudson Bay.


Fort churchill was built for sr. robertson berton and 2,000 other men. Info by: Rae

Current use[edit]

Its currently (and for a while) been the Churchill Northern Studies Center. http://www.churchillscience.ca/ 99.236.162.144 (talk) 02:53, 13 September 2011 (UTC)

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