|Launch Complex 40 ~ Titan III and IV
|Launch Complex 40 was built to support Titan launches beginning on June 18 1965 and was used until April 29, 2005 when
the final Titan 4 to be launched from Cape Canaveral was sent on its way. The mobile launch tower, the main element seen
above, is one of the largest movable structures in the world and stands close to 400 feet tall. Today, Complex 40 is dormant
and may be used in the future to test NASA's Crew Exloration Vehicle launcher, a modified Space Shuttle Solid Rocket
Booster with upper stage. In all, Launch Complex 40 was the starting point for 55 launches, all of the Titan family.