Steven Becker


In the southern area of the Everglades, less than five miles from Everglades National Park is a 180-foot deep hole with the largest solid fuel rocket ever built. In the early 1960s, fueled by the space race, Aerojet won the bid to build three solid fuel engines to power the Saturn Rockets to the moon. Homestead was awarded the location and a 5,500-acre site was built in the Everglades. Three test rockets… Read More