MOVING CAPE CANAVERAL SPACE CENTER TO THE BOLIVIAN ALTIPLANO
Considering that Cape Canaveral is subject to ever increasing storms and bad weather that has already ended in accidents with the Space Shuttle, a new place for launching into space is mandatory.
Cape Canaveral has a Latitude of 29 N and Longitude 79 E
The Bolivian Altiplano has a Latitude of 16 S and Longitude 68 W
Note that it is closer to the Equator.
Furthermore it is at 4000 m above sea level. This is a highly significant energy saving for launching vehicles into space.
It is called Altiplano which stands for “high plateau”. This extense flat surface is of great advantage for the logistics of development of a launching pad.
The surrounding mountains can be used for coverage and protection and for building the rocket structures.
Finally, the weather is much more benign at high altitude, with no serious storms.
This would also mean a development pole for Bolivia, a beautiful and pleasant country in much need of sincere collaboration.
COMMON SENSE DICTATES THESE IDEAS