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References

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Pope Clement XII



Clement XII, né Lorenzo Corsini (Florence, April 7, 1652 - Rome, February 6, 1740) (pope 17301740), a Florentine aristocrat, had been a lawyer and financial manager under preceding pontiffs. He is known for building the new faÇade of St. John Lateran and beginning the Trevi Fountain and the purchase of Cardinal Albanis collection of antiquities for the papal gallery. http://www.santasusanna.org/images/Pope Clement XII.jpg Under Pope Benedict XIII, the finances of the Papal States had been delivered into the hands of Cardinal Coscia and other members of the curia, who had left the finances of the see in bad shape. After deliberating for four months, the College of Cardinals selected Cardinal Lorenzo Corsini, 78 years old and with failing eyesight, who had held all the important offices of the Roman Curia. As a Corsini, with his mother a Strozzi, the new pope represented a family in the highest level of Florentine society, with a cardinal in every generation for the previous hundred years. Corsini was a lawyer, with a degree from the University of Pisa, who had practiced law under the able direction of his uncle, Cardinal Neri Corsini. After the death of his uncle and his father, in 1685, Lorenzo, now thirty-three, would have become head of the Corsini. Instead he resigned his right of primogeniture and from Pope Innocent XI he purchased, according to the custom of the time, for 30,000 scudi, a position of prelatial rank and devoted his wealth and leisure to the enlargement of the library bequeathed to him by his uncle. In 1696 Corsini was appointed treasurer-general and governor of the Castel SantAngelo. 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List of Merritt Island launch sites



s two spaceports are shown side-by-side on this map. Merritt Island, Florida, off of the eastern coast of Florida, is home to two spaceports, servicing several launch sites for rockets.

John F. Kennedy Space Center

Kennedy Space Center has one launch site with two pads. This was the site of the Saturn V launches, as well as those of the Space Shuttle.
Kennedy Space Center Launch Complex 39A, active
Kennedy Space Center Launch Complex 39B, active
Kennedy Space Center Launch Complex 39C, unbuilt, Saturn V

Cape Canaveral Air Force Station

Cape Canaveral Air Force Station (CCAFS) was the site of all pre-Project Apollo manned launches, as well as many other important early United States Department of Defense (DoD) and NASA launches. For the DoD, it plays a secondary role to Vandenberg AFB in California, but is still the launch site for many NASA unmanned space probes, as those spacecraft are typically launched on United States Air Force launchers. Much of the support activity for CCAFS occurs at nearby Patrick Air Force Base.
Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Launch Complex 1, inactive, V-2 rocket, Bumper rocket, SM-62 Snark, aerostat
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