Space Florida Wants Commercial Space Port Near Space Shuttle Launch Pads and Airstripby Tommy on 24/09/2012
Stratolauncher I guess, since they already have two big pads sitting unused and two unused pads sitting out on the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. At $2.3 million just for environmental work this must be leverage on NASA to start thinking critically about their insanity.
150 acres just north of the Shuttle landing strip is mostly dry land and is accessible via the causeway from the vehicle assembly building complex and from downtown Titusville via State Highway 402 and the Max Brewer Memorial Parkway, and yet still does not overfly any existing pads, so that is entirely reasonable. I say go for it. This is an eminently commendable idea.
But I would do it right on the end of the existing Space Shuttle airstrip.
They should try to get the entire strip.
Update : I have tried to center the map on the suggested Shiloh orange groves located on an area of higher elevation just north of the Space Shuttle landing email@example.com