Europe's Ariane 5 rocket moved to the launch zone in French Guiana on Wednesday, loaded with a pair of telecommunications satellites to serve Eutelsat, Qatar and the Indian Navy. The launcher, powered by twin solid rocket boosters and a hydrogen-fueled core engine, will lift off at 2030 GMT (4:30 p.m. EDT). The flight has a 50-minute launch window. It will take about a half-hour to deliver the Eutelsat 25B/Es'hail 1 and GSAT 7 payloads into geostationary transfer orbit.
The Zippo Car stops to marvel at the enormity Mount Rushmore. In 1933, the Mount Rushmore project became part of the National Park Service. That just so happens to be the same year the first Zippo Lighter was built.