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Hall Beach is an Inuit settlement, Qikiqtaaluk Region in Nunavut, Canada, established in 1957 during the construction of a Distant Early Warning (DEW) site. It is actually fairly close to another Nunavut settlement, Igloolik, about 69 km (43 mi) as the crow flies, a rarity in this vast territory. In 1971, seven sounding rockets of the Tomahawk Sandia type were launched from Hall Beach, some reaching altitudes of 270 km (170 mi).
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