Following the lift off of carrier aircraft "Cosmic Girl" at 0549 GMT from the Mojave Air and Space Port, California on 2 July, and after flying out over the Pacific, Virgin Orbit's LauncherOne rocket was air-dropped at 0653 GMT with the first engine igniting soon...
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The United Launch Alliance (ULA) successfully launched an Atlas V 541/RL-10 C1/GEM-63 launch vehicle from Cape Canaveral, USA at 2315 GMT on 1 July 2022 on behalf of the United Space Force's Space Systems Command's USSF-12 mission. The rocket was carrying two payloads...
Aspiring launch provider Relativity Space is selected by OneWeb to provide launches for its Gen 2 satellites
OneWeb signed a "launch services agreement for multiple launches" with upcoming American launch provider Relativity Space on 30 June. According to the announcement, the agreement includes an undisclosed number of future missions utilizing its in-development,...
ISRO successfully launches PSLV-C53 with solar cell covered last stage becoming a satellite in its own right (Corrected)
India's space agency and industrial conglomerate, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), has successfully launched its PSLV CA rocket on flight C53 from the Sriharikota (Satish Dhawan Space Centre). The launch, under ISRO commercial subsidiary NewSpace India...