A Delta IVM+ 4,2 launch vehicle powered away from its foggy launch pad in Cape Canaveral, Florida, on its way to deliver the GPS IIF-9 navigation spacecraft into Medium Earth Orbit (MEO). The launch occurred at 1836 GMT launch and was performed by the launch provider ULA (United Launch Alliance) on behalf of the US Air Force.
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