The Eagerly Awaited Launch of Insight Lander by NASA – A Historical Landmark?

If things go as planned, the launching of NASA’s Interior Exploitation using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport (Insight) lander will take place. The agency wants to ensure that there will be an interior exploration of the Red Planet. Its mission is to study what we call earthquakes here though on Mars. In addition to […]

US Military Satellite launched by the Atlas V Rocket along with an Experimental Spacecraft

Two satellites of the U.S. Air Force was launched into orbit by Atlas V rocket on April 14th, Saturday. The new satellites were launched with the main purpose of improving the satellite communications of the U.S. military and as a latest model design of space vehicle. The initial launch of the Atlas V rocket was […]

NASA to send it’s first-ever mission to study Mars’ deep interior on 5th May

NASA is soon going to launch an expedition to examine the interiors of the wandering star. The survey will capacitate the researchers and scientists to apprehend more about the creation of the planet. The expedition will begin on May 5 through an interplanetary launch of an Insight spacecraft that has explicitly been designed in order […]

NROL-52 classified GEo communications satellite delivered to orbit by Atlas V

United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket delivered for the fifth time in 2017 today to orbit classified spacecraft for National Reconnaissance Office after flawless launch from SLC-41 at Cape Canaveral. This launch was preceded by four not successful launch attempts which took place on October 5th, 6th, 7th and 14th. First two launch attempts were […]

NROL-52 postponed for the third time

This time not weather conditions, but technical issues with Atlas V launch vehicle caused another delay in NROL-52 space mission. Rocket spent last days at SLC-41 with payload encapsulated under the fairing, as Atlas V was rolled out on Tuesday, October 3. After two not successful launch attempts on Thursday and Friday , ULA decided […]

NROL-52 delayed again due the weather conditions

Top secret flight of Atlas 5 with classified payload for National Reconnaissance Office was again postponed for 24 hours. This time launch attempt was in fact even not started. After yesterday’s hold, countdown was not resumed due the same reason. Extremely strong winds at SLC-41 made launch impossible and ULA decided to postpone launch of […]

NROL-42 delivered to orbit !

United Launch Alliance Atlas V (541) delivered today to orbit classified payload for National Reconnaissance Office after launch from Vandenberg Air Force base SLC-3 launch site. Finally Atlas V proved to be ready during final inspection before launch – this time booster caused no issues like on original launch date when ground service team found […]