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SFI LIVE: Launch of AFSPC-11 on ULA Atlas V

The ULA Atlas V 551 tasked with sending the AFSPC-11 mission to orbit. Photo Credit: Scott Schilke / SpaceFlight Insider

The ULA Atlas V 551 tasked with sending the AFSPC-11 mission to orbit. Photo Credit: Scott Schilke / SpaceFlight Insider

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — A United Launch Alliance Atlas V 551 rocket is poised to send the United States Air Force’s AFSPC-11 mission with the launch window slated to open at 7:13 p.m. ET. The flight is set to get underway from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 41. SpaceFlight Insider’s live show is currently scheduled to begin at 6:45 p.m. ET.

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Reader Comments

The streaming video of the launch is delayed. As I watched your broadcast on my iPhone, I went outside to see it when ignition started and was disappointed to see it already high in the sky and heading downrange. Please let us in Florida know how much to allow for the delay.

Thanks again for broadcasting the launch. The video stream was very clear, just late.

Still irritating that Russian rocket engines are being used to launch USAF payloads. Shame.

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