News Archive / Tagged: Space Launch Complex 37
Following extensive delays, ULA successfully launches NRO satelliteMatt HaskellDecember 11th, 2020
Following a series of scrubs, delays and aborts, United Launch Alliance's Delta IV Heavy rocket finally took to the skies at 8:09 p.m. EST, Dec. 10, lofting the NROL-44 payload into a geostationary transfer orbit.
ULA announces new launch date for NROL-44Cullen DesforgesSeptember 19th, 2020
United Launch Alliance has set September 27, 2020 as the target date for the third launch attempt of the NROL-44 payload aboard their Delta IV Heavy Rocket, due to launch at 12:10 a.m. EDT. The launch window will last for approximately 90 minutes.
ULA set to launch mission for National Reconnaissance OfficeMatt HaskellAugust 26th, 2020
United Launch Alliance is preparing to launch the NROL-44 mission for the National Reconnaissance Office atop their Delta IV Heavy rocket early Thursday morning.
ULA Delta IV with GPS III SV02 launch delayedJason RhianJuly 17th, 2019
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- The flight of a United Launch Alliance (ULA) Delta IV Medium+ (4,2) rocket tasked with sending the GPS III SV02 satellite to orbit has been delayed.
Thundering toward light: NASA’s Parker Solar Probe begins journey to SunMichael ColeAugust 12th, 2018
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — NASA's long-awaited Parker Solar Probe launched thunderously into the night sky atop a United Launch Alliance Delta IV Heavy rocket in the early morning hours of Aug. 12. Its goal? To unlock the secrets of Earth's parent star.
Parker Solar Probe stands ready to be propelled into the face of the SunMichael ColeAugust 9th, 2018
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- NASA's Parker Solar Probe (PSP) is edging closer to its long-awaited launch, scheduled no earlier than (NET) 3:33 a.m. EDT (19:33 GMT) on Saturday, August 11. The spacecraft will launch from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station's Space Launch Complex 37B (SLC-37B) atop a United Launch Alliance Delta IV Heavy rocket on its mission to study the Sun's corona and the solar wind.
NASA’s Parker Solar Probe mission slips 5 daysJason RhianJuly 24th, 2018
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — NASA's mission to "touch the Sun" will have to wait a couple more days before blazing a trail toward Earth's parent star. The space agency said Tuesday that more inspection time is needed for the Parker Solar Probe.
Launch of NASA’s Parker Solar Probe delayedJason RhianJuly 18th, 2018
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- NASA announced on Wednesday, July 18 that the launch of the agency's Parker Solar Probe mission, which is designed to "touch" the Sun - had been delayed an additional two days.