News Archive / Tagged: Space Launch Complex 37B
Delta IV Medium ends 17-Year run with 100% successJim SiegelAugust 25th, 2019
ULA's Delta IV Medium rocket, which made its debut flight in 2002, finished its 17-year career by propelling a GPS III satellite into medium Earth orbit.
Gallery: Flight of GPS III marks final flight of Delta IV MediumJason RhianAugust 22nd, 2019
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — United Launch Alliance carried out the last flight of a Delta IV Medium rocket with the GPS III satellite on Aug. 22, 2019, from Space Launch Complex 37B at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.
GALLERY: Delta IV lights up night sky to send WGS-10 into spaceDerek RichardsonMarch 16th, 2019
In one of its last flights, a Delta IV Medium rocket turned night into day as it raced toward orbit to send a military communications satellite into space.
He who laughs last – launches best: Parker Solar Probe mission a testament to faithJason RhianAugust 13th, 2018
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- A speech during a pivotal scene in the 2016 movie Captain America Civil War, has become relevant in terms of the recent flight of the Parker Solar Probe. If you don't think so, you might want to chat with Eugene Parker.
Video: SpaceFlight Insider’s Parker Solar Probe launch highlightsJason RhianAugust 12th, 2018
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- NASA and United Launch Alliance has sent the space agency's Parker Solar Probe on its way to carry out seven fly-bys of Venus - before heading on its way to study the Sun. Liftoff took place from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station's Space Launch Complex 37B on Sunday, Aug. 12 at 3:31 a.m. EDT (07:31 GMT). Video courtesy of SpaceFlight Insider's Mike Howard, Mike Deep and Vikash Mahadeo
Gallery: Flight to light – ULA sends Parker Solar Probe toward the SunJason RhianAugust 12th, 2018
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- United Launch Alliance sent NASA's Parker Solar Probe spacecraft on its way to "touch the surface of the Sun" (our parent star's coronasphere) on Sunday, Aug. 12. The launch service provider had about an hour in which to get the rocket and its precious cargo off the launch pad at Canaveral's Space Launch Complex 37. However, the Colorado-based firm managed to get the mission underway at the very opening of the window at 3:31 a.m. EDT (7:31 GMT).
Technical issues plague 1st launch attempt of NASA’s Parker Solar ProbeDerek RichardsonAugust 11th, 2018
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — NASA’s mission to touch the Sun, the Parker Solar Probe, will have to wait at least one more day as various technical issues with the Delta IV Heavy rocket ultimately led to a scrub of the Aug. 11, 2018, attempt.
SpaceFlight Insider Live: To touch the Sun – Launch of NASA’s Parker Solar ProbeJason RhianAugust 11th, 2018
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- NASA and United Launch Alliance have a Delta IV Heavy rocket all set to launch the space agency's Parker Solar Probe spacecraft on its way to touch the Sun. SpaceFlight Insider's live webcast of this pivotal launch will begin at 3 a.m. EDT (07:00 GMT) Saturday. Aug. 7. Tune in as we bring you exclusive interviews, photos and more - live!