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News Archive / Tagged: weather

  • Weather systems prevail, ULA forced to scrub NROL-44

    Sean CostelloSeptember 28th, 2020

    At 6:32 p.m. this evening, ULA tweeted that weather was responsible for the scrub of their planned NROL-44 launch attempt, scheduled to have occurred at 12:02 a.m. early Tuesday morning.

  • Historic Launch Day for SpaceX, NASA: Demo-2 In Images

    Sean CostelloMay 30th, 2020

    For a day which began with a forecast offering 50% odds of violating launch weather rules, it seemed to proceed fairly well.

  • Launch of USSF-7 scrubbed due to weather

    Sean CostelloMay 16th, 2020

    Despite the availability of two 10-minute windows, United Launch Alliance was unable to loft the USSF-7 payload atop their Atlas V rocket due to weather violations in the launch criteria.

  • NOAA to launch six weather satellites later this month

    Laurel KornfeldJune 18th, 2019

    The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) plans to launch six remote-sensing micro-satellites next week, which will monitor weather in space and on Earth beginning approximately seven months after launch.