News Archive / Tagged: weather
Weather systems prevail, ULA forced to scrub NROL-44Sean 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 ImagesSean 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 weatherSean 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 monthLaurel 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.