November 16, at 1:47 am E.T. the Artemis I mission finally commenced as SLS made her maiden voyage to the moon.
Oct. 5 at 5:36 pm E.T. An Atlas V rocket carrying twin satellites, SES 20 & 21 lifted off from SLC-41 at CCSFS to deliver the payloads into a near geosynchronous orbit around the equator.
Sept. 24 at 2:53 pm PDT the final Delta IV Heavy from Vandenberg Space Force Base lifted off carrying a top-secret payload for the NRO.
Aug. 29, two hours before lift off, during the countdown NASA found a temperature issue with one of the four RS-25 engines that prevented teams from continuing with the mission. More information about the next attempt is expected Tuesday evening from NASA.
6:29 am E.T. from SLC-41, an Atlas V 421 lifted off from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station carrying the sixth and final SBIRS satellite, the GEO-6.
June 30 at 6:00 pm E.T. an Atlas V rocket in the 541 configuration lifted off from SLC-41 at the Cape Canaveral Space Force Station to deliver dual payloads to a geosynchronous orbit for testing purposes of the Department of Defense.
May 19 at 6:54 pm E.T. from SLC-41 at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station Once again, we are […]
Tuesday, March 1st 2022. Lift off of the newest NOAA weather monitoring satellite atop an Atlas V from SLC-41 took place at 4:38 PM Est.
2:00 PM Est, Friday January 21st the Atlas V in the 511-configuration lifted of SLC-41 at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station, launching two satellites into a near geosynchronous orbit for the U.S. Space Force Systems Command.
Dec. 6th at 4:04 AM Est the STP-3 mission launched atop an Atlas V 551 rocket from ULA. The mission, a series of tests for the U.S. Space Force.