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.
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.
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.
Launching October 16th at 5:34 AM Est from SLC-41 at Canaveral Space Force Station NASA’s first spacecraft to […]
Thursday July 29th. Just hours after docking at the International Space Station the Russian MLM module started unexpectedly firing it’s thrusters causing the station to move off course. Boeing’s Starliner OFT-2 launch now delayed until Tuesday August 3rd.