Minggu, 03 Juli 2011

Minotaur Rocket Launch From NASA Wallops Done

Wallops Island, Virginia - A U.S. Air Force Minotaur 1 rocket, the Ministry of Defence Operational Responsive Space Office SRO-1 satellite was launched successfully at 11:09 EDT today range Lancer NASA Wallops Flight Facility and the Mid Atlantic Regional Spaceport, in Virginia.

"We are very pleased to continue our support for the U.S. Air Force and the Office of operational response space (ORS) with the successful launch," said Bill Wrobel, Director of the Fund for the stealing of the NASA Wallops. "It's a Minotaur IV launch from Wallops December 2006 and look forward to working with the Air Force and the ORS in future projects."

"Today's launch continues the tradition of providing efficient and economical Wallops effective support to our launch customers, including government and commercial organizations," said Wrobel.

SRO-1 is the space the first satellite office operating operating response.

Additional information about the mission is available online at here

Future missions Wallops Information is available at here

Release information is also available in the status line 757-824-2050 Wallops launch.

The next planned mission of the NASA facility in Wallops flight is two sets of two suborbital rockets. Both series include a Terrier-Orion Black Brant V and Improves 9:30 to 13:30 on July 5 to 25.

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