RadFxSat Launch Delayed2017年11月07日 16時34分

[amsat-bb] RadFxSat Launch Delayed
Tue Nov 7 02:36:33 UTC 2017

United Launch Alliance (ULA) announced this afternoon that the launch
of the Delta II rocket carrying RadFxSat has been delayed due to a
faulty battery on the booster. The launch is now scheduled for no
earlier than Tuesday, November 14th. Stay tuned to the AMSAT-BB,
AMSAT News Service, and the AMSAT web site for further details.

Paul Stoetzer, N8HM
Executive Vice President
Radio Amateur Satellite Corporation (AMSAT-NA)


Delta II to Launch JPSS-1
(C)United Launch Alliance, LLC

Update: Nov.6, 2017, 3 p.m. PST: The ULA Delta II rocket carrying the
JPSS-1 mission for NASA and NOAA is delayed due to a faulty battery.
The delay allows the team time to replace the battery on the Delta
II booster. The vehicle and spacecraft remain stable. Launch of the
JPSS-1 mission is scheduled for no earlier than Tuesday, Nov.14, 2017.

Delta II JPSS-1 Mission ArtworkRocket: Delta II
Mission: Joint Polar Satellite System (JPSS)-1
Launch Date: No earlier than Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2017
Live Broadcast: Stay tuned for how you can watch live
Launch Location: Space Launch Complex 2, Vandenberg AFB, California