Relativity Space launched its Terran 1 rocket for its First Flight mission, named "Good Luck, Have Fun," at 11:25pm March 22nd from Launch Complex 16 at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida
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The Florida Highway Patrol has confirmed that the accident was caused when the driver of the tractor-trailer failed to slow down or move over for a lane closure.
On March 9th, ULA’s new rocket, Vulcan, was moved from the Vertical Integration Facility to Space Launch Complex-41 at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in preparation for the Vulcan Centaur's first launch, which is expected to take place no earlier than May 4.
Relativity Space says the two last-minute aborts were caused by a violation of launch commit criteria, triggering an automated abort mechanism that halted the ignition of the rocket's nine Aeon 1 engines.
Weather is looking good for Relativity Space' second attempt at launching its 3D printed Terran 1 rocket into orbit on its first-ever flight. The new launch window opens on March 11th from 1-4pm ET at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida.
Titusville's Blue Heron Water Reclamation Facility is experiencing problems with its high-service reclaimed water pumps, which has resulted in a temporary halt to the supply of reclaimed water to customers in the south end of the city.
The U.S. Space Force has granted the use of several launch pads at the iconic Cape Canaveral launch facility in Florida to four additional private launch companies.
The Brevard County Board of Commissioners has initiated a public comment period to get feedback from residents on how best to use the funds. The comment period will be open until March 20
NASA’s SpaceX Crew-6 mission has been given the green light for launch to the International Space Station (ISS) after a launch readiness review, weather briefing, and mission management meeting on February 28.
With just two minutes remaining on the countdown clock, the Crew-6 launch was called off due to a problem related to the TEA-TEB ignition fluid, which is used to ignite the SpaceX Falcon 9’s rocket engines at liftoff.