Iridium NEXT-4, scheduled to launch NET 22 December 2017 from SLC-4E, will be the first flight-proven Falcon 9 mission from Vandenberg.
( - In what has already been a busy year for Space X, the commercial launch provider is adding one more mission to its jammed-packed end-of-year schedule.
A mysterious mission codenamed Zuma will launch No Earlier Than 10 November 2017 from LC-39A at the Kennedy Space Center.
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Know more | Rental Details Sekonic’s new LITEMASTER PRO L-478D meter is the world’s first touch-screen-operated light meter.You can also follow satellite re-entries and other special events, join the observer community, post messages and share your comments and observations.Currently in our database we have more than 9000 observation reports! You won't find any other tracker that provides all these functions!Meanwhile, CRS-13 is slipping at least one week per the Station’s schedule, and the Iridium NEXT-4 mission from Vandenberg has received permission to debut RTLS landing of the Falcon 9 booster back at SLC-4W.( - United Launch Alliance’s clandestine Atlas V launch in support of the US National Reconnaissance Office finally departed SLC-41 on Sunday, after previously failing to dodge bad weather and then suffering a telemetry transmitter issue.While the touchdown was nominal, a post-landing incident resulted in a short fire at the aft of the ship, which also damaged the robot that was to be used to secure the booster. ( - Two spacewalkers completed the third in a trio of spacewalks on the International Space Station (ISS) to complete vital maintenance on the Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS), specifically its new Latching End Effectors (LEE).