ULA Atlas V NROL-52 Rocket Launch From The Cape Scrubbed Once Again On Saturday, Due To Weather

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74th flight of the Atlas V rocket

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BREVARD COUNTY •  CAPE CANAVERAL, FLORIDA – United Launch Alliance’s Atlas V rocket launch from Cape Canaveral was scrubbed Saturday after inclement weather in the area prevented liftoff.

This is the fourth scrubbed launch attempt for the Atlas V rocket in over nine days with the last attempt occurring last Saturday when a telemetry transmitter on the rocket had an issue. The other attempts for launch were scrubbed due to weather.

A new launch time is set for tomorrow, Sunday, Oct. 15, with launch window opening at 3:28 a.m. ET

 

Coverage of the launch can be seen on Space Coast Daily TV

Rocket: Atlas V 421
Mission: NROL-52
Launch Date: Sunday, Oct. 15
Launch Period: 3:28 a.m. ET
Launch Location: Space Launch Complex 41, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida
Launch Notes: The NROL-52 mission will mark ULA’s seventh launch of 2017 and 26th for the National Reconnaissance Office. NROL-52 will be the 74th flight of the Atlas V rocket and the seventh in the 421 configuration.

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Launch Updates: To keep up to speed with updates to the launch countdown, dial the ULA launch hotline at 1-877-852-4321 or join the conversation at www.facebook.com/ulalaunch, twitter.com/ulalaunch and instagram.com/ulalaunch; hashtags #AtlasV and #NROL52.

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