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The name Alim is a Muslim baby name. In Muslim the meaning of the name Alim is: Man of learning. Wise.

SoulUrge Number: 1

People with this name have a deep inner desire to use their abilities in leadership, and to have personal independence. They would rather focus on large, important issues, and delegate the details.

Expression Number: 8

People with this name are competent, practical, and often obtain great power and wealth. They tend to be successful in business and commercial affairs, and are able to achieve great material dreams. Because they often focus so strongly on business and achievement, they may neglect their private lives and relationships.

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Baudon, 2011Credit: Stephane Corvaja/ESACredit: Stephane Corvaja/ESACredit: ESA | | | | 2014 Spaceflight Now Inc.2010 concludes with Ariane rocket's 199th launchSPACEFLIGHT NOWPosted: December 29, 2010Two commercial satellites for the expansion of communications services from space were launched atop an Ariane 5 rocket today, capping another successful year for the booster that saw a dozen payloads deployed in 2010.Credit: ArianespaceThe hydrogen-fueled main engine roared to life at 2127 GMT (4:27 p.m. EST), followed seven seconds later by ignition of the twin solid rocket motors to begin thundering out of the Guiana Space Center in Kourou on the northeastern coast of South America.The heavy-lift launcher, making its 55th flight, climbed steeply through the late afternoon sky and headed downrange for a half-hour trek into geosynchronous transfer orbit to deliver the Spanish Hispasat 1E and South Korea's Koreasat 6 spacecraft.It was the Ariane rocket family's 199th mission, coming 31 years since the maiden launch in 1979."I want to thank all of those who contributed to this new Ariane 5 success," said Arianespace Chairman & CEO Jean-Yves Le Gall. 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A barrel-shaped satellite adapter will be jettisoned three-and-a-half minutes later, exposing the COMSATBw 2 spacecraft for deployment at T+33 minutes, 21 seconds.After arriving in geosynchronous orbit, ASTRA 3B will be positioned at 23.5 degrees east longitude to replace two aging satellites covering communications users across Europe and the Middle East.Operated by SES ASTRA, the 12,063-pound satellite will broadcast television services directly to homes in Europe and provide two-way broadband communications for Middle East customers. ASTRA 3B's service life is projected to be at least 15 yearsSATBw 2 will join a nearly identical satellite launched in October to serve Germany's military with secure communications. The sister satellites will ensure the German Armed Forces receives reliable voice and data relay, video and multimedia broadcasting services for the next 15 years.Germany's new satellite constellation will reach from the Americas to the Far East. 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Credit: ArianespaceThe European-made booster roared out of the South American jungle launch site at 1:52 p.m. EDT (1752 GMT) after a 99-minute delay initially caused by unfavorable weather and then two holds late in the countdown for unspecified issues.Once clocks hit zero, the giant rocket fired to life and thundered on its way toward geosynchronous transfer orbit. Launch provider Arianespace reported the Ariane hit the targeted orbit with a high point of 22,334 miles, a low point of 155 miles and inclination of 6 degrees.Some 26 minutes after liftoff, the massive TerreStar 1 satellite was successfully released into the preliminary perch above the planet."Sometimes it is nerve-racking to go through these sorts of launches," Jean-Yves Le Gall, chairman and CEO of Arianespace, said shortly after the successful deployment."Nerve-racking? 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STORY WRITTEN FOR & USED WITH PERMISSIONPosted: November 21, 2010 A powerful Delta 4 rocket roared to life and climbed away from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Sunday evening on a high-priority mission to boost a National Reconnaissance Office spy satellite into orbit. Credit: United Launch Alliance videoUnder a cloudy sky, the hydrogen-fueled engines in the three common core boosters of the United Launch Alliance Delta 4 ignited with a rush of orange fire at 5:58 p.m. EST (2258 GMT) and quickly throttled up to nearly 2 million pounds of thrust.Hold-down clamps then released and the huge rocket majestically climbed away from launch complex 37 atop a torrent of fiery exhaust. About 30 seconds later, it knifed into a deck of low clouds and disappeared from view.Because the NROL-32 payload is classified, United Launch Alliance halted commentary about seven minutes after liftoff, just after the protective nose cone fairing separated and fell away. The vehicle was performing normally at that point, but no other updates were expected.The payload is believed to be an electronic eavesdropping satellite with a huge collecting antenna. In a September address to the Air Force Association, NRO Director Bruce Carlson said the Delta 4 was carrying "the largest satellite in the world.""I believe the payload is the fifth in the series of what we call Mentor spacecraft, a.k.a. Advanced Orion, which gather signals intelligence from inclined geosynchronous orbits," Ted Molczan, a respected satellite tracker, told Spaceflight Now. "They are among the largest satellites ever deployed."Once on station, the satellite presumably will unfold a huge, lightweight antenna to tap into targeted military or civilian communications networks."The satellite likely consists of sensitive radio receivers and an antenna generally believed to span up to 100 meters (328 feet) to gather electronic intelligence for the National Security Agency," Molczan told Spaceflight Now.ULA and the Air Force had hoped to launch the Delta 4 last Thursday, but the flight was delayed one day to replace suspect wiring in the system that releases the rocket from the launch pad. During fueling for a launch attempt Friday, unexpected temperature readings in the right and left common core boosters forced another delay.After extensive troubleshooting, engineers concluded two sensors were at fault. They were replaced and launch was reset for Sunday.This was the 351st Delta launch since the program's maiden flight in 1960, the 14th flight of a Delta 4 and the fourth mission by the most powerful Delta 4 "heavy" configuration.Final Shuttle Mission PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!The crew emblem for the final space shuttle mission is now available in our store. Get this piece of history!STS-134 PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!The final planned flight of space shuttle Endeavour is symbolized in the official embroidered crew patch for STS-134. Available in our store!Ares 1-X PatchThe official embroidered patch for the Ares 1-X rocket test flight, is available for purchase.Apollo CollageThis beautiful one piece set features the Apollo program emblem surrounded by the individual mission logos.Project OrionThe Orion crew exploration vehicle is NASA's first new human spacecraft developed since the space shuttle a quarter-century earlier. The capsule is one of the key elements of returning astronauts to the Moon.Fallen Heroes Patch CollectionThe official patches from Apollo 1, the shuttle Challenger and Columbia crews are available in the store. | | | | 2014 Spaceflight Now Inc.Delta 4 rocket launches for Australian satellite deploy SPACEFLIGHT NOWPosted: August 7, 2013 A rocket launch funded entirely by Australia streaked to orbit Wednesday night from Cape Canaveral in a show of international cooperation between the U.S. military and its allies.The Delta 4 launches with WGS 6. Credit: Pat Corkery/United Launch AllianceA United Launch Alliance Delta 4 rocket roared off Complex 37 at 8:29 p.m. EDT (0029 GMT), lighting up the Florida sky mere minutes after the sun had set, on a 41-minute climb into a supersynchronous transfer orbit with WGS 6.The sixth Wideband Global SATCOM spacecraft was built by Boeing just like the previous five, but this satellite was paid for by Australia instead of the U.S. Air Force.Through a collaborative deal, signed in 2007 and extending through 2029, the Australian Defence Force agreed to buy WGS 6, its launcher and contribute to system sustainment costs in exchange for a piece of the worldwide communications capabilities provided by the growing satellite constellation."This partnership with the U.S. provides the Australian Defence Force with a high bandwidth satellite communications capability with global coverage," said Warren King, chief executive officer of Australia's Defence Materiel Organisation."These satellites provide Australia with improved warfare capabilities through access to world-leading communications in terms of coverage, operational flexibility and bandwidth."At least 10 WGS satellites will be orbited in the Pentagon's efforts to replace the aging Defense Satellite Communication System with new technology. Each WGS has 10 times the capacity of a DSCS satellite, allowing users to process and receive data quicker than ever before. In addition to the Australian contribution, a five-nation deal signed last year is funding the upcoming WGS 9 satellite and brings Canada, Denmark, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and New Zealand into the system."This sharing of resources is very consistant with what the Department of Defense wants to do to form stronger coalitions with our allied partners," said Dave Madden, the MILSATCOM director at the Air Force's Space and Missile Systems Center."When budgets get tight, it actually forces people to think more and work harder together. I think the reductions in the budgets are going to enable us to form some very strong partnerships with a lot of our allied partners that will significantly bring down our operating costs of system and create better interoperability between our forces when we deploy together."The Delta 4 launches with WGS 6. Credit: Pat Corkery/United Launch AllianceFour WGS satellites are in service today, covering most of the planet except for the Americas. The spacecraft responsible for that zone, WGS 5, was launched May 24 and should be ready for operations in a few months.Madden said WGS 6's operational point in space has not been determined."I'm not sure where we are going to end up putting it. But from Australia's standpoint it doesn't matter because they've bought into a percentage of the constellation," he said."Symbolically, it would have been nice to say this one goes right over Australia, they could look up and say that was the one we bought, but it really doesn't matter to them, what they care about is the bandwidth and worldwide coverage."The communications package on each WGS provides shaped, steerable spotbeams of bandwidth wherever requested across its field-of-view for X- and Ka-band frequencies, plus the onboard capability to switch signals from one band to the other."What this system does is it provides point-to-point, multi-point broadcast with seamless crossbanding between X- and Ka-band communications. Where that really comes into play is the key capability of interoperability between various terminals and warfighters," Madden said."For example, a Navy ship can be operating X-band and go up to WGS system and be able to communicate with somebody else operating with a Ka terminal and vice-versa. It allows us more flexibility on the ground, the satellite does that conversion for them and we can cross-talk across the services."The X-band communications through DSCS and WGS allow data, photos and video to be relayed to troops on the battlefield. But WGS also brings Ka-band to the table for high-volume broadcasting to user terminals across the reception area.WGS 6 is seen here in the cleanroom before launch. Credit: United Launch Alliance"What we use wideband communications for is to move large amounts of data -- video type information, two commanders trying to talk to each other over video teleconference, share information, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance data (from UAVs), large files that have to move through the system...and we broadcast TV to kiosks," Madden said.The next four WGS satellites -- 7 through 10 -- are in production at Boeing facilities in Los Angeles. Launches of those spacecraft begin in 2015."The demand for wideband satellite communications continues to increase," said Craig Cooning, vice president and general manager of Boeing Space & Intelligence Systems. "WGS 6 and the additional WGS spacecraft yet to be launched will help to meet that need."After arriving in its prescribed supersynchronous transfer orbit Wednesday night, Boeing assumed control of WGS 6 from the same command center currently flying WGS 5.WGS 6 will spend about three months using its conventional chemical engines and xenon thrusters to maneuver from the launch's elliptical dropoff orbit into its test slot in geosynchronous orbit 22,300 miles up.Boeing then conducts a month of system testing before handing over the satellite to the Air Force for its own set of checks before positioning WGS 6 in its final location and setting it operational in early 2014."With each WGS satellite, Boeing further augments the DOD's highest capacity communications satellite system. Utilizing steerable and shapable spotbeams to enable the X- and Ka-band protected comm, these satellites provide tremendous operational flexibility for the DOD and allied forces worldwide," said Mark Spiwak, Boeing's WGS program director.Wednesday's flight was United Launch Alliance's seventh already in 2013, using its fleets of Atlas 5 and Delta 4 boosters. The company has five more manifested this year.Next up is the Delta 4-Heavy rocket on Aug. 28 carrying a classified payload for the U.S. National Reconnaissance Office from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California.STS-134 PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!The final planned flight of space shuttle Endeavour is symbolized in the official embroidered crew patch for STS-134. Available in our store!Final Shuttle Mission PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!The crew emblem for the final space shuttle mission is now available in our store. 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The design features the space shuttle Columbia's historic maiden flight of April 12, 1981.Mercury anniversaryFree shipping to U.S. addresses!Celebrate the 50th anniversary of Alan Shephard's historic Mercury mission with this collectors' item, the official commemorative embroidered patch. | | | | 2014 Spaceflight Now Inc.Delta 4 rocket launches from Vandenberg for first timeA Boeing Delta 4 rocket makes its inaugural West Coast blastoff at 8:33 p.m. local time June 27 carrying a classified national security satellite.Photo credit: Gene Blevins/LA Daily News Ares 1-X PatchThe official embroidered patch for the Ares 1-X rocket test flight, is available for purchase.Apollo CollageThis beautiful one piece set features the Apollo program emblem surrounded by the individual mission logos.Expedition 21The official embroidered patch for the International Space Station Expedition 21 crew is now available from our stores.Hubble PatchThe official embroidered patch for mission STS-125, the space shuttle's last planned service call to the Hubble Space Telescope, is available for purchase. | | | | 2014 Spaceflight Now Inc.Delta 4 rocket launches GOES O The United Launch Alliance Delta 4 rocket blasts off from Cape Canaveral's Complex 37 at 6:51 p.m. EDT June 27 carrying the GOES O weather observatory.Photo credit: Carleton Bailie for BoeingPhoto credit: NASA-KSCPhoto credit: Carleton Bailie for BoeingPhoto credit: NASA-KSCPhoto credit: NASA-KSCPhoto credit: Carleton Bailie for BoeingPhoto credit: Carleton Bailie for BoeingPhoto credit: Carleton Bailie for BoeingPhoto credit: Carleton Bailie for BoeingPhoto credit: Carleton Bailie for BoeingPhoto credit: Carleton Bailie for BoeingPhoto credit: NASA-KSCPhoto credit: NASA-KSCPhoto credit: Carleton Bailie for BoeingPhoto credit: NASA-KSCPhoto credit: NASA-KSCPhoto credit: NASA-KSCPhoto credit: NASA-KSCPhoto credit: Carleton Bailie for BoeingPhoto credit: Carleton Bailie for Boeing | | | | 2014 Spaceflight Now Inc.Delta 4 rocket overcomes engine issue during launch SPACEFLIGHT NOWPosted: October 6, 2012 Generating less than its normal 25,000 pounds of thrust because of a still unknown problem, the upper stage engine on the Delta 4 rocket had to fire for longer periods of time Thursday morning before ultimately delivering the GPS payload into the right orbit, overcoming the adversity to achieve success. Credit: Pat Corkery/United Launch AllianceDelta 4 rocket-maker United Launch Alliance and RL10B-2 engine provider Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne have convened a review panel to look into the telemetry recorded during the ascent and determine what caused the low-thrust condition.Officials say it is too soon to know what, if any, impact the situation will have on plans to launch an Atlas 5 rocket with the Pentagon's X-37B miniature space shuttle using a Centaur upper stage equipped with a similar-yet-different RL10 powerplant Oct. 25."Though the GPS 2F-3 mission was a complete success, ULA fully understands the challenges of launch and will thoroughly investigate and implement appropriate actions to reliably deliver our customer's critical capabilities to the orbital positions required," Jim Sponnick, ULA's vice president of missions operations, said in a press release Friday night.Thursday's voyage of the 20-story rocket set sail at 8:10 a.m. EDT (1210 GMT) from pad 37B at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station topped with the Global Positioning System 2F-3 navigation satellite.A pair of strap-on solid-fuel boosters provided extra power for the first 95 seconds of flight, assisting the cryogenic first stage in climbing away from Earth.The RS-68 main engine finished its burn about four minutes after liftoff and separated, leaving the upper stage with the RL10B-2 to deploy its extendible carbon-carbon nozzle and ignite.The mission sequence planned three burns of the upper stage, initial reaching a low-altitude parking orbit, then a highly elliptical transfer orbit and eventually achieving a circular orbit in line with the GPS constellation 11,000 nautical miles up.That first burn was supposed to last nearly 8 minutes. However, it ran around a half-minute longer than expected as a consequence of the lower-than-planned thrust output, to reach the parking orbit of roughly 213 by 88 nautical miles, tilted 41.6 degrees to the equator.The rocket coasted over the central Atlantic for about 9 minutes before restarting the engine to run for a scheduled three minutes -- but went about a minute beyond the anticipated duration -- to inject itself into an orbit with a high point of 11,001 nautical miles, a low point of 129 nautical miles and inclined 43.3 degrees.Precise numbers on the actual burn durations and exactly how long the firings went overtime were not immediately available to the press Saturday.There was no official indication that the launch was in trouble as it unfolded live. Behind the scenes, however, there were worries about the engine's performance. Animation of the upper stage firing. Credit: United Launch AllianceA three-hour quiet coast period then began as the rocket motor and attached payload traveled away from Earth toward the high-mark of the orbit for one final firing.The third burn raised the orbit's low point and increased the inclination to ascend into the GPS network, then Delta released the satellite cargo into an approximate 11,047-nautical-mile perch tilted 55 degrees to the equator.Officials indicate the final burn produced the necessary boost to finish shaping the orbit for GPS 2F-3. Whether this firing also suffered the low-thrust condition or not has not been confirmed.But the satellite arrived in space exactly where it was intended to fly despite the engine situation that, remarkably, was not a detriment to the launch's end result."The Delta 4's robust system design, flight software, vehicle margins and propellant reserves enabled the successful outcome for this mission," ULA said in a statement to reporters Friday night."The unexpected signature was seen during second stage performance as evidenced by a reduced thrust level of the RL10 engine. The onboard inertial guidance and flight control systems compensated for the lower thrust conditions and the Delta second stage delivered the satellite to the proper orbit."The investigation team assembled by ULA and PWR will have oversight from major customers, the press release said. The panel will work to determine what caused the low-thrust and identify what actions should be taken to prevent a reoccurrence in the future.Fed with supercold liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen, the RL10B-2 is the latest in a long line of upper stage engines dating back a half-century. The original version of the RL10 debuted successfully on an Atlas rocket in 1963 and has been part of Centaur for more than 200 space missions.The RL10 has dispatched robotic expeditions to every planet in our solar system, plus multiple missions to the moon and countless military spacecraft and commercial communications satellites in orbits around Earth.This latest RL10 variant was introduced in 1998 as part of Boeing's Delta 3 program, which served as a stepping-stone to the Delta 4 rocket and development of its cryogenic upper stage.The engine has been fired in space 23 times to date.Its specs include a nominal thrust of 24,750 pounds, mass of 664 pounds, an overall length of 13.6 feet, including 7 feet just for the nozzle extension and a specific impulse of 465.5 seconds.STS-134 PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!The final planned flight of space shuttle Endeavour is symbolized in the official embroidered crew patch for STS-134. 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STORY WRITTEN FOR & USED WITH PERMISSIONPosted: May 21, 2009With the shuttle Atlantis in good shape and no problems with its protective heat shield, NASA managers today released the shuttle Endeavour from stand-by duty for a possible launch on an emergency rescue mission. The Atlantis astronauts, meanwhile, pressed ahead with preparations for landing Friday, keeping tabs on threatening weather in Florida. Atlantis' path home during Friday's first landing opportunity. Credit: NASA TVSee more ground tracks Engineers at the Kennedy Space Center started a countdown Wednesday to preserve the option of launching Endeavour this weekend if some major problem developed that might prevent Atlantis from making a safe re-entry.The Atlantis astronauts, launched into the Hubble Space Telescope's orbit, cannot seek "safe haven" aboard the International Space Station and NASA managers decided early on to prepare Endeavour for possible rescue duty in case of heat shield damage or some other major malfunction aboard Atlantis.But Atlantis sailed through routine re-entry tests earlier today, its heat shield is in good condition and with bad weather threatening a landing delay to Saturday or possibly even Sunday, there was little point in continuing Endeavour's countdown.For Endeavour to reach Atlantis now, it would have to take off Saturday or Sunday at the latest. Atlantis only has enough hydrogen and oxygen for its fuel cell system to make it through Monday and it would take Endeavour two days to complete a rendezvous. As a result of all that, mission managers released Endeavour from rescue stand by, clearing the way for normal processing toward launch June 13 on a space station assembly mission.NASA managers never expected to actually need a rescue mission, saying improved post-Columbia damage detection and repair techniques could handle the sorts of heat shield damage that might be reasonably expected, even in Hubble's higher, more debris-littered orbit. As it turned out, no such damage has been seen.The Atlantis astronauts, meanwhile, spent the morning testing the shuttle's re-entry systems and preparing for landing Friday, weather permitting."That all checked out perfect, we're ready to go, the vehicle is clearly ready for entry," said entry flight director Norm Knight.During launch May 11, a short circuit knocked out one of four redundant electronic boxes used to format computer commands to valves that provide hydraulic power to actuators that, in turn, drive the shuttle's elevons, body fly and rudder/speed brake. Flight controllers checked out the aerosurface actuators today and verified Atlantis has no problems of any significance."There are four of these ASAs, we've lost one of the four, we're still fully functional and ready to go," Knight said. "We checked the rest of the system out today and have no issues."Because Atlantis has enough on-board supplies to remain in orbit through Monday, Knight said the agency did not plan to staff the shuttle's backup landing site at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif., on Friday. Instead, the crew will have just two landing opportunities at the Kennedy Space Center, one at 10:00:39 a.m. and the other one orbit later at 11:39:18 a.m. If the weather or some other problem prevents re-entry, the crew will stay in orbit another day and try again Saturday."The weather for KSC on Friday, I'll tell you it doesn't look great," Knight said. "There's a low pressure (system) sitting over Central Florida, it's been sitting there for several days, Florida's received quite a bit of rain and we're just waiting for that system to move out. So it's really a matter of timing as to when that system is going to move."We expect it's going to improve over the next couple of days, but again, it's just a matter of waiting and seeing. The entry strategy, based on the fact that we have end-of-mission-plus-three (days), is to target KSC only tomorrow, so we're not going to target Edwards, and then on Saturday we'll bring up Edwards, we'll look at both KSC and Edwards and really, based on how the weather is on Sunday, make a determination if Saturday is the day we're going to land."The forecast for Edwards is "go" through the weekend, while rain is expected at NASA's other backup landing field, Northrup Strip, N.M.Here is a timeline of major entry events for both Friday landing opportunities (in EDT):EDT...........EVENTRev. 165 Deorbit to KSC04:49 AM......Begin deorbit timeline05:04 AM......Radiator stow05:14 AM......Mission specialists seat installation05:20 AM.....puters set for deorbit prep05:24 AM......Hydraulic system configuration05:49 AM......Flash evaporator cooling system checkout05:55 AM......Final payload deactivation06:09 AM......Payload bay doors closed06:19 AM......Mission control 'go' for OPS-3 entry software load06:29 AM......OPS-3 transition06:54 AM......Entry switchlist verification07:04 AM......Deorbit maneuver update07:09 AM......Crew entry review07:24 AM......CDR/PLT don entry suits07:41 AM......IMU alignment07:49 AM......CDR/PLT strap in; MS suit don08:06 AM......Shuttle steering check08:09 AM......Hydraulic system prestart08:16 AM......Toilet deactivation08:29 AM......Mission control 'go' for deorbit burn08:35 AM......Astronaut seat ingress08:44 AM......Single APU start08:49:16 AM...Deorbit ignition (dT: 2:28; dV: 167 mph)08:51:44 AM...Deorbit burn complete (alt: 345 miles)09:29:09 AM...Entry interface (alt: 399,000 ft; vel: 16,840 mph; range: 4,925 sm)09:33:36 AM...1st roll command to right09:40:23 AM...1st right-to-let roll reversal09:48:00 AM...C-band radar acquisition09:54:05 AM...Velocity less than mach 2.5 (alt: 82,000 feet)09:56:13 AM...Velocity less than mach 1 (alt: 47,800 feet)09:56:33 AM...Shuttle turn to line up on runway 15 (alt: 42,700 feet)10:00:31 AM...LandingRev. 166 Deorbit to KSC10:13 AM......Mission control 'go' for deorbit burn10:19 AM......Astronaut seat ingress10:28 AM......Single APU start10:33:41 AM...Deorbit ignition (dT: 2:34; dV: 173 mph)10:36:15 AM...Deorbit burn complete (alt: 345 miles)11:07:56 AM...Entry interface (alt: 399,000 ft; range: 4,944 sm)11:12:27 AM...1st roll command to left11:22:01 AM...1st left-to-right roll reversal11:32:54 AM...Velocity less than mach 2.5 (alt: 82,000 feet)11:35:01 AM...Velocity less than mach 1 (alt: 47,800 feet)11:35:17 AM...Shuttle turn to line up on runway 15 (alt: 42,700 feet)11:39:18 AM...LandingAdditional coverage for subscribers:VIDEO:PRE-LANDING MISSION STATUS BRIEFING VIDEO:TELEVISION NETWORKS INTERVIEW THE CREW VIDEO:A LIVE CHAT BETWEEN ASTRONAUTS AND U.S. SENATORS VIDEO:PREVIEW OF FLIGHT DAY 11 ACTIVITIES VIDEO:LEFT-HAND BOOSTER CAMERA LOOKING UPWARD VIDEO:LEFT-HAND BOOSTER CAMERA LOOKING INBOARD VIDEO:LEFT-HAND BOOSTER CAMERA LOOKING DOWNWARD VIDEO:RIGHT-HAND BOOSTER 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Time-lapse movies: Research Project: X-15The documentary "Research Project: X-15" looks at the rocketplane program that flew to the edge of space in the effort to learn about the human ability to fly at great speeds and aircraft design to sustain such flights.Technical look atProject MercuryThis documentary takes a look at the technical aspects of Project Mercury, including development of the capsule and the pioneering first manned flights of America's space program.Apollo 15: In the Mountains of the MoonThe voyage of Apollo 15 took man to the Hadley Rille area of the moon. Astronauts Dave Scott and Jim Irwin explored the region using a lunar rover, while Al Worden remained in orbit conducting observations. "Apollo 15: In the Mountains of the Moon" is a NASA film looking back at the 1971 flight.Skylab's first 40 daysSkylab, America's first space station, began with crippling problems created by an incident during its May 1973 launch. 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Posted: December 3, 2009 The dual-purpose assembly gantry and mobile shelter was retracted from the Delta 4 rocket a little after 8 a.m. EST on December 3 during countdown preparations to launch the Delta 4 rocket and the U.S. military's third Wideband Global SATCOM spacecraft.Photo credit: Pat Corkery/United Launch Alliance Photo credit: Pat Corkery/United Launch Alliance | | | | 2014 Spaceflight Now Inc.Delta 4 rocket ready for mission for U.S. military SPACEFLIGHT NOWPosted: December 1, 2009 An artist's concept shows the WGS satellite in orbit. Credit: BoeingA hotrod version of the Delta 4 rocket, souped up with extra solid-fueled boosters, takes its first trip into space Wednesday evening on a mission for the U.S. military.The United Launch Alliance-built vehicle will perform a 40-minute flight to supersynchronous transfer orbit for deployment of the Air Force's third Wideband Global SATCOM communications spacecraft, known as WGS 3. WGS satellites are giving a major upgrade to the military's main communications infrastructure, replacing the aging Defense Satellite Communications System (DSCS) spacecraft. Each WGS has 10 times the capacity of a DSCS satellite, allowing users to process and receive data quicker than ever before. "The WGS 3 satellite has gone through a very rigorous test program to ensure that the satellite has been designed and tested and will perform as intended on-orbit," said Mark Spiwak, the WGS program director for satellite-builder Boeing."We are very proud to be providing this awesome capability to the warfighter in partnership with the United States Air Force and are looking forward to a great launch."WGS 1 entered service last year to cover the vast Pacific Command that spans the U.S. western coast all the way to Southeast Asia. The WGS 2 satellite launched earlier this year was placed into operation over the Indian Ocean for use by U.S. Central Command to provide coverage for the warfighters in Afghanistan, Iraq and other parts of Southwest Asia.The new WGS 3 satellite will be positioned above the Eastern Atlantic at an orbital slot of 12 degrees West longitude for U.S. European Command and U.S. Africa Command, plus lend additional support over the Middle East."WGS 3 is the next step in deploying Wideband Global SATCOM to augment and eventually replace the legacy Defense Satellite Communications System, or DSCS, which has been the Department of Defense's backbone for satellite communications over the last three decades," said Col. Bill Harding, vice commander, Military Satellite Communications Systems Wing."WGS 3 is slated for operations over EUCOM and AFRICOM and will provide an order of magnitude increase in military communications bandwidth for Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines."Following this week's launch, it will be maneuvered into a circular geostationary orbit 22,300 miles above the planet where it can match the Earth's rotation and appear parked over one area of the globe. On-orbit testing is scheduled to last a few months, enabling the craft to begin full use next April.The WGS spacecraft are constructed around Boeing's powerhouse 702-model design used by commercial satellite operators. But within the WGS craft are Ka- and X-band military communications packages to serve forces stationed around the globe. The WGS craft offer X-band communications, like the venerable DSCS satellites, to relay data, photos and video to troops on the battlefield. What's new on WGS is Ka-band communications. Officials describe the extra frequency as a way of serving up large amounts of information for reception by U.S. and allied forces across a wide area. The first two WGS satellites were hauled into space aboard Atlas 5 rockets. But WGS 3 will ride atop the Delta 4, the other rocket in the Air Force's Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle fleet.The WGS 3 spacecraft, weighing about 6.5 tons, will need a hefty version of the Delta 4 to reach its targeted orbit. That rocket configuration is known as the Medium+ (5,4).Not yet flown before, this version of the Delta is distinguished by a five-meter payload shroud and four solid rocket boosters. Previous Medium+ rockets have flown with the smaller four-meter nose cone and only two solid motors."The fact that this is the first 5,4 configuration means that there are several 'new parts' of the vehicle," the Air Force's Launch and Range Systems Wing says."The five-meter, 47-foot-long composite payload fairing is a first flight item, as well as the four solid rocket motor configuration, two of which are thrust vector controlled, and two are fixed nozzle. For added support, we also use the X-brace within the Common Booster Core."The cryogenic main engine and all four solids will be ignited on the launch pad, rapidly accelerating the 217-foot-tall rocket into the nighttime sky. The strap-on motors fire for 94 seconds, then burn out and separate from the first stage about 22 nautical miles up.The RS-68 engine continues its firing through the initial four minutes of flight by consuming liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen. Shortly before the first stage's burn concludes, having already climbed beyond the edge of space, the nose shroud covering the satellite will be jettisoned at an altitude of 68 nautical miles.After the first stage separates 100 nautical miles over the ocean, the upper stage's cryogenic RL10B-2 powerplant will ignite for a 16-minute firing that propels the vehicle into an elliptical parking orbit of 100 by 3,714 nautical miles and inclined 25.59 degrees to the equator.The rocket will coast in that temporary orbit only briefly as it nears the western coast of Africa. The engine is restarted to burn for three more minutes that sends WGS 3 toward its egg-shaped transfer orbit looping from 237 nautical miles at its closest point with Earth to 36,167 nautical miles at the farthest point and inclined 24 degrees.The payload separates from the launcher 40 minutes and 32 seconds after liftoff while soaring away from the planet over the Indian Ocean.This launch will mark the 11th for the Delta 4 family of rockets since 2002.STS-134 PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!The final planned flight of space shuttle Endeavour is symbolized in the official embroidered crew patch for STS-134. Available in our store!Final Shuttle Mission PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!The crew emblem for the final space shuttle mission is now available in our store. 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Credit: Justin Ray/Spaceflight NowThe United Launch Alliance-made vehicle is targeting an Oct. 4 blastoff to deploy the GPS 2F-3 navigation satellite, replacing a 19-year-old craft in the orbiting constellation that serves billions of military and civilan users across the planet.Liftoff will be possible during a morning launch window extending from 8:10 to 8:29 a.m. EDT (1210-1229 GMT).Riding horizontal aboard a 36-wheel, diesel-powered transporter, the bright orange and white rocket, stretching 170 feet long, emerged from the assembly hangar and took the brief trip down the road and up the pad's ramp to the Florida spaceport's Complex 37.Initial assembly of the rocket, including mating of the cryogenic upper stage with the Common Booster Core first stage using a precision laser alignment system, had been completed inside the Horizontal Integration Facility over the past couple of months.After the vehicle arrived at the base of the pad, technicians went to work getting equipment ready to raise the rocket vertically. The erector system and its hydraulic pistons then lifted the rocket upright and set the vehicle atop the pad's launch table.Later in the week, two solid-fueled strap-on boosters were mounted to the first stage to provide additional thrust at liftoff. The rocket will be flying in the Medium+(4,2) configuration.The satellite payload was shipped to the Cape from Boeing's production factory in Los Angeles aboard a C-17 on July 9 to begin its own preparations for launch, including final testing, fueling and encapsulation in the rocket's nose cone. It will be hauled to the pad and hoisted atop the Delta 4 next month.This will be the third satellite in the Block 2F series of GPS spacecraft with improved accuracy, enhanced internal atomic clocks, better anti-jam resistance, a civil signal for commercial aviation and a longer design life. Boeing is building a dozen craft to upgrade the constellation's foundation over the coming years. A GPS 2F satellite is pictured at the manufacturing facility. Credit: BoeingKnown as the GPS 2F-3 satellite, this newest spacecraft will take the place of the GPS 2A-21 bird that was launched by a Delta 2 rocket on June 26, 1993 and began its remarkably long-lasting service life on July 21, 1993.Given its advanced age, controllers have targeted it for replacement with this launch into the Plane A, Slot 1 position of the constellation. But the old craft won't be retired immediately, instead moving into an auxiliary role within the A-Plane of the network.GPS satellites orbit about 11,000 nautical miles above the planet and emit continuous navigation signals that allow users to find their location in latitude, longitude and altitude and determine time. The constellation features six orbital planes with multiple satellites flying in each.The first two Block 2F birds were launched by Delta 4 rockets in May 2010 and July 2011. The latest spacecraft should be operational about 30 days after liftoff."As each 2F satellite becomes operational, we continue the seamless transformation of the GPS constellation into an even more accurate, reliable and durable navigation resource for the U.S. military and the global civilian user community," said Craig Cooning, vice president and general manager of Boeing Space & Intelligence Systems. "Our efficient pulse-line manufacturing process, adapted from Boeing's commercial airplane production lines, also ensures that we deliver each spacecraft on time and on cost."Today's GPS fleet is comprised of 31 satellites, including 10 Block 2A's made by Boeing, 12 Block 2R's and seven 2R-Modernized spacecraft built by Lockheed Martin, and Boeing's two Block 2F vehicles."The GPS constellation remains healthy, stable and robust with 31-operational satellites on-orbit providing precise position, navigation and timing information to users worldwide," an Air Force spokesperson said.STS-134 PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!The final planned flight of space shuttle Endeavour is symbolized in the official embroidered crew patch for STS-134. Available in our store!Final Shuttle Mission PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!The crew emblem for the final space shuttle mission is now available in our store. 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Credit: Justin Ray/Spaceflight NowThe Wideband Global SATCOM 4 spacecraft, better known as WGS 4, rode a United Launch Alliance Delta 4 rocket away from the Florida spaceport's pad 37B at 7:38 p.m. EST (0038 GMT) on a 40-minute ascent to supersynchronous orbit.Liftoff occurred at the opening minute of a launch window set months in advance. Valued at $464 million, the 6.5-ton satellite will enhance military communications over a turbulent portion of the globe when it commences broadcasting duties in a few months.Dropped off into a highly-elliptical, preliminary orbit by the Delta 4 rocket, the satellite's conventional bi-propellant chemical main engine will execute four apogee and four perigee firings through early February before beginning 40 days of final orbit circularization maneuvers with its xenon-ion propulsion thrusters to reach geosynchronous perch 22,300 miles above Earth in March.Once its appendages are fully unfurled in space, the craft's solar-power wings will span 134 feet.In-orbit testing with the military's Camp Roberts facility in California will occur from mid-March through mid-April. Boeing will control the craft's initial flying until handover to the Air Force at the end of April. From there, the spacecraft will drift to the operational location over the Indian Ocean to receive final acceptance into the WGS constellation and enter service this summer.The Air Force says it plans to put this WGS 4 spacecraft's coverage footprint over the Middle East and Southeast Asia for use by U.S. Central Command and U.S. Pacific Command."WGS provides critical operation and situational awareness information to the warfighter," said Dave Madden, director of the Military Satellite Communications Systems Directorate at the Air Force's Space and Missile Systems Center. "I want to thank Boeing and the work they have done to give us a first-class quality satellite that's going to be a critical add to our constellation."WGS 4 starts an enhanced "block" of satellites with improved bandwidth for communications to the military's remote-controlled drones known for their stealthy and undercover operations in global hotspots. The vehicles can carry cameras, radar sensors and detectors to sniff out uranium and radioactive material."The UAVs and moving large amounts of data around is a major requirement that drove us to do the upgrade, which is giving us the significantly more bandwidth and capacity," said Madden.Once slid into its orbital home high above the Indian Ocean, the satellite will join the expanding fleet of Wideband Global SATCOM communications satellites that form the Pentagon's worldwide communications backbone across all branches of the military."WGS is the DOD's highest capacity communications satellite system. These satellites provide tremendous operational flexibility to deliver the needed capacity, coverage and connectivity in support of demanding operational scenarios," said Mark Spiwak, the WGS program director for satellite-builder Boeing.An artist's concept of WGS spotbeams. Credit: BoeingThe craft's communications package provides shaped, steerable spotbeams of bandwidth wherever requested across its field-of-view for Ka- and X-band frequencies, plus the onboard capability to switch signals from one band to the other."It does that by using a channelizer, which is kind of the heart of the satellite which is able to convert the frequencies from X-to-Ka or X-to-X or Ka-to-Ka, and that provides a certain bandwidth availability and a number of channels associated with that," Spiwak said.But the new Block 2 satellites, beginning with WGS 4, come with a bypass feature for unmanned aerial drone communications to skip the crossbanding path and use two uplink and two downlink channels that offer three times the bandwidth as the normal channels, opening up a much bigger pipeline for data to flow.That increased capacity will directly help the military's remotely-controlled unmanned drone programs, which are used for surveillance, intelligence-gathering and offensive operations."So why is that good? That's good because as the Global Hawks, the Reapers, the Predators, all of the AISR platforms, as they are converting to their different terminals, obviously the more bandwidth is good for them, and you can lock on to one or several Global Hawks, multiple Reapers and Predators, and the more bandwidth allows the operators to pump more data through. You've got that wider pipe on two uplink and two downlink channels," Spiwak said."That's kind of the main change (for Block 2). It still has all of the X-band flexibility, Ka-band flexibility that the first three have, but this has these extra, larger pipes that you can really pump a lot of data through."An artist's concept of WGS antenna arrangement. Credit: BoeingThree WGS spacecraft are operating in geosynchronous orbit today, and The Boeing Co. has four more in production at its El Segundo factory in Los Angeles and will soon start working on two additional craft being ordered -- WGS 9 and 10. The craft are built upon the company's powerhouse 702-model design. was launched in October 2007 to cover the vast U.S. Pacific Command that stretches from the U.S. western coast all the way to Southeast Asia. satellite followed with an April 2009 launch to serve U.S. Central Command and the forces in Afghanistan, Iraq and other parts of Southwest Asia. went up in December 2009 to cover U.S. European Command and U.S. Africa Command, plus lend additional support over the Middle East."Three Block 1 satellites are currently on-orbit, providing critical communication links to DOD and allied forces worldwide," said Spiwak.For over four decades, the Defense Satellite Communications System was the foundation for flowing secure information to military forces around the globe. But that heritage system is being phased out as the aging craft retire and the new WGS satellites ascend to orbit to take advantage of new technology.The final DSCS craft was launched by a Delta 4 rocket in 2003. ()There's still 8 DSCS satellites in service today."We will use 'em up till the very last minute because the DSCS's are still providing significant capability as well," said Madden.Each WGS bird possesses 10 times the capacity of a single DSCS satellite and offers 19 coverage areas with its steerable antennas versus 8 under the heritage craft.The X-band communications through DSCS and WGS allow data, photos and video to be relayed to troops on the battlefield. But WGS also brings Ka-band to the table for high-volume broadcasting to user terminals across the reception area.A key advancement that WGS brings is an internal box called a digital channelizer that enables a user with a Ka-band terminal to seamlessly connect to someone with an X-band terminal, or vice versa.The data transmission rates range from 2.1 to 3.6 Gbps."Everyday WGS helps save and improve the lives of users worldwide. This launch (is) another important step in advancing these capabilities," said Spiwak.The 217-foot-tall Delta 4 carrying WGS 4 flew in the Medium+(5,4) configuration, which is the most powerful of the Medium-version rockets and below only the triple-core Heavy in the modular family's lineup.WGS is one of the satellite programs that's interchangeable between ULA's Atlas and Delta rocket families. The first two WGS satellites went up on Atlas, and now the subsequent two have flown on Delta. The Delta 4 rocket awaits launch. Credit: Justin Ray/Spaceflight Now"WGS was the first constellation of satellites to launch on both Delta 4 and Atlas 5 vehicles since the formation of ULA. We're honored to have worked closely with our Air Force partners in integrating and launching these important WGS satellites," said Jim Sponnick, United Launch Alliance vice president of mission operations."Our ability to integrate and launch satellites successfully and efficiently on two launch systems to provide operational flexibility was a primary reason that ULA was formed."The Medium+(5,4) features a five-meter-diameter upper stage loaded with more cryogenic propellants than the optional four-meter motor used for other launches, such as GPS missions. The rocket also has a full set of four solid-fuel boosters strapped to the first stage, double the number used for GPS and other lower-weight payloads.The first stage is powered by the RS-68 hydrogen-fed main engine and the upper stage has the RL10B-2 engine, the powerplants used on all 18 Delta 4 missions to date.It was the first rocket launch from Cape Canaveral of the new year and begins the Delta 4 rocket's 2012 that is dedicated to military service with as many as five flights scheduled from both Florida and Vandenberg Air Force Base in California to deploy WGS, GPS and classified National Reconnaissance Office spacecraft.Additional coverage for subscribers:VIDEO:WGS 4 BLASTS OFF ABOARD DELTA 4 VIDEO:DELTA 4 ROCKET LAUNCHES WITH WGS 3 VIDEO:ATLAS 5 ROCKET LAUNCHES WITH WGS 2 VIDEO:LAUNCH PREPARATIONS VIDEO:WGS 1 LAUNCH SEEN FROM PRESS SITE VIDEO:PRE-LAUNCH NEWS CONFERENCE Final Shuttle Mission PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!The crew emblem for the final space shuttle mission is now available in our store. 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Credit: Pat Corkery/ULAThe United Launch Alliance-made booster roared away from Vandenberg Air Force Base at 4:12:57 p.m. local (7:12:57 p.m. EDT; 2312:57 GMT) on a southwesterly course to reach a retrograde orbit inclined 123 degrees relative to the equator.A pair of strap-on solid boosters burned out 90 seconds later, then peeled away as the liquid hydrogen-fueled main engine continued to accelerate the 21-story rocket over the open Pacific.When the 47-foot-long nose cone was jettisoned three-and-a-half minutes into flight, the now-standard veil of secrecy fell over the mission to halt any further live updates about staging or burns by the upper stage engine to inject the satellite into space.The hush-hush nature for the rest of flight is all part of launching covert payloads for the U.S. National Reconnaissance Office, the secretive agency that operates the country's fleet of spy satellites. The NRO does not disclose the purpose of its spacecraft being sent up on each launch, saying only that the flight was called the NROL-25 mission.But a band of precise satellite-tracking specialists linked together by their hobby and the Internet was poised to look for the newest object in the sky, adding the spacecraft to their catalog.Given the rocket's unusual trajectory to the southwest, analysts were certain the satellite was the second in a new generation of radar-imaging surveillance craft used by the NRO. The first launch in the series took the same path from Vandenberg aboard an Atlas 5 rocket in September 2010.And right on cue, the new spacecraft flew overhead Tuesday night exactly where the observers expected it to be."Today's successful launch is a tribute to the hard work and ingenuity of our government and contractor team and I am very proud of them. After the six successful launches last year, our 50th anniversary year, we proved tonight we can continue that hitting streak as we work to deliver superior vigilance from above for the nation," said Col. James D. Fisher, director of the NRO's Office of Space Launch.The NRO has three more launches slated for this year, including an Atlas 5 and Delta 4-Heavy from Cape Canaveral in late June and another Atlas 5 from the West Coast in early August.This was the maiden mission for the Delta 4 Medium+ (5,2) configured rocket, the last of the family's five members to take flight. It used previously-proven elements of the vehicle like the five-meter upper stage and twin boosters to assemble this particular version to carry the given size and weight of the payload."Congratulations to the NRO and to all the mission partners involved in this critical national security launch," said ULA Missions Operations Vice President Jim Sponnick. "ULA is proud to have supported this mission and delivered critical capabilities to the men and women defending our freedom throughout the world."Radar satellites offer all-weather, day-and-night imaging for reconnoitering global hotspots to inform policy makers and warfighters. These newest, advanced spacecraft follow the heritage of five "Lacrosse" radar birds put up by the space shuttle Atlantis and Titan 4 rockets between 1988 and 2005.The updated satellite design is smaller and less massive, enabling the craft to fly aboard mid-sized Atlas 5 and Delta 4 rockets.The intelligence-gathering craft probably use a synthetic aperture radar system to observe strategic targets around the globe in both daylight and darkness. The eyes-in-the-sky can pierce clouds and even reveal underground structures like military bunkers.Lacrosse satellites orbit in normal, 420-mile-high perches, but this new generation fly retrograde, or against the Earth's rotation, about 685 miles up. The rationale for the different type of orbit isn't known.At the time of Tuesday's launch, the first satellite in the new generation was flying westward over the southern tip of South America."The teamwork between the 30th Space Wing, the National Reconnaissance Office, United Launch Alliance and numerous other agencies was seamless," said Col. Nina Armagno, 30th Space Wing commander at Vandenberg. "It's this synergistic mindset and attention to detail that led to our amazing launch today." The liftoff begins a stretch of 8 flights by the Air Force's Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicles -- the Delta 4 and Atlas 5 -- from Vandenberg over the next two-and-a-half years, according to Lt. Col. Brady Hauboldt, commander of the 4th Space Launch Squadron that oversees the boosters' operations at the California installation. "We are about to kick off a very, very busy time in EELV operations at Vandenberg. Right after this launch, we'll roll into our next mission -- an Atlas 5," said Hauboldt. "There is not much of a break."That rocket is scheduled for delivery to Vandenberg from its manufacturing factory in Alabama this month, and crew exercises to prepare for the launch also begin soon. Liftoff carrying another NRO payload is slated for Aug. 2.A Delta 4-Heavy vehicle arrives at the base this fall for blastoff next August, perhaps sooner, to launch a large NRO satellite. It will be second such flight by the mammoth vehicle from California."We love it! We love to be busy out here. It keeps us sharp...and puts a spotlight on Vandenberg's contribution to national security," said Hauboldt.Also on tap is NASA's first Atlas 5 launch from the West Coast, deploying the next Landsat spacecraft in January, and a commercial Atlas 5 in March with the GeoEye 2 Earth imager.STS-134 PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!The final planned flight of space shuttle Endeavour is symbolized in the official embroidered crew patch for STS-134. 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Credit: ULAThe Air Force's sixth Wideband Global SATCOM high-capacity communications satellite was loaded aboard its Delta 4 at the Florida spaceport's Complex 37 pad last Tuesday, July 23 for blastoff Aug. 7.The WGS 6 spacecraft, financed entirely through a partnership with Australia, will join a constellation of satellites now comprising the Defense Department's primary communications network for connectivity to forces around the world.The Boeing-built satellite, already encapsulated in the rocket's composite nose cone, was moved from the commercial Astrotech processing facility in Titusville for mating to the launch vehicle.The rocket will fly in the Delta 4 Medium+(5,4) configuration, which features a five-meter upper stage and payload fairing, plus four strap-on boosters for added thrust, to lift the 6.5-ton satellite into a geosynchronous transfer orbit.The 49-minute launch window on Aug. 7 opens at 8:29 p.m. EDT (0029 GMT), shortly after sundown.Meanwhile, workers on the West Coast are readying a massive Delta 4-Heavy rocket for blastoff from Vandenberg's Space Launch Complex 6 on Aug. 28.File photo of a Delta 4-Heavy at Vandenberg. Credit: ULALiftoff will be possible between 10 a.m. and 12 noon local time (1-3 p.m. EDT; 1700-1900 GMT). The exact time will be revealed closer to launch.That launch will deploy a classified payload for the National Reconnaissance Office, the government agency responsible for flying the country's fleet of spy satellites."From developing and acquiring new capabilities to launching and operating the most technically-advanced systems, the NRO remains the premier space reconnaissance organization in the world," NRO Director Betty Sapp told Congress earlier this year.The cargo for the NROL-65 mission was transported to SLC-6 on the southern end of Vandenberg and mated to the Delta 4-Heavy last Wednesday, July 24. The craft's identity and capabilities are kept classified.The triple-wide Heavy launcher is the most powerful rocket available in the U.S. inventory, capable of putting school bus-sized reconnaissance observatories into polar orbit.The key Delta 4 milestones last week occurred mere days after ULA successfully launched an Atlas 5 rocket on July 19 from the Cape to deploy the U.S. Navy's MUOS 2 mobile communications satellite, the company's sixth flight of the year.The Atlas 5/MUOS vehicle (left) awaits its liftoff while the Delta 4/WGS completes its countdown rehearsal on July 17. Credit: ULAWhat's more, the Delta 4 for WGS 6 underwent a countdown dress rehearsal and fueling test while the Atlas 5 was rolling out from its assembly building to the launch pad on July 17."These simultaneous operations demonstrate the tremendous capabilities of the combined contractor and U.S. government teams," said Jim Sponnick, ULA vice president, Atlas and Delta Programs. "With this team's innovative and ever-present focus on delivering mission success and reliable and repeatable processes through Perfect Product Delivery, the United Launch Alliance team has achieved an unparalleled launch rate."ULA has six more launches planned through the end of the year and 15 manifested for 2014."We are in the middle of a launch campaign with an operational tempo that is unprecedented since the inception of the Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle (EELV) program more than a decade ago," said Sponnick. 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Credit: Justin Ray/Spaceflight NowThe spacecraft is the sixth in a growing constellation of Wideband Global SATCOM satellites, but the bird was purchased through an agreement that enabled Australia to gain access to the worldwide coverage provided by the U.S.-operated system.Liftoff is scheduled for 8:29 p.m. EDT (0029 GMT) from Complex 37B at the Florida spaceport. The evening's nighttime launch opportunity extends 49 minutes to 9:18 p.m. EDT (0118 GMT).See our for live updates throughout the countdown Wednesday and streaming video of the launch.Mission managers held the launch readiness review Tuesday morning and granted approval to proceed into the count.Weather forecasters predict an 80 percent chance of acceptable conditions for liftoff, which will be ULA's seventh of the year and second using the Delta 4 to launch a WGS satellite.Signed in 2007 between the U.S. military and the Australian Defence Force, the agreement runs through 2029, giving Australia a slice of the communications bandwidth available from the entire high-capacity fleet of WGS satellites that will span the globe.The Australians contributed $707 million to WGS, funding the rocket and satellite going up Wednesday, plus sustainment costs of the system."The cooperation we've had with Australia has been extremely successful," said Dave Madden, the MILSATCOM director at the Air Force's Space and Missile Systems Center."It really helps all parties. It brings down our overall operating costs to operate the constellation and provides the capabilities to the U.S. (and) it provides critical capability that Australia needed to support its infrastructure as well as its warfighters. Third, it created interoperability between our forces. When we are deployed together we are operating on the same system. It really was a win-win, I believe, for all parties."An artist's concept of WGS antenna arrangement. Credit: BoeingThe Air Force has launched five WGS satellites since 2007, with four currently in operation and the fifth nearing geosynchronous orbit for testing and checkout following its liftoff May 24."WGS is providing satcom for warfighters worldwide, both in X- and Ka-band. All of the services are using WGS, to include our international partners," Madden said.A five-nation deal signed last year is funding the upcoming WGS 9 satellite and brings Canada, Denmark, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and New Zealand into the system.Boeing is building the WGS constellation, which is replacing the aging Defense Satellite Communications System spacecraft. Each WGS has 10 times the capacity of a DSCS satellite, allowing users to process and receive data quicker than ever before."Every day, WGS helps save and improve the lives of users worldwide by providing critical comm links with the DOD and allied forces. This launch will be another important step in advancing these capabilities," said Mark Spiwak, Boeing's WGS program director.ULA has launched the previous five WGS satellites, the first two occurring aboard Atlas 5 rockets and the more recent ones using Delta 4.Wednesday's rocket will be flying in the Delta 4 Medium+ (5,4) version, which has a five-meter-diameter upper stage and nose cone, plus four strap-on solid-fuel boosters. The vehicle stands 217 feet tall.It will take nearly 41 minutes from liftoff until spacecraft deployment into a supersynchronous transfer orbit. Boeing controllers will spend about three months using the satellite's conventional chemical engines and xenon thrusters to maneuver the craft into its test slot.Madden said WGS 6's operational point in space has not been determined."I'm not sure where we are going to end up putting it. But from Australia's standpoint it doesn't matter because they've bought into a percentage of the constellation," he said."Symbolically, it would have been nice to say this one goes right over Australia, they could look up and say that was the one we bought, but it really doesn't matter to them, what they care about is the bandwidth and worldwide coverage."Final Shuttle Mission PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!The crew emblem for the final space shuttle mission is now available in our store. Get this piece of history!STS-134 PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!The final planned flight of space shuttle Endeavour is symbolized in the official embroidered crew patch for STS-134. 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Credit: Justin Ray/Spaceflight NowLiftoff is scheduled for Thursday, March 29 on the NROL-25 mission to deploy a hush-hush payload for the U.S. National Reconnaissance Office, the secretive government agency that designs and operates the country's fleet of orbiting spy satellites.Although the exact launch time hasn't been revealed, officials say the liftoff will happen some time between 2 and 5:15 p.m. local time (5-8:15 p.m. EDT; 2100-0015 GMT).The launch will be the first of four that the NRO has planned this year, a batch of missions that also includes an Atlas 5 on June 20 and a Delta 4-Heavy on June 28, both from Cape Canaveral, and another Atlas 5 from Vandenberg on Aug. 2."Last year we executed the most aggressive launch campaign in over 25 years. We successfully launched six satellites in seven months and this year with the same determination we're scheduled to launch four more in five months," Betty Sapp, the NRO's principal deputy director, said in testimony before Congress on March 8."These successful launches are a very important and visible reminder of the space reconnaissance mission the NRO started over 50 years ago, and continues with such great success today. We are committed to smart acquisition investments and practices to ensure the continued coverage and availability of our vital national security systems and we work tirelessly to deliver these systems on time and within budget."Last year's remarkable launch surge used various types of Atlas and Delta rockets to launch replacement satellites into virtually all of the NRO's networks of imaging, eavesdropping, surveillance and data-relay spacecraft, plus the small Minotaur booster lofted a research and development payload."From launching and operating the most technically-capable systems to continued operations of legacy satellites the NRO remains the premier space reconnaissance organization in the world," said Sapp.The identities of the satellites going up this year are not disclosed to the public. But NRO Director Bruce Carlson recently said the upcoming deployments will refresh the agency's ability to continue guarding U.S. national security."The launch of these systems will not only improve on the NRO's capabilities, they will also help reduce the overall age of our constellation and better deal with today's and tomorrow's global threats," he said.The NROL-25 logo for next week's launch.More often than not, the purpose of any NRO launch is the rejuvenation of the existing constellation by replacing an aging orbiting asset with a new satellite or bringing the next generation on line. That was the major achievement of last year's surge, which came as the NRO was celebrating its 50th anniversary."Most aggressive launch schedule in 25 years and the satellites we launched were more complex and technically demanding than any we have launched before," Carlson said. "Through this campaign and the dedicated efforts of the NRO workforce, we proved once again that the NRO knows how to develop, acquire, launch, and operate our nation's intelligence collection satellite constellation and our worldwide coverage is as good as it has been in years."The average age of the NRO's satellites has been reduced thanks to the newest birds put on orbit, he added, while other spacecraft see their missions evolving from the original intent to face the current threats around the globe."Majority of constellation is aging, but despite age of some satellites, still very robust, adaptable," he said. "Some designed to monitor Soviet communication in Northern Fleet are now used to geo-locate sensitive signals in the war zone."Next week's deployment will use the United Launch Alliance's Delta 4 rocket flying for the first time in its Medium+ (5,2) configuration, which features a single core stage filled with liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen, a pair of strap-on solid-fuel boosters, a five-meter-diameter cryogenic upper stage and similarly sized nose cone to shroud the payload during the climb through Earth's atmosphere.The towering vehicle will stand about 217 feet tall.This is the only version of the five Delta 4 configurations that hasn't been used in the program's 18 previous launches from Florida and California. The most recent launch in January flew a close comparison, but it had the maximum number of four strap-on boosters for extra thrust off the pad instead of just two needed for the NROL-25 mission.The payload's size likely drove the mission planners to pick a Delta 4 with the roomier nose cone size of five meters versus the other option of four meters in diameter.The rocket will soar away from Vandenberg leaving a smokey contrail that should be visible for miles around, heading over the Pacific towards an undisclosed orbital perch.Hobbyist satellite observers around the world will have their eyes on the sky looking to spot the new object and figure out which segment of the NRO constellation is was launched to fill.File image of a Delta 4 rocket on SLC-6. Credit: Gene Blevins/LA Daily NewsIt is widely understood that the NRO operates different types of satellites that include eavesdropping for intelligence-gathering, high-resolution imaging birds that collect exquisite pictures of ground targets, all-weather radar platforms to perform surveillance day and night, ship-tracking spacecraft, and the necessary communications craft to relay data from the lower-orbiting assets when they are flying outside the range of tracking stations.All of the information obtained is shared with analysts, policy makers and the warfighters in the global hotspots."In 2011 alone, NRO provided extremely valuable intelligence supporting more than 15 operations to capture or kill high value targets in combat areas. In addition, NRO supported more than 120 tactical operations locating Improvised Explosive Devices, helping to prevent the most lethal attacks against our ground combat forces. These tactical support operations also included support to ground and air tactical actions; counter-terrorist actions; and maritime anti-piracy/interdiction. We also provided vital overhead support to 17 critical Combat Search and Rescue missions. In addition to ground combat operations support, NRO supported 33 Strait of Hormuz transits ensuring U.S. Naval Forces had the intelligence assistance needed for safe passage," Sapp said in open testimony to Congress."In both the U.S. Central and African Command Areas of Operations, NRO has developed and deployed more than 25 reference emitters which have been used over 13,000 times, andprovided a significant enhancement in our ability to geo-locate surface to air missile radar systems. This new capability has allowed U.S. and Coalition military forces to be extremely precise in targeting these significant threats."What's more, the NRO has sped up the turnaround time from the collection of information by the satellites to delivering that data to users like combatant commanders through new state-of-the-art systems."Ongoing counter-insurgency and counter-terrorism activities have underscored the tremendous impact of these systems in support of combat operations throughout the Eastern Hemisphere," said Sapp. "NRO has responded with an accelerated fielding of these ground systems that can quickly support finding and alerting potential insurgent events and meeting United States Central Command (USCENTCOM) requirements for near-real-time situational awareness battlespace."The NRO spacecraft are considered to be some of the most sophisticated and technologically advanced in the world. But their exact capabilities, appearances and features are classified, with the public finding out only generally what they do."The NRO is doing amazing things today. Our reconnaissance satellites are saving lives, protecting our nation from those who would do us harm and informing our national command authorities and policy makers," said Carlson."In the past, the process had built-in delays. Days passed before intelligence community analysts could analyze imagery that we recovered from space. That has all changed. Today we are putting data into the hands of analysts, products into the hands of warfighters, and critical information into the hands of policy makers in time to make a difference."We'll be providing of next week's launch as the NRO's latest bird takes flight from the Central Coast of California.STS-134 PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!The final planned flight of space shuttle Endeavour is symbolized in the official embroidered crew patch for STS-134. 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