Saturday, 17 January 2015

ESA spaceplane launch gets green light

The European Space Agency has given the green light for the launch of its unmanned spaceplane, Intermediate eXperimental Vehicle (IXV). The original plan for a launch atop a Vega rocket from the ESA space center in French Guiana last November was put on holddue to safety concerns about its trajectory. With these issues now resolved, lift off is rescheduled for February 11. .. Continue Reading ESA spaceplane launch gets green light

Section: Space

Tags: ESA, IXV, Launch, Spacecraft, Unmanned

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