Saturday, 14 February 2015

DSCOVR launch delayed

Today's launch of NOAA's Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR) has been delayed 24 hours. With less than two and a half minutes on the clock, mission control placed the launch on hold due to problems in the first stage avionics and with one of the range safety radars... Continue Reading DSCOVR launch delayed

Section: Space

Tags: DSCOVR, Elon Musk, Falcon, Launch, NASA, NOAA, Rocket, Spacecraft, SpaceX, US Air Force

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