Wondering when and where you may see the #AtlasV launch? This visibility map shows your best chances are to see the rocket along the eastern seaboard of the U.S.! Launch is scheduled for Thursday at 6:54 p.m. EDT from Cape Canaveral.
[ULAlaunch tweet] Wondering when and where you may see the #AtlasV launch? This visibility map shows your best chances are to see the rocket along the eastern seaboard of the U.S.! Launch is scheduled for Thursday at 6:54 p.m. EDT from Cape Canaveral.
The Atlas from AV-082 was paired with Centaur AV-096 for Lucy, and AV-082 got a new Atlas but (I think aas of a few months ago) was still called AV-082 and was still intended for OFT-2When did AV-085 get reassigned to OFT-2 and what happened to AV-082?
The United Launch Alliance #AtlasV rocket will roll out this morning, moving @BoeingSpace's CST-100 #Starliner spacecraft to the Space Launch Complex-41 pad at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station for liftoff tomorrow at 6:54pmEDT (2254 UTC).Live blog: bit.ly/av_oft-2
The #AtlasV rocket is departing the Vertical Integration Facility for Space Launch Complex-41 to launch the second Orbital Flight Test of @BoeingSpace #Starliner spacecraft. Liftoff is scheduled for Thursday at 6:54pmEDT (2254 UTC) with 70% GO weather. bit.ly/av_oft-2
The #AtlasV and #Starliner are traveling one-third-of-a-mile from the Vertical Integration Facility for the Space Launch Complex-41 pad in advance of tomorrow's countdown and launch.
#AtlasV is inching closer to its launch pad. Once ULA technicians verify proper alignment, the Mobile Launch Platform will be lowered onto the Space Launch Complex-41 pedestals to complete the rollout.
#AtlasV is perched atop its Cape Canaveral launch pad for Thursday's #Starliner launch at 6:54pmEDT (2254 UTC). Live countdown blog begins at 7:30amEDT and launch webcast at 6pmEDT: bit.ly/av_oft-2@NASA @Commercial_Crew @BoeingSpace
Thursday's precise liftoff time has been established for #AtlasV to send #Starliner capsule on its journey to the @Space_Station. Based on latest calculations of when the station's orbital plane passes over the pad, launch will occur at 6:54:47 p.m. EDT (2254:47 UTC).
The Crew Access Arm has been extended to the #Starliner and #AtlasV stack at Space Launch Complex-41. Pad and operations teams will conduct final checks before tomorrow's 6:54 p.m. ET launch.Watch the launch here: boeing.com/space/starline…
Fueling of the #AtlasV first stage is underway at Space Launch Complex-41. The launch team is pumping 25,000 gallons of storable, room-temperature RP-1 fuel, a highly refined kerosene, into the rocket for Thursday's #Starliner launch. bit.ly/av_oft-2Pic by @nasahqphoto