Quote from: Overwatchfan123 on 07/03/2022 07:00 amAlso, does anyone know as to what date rollout for launch looks like?No. You have been following this thread, correct? The information is in it.https://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=56107.msg2380403#msg2380403When somebody knows it will be posted. No need to ask.
Also, does anyone know as to what date rollout for launch looks like?
Not really. Cape Canaveral has more name recognition.
Quote from: Jim on 07/03/2022 01:01 pmNot really. Cape Canaveral has more name recognition.I'll give you the name, but I don't think it's more recognizable to the public. Certainly not visually.
Nah, not that either
Quote from: Jim on 07/04/2022 01:40 amNah, not that eitherRight. Not like the VAB, LCC, or pads A and B are the only pieces of ground infrastructure a layman would even have a chance at recognizing. Those things have absolutely no pop cultural presence at all compared to the storied and infallible cape.
During work to repair the source of a hydrogen leak, engineers identified a loose fitting on the inside wall of the rocket’s engine section, where the quick disconnect for the liquid hydrogen umbilical attaches. The component, called a “collet,” is a fist-sized ring that guides the quick disconnect during assembly operations. Teams will repair the collet by entering the engine section in parallel with other planned work for launch preparations. Technicians have replaced the seals on the quick disconnect of the tail service mast umbilical and will reattach the umbilical plate once the loose collet is addressed.
Time to see if it's LP25 or LP26.
Are those launch opportunities?
Quote from: Khadgars on 07/20/2022 02:56 pmAre those launch opportunities?They're the launch periods that contain launch opportunities. LP25 is late August - early September, LP26 is mid September - early October.