New NOTAMs for 27 Feb. 20:30 to 28 Feb. 00:01
Quote from: PM3 on 02/24/2020 12:03 pmNew NOTAMs for 27 Feb. 20:30 to 28 Feb. 00:01Has the 26 Feb. NOTAM been cancelled?
Here are a few great shots of Rocket 3.0 on the pad in Kodiak Alaska ahead of the DARPA launch challenge. @Astra's first orbital launch attempt is scheduled for no earlier than Feb. 27 at 3:30 pm Eastern, per DARPA's website.Updates: forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topi
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Update on @DARPA #LaunchChallenge countdown: Rehearsal now scheduled for Thursday 2/27; first launch opportunity on Friday, 2/28. Stay tuned to all updates on #LaunchChallenge. Watch at: darpalaunchchallenge.org
@Astra's rocket "1 of 3" is moved into vertical position at the Pacific Spaceport Complex - Alaska. Today the team is going through "wet dress rehearsal" in which the liquid propellant will be added to the rocket, but not fired. See updates at http://darpalaunchchallenge.org
.@DARPA is doing a prelaunch livestream for @Astra's first launch of the DARPA launch challenge, currently scheduled for no earlier than Feb. 29.
Mike Curie says that today's planned wet dress rehearsal was postponed due to a technical issue. Teams are now hoping to conduct the wet dress tomorrow after new hardware arrives.
Astras Rocket 3.0 launch vehicle, nicknamed One of Three, is seen at the Pacific Spaceport Complex Alaska ahead of Astras first orbital mission, which will be the first launch of the DARPA Launch Challenge. (Photo: Astra)
Astras Rocket 3.0 launch vehicle, nicknamed One of Three, is raised vertical at the Pacific Spaceport Complex Alaska ahead of Astras first orbital mission, which will be the first launch of the DARPA Launch Challenge. (Photo: Astra)
Today is wet dress for Team @ASTRA at the DARPA #LaunchChallenge. An update on how things are progressing will take place on our daily webcast at 2:00pm Alaska/3:00pm PT on http://darpalaunchallenge.org
An interesting point is the Text overlay in the lower left corner: Apparently it is Launch Pad D, not Launch Pad B
Due to high winds and triggered lightening, today's launch was scrubbed. The next launch opportunity will be tomorrow at 11:00am AKT/Noon PST. (The weather gods, however, may have other ideas.) Tune into darpalaunchchallenge.org for the latest information.
Quote from: Skyrocket on 02/28/2020 07:59 pmAn interesting point is the Text overlay in the lower left corner: Apparently it is Launch Pad D, not Launch Pad BDARPA calls it Pad B or Area 3. Camera with Pad D designation is at area near B. If I understand correctly.