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Offline Chris Bergin

Other US Launchers Section Header
« on: 08/19/2012 11:56 PM »
This is a split section, allowing for a specific section for the ULA vehicles.

If you see threads that should be moved into here, please click "report to moderator" on any post on the thread and add "please move to US launchers" on the note.

Remember, we now have specific sections for Commercial Crew related vehicles, Orbital, SpaceX and ULA.

Offline tigerade

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Re: Other US Launchers Section Header
« Reply #1 on: 08/20/2012 12:29 AM »
Pardon my ignorance, but what other US launchers are there besides ULA, SpaceX, and Orbital?  The Commercial Crew vehicles have their own section, and Commercial Spaceflight General is for new space firms like Armadillo, Master and Virgin.  I'm just curious what vehicles/companies are covered in this section.

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Re: Other US Launchers Section Header
« Reply #2 on: 08/20/2012 01:19 AM »
Clearly the threads in this section is your guide, and there will be more and more US vehicles over the years, like Athena, and Chris has said he needs a ULA only section ahead of the features he's hinting about next week.

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Re: Other US Launchers Section Header
« Reply #3 on: 01/21/2018 03:59 AM »
Is the Electron small LV, from "Rocket Labs USA" an "other US launchers"?

I followed the launch today in the current events, but wondering where to follow Rocket Labs and Electron more generally.
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Offline TrevorMonty

Re: Other US Launchers Section Header
« Reply #4 on: 01/21/2018 08:03 AM »
NZ founder/owner and based but now registered as US company with lion share of funding US. Manufacturing split between US and NZ same with R&D I think. Launch site NZ but option to US ones especially for government payloads.

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Re: Other US Launchers Section Header
« Reply #5 on: 01/21/2018 02:23 PM »
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I followed the launch today in the current events, but wondering where to follow Rocket Labs and Electron more generally.
There was a thread on Electron but I donīt find it. Can someone please tell where is it ?

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Re: Other US Launchers Section Header
« Reply #6 on: 01/21/2018 02:25 PM »
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I followed the launch today in the current events, but wondering where to follow Rocket Labs and Electron more generally.
There was a thread on Electron but I donīt find it. Can someone please tell where is it ?

It's currently in Commercial Space Flight General section
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=35300.0;topicseen

And the launch thread is still in Live Events
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=43625.0;topicseen

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