Atlas V Rocket Rolls Back after Three Back-to-Back Launch Scrubs

ULA’s Atlas V rocket carrying the classified NROL-52 satellite for the U.S. National Reconnaissance Office has been forced to move back into its Integration Facility after suffering three consecutive launch delays earlier in the week.

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Delay to Saturday – Florida Weather Holds Up Classified Atlas V Launch with NROL-52

The launch of a classified satellite operated by the U.S. National Reconnaissance Office has been rescheduled for Friday after strong winds at the Cape Canaveral Launch Site prevented the Atlas V rocket to complete fueling operations for a launch attempt Thursday morning.

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Heavy Communications Satellite Duo Rides to Orbit on Europe’s Ariane 5 after three-week Delay

Riding on pillars of fire and smoke, Europe’s Ariane 5 rocket blasted into the sunset over French Guiana on Friday, heading off on its final Geotransfer mission of the year with a pair of particularly heavy satellites for operators Intelsat and B-SAT

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Ariane 5 Returns to French Guiana Launch Pad for Second Attempt with Intelsat 37e & BSat-4a

Europe’s Ariane 5 rocket returned to its French Guiana Launch Pad for liftoff Friday night with a pair of communications satellites for Luxembourg’s Intelsat and Japanese operator B-SAT, coming back from an aborted ignition earlier this month

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Proton Rocket Targets Thursday Night Liftoff on next Commercial Satellite Delivery

Russia’s Proton-M standing tall atop its remote launch pad at the Baikonur Cosmodrome for liftoff Thursday night on the rocket’s second commercial mission of the month, tasked with deploying the heavy AsiaSat 9 communications satellite to a Geostationary Transfer Orbit.

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SES Orders Super-Powered Satellites from Boeing to Expand O3b Broadband Services

Satellite operator SES ordered seven ‘super-powered medium earth orbit (MEO) satellites’ from Boeing to join the O3b satellite constellation orbiting over the equator to add high-capacity services forecast to be in demand to deliver data connectivity to more ships, aircraft, businesses and homes.

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All-Night Proton Ascent Mission Successfully Delivers Amazonas 5 Communications Satellite

Russia’s Proton rocket thundered into the night skies over the Baikonur Cosmodrome on Monday, carrying the U.S.-built Amazonas 5 communications satellite set to deliver TV and Internet Services to South and Central America.

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