Lucy Launches, Begins Multi-Billion-Mile Trek to Explore Dawn of the Solar System

@ULALaunch has launched its 1st Atlas V 401 from the Space Coast in 4+yrs, delivering @NASA’s Lucy mission to explore the very dawn of our Solar System. […]

Weather Looks Favorable for Before-Dawn Saturday Launch of Lucy Mission

@ULALaunch stands primed to launch its 3rd Mighty Atlas of 2021, laden with @NASA Lucy spacecraft to explore the Jovian Trojan asteroids. […]

Mighty Atlas Launches Landsat-9, Rideshares to Orbit on First Four-Burn Centaur Mission

After 4 flightless months, @ULALaunch Mighty Atlas has successfully launched Landsat-9 from Vandenberg, with Lucy up next in October. […]

Landsat-9 Ready for Monday Launch, as ULA Flight Manifest Resumes

After 4 flightless months, @ULALaunch is gearing up for Monday afternoon’s launch of Landsat-9 atop #MightyAtlas. […]

NASA's Lucy Spacecraft Prepares for First-Ever Four-Billion Mile Journey to Trojan Asteroids

Lucy, in its modified shipping container, lands at Kennedy Space Center in Florida on July 30. It was later transported by truck to its final destination, Astrotech Space Operations, in nearby Titusville. Photo Credit: Lockheed Martin

There have been many missions to various asteroids and comets, by NASA and other space agencies. But one […]

Starliner Valve Issue Delays OFT-2, Next Launch Attempt TBD

@NASA & @Boeing must wait a little long to fly the many-times-delayed OFT-2 mission to @Space_Station, following a valve issue aboard Starliner. […]

Weather 60-Percent Favorable for NET Tuesday Launch of OFT-2

@NASA is aiming for no sooner than Tuesday, 3 August, to launch OFT-2 Starliner mission, with a predicted 60-percent probability of acceptable weather. […]

Atlas V, Starliner Set for Historic Space Station Launch on Friday

@ULALaunch is set to launch its #MightyAtlas on Friday, carrying @Boeing #Starliner on uncrewed test mission to @Space_Station. […]

NASA's Mars Helicopter Delivers 'Bird's Eye' Views from 9th Flight, Perseverance Prepares for First Sampling

This view from Ingenuity shows the location called “Raised Ridges,” which is thought to be part of an ancient fracture system where water may have flowed underground. You can see one “foot” of the helicopter on the left side as well as the helicopter’s shadow on the ground at the bottom of the image. […]

Landsat-9, Booster Arrive at Vandenberg, As ULA Prepares for Busy Launch Manifest

After a relatively “light” start to the year in terms of launches, @ULALaunch is gearing up for a busy 2nd half of 2021. […]