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Sea Launch Authorized To Resume Launches

Discussion in 'General Satellite Discussion' started by ScoBuck, Jul 16, 2007.

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  1. ScoBuck

    ScoBuck Banned User

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  2. Smthkd

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    Nice to read that everything is on schedule and will proceed accordingly! Now lets hope that no more delays effect Sea Launch in the future!
     
  3. RAD

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    I know we won't see one, but it would be nice if Sea Launch would publish a list of proposed launch dates through the end of 2008 so us common folk would have some idea on what's happening.
     
  4. HIPAR

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    Check out:

    http://spaceflightnow.com/tracking/index.html

    This list of world wide scheduled launches includes Sea Launch events.

    --- CHAS
     
  5. RAD

    RAD Well-Known Member

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    Now about that site, but if I recell correctly it isn't 100% accurate based on past experience.
     
  6. mthompso105

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  7. HIPAR

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    Launches are routinely scrubbed, rescheduled or canceled. The person who maintains the list keeps does his best to keep abreast of a launch schedule that's constantly in flux.

    That site also provides near real-time coverage of major launches. The Phoenix spacecraft is scheduled to leave for Mars aboard a Delta II this week. They will cover it.

    --- CHAS
     
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