Atlas V rocket launches NRL-101 spy satellite

Atlas V rocket launches NRL-101 spy satellite

Cape Canaveral, flat. – United Launch Alliance (ULA) successfully sent one Atlas also rocket After a series of delays due to hardware issues and bad weather conditions at the launch site, today (November 13) in space.

The 206-foot-high (63-meter) rocket was fired from the space launch complex at 5:32 p.m. EST (2232 GMT) at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, setting a classified salary for the National Reconnaissance Office. Was Who manages the US government’s fleet of spy satellites.

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