On one of the last flights, the Delta IV Medium rocket went off the orbit every day to send a satellite into the space satellite.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla – On one of the recent flights, the powerful Delta IV Medium rocket has been on its way to orbit every day to launch a military satellite into the space.
8:26 hr. EDT will be launched on March 15 (March 2, 00:26 GMT) and in 2019, the 37B Space Launch Complex at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Base, has been configured in the Launch Alliance Delta IV Medium 5.4, which is a five-meter payload and four solid rocket engines. He sent 10 spacecraft SATCOM to the orbit.
For the launch of the WGS spacecraft, all Delta IV space missiles with 5.4 configurations have been used, and this flight is expected to be final for this version. The next and most recently planned Delta IV Medium flight is scheduled for July 25, 2019 and will be configured in 4.2 configuration for sending GPS-III to orbit.
The unmatched Delta IV Medium retire from ULA for several reasons. First, the company is often no more than Atlas V missiles. Also, this is usually expensive. Ultimately, even Atlas V Vulcan will retire in favor of the ULA plans and plans to fly in the next few years.
For the Delta IV network, only three nuclear warheads will be kept in the near future and are used by the US Air Force. However, in the summer of 2020, one or more Heavy cars may be purchased for the NASA space exploration system for Exploration Mission 1, but this is still being studied.
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