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Rocket Lab set to try its first US-based launch again

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Rocket Lab set to try its first US-based launch again

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The company's Electron launch vehicle is ready to take 3 small satellites to orbit.

Perhaps more significantly, Rocket Lab is using Wallops for the development of its larger reusable Neutron rocket, which would both launch and land at MARS.

Enlarge / A previous launch of the Electron from New Zealand.


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Author / Journalist: John Timmer

Category: Technology

Topics: Satellites Rocket lab Orbital launch Launches Science Rockets

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Article Type: News Report

News Source URL: arstechnica.com

Readership Location: United States

Published Date: 2023-01-24, 15:59:30

News Timezone: GMT -5:00

Language: English

Original Article Length: 224 words

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News ID: 3126236

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