Today, at least four space launch vehicles will be launched

Today, at least four space launch vehicles will be launched

Today will be rich in space launches by four companies, two of which have already been carried out by Rocket Lab and United Launch Alliance, and two more will be launched during the day. In addition to those companies, Blue Origin and SpaceX will launch missiles.

The first mission was carried out by Rocket Lab on the morning of August 4th, and the launch vehicle was launched from the base of the company's launch site on the Mahiya peninsula in New Zealand at 0130 U.S. local time called NROL 199. The development of the vehicle must take place within two hours of launch. Earlier this year, Rocket Lab successfully carried out a mission to launch the NROL-162 satellite for the United States intelligence agency.

The next round of upcoming launches was the United Lawnch Alliance mission, in which the last SBIRS GEO satellite of the United States Space Force ballistic missile early detection system would be launched into geosynchronous Earth orbit. Atlas V was launched from the 41 launch site at Cape Canaveral in Florida at 06:29 local time.

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Today's third space launch will be made by Blue Origin. New Shepard will fly a mission with another shipment of space tourists. The launch will take place from the Launch Site One site in Texas at 9.30 a.m. local time. As part of this mission, six tourists will go on a short suborbital flight and will be able to enjoy the amazing species of our planet, as well as their weightlessness. The launch of the NS-22 mission can be seen on YouTube.

The NS-22 crew included Cobi Cotton.

SpaceX will complete the launch marathon, which will launch the Korea Pathfinder moon orbiter for South Korea. The launch of the Falcon 9 launch vehicle will take place from the 40 launch site at Cape Canaveral in Florida at 7:08 p.m. local time. The launch will begin a few minutes before the launch on the company's official website.

The South Korean Moon Mission Danuri is the first mission in the history of the country to travel beyond low-Earth orbit. The machine will go to the Moon to study magnetic anomalies on the surface of the Earth satellite.

According to the source, China can conduct two space launches today, but there is no official confirmation of this, including the launch into space of a remote sensing satellite, as well as the testing of an experimental reusable space object.