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RADFXSAT (FOX-1B) LAUNCH SCRUBBED AGAIN, BUT MORE FOXES ARE ON THE WAY!

RADFXSAT (FOX-1B) LAUNCH SCRUBBED AGAIN, BUT MORE FOXES ARE ON THE WAY! The launch of the already-delayed United Launch Alliance (ULA) Delta II rocket that will transport the RadFxSat (Fox-1B) CubeSat carrying an AMSAT Amateur Radio payload and other payloads into orbit was scrubbed on November 14, with just over 15 minutes to liftoff. “The launch of a United Launch Alliance Delta II rocket carrying the JPSS-1 mission for NASA and NOAA was scrubbed today, due to a range safety hold and high upper-level winds,” ULA said in a tweet. “The team is working to establish a new launch opportunity.” ULA said weather balloons found that upper-level wind conditions “are red for the launch window, causing today's attempt to be scrubbed.”   More



(Source: ARRL - Nov 16)

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