NASA Delayed The Launch Of Five Rockets To Test Winds In The Upper Atmosphere

Posted: Mar 15 2012, 4:04pm CDT | by , Updated: Mar 15 2012, 4:07pm CDT, in News | Technology News

 
 

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Yesterday I mentioned that NASA was set to launch five rockets over 5 minute period to help learn what makes the wins at high altitudes so fast. NASA postponed the launch was supposed to take place at a coastal launching site in Virginia early Thursday morning.

NASA says the launch will happen no sooner than Friday night. Sky watchers will have something to look forward to for the weekend if the launch takes place. NASA says the delay was due to an issue with the payload, which was a chemical marker in this case.

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