NASA's Parker Solar Probe Is Finally Headed For the Sun
August 12, 2018
Following decades of development, NASA's Parker Solar Probe finally left Earth aboard United Launch Alliance's Delta IV Heavy rocket at 03:31 AM EDT (07:31 UTC) from Cape Canaveral, Florida. Over the next seven years, NASA will use the probe to study the Sun, hoping to answer long-asked questions about its complex behavior.
Parker Solar Probe's First Launch Attempt Scrubbed
August 11, 2018
The launch of Delta IV Heavy for NASA's Parker Solar Probe mission was scrubbed just under 2 minutes from liftoff after a gaseous helium regulator pressure alarm caused a hold in the countdown. Launch is now planned for August 12 at 03:31 AM EDT / 07:31 UTC.
Antares rocket set to launch Space Station cargo Monday
May 20, 2018
Orbital ATK plans to launch their Cygnus spacecraft on its way to the International Space Station Monday for the OA-9 mission under NASA's Commercial Resupply Services contract.