Take a Look at a huge Delta IV Heavy rocket launch the US Spy Satellite


By Aahil

A United Launch Alliance (ULA) Delta IV Heavy rocket will launch the first US spy satellite during its last flight out of California this the 24th of September (Sept. 24, 2009) You can follow it live.

to take the massive Delta IV Heavy from Vandenberg Space Force Base in California at 5:53 p.m. EDT (2153 GMT; 2:53 local time) for a mission with The US National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) in a mission dubbed NROLwhich was later identified.

The NRO creates and manages the nation's spy satellites. The missions and payloads of these spacecraft are classified. The NROL-91 mission isn't any different.

These launches have put in orbit vital capabilities for our country and our allies during a period of ever-growing threats and risks," Purdy said.

Each participant on the launch team knows the stakes and works with diligence and speed to prepare for a revolutionary launch.

The launch on Saturday will be the last Delta IV Heavy liftoff from California. The company's representatives have stated that ULA is in the process of phasing out the rocket to make way for an alternative vehicle, Vulcan Centaur. Vulcan Centaur, which could launch prior to the date of 2022's end.

Two Delta IV Heavy missions remaining following Saturday's flight. Both of them will take off in Florida's Space Coast in 2023 and 2024, if everything goes according to plan.

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