NASA launches a new rocket

Credit: NASA Wallops/Terry Zaperach
Credit: NASA Wallops/Terry Zaperach


One of NASA's two-stage suborbital missiles is scheduled to take off on 11 spacecraft. 2021!

The place to take off is: Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia.

This missile has the mission to establish a suborbital flight and help researchers and scientists to discover much more in the field of aerospace. This ship will probably have a camera on board, however NASA has not yet announced something like this, which will be able to see Earth.

But not seeing the Earth is its mission, its mission is to show scientists the average speed and optimum that could be kept for these flights, which in the future can also carry people.

It also has the mission to show scientists and researchers if the materials from which it is built are good or need to be updated or how brave they can withstand. The flight will also collect scientific data in the nuclear field for future nuclear weapons for the United States. Its mission is to help develop high-fidelity computers and mechanical flight simulators, NASA said. Everything we wrote above is part of the HOT Shot program.

NASA has announced that this launch will take place between 16-19. EDT (Sept. 11, 2021).

The entire launch will begin at 3:40 p.m. EDT. And NASA also said that it will be broadcast starting with the above time on: Wallops Facebook and Twitter.

NASA: "The rocket launch is expected to be visible from the east coast of Virginia and Maryland and from southern Delaware."

Also, watch out for those who want to go to the "NASA Visitor Center at Wallops", it will not be open to see the launch, at that time, NASA announced.

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