SpaceX postponed the launch of the US Space Force’s unmanned shuttle 20:01

The American company SpaceX announced that it has postponed the launch of the US Space Force’s reusable unmanned space plane X-37B and the Falcon Heavy rocket, which was planned for Monday, December 11, Moscow time, by one day. Interfax.

The organization stated that the reason for the postponement was adverse weather conditions. The launch is now scheduled for Monday at 20:14 East Coast time (Tuesday at 04:14 Moscow time) from Launch Complex 39A at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida.

The specific missions of this unmanned space plane are strictly confidential. At the same time, the US Space Force said the goals of the USSF-52 mission would be to conduct “a wide variety of tests and experiments.”

“These tests include work in new orbital regimes, experiments with technologies for monitoring the space environment, as well as research on the effects of radiation on materials in the interests of NASA,” Space Force Command said.

Before reportedIt has been reported that a new satellite for the missile attack warning system has become operational in the USA.

Previously Pentagon announced About the beginning of the reorganization of the US Air Force and Space Force.



Source: Gazeta

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