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GPS IIF-6 Launched into Orbit Following Weather Delay



 
 
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Old May 20th 14, 08:49 PM posted to sci.geo.satellite-nav
Sam Wormley[_2_]
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Default GPS IIF-6 Launched into Orbit Following Weather Delay

GPS IIF-6 Launched into Orbit Following Weather Delay
http://gpsworld.com/gps-iif-6-launch...weather-delay/


The sixth GPS Block IIF satellite was successfully launched Friday at
8:03 p.m. local time. Built by Boeing Space and Intelligence Systems
of El Segundo, California, GPS IIF-6 launched aboard a United Launch
Alliance Delta 4 rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in
Florida.


Two more GPS IIF satellites are scheduled to launch before the end of
the year.


 




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