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Next Launches (Detailed)
04.29.05 - New Window for Shuttle Return to Flight
NASA announced today July 13 to 31 is the new launch
planning window for the Space Shuttle Discovery mission.
A Russian-built Proton K rocket to orbit the Express
AM-2 comunications satellite in a
be staged from Baikonur
Cosmodrome. in Kazakhstan. 5:31 p.m.
EST (2231 GMT).
rocket to loft a classified payload for the U.S. National
Reconnaissance Office NRO
from Cape Canaveral Air
Force Station in Florida. 8:00 p.m. to
10:30 p.m. EDT (0000-0230 April 7 GMT).
An Ariane 5 rocket carrying the French satellite Syracuse
3A and the Indonesian spacecraft
2 in a launch staged from
Space Center in Kourou, French Guiana.
April 14: Russian-built Soyuz
TMA-6 spacecraft and Soyuz booster to carry the
Expedition 11 to the International Space Station ISS from Baikonur
Kazakhstan. 8:45 p.m. EDT (0045 April 15 GMT).
May 4: A
4 rocket is to orbit the GOES-N
satellite in a space shot staged
from Pad 37 at Cape
Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.
EDT (2220-2305 GMT).
May 11: A Boeing Delta 2 carrying the
NOAA-N spacecraft to launch from
Air Force Base in California.
NET* May 15: NASA will launch its first
return to flight mission with the STS-114
shuttle flight staged from
Center in Florida. The first shuttle flight
the loss of the space shuttle Columbia, the flight has a launch window stretching to June
May 20: The
GPS 2R M-1 satellite to ride a Boeing-built
into orbit in U.S. Air Force launch staged from
Cape Canaveral Air Force
Station in Florida
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