It's a quiet week we have coming up. Innospace, a South Korean startup, is due to launch its Hanbit-TLV rocket which could be an interesting watch as we don't normally get launches from this firm.
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We have quite a number of rocket launches this week. One of them is a maiden flight which will be interesting and another one will launch a satellite to perform the first global surface water survey.
We have quite a lot of launches this week. Aside from more attempts by NASA to launch the SLS, several companies and countries are planning to launch various satellites into orbit.
We have several launches due this week, including a cargo mission to the ISS and the maiden flight of Arianespace's Vega C rocket. Vega C was due for launch last week, but it got delayed.
Amazon has procured 83 rocket launches to put its Project Kuiper internet-beaming satellites into orbit. It'll work with Arianespace, Blue Origin, and United Launch Alliance over five years.
We expect Arianespace to launch 34 OneWeb internet communication satellites and there's a chance that SpaceX will launch its Falcon Heavy for the first time since 2019 for the U.S. Space Force.
We've got an exciting week coming up in rocket launches because an Ariane 5 ECA+ will finally take the James Webb Space Telescope to space on Christmas Eve following 25 years of construction.
In the upcoming week, we'll be getting several satellite launches. Among them will be the launch of two new Galileo satellites and 53 Starlink satellites. There are no manned missions this week.
There will be two launches in the upcoming week. Arianespace will launch satellites for the French military while Rocket Lab will use its Electron rocket to put two BlackSky satellites in orbit.
Next week, South Korea is due to test its Nuri rocket by launching a mock satellite. The Nuri satellite aims to be one of the cheapest satellite launch vehicles in Asia at $30 million per launch.
The launches this week will be quite ordinary. OneWeb will get 34 new internet satellites in space and China even wants to launch an internet satellite as a test before establishing a constellation.
After igniting its upper stage eight minutes after liftoff, the Vega rocket lost nominal speed and went on a degraded trajectory, taking with it the Spanish and French payload onboard.