This week we are expecting four rocket launches from around the world. They are all satellite launches, with one satellite testing out an exo-braking system to help de-orbit the satellite.
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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.
This week will see China launch several satellites into space. They will perform tasks such as monitoring greenhouse gas emissions, radio and TV transmissions, and secret military work.
Next week is set to be very quiet in terms of rocket launches but as long as everything goes to plan, we could see Firefly Aerospace perform the maiden flight of the Alpha rocket carrying 26 CubeSats.
In the upcoming week, we have several rocket launches due. The most interesting will be the maiden flight of Firefly Aerospace's Alpha rocket which is launching from Vandenberg AFB.