B-Roll for NASA’s Radiation Belt Storm Probes Mission
The Radiation Belt Storm Probes (RBSP) is designed to help us understand the Sun’s influence on Earth and Near-Earth space by studying the Earth’s radiation belts on various scales of space and time. The mission is part of the Living With a Star program and consists of two satellites that will orbit the Earth within the Van Allen radiation belts.
The mission is scheduled to launch on August 23, 2012 at 08:08 UTC from Space Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral on an Atlas V401 rocket.
NASA’s RBSP Probes A & B successfully separated from the Centaur upper stage after it performed a second burn […]
Alternative Launch Angles from cameras around the Cape as NASA’s RBSP Spacecraft’s lifted off today on an Atlas V […]
NASA’s RBSP Spacecraft’s lifted off today on an Atlas V 401 from Cape Canaveral in Florida. Lift off occurred […]
A video describing what was done to the Atlas V vehicle when it was rolled back to the Vertical […]
NASA’s RBSP Probes rolled out in their encapsulated fairing atop an Atlas V 401 rocket today at 18:00 UTC. […]
Today’s launch of NASA’s RBSP was scrubbed due to an issue with the C-Band tracking beacon on the vehicle. […]
NASA’s RBSP Probes rolled out on Wednesday at 12:00 UTC to the launch pad at Space Launch Complex 41.
Processing highlights of the Atlas V 401 rocket that will launch RBSP into orbit. From arrival at Cape Canaveral […]
Processing highlights of NASA’s RBSP Probes, from arrival at Kennedy Space Center, final processing to encapsulation and arrival at […]
At the Kennedy Space Center, program scientists preview NASA’s Radiation Belt Storm Probes (RBSP) mission. RBSP is being designed […]
At the Kennedy Space Center, mission managers discuss the status of NASA’s Radiation Storm Belt Probes (RBSP) mission. The […]