Launch of NuSTAR on Pegasus Rocket
NASA’s X-Ray Telescope called NuSTAR successfully dropped from a L-1011 aircraft today at 16:00 UTC. 5 seconds later the Pegasus’ first stage ignited, 14 minutes later after three burns the NuSTAR Spacecraft was separated from the rocket after reaching the correct orbit.
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