The Atlas V rocket launches the NROL-101 spy satellite into orbit

The Atlas V rocket launches the NROL-101 spy satellite into orbit

Cape Canaveral, fl. – Successfully sent by United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas V Rocket Today (Nov. 13) in space, followed by a series of delays due to hardware issues and bad weather at the launch site.

At 5:32 pm EST (2232 GMT) at Cape Canaveral Air Force Base in Florida, the space launch complex exploded from 41 to 206 feet (63 m), along with a classified load for the National Reassessment Office, which manages the U.S. government’s spy satellites.

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