Traveling through time and space & Doing timey wimy stuff.

In least than thirteen hours towards countdown On 19th January 2017, on a “ULA- Untied Launch Alliance” bound to be launched from Space Launch Complex SLC- 41, is the United States Air force of their Next Generation of Early Warning systems… That Next Generation of Early Warning system is the Space-Based Infrared Systems (SBIRS) GEO-3…… The Launch window opening for the launch is from 19.46 hours Eastern Standard Time, in regarding to that the live broadcast commences at the broadcasting time at 19.26 hours Eastern Standard Time…

The carrier rocket for the Lockheed Martin SBIRS-GEO 3 is an Atlas V Rocket in the 401 Configuration…. In which consisting one main Atlas V rocket, with a secondary stage Centaur Rocket, it’s interesting that there’s no additional Solid Rocket Boosters- SRB’S…. unlikely that this payload is very much lighter than the other previous launches..

The Payload itself, the Space-Based Infrared Systems (SBIRS) GEO-3, is a partaking of several of its sisterly networks of early warning systems satellites… in which one of its many mission assignments specifications is to provide the highest degrees of gathering reconnaissance information on missile warnings, missile defence, technical intelligence also Battle Awareness readiness for missile detection..

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