On 13th December 2018, Lucky number 13 or that’s the Number of the Jodie Whittaker’s 13th Doctor or its Taylor Swift Favourite Number also its her Birthday on that day…. In which it’s the launch of American Company – New Zealand- Auckland based Rocket Lab Carrier rocket provider in which the “#ItsBusinessTime “had provide a belated but launched second time round successfully … in which preparations for #ThisOnesForPickering has been well away on 21st November 2018 for its first stage Electron’s Rutherford engines.. For its NASA Launch services program….
The launch window for #ThisOnesForPickering Is in between the duration of 13th to 21st December 2018 from LC1- Launch Complex one at Mahia Peninsula, North Island at Onenui Station …. Launching as part of the NASA Launch services program is this Rocket Lab’s third launching of a Educational Launch of Nano Satellites – ElaNa -19 Mission for NASA.. In which Rocket Lab is a part of the VCLS- Venture Class Launch services initiative in which is co-ordinated from NASA KSC – Kennedy Space Center..
#ThisOnesForPickering Hashtag branded in honour towards one of NASA’s Founding New Zealander fathers- Doctor- Sir William Pickering whom is also the patron of previous NZSA- New Zealand Spaceflight Association in which known internationally … in which he also collaborated with among founding fathers of a 1958 NASA to build Explorer one…
The Payload – ELaNa-19 will be deployed at an altitude of five hundred Kilometers above Planet Earth, at an eighty five degree inclination from Rocket Lab’s Electron Rocket Carrier…. This is a first series of ELaNa-19 Cube Sats deploy out from a Constellation network of ten. Within this network it’ll provide an educational learning tool backbone to whom uses the low cost platform for research, educational, investigative nature of data observational analysis collecting on Earth and Space Sciences applications and tasking’s the ELaNa-19 Constellation network communicating each other provides that provisionments..
NASA CubeSats are about to enjoy a dedicated ride to space. Electron is ready. A nine-day launch window for the NASA ELaNa-19 mission opens 13 – 21 December 2018, UTC. Lift-off from Launch Complex 1 is scheduled between:
04:00 – 08:00 UTC (13 Dec)
17:00 – 21:00 NZDT (13 Dec)
20:00 – 00:00 PST (12/13 Dec)
23:00 – 03:00 EST (12/13 Dec)