An American – New Zealand based Carrier Rocket company Rocket lab in which it’s preparations for an launch of 25th November 2019 in which is bound to be launched from the eastern coast of North Island New Zealand from its Mahia Peninsula Launch complex one launch for the late February calendar.. In which it’ll be position in a LEO –Low Earth Orbital position… In which its launch time is unknown to be announce Running Out of Fingers…. Also featuring the next generation’s series of the Electron 3D printed booster rocket engine for its tenth launched…
Launching featuring Electron Carrier Rocket with its carbon fibre fuselage with its next generation 3D printed engine.. is this mission will carry deployment of several Commercial Small Satellites into its designated orbit in which the Next Generation Electron Engine is designed to be used as Reusable for the Reusable first Staging Carrier Rocket in which is test driving for any lessons learn towards full commercially of a cost effective reusable carrier rocket..
Located on the Mahia Peninsula on New Zealand’s East Coast, LC-1 is the best spot in the world to launch more frequently than anywhere else on the planet. In which is launch range is thirty nine degrees south latitude in which launching at SSO –Sun Synchronous Orbit … in which Amanda Stiles, Director of Mission Management and Integration, in which the Hanger has crew of fifty personal to provide launch engineering.. In which the whole electron rocket comes together in construction from various locations manufactured in New Zealand also its American partners coming together at the Mount Wellington complex in Auckland New Zealand… in which testing the components before launch towards the Mahia Peninsula LC1..
In which the final process of the payload it is tested in the Clean room in where it’s integrated into the kick stage with the payload flaring then it’s installed towards the carrier rocket then towards the launch complex in where it’s controlled a mission controlled in Auckland ….