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STP 2, Space Test Program 2 will launch with 25 spacecraft inside its nose cone. Experimental satellites aboard the rocket will include six weather research satellites - each weighing less than 500 pounds (225 kilograms) - part of the Constellation Observing System for Meteorology, Ionosphere and Climate-2, or COSMIC-2, program. The joint U.S.-Taiwanese COSMIC-2 program is a follow-on to six microsatellites launched in 2006 to measure temperature and humidity conditions in the atmosphere by monitoring the attenuation of GPS navigation signals.
- Booster: Falcon Heavy
- Launch Date: 2019-06-24, 11:30 pmEDT (03:30 UTC +1 day) AEHF 5, Advanced Extremely High Frequency Satellite, a communications satellite for the DoD.
- Booster: Atlas V (551)/Centaur
- Launch Date: 2019-06-27 ICON, NASA’s Ionospheric Connection Explorer (ICON) satellite will launch on a Northrup Grumman Pegasus XL rocket, airlaunched by being dropped from an L-1011 jet aircraft. The launch will be over the Atlantic Ocean, and not visible from shore, except via Webcast. 📺 You can track the Stargazer aircraft that launches the Pegasus at Flight Aware.Com.
- Booster: Pegasus XL
- Launch Date: 2019-05-xx (TBD)
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