Virgin Orbit, today’s first orbital launch with Cosmic Girl in the UK | Live at 10 p.m

    Virgin Orbit, today’s first orbital launch with Cosmic Girl in the UK |  Live at 10 p.m

    Everything is ready to go Virgin Orbit The expected night, which will take off for the first time from Europe, specifically from the United Kingdom. The launch, which could still be hampered by bad weather or technical problems, will be the first carried out by Virgin Orbit outside the US company’s base in California’s Mojave Desert.

    The mission called “Start Me Up,” inspired by the title by the legendary British band The Rolling Stones, will see a Boeing 747 converted by Virgin Orbit into the iconic Cosmic Girl, taking off from an airport in the popular tourist town of Newquay. On the coast of the Atlantic Ocean in the region of Cornwall, in the southwest of England.

    If all goes as planned, the Cosmic Girl aircraft with a connected two-stage rocket, Launcher One, tucked under its wing, will take off from Spaceport Cornwall in Newquay, Between 22:40 and 00:00 according to our time zone. Virgin will rise about 10.6 kilometers above the Atlantic Ocean before launching the rocket.

    Launcher One will perform an orbital burn with both of its stages before it launches Its payload is nine small satellites. The launch will enjoy live coverage on the company’s YouTube page It will start at 10 p.m which we suggest to follow.

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