All Signs Point To First Firefly Alpha Test Launch In September

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The integrated second stage, seen in earlier testing, is due to undergo final acceptance tests in July.
Credit: Firefly
Assuming an ongoing series of critical tests go according to plan over the next four months, a new U.S.-built rocket will arc into space from California sometime this fall, forging a low-cost route to orbit and increasing orbital access for small- and medium-satellite providers. That is the hope of...

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