Amazon Shifts Launch Of Kuiper Demo Sats To ULA Vulcan

ULA CEO Tory Bruno welcomes the first Blue Origin BE-4 flight engine for ULA’s Vulcan rocket. The engine arrived on Oct. 9.

Credit: ULA
CAPE CANAVERAL—A pair of test satellites for Amazon’s planned 3,236-member Kuiper broadband constellation will be launched as secondary payloads on the debut flight of United Launch Alliance’s Vulcan-Centaur rocket, targeted for early 2023. The satellites were previously slated to fly on startup ABL...

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