ULA Buys Time For Vulcan NSSL Certification

The Vulcan Centaur Pathfinder Tanking Test rolls out to Space Launch Complex-41 for the first time on May 29 for integrated testing.
Credit: ULA
CAPE CANAVERAL—With blessings from the U.S. Space Force, United Launch Alliance (ULA) is shifting the first national security space launch (NSSL) mission planned for a Vulcan Centaur rocket onto an Atlas V, buying time to complete two non-NSSL launches which are needed to certify the new booster for...

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