ULA Vulcan Rocket Debut Slips To 2022

Astrobotic's Peregrine lunar lander will not be ready to be launched until 2022.
Credit: Astrobotic
CAPE CANAVERAL—The inaugural flight of United Launch Alliance’s (ULA) Vulcan rocket is slipping to 2022 to allow more time for its customer, Astrobotic, to prepare its Peregrine lunar lander for launch. The COVID-19 pandemic “presented a lot of problems for the entire space supply chain,” Astrobotic...

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