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Launch Viewing Sites
Space View Park
Titusville

Directly across the Indian River from historic Launch Complex 39

LISATS Point
Port Canaveral

Where ham radio operators provide nformation on the payloads going up.

Loudspeakers with launch commentary are provided at LISATS Point.

  • NAVSTAR 2F-5, Global Positioning System Satellite For status updates, Visit http://LaunchInfo.Com on your mobile phone's web browser, and tap 1 on your dialpad. Data rates apply.

  • SES 8, A Geostationary TV Broadcast Satelite for SES of Luxembourg. It will be positioned over the equator at 95°E longitude to cover the South Asia and Pacific regions.

  • Thaicom-6, Thaicom-6 will be co-located with Thaicom-5 at 78.5° East (“Hot Bird” position), and carry a hybrid Ku- and C-band payload. The C-band payload will provide services via the satellite’s regional beam to Southeast Asia and Africa, including Madagascar.

  • MAVEN, Mars Atmosphere and Volitile EvolutioN satellite will orbit Mars to study the upper atmosphere. +

  • Orbcomm OG2, Eight Orbcomm Generation Two (OG2) satellites will be launched on a single SpaceX Falcon 9 booster into LEO (Low Earth Orbit)

  • Dragon CRS-3, An unmanned cargo delivery mission to the International Space Station under a NASA Commercial Resupply Services contract.

  • TDRS L, Tracking and Data Relay Satellite, A GEO (Geostationary Earth Orbiting) NASA satellite that relays telemetry and other data from LEO (Low Earth Obrting) satellites.

  • AFSPC-4, A satellite for the US Air Force Space Command. Details of the satellite's purpose have not yet been released.

  • Dragon CRS-4, An unmanned cargo delivery mission to the International Space Station under a NASA Commercial Resupply Services contract.



    Last Updated 2013-10-10
    Information provided by SpaceLaunchInfo.Com, and compiled from reports at SpaceflightNow.Com



    Last Updated 2013-09-27
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