NASA sends satellite into space designed to keep an eye on Earth's environment
NASA launched a satellite into space on Monday that's designed to keep an eye on the Earth's movement.
four 321 ignition and lift off, lift off of an atlas five rocket and land sat nine, continuing the legacy of an irreplaceable, 50 year record on our ever changing planet control system response looks good party when 80 engine operating parameters continue to look good, so equal has begun the pitch over maneuver. Body rates look good, that pitch over, maneuver, heading it to the south towards southern California and down to Mexico, Now passing 40 seconds into flight. Engine operating parameters continue to look good pump speeds and injected pressures all within expected ranges.