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Launch time is changing again to 19:10 UTC

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla

17-01-2006 9:40 CST

Topics: New Horizons

The winds are still questionable. Here is a new launch timeline.

 ElapsedESTPSTUTC
Launch 0:00 14:10:00 11:10:00 19:10:00
SRB burnout and jettison 0:01:47 14:11:47 11:11:47 19:11:47
  0:01:48 14:11:48 11:11:48 19:11:48
Payload fairing jettison 0:03:23 14:13:23 11:13:23 19:13:23
Core booster burnout 0:04:28 14:14:28 11:14:28 19:14:28
Centaur separation 0:04:34 14:14:34 11:14:34 19:14:34
Centaur first burn 0:04:44 14:14:44 11:14:44 19:14:44
Park orbit / cruise phase 0:10:06 14:20:06 11:20:06 19:20:06
Centaur second burn 0:32:23 14:42:23 11:42:23 19:42:23
Third stage separation 0:42:15 14:52:15 11:52:15 19:52:15
Star 48B ignition 0:42:52 14:52:52 11:52:52 19:52:52
Star 48B burnout 0:44:20 14:54:20 11:54:20 19:54:20
Spacecraft separation 0:47:22 14:57:22 11:57:22 19:57:22
 
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