Help Shape the Future of Space Exploration

Join The Planetary Society Now  arrow.png

Join our eNewsletter for updates & action alerts

    Please leave this field empty

Headshot of Emily Lakdawalla

Phoenix launch postponed one day

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla

31-07-2007 10:22 CDT


According to, the launch of Phoenix has been postponed by one day, to August 4, 2007, because bad weather anticipated for today will prevent fueling of the rocket's second stage. That's too bad.

Here's the launch window schedule (modified to UTC from the one posted at

DateInstant OneInstant Two
August 409:26:3110:02:55
August 509:17:2309:53:59
August 609:07:4809:44:32
August 708:57:3609:34:29
August 808:46:4509:23:52
August 908:35:5109:12:57
August 1008:24:2409:01:38
August 1108:12:1408:49:39
August 1207:58:2608:36:55
August 1307:44:5208:23:21
August 1407:30:3008:08:51
August 1507:13:4507:53:18
August 1607:57:2507:36:33
August 1707:38:0407:18:22
August 1807:15:5107:54:59
August 1907:00:5007:39:36
August 2006:44:0907:23:08
August 2106:26:0307:05:22
August 2206:06:3706:46:03
August 2305:43:3206:24:47
August 2405:18:5906:01:02

See other posts from July 2007


Or read more blog entries about:


Leave a Comment:

You must be logged in to submit a comment. Log in now.
Facebook Twitter Email RSS AddThis

Blog Search


Advocate for Space!

Fifteen years ago, Society members and passionate space advocates like you helped save the Pluto mission. Now we can do the same for missions to Europa and Mars.

Join over 27,600 people who have completed their petition and consider a donation to support advocacy efforts.

Sign Our Petition

Featured Images

The Magnificent Neptunian System
Pluto's blue skies
51 Eridani b
51 Eridani b (artist's conception)
More Images

Featured Video

A Perfect, Clear Day: LightSail's Launch

Watch Now

Fly to an Asteroid!

Send your name and message on Hayabusa-2.

Send your name

Selfies to Space!

Take flight with a selfie on LightSail™ in 2016!

Send a Selfie Now

Connect With Us

Facebook! Twitter! Google+ and more…
Continue the conversation with our online community!