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Phoenix launch postponed one day

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla

31-07-2007 10:22 CDT

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According to spaceflightnow.com, 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 spaceflightnow.com):

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

 
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