NROL-44 launch now targeting September 26, 2020

Michael Howard

September 17, 2020

ULA

United Launch Alliance's Delta IV Heavy is now scheduled to launch the National Reconnaissance Office's L-44 mission during a 94-minute window on September 26.

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