Atlas V Launches 10th GPS IIF Satellite

In the opening seconds of its 18-minute launch window at 11:36 a.m. ET (8:36 PT), a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket rose into the cloudy-bright Florida sky carrying the 10th GPS IIF satellite for the United States Air Force.  More »

Atlas V Launches Aerospace Experiments

An Atlas V rocket lifted off from Space Launch Complex 41 (SLC-41) at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Wednesday, May 20, carrying several experiments, some prepared by Aerospace’s technical staff.  More »

Zero to 60: What’s Faster, an Atlas V, a Delta IV, or Your Car?

If you read automotive magazines, you know that zero to 60 – that is, the time in seconds it takes a car to accelerate from a standstill to a speed of 60 miles per hour – is a commonly cited performance metric.  More »

Atlas V With Four Solid Motors Lights Up California Coast

An Atlas V rocket launched successfully from Vandenberg Air Force Base on Friday evening.  More »

National Security Satellite Launches to Orbit

A national security satellite has successfully launched to orbit from Cape Canaveral AFS aboard an Atlas V rocket.  More »