ULA Atlas V NROL-107 | Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex

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ULA Atlas V NROL-107

Aug 29, 2023 at 08:34 am

Space Launch Complex 41 • Space Force Base Cape Canaveral

launch offer:

Watch an Atlas V rocket take off from one of the following viewing positions:

Launch Watch

LC-39 Observation Bridge

$49 In addition to acceptance

  • Watch the rocket leave the launch pad
  • An additional transport ticket (LTT) is required in addition to a valid entrance ticket
  • About 2.3 miles / 3.7 kilometers from the launch pad
  • The buses will board at the engine end of the Saturn 1B rocket in Rocket Garden at 7:00 AM
  • Voiceover launch and communication is available
  • Includes snack and souvenir (to be redeemed at the LC-39 show site)

Buy transportation tickets

Northern Atlantis Park

It is located on the left on approach to Space Shuttle Atlantis®

Included with admission

  • Watch the rocket once you clear the tree line
  • About 7.1 miles / 11.4 kilometers from the launch pad
  • The viewing area opens at 7:30 am
  • Included with admission to the visitor complex
  • Audio and video launch, communicating commentary available

Buy admission

ULA Atlas V NROL-107 |  Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex

Rocket launch: August 29, 2023 | ULA Atlas V NROL-107

Mission details:

  • launch provider: United Launch Alliance (ULA)
  • Missile type: Atlas V 551
  • launcher: Space launch complex 41

A United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas V rocket launches the SILENTBARKER/NROL-107 mission, a joint capability between the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) and the United States Space Force (USSF) to improve space awareness. The launch window opens at 8:34 AM and ends at 9:32 AM.

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