ULA Atlas 5 Moved To Launch Pad Ahead Of Thursday's Planned Launch Written 1 March 2018

Spaceflight Now reports that a United Launch Alliance (ULA) Altas 5 rocket carrying the NOAA GOES-S weather satellite was moved from the ULA Vertical Integration Facility to NASA’s Complex 41 on Wednesday ahead of a planned launch Thursday afternoon. The latest forecast shows an 80 percent chance of favorable weather conditions for the mission. Liquid oxygen will be “loaded in the first stage during the countdown tomorrow afternoon, along with liquid hydrogen...for the Atlas 5’s Centaur upper stage.”
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