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Follow live as United Launch Alliance targets 2:57 p.m., the opening of a two-hour window, for the launch of a military communications satellite from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.Follow live as United Launch Alliance targets 2:57 p.m., the opening of a two-hour window, for the launch of a military communications satellite from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.

Live: Watch the most powerful Atlas V rocket launch from Cape Canaveral

The crucial launch will move ahead even as installations around the country move to telework due to the coronavirus pandemic.The crucial launch will move ahead even as installations around the country move to telework due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Space Force is going to space on Thursday.Space Force is going to space on Thursday.

How to watch Trump's US Space Force launch its first national security mission today - CNET

Atlas 5 launch timeline for the AEHF 6 mission – Spaceflight Now

Unemployment claims could reach several million, Stephen Curry hosts Dr. Anthony Fauci for a coronavirus panel and more things to start your Thursday.Unemployment claims could reach several million, Stephen Curry hosts Dr. Anthony Fauci for a coronavirus panel and more things to start your Thursday.

Coronavirus outbreak, Space Force launch: 5 things to know Thursday

“Today, @SpaceForceDOD will perform its first launch from Cape Canaveral! Florida is proud to be a part of this moment in history! 🚀 https://t.co/wemJHae5PU”

Rick Scott on Twitter: "Today, @SpaceForceDOD will perform its first launch from Cape Canaveral! Florida is proud to be a part of this moment in history! 🚀 https://t.co/wemJHae5PU"

“Atlas V flight AV-086 is counding down to launch at Space Launch Complex 41, Cape Canaveral. The @ulalaunch Atlas V model 551 will carry the AEHF 6 communications satellite into a high-perigee geotransfer orbit for the US Space Force. A secondary payload, TDO 2, is also aboard”

Jonathan McDowell on Twitter: "Atlas V flight AV-086 is counding down to launch at Space Launch Complex 41, Cape Canaveral. The @ulalaunch Atlas V model 551 will carry the AEHF 6 communications satellite into a high-perigee geotransfer orbit for the US Space Force. A secondary payload, TDO 2, is also aboard"

“LIFTOFF! #AEHF6 @ulalaunch https://t.co/BOQ2lOJofB”

Dr. Tanya Harrison on Twitter: "LIFTOFF! #AEHF6 @ulalaunch… "

“After hydraulics glitch, @ulalaunch gets set (again) to launch #AEHF6 military communications satellite for @SpaceForceDoD at 4:18 pm ET (1:18 pm PT). Watch live: https://t.co/ypDmbU4nt2”

Alan Boyle on Twitter: "After hydraulics glitch, @ulalaunch gets set (again) to launch #AEHF6 military communications satellite for @SpaceForceDoD at 4:18 pm ET (1:18 pm PT). Watch live: https://t.co/ypDmbU4nt2"

The new military branch is ready to begin launch operations.The new military branch is ready to begin launch operations.

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United Launch Alliance (ULA) is set to power the first national security space mission for the newly-formed U.S. Space Force.

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Space Force's first official mission is a go, with personnel set to launch a military communications satellite into orbit from Cape Canaveral Thursday afternoon.Space Force's first official mission is a go, with personnel set to launch a military communications satellite into orbit from Cape Canaveral Thursday afternoon.

First Space Force Mission Is A Go

First Space Force Mission Is A Go

The U.S. Space Force is scheduled to launch its first mission to space in a two-hour window beginning at 2:57 p.m. ET on Thursday from Cape Canaveral, sending a communications satellite into orbit aboard a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket. The U.S. Space Force is scheduled to launch its first mission to space in a two-hour window beginning at 2:57 p.m. ET on Thursday from Cape Canaveral, sending a communications satellite into orbit aboard a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket.

Watch the Space Force Launch Its First Mission to Space

US Space Force to Launch AEHF-6 for Protected SATCOMs

The U.S. Space Force will launch a military communications satellite into geostationary orbit as part of a national security mission on Thursday, March 26.The U.S. Space Force will launch a military communications satellite into geostationary orbit as part of a national security mission on Thursday, March 26.

U.S. Space Force First Launch: How To Watch Live | Digital Trends

The first official mission for the new U.S. Space Force lifted off from Florida at 4:18 p.m. EDT on Thursday into a virtually cloudless sky with a military communications satellite aboard.The first official mission for the new U.S. Space Force lifted off from Florida at 4:18 p.m. EDT on Thursday into a virtually cloudless sky with a military communications satellite aboard.

First launch for Space Force lifts off from Florida - UPI.com

THE first US Space Force mission since its establishment as a new military service is set to launch today. It will see a United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket blasting off with a billion-dollar jam resistant satellite onboard.THE first US Space Force mission since its establishment as a new military service is set to launch today. It will see a United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket blasting off with a billion-dollar jam…

First-ever launch of Trump's US Space Force mission lifts off today – sending 'jam-proof satellite' into orbit

The first national security space mission for the US Space Force is set to lift off from Florida despite the threat of the new coronavirus.The first national security space mission for the US Space Force is set to lift off from Florida despite the threat of the new coronavirus.

Final AEHF satellite set for launch despite Corona pandemic

The Space Force is set to blast off into space on Thursday for the first time since its creation last year with a rocket scheduled to launch from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.The Space Force is set to blast off into space on Thursday for the first time since its creation last year with a rocket scheduled to launch from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.

Space Force blasts off for the first time