November 29, 2021

Photos: America’s 100th EELV blasts off


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The 100th flight of America’s Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle program — a United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket — departed Cape Canaveral on Saturday evening carrying the most advanced U.S. weather satellite ever made.

Credit: Walter Scriptunas II / Scriptunas Images

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