WALLOPS ISLAND, Va. - It's almost time for another rocket launch!
On Saturday, September 11, a suborbital sounding rocket carrying experiments for the HOTShot program for Sandia Labs is scheduled to launch from the NASA Wallops Flight Facility on Wallops Island.
The launch window is between 4-7 p.m.
Weather permitting, the launch may be visible from the Eastern Shore of Virginia and Maryland and southern Delaware.
LIFTOFF❗ A two-stage Terrier Improved Malemute suborbital sounding rocket carrying the experiments for the HOTShot program for @SandiaLabs launched at 6:07 p.m. EDT.— NASA Wallops (@NASA_Wallops) September 11, 2021
Did you see the rocket? Share your pictures below and keep an eye out for photos from the team!
We're ready to #CountdownToLaunch this weekend! 🚀 A suborbital sounding rocket is prepped to launch Saturday, Sept. 11, carrying experiments for the HOTShot program for @SandiaLabs. The launch window is 4-7 pm ET.— NASA Wallops (@NASA_Wallops) September 10, 2021
Here's how to watch: https://t.co/qLzAl2EnM3 pic.twitter.com/ghYJ2Pru7G