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ABL Space Systems | RS1 | KuiperSat-1

ABL Space Systems is scheduled to launch a RS1 rocket as part of the KuiperSat-1 mission. The launch window for the Communications mission is on 12/31/2022 00:00 UTC from Pacific Spaceport Complex, Alaska, USA. Don’t miss this exciting rocket launch! Watch the launch video of the RS1 and experience the excitement for yourself.

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Mission: KuiperSat-1

This is one of the two satellites to test and validate technology solutions, launch operations and mission management ahead of deploying the Kuiper constellation.

Rocket: RS1

Second-stage launch vehicle developed by ABL Space Systems using their E2 RP-1/LOX rocket engine. Nine engines are used in the first stage and one in the second stage. The RS1 is designed to be deployed and launched from any suitably flat site using a containerized launch system transported by trucks.

Agency: ABL Space Systems

ABL Space Systems is an American company based in El Segundo, California, specialized in launch vehicle and launch systems technology manufacturing using CNC and 3D printing.

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