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12.06.95 - The Near Earth Asteroid Rendezvous (NEAR) spacecraft arrived at Cape Canaveral today aboard a C-5 military aircraft. It is scheduled for launch early next year aboard a McDonnell Douglas Delta II rocket from Launch Complex 17.
12.04.95 - The launch of NASA’s X-ray Timing Explorer (XTE) aboard a McDonnell Douglas Delta II rocket is scheduled for Sunday, Dec. 10 at the opening of a 90-minute minute launch window, which extends from 9:38 a.m. to 11:03 a.m. EST.
11.30.95 - To return AC-121 to flight readiness, two controllers with the proper material were identified for use in the booster and sustainer precision reference regulators.
11.27.95 - The launch of a Delta II rocket with the X-Ray Timing Explorer (XTE) is currently scheduled for Dec. 10.
11.23.95 - The launch of AC-121 with the SOHO spacecraft was scrubbed at 10:45 p.m. last night just prior to tower rollback due to the malfunction of an Atlas booster precision regulator.
09.14.95 - The launch of Delta/RADARSAT for the Canadian Space Agency has been rescheduled for no earlier than Oct. 18, 1995.
09.01.95 - A decision has been made to reschedule the launch of RADARSAT to no earlier than Oct. 4.
08.09.95 - Work to prepare the X-ray Timing Explorer for launch continues at NASA Spacecraft Hangar AO on Cape Canaveral Air Station.
05.31.95 - NASA’s X-ray Timing Explorer (XTE) to be launched aboard a Delta II rocket late this summer arrived today at the Skid Strip on Cape Canaveral Air Station aboard a C-5 military transport jet.
05.18.95 - The launch of AC-77/GOES-J has been postponed 24 hours to allow time to complete failure analysis of the Atlas stage main battery.
05.11.95 - The launch of the GOES-J weather satellite for NASA and NOAA aboard the AC-77 Atlas I rocket is scheduled for May 19 at the opening of a launch window which extends from 1:42 a.m. to 2:55 a.m. EDT.
05.05.95 - The GOES-J weather satellite to be launched later this month aboard an Atlas I rocket will reach a milestone overnight tonight when it will be moved from the Astrotech payload processing facility in Titusville, Fla., to Pad B at Launch Complex 36.
05.02.95 - The RP-1 Atlas first stage fuel for the AC-77 wet countdown dress rehearsal is being loaded aboard today.
04.12.95 - The AC-77 Centaur stage was successfully mated to the Atlas today. Atlas 1 launch vehicle arrived at Cape Canaveral Air Station by C-5 air cargo plane on April 7.
04.06.95 - Due to strategic requirements, the arrival of the Atlas 1 (Atlas Centaur) launch vehicle aboard a C-5 military aircraft has been rescheduled for Friday night with the offloading to occur on Saturday morning.
03.29.95 - The AC-77 Atlas1 (Atlas Centaur) rocket is scheduled to arrive at the Skid Strip on Cape Canaveral Air Station on Apr. 4 and be offloaded on Apr. 5.
03.20.95 - Work on GOES-J continues on schedule. The fit check with the payload adapter was successfully completed.
02.24.95 - The GOES-J spacecraft arrived at KSC on Tuesday, Feb. 21 by C-5 aircraft and was taken to Astrotech to begin processing.
02.22.95 - The GOES-J weather satellite, to be launched aboard an Atlas I rocket in May, arrived today by C-5A air cargo plane at KSC's Shuttle Landing Facility from the manufacturing plant in California.
02.14.95 - AC-77/GOES-J (May 19) The GOES-J weather satellite is scheduled to arrive by airplane at the Shuttle Landing Facility on Feb. 22.