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On Thursday, the small satellite launcher confirmed that they would avoid their launch on New Zealand, Mahia Peninsula, a project named “Don’t Hinder Me Now,” which will be launched on March 30 at the Launch Complex 1, Rocket Lab is the latest space business to feel the effect of the global pandemic of coronaviruses.


It’s a joint project for a number of customers, including NASA and the US. Satellite systems are involved. The National Reconnaissance Office (NRO), and the University of New South Wales, Canberra Space and the Government of Australia have developed communications and software demonstration satellites. Rocket Lab claims it has “complete client assistance in pause activities,” and it will collaborate with the Government of New Zealand, health authorities and stakeholders to create a revised timetable for the project of on – the-ground launch vehicles and devices developed for the current to ‘ hold up ready-to-fly.


In its comment on the pause, Rocket Lab stated that, in consideration of the announcement made by the government in New Zealand of 23 March, its approach to COVID-19 will be raised to level 4 by Wednesday 25 March, which implies that everyone will remain effectively home, whilst all non-essential companies would be closed and activities cancelled.

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Founded in New Zealand, now head office in Los Angeles, the organization has stated that it “recommends” that this phase of intervention will be determined with a view to stopping the spread of the disease and that its staff is mainly still operating from home and a few workers are deemed to be vital to maintaining site and task protection.

Rocket Lab also states that while it has suspended the development of new launch vehicles, it has ahead of time approach to ready-to-use rockets and launch pads to meet the customers ‘ rapid response requirements.

Thus far there are a few missions that have been disrupted by COVID-19 problems – Space X, for example, flew a Starlink flight last week which would cancel a projected launch until the end of March, although the ULA seems to be on target to fly the sixth satellite on behalf of the U.S. in security.


Cape Canaveral appears to be planned to launch Unified Project Alliance Atlas 5 on 26 March. The 45th Space Wing of the US Air Force announced on 24 March that it did not expected any more launching disruptions owing to limitations placed on spaceport operations by a Coronavirus pandemic.


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