The Rocket Lab-Electron missile test was launched earlier this year from the Mahia Peninsula.
Rocket Lab has made it back into space after unfavorable weather was cleared at Hawke's Bay on Sunday.
It was the second commercial flight of the New Zealand-based company and the first since its partnership with the US space agency Nasa.
The company announced that the electron rocket was launched on Sunday around 8:00 pm from their Hawke's Bay facility on the Mahia Peninsula.
The rocket carries 1
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"This is a truly significant mission for both Rocket Lab and NASA," said a corporate spokeswoman.
These types of satellites usually crash on larger launches, she said.
"This means that they tend to be delayed and may not be necessary to go to the exact lanes they want." For the team here in the Rocket Lab, this means a significant amount of time for it to be Nasa into orbit. "
There was a nine-day launch window for the mission" Educational Launch of Nanosatellites 19 "(ELaNa-19) and ended on December 21st.
Launched in 2006 by Aucklander Peter Beck, Rocket Lab developed a rocket technology to allow small satellites access to orbit.
The spokeswoman said the company hoped to expand operations in the coming year. 19659018] The control of Rocket Lab missions in Mount Wellington controlled all of their worldwide launches. “/>
The control of Rocket Lab missions in Mount Wellington controlled all of its worldwide launches.
"2019 is going to be a huge year for Rocket Lab, targeting 16 launches." We've really increased the starting cadence to allow small satellites access to space, "she said.
" We're building our second launch pad in the USA in the NASA plant. However, the Launch Complex 1 on the Mahia Peninsula will always be our high-frequency, high-volume website. "