Rocket Lab will be launching another commercial rocket launch of Mahia within two weeks – and then bring the NASA mini-satellites into orbit by Christmas.
The US-based company confirmed a nine-day launch window for the upcoming & # 39; It & # 39; s business The Time & # 39; mission would start on November 11 with daily launch opportunities between 4pm and 8pm.
A launch vehicle from Electron was now in Launch Complex 1
While preparing for the launch of It's Business Time, Rocket Lab has scaled its team and facilities to enable concurrent operations for the upcoming NASA mission, due to start in December 2018.
The Electron The Nasa Elana XIX payload vehicle will be finalized during its launch for Business Time in the coming weeks, prior to delivery to Launch Complex 1.
Rocket Lab also rec In the Launch Complex 1, two new cleanroom facilities have been completed to enable payloads for different missions to be integrated simultaneously into separate, secure locations.
Each 100,000-class cleanroom is equipped with lifting and bridging tools and safety, and special lounges for customers who are looking to integrate the payload.
"This year, we've scaled our team, facilities and processes so that reliable, high-frequency electron systems can launch into orbit," said Rocket Lab founder and chief executive Peter Beck.  "The ability to build and test multiple vehicles while launching simultaneously positions Rocket Lab as an industry leader that provides access to small satellites in space."
Rocket Lab has already made two attempts to launch the company's "business" business Rocket Lab's launch site on the Mahia Peninsula earlier this year due to a combination of technical and weather related issues.