Press Release: New Launch Delay For Arianespace Flight VS14 of 24 hrs – Soyuz – Sentinel-1B – Microscope – Fly Your Satellite!
April 23, 2016
The latest meteorological observations indicate a “red” weather conditions for the time of liftoff, initially set for Saturday, April 23, 2016, therefore Arianespace has decided not to undertake final fueling operations with the launcher.
The launch vehicle and its payloads have been placed in stand-by mode, and maintained in fully safe conditions.
The new launch date is now set for Sunday, April 24, 2016, at the precise moment of:
- 06:02:13 p.m., (Local time in French Guiana)
- 05:02:13 p.m., (in Washington, D.C.)
- 09:02:13 p.m., (UTC)
- 11:02:13 p.m., (in Paris)
- 00:02:13 a.m., (in Moscow) on April 25.
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