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Reddit AMA right NOW: NASA Launch Director re: imminent satelite launch

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Hum, Pegasus.

Looks like there were lots of flights from 1990-2008 or so, then 2012, 2013, 2016.  I had almost thought it was a dead platform (well, completely absorbed by the minotaur and other rockets where it became an upper stage).  I'm guessing if you only want .4 tons it is the way to go (funny that they are launching from Florida.  Obviously pegasus wasn't chosen for the inclination advantages, but that's where the hurricanes are so launch in Florida).

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