On This Day In Space: Oct. 2, 2015: 100th liftoff for United Launch Alliance (Image Credit: Space.com)
On Oct. 2, 2015, the United Launch Alliance launched its 100th rocket!
The United Launch Alliance (ULA) is a private spaceflight company that was born in 2006 as a joint venture between Lockheed Martin and Boeing.
For its 100th mission, ULA launched a Mexican communication satellite named Morelos-3 on an Atlas V rocket.
This wasn’t just the 100th successful mission for ULA, but it was also the company’s 100th attempt to launch a rocket. ULA hereby continued its 100 percent launch success rate.
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