Good weather for Relativity Space’s first launch in Florida

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Weather conditions are likely to be excellent for the launch of a new rocket from the Cape Canaveral Space Force Station this week, military department forecasters said over the weekend.

If conditions hold, Relativity Space’s Terran 1 rocket, the first developed using mainly 3D printing techniques, will face 90% “go” conditions for liftoff from Cape’s Launch Complex 16. The mission called “Good Luck, Have Fun” or “GLHF,” is set to depart during a three-hour period that opens at 1:00 PM EST Wednesday March 8th.

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