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15: Space X has delayed the launch of the Zuma mission 24 hours to Thursday, Nov. 11) at Florida's Kennedy Space Center (KSC), to help pave the way for the planned Wednesday liftoff of a payload known as Zuma. But we don't know much beyond that; it's unclear exactly what Zuma is, or what it will be doing. "The Zuma payload is a restricted payload," Lon Rains, communications director of Northrop Grumman's space systems division, told via email.
Original story: Space X is getting ready to launch a secret satellite to orbit Wednesday night (Nov. The spaceflight company test-fired one of its Falcon 9 rockets Saturday (Nov. government, in a launch procured by aerospace and defense company Northrop Grumman.
Full Story: Space X Delays Launch of Secret Zuma Mission to Thursday | Read our original mission preview below.
Rains did add, however, that Zuma is headed for low Earth orbit (LEO), which extends to about 1,240 miles (2,000 kilometers) above the planet.
LEO's most famous resident is the International Space Station, which usually zooms around Earth at an altitude of about 250 miles (400 km), completing one lap every 90 minutes or so. If all goes according to plan, less than 10 minutes after liftoff, the two-stage Falcon 9's first stage will come back to Earth for a vertical touchdown at Landing Zone 1, a Space X facility at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, which is next door to KSC.