Rocket Lab Running Out Of Toes Launch
Rocket Lab | Building a Path To The Moon
Rocket Lab is excited to be launching CAPSTONE this year for @NASA in support of #Artemis.
Electron and Photon will deploy this pathfinding satellite to a never-before-used cislunar orbit near the Moon
Rocket Lab - They Go Up So Fast Launch 03/22/2021
Lift-off of the 'They Go Up So Fast' rideshare mission 22:30 UTC on March 22 2021 from Rocket Lab Launch Complex 1.
Introducing Neutron - Rocket Lab’s 8-ton class rocket.
Rocket Lab - Another One Leaves The Crust Launch 01/20/2021
Lift-off of the 'Another One Leaves The Crust' mission for OHB Group occurred at 07:26 UTC on January 20 2021 from Pad A at Rocket Lab Launch Complex 1 on New Zealand's Mahia Peninsula.
2020 | A Year In Review
Satellites, Launches and Reusability are among the many things Rocket Lab has achieved in 2020. If you want to achieve great things with us, check out our career opportunities at www.rocketlabusa.com/careers See you in 2021!
Rocket Lab - The Owl's Night Begins Launch 12/15/2020
Lift-off of 'The Owl's Night Begins' mission for Synspective occurred at 10:09 UTC on December 15 2020 from Rocket Lab's LC-1A on New Zealand's Mahia Peninsula.
Return to Sender Splashdown
Watch the moment of splashdown during the Return to Sender mission, Rocket Lab's first Electron recovery mission.
Electron Stage Separation
First and second stage separation of Rocket Lab's Electron launch vehicle during the Return to Sender mission on November 20th, 2020.
Rocket Lab - Return To Sender Launch 11/20/2020
Lift-off of the 'Return To Sender' rideshare mission occurred at 02:20 UTC on November 11 2020 from Rocket Lab Launch Complex 1 Pad A on New Zealand's Mahia Peninsula.
The Future Of Resilient Space
Two launch complexes housing three launch pads, across two countries.
This is how Rocket Lab makes truly responsive access to space a reality.
Road To Reusability
Rocket Lab will attempt to recover the first stage of its Electron rocket during its next mission, the ‘Return to Sender’ launch, scheduled for lift-off in mid-November. The test will see Rocket Lab attempt to bring Electron’s first stage back to Earth under a parachute system for a controlled water landing before collection by a recovery vessel. The mission will be the first time Rocket Lab has attempted to recover a stage after launch and is a major milestone in Rocket Lab’s pursuit to make Electron a reusable rocket to support an increased launch cadence for small satellite missions.
Rocket Lab - In Focus Launch 10/28/2020
Lift-off of the 'In Focus' mission for Planet and Canon occurred at 21:21 UTC on October 28 2020 from Rocket Lab Launch Complex 1 Pad A on New Zealand's Mahia Peninsula.
Introducing First Light: Rocket Lab's first Photon satellite in orbit
Space systems company Rocket Lab has launched its first in-house designed and built operational satellite, cementing the company’s evolution from a launch provider to an end-to-end space solutions company that offers turnkey satellites and spacecraft components, launch, and on-orbit operations.
Rocket Lab - I Can't Believe It's Not Optical Launch 08/31/2020
Lift-off of the 'I Can't Believe It's Not Optical' mission occurred at 03:05 UTC on August 31 2020 from Rocket Lab Launch Complex 1 Pad A on New Zealand's Mahia Peninsula.
Rocket Lab SmallSat Update and Q&A
Tune in to a live webcast with Rocket Lab’s CEO and founder Peter Beck to hear an update on Rocket Lab’s launch activity, reusability, and satellite programs. Plus, live Q&A with viewers.
Rocket Lab - Pics Or It Didn't Happen Launch 07/04/2020
Lift-off of the 'Pics Or It Didn't Happen' mission occurred at 21:19 UTC on July 04 2020 from Rocket Lab Launch Complex 1 Pad A on New Zealand's Mahia Peninsula. Following a successful lift-off, first stage burn, and stage separation, Rocket Lab experienced an anomaly during its 13th Electron mission ‘Pics Or It Didn’t Happen.’ The issue occurred approximately four minutes into the flight on July 4, 2020 and resulted in the safe loss of the vehicle. As a result, the payloads onboard Electron were not deployed to orbit. Electron remained within the predicted launch corridors and caused no harm to personnel or the launch site.
Rocket Lab - Don't Stop Me Now Launch 06/13/2020
Lift-off of the 'Don't Stop Me Now mission occurred at 05:12 UTC on June 13 2020 from Rocket Lab Launch Complex 1 on New Zealand's Mahia Peninsula.
Rocket Lab - Don't Stop Me Now Launch Attempt