ロケットラボ（Rocket Lab）エレクトロンロケット（Electron Rocket）打ち上げ。
ミッションネーム「Make It Rain」。
Flight 7 ready to go to orbit next week after successful wet dress. The team is on form! pic.twitter.com/C8thmgalHt
— Peter Beck (@Peter_J_Beck) 2019年6月21日
We're at L-1 day until the launch window opens for the #MakeItRain mission for @SpaceflightInc! The launch window opens at tomorrow, 27 June at 04:30 UTC for lift-off from Rocket Lab Launch Complex 1. A live webcast will be available about 20 minutes before target lift-off. pic.twitter.com/ETVP1kW2ET
— Rocket Lab (@RocketLab) 2019年6月25日
Make It Rain Launch – 06/29/2019 Rocket Lab
Lift-off of the Make It Rain mission for Spaceflight occurred at 04:30 UTC on June 29 2019 from Rocket Lab Launch Complex 1 on New Zealand's Mahia Peninsula.
The Launch Readiness Review is complete and we are GO for tomorrow’s #MakeItRain mission! The window opens 04:30 UTC, 27 June. Let’s take Electron to orbit again. 🚀
— Rocket Lab (@RocketLab) 2019年6月26日
— Spaceflight (@SpaceflightInc) 2019年6月19日
— BlackSky (@BlackSky_Inc) 2019年6月26日
Standing down for the day while the team conducts additional checks on ground equipment. Vehicle, payloads, and pad are healthy. Next available launch opportunity is tomorrow, 04:30 UTC (16:30 NZST), 28 June.
— Rocket Lab (@RocketLab) 2019年6月27日
Mission Name：Make It Rain
Electron Name：Make It Rain
Targeting no earlier than 28 June UTC. The window remains open until 10 July.
Launch Time：Target lift-off no earlier than 04:30 UTC (16:30 NZST)
Launch Site：Launch Complex 1
The Make It Rain mission will launch multiple spacecraft as part of a rideshare flight procured by Spaceflight. The launch will take place from Rocket Lab Launch Complex 1 on New Zealand’s Māhia Peninsula.
The mission is named ‘Make it Rain’ in a nod to the high volume of rainfall in Seattle, where Spaceflight is headquartered, as well in New Zealand where Launch Complex 1 is located. Among the payloads on the mission for Spaceflight are BlackSky’s Global-3 satellite and Melbourne Space Program’s ACRUX-1 CubeSat.