Ares 1-X Launched

Liftoff! The Ares I-X Flight Test Begins

"Rising into the Florida sky, the 327-foot rocket thunders away from the launch pad, marking the first time a new vehicle has launched from the complex since the first space shuttle launch in 1981."

NASA Blog: Explaining The 4 Hour Launch Window for Ares 1-X

"One question that comes up a lot is why Ares I-X has a four-hour launch window. After all, unlike the Space Shuttle, it doesn't have to rendezvous with the Space Station, so what's the challenge? Actually, there are several."

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