Installing Welders for Upgraded Centaur


New weld stations going in at our rocket factory in ULA's Decatur, Alabama, factory, for the new, even more amazing Centaur upper stage for Vulcan Centaur. These are two of six planned stations for the new Centaur welders. Using new manufacturing tech will help us make our new rocket more capable and more affordable. Also visible are the integration, assembly and check out (IACO) area and primer booth for Delta IV production.

Vulcan Centaur: Purpose-Built for National Security Space


Secure, reliable access to space is vital to our national security. ULA is unleashing the energy of American ingenuity by developing Vulcan Centaur — a rocket purpose-built to meet all of the requirements of our our nation’s national security space launch needs.

Vulcan Centaur Flight Hardware Skin Milling


ULA's next-generation Vulcan Centaur rocket is purpose built to meet all of the requirements of our nation’s space launch needs and on track to launch in 2021.

Filmed in ULA's Decatur, Alabama, factory, this time lapse video shows skin milling of an aluminum panel for a liquid oxygen tank for the Vulcan Centaur's first launch.

Developing Vulcan Centaur


An update on the development of the Vulcan Centaur rocket, which is set to launch in 2021. Recorded April 8, 2019, at the Space Symposium in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Rocket Cam: Delta IV WGS-10


Rocket's eye view of the ULA Delta IV rocket successfully launching the 10th Wideband Global SATCOM (WGS-10) mission for the U.S. Air Force on March 15, 2019.

Delta IV WGS-10 Launch Highlights


A United Launch Alliance (ULA) Delta IV rocket carrying the Air Force's WGS-10 mission lifts off from Space Launch Complex-37 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida, on March 15, 2019. ULA has been the exclusive launch provider for all ten WGS satellites.

March 15: Delta IV WGS-10 Live Broadcast


Watch live as ULA's Delta IV rocket lifts off with the 10th Wideband Global SATCOM (WGS-10) mission for the U.S. Air Force.

ULA Delta IV to launch WGS-10


ULA will launch the 10th Wideband Global SATCOM (WGS-10) on a Delta IV Medium (5,4) on Friday, March 15, 2019. The launch is scheduled for 6:56 p.m. EDT from Space Launch Complex-37 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station from Florida's Space Coast.
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WGS-10 is the fourth Block II follow-on satellite and supports communications links in the X-band and Ka-band spectra. While Block I and II satellites can instantaneously filter and downlink up to 4.410 GHz, WGS-10 can filter and downlink up to 8.088 GHz of bandwidth. Depending on the mix of ground terminals, data rates and modulation and coding schemed employed, a single WGS satellite can support data transmission rates over 6 Gbps, and WGS-10 with its advanced digital channelized may support over 11 Gbps.

WGS-10 will be with eight flight of the Delta IV Medium+ (5,4) configuration. All launches in this configuration have delivered WGS missions to orbit. This mission will also be the 39th launch of the Delta IV since its inaugural launch in 2002.

Connect the World Employee Film Festival - Runner Up “Experienced, Dedicated, Focused”


ULA challenged our employees to create videos for a “film festival” around the theme “Connect the World” at the end of 2018. Congratulations to Brian Rose, who earned a runner up spot with this video.

Connect the World Employee Film Festival - Runner Up “We Connect the World”


ULA challenged our employees to create videos for a “film festival” around the theme “Connect the World” at the end of 2018. Congratulations to Pam Zierdt, who earned a runner up spot with this video.

Connect the World Employee Film Festival - Connecting the World One Launch at a Time"


ULA challenged our employees to create videos for a “film festival” around the theme “Connect the World” at the end of 2018. Congratulations to Sanel Babic, who took first place with this video.

Go Atlas! Go Starliner! A Rocket Scientist, an Astronaut and the Atlas V Starliner.


Watch the episode where a rocket scientist (Tory Bruno, ULA CEO and President) and an astronaut (Chris Ferguson, Boeing) discuss the Atlas V Starliner, Star Wars or Star Trek, favorite moments leading to launch, their excitement for launch day and more.

Rocket Cam: Delta IV NROL-71


SCRUBBED: Dec. 19 Live Launch Broadcast: Delta IV NROL-71


Tune in LIVE to watch the United Launch Alliance Delta IV Heavy rocket lift off with the NROL-71 mission for the National Reconnaissance Office.

Delta IV Heavy NROL-71 Launch Highlights


Lift off of a ULA Delta IV Heavy carrying a critical payload for the National Reconnaissance Office, NROL-71. The Delta IV Heavy lifted off from Space Launch Complex 6 on Jan. 19, 2019 at 11:10 a.m. PST.
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