Relativity Space to Launch their 3D Printed Rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station

The company that prints the rocket parts using the 3D printers is ready to launch their first rocket from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. The company, Relativity Space has agreed to the contract with the ted States Air Force to operate from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station from Florida. The company said that they’ve reached to a Multiyear deal with the United States Air Force to build and operated from the Launch Complex 16 of the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.

According to the contract, it’s a multiuser site for almost five years. The Relativity space can build their new rockets using the 3D printers as they’ve desired and also launch the same. If the company succeeds and launches several missiles in the sky, the contract can be extended for up to 20 years with exclusive rights for the launch site. The Relativity Space started their operations in the year 2015. From their inception, they were in search of an excellent location to build and launch their 3D printed rockets. After the search of almost three years, the company finally have a solid launch site to develop and launch their rockets in the space.

The partnership between the United States Air Force and Relativity Space will help both of the entities to progress. With the close relationship with the government entity, the Relativity Space can get exclusive insights and also, the Air Force can use their services to launch the satellites for navigation and spying missions. The mission of the Relativity Space is exciting, as no one has ever done the launch of a space rocket that has been made entirely with the 3D printed parts. Not just the Air Force, but the company has reached an agreement with NASA’s Stennis Space Center in Mississippi for testing their flight engines before using them in finished rockets.

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