Next Generation Launcher is a launch vehicle concept proposed by Orbital ATK as an EELV replacement program intended for national security and commercial satellites. Next Generation Launcher is similar to the defunct Ares I and Liberty projects, both of which consisted of a five segment Space Shuttle Solid Rocket Booster (SRB) and a cryogenic second stage. Ares I would have combined a five-segment SRB with a J-2X powered second stage, while Liberty would have combine a five-segment SRB with the core stage of the European Ariane 5 as a second stage. By comparison, Next Generational Launcher consists of Space Shuttle-derived solid stages with a cyrogenic upper stage provide by Blue Origin. It is intended to be launched from Kennedy Space Center LC-39B or Vandenberg Air Force Base SLC-2.

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  • Next Generation Launcher (NGL) is de werknaam waaronder Orbital ATK een EELV-klasse drietrapsraket ontwikkelt die vanaf 2019 operationeel zou moeten zijn. (nl)
  • Next Generation Launcher is a launch vehicle concept proposed by Orbital ATK as an EELV replacement program intended for national security and commercial satellites. Next Generation Launcher is similar to the defunct Ares I and Liberty projects, both of which consisted of a five segment Space Shuttle Solid Rocket Booster (SRB) and a cryogenic second stage. Ares I would have combined a five-segment SRB with a J-2X powered second stage, while Liberty would have combine a five-segment SRB with the core stage of the European Ariane 5 as a second stage. By comparison, Next Generational Launcher consists of Space Shuttle-derived solid stages with a cyrogenic upper stage provide by Blue Origin. It is intended to be launched from Kennedy Space Center LC-39B or Vandenberg Air Force Base SLC-2. Next Generation Launcher is proposed as a vehicle to launch national security satellites for the United States Air Force, and could potentially launch other government and commercial payloads, including to Geostationary transfer orbit. (en)
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  • Artist's rendering of Liberty rocket, on which NGL is based
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  • Preceded by Liberty
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  • Next Generation Launcher (NGL) is de werknaam waaronder Orbital ATK een EELV-klasse drietrapsraket ontwikkelt die vanaf 2019 operationeel zou moeten zijn. (nl)
  • Next Generation Launcher is a launch vehicle concept proposed by Orbital ATK as an EELV replacement program intended for national security and commercial satellites. Next Generation Launcher is similar to the defunct Ares I and Liberty projects, both of which consisted of a five segment Space Shuttle Solid Rocket Booster (SRB) and a cryogenic second stage. Ares I would have combined a five-segment SRB with a J-2X powered second stage, while Liberty would have combine a five-segment SRB with the core stage of the European Ariane 5 as a second stage. By comparison, Next Generational Launcher consists of Space Shuttle-derived solid stages with a cyrogenic upper stage provide by Blue Origin. It is intended to be launched from Kennedy Space Center LC-39B or Vandenberg Air Force Base SLC-2. (en)
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  • Next Generation Launcher (nl)
  • Next Generation Launcher (en)
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