'It's Business Time is 'business time' in more ways than you can imagine. '
U.S. and New Zealand spaceflight company Rocket Lab completed its first commercial launch called "It's Business Time," sending seven payloads to orbit.
By Jackie Wattles, CNN Business
After months of delays, the startup space company sends an Electron rocket carrying six satellites into orbit from New Zealand.
Aerospace company Rocket Lab launched it's first commercial mission Sunday from New Zealand. The company's electron rocket launched for a low Earth orbit, carrying a drag sail demonstrator and six ...
A historic day for Rocket Lab - launching its first fully loaded commercial rocket in space. Six satellites are now orbiting Earth for paying customers, a
U.S.-based aerospace manufacturer Rocket Lab completed its first successful commercial launch on Saturday, sending seven spacecraft including “six tiny satellites and a drag sail demonstrator” into orbit aboard a relatively small Electron rocket designed primarily for smallsats and cubesats, Spaceflight Now reported.
I know what you're trying to say—you're trying to say it's time for business.
Rocket Lab successfully launched 'It's Business Time' at 16:50 NZDT (03:50 UTC), Sunday 11th November.
The rocket blasted off at 4.50pm, soon after a new launch window period opened.
Rocket Lab, a California-based startup, carried out a launch from New Zealand over the weekend that it said put three small satellites in orbit.