Or advanced orders on the curry...wheelchairwarrier said:you are missing one slight detail here,
"It will fly atop an Ariane 5-ECA launcher that is scheduled to leave Earth at 1925 local time (2225 GMT)."
pardon me for mentioning that Ariane does not have a 100% rate of leaving Earth,
Hope it gets in orbit, no doubt due to cost cutting troops will be getting The Curry Channel instead of orders to advance
If it had problems BEFORE it took off imaging what it would have once it has! Anyone remember reading about a join mission with the US where something was supposed to orbit Mars and instead it crashed flat into it? No one took into account that the US use feet/inches and we use meters/centimeters.Sunday's lift-off came 24 hours after a first attempt was thwarted by a technical glitch in ground equipment.