A Delta IV Medium expendable launch vehicle will launch DSCS III B6 from Space Launch Complex 37B.
What does MELV stand for?
MELV stands for Medium Expendable Launch Vehicle (NASA)
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- Minimum Equipment Level for Training
- Mixed Excitation Linear Prediction
- Modified Eccentric Loader Terminal (Road Furniture/Crash Barriers)
- Malaysian English Language Teaching Association
- Munich English Language Teachers Association (Munich, Germany)
- Mesosphere Lower Thermosphere Explorer
- Mechanized Training Equipment Requirement Plan
- Messukylän Lukio (high school in Finland)
- Matsushita Electric (UK)
- Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States
- Modified Energetic Lotka-Volterra (mathematical model)
- Main Electronics Module
- Main Event Mafia (wrestling)
- Major Economies Meeting
- Major Emergency Management (offshore oil & gas industry)
- Manufacturing Engineering Memo (various companies)
- Manufacturing Enterprise Model
- Manufacturing Equipment Monitor
- Marine Engineering Mechanic (Royal Navy UK)
- Marine Equity Model
Samples in periodicals archive:
The DSCS III A3 satellite will be deployed by a Boeing Delta IV Medium expendable launch vehicle.
Air Force Delta programs, senior manager for Commercial Delta programs and senior manager, NASA's Medium Expendable Launch Vehicle (MELVS) program.
The current launch is the third NASA mission aboard Delta II rockets under the Medium Expendable Launch Vehicle Services contract.
Under the Medium Expendable Launch Vehicle Services (MELVS) contract, NASA has exercised an option to launch the Advanced Composition Explorer (ACE) spacecraft on a Delta rocket.
Under the Medium Expendable Launch Vehicle Services (MELVS) contract, NASA has elected to launch the Mars Global Surveyor (MGS) spacecraft from Cape Canaveral Air Station, Fla.
With our current manifest of five more satellites under the Medium Expendable Launch Vehicle Services program, we will continue to support NASA in its study and exploration of the solar system.
July 20 /PRNewswire/ -- NASA has exercised a launch vehicle option under the Medium Expendable Launch Vehicle Services (MELVS) contract for a McDonnell Douglas Delta II rocket to carry the Mars Pathfinder spacecraft into an Earth-Mars trajectory in December 1996.