Orbital was previously awarded long-term launch services contracts under the space agency's Small Expendable Launch Vehicle Service program in both 1991 and 1998, under its Ultra-Lite Launch Vehicle Program in 1994 and under its Hyper-X hypersonic research program in 1996.
What does SELV stand for?
SELV stands for Small Expendable Launch Vehicle (NASA program)
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- Saskatchewan Educational Leadership Unit (Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada)
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- Evangelical Seminary of Madrid
- Saccadic Eye Movement
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- Sample Exchange Mechanism (US NASA)
- Samuel Eliot Morison (historian)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Orbital has now been awarded four of the 16 potential missions that may be awarded by NASA's Kennedy Space Center under the Small Expendable Launch Vehicle Services (SELVS) contract, which is valued at up to $400 million.
Converting these missiles into small expendable launch vehicles and demonstrating their cost-effectiveness will require entrepreneurial skills and technical ingenuity.
The GALEX spacecraft is scheduled to be launched in 2001 aboard a Small Expendable Launch Vehicle II (SELVS II) class rocket, which includes Orbital's Pegasus rocket, into a targeted 690 km.
July 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Orbital Sciences Corporation (Nasdaq: ORBI) today announced that the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has exercised a Pegasus launch option under its Small Expendable Launch Vehicle Services (SELVS) contract.
based company, will use the 1620 version of its fleet of small expendable launch vehicles to lift the Commercial Experiment Transporter (COMET) into orbit from Wallops Island, Va.
The two-stage, pencil shaped Starfire 1 is one of a fleet of small expendable launch vehicles that EER provides to the commercial launch industry.