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Good Luck, Have Fun (GLHF)

Good Luck, Have Fun [Relativity Space]

Good Luck, Have Fun is a vehicle evaluation payload for the maiden flight of the Terran-1 (Block 1) rocket.

The flight carries no real payload, only the instrumented upper stage is to be put into orbit. It features an ~1500 kg 3D-printed ballast block and a non-deployable nosecone.

The maiden flight of Terran-1 took place on 23 March 2023, but failed to reach orbit due to an 2nd stage engine issue.

Nation: USA
Type / Application: Vehicle evaluation
Operator: Relativity Space
Contractors: Relativity Space
Equipment: None
Configuration: Instrumented upper stage with nose cone
Propulsion: None in orbit
Power: Batteries
Satellite COSPAR Date LS Launch Vehicle Remarks
Good Luck, Have Fun (GLHF) 2023-F05 23.03.2023 CC SLC-16 Terran-1 (Block 1)

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