Launch at Whalers Way set after postponement

ROCKET: Southern Launch will aim to launch one of tiSPACE's 10m tall Hapith One rockets at Whalers Way on Wednesday. Photo courtesy of Southen Launch
ROCKET: Southern Launch will aim to launch one of tiSPACE's 10m tall Hapith One rockets at Whalers Way on Wednesday. Photo courtesy of Southen Launch

Another attempt at a rocket launch is set to happen at Whalers Way on Wednesday following a postponement late last week due to weather.

The Australian Space Agency has sent out an alert stating a launch is set to take place at Whalers Way on September 15 between 6am and 6pm, subject to factors including weather.

This comes after the planned test launch from temporary infrastructure in place at Whalers Way on Friday was postponed due to weather conditions.

Image of the area where water traffic restrictions are in place. Image courtesy of Southern Launch

Image of the area where water traffic restrictions are in place. Image courtesy of Southern Launch

Another launch alert was issued by the agency at the weekend informing of a launch on Monday, however this too was postponed.

Southern Launch will attempt to launch a 10m tall Hapith One rocket made by Taiwanese company tiSPACE.

Water traffic restrictions will be in place for the area south of Whalers Way.