Leidos-2

Leidos-2

Electron JUL TBD 2024
Leidos designs, develops, implements, operates, maintains, and sustains mission control and training systems in support of Human Space Flight (HSF).
Last updated: May 10, 2024

Launch Information

Launch Information

Launch Vehicle Details

Mission NameLeidos-2
Launch SitePad 0C (Rocket Lab LC-2), Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport (Wallops Island) Virginia, United States
Launch VehicleElectron
AgencyRocket Lab
Launch DateJUL TBD 2024

In order to support Human Space Flight (HSF), Leidos designs, develops, deploys, runs, maintains, and sustains mission control and training systems. Our backend work allows uninterrupted operations, role-based security authentication, and NASA standard infrastructure. We also create, support, and manage large-scale satellite command and control systems, drawing on our expertise in telemetry and ground command and control disciplines. Over two million lines of code have been produced by our most recent system to support the International Space Station and all visiting vehicles.

Launch Vehicle - Electron

Payload To LEOOriginal: 225 Kg (496 lb) Updated: 300 Kg (660 lb)
Payload To SSOOriginal: 150 Kg (330 lb) Updated: 200 Kg (440 lb)
PropellantRP-1/LOX
Payload Capacity150–225 Kg (331–496 lb)
Height18 m (59 ft)
Diameter1.2 m (3 ft 11 in)
Mass12.5 t (28000 lb)
Stages2–3