NASA's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) is scheduled to launch today after working out some trouble related to a vernier engine. I'm excited to be heading into Vandenberg Air Force Base VAFB to sit on console for launch (even though it's currently 12:45 AM PST)!
Image Credit: NASA
Above are some pictures of the WISE mission. On the left is Space Launch Complex 2 (SLC-2) where the Delta II 7320 carrying WISE is waiting to launch. The picture on the right is the WISE spacecraft configured on top of the Delta II. A portion of the fairing has been installed in this picture, which will protect the spacecraft through launch until it reaches orbit.
OK, I've got to go! GO WISE!