Universe Today: Weather a concern for second OTV launch
(bold mine) I assume they mean March 4. Pretty pictures. From Twitter:In preparation for the launch of the second of the U.S. Air Force’s Orbital Test Vehicles (OTV), the Air Force has released images of the OTV being encapsulated within the fairing that goes on top of the Atlas V AV-026 launch vehicle. Currently, the launch is scheduled to take place on Friday, March 5. The launch window is between 3:39 p.m. EDT and 5:39 p.m. EDT.
Nothing yet on exact launch time. From Spaceflight Now:Atlas V OTV-2 is 2 days from launch and still on track for March 4. The exact launch time will be announced at 8 a.m. EST launch day.
01101001's link farm from post #1:1435 GMT (9:35 a.m. EST)
The latest launch weather forecast still gives only a 30 percent chance of acceptable conditions this afternoon due to gusty winds and violation of the cumulus clouds.
Spaceflight Now Mission Status Center (With live stream)
NASA Marshall Spaceflight Center: X-37 News (currently, very old news)
NASA Launch Schedule
National Weather Service, Southeast Sector, Base Reflectivity
National Weather Service, Melbourne Florida, Hourly Weather Forecast Graph
Wikipedia: Boeing X-37
Wikipedia: USA-212 (first X-37B mission)
Space.com: Air Force's Secretive Space Plane Nears Maiden Voyage
BAUT Forum topic Look familar? (some recent discussion)
United Launch Alliance (ULA) (information, image gallery, webcast)
United Launch Alliance: Webcast