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The purpose of the 46.015 mission was to provide risk mitigation for rocket propelled ejectable chemical ampule systems that will be employed on future science missions. The mission goals are to demonstrate repeatable success of the ignition trains of both the ampoule rocket motors and the ampoule deflagration.

Drawing of a Terrier-Black Brant sounding rocket

The Terrier-Improved Malemute is a two stage sounding rocket with a Terrier first stage and Improved Malemute second stage. This vehicle can reach altitudes of about 600 km. Payloads weighing from 400 to 1200 pounds can be flown.

Additional sounding rocket vehicles


Google Earth map showing Wallops Flight Facility

The Hall mission was launch from NASA Wallops Flight Facility on June 29, 2017.