United Launch Alliance wants help naming its next rocket

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Voting began Monday for a new campaign to name the next rocket for United Launch Alliance. For the next two weeks, the public can vote for its favorite rocket name. Out of 400 submissions, it’s down to the final 3: Eagle, Freedom or GalaxyOne.

You can vote for your favorite name online here.

Voters can also text 22333 to submit a vote:
ULA1 for “Eagle”
ULA2 for “Freedom”
ULA3 for “GalaxyOne”

The results will be announced on April 13 along with the design and component of ULA’s next-generation rocket. Officials say the first flight for the new rocket is expected in 2019. ULA says the new rocket will provide more than 70 percent of the nation’s launches supporting the military, NASA and scientific exploration.

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