Relativity Space conducted the first flight of its Terran 1 rocket Wednesday. The Good Luck, Have Fun (GLHF) mission lifted off at 11:25 PM EDT (03:25 UTC on Thursday) from Launch Complex 16 (LC-16) at the Cape Canaveral Space Force Station. While the mission failed early into second stage flight, Relativity successfully flew through max-q per the main objective.
A first launch attempt on March 8 was scrubbed due to out-of-bounds propellant thermal conditions on the upper stage. During the second day of attempts on March 11, the countdown was aborted twice, first due to a stage separation automation issue at T- 0.5 seconds, then again due to low stage two fuel pressure.