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The cruise phase will last about 43 minutes. SECO Sat, AM UTC0200. The second stage engine has turned off as planned. The Kepler, along with the second and third stages, will coast for about 43 minutes before the second stage re-ignites to boost the observatory higher.
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The solid fuel inside the third stage is burning and sending the Kepler spacecraft to an orbit that will soon reach 950 miles above Earth, or three times higher than the International Space Station.