Cape Space Force Station will launch Florida's first 3D-printed rocket on Wednesday afternoon.
Terran 1 will be launched Wednesday by Long Beach-based Relativity Space.
Terran 1's first orbital attempt is dubbed "Good Luck Have Fun."
The rocket is built with a technology known as a 3D printer, and it will be fueled by methalox,
The company calls the next-generation propellant that will be easiest to make on Mars.
It will be the first privately held venture-backed space company to orbit on its first flight.
Two liquid natural gas and liquid oxygen stages will power the rocket to space.
The 110-foot spacecraft has ten 3D-printed motors for the first stage.
Alongside one vacuum pump used in the second phase that was made out using 3D printing technology.