A second massive, blimp-like balloon called an aerostat, part of the military’s air defense network over the Eastern Seaboard, is scheduled to be placed in service Wednesday in the skies over Harford and Baltimore counties.
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Kelly Luster, a spokesman for Aberdeen Proving Ground, from where the aerostat will be launched, said a test flight was conducted Tuesday. The final launch planned for Wednesday could be rescheduled if there is inclement weather, he said.