Rocket Lab has named this mission "It's Business Time." The rocket's first two test flights were dubbed "It's a Test" and "Still Testing." Four satellites and a technology demonstration for cleaning up space junk are aboard the Electron rocket.
"Rocket Lab will open a 14 day launch window for It's Business Time from 23 June - 6 July 2018 NZST. Launch attempts will take place within this during a daily four hour window beginning at 12:30pm NZST, or 00:30 UTC.
"Rocket Lab's Electron launch vehicle will loft four satellites and a technology demonstrator to Low Earth Orbit. The payloads will be launched to a 500km x 250km elliptical orbit at 85 degrees, before being circularized using Rocket Lab’s Curie engine powered kick stage. It's Business Time is manifested with commercial satellites from Spire Global and Tyvak Nano-Satellite Systems, as well as a educational payload from the Irvine CubeSat STEM Program (ICSP) and a drag sail technology demonstrator designed and built by High Performance Space Structure Systems GmBH (HPS GmbH). Ecliptic Enterprises Corporation, assisted with the pairing of NABEO with Electron as a candidate hosted technology demonstrator."