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Falcon 9 | Transporter-5 | 25.05.2022
« dnia: Maj 15, 2022, 17:12 »
Numer misji   #164   
Data   25 maja 2022, 20:25 czasu polskiego
Okno startowe   natychmiastowe
Miejsce startu   CCSFS SLC-40
Miejsce lądowania   Landing Zone 1
Rakieta   Falcon 9 Block 5
Booster   1061.8
Ładunek   kilkadziesiąt małych satelitów
Docelowa orbita   SSO (polarna, LEO)
Klient   Spaceflight, Exolaunch, Momentus, SEOPS, inni

Piąta dedykowana misja prowadzonego przez SpaceX programu wynoszenia na orbitę małych satelitów, SmallSat Rideshare. Na orbitę heliosynchronizną wyniesione zostanie kilkadziesiąt mikrosatelitów oraz cubesatów. Część satelitów jest zakontraktowana przez pośredników – firmy Spaceflight, Exolaunch, Momentus oraz SEOPS, część natomiast bezpośrednio przez SpaceX.

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Odp: Falcon 9 | Transporter-5 | 25.05.2022
« Odpowiedź #1 dnia: Maj 25, 2022, 16:25 »
     Przedstartowe dane orbitalne dla poszczególnych satelitów z CelesTrak.

Cytat: CelesTrak
Derived from individual Pre-Launch Transporter-5 state vectors for each object in the initial deployment, provided by SpaceX.
Launch: 2022-05-25T18:26:59.990 UTC.
Deployments: 2022-05-25T19:26:00.510 UTC to 19:42:22.810 UTC.
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Dane, jakie podał SpaceX są dla 39 małych satelitów z Transportera-5: LINK do pliku txt:

https://celestrak.com/NORAD/elements/supplemental/transporter-5.txt

Link ten można dodać w Stellarium (wtyczki->satelity->źródła), żeby zobaczyć wizualizację przelotu tych małych satelitów z naszej prywatnej miejscówki (obiekty raczej za małe do obserwacji w realu, choć zdarzało mi się utrwalić na foto flary od małych cubesatów: LINK, czy utrwalić na filmie flary od śmieci typu Falcon 9 DEB (pałąk spinający satelity Starlink w głowicy drugiego stopnia Falcona 9: LINK).

     Nad Polską uwolnione mikrusy będą przelatywały pierwszy raz 26-05-2022 o 00:50:33 CEST. Kawalkadę prowadzić będzie: NASA CUBESAT PROXOPS (Norad tymczasowy: 70314). Niżej zrzut z wizualizacji on-line na CelesTrak.
     Na drugim załączniku tak wyglądałby ten wysoki przelot maluchów (z południa na północ) u mnie z Lublina (potencjalnie i hipotetycznie  ;) ) w FOV ok. 100°. Górowanie w okolicach głowy Smoka.
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Odp: Falcon 9 | Transporter-5 | 25.05.2022
« Odpowiedź #2 dnia: Maj 25, 2022, 17:33 »
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Odp: Falcon 9 | Transporter-5 | 25.05.2022
« Odpowiedź #3 dnia: Maj 25, 2022, 20:15 »
Chyba jest opóźnienie. Jedno źródło podaje 10 minut, drugie godzinę.

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Odp: Falcon 9 | Transporter-5 | 25.05.2022
« Odpowiedź #4 dnia: Maj 25, 2022, 20:19 »
T-0 o 20:35 CEST

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Odp: Falcon 9 | Transporter-5 | 25.05.2022
« Odpowiedź #5 dnia: Maj 25, 2022, 20:36 »
Wystartował!

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Odp: Falcon 9 | Transporter-5 | 25.05.2022
« Odpowiedź #6 dnia: Maj 25, 2022, 20:45 »
Wystartował. Wrócił. Wylądował  8)
Podbój kosmosu jest zbyt poważną sprawą by zostawić go w rękach państwowych agencji.

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Odp: Falcon 9 | Transporter-5 | 25.05.2022
« Odpowiedź #7 dnia: Maj 25, 2022, 20:47 »
Transmisja się nie skończyła, czyli pokażą uwolnienie maluchów?
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Odp: Falcon 9 | Transporter-5 | 25.05.2022
« Odpowiedź #8 dnia: Maj 25, 2022, 20:53 »
100. start boostera Block 5
(100 razy w F9 [pomijając In-Flight Abort Test), w tym jeden w podwójnej konfiguracji. Poza tym 5 boosterów w konfiguracji FH tylko wystartowało). Czyli 106 razy boostery we wszystkich przypadkach w sumie startowały.
Owiewki odzyskane.


Masowy start SpaceX
  25.05. o 18:35:00 z Cape Canaveral wystrzelona została RN Falcon-9R. Wyniosła ona na orbitę w misji Transporter-5
satelity:
AMS,
BroncoSat 1,
CENTAURI-5,
CICERO-2 VEH 1, CICERO-2 VEH 2,
CNCE V4, CNCE V5,
CONNECTA T1.1,
FORESAIL-1,
GHGSat-C3 (Luca), GHGSat-C4 (Penny), GHGSat-C5 (Diako),
ICEYE X17, ICEYE X18, ICEYE X19, ICEYE X20, ICEYE X21,
ION SVC-006 THRILLING THO,
LEMUR 2 HANCOM-1, LEMUR 2 KAREN B, LEMUR 2 MIMI1307, LEMUR 2 TENNYSONLILY, LEMUR 2 VANDENDRIES,
ÑuSat 28, ÑuSat 29, ÑuSat 30, ÑuSat 31,
Planetum-1,
SharedSat 2141,
Sherpa-AC1
 [Hawk 5A, Hawk 5B, Hawk 5C],
Spark-2,
SPIN-1,
STAR VIBE,
VariSat-1C,
Vigoride VR-3
[dwa dyspensery FOSSA PocketPOD
 (FOSSASat-2E7, FOSSASat-2E8, FOSSASat-2E9, FOSSASat-2E10, FOSSASat-2E11, FOSSASat-2E12, FOSSASat-2E13,
 Veery FS-1),
SELFIESAT],
Umbra 03,
Urdaneta-Armsat1,
ELaNa 47: ProXopS i PTD 3.
Pierwszy stopień RN (B1061.8 ) wylądował na LZ-1.
http://lk.astronautilus.pl/n220516.htm#05





SpaceX Transporter-5 launch and Falcon 9 first stage landing


Watch SpaceX deploy Transporter-5 rideshare satellites in space


https://twitter.com/TrevorMahlmann/status/1529536092260773893

https://twitter.com/cbs_spacenews/status/1529516880276357120
https://twitter.com/cbs_spacenews/status/1529533799305994240

LAUNCH TIMELINE:

T+00:00: Liftoff
T+01:12: Maximum aerodynamic pressure (Max-Q)
T+02:16: First stage main engine cutoff (MECO)
T+02:19: Stage separation
T+02:27: Second stage engine ignition
T+02:32: First stage boost-back burn ignition (three engines)
T+03:19: First stage boost-back burn ends
T+03:47: Fairing jettison
T+06:43: First stage entry burn ignition (three engines)
T+07:08: First stage entry burn ends
T+08:00: First stage landing burn ignition (one engine)
T+08:25: Second stage engine cutoff (SECO 1)
T+08:33: First stage landing
T+08:35: Nanoracks Outpost Mars Demo-1 experiment initiation
T+55:27: Second stage engine restart
T+55:59: Second stage engine cutoff (SECO 2)
T+59:00: GeoOptics CICERO 2 Vehicle 2 separation
T+59:09: SharedSat_2141 separation
T+59:17: Spire’s Lemur-2 Karen_B separation
T+59:18: NASA Pathfinder Technology Demonstrator 3 separation
T+59:37: Urdaneta separation
T+59:46: GeoOptics CICERO 2 Vehicle 1 separation
T+59:56: Spire’s Lemur 2 Vandendries separation
T+1:00:05: Omnispace Spark-2 separation
T+1:00:24: Spire’s Lemur 2 Tennysonlily separation
T+1:00:47: GHGSat-C4 Penny separation
T+1:01:00: Planetum 1 and SPiN 1 separation
T+1:01:09: Spire’s Lemur 2 Hancom-1 separation
T+1:01:21: GHGSat-C3 Luca separation
T+1:01:38: NASA CubeSat Proximity Operations Demonstration separation
T+1:01:50: Connecta T1.1 separation
T+1:01:59: Spire’s Lemur 2 Mimi1307 separation
T+1:02:13: GHGSat-C5 Diako separation
T+1:03:18: Foresail-1 separation
T+1:03:49: Fleet Space Centauri-5 separation
T+1:04:04: MDA’s CNCE V4 and CNCE V5 separation
T+1:04:20: Satellogic’s Newsat 28 separation
T+1:04:42: Spaceflight’s Sherpa-AC1 transfer vehicle separation
T+1:05:28: Varisat-1C separation
T+1:05:43: AMS separation
T+1:06:07: BroncoSat-1 separation
T+1:06:35: Satellogic’s Newsat 29 separation
T+1:08:19: Satellogic’s Newsat 30 separation
T+1:08:40: First ICEYE satellite separation
T+1:09:00: Satellogic’s Newsat 31 separation
T+1:09:22: D-Orbit’s ION SCV 006 transfer vehicle separation
T+1:09:44: Umbra separation
T+1:10:05: HawkEye 360’s Hawk-5B separation
T+1:10:26: HawkEye 360’s Hawk-5C separation
T+1:10:48: HawkEye 360’s Hawk-5A separation
T+1:11:17: Momentus’ Vigoride transfer vehicle separation
T+1:11:56: Second ICEYE satellite separation
T+1:12:29: Third ICEYE satellite separation
T+1:12:51: Fourth ICEYE satellite separation
T+1:15:22: Fifth ICEYE satellite separation

MISSION STATS:

156th launch of a Falcon 9 rocket since 2010
164th launch of Falcon rocket family since 2006
8th launch of Falcon 9 booster B1061
136th Falcon 9 launch from Florida’s Space Coast
87th Falcon 9 launch from pad 40
142nd launch overall from pad 40
98th flight of a reused Falcon 9 booster
5th Transporter rideshare mission launched by SpaceX
22nd Falcon 9 launch of 2022
22nd launch by SpaceX in 2022
22nd orbital launch based out of Cape Canaveral in 2022
https://spaceflightnow.com/2022/05/25/falcon-9-transporter-5-live-coverage/

https://twitter.com/JerryPikePhoto/status/1530293647878545411

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On board this flight were 59 spacecraft, including including CubeSats, microsats, non-deploying hosted payloads, and orbital transfer vehicles.
https://www.spacex.com/launches/transporter-5/

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The dedicated ride-share mission successfully carried "fifty-nine" deployable, Tugs and passive payloads/test beds in orbit. (...)
The Transporter-5 manifests thirty-nine primary loads (59 Overall) from different nations including the United States, Canada, Germany, Italy, Spain, Australia, Bulgaria, Brazil, Czech Republic, Turkey, Finland, Argentina and Norway.
https://www.spaceintel101.com/post/spacex-launched-transporter5-mission

SBUDNIC https://engineering.brown.edu/news/2022-05-16/sbudnic-satellite-launch

SELFIESAT
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SelfieSat-1 is the first operational student satellite from Norway, built entirely in-house from off the shelf parts. Its bus contains a Raspberry Pi which serves as the payload computer for the satellite. The 1.8 kg satellite will, once deployed, extend a “selfie stick” which has a Raspberry Pi camera mounted on the end. Pointed back at the satellite, which has an LCD screen mounted on it, the camera will image the screen, satellite, and Earth.

Prior to launch, students in schools from around Norway submitted various images of themselves, pets, and friends to be stored on the satellite prior to launch. About one week after launch when teams in Norway have made contact with the satellite, the LCD screen will begin to display the stored images, take pictures of them, and beam the results back to Earth. Operations will be conducted from Trondheim, Norway with the team’s own ground station and radio tower.
https://everydayastronaut.com/falcon-9-block-5-transporter-5-dedicated-sso-rideshare/
https://www.esero.no/prosjekter/selfiesat/

Foresail-1  https://www.aalto.fi/en/news/launch-of-science-satellite-foresail-1-scheduled-for-25-may

Planetum 1

https://kulturio.cz/planetum-1/
https://www.ceskenoviny.cz/zpravy/z-floridy-odstartovala-raketa-falcon-9-s-ceskou-druzici-a-hurvinkem-na-palube/2211356
https://www.spacemanic.com/news/planetum-1-to-launch-on-may-25th/
https://www.spacemanic.com/news/planetum-1-reveals-mission-patch-and-launch-date/

Connecta T1.1  https://db.satnogs.org/satellite/RLGA-3050-8635-4193-2562
https://www.plan.space/technology/connecta-t1-1

Urdaneta-Armsat1  https://satlantis.com/urdaneta-launch/

https://seraphim.vc/news/spacex-launch-falcon-9-rocket-with-59-payloads-including-satellites-from-5-seraphim-portfolio-companies/
https://www.geekwire.com/2022/spacex-launches-59-payloads-including-spaceflights-latest-breed-of-orbital-tug/
https://www.satelliteevolution.com/post/spaceflight-inc-successfully-debuts-its-latest-otv-sherpa-ac
https://payloadspace.com/spacex-launches-transporter-5/

https://twitter.com/AaltoSatellites/status/1529452382605672449
https://twitter.com/AaltoSatellites/status/1529465007834112000

Momentus Launches First Demonstration Flight on SpaceX Falcon 9
May 27, 2022 05:19 PM Eastern Daylight Time



(...) The versatile Vigoride spacecraft, designed to support a range of transportation and in-space infrastructure services, is slated to perform a series of operations in space to test and demonstrate the performance of the vehicle and its subsystems. Under the company's license from the Federal Communications Commission, the mission is scheduled to last up to 180 days. The mission will also feature the deployment of several customer satellites and the testing of hardware for another customer. (...)

A key part of the Vigoride vehicle is the Microwave Electrothermal Thruster (MET) which uses water as a propellant. The MET produces thrust by expelling extremely hot gases through a rocket nozzle. However, unlike a conventional chemical rocket engine, which creates heat through a chemical reaction, the MET heats propellant using solar microwave energy. Using the MET offers cost-effective, efficient, safe, and environmentally friendly propulsion to meet the demands for in-space transportation and infrastructure services.

On this first flight, Momentus welcomes FOSSA Systems and Orbit NTNU among its customers. FOSSA is deploying multiple picosatellites as part of a constellation to provide global and real-time Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity for industrial applications. Orbit NTNU will be using its payload, SelfieSat, to take a selfie from a satellite in space (the payload has an external screen, displaying pictures sent up by the public while a camera mounted on an arm photographs the screen with the Earth in the background.)

In addition to Vigoride, Momentus used a second port on the Falcon 9 to fly a third-party deployer from a trusted partner. Momentus used this deployer to place its first customer satellite from Bronco Space at the California State Polytechnic University at Pomona in orbit. Four other satellite payloads that are customers of the deployer system partner were also placed in orbit. (...)
https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20220525005971/en/Momentus-Launches-First-Demonstration-Flight-on-SpaceX-Falcon-9

Exolaunch Preps for Biggest Launch Yet With SpaceX Transporter-5 Mission



(...) Transporter-5 carries Exolaunch's biggest mission to date, with more than 20 satellites from new and repeat customers (...)



(...) Transporter-5 will launch Exolaunch's new and returning customers, including Spire Global, Satellogic, ICEYE, NanoAvionics, Omnispace, Thales Alenia Space, Satlantis, EnduroSat, Plan-S, Spacemanic, Aalto University and Space Products and Innovation. The customers' payloads will enable space application technologies such as Optical and Synthetic Aperture Radar observation, Maritime Surveillance, and IoT communications. (...)
https://exolaunch.com/news-block-53.html

WHO’S ONBOARD TRANSPORTER 5?
By Jodi Sorensen MAY 23, 2022



(...) We’ll be taking 5 spacecraft, including 2 hosted payloads onboard our Sherpa OTV, to Sun Synchronous orbit, 525km, on a Falcon 9. (...)


The team readies the Sherpa-AC OTV for flight at Spaceflight’s integration facility.

(...)Here’s more about the customer payloads on Spaceflight’s Transporter 5 mission:

Xona Space’s Huginn Mission (...)

NearSpace Launch Inc.’s TROOP-3:
TROOP-3 (Train-Rapid on Orbit Payload) will provide 24/7 telemetry plus critical mission data while hosting payloads for experimental testing. As a hosted payload, TROOP will remain attached to the Sherpa OTV for the duration of the vehicle’s life in orbit, which will be around eight years. NearSpace Launch’s  goal is to help organizations track and report the location of their spacecraft to fight orbit debris and is planning many more missions with Spaceflight to enable these capabilities for more organizations.

MIT Lincoln Laboratory’s Agile Micro Sat (...)

Missile Defense Agency’s CNCE Block 2 (...)
https://spaceflight.com/whos-onboard-transporter-5/


Spaceflight Inc.’s Sherpa-AC tug is equipped with a command and control system. (Spaceflight Inc. Illustration)
https://www.geekwire.com/2022/spacex-launches-59-payloads-including-spaceflights-latest-breed-of-orbital-tug/

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The Infinite Blue mission includes satellites from Aistech (Guardian) and from Brown University (SBUDNIC), in collaboration with the Institute on Atmospheric Pollution of the National Research Council of Italy. ION SCV006 hosts also payloads from Cryptosat and Genergo for in-orbit demonstration.
https://www.dorbit.space/infinite-blue
https://www.dorbit.space/_files/ugd/64a0e4_cbbbe7828b2f49f1b874dc153627628c.pdf
https://seraphim.vc/news/spacex-launch-falcon-9-rocket-with-59-payloads-including-satellites-from-5-seraphim-portfolio-companies/
https://www.globenewswire.com/news-release/2022/05/25/2450797/0/en/D-Orbit-Launches-its-Sixth-ION-Satellite-Carrier-Mission.html

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Actualización / Update 🚀
Tras la misión #Transporter5 el historial de vuelo de los boosters del Falcon 9 sigue creciendo.
https://twitter.com/SpaceNosey/status/1529538748547010560

https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2022/05/transporter-5-launch/
AA https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=4368.msg176825#msg176825

Umbra 03 https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/umbra-sar-2001.htm
ICEYE 17  https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/iceye-x4.htm
ICEYE 18
ICEYE 19
ICEYE 20
ICEYE 21
ÑuSat 28 (NewSat 28, Aleph-1 28, Alice Lee)  https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/nusat-1.htm
ÑuSat 29 (NewSat 29, Aleph-1 29, Edith Clarke)
ÑuSat 30 (NewSat 30, Aleph-1 30, Margherita Hack ?)
ÑuSat 31 (NewSat 31, Aleph-1 31, Ruby Payne-Scott)
GHGSat C3 (Luca)  https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/ghgsat-d.htm
GHGSat C4 (Penny)
GHGSat C5 (Diako)
Hawk 5A  https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/hawk-2a.htm
Hawk 5B
Hawk 5C
CICERO-2 1  https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/cicero-2.htm
CICERO-2 2
Sherpa-AC 1  https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/sherpa-ac.htm
ION-SCV 006 (Infinite Blue)  https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/ion-scv-2.htm
  Guardian 1  https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/guardian.htm
  SBUDNIC  https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/sbudnic.htm
Vigoride 3  https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/vigoride.htm
  SELFIESAT https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/selfiesat.htm
  FossaSat 2E7  https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/fossasat-2e.htm
  FossaSat 2E8
  FossaSat 2E9
  FossaSat 2E10
  FossaSat 2E11
  FossaSat 2E12
  FossaSat 2E13
  Veery FS-1 https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/veery_v0-2.htm
Urdaneta-Armsat 1 https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/urdaneta-armsat-1.htm
Spark 2 (Omnispace LEO-2 / Omni L2)  https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/omnispace-1.htm
AMS  https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/ams.htm
CNCE Blk.2 1  https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/cnce-blk1.htm
CNCE Blk.2 2
Platform 1 (ex SharedSat 2)  https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/spartan.htm
BroncoSat 1  https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/broncosat-1.htm
Foresail 1  https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/foresail-1.htm
Planetum 1  https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/planetum-1.htm
SPiN 1 (MA61C) https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/spin-1.htm
Connecta T1.1  https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/connecta-t1.htm
Centauri 5  https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/centauri-3.htm
Lemur-2 152 (Lemur-2 HANCOM-1)  https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/lemur-2_6u.htm
Lemur-2 153 (Lemur-2 Karen B)
Lemur-2 154 (Lemur-2 Mimi1307)
Lemur-2 155 (Lemur-2 TennysonLily)
Lemur-2 156 (Lemur-2 VanDenDries)
VariSat 1C  https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/varisat-1.htm
PTD 3 (Tyvak 0125)  https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/ptd-3.htm
CPOD A (Tyvak 0032) (PONSFD A) https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/cpod.htm
CPOD B (Tyvak 0033) (PONSFD B)

OMD 1  https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/mars-outpost-demo.htm

c.d. https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=5029.msg177013#msg177013
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Odp: Falcon 9 | Transporter-5 | 25.05.2022
« Odpowiedź #9 dnia: Maj 25, 2022, 20:58 »
To był 22 udany start i 22 udane lądowanie pierwszego stopnia Falcona 9 w zaledwie 5 miesięcy. W całym roku 2018r SpaceX miało 21 startów.

Podczas misji Transporter-5 został wysłany ciekawy CubeSat NASA TeraByte InfraRed Delivery (TBIRD), który zademonstruje komunikacje laserowa o wysokiej przepustowości. Mały satelita ma osiągnąć rekordowa szybkość przesyłania danych ok. 200 gigabitów na sekundę.

https://twitter.com/NASAAmes/status/1529189278042947584

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Odp: Falcon 9 | Transporter-5 | 25.05.2022
« Odpowiedź #10 dnia: Maj 25, 2022, 21:34 »
Zacieli transmisję w wypuszczania satelitów.
Podbój kosmosu jest zbyt poważną sprawą by zostawić go w rękach państwowych agencji.

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Odp: Falcon 9 | Transporter-5 | 25.05.2022
« Odpowiedź #11 dnia: Maj 25, 2022, 21:48 »
No, transmisja leci, tylko może nie wszystko jest/było do pokazania? Dane orbitalne dla satelitów przedstartowe były dostępne na CelesTrak tylko dla 39 satelitów.
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Odp: Falcon 9 | Transporter-5 | 25.05.2022
« Odpowiedź #12 dnia: Maj 25, 2022, 22:04 »
Udana separacja wszystkich satelitów.

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Udana separacja wszystkich satelitów.
Wszystkich czyli ilu ? Był np. problem komunikacyjny z dyspenserem Vigoride VR-3.

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Terran Orbital Integrates Fleet Space, GeoOptics, and NASA Satellites Aboard SpaceX Falcon 9 Prior to Transporter-5 Launch
May 25, 2022 10:14 AM Eastern Daylight Time


The CPOD, PTD-3, CENTAURI-5, and CICERO-2 satellites are fully integrated and ready to launch on SpaceX Falcon 9 in support of the Transporter-5 mission (Photo: Terran Orbital Corporation)

(...) Satellite descriptions below.

NASA CubeSat Proximity Operations Demonstration (CPOD)

The CPOD project is being led by Terran Orbital with funding from NASA’s Small Spacecraft Technology Program within NASA’s Space Technology Mission Directorate. The technology demonstration mission will validate the technologies needed to support rendezvous, proximity operations, docking (RPOD), servicing, and formation flight by utilizing a pair of identical 3-unit (3U) CubeSats – leveraging their inherently lower vehicle and launch costs.

NASA Pathfinder Technology Demonstrator 3 (PTD-3)

PTD-3 is a 6-unit (6U) CubeSat built and integrated by Terran Orbital to host and support launch and on-orbit operations of the TeraByte InfraRed Delivery (TBIRD) payload funded by NASA’s Space Communications and Navigation (SCaN) program and developed by MIT Lincoln Laboratory (MIT LL). The TBIRD mission is the second mission in the PTD series funded by the Small Spacecraft Technology program in NASA's Space Technology Mission Directorate. The mission will demonstrate a space-to-ground data transfer capability at orders of magnitude faster than previously demonstrated technologies. This technology could open doors to large volume data communications and data accessibility for advanced space exploration— delivering multiple terabytes of data per day to a single ground station.

Fleet Space CENTAURI-5

The CENTAURI-5 spacecraft is part of a constellation commissioned by Fleet Space Technologies to deliver global connectivity solutions specifically designed for the energy, exploration, and resource industries. Tyvak International, a Terran Orbital Corporation, designed and developed the spacecraft. Fleet Space is providing the payload that consists of the world’s first 3D printed all-metal patch antenna array combined with Digital Beamforming in S-Band frequency.

GeoOptics CICERO-2 Vehicle 1 and Vehicle 2

GeoOptics Vehicles 1 and 2 are the first phase of a next generation satellite constellation – CICERO-2 – to form a unified Earth observatory allowing governments, industry, and individual stakeholders to monitor and prepare for the many impacts of climate change. These 6U XXL size spacecraft were designed and developed by Terran Orbital's international arm, Tyvak International, in Torino, Italy. GeoOptics's payload – Cion – is a best-in-class Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) Radio Occultation (RO) system and is a miniaturized version of the NASA/JPL developed "TriG" payload.

“Terran Orbital designs, builds, and integrates satellite solutions that help solve some of the world’s most complex problems,” said Terran Orbital Co-Founder, Chairman, and Chief Executive Officer Marc Bell. “CPOD, PTD-3, CENTAURI-5, and the CICERO-2 vehicles feature game-changing technologies that will greatly benefit the ways we measure and observe activity on Earth. Communicating this data in support of future mission capabilities will ultimately save and improve lives. We look forward to fostering our partnerships with NASA, GeoOptics, Fleet Space, MIT Lincoln Laboratories, and SpaceX as we continue to deliver groundbreaking and life-changing missions.”
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https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20220525005669/en/Terran-Orbital-Integrates-Fleet-Space-GeoOptics-and-NASA-Satellites-Aboard-SpaceX-Falcon-9-Prior-to-Transporter-5-Launch


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« Odpowiedź #14 dnia: Marzec 17, 2023, 09:51 »
Studencki sukces projektu żagla deorbitacyjnego wykonanego tanim kosztem

Satellite built by Brown students and launched by SpaceX shows a low-cost way to reduce space junk
DATEMarch 15, 2023

SBUDNIC, built by an academically diverse team of students using off-the-shelf parts, was confirmed to have successfully operated in orbit, demonstrating a practical, low-cost method to cut down on space debris. (..)

They built a satellite on a shoestring budget and using off-the-shelf supplies available at most hardware stores. They even sent the satellite — which is powered by 48 Energizer AA batteries and a $20 microprocessor popular with robot hobbyists — into space about 10 months ago, hitching a ride on Elon Musk’s SpaceX rocket. (...)

The students added a 3D-printed drag sail made from Kapton polyimide film to the bread-loaf-sized cube satellite they built. Upon deployment at about 520 kilometers — well above the orbit of the International Space Station — the sail popped open like an umbrella and is helping to push the satellite back down to Earth sooner, according to initial data. In fact, the satellite is well below the other small devices that deployed with it. In early March, for instance, the satellite was at about 470 kilometers above the Earth while the other objects were still in orbit at about 500 kilometers or more. (...)

The project is a result of a collaboration between researchers at Brown’s School of Engineering and the National Research Council of Italy. It is also supported by D-Orbit, AMSAT-Italy, La Sapienza-University of Rome and the NASA Rhode Island Space Grant. The name of the satellite is a play on Sputnik, the first satellite to orbit the Earth, and is also an acronym for the project participants. (...)

SBUDNIC, however, is believed to be the first of its kind that was sent into orbit made almost exclusively from materials not designed for use in space and at such an astronomically low-cost when compared to other objects in orbit. The total cost of the student-designed cube satellite was about $10,000. (...)
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