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Astronautyka => Sprawy Ogólne => Wątek zaczęty przez: astropl w Grudzień 19, 2019, 06:31

Tytuł: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Grudzień 19, 2019, 06:31

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STYCZEŃ 2020

07    02:19             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
09    ??:??             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Yinhe-1
1?    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
15    02:53             Taiyuan 9         CZ-2D                Jilin-1 Kuanfu-01, NuSat-7, NuSat-8
15    ??:??             Sriharikota S     GSLV Mk 2            GISAT-1
16    21:05             Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          Eutelsat Konnect, GSAT-30
27    01:00-03:00       Tanegashima Y1    H-2A/202             IGS Optical-7
3D    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
3D    ??:??             Plesieck 43/?     Sojuz-2.1a/Fregat-M  Kosmos (Meridian-9)
??    ??:??             Sriharikota F     SSLV                 DefenseSat A
??    ??:??             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Xingyun-2 01 i Xingyun-2 02
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             ?

LUTY 2020

05/12 ??:??             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos (Uragan-M)
06    04:15-06:15       Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/411          SolO
09    ??:??             Wallops 0A        Antares-230+         Cygnus-13
09    ??:??             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
17    ??:??             Kodiak 3B         Astra                NSLSAT-1
18    ??:??             Vandenberg 2W     Firefly Alpha        MAGNETO, ?
??    ??:??             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
??    ??:??             Mojave 12/30      B-747/LauncherOne    MiniCarb, PAN A, PAN B, STP-27VP (x 8?)
??    ??:??             Sriharikota S     PSLV-QL              RISAT-2BR2, KSM-1, 2, 3, 4, Lemur-2z x 4
??    21:05             Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          JCSat-17, GEO-KOMPSAT-2B
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             Beidou-3 G2Q
??    ??:??             Sriharikota       GSLV Mk 2            GSAT-32

MARZEC 2020

01    ??:??             KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            Dragon-20
0?    01:53             Kourou ELS        Sojuz-ST-A/Fregat-M  Falcon Eye 2
1?    ??:??             Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/551          AEHF-6
30    ??:??             Bajkonur 200/39   Proton-M/Briz-M      Ekspress-80, Ekspress-103
3D    ??:??             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos (Uragan-K)
3D    ??:??             Kourou ZLV        Vega                 SSMS POC (kilkadziesiąt różnych satelitów)
??    ??:??             Sriharikota       PSLV                 Cartosat-3B
??    ??:??             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: kanarkusmaximus w Styczeń 02, 2020, 18:36
Niestety, chyba najbliższy start Ariane 5 się opóźni i być może nawet wypadnie ze stycznia.
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Styczeń 02, 2020, 20:57

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STYCZEŃ 2020

07    02:19             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
07   ~15:20             Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             TJS-5
09    ??:??             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Yinhe-1
1?    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
15    02:53             Taiyuan 9         CZ-2D                Jilin-1 Kuanfu-01, NuSat-7, NuSat-8
15    ??:??             Sriharikota S     GSLV Mk 2            GISAT-1
2P    21:05             Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          Eutelsat Konnect, GSAT-30
27    01:00-03:00       Tanegashima Y1    H-2A/202             IGS Optical-7
3D    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
3D    ??:??             Plesieck 43/?     Sojuz-2.1a/Fregat-M  Kosmos (Meridian-9)
??    ??:??             Sriharikota F     SSLV                 DefenseSat A
??    ??:??             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Xingyun-2 01 i Xingyun-2 02

LUTY 2020

05/12 ??:??             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos (Uragan-M)
06    04:15-06:15       Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/411          SolO
09    ??:??             Wallops 0A        Antares-230+         Cygnus-13
09    ??:??             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
17    ??:??             Kodiak 3B         Astra                NSLSAT-1
18    ??:??             Vandenberg 2W     Firefly Alpha        MAGNETO, ?
??    ??:??             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
??    ??:??             Mojave 12/30      B-747/LauncherOne    MiniCarb, PAN A, PAN B, STP-27VP (x 8?)
??    ??:??             Sriharikota S     PSLV-QL              RISAT-2BR2, KSM-1, 2, 3, 4, Lemur-2z x 4
??    21:05             Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          JCSat-17, GEO-KOMPSAT-2B
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             Beidou-3 G2Q
??    ??:??             Sriharikota       GSLV Mk 2            GSAT-32

MARZEC 2020

01    ??:??             KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            Dragon-20
0?    01:53             Kourou ELS        Sojuz-ST-A/Fregat-M  Falcon Eye 2
1?    ??:??             Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/551          AEHF-6
30    ??:??             Bajkonur 200/39   Proton-M/Briz-M      Ekspress-80, Ekspress-103
3D    ??:??             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos (Uragan-K)
3D    ??:??             Kourou ZLV        Vega                 SSMS POC (kilkadziesiąt różnych satelitów)
??    ??:??             Sriharikota       PSLV                 Cartosat-3B
??    ??:??             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: mars76 w Styczeń 02, 2020, 21:11
A gdzie IFA  11 stycznia?
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Styczeń 03, 2020, 05:12
A gdzie IFA  11 stycznia?

A gdzie ma być? Przecież to nie lot orbitalny :)
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: mars76 w Styczeń 03, 2020, 13:16
Byłem przekonany że wszystkie starty są na liście:)
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: kanarkusmaximus w Styczeń 03, 2020, 14:21
Byłem przekonany że wszystkie starty są na liście:)

Oj co to to to nie! :) Astropl nie zgodzi się na takie zaśmiecanie listy! :)
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Styczeń 05, 2020, 08:27

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STYCZEŃ 2020

07    02:19             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
07   ~15:20             Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             TJS-5
11    23:30             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Yinhe-1
1?    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
15    02:53             Taiyuan 9         CZ-2D                Jilin-1 Kuanfu-01, NuSat-7, NuSat-8
15    ??:??             Sriharikota S     GSLV Mk 2            GISAT-1
2P    21:05             Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          Eutelsat Konnect, GSAT-30
27    01:00-03:00       Tanegashima Y1    H-2A/202             IGS Optical-7
3D    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
3D    ??:??             Plesieck 43/?     Sojuz-2.1a/Fregat-M  Kosmos (Meridian-9)
??    ??:??             Sriharikota F     SSLV                 DefenseSat A
??    ??:??             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Xingyun-2 01 i Xingyun-2 02

LUTY 2020

05/12 ??:??             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos (Uragan-M)
06    04:15-06:15       Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/411          SolO
09    ??:??             Wallops 0A        Antares-230+         Cygnus-13
09    ??:??             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
17    ??:??             Kodiak 3B         Astra                NSLSAT-1
18    ??:??             Vandenberg 2W     Firefly Alpha        MAGNETO, ?
19    ??:??             Mojave 12/30      B-747/LauncherOne    MiniCarb, PAN A, PAN B, STP-27VP (x 8?)
??    ??:??             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
??    ??:??             Sriharikota S     PSLV-QL              RISAT-2BR2, KSM-1, 2, 3, 4, Lemur-2z x 4
??    21:05             Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          JCSat-17, GEO-KOMPSAT-2B
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             Beidou-3 G2Q
??    ??:??             Sriharikota       GSLV Mk 2            GSAT-32

MARZEC 2020

01    ??:??             KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            Dragon-20
0?    01:53             Kourou ELS        Sojuz-ST-A/Fregat-M  Falcon Eye 2
1?    ??:??             Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/551          AEHF-6
30    ??:??             Bajkonur 200/39   Proton-M/Briz-M      Ekspress-80, Ekspress-103
3D    ??:??             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos (Uragan-K)
3D    ??:??             Kourou ZLV        Vega                 SSMS POC (kilkadziesiąt różnych satelitów)
??    ??:??             Sriharikota       PSLV                 Cartosat-3B
??    ??:??             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Styczeń 05, 2020, 08:30
Ciekawie wygląda w tej chwili połowa lutego. Zgodnie z wydanymi licencjami, teoretycznie mielibyśmy co dzień -17, 18 i 19 - debiut nowej konstrukcji. Oczywiście na 120% tak się nie stanie
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: Adam.Przybyla w Styczeń 05, 2020, 10:42
Tka naprawde w calym tym spisie wyglada misja satelity Konnect. Sam satelita jest juz calkiem powaznym
statkiem kosmicznym;;-) Z powazaniem
                                                                 Adam Przybyla
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: ah w Styczeń 05, 2020, 14:20
Tka naprawde w calym tym spisie wyglada misja satelity Konnect. Sam satelita jest juz calkiem powaznym
statkiem kosmicznym;;-) Z powazaniem
                                                                 Adam Przybyla
Prawie jak Shijian-20  ;).
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: Adam.Przybyla w Styczeń 05, 2020, 15:05
Moze nie znam specyfikacji tego satelity. Ogolnie srednio udalo mi sie cos znalezc o napedach
jonowych u chinczykow. Z powazaniem
                                                  Adam Przybyla
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: ah w Styczeń 05, 2020, 19:41
Moze nie znam specyfikacji tego satelity. Ogolnie srednio udalo mi sie cos znalezc o napedach
jonowych u chinczykow. Z powazaniem
                                                  Adam Przybyla
Krótko, bo to temat do innego wątku (są rozbieżności danych w różnych źródłach):
- masa >8t
- rozpiętość baterii słonecznych >40m
- moc max 28kW
- napęd chemiczny (UDMH+NTO) i jonowy na ksenonie 4*LIPS-300 po 80-175mN(!)
- sprzęt łączności radiowej (70Gb/s), laserowej (4.8Gb/s) i kwantowej
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: Adam.Przybyla w Styczeń 05, 2020, 22:09
... no tylko , ze on lecial w grudniu;-) BTW, europa pracuje nad rozwiazaniem podobnym,
4 razy 0.3N + do okolo 30Kw mocy, jeszcze nie w Kinnect ale w kolejnych satkach juz bedzie blisko;-)
(wartoisci liczbowe do weryfikacji) Z powazaniem
                          Adam Przybyla
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Styczeń 07, 2020, 04:39

STYCZEŃ 2020

07    02:19:00          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
__________________________________________________________________________________________
07   ~15:20             Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             TJS-5
11    23:30             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Yinhe-1
1?    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
15    02:53             Taiyuan 9         CZ-2D                Jilin-1 Kuanfu-01, NuSat-7, NuSat-8
15    ??:??             Sriharikota S     GSLV Mk 2            GISAT-1
2P    21:05             Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          Eutelsat Konnect, GSAT-30
27    01:00-03:00       Tanegashima Y1    H-2A/202             IGS Optical-7
3D    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
3D    ??:??             Plesieck 43/?     Sojuz-2.1a/Fregat-M  Kosmos (Meridian-9)
??    ??:??             Sriharikota F     SSLV                 DefenseSat A
??    ??:??             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Xingyun-2 01 i Xingyun-2 02

LUTY 2020

05/12 ??:??             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos (Uragan-M)
06    04:15-06:15       Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/411          SolO
09    ??:??             Wallops 0A        Antares-230+         Cygnus-13
09    ??:??             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
17    ??:??             Kodiak 3B         Astra                NSLSAT-1
18    ??:??             Vandenberg 2W     Firefly Alpha        MAGNETO, ?
19    ??:??             Mojave 12/30      B-747/LauncherOne    MiniCarb, PAN A, PAN B, STP-27VP (x 8?)
??    ??:??             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
??    ??:??             Sriharikota S     PSLV-QL              RISAT-2BR2, KSM-1, 2, 3, 4, Lemur-2z x 4
??    21:05             Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          JCSat-17, GEO-KOMPSAT-2B
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             Beidou-3 G2Q
??    ??:??             Sriharikota       GSLV Mk 2            GSAT-32

MARZEC 2020

01    ??:??             KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            Dragon-20
0?    01:53             Kourou ELS        Sojuz-ST-A/Fregat-M  Falcon Eye 2
1?    ??:??             Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/551          AEHF-6
30    ??:??             Bajkonur 200/39   Proton-M/Briz-M      Ekspress-80, Ekspress-103
3D    ??:??             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos (Uragan-K)
3D    ??:??             Kourou ZLV        Vega                 SSMS POC (kilkadziesiąt różnych satelitów)
??    ??:??             Sriharikota       PSLV                 Cartosat-3B
??    ??:??             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: kanarkusmaximus w Styczeń 07, 2020, 11:45
Ciekawe, czy drugi start się dziś także odbędzie!
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: ah w Styczeń 07, 2020, 18:48
Już się odbył i również sukces:
http://www.xinhuanet.com/2020-01/08/c_1125432879.htm (http://www.xinhuanet.com/2020-01/08/c_1125432879.htm)

(http://www.xinhuanet.com/2020-01/08/1125432879_15784173528631n.jpg)
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: mss w Styczeń 07, 2020, 21:51


LUTY 2020

09    22:39             Wallops 0A        Antares-230+         Cygnus-13


Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Styczeń 07, 2020, 21:59

STYCZEŃ 2020

07    02:19:00          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
07    15:20:15          Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             TJS-5
__________________________________________________________________________________________
11    23:30             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Yinhe-1
15    02:53             Taiyuan 9         CZ-2D                Jilin-1 Kuanfu-01, NuSat-7, NuSat-8
15    ??:??             Sriharikota S     GSLV Mk 2            GISAT-1
16    21:05             Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          Eutelsat Konnect, GSAT-30
27    01:00-03:00       Tanegashima Y1    H-2A/202             IGS Optical-7
3D    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
3D    ??:??             Plesieck 43/?     Sojuz-2.1a/Fregat-M  Kosmos (Meridian-9)
??    ??:??             Sriharikota F     SSLV                 DefenseSat A

LUTY 2020

05/12 ??:??             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos (Uragan-M)
06    04:27-06:27       Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/411          SolO
09    22:39             Wallops 0A        Antares-230+         Cygnus-13
09    ??:??             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
0?    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
17    ??:??             Kodiak 3B         Astra                NSLSAT-1
19    ??:??             Mojave 12/30      B-747/LauncherOne    MiniCarb, PAN A, PAN B, STP-27VP (x 8?)
??    ??:??             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
??    ??:??             Sriharikota S     PSLV-QL              RISAT-2BR2, KSM-1, 2, 3, 4, Lemur-2z x 4
??    21:05             Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          JCSat-17, GEO-KOMPSAT-2B
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             Beidou-3 G2Q
??    ??:??             Sriharikota       GSLV Mk 2            GSAT-32
??    ??:??             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Xingyun-2 01 i Xingyun-2 02

MARZEC 2020

01    ??:??             KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            Dragon-20
0?    01:53             Kourou ELS        Sojuz-ST-A/Fregat-M  Falcon Eye 2
1?    ??:??             Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/551          AEHF-6
30    ??:??             Bajkonur 200/39   Proton-M/Briz-M      Ekspress-80, Ekspress-103
3D    ??:??             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos (Uragan-K)
3D    ??:??             Kourou ZLV        Vega                 SSMS POC (kilkadziesiąt różnych satelitów)
??    ??:??             Sriharikota       PSLV                 Cartosat-3B
??    ??:??             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: Orionid w Styczeń 09, 2020, 00:38
Chiński satelita wczesnego uprzedzania
  07.01. o 15:20:14,977 z Xichang wystrzelona została RN CZ-3B/G2, która wyniosła na orbitę o parametrach: hp=200 km,
ha=35811 km, i=27,46° geostacjonarnego satelitę wczesnego ostrzegania TJS-5.
http://lk.astronautilus.pl/n200101.htm#02

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x_CTTykjvDg
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x_CTTykjvDg

Rakietowy początek 2020 roku
BY KRZYSZTOF KANAWKA ON 7 STYCZNIA 2020

Siódmego stycznia doszło do dwóch startów rakiet: Falcona 9 z Florydy oraz CZ-3B z Xichang. Były to pierwsze starty rakiet orbitalnych w 2020 roku.

CZ-3B wynosi tajnego (lub eksperymentalnego) satelitę

Drugi start w 2020 roku nastąpił 7 stycznia o godzinie 16:20 CET. O tej godzinie z kosmodromu Xichang nastąpił start rakiety CZ-3B. Na pokładzie tej rakiety znalazł się piąty satelita Tongxin Jishu Shiyan Weixing (TJSW-5). Satelita został wprowadzony na orbitę transferową GTO. Co ciekawe, chińskie źródła sugerują, że TJSW-5 jest eksperymentalnym satelitą telekomunikacyjnym. Niektóre zachodnie źródła sugerują, że TJSW-5 jest satelitą o tajnym przeznaczeniu, być może typu “signals intelligence”. Dostępne źródła sugerują, że zadaniem tego satelity jest nasłuch różnych źródeł radiowych w zakresie od 200 MHz do 2,5 GHz.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W5WwXTt5t_s
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W5WwXTt5t_s&feature=emb_title

CZ-3B wynosi TJSW-5 – 07.01.2020 / Credits – CCTV

Jaki będzie 2020 rok? Wielu komentatorów branży kosmicznej przewiduje ponad 100 startów różnych rakiet. Z pewnością zobaczymy w tym roku zwiększoną częstotliwość startów amerykańskich (częściowo za sprawą firmy SpaceX, ale nie tylko!), z pewnością także często będą startować rakiety z Chin. Coraz częściej będą startować nowe konstrukcje, w szczególności te obsługujące małe satelity. W tym roku nastąpią także starty poza bezpośrednie otoczenie Ziemi – w szczególności ku planecie Mars (https://kosmonauta.net/2019/12/mars-2020-pierwsza-jazda/).

(SpaceX, PFA, NSF)
https://kosmonauta.net/2020/01/rakietowy-poczatek-2020-roku/#prettyPhoto

https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3863.msg140163#msg140163

China successfully launches new communication technology experiment satellite
Source: Xinhua| 2020-01-08 00:40:12|Editor: huaxia

A new communication technology experiment satellite is launched by a Long March-3B carrier rocket at the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in Xichang, southwest China's Sichuan Province, Jan. 7, 2020. The satellite will be used in communication, radio, television and data transmission, as well as high throughput technology test. (Photo by Guo Wenbin/Xinhua)

XICHANG, Jan. 7 (Xinhua) -- China sent a new communication technology experiment satellite into space from Xichang Satellite Launch Center in Sichuan Province at 11:20 p.m. (Beijing Time), Tuesday.

The satellite has entered the preset orbit. It will be used in communication, radio, television and data transmission, as well as high throughput technology test.

The satellite was launched on a Long March-3B carrier rocket. It was the 324th mission for the Long March series carrier rockets.

The new satellite and the carrier rocket were developed by the Shanghai Academy of Spaceflight Technology and the China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology, under the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation.
http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/2020-01/08/c_138685999.htm

China’s first launch of 2020 lofts mystery payload
January 7, 2020 Stephen Clark

(https://mk0spaceflightnoa02a.kinstacdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/lmb3.jpg)
A Long March 3B rocket lifts off Tuesday with the TJS 5 satellite. Credit: People’s Daily

A Chinese Long March 3B rocket launched a satellite Tuesday toward a position in geostationary orbit more than 22,000 miles (nearly 36,000 kilometers) above Earth. Chinese state media claimed the mysterious spacecraft has a communication and television broadcast mission, but analysts believe it could enter service for the Chinese military.

The Long March 3B launcher lifted off from the Xichang space center in southwestern China’s Sichuan province at 1520 GMT (10:20 a.m. EST; 11:20 p.m. Beijing time) Tuesday, Chinese state media reported.

Four liquid-fueled strap-on engines gave an extra boost to the three-stage, 184-foot-tall (55-meter) rocket as it arced toward the east from Xichang, setting off on China’s first satellite launch of 2020.

The Long March 3B’s third stage was expected to deploy the satellite, designated TJS 5, into an elliptical geostationary transfer orbit with an apogee, or high point, stretching more than 22,000 miles above Earth.

Chinese state media declared the launch was a success. U.S. military tracking data later confirmed the satellite was deployed into the expected orbit.

The TJS 5 satellite is the fifth in a line of Chinese missions that have intrigued Western analysts. The first TJS satellite launched in 2015, and the timing and circumstances of the TJS 5 launch suggest a similarity with the deployment of the TJS 5 spacecraft in January 2017.

The TJS 2 and TJS 5 satellites were both manufactured by the Shanghai Academy of Spaceflight Technology, according to Chinese media reports. And both satellites launched from Xichang atop Long March 3B rockets in early January, with liftoff times separated by just two minutes.

Chinese state television said that TJS 5 satellite will support communications, television broadcast, data transmission and other services. But China’s government-run media apparatus often identifies the owner or end user of the country’s other satellites.

That was not the case with the TJS series of satellites.

Analysts speculated the TJS 2 satellite launched in 2017 may have a military mission, such providing as missile detection and early warning services to the Chinese armed forces.

Like the TJS 2 spacecraft, the TJS 5 satellite is expected to use its own thrusters to maneuver into a circular geostationary orbit nearly 22,300 miles (35,800 kilometers) above the equator.

Tuesday’s launch was the first of more than 40 Chinese satellite deployment missions planned in 2020, following a busy 2019 that saw Chinese rockets perform 34 orbital launch attempts, with 32 successes.
https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/01/07/chinas-first-launch-of-2020-lofts-mystery-payload/

https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2020/01/long-march-3b-launch-opens-chinas-busy-2020-schedule/

TJS 5 (Huoyan-1 02 ?)  https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/tjs-2.htm
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: robinson w Styczeń 09, 2020, 13:52
Kurcze , tak przejrzałem i tylko jeden lot komercyjny (dla NASA) w wykonaniu SpaceX w I kwartale. Grubo :-(.
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: JSz w Styczeń 09, 2020, 15:28
Jeśli lot na zamówienie rządowe potraktować jako komercyjny...
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: Adam.Przybyla w Styczeń 09, 2020, 15:54
Jeśli lot na zamówienie rządowe potraktować jako komercyjny...
           ... w tamtym roku wyssali wszystko, co daloby sie poslaw w kosmos. IMHO, bez zmian ITAR, nie ma co liczyc aby cos sie zmienilo.
Z powazaniem
                               Adam Przybyla
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Styczeń 14, 2020, 11:36

STYCZEŃ 2020

07    02:19:00          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
07    15:20:15          Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             TJS-5
__________________________________________________________________________________________
15    02:53             Taiyuan 9         CZ-2D                Jilin-1 Kuanfu-01, NuSat-7, NuSat-8
16    03:00             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Yinhe-1
16    21:05-23:00       Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          Eutelsat Konnect, GSAT-30
27    01:00-03:00       Tanegashima Y1    H-2A/202             IGS Optical-7
3D    ??:??             Sriharikota S     GSLV Mk 2            GISAT-1
3D    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
3D    ??:??             Plesieck 43/?     Sojuz-2.1a/Fregat-M  Kosmos (Meridian-9)
??    ??:??             Sriharikota F     SSLV                 DefenseSat A

LUTY 2020

05/12 ??:??             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos (Uragan-M)
06    04:27-06:27       Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/411          SolO
09    22:39             Wallops 0A        Antares-230+         Cygnus-13
09    ??:??             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
0?    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
17    ??:??             Kodiak 3B         Astra                NSLSAT-1
19    ??:??             Mojave 12/30      B-747/LauncherOne    MiniCarb, PAN A, PAN B, STP-27VP (x 8?)
??    ??:??             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
??    ??:??             Sriharikota S     PSLV-QL              RISAT-2BR2, KSM-1, 2, 3, 4, Lemur-2z x 4
??    21:05             Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          JCSat-17, GEO-KOMPSAT-2B
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             Beidou-3 G2Q
??    ??:??             Sriharikota       GSLV Mk 2            GSAT-32
??    ??:??             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Xingyun-2 01 i Xingyun-2 02

MARZEC 2020

01    ??:??             KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            Dragon-20
0?    01:53             Kourou ELS        Sojuz-ST-A/Fregat-M  Falcon Eye 2
1?    ??:??             Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/551          AEHF-6
30    ??:??             Bajkonur 200/39   Proton-M/Briz-M      Ekspress-80, Ekspress-103
3D    ??:??             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos (Uragan-K)
3D    ??:??             Kourou ZLV        Vega                 SSMS POC (kilkadziesiąt różnych satelitów)
??    ??:??             Sriharikota       PSLV                 Cartosat-3B
??    ??:??             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: ah w Styczeń 14, 2020, 13:28
Statek Yuanwang 21 dostarczył już rakietę CZ-7A na kosmodrom Wenchang na wyspie Hajnan. Należy się spodziewać startu w marcu. Prawdopodobnie  ładunkiem będzie kolejny z eksperymentalnych satelitów TSJW-6 (poprzedni TSJW-5 był wysłany 7.01 za pomocą CZ-3B/G2).
https://vk.com/chinaspaceflight (https://vk.com/chinaspaceflight)
http://www.calt.com/n482/n498/c14641/content.html  (http://www.calt.com/n482/n498/c14641/content.html)
(https://sun9-9.userapi.com/c206724/v206724060/393c8/8qEOpUttB3Q.jpg)
(https://sun9-20.userapi.com/c206724/v206724060/3939c/WOTCpvZO19k.jpg)

Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: ah w Styczeń 15, 2020, 11:14
Rakieta CZ-2D wystartowała dzisiaj z sukcesem i dostarczyła na orbitę m.in. nowego satelitę teledetekcyjnego konstelacji Jilin-1, o którym szerzej tutaj: http://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=100.msg140374#msg140374 (http://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=100.msg140374#msg140374)

(http://www.charmingglobe.com/system_dntb1/upload/image/20200115/20200115162543_1555.jpg)
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Styczeń 16, 2020, 22:08

STYCZEŃ 2020

07    02:19:00          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
07    15:20:15          Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             TJS-5
15    02:53:05          Taiyuan 9         CZ-2D                Jilin-1 Kuanfu-01, NuSat-7, NuSat-8
16    03:02             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Yinhe-1
16    21:05-23:00       Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          Eutelsat Konnect, GSAT-30
__________________________________________________________________________________________
20   ~17:20             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
24    10:00-12:00       Plesieck 43/?     Sojuz-2.1a/Fregat-M  Kosmos (Meridian-9)
27    01:00-03:00       Tanegashima Y1    H-2A/202             IGS Optical-7
3D    ??:??             Sriharikota S     GSLV Mk 2            GISAT-1
??    ??:??             Sriharikota F     SSLV                 DefenseSat A

LUTY 2020

05/12 ??:??             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos (Uragan-M)
06    04:27-06:27       Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/411          SolO
09    22:39             Wallops 0A        Antares-230+         Cygnus-13
09    ??:??             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
0?    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
17    ??:??             Kodiak 3B         Astra                NSLSAT-1
19    ??:??             Mojave 12/30      B-747/LauncherOne    MiniCarb, PAN A, PAN B, STP-27VP (x 8?)
??    ??:??             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
??    ??:??             Sriharikota S     PSLV-QL              RISAT-2BR2, KSM-1, 2, 3, 4, Lemur-2z x 4
??    21:05             Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          JCSat-17, GEO-KOMPSAT-2B
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             Beidou-3 G2Q
??    ??:??             Sriharikota       GSLV Mk 2            GSAT-32
??    ??:??             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Xingyun-2 01 i Xingyun-2 02

MARZEC 2020

01    ??:??             KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            Dragon-20
0?    01:53             Kourou ELS        Sojuz-ST-A/Fregat-M  Falcon Eye 2
1?    ??:??             Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/551          AEHF-6
30    ??:??             Bajkonur 200/39   Proton-M/Briz-M      Ekspress-80, Ekspress-103
3D    ??:??             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos (Uragan-K)
3D    ??:??             Kourou ZLV        Vega                 SSMS POC (kilkadziesiąt różnych satelitów)
??    ??:??             Sriharikota       PSLV                 Cartosat-3B
??    ??:??             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: Orionid w Styczeń 17, 2020, 08:09
Cztery satelity z Taiyuan
  15.01. o 02:53:04,636 z Taiyuan wystrzelona została RN CZ-2D, która wyniosła na orbitę satelity Jilin-1 Kuanfu-01, Sophie
(ÑuSat-7) i Marie (ÑuSat-8) oraz Tianqi 5 (Xinzhou, Yunjiang).
http://lk.astronautilus.pl/n200101.htm#04

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WQ2RyYjWuLY
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WQ2RyYjWuLY

https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=100.msg140374#msg140374

China launches new remote-sensing satellite
Source: Xinhua| 2020-01-15 12:26:44|Editor: mingmei

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The new optical remote-sensing satellite for commercial use Red Flag-1 H9, along with three small satellites, is launched by a Long March-2D carrier rocket from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center in north China's Shanxi Province, Jan. 15, 2020. China sent a new optical remote-sensing satellite for commercial use into planned orbit from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center in north China's Shanxi Province on Wednesday morning. The satellite, belonging to the Jilin-1 satellite family, also named Red Flag-1 H9, was launched by a Long March-2D carrier rocket at 10:53 a.m. Beijing time. The new satellite, developed by the Chang Guang Satellite Technology Co., Ltd., has a super-wide coverage and a resolution at the sub-meter level. It is also capable of high-speed data storage and transmission. Via the same carrier rocket, three small satellites including NewSat7 and NewSat8 developed by an Argentinian company were also sent into space. (Photo by Lu Xing/Xinhua)

TAIYUAN, Jan. 15 (Xinhua) -- China sent a new optical remote-sensing satellite for commercial use into planned orbit from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center in north China's Shanxi Province on Wednesday morning.

The satellite, belonging to the Jilin-1 satellite family, also named Red Flag-1 H9, was launched by a Long March-2D carrier rocket at 10:53 a.m. Beijing time.

The new satellite, developed by the Chang Guang Satellite Technology Co., Ltd., has a super-wide coverage and a resolution at the sub-meter level. It is also capable of high-speed data storage and transmission.

It will work with the 15 satellites of the Jilin-1 family already sent into orbit to form a constellation that will provide remote-sensing data and services for governmental and industrial users.

Via the same carrier rocket, three small satellites including NewSat7 and NewSat8 developed by an Argentinian company were also sent into space.

The Long March-2D carrier rocket was developed by the Shanghai Academy of Spaceflight Technology under the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation.

Wednesday's launch was the 325th mission of the Long March series carrier rockets.
http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/2020-01/15/c_138706417.htm

Argentine smallsats hitch ride with Chinese payloads on Long March rocket
January 15, 2020 Stephen Clark

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A Long March 2D rocket lifts off from the Taiyuan space base Wednesday with four satellites on-board. Credit: Xinhua

Two Earth-imaging microsatellites built and owned by the Argentine company Satellogic launched on a Long March 2D rocket from China Wednesday, sharing a ride into orbit with two Chinese spacecraft.

The ÑuSat 7 and 8 satellites — each about 45 kilograms (100 pounds) — lifted off on a two-stage, liquid-fueled Long March 2D rocket at 0253 GMT Wednesday (9:53 p.m. EST Tuesday) from the Taiyuan launch base in northern China’s Shanxi province.

The Long March 2D booster took off at 10:53 a.m. Beijing time and placed its four payloads into an orbit 300 miles (480 kilometers) above Earth with an inclination of 97.3 degrees to the equator, according to U.S. military tracking data.

Wednesday’s launch was successful, according to China Great Wall Industry Corp., the state-owned entity responsible for marketing and selling Long March launch services on the international market.

Two Chinese satellites launched on the Long March 2D booster alongside Satellogic’s two Earth-imaging payloads.

The largest spacecraft deployed by the Long March 2D rocket was a new satellite for the Jilin 1 fleet of Earth-imaging stations owned by Chang Guang Satellite Technology Co. Ltd. The Jilin 1 satellite delivered to space Wednesday has a new type of optical camera with a wide field-of-view and high resolution, and is also capable of high-speed data transmission, according to Chinese officials.

It was the 16th spacecraft launched in the Jilin 1 fleet since 2015.

A nanosatellite named Tianqi 5 — or Tianqi 2-03 in some reports — was also on Wednesday’s Long March 2D launch. The small Tianqi satellite was launched for Guodian Gaoke, a Beijing-based company, for a communication and data relay mission.

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Satellogic’s ÑuSat 7 and ÑuSat 8 satellites. Credit: Satellogic

Satellogic says the two ÑuSat satellites launched Wednesday bring the company’s total number of spacecraft in orbit to 10.

Headquartered in Buenos Aires with a satellite manufacturing facility in Montevideo, Uruguay, Satellogic is building a fleet of satellites to cover the globe with visible, hyperspectral and infrared imagery. The company is one of several startups active in the commercial Earth-imaging market, along with Planet, BlackSky, ICEYE, and others.

Satellogic plans to deploy a fleet of 90 microsatellites primarily using Chinese rockets. The company inked a deal last year with China Great Wall to provide launch services for 90 small satellites on Long March 2D and Long March 6 rockets.

The ÑuSat 7 and 8 satellites launched Wednesday are based on Satellogic’s ÑuSat “Mark 4” design, and each spacecraft hosts a multispectral color camera with a resolution of about 3.3 feet, or 1 meter, and a hyperspectral imager with a resolution of about 100 feet, or 30 meters.

The new satellites are named Sophie and Marie after Sophie Germain, the mathematician and physicist, and Marie Curie, the physicist and chemist. Satellogic names its spacecraft after important women scientists.

Satellogic confirmed both new satellites were alive and healthy after Wednesday’s launch. Ground teams established communication with each spacecraft to begin post-launch commissioning and testing.

Satellogic says its satellite fleet will provide remote sensing, reconnaissance and environmental monitoring services for applications in agriculture, forestry, energy, finance and insurance, and critical infrastructure.

The company announced in December the conclusion of a $50 million funding round to scale up the satellite constellation.

Another ÑuSat microsatellite is slated to launch from French Guiana on an Arianespace Vega rocket in March, followed by a dedicated Long March 6 flight from China later this year with as many as 13 ÑuSat payloads.
https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/01/15/argentine-satellites-hitch-ride-with-chinese-payloads-on-long-march-2d-rocket/

https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2020/01/long-march-2d-kuanfu-1-co-passengers/

Jilin-1 Wideband-01 (Jilin-1 Kuanfu-01, Hongqi-1 H9) https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/jilin-1-wideband-01.htm
ÑuSat 7 (Aleph-1 7, Sophie) https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/nusat-1.htm
ÑuSat 8 (Aleph-1 8, Marie)
Tianqi 5 (Xinzhou/Yunjiang) https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/tianqi-1.htm
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: Orionid w Styczeń 17, 2020, 08:09
Chiny po raz trzeci w tym roku
  16.01. o 03:02 z Jiuquan wystrzelona została RN KZ-1A, która wyniosła na orbitę satelitę telekomunikacyjnego Yinhe-1.
http://lk.astronautilus.pl/n200116.htm#01

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EL-aghFXV2g
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EL-aghFXV2g

China's first civilian HD mapping satellite in service for eight years
Source: Xinhua| 2020-01-16 01:52:26|Editor: yan

BEIJING, Jan. 15 (Xinhua) -- China's first civilian high-definition mapping satellite Ziyuan III 01 has celebrated its 8th birthday in orbit.

Despite its five-year design life, it continues to collect data, the Ministry of Natural Resources said Wednesday.

Since it was launched in January 2012, the satellite has sent back 3D data covering 79 million square kilometers of the globe as of Dec. 31, 2019.

It has enabled China to produce 1:50,000-scale maps, ridding the country's dependence on imports of satellite images, according to the ministry.

The Ziyuan III 01 is tasked with providing data for the country's land-resources investigation, disaster prevention, agriculture development, environmental surveying and urban planning.

The satellite has offered services to more than 40 countries and regions over the past eight years, the ministry said.
http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/2020-01/16/c_138707860.htm

Kuaizhou 1A rocket lofts Chinese broadband test satellite
January 16, 2020 Stephen Clark

A solid-fueled Kuaizhou 1A launcher carried a commercial broadband communications satellite into orbit Thursday for GalaxySpace, a Chinese company that says it plans to launch up to 144 spacecraft for a space-based 5G network in the next few years.

The light-class Kuaizhou 1A rocket lifted off from the Jiuquan space base at 0302 GMT Thursday (10:02 p.m. EST Wednesday), according to a statement from the China Aerospace Science and Industry Corp., the government-owned contractor that owns Expace, a commercial subsidiary responsible for Kuaizhou 1A launches.

Liftoff occurred at 11:02 a.m. Beijing time.

U.S. military tracking data indicated the Kuaizhou 1A delivered its payload to an orbit ranging between 385 miles (621 kilometers) and 395 miles (637 kilometers), with an inclination of 86.4 degrees to the equator.

The 500-pound (227-kilogram) satellite launched Thursday will perform technology verification tests for GalaxySpace, which plans to deploy up to 144 satellites in low Earth orbit to provide Q-band, V-band and Ka-band broadband services in the next few years.

The satellite is named Yinhe 1, and also known as Galaxy 1, or GS-SparkSat-03.

GalaxySpace says it wants to create a global 5G network using a network of small satellites to support infrastructure development, the airline and maritime industries, emergency and disaster responders, and offer a supplement to terrestrial Internet networks for regions outside the reach of ground-based connectivity.

GalaxySpace was founded in 2016 and is backed by several Chinese venture capital and investment funds.

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Artist’s illustration of the Yinhe 1, or Galaxy 1, satellite. Credit: GalaxySpace

Thursday’s launch was the fourth third flight to orbit by a Chinese rocket in 2020, and the eighth flight of the light-class Kuaizhou 1A rocket. All of the Kuaizhou 1A launches to date have been successful.

Expace has performed six Kuaizhou 1A missions in the last five months, including back-to-back Kuaizhou 1A launches on the same day from separate launch pads at China’s Taiyuan spaceport in December.

Kuaizhou means “speedy vessel” in Chinese, a name indicative of its purpose as a satellite launcher that can be readied for liftoff in a short time period. The rocket — likely derived from Chinese ballistic missile technology — launches from a road-mobile transporter.

The Kuaizhou 1A rocket is one of several new Chinese smallsat launchers.

Technical details of the Kuaizhou 1A launcher, capable of injecting 440 pounds (200 kilograms) of payload to a 435-mile-high (700-kilometer) orbit, have not been released by Chinese authorities.
https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/01/16/kuaizhou-1a-rocket-lofts-chinese-broadband-test-satellite/

China launches Yinhe-1 commercial low Earth orbit 5G satellite
by Andrew Jones — January 16, 2020

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Liftoff of the Kuaizhou-1A light solid rocket from Jiuquan at 10:02 p.m. Eastern Jan. 15 carrying the Yinhe-1 5G satellite. Credit: CASIC

HELSINKI — China carried out its second orbital launch in just over 24 hours late Wednesday, sending the Yinhe-1 commercial 5G satellite into low Earth orbit.

A Kuaizhou-1A solid launch vehicle lifted off from a mobile platform at the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China at 10:02 p.m. Eastern.

Aboard was the 227-kilogram Yinhe–1 (Galaxy-1) technology verification satellite for Beijing-based communications satellite producer Galaxy Space. Yinhe-1 is expected to test Q/V and Ka band communications at up to 10 Gbps in a target orbit of about 1,156 kilometers.

The satellite (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EL-aghFXV2g), also referred to as GS-SparkSat-03, is part of plans to establish a global 5G constellation based on the ‘low-cost, high-performance’ Galaxy-1 small satellite platform. The platform will be refined based on lessons from on-orbit testing.

Galaxy Space plans to launch 144 satellites for the constellation across the next three years. The firm wants to provide high-speed, low-latency communications services globally, including remote areas.

The satellites have been developed with assistance from the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC) and the China Electronics Technology Group Corporation (CETC). The firm has earlier stated that the satellites will be capable of deorbiting near the end of the design lifetime.

Galaxy Space, founded in 2016 by Xu Ming, announced in September that it had secured new funding (https://spacenews.com/chinese-satellite-startups-galaxy-space-minospace-secure-new-funding/) in a series B round.

Kuaizhou-1A launch cadence

The Kuaizhou-1A is operated by Expace, a commercial subsidiary of the China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation (CASIC), a giant defense contractor and missile maker.

The launcher is understood to be derived from missile technology. It consists of three solid stages and a liquid propellant upper stage and is capable of delivering a 200-kilogram payload into a 700-kilometer sun-synchronous orbit (SSO).

The 20-meter-long Kuaizhou-1A is restricted to launch commercial payloads. Main space contractor CASC launches China’s government and military payloads. CASC has its own solid fuel launcher in the Long March 11 which entered service in 2015.

The Kuaizhou-1A has now launched eight times since its inaugural mission in 2017, and six times since August. Expace is preparing to test launch the larger Kuaizhou-11 which may lift as much as 1,000 kilograms to 700-kilometer SSO.

CASIC has its own plans to establish LEO communications constellations, with the Hongyun wideband and Xingyun narrowband projects.

Chinese NewSpace startups have emerged following a late 2014 central government policy shift. This has brought the opening up of the launch and small satellite sectors to private capital.

Chinese publication Future Aerospace reported last year that there were 141 registered commercial aerospace companies in China at the end of 2018. These are spread across launch services, satellite manufacturing and applications, ground stations and other areas. The companies have been aided by the ‘civil-military fusion’ national strategy.

State-run spinoff Expace and private firms including Landspace, iSpace (https://spacenews.com/chinese-ispace-achieves-orbit-with-historic-private-sector-launch/), OneSpace, Linkspace (https://spacenews.com/chinese-linkspace-reaches-300-meters-with-launch-and-landing-test/) and Galactic Energy (https://spacenews.com/chinese-launch-firm-galactic-energy-raises-21-5-million/) are developing launch vehicles with the aim of providing low-cost launch services domestically and beyond.

China’s 2020 launch plans

The Wednesday mission was China’s third of 2020. Yinhe-1 follows the launch of the classified TJS-5 satellite to GTO from Xichang and a Long March 2D from Taiyuan sending four satellites to LEO late Tuesday. The latter mission included two new ÑuSats for Argentina-based remote sensing firm Satellogic (https://spacenews.com/satellogic-raises-50-million-to-build-out-imaging-constellation/).

CASC is planning more than 40 launches in 2020 (https://spacenews.com/chinas-space-contractor-plans-more-than-40-launches-in-2020/), with commercial and private launches potentially taking China’s overall launch figures to over 50 this year.

SpaceX kicked off 2020 globally with the launch of 60 Starlink satellites, making the company the operator of world’s largest commercial satellite constellation (https://spacenews.com/spacex-becomes-operator-of-worlds-largest-commercial-satellite-constellation-with-starlink-launch/).
https://spacenews.com/china-launches-yinhe-1-commercial-low-earth-orbit-5g-satellite/

https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2020/01/kuaizhou-1a-yinhe-1-china/

Yinhe 1 https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/yinhe-1.htm
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: Orionid w Styczeń 17, 2020, 08:31
Ariane wyniosła dwa satelity
  16.01. o 21:05 z Kourou wystrzelona została RN Ariane-5ECA, która wyniosła w T+24' 54" na orbitę o parametrach: hp=250 km,
ha=35761 km, i=6° satelity telekomunikacyjne Eutelsat Konnect (Eutelsat BB4A) i GSAT-30.
http://lk.astronautilus.pl/n200116.htm#02

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s1147ZFjZk0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s1147ZFjZk0

Arianespace opens busy year with successful Ariane 5 launch
January 16, 2020 Stephen Clark

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The first of up to 22 launches on Arianespace’s schedule in 2020 successfully delivered a commercial European broadband satellite and an Indian communications payload to orbit Thursday using heavy-lift Ariane 5 rocket.

The nearly 180-foot-tall (54.8-meter) rocket, propelled by two side-mounted solid-fueled boosters and a hydrogen-fueled core stage, fired away from the ELA-3 launch pad in Kourou, French Guiana, at 4:05 p.m. EST (2105 GMT; 6:05 p.m. French Guiana time) Thursday.

Arcing toward the east, the powerful Ariane 5 launcher surpassed the speed of sound in less than a minute as it darted through low clouds hanging over the tropical space base on the northeastern shore of South America.

The solid rocket boosters jettisoned less than two-and-a-half minutes into the flight, and the Ariane 5 released its Swiss-built nose shroud moments later once the launcher climbed above the thick, lower layers of the atmosphere.

The Ariane 5’s Vulcain 2 main engine shut down nearly nine minutes into the mission, and the first stage separated to fall into the Atlantic Ocean west of Africa. An HM7B engine on the second stage ignited to accelerate the mission’s two satellite payloads into an elliptical transfer orbit stretching more than 22,000 miles (nearly 36,000 kilometers) above Earth.

After shutting down the second stage engine, the Ariane 5 deployed the Eutelsat Konnect satellite — designed to provide broadband signals to customers in Europe and Africa — then released the Indian GSAT 30 communications spacecraft a few minutes later.

Officials declared the mission a success, opening a busy year for Arianespace that could include the debut launches of Europe’s upgraded Vega C rocket — a larger version of the Vega launcher currently in the company’s fleet — and the new-generation Ariane 6 launch vehicle.

In addition to the possible debuts of the Vega C and Ariane 6, Arianespace plans up to 12 Ariane 5, Soyuz and Vega launches from French Guiana this year. And there are eight flights of Russian-made Soyuz rockets scheduled under the auspices of Arianespace from launch site at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan and the Vostochny Cosmodrome in Russia, each carrying more than 30 broadband satellites to low Earth orbit for OneWeb.

If all the launches proceed as planned this year, Arianespace says it will place more than 300 satellites into orbit, including the clusters of OneWeb payloads on Soyuz missions, and a rideshare launch on a Vega rocket from French Guiana in March carrying more than 40 small satellites.

Arianespace says it could perform missions from up to six launch pads in 2020 — four at the Guiana Space Center in South America for the Ariane 5, Ariane 6, Soyuz and Vega rockets, and one each at Baikonur and Vostochny.

The record number of missions for the French launch services provider in a single year is 12, which the company set in 2015.

Arianespace performed nine launches last year — all from French Guiana — including a failed mission with a Vega launcher in July, which destroyed the Falcon Eye 1 Earth-imaging satellite for the United Arab Emirates.

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Artist’s illustration of the European family of launchers, including (from left to right) the Ariane 5, Vega, Ariane 62, Vega C, and Ariane 64 vehicles. Credit: ESA – D. Ducros

The Italian-built Vega rocket is scheduled to resume launches in March with a multi-payload commercial rideshare flight into polar orbit from the Guiana Space Center.

Before then, Arianespace plans to launch its first full-scale mission for OneWeb from the Baikonur Cosmodrome using a Soyuz booster and Fregat upper stage. The launch with 34 OneWeb broadband satellites is scheduled for no earlier than Feb. 7.

In mid-February, an Ariane 5 rocket is scheduled to launch from French Guiana with the Lockheed Martin-built, Japanese-owned JCSAT 17 communications satellite and the South Korean GEO-Kompsat 2B ocean monitoring spacecraft.

And a Soyuz rocket is scheduled to lift off from French Guiana as soon as March 5 with the UAE military’s Falcon Eye 2 Earth-imaging satellite, which was swapped from a Vega rocket in the wake of last year’s launch failure.

Among other missions, a Vega launch this year will loft the Spanish Ingenio Earth observation spacecraft and the French Taranis scientific satellite on a single launch. A passive Italian research payload names LARES 2 will ride the inaugural launch of the uprated Vega C rocket later in 2020.

A Soyuz rocket launched from French Guiana later this year is scheduled to loft the second in a series of three new-generation high-resolution spy satellites for the French military.

Payload assignments for additional Ariane 5 launches later this year have not been announced.

Amid the launch activity in French Guiana, Arianespace and Russian teams aim to hit a cadence of of up to eight Soyuz flights with OneWeb satellites from Baikonur and Vostochny. Up to two additional Soyuz launches from French Guiana this year could also carry OneWeb spacecraft into orbit.

Assuming development remains on track, the first flight of Europe’s new Ariane 6 rocket late this year will launch another batch of OneWeb broadband satellites.

OneWeb, headquartered in London, is launching its initial network of 650 broadband satellites to enable low-latency, high-speed Internet connectivity for customers around the world, including aviation, maritime and other transportation sectors. The company’s satellites are manufactured in Florida in a purpose-built factory just outside the gates of NASA’s Kennedy Space Center.

The Ariane 6 will come in two configurations: Ariane 62 with two strap-on solid rocket boosters, and Ariane 64 with four boosters clustered around its first stage engine.

The first Ariane 6 mission in late 2020 will use the Ariane 62 version.

Arianespace says it has more than 50 total launches in its backlog, with OneWeb as the company’s single biggest customer.

Thursday night’s launch of an Ariane 5 rocket carried satellites for two of Arianespace’s other regular customers: Eutelsat and the Indian Space Research Organization.

The Ariane 5 targeted delivery of the Eutelsat Konnect and GSAT 30 satellites to an elliptical geostationary transfer orbit ranging between 155 miles (250 kilometers) and 22,220 miles (35,761 kilometers), with an orbit tilted 6 degrees to the equator.

Arianespace confirmed the rocket hit its target and deployed both satellites within about 40 minutes of liftoff, and officials from Eutelsat and ISRO said ground teams established contact with the spacecraft soon after their separation from the Ariane 5’s upper stage.

Each satellite will use its own propulsion to circularize its orbit at geostationary altitude more than 22,000 miles over the equator, where their velocities will match the rate of Earth’s rotation, giving each spacecraft a fixed geographic coverage zone.

The Eutelsat Konnect satellite was the largest of the two payloads on Thursday’s mission.

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Artist’s concept of the Eutelsat Konnect satellite with its solar arrays deployed in orbit. Credit: Eutelsat

Built by Thales Alenia Space, the Eutelsat Konnect spacecraft will provide broadband connectivity over Europe and Africa during a mission slated to last at least 15 years.

Eutelsat Konnect is the first spacecraft built on the new Spacebus Neo satellite bus, which was developed by Thales with funding from the European Space Agency and the French government, including the French space agency, CNES.

“Creating Spacebus Neo, a completely new product line, and in parallel meeting the schedule of the first satellite Konnect has been quite a challenge, which Thales Alenia Space and its consortium have brilliantly mastered,” said Magali Vaissiere, director of ESA’s telecommunications programs.

“This has only been possible through the successful cooperation between Thales Alenia Space and the agencies ESA and CNES, who have co-managed this project, the excellent coordination with Eutelsat, and the continued support of our European member states.

ESA helped fund development through the space agency’s Neosat program, which aims to develop new European satellite designs with reduced cost and increased capabilities, ensuring Europe’s large satellite manufacturing base remains competitive in the global market.

ESA’s Neosat program supported the development of new satellite platforms by Thales and Airbus Defense and Space. Eutelsat, the largest commercial European satellite operator, agreed to be the first customer for both of the new satellite designs.

Eleven satellites based on the new spacecraft designs pioneered by the Neosat program have been sold by Thales and Airbus to date.

“This is a tremendous success,” said Jan Woerner, ESA’s director general, who attended Thursday’s launch in French Guiana.

The Thales Spacebus Neo satellite platform debuted with Thursday’s launch, and the Airbus Eurostar Neo platform will launch for the first time in 2021.

The Spacebus Neo platform features an all-electric propulsion system with xenon-fueled ion thrusters to perform all the satellite’s post-launch maneuvers.

The low-thrust, high-efficiency xenon jets mean it will take several months for the Eutelsat Konnect satellite to reach its final operating station in geostationary orbit, but the all-electric propulsion system comes with major benefits.

“Eutelsat Konnect is the first satellite to use the Spacebus Neo electric propulsion platform from Thales Alenia Space,” said Peter Newell, Eutelsat Konnect’s program manager at Eutelsat. “Satellites using electric propulsion provide effective solutions for satellite operators, allowing them to maximize the payload capability of the satellite while maintaining a low overall spacecraft mass.

“As the first of its kind, there have many challenges during the development, qualification, manufacturing and test phases, but thanks to the skill and expertise of the Thales, Eutelsat and ESA/CNES teams, the satellite has been brought conception to today’s launch in just four years, which is a great achievement.”

The Eutelsat Konnect spacecraft, which rode in the upper position of the Ariane 5 launcher’s payload bay, weighed 7,978 pounds (3,619 kilograms) at liftoff, significantly less than a similarly-capable communications satellite that used conventional chemical hydrazine fuel.

The Spacebus Neo satellite platform joins other all-electric geostationary satellite buses currently flying from other satellite manufactures, including Boeing, Maxar and Northrop Grumman.

The xenon propulsion package was developed by Thales teams in the United Kingdom, and the payload module comes from a facility in Toulouse, France. Final assembly of the Eutelsat Konnect satellite occurred at a Thales site in Cannes, France.

Eutelsat Konnect is expected to enter commercial service this fall after the slow, multi-month orbit-raising campaign.

The high-power satellite hosts a Ka-band communications payload with a total capacity of 75 gigabits per second, providing Internet services for individuals and companies in Europe and Africa. Eutelsat Konnect will also link with public WiFi hotspots in Africa to provide Internet service to mobile phones and other devices.

“I am proud because with Eutelsat Konnect we are pursuing a great mission,” said Yohann Leroy, chief technology officer at Eutelsat. “Being able to communicate and access information is a fundamental right, and providing everybody on this planet with that right should be a priority.

“This new bird has been designed precisely to contribute to the (fight) against the digital divide, and is aimed at providing broadband Internet to hundreds of thousands of people who are today out of the reach of any terrestrial connectivity across 55 countries in Africa and Europe,” Leroy said.

“Initially, Eutelsat Konnect will operate in both Europe and Africa combined, but thanks to the high flexibility… it will be possible in the future to reallocate all of the satellite capacity to the African market,” Newell said.

After releasing the Eutelsat Konnect spacecraft, the Ariane 5’s upper stage re-oriented itself for separation of GSAT 30, the smaller of the two payloads on Thursday’s launch.

The 7,400-pound (3,357-kilogram) GSAT 30 spacecraft, built and operated by the Indian Space Research Organization, will replace the aging Insat 4A spacecraft, which launched in 2005 on a previous Ariane 5 mission.

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Artist’s concept of the GSAT 30 satellite in orbit. Credit: ISRO

GSAT 30 will operate from a position in geostationary orbit at 83 degrees east longitude over the equator.

“GSAT 30 will provide continuity of direct-to-home TV services from this slot, as well as digital satellite news-gathering and very small aperture terminal services,” said K. Sivan, ISRO’s chairmen. “The Ku-band transponders will provide services over the Indian mainland and islands.

“The satellite employs high-power amplifier and state-of-the-art antenna systems to meet the requirements of multiple users,” Sivan said.

“The GSAT 30 communications payload is equipped with 12 C-band transponder and 12 Ku-band trapsonders,” said D.K. Das, director of ISRO’s Satellite Applications Center. “The C-band transponders are designed for two-way communications using VSAT terminals over a vast geographic region extending up to Australia in the east and Europe in the west.”
https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/01/16/arianespace-opens-busy-year-with-successful-ariane-5-launch/
https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/01/16/new-european-satellite-design-to-debut-on-ariane-5-launch-thursday/

Photos: Ariane 5 rocket rolled out for first launch of 2020
January 16, 2020 Stephen Clark

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Credit: ESA/CNES/Arianespace – Photo Optique Video du CSG – P. Baudon
https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/01/16/photos-ariane-5-rocket-rolled-out-for-first-launch-of-2020/

Arianespace launches Eutelsat, ISRO satellites on first 2020 mission
by Caleb Henry — January 16, 2020

(...) The European and French space agencies helped fund the satellite because it uses a new Neosat satellite platform intended to lower the cost of manufacturing. The goal of the Neosat program is to give European manufacturers an edge over competitors in the U.S. and Asia. (...)
https://spacenews.com/arianespace-launches-eutelsat-isro-satellites-on-first-2020-mission/

https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2020/01/arianespace-busy-2020-dual-passenger-ariane-5-mission/

https://www.arianespace.com/press-release/flight-va251-arianespaces-first-launch-in-2020-using-ariane-5-at-the-service-of-eutelsat-and-isro/

Eutelsat Konnect  https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/eutelsat-konnect.htm
GSat 30  https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/gsat-30.htm
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: mars76 w Styczeń 21, 2020, 00:34
Start najbliższego Starlinka 3  przełożony na koniec stycznia:( ciekawe co im nie pykło po teście statycznym?
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: mars76 w Styczeń 21, 2020, 00:42
Już wiadomo - pogoda na Atlantyku
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Styczeń 24, 2020, 09:10

STYCZEŃ 2020

07    02:19:00          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
07    15:20:15          Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             TJS-5
15    02:53:05          Taiyuan 9         CZ-2D                Jilin-1 Kuanfu-01, NuSat-7, NuSat-8
16    03:02             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Yinhe-1
16    21:05-23:00       Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          Eutelsat Konnect, GSAT-30
__________________________________________________________________________________________
27    01:00-03:00       Tanegashima Y1    H-2A/202             IGS Optical-7
27    14:49             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
31    00:00-04:00       Onenui 1          Electron/Curie       NRO L-151
??    ??:??             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1a/Fregat-M  Kosmos (Meridian-9)

LUTY 2020

01    ??:??             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Xingyun-2 01 i Xingyun-2 02
05/12 ??:??             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos (Uragan-M)
06    04:27-06:27       Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/411          SolO
06    21:37             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
09    22:39             Wallops 0A        Antares-230+         Cygnus-13
0?    ??:??             Semnam 2          Simorgh              Zafar-1
14    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
17    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-2C                Yaogan-30 Group-06 (Chuangxin-5 16-18)
17    ??:??             Kodiak 3B         Astra                NSLSAT-1
18    22:14             Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          JCSat-17, GEO-KOMPSAT-2B
19    ??:??             Mojave 12/30      B-747/LauncherOne    MiniCarb, PAN A, PAN B, STP-27VP (x 8?)
25    ??:??             Jiuquan           CZ-11                Jiama Shexian Bao Tance, Tianiy-4, Zhongwei-1,
                                                               Xianrikui-1A, -1B, Yijian Duoxing
??    ??:??             Jiuquan           CZ-11                ?
??    ??:??             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
??    ??:??             Sriharikota S     PSLV-QL              RISAT-2BR2, KSM-1, 2, 3, 4, Lemur-2z x 4
??    ??:??             Sriharikota S     GSLV Mk 2            GISAT-1
??    ??:??             Sriharikota F     SSLV                 DefenseSat A
??    ??:??             Sriharikota       GSLV Mk 2            GSAT-32

MARZEC 2020

01    05:00-06:00       KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            Dragon-20
06    01:33             Kourou ELS        Sojuz-ST-A/Fregat-M  Falcon Eye 2
13    19:45-21:45       Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/551          AEHF-6
24    01:50             Kourou ZLV        Vega                 SSMS POC (kilkadziesiąt różnych satelitów)
30    ??:??             Bajkonur 200/39   Proton-M/Briz-M      Ekspress-80, Ekspress-103
31    ??:??             Wallops 0B        Minotaur-4           NRO L-129
3D    ??:??             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos (Uragan-K)
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             Beidou-3 G2Q
??    ??:??             Wenchang          CZ-7A                TSJ-6
??    ??:??             Sriharikota       PSLV                 Cartosat-3B
??    ??:??             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: kanarkusmaximus w Styczeń 24, 2020, 09:25
Jeszcze chwila i będą trzy starty jednego dnia. :)
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: mss w Styczeń 24, 2020, 16:03
Start z Plesiecka odłożony na nieokreślony okres, w sobotę nie odbędzie się :(
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: mss w Styczeń 27, 2020, 17:15
Jutrzejszy start z Tanegashima odroczony...szczegóły później :(

Cytuj
Latest reports is that early tomorrow's H-IIA/IGS Optical 7 launch has been scrubbed due to leakage on the payload conditioning nitrogen gas umbilical lines.
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Styczeń 27, 2020, 20:35

STYCZEŃ 2020

07    02:19:00          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
07    15:20:15          Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             TJS-5
15    02:53:05          Taiyuan 9         CZ-2D                Jilin-1 Kuanfu-01, NuSat-7, NuSat-8
16    03:02             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Yinhe-1
16    21:05-23:00       Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          Eutelsat Konnect, GSAT-30
__________________________________________________________________________________________
28    14:28             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
31    00:00-04:00       Onenui 1          Electron/Curie       NRO L-151
??    ??:??             Tanegashima Y1    H-2A/202             IGS Optical-7

LUTY 2020

05/12 ??:??             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos (Uragan-M)
06    21:42             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
08    04:15-06:15       Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/411          SolO
09    ??:??             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1a/Fregat-M  Kosmos (Meridian-9)
09    22:39             Wallops 0A        Antares-230+         Cygnus-13
0?    ??:??             Semnam 2          Simorgh              Zafar-1
10-16 ??:??             Sriharikota S     GSLV Mk 2            GISAT-1
14    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
17    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-2C                Yaogan-30 Group-06 (Chuangxin-5 16-18)
17    ??:??             Kodiak 3B         Astra                NSLSAT-1
18    22:14             Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          JCSat-17, GEO-KOMPSAT-2B
19    ??:??             Mojave 12/30      B-747/LauncherOne    MiniCarb, PAN A, PAN B, STP-27VP (x 8?)
25    ??:??             Jiuquan           CZ-11                Jiama Shexian Bao Tance, Tianiy-4, Zhongwei-1,
                                                               Xianrikui-1A, -1B, Yijian Duoxing
??    ??:??             Jiuquan           CZ-11                ?
??    ??:??             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
??    ??:??             Sriharikota S     PSLV-QL              RISAT-2BR2, KSM-1, 2, 3, 4, Lemur-2z x 4
??    ??:??             Sriharikota F     SSLV                 DefenseSat A
??    ??:??             Sriharikota       GSLV Mk 2            GSAT-32
??    ??:??             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Xingyun-2 01 i Xingyun-2 02

MARZEC 2020

02    05:00-06:00       KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            Dragon-20
06    01:33             Kourou ELS        Sojuz-ST-A/Fregat-M  Falcon Eye 2
13    19:45-21:45       Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/551          AEHF-6
24    01:50             Kourou ZLV        Vega                 SSMS POC (kilkadziesiąt różnych satelitów)
30    ??:??             Bajkonur 200/39   Proton-M/Briz-M      Ekspress-80, Ekspress-103
31    ??:??             Wallops 0B        Minotaur-4           NRO L-129
3D    ??:??             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos (Uragan-K)
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             Beidou-3 G2Q
??    ??:??             Wenchang          CZ-7A                TSJ-6
??    ??:??             Sriharikota       PSLV                 Cartosat-3B
??    ??:??             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: mss w Styczeń 27, 2020, 23:11

MARZEC 2020

02    05:00-06:00       KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            Dragon-20


NET 02    06:45               Canaveral 40    Falcon-9R            Dragon-20
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: mars76 w Styczeń 28, 2020, 01:30
Najbliższy Starlink dopiero w środę:( , lądowania na barce to słaby punkt F9
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Styczeń 31, 2020, 07:13

STYCZEŃ 2020

07    02:19:00          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
07    15:20:15          Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             TJS-5
15    02:53:05          Taiyuan 9         CZ-2D                Jilin-1 Kuanfu-01, NuSat-7, NuSat-8
16    03:02             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Yinhe-1
16    21:05-23:00       Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          Eutelsat Konnect, GSAT-30
29    14:06:49          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
31    02:56             Onenui 1          Electron/Curie       NRO L-151

LUTY 2020
__________________________________________________________________________________________
??    ??:??             Tanegashima Y1    H-2A/202             IGS Optical-7
0?    ??:??             Semnam 2          Simorgh              Zafar-1
06    21:42:41          Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
08    04:15-06:15       Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/411          SolO
09    22:39             Wallops 0A        Antares-230+         Cygnus-13
10-16 ??:??             Sriharikota S     GSLV Mk 2            GISAT-1
14    ??:??             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1a/Fregat-M  Kosmos (Meridian-9)
14    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
17    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-2C                Yaogan-30 Group-06 (Chuangxin-5 16-18)
17    ??:??             Kodiak 3B         Astra                NSLSAT-1
18    22:14             Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          JCSat-17, GEO-KOMPSAT-2B
19    ??:??             Mojave 12/30      B-747/LauncherOne    MiniCarb, PAN A, PAN B, STP-27VP (x 8?)
25    ??:??             Jiuquan           KZ-11                Jiama Shexian Bao Tance, Tianiy-4, Zhongwei-1,
                                                               Xianrikui-1A, -1B, Yijian Duoxing
28    ??:??             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos (Uragan-M)
??    ??:??             Jiuquan           CZ-11                ?
??    ??:??             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
??    ??:??             Sriharikota S     PSLV-QL              RISAT-2BR2, KSM-1, 2, 3, 4, Lemur-2z x 4
??    ??:??             Sriharikota       GSLV Mk 2            GSAT-32
??    ??:??             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Xingyun-2 01 i Xingyun-2 02

MARZEC 2020

02    06:45             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Dragon-20
06    01:33             Kourou ELS        Sojuz-ST-A/Fregat-M  Falcon Eye 2
13    19:45-21:45       Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/551          AEHF-6
24    01:50             Kourou ZLV        Vega                 SSMS POC (kilkadziesiąt różnych satelitów)
30    ??:??             Bajkonur 200/39   Proton-M/Briz-M      Ekspress-80, Ekspress-103
31    ??:??             Wallops 0B        Minotaur-4           NRO L-129
3D    ??:??             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos (Uragan-K)
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             Beidou-3 G2Q
??    ??:??             Wenchang          CZ-7A                TSJ-6
??    ??:??             Sriharikota       PSLV                 Cartosat-3B
??    ??:??             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: Orionid w Styczeń 31, 2020, 07:40
Electron wyniósł tajnego satelitę
  31.01. o 02:56 z Onenui Station wystrzelona została RN Electron/Curie, która wyniosła w T+54' 00" na orbitę tajnego
satelitę NRO L-151.
http://lk.astronautilus.pl/n200116.htm#05

(https://mk0spaceflightnoa02a.kinstacdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/EPjGhJNUwAERFhG-2.jpg)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OkajURO7vlw
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OkajURO7vlw

Rocket Lab successfully launches NRO satellite
January 31, 2020 Stephen Clark

(https://mk0spaceflightnoa02a.kinstacdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/EPlTLl7VUAED6L4.jpeg)
A Rocket Lab Electron launcher lifted off from the company’s privately-owned launch site in New Zealand at 9:56 p.m. EST Thursday (0256 GMT; 3:56 p.m. New Zealand time on Friday) with the NROL-151 payload for the U.S. government’s National Reconnaissance Office. Credit: Rocket Lab

(...) The NRO said the NROL-151 mission is the first launch it has procured through the agency’s new Rapid Acquisition of Small Launch, or RASR, contracting mechanism. The NRO said the small launch program “enables our exploration of new launch opportunities by providing a streamlined, commercial approach for launching smallsats.”

“Under this approach, RASR helps us pursue the use of both large and small satellites to create an integrated architecture that provides global coverage to answer a wide range of intelligence questions,” the NRO said.

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The NROL-151 payload was encapsulated inside the payload fairing of Rocket Lab’s Electron launch vehicle. Credit: Rocket Lab

The NROL-151 mission marked the 11th flight of a Rocket Lab Electron booster since its debut in May 2017. It was Rocket Lab’s first flight of 2020, and the fourth dedicated Rocket Lab mission for the U.S. government, following previous flights for NASA, DARPA and the U.S. Air Force.

he NRO said it was looking forward to a new partnership with Rocket Lab and a continued collaboration with New Zealand on the NROL-151 mission. New Zealand is a partner in the “Five Eyes” intelligence-sharing alliance with the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada and Australia.

Rocket Lab nicknamed the NROL-151 mission “Birds of a Feather,” and the company’s patch for the launch showed an illustration of an eagle and a kiwi together on the shores near the Electron launch site.

Rocket Lab says it performed another guided re-entry of the Electron booster’s first stage on the NROL-151 mission after separation from the rocket’s second stage. While the Electron’s second stage and Curie kick stage place the NROL-151 payload into orbit, the first stage was programmed to use thrusters to flip around 180 degrees and re-enter the atmosphere. (...)

Rocket Lab says it plans launches on a monthly cadence this year after performing six successful missions in 2019. (...)
https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/01/31/rocket-lab-successfully-launches-nro-satellite/

https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2020/01/rocket-lab-2020-dedicated-nro-mission/

Artykuły astronautyczne (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3856.msg141046#msg141046)

NROL 151  https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/nrol-151.htm
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: Orionid w Styczeń 31, 2020, 07:43
Starty kosmiczne w 2020

Starty wg miesięcy:

I  7 (Chiny 3, SpaceX 2, Rocket Lab 1, Europa 1)

W skrócie:

Chiny                                             3                                                   
USA                                               2 (SpaceX 2)                                                               
Nowa Zelandia (Rocket Lab)             1           
Rosja                                             0+0 z Kourou                                                   
Europa (bez europejskich Sojuzów)   1           
Japonia                                          0                                                 
Indie                                              0

Chiny

07.01. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3863.msg140217#msg140217)    CZ-3B/G2      Xichang
             TJS-5 GEO
15.01. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3863.msg140431#msg140431)    CZ-2D      Taiyuan LC9
             Jilin-1 Kuanfu-01
             ÑuSat-7 (37 kg)
             ÑuSat-8 (37 kg)
             Tianqi 5 (8 kg ?)
16.01. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3863.msg140432#msg140432)    KZ-1A      Jiuquan
             Yinhe-1 (227 kg)


USA

SpaceX

07.01. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3761.msg140216#msg140216)    Falcon-9R      Canaveral SLC-40
             Starlink v1.0 2-1 (Starlink 1066)
             Starlink v1.0 2-2 (Starlink 1069) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-3 (Starlink 1070) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-4 (Starlink 1071) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-5 (Starlink 1072) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-6 (Starlink 1073) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-7 (Starlink 1074) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-8 (Starlink 1075) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-9 (Starlink 1076) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-10 (Starlink 1077) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-11 (Starlink 1078) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-12 (Starlink 1079) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-13 (Starlink 1080) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-14 (Starlink 1081) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-15 (Starlink 1082) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-16 (Starlink 1083) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-17 (Starlink 1084) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-18 (Starlink 1085) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-19 (Starlink 1086) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-20 (Starlink 1087) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-21 (Starlink 1088) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-22 (Starlink 1089) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-23 (Starlink 1090) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-24 (Starlink 1091) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-25 (Starlink 1092) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-26 (Starlink 1093) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-27 (Starlink 1094) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-28 (Starlink 1095) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-29 (Starlink 1096) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-30 (Starlink 1097) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-31 (Starlink 1098) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-32 (Starlink 1099) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-33 (Starlink 1100) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-34 (Starlink 1101) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-35 (Starlink 1102) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-36 (Starlink 1103) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-37 (Starlink 1104) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-38 (Starlink 1106) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-39 (Starlink 1107) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-40 (Starlink 1108) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-41 (Starlink 1109) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-42 (Starlink 1110) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-43 (Starlink 1111) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-44 (Starlink 1112) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-45 (Starlink 1113) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-46 (Starlink 1114) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-47 (Starlink 1115) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-48 (Starlink 1116) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-49 (Starlink 1117) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-50 (Starlink 1118) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-51 (Starlink 1119) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-52 (Starlink 1121) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-53 (Starlink 1122) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-54 (Starlink 1123) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-55 (Starlink 1124) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-56 (Starlink 1125) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-57 (Starlink 1126) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-58 (Starlink 1128) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-59 (Starlink 1130, Darksat) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-60 (Starlink 1144) (~260 kg)
29.01. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3901.msg141025#msg141025)    Falcon-9R      Canaveral SLC-40
             Starlink v1.0 3-1 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-2 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-3 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-4 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-5 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-6 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-7 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-8 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-9 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-10 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-11 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-12 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-13 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-14 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-15 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-16 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-17 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-18 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-19 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-20 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-21 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-22 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-23 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-24 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-25 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-26 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-27 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-28 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-29 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-30 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-31 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-32 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-33 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-34 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-35 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-36 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-37 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-38 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-39 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-40 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-41 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-42 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-43 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-44 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-45 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-46 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-47 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-48 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-49 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-50 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-51 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-52 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-53 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-54 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-55 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-56 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-57 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-58 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-59 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-60 (~260 kg)


ULA

Northrop Grumman

Nowa Zelandia
Rocket Lab (amerykańska spółka z nowozelandzką spółką zależną)

31.01. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3863.msg141032#msg141032)    Electron/Curie      Onenui LC1
             NRO L-151


Rosja

Rosja  (Arianespace)


Europa

16.01. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3863.msg140434#msg140434)   KZ-1A      Jiuquan
            Eutelsat Konnect (3619 kg) GEO
            GSAT-30 (3357 kg) GEO


Japonia


Indie
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Luty 01, 2020, 07:34

STYCZEŃ 2020

07    02:19:00          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
07    15:20:15          Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             TJS-5
15    02:53:05          Taiyuan 9         CZ-2D                Jilin-1 Kuanfu-01, NuSat-7, NuSat-8
16    03:02             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Yinhe-1
16    21:05-23:00       Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          Eutelsat Konnect, GSAT-30
29    14:06:49          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
31    02:56             Onenui 1          Electron/Curie       NRO L-151

LUTY 2020
__________________________________________________________________________________________
??    ??:??             Tanegashima Y1    H-2A/202             IGS Optical-7
0?    ??:??             Semnam 2          Simorgh              Zafar-1
06    21:42:41          Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
09    22:39             Wallops 0A        Antares-230+         Cygnus-13
10    04:03-06:03       Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/411          SolO
10-16 ??:??             Sriharikota S     GSLV Mk 2            GISAT-1
14    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
17    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-2C                Yaogan-30 Group-06 (Chuangxin-5 16-18)
17    ??:??             Kodiak 3B         Rocket v3.0          NSLSAT-1
18    22:14             Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          JCSat-17, GEO-KOMPSAT-2B
20    ??:??             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1a/Fregat-M  Kosmos (Meridian-9)
25    ??:??             Jiuquan           KZ-11                Jiama Shexian Bao Tance, Tianiy-4, Zhongwei-1,
                                                               Xianrikui-1A, -1B, Yijian Duoxing
??    ??:??             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Xingyun-2 01 i Xingyun-2 02
??    ??:??             Jiuquan           CZ-11                ?
??    ??:??             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
??    ??:??             Sriharikota S     PSLV-QL              RISAT-2BR2, KSM-1, 2, 3, 4, Lemur-2z x 4
??    ??:??             Sriharikota       GSLV Mk 2            GSAT-32

MARZEC 2020

02    06:45             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Dragon-20
06    01:33             Kourou ELS        Sojuz-ST-A/Fregat-M  Falcon Eye 2
0?    ??:??             KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
13    19:45-21:45       Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/551          AEHF-6
15    ??:??             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos (Uragan-M)
24    01:50             Kourou ZLV        Vega                 SSMS POC (kilkadziesiąt różnych satelitów)
31    ??:??             Wallops 0B        Minotaur-4           NRO L-129
3D    ??:??             ?                 Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
??    ??:??             Mojave 12/30      B-747/LauncherOne    MiniCarb, PAN A, PAN B, STP-27VP (x 8?)
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             Beidou-3 G2Q
??    ??:??             Wenchang          CZ-7A                TSJ-6
??    ??:??             Sriharikota       PSLV                 Cartosat-3B
??    ??:??             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: kanarkusmaximus w Luty 01, 2020, 11:03
Luty zapowiada się wyśmienicie.
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: mss w Luty 01, 2020, 11:10
Ma tylko 29 dni w tym roku ;)
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Luty 01, 2020, 23:40
Luty zapowiada się wyśmienicie.

W styczniu też miało być nieźle, 12 startów. Zrealizowano 7.
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Luty 06, 2020, 22:56

STYCZEŃ 2020

07    02:19:00          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
07    15:20:15          Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             TJS-5
15    02:53:05          Taiyuan 9         CZ-2D                Jilin-1 Kuanfu-01, NuSat-7, NuSat-8
16    03:02             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Yinhe-1
16    21:05-23:00       Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          Eutelsat Konnect, GSAT-30
29    14:06:49          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
31    02:56             Onenui 1          Electron/Curie       NRO L-151

LUTY 2020

06    21:42:41          Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
__________________________________________________________________________________________
07    23:15             Semnam 2          Simorgh              Zafar-1
09    01:34-01:39       Tanegashima Y1    H-2A/202             IGS Optical-7
09    22:39             Wallops 0A        Antares-230+         Cygnus-13
10    04:03-06:03       Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/411          SolO
10-16 ??:??             Sriharikota S     GSLV Mk 2            GISAT-1
15    15:46             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
17    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-2C                Yaogan-30 Group-06 (Chuangxin-5 16-18)
18    22:14             Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          JCSat-17, GEO-KOMPSAT-2B
20    ??:??             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1a/Fregat-M  Kosmos (Meridian-9)
21    20:30-00:00       Kodiak 3B         Rocket v3.0          NSLSAT-1
25    ??:??             Jiuquan           KZ-11                Jiama Shexian Bao Tance, Tianiy-4, Zhongwei-1,
                                                               Xianrikui-1A, -1B, Yijian Duoxing
??    ??:??             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Xingyun-2 01 i Xingyun-2 02
??    ??:??             Jiuquan           CZ-11                ?
??    ??:??             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
??    ??:??             Sriharikota S     PSLV-QL              RISAT-2BR2, KSM-1, 2, 3, 4, Lemur-2z x 4
??    ??:??             Sriharikota       GSLV Mk 2            GSAT-32

MARZEC 2020

02    06:45             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Dragon-20
06    01:33             Kourou ELS        Sojuz-ST-A/Fregat-M  Falcon Eye 2
0?    ??:??             KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
13    19:45-21:45       Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/551          AEHF-6
15    ??:??             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos (Uragan-M)
24    01:50             Kourou ZLV        Vega                 SSMS POC (kilkadziesiąt różnych satelitów)
31    ??:??             Wallops 0B        Minotaur-4           NRO L-129
3D    ??:??             ?                 Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
??    ??:??             Mojave 12/30      B-747/LauncherOne    MiniCarb, PAN A, PAN B, STP-27VP (x 8?)
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             Beidou-3 G2Q
??    ??:??             Wenchang          CZ-7A                TSJ-6
??    ??:??             Sriharikota       PSLV                 Cartosat-3B
??    ??:??             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: ah w Luty 07, 2020, 12:21

...
LUTY 2020

06    21:42:41          Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
__________________________________________________________________________________________
07    ??:??             Semnam 2          Simorgh              Zafar-1
09    01:34-01:39       Tanegashima Y1    H-2A/202             IGS Optical-7
....

Na https://www.rocketlaunchschedule.com/iranian-space-agency-simorgh-zafar-1/ (https://www.rocketlaunchschedule.com/iranian-space-agency-simorgh-zafar-1/) i https://spacelaunchnow.me/launch/simorgh-zafar-1/ (https://spacelaunchnow.me/launch/simorgh-zafar-1/) pojawiły się informacje o odłożeniu startu Simorgha do co najmniej 11.02.
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Luty 07, 2020, 12:29
Na https://www.rocketlaunchschedule.com/iranian-space-agency-simorgh-zafar-1/ (https://www.rocketlaunchschedule.com/iranian-space-agency-simorgh-zafar-1/) i https://spacelaunchnow.me/launch/simorgh-zafar-1/ (https://spacelaunchnow.me/launch/simorgh-zafar-1/) pojawiły się informacje o odłożeniu startu Simorgha do co najmniej 11.02.

Mam wrażenie, że to raczej niezrozumienie pierwotnego komunikatu ministra Mohammada Javad Azari-Jahromiego o stracie w ciągu tygodnia, tj. do 11 lutego. Ale oczywiście wszystko możliwe.
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Luty 07, 2020, 20:37
Podobno start ma nastąpić jutro o 00:15 naszego czasu, ale źródło jest niepewne.

Edit: Dzisiejszy start przełożony na "następne dni".
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Luty 08, 2020, 11:18

STYCZEŃ 2020

07    02:19:00          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
07    15:20:15          Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             TJS-5
15    02:53:05          Taiyuan 9         CZ-2D                Jilin-1 Kuanfu-01, NuSat-7, NuSat-8
16    03:02             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Yinhe-1
16    21:05-23:00       Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          Eutelsat Konnect, GSAT-30
29    14:06:49          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
31    02:56             Onenui 1          Electron/Curie       NRO L-151

LUTY 2020

06    21:42:41          Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
__________________________________________________________________________________________
09    01:34-01:39       Tanegashima Y1    H-2A/202             IGS Optical-7
09    22:39             Wallops 0A        Antares-230+         Cygnus-13
09-11 ??:??             Semnam 2          Simorgh              Zafar-1
10    04:03-06:03       Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/411          SolO
10-16 ??:??             Sriharikota S     GSLV Mk 2            GISAT-1
15    15:46             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
17    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-2C                Yaogan-30 Group-06 (Chuangxin-5 16-18)
18    22:14             Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          JCSat-17, GEO-KOMPSAT-2B
20    ??:??             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1a/Fregat-M  Kosmos (Meridian-9)
21    20:30-00:00       Kodiak 3B         Rocket v3.0          NSLSAT-1
25    ??:??             Jiuquan           KZ-11                Jiama Shexian Bao Tance, Tianiy-4, Zhongwei-1,
                                                               Xianrikui-1A, -1B, Yijian Duoxing
??    ??:??             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Xingyun-2 01 i Xingyun-2 02
??    ??:??             Jiuquan           CZ-11                ?
??    ??:??             Sriharikota S     PSLV-QL              RISAT-2BR2, KSM-1, 2, 3, 4, Lemur-2z x 4
??    ??:??             Sriharikota       GSLV Mk 2            GSAT-32

MARZEC 2020

02    06:45             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Dragon-20
06    01:33             Kourou ELS        Sojuz-ST-A/Fregat-M  Falcon Eye 2
0?    ??:??             KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
13    19:45-21:45       Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/551          AEHF-6
15    ??:??             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos (Uragan-M)
18    ??:??             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
24    01:50             Kourou ZLV        Vega                 SSMS POC (kilkadziesiąt różnych satelitów)
31    ??:??             Wallops 0B        Minotaur-4           NRO L-129
3D    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
3D    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            SAOCOM-1B, SSO-1 (Capella 2, GNOMES-1, ?)
??    ??:??             Mojave 12/30      B-747/LauncherOne    MiniCarb, PAN A, PAN B, STP-27VP (x 8?)
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             Beidou-3 G2Q
??    ??:??             Wenchang          CZ-7A                TSJ-6
??    ??:??             Sriharikota       PSLV                 Cartosat-3B
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: Slavin w Luty 09, 2020, 11:52
Rakieta H-IIA wysyła na orbitę japońskiego satelitę zwiadowczego.

Na zdjęciu: Rakieta H-IIA na stanowisku startowym w 2017 roku. Źródło: Shinntarou.

(https://www.urania.edu.pl/sites/default/files/styles/max_1300x1300/public/2020-02/800px-H-2AF37.jpg?itok=qzCK40Rc)

Japońska rakieta nośna H-IIA wyniosła na orbitę rządowego satelitę rozpoznawczego IGS Optical 7.

Start został przeprowadzony z portu kosmicznego Tanegashima. Rakieta wystartowała 9 lutego o 10:34 czasu lokalnego. Cały lot przebiegł pomyślnie i po 21 minutach od startu ładunek szpiegowski został wypuszczony na orbicie.

IGS czyli Information Gathering Satellites to zestaw optycznych i radarowych satelitów rozpoznawczych Japonii. Program powstał po 1998 roku, kiedy Korea Północna wykonała pierwszą próbę umieszczenia ładunku na orbicie. Japonia podjęła wtedy decyzję o budowie własnego systemu rozpoznania satelitarnego. System ten oprócz celów wojskowych ma też zastosowania cywilne.

IGS Optical 7 to już trzeci satelita 3. generacji japońskiego systemu rozpoznania optycznego. Niektóre źródła podają, że statki te są wyposażone w optykę umożliwiającą rejestrowanie obrazów Ziemi o rozdzielczości do 40 cm/px. Poprzednie dwa satelity tej generacji (IGS Optical 5 i 6) były wysyłane w 2015 i 2018 roku.

Był to 9. start rakiety orbitalnej na świecie w tym roku i pierwszy start japońskiego systemu.

https://www.urania.edu.pl/wiadomosci/rakieta-h-iia-wysyla-na-orbite-japonskiego-satelite-zwiadowczego (https://www.urania.edu.pl/wiadomosci/rakieta-h-iia-wysyla-na-orbite-japonskiego-satelite-zwiadowczego)

https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/02/09/h-2a-f41-launch/ (https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/02/09/h-2a-f41-launch/)
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Luty 09, 2020, 17:42

STYCZEŃ 2020

07    02:19:00          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
07    15:20:15          Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             TJS-5
15    02:53:05          Taiyuan 9         CZ-2D                Jilin-1 Kuanfu-01, NuSat-7, NuSat-8
16    03:02             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Yinhe-1
16    21:05-23:00       Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          Eutelsat Konnect, GSAT-30
29    14:06:49          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
31    02:56             Onenui 1          Electron/Curie       NRO L-151

LUTY 2020

06    21:42:41          Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
09    01:34             Tanegashima Y1    H-2A/202             IGS Optical-7
09    15:45             Semnam 2          Simorgh              Zafar-1
__________________________________________________________________________________________
09    22:39:30          Wallops 0A        Antares-230+         Cygnus-13
10    04:03-06:03       Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/411          SolO
10-16 ??:??             Sriharikota S     GSLV Mk 2            GISAT-1
15    15:46             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
17    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-2C                Yaogan-30 Group-06 (Chuangxin-5 16-18)
18    22:14             Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          JCSat-17, GEO-KOMPSAT-2B
20    ??:??             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1a/Fregat-M  Kosmos (Meridian-9)
21    20:30-00:00       Kodiak 3B         Rocket v3.0          NSLSAT-1
25    ??:??             Jiuquan           KZ-11                Jiama Shexian Bao Tance, Tianiy-4, Zhongwei-1,
                                                               Xianrikui-1A, -1B, Yijian Duoxing
??    ??:??             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Xingyun-2 01 i Xingyun-2 02
??    ??:??             Jiuquan           CZ-11                ?
??    ??:??             Sriharikota S     PSLV-QL              RISAT-2BR2, KSM-1, 2, 3, 4, Lemur-2z x 4
??    ??:??             Sriharikota       GSLV Mk 2            GSAT-32

MARZEC 2020

02    06:45             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Dragon-20
06    01:33             Kourou ELS        Sojuz-ST-A/Fregat-M  Falcon Eye 2
0?    ??:??             KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
13    19:45-21:45       Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/551          AEHF-6
15    ??:??             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos (Uragan-M)
18    ??:??             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
24    01:50             Kourou ZLV        Vega                 SSMS POC (kilkadziesiąt różnych satelitów)
31    ??:??             Wallops 0B        Minotaur-4           NRO L-129
3D    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
3D    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            SAOCOM-1B, SSO-1 (Capella 2, GNOMES-1, ?)
??    ??:??             Mojave 12/30      B-747/LauncherOne    MiniCarb, PAN A, PAN B, STP-27VP (x 8?)
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             Beidou-3 G2Q
??    ??:??             Wenchang          CZ-7A                TSJ-6
??    ??:??             Sriharikota       PSLV                 Cartosat-3B
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Luty 09, 2020, 17:43
9 lutego o 15:45 z Semnan wystartowała rakieta Simorgh z satelitą Zafar-1. Miał on być umieszczony w T+8 minut na orbicie o parametrach: hp=530 km, ha=530 km, i=56°, jednak osiągnął wysokość 541 km, ale prędkość orbitalną 6,4 km/s, czyli o 1 km/s za niską.
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: Orionid w Luty 09, 2020, 19:26
Konstelacja OneWeb uzupełniona
  06.02. o 21:42:41,095 z Bajkonuru wystrzelona została RN Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M, która wyniosła pomiędzy T+1h 07' 19"
a T+3h 41' 46" na orbitę o parametrach: hp=450 km, ha=450 km, i=97,4° 34 satelity konstelacji OneWeb.
http://lk.astronautilus.pl/n200201.htm#02

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HvNTo-1fpQY
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HvNTo-1fpQY

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SKb3sy5qJ24
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SKb3sy5qJ24

Photos: Soyuz rocket poised for launch with 34 OneWeb satellites
February 6, 2020 Stephen Clark

(https://mk0spaceflightnoa02a.kinstacdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/IMG_8305-copy.jpg)
Credit: Stephen Clark / Spaceflight Now
https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/02/06/photos-soyuz-rocket-poised-for-launch-with-34-oneweb-satellites/

Arianespace helps boost global connectivity with its latest Soyuz mission at the service of OneWeb
February 7, 2020

(https://www.arianespace.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/2-7-2020-ST27-success-pano2.jpg)

The cluster of spacecraft – produced by the OneWeb Satellites joint venture of OneWeb and Airbus – was deployed into a circular low Earth orbit on February 7 during a flight lasting 3 hours and 45 minutes from liftoff to final payload separation. It was conducted by Arianespace and its Starsem affiliate.

After an initial powered phase of Soyuz’ three lower stages, the flight – designated ST27 in Arianespace’s numbering system – included two burns of the Fregat upper stage to place its passengers at their targeted deployment points. Total lift performance was estimated at 5,504 kg.

Arianespace and OneWeb

“Arianespace and Starsem are delighted to announced that the 34 satellites entrusted on this Soyuz launch have been separated as planned!” said Stéphane Israël, CEO for both companies, in his post-launch comments from Baikonur Cosmodrome. “This ST27 mission from Baikonur is another step towards making OneWeb’s global network a reality.”

Arianespace is to perform 19 more Soyuz launches – along with the first launch of Ariane 62 – for OneWeb, from three different space centers.

Bridging the digital divide with OneWeb

Flight ST27 was Arianespace’s second launch on behalf of the global satellite operator – following the February 2019 Soyuz mission from French Guiana that successfully orbited OneWeb’s first six satellites. The company’s initial constellation is based on approximately 650 satellites and will scale to more than 900 as it grows to meet demand around the world.

OneWeb’s constellation supports a wide range of markets, including aeronautics, maritime, backhaul services, community Wi-Fi, emergency response services and more. The operator also is focused on connecting unconnected schools and working to “bridge the digital divide” for people everywhere.

“For us it’s a big day,” said OneWeb CEO Adrian Steckel after the success was confirmed. “This is an important step in deploying our full constellation.”

He added: “We look forward to continuing our deep partnership with Arianespace, as well as with Soyuz.”

Continuing the mission pace in 2020

Up next in Arianespace’s launch calendar is Flight VA252 from the Spaceport in French Guiana, which will utilize and Ariane 5 to orbit satellite passengers for SKY Perfect JSAT Corporation and Korea Aerospace Research Institute (KARI) on a mission planned for February 18. It will be the company’s second launch this year from French Guiana, following Arianespace’s year-opening Ariane 5 success on January 16.
https://www.arianespace.com/mission-update/soyuz-st27-success/

Спутники OneWeb выведены на орбиту
07.02.2020 05:30

Сегодня ночью, 7 февраля 2020 года в 00:42 мск, с космодрома Байконур состоялся успешный пуск ракеты-носителя «Союз-2.1б» с разгонным блоком «Фрегат» и 34 космическими аппаратами спутниковой системы связи OneWeb. Спустя 562 секунды головная часть штатно отделилась от третьей ступени носителя.

Последовательное отделение девяти групп космических аппаратов от разгонного блока прошло штатно в соответствии с циклограммой полета после двух включений маршевой двигательной установки «Фрегата». Все 34 спутника успешно выведены на целевые орбиты.

Низкоорбитальные космические аппараты OneWeb предназначены для обеспечения наземных потребителей высокоскоростным интернетом напрямую через спутниковую связь. Орбитальная группировка будет состоять из 18 плоскостей по 36 аппаратов в каждой. Запуски спутников планируется осуществлять с космодромов Байконур, Восточный и из Гвианского космического центра.

Первые шесть спутников OneWeb были запущены из Гвианского космического центра с помощью ракеты-носителя «Союз-СТ-Б» и разгонного блока «Фрегат-М» 28 февраля 2019 года. В общей сложности компания намеревается развернуть на околоземной орбите около 600 спутников и начать их коммерческое использование в 2020 году. К 2021 году OneWeb намерена обеспечить 24-часовое покрытие Земли связью.
https://www.roscosmos.ru/28005/

https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2020/02/50th-arianespace-starsem-mission-oneweb-launch/

Artykuły astronautyczne (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3543.msg141281#msg141281)

https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/oneweb.htm
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: ah w Luty 09, 2020, 19:39
9 lutego o 15:45 z Semnan wystartowała rakieta Simorgh z satelitą Zafar-1. Miał on być mieszczony w T+8 minut na orbicie o parametrach: hp=530 km, ha=530 km, i=56°, jednak osiągnął wysokość 541 km, ale prędkość orbitalną 6,4 km/s, czyli o 1 km/s za niską.
Tu jest oficjalne potwierdzenie w telewizji irańskiej i krótki filmik ze startu:
https://twitter.com/mo_hashemi/status/1226545615729025025 (https://twitter.com/mo_hashemi/status/1226545615729025025)
Podobno start był przesuwany z powodu weekendowej serii cyberataków na Iran. Ciekawe, czy nieudana satelizacja ma z tym jakiś związek, czy to kolejny problem techniczny  ;).
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Luty 10, 2020, 09:52

STYCZEŃ 2020

07    02:19:00          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
07    15:20:15          Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             TJS-5
15    02:53:05          Taiyuan 9         CZ-2D                Jilin-1 Kuanfu-01, NuSat-7, NuSat-8
16    03:02             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Yinhe-1
16    21:05-23:00       Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          Eutelsat Konnect, GSAT-30
29    14:06:49          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
31    02:56             Onenui 1          Electron/Curie       NRO L-151

LUTY 2020

06    21:42:41          Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
09    01:34             Tanegashima Y1    H-2A/202             IGS Optical-7
09    15:48:14          Semnam 2          Simorgh              Zafar-1
10    04:03             Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/411          SolO
__________________________________________________________________________________________
13    21:06             Wallops 0A        Antares-230+         Cygnus-13
12-16 ??:??             Sriharikota S     GSLV Mk 2            GISAT-1
15    15:46             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
17    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-2C                Yaogan-30 Group-06 (Chuangxin-5 16-18)
18    22:14             Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          JCSat-17, GEO-KOMPSAT-2B
20    ??:??             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1a/Fregat-M  Kosmos (Meridian-9)
21    20:30-00:00       Kodiak 3B         Rocket v3.0          NSLSAT-1
25    ??:??             Jiuquan           KZ-11                Jiama Shexian Bao Tance, Tianiy-4, Zhongwei-1,
                                                               Xianrikui-1A, -1B, Yijian Duoxing
??    ??:??             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Xingyun-2 01 i Xingyun-2 02
??    ??:??             Jiuquan           CZ-11                ?
??    ??:??             Sriharikota S     PSLV-QL              RISAT-2BR2, KSM-1, 2, 3, 4, Lemur-2z x 4
??    ??:??             Sriharikota       GSLV Mk 2            GSAT-32

MARZEC 2020

02    06:45             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Dragon-20
06    01:33             Kourou ELS        Sojuz-ST-A/Fregat-M  Falcon Eye 2
0?    ??:??             KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
13    19:45-21:45       Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/551          AEHF-6
15    ??:??             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos (Uragan-M)
18    ??:??             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
24    01:50             Kourou ZLV        Vega                 SSMS POC (kilkadziesiąt różnych satelitów)
31    ??:??             Wallops 0B        Minotaur-4           NRO L-129
3D    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
3D    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            SAOCOM-1B, SSO-1 (Capella 2, GNOMES-1, ?)
??    ??:??             Mojave 12/30      B-747/LauncherOne    MiniCarb, PAN A, PAN B, STP-27VP (x 8?)
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             Beidou-3 G2Q
??    ??:??             Wenchang          CZ-7A                TSJ-6
??    ??:??             Sriharikota       PSLV                 Cartosat-3B
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: Adam.Przybyla w Luty 11, 2020, 09:20
https://twitter.com/mshaltouki/status/1226982844481908737
na wypadek jakby nikt ie patrzyl;-) Wyrowannie do prawa, widac kto pisal;-)
Z powazaniem
                         Adam Przybyla
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Luty 12, 2020, 20:55

STYCZEŃ 2020

07    02:19:00          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
07    15:20:15          Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             TJS-5
15    02:53:05          Taiyuan 9         CZ-2D                Jilin-1 Kuanfu-01, NuSat-7, NuSat-8
16    03:02             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Yinhe-1
16    21:05-23:00       Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          Eutelsat Konnect, GSAT-30
29    14:06:49          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
31    02:56             Onenui 1          Electron/Curie       NRO L-151

LUTY 2020

06    21:42:41          Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
09    01:34             Tanegashima Y1    H-2A/202             IGS Optical-7
09    15:48:14          Semnam 2          Simorgh              Zafar-1
10    04:03:00          Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/411          SolO
__________________________________________________________________________________________
14    20:43             Wallops 0A        Antares-230+         Cygnus-13
15    15:46             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
18    22:18-23:20       Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          JCSat-17, GEO-KOMPSAT-2B
19/21 ??:??             Xichang           CZ-4C                Yaogan-30 Group-06 (Chuangxin-5 16-18) ?
20    08:00-10:00       Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1a/Fregat-M  Kosmos (Meridian-9)
21    20:30-00:00       Kodiak 3B         Rocket v3.0          NSLSAT-1
28    00:00             Sriharikota S     GSLV Mk 2            GISAT-1
??    ??:??             Xichang 3         CZ-2D                XJS-F (?)
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-11                CX-6-01 ?

MARZEC 2020

02    06:45             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Dragon-20
06    01:33             Kourou ELS        Sojuz-ST-A/Fregat-M  Falcon Eye 2
0?    ??:??             KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
13    19:45-21:45       Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/551          AEHF-6
15    ??:??             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos (Uragan-M)
18    ??:??             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
24    01:50             Kourou ZLV        Vega                 SSMS POC (kilkadziesiąt różnych satelitów)
31    ??:??             Wallops 0B        Minotaur-4           NRO L-129
3D    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
3D    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            SAOCOM-1B, SSO-1 (Capella 2, GNOMES-1, ?)
??    ??:??             Sriharikota S     PSLV-QL              RISAT-2BR2, KSM-1, 2, 3, 4, Lemur-2z x 4
??    ??:??             Mojave 12/30      B-747/LauncherOne    MiniCarb, PAN A, PAN B, STP-27VP (x 8?)
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             Beidou-3 G2Q
??    ??:??             Wenchang          CZ-7A                TJSW-6
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: Orionid w Luty 13, 2020, 18:48
Japonia podgląda Koreę
  09.02. o 01:34 z Tanegashima wystrzelona została RN H-2A (202), która wyniosła na orbitę o parametrach: hp=477 km, ha=506 km,
i=97,40º satelitę zwiadu optycznego IGS Optical-7.
http://lk.astronautilus.pl/n200201.htm#03

Rakietowa niedziela i poniedziałek (09-10.02.2020)
BY KRZYSZTOF KANAWKA ON 10 LUTEGO 2020

(https://kosmonauta.net/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/2020_02_09-h2a-001.jpg)
Start H-2A z IGS Optical-7 / Credits- NVS

W niedzielę (9 luty) i poniedziałek (10 luty) doszło do trzech startów rakiet, z czego jeden start był nieudany.

Dziewiątego lutego o godzinie 02:34 CET nastąpił start japońskiej rakiety H-2A. Start nastąpił z kosmodromu Tanegashima. Na pokładzie znalazł się satelita  IGS Optical-7. Jest to satelita zwiadowczy, element systemu obserwacyjnego rządu Japonii. Ten system jest budowany od końca lat 90. XX wieku, od czasu pierwszych prób wysłania satelitów przez Koreę Północną. IGS Optical-7 jest szesnastym satelitą systemu zwiadowczego Japonii.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OBtfD_uvBJg
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OBtfD_uvBJg&feature=emb_title

Start H-2A z IGS Optical-7 / Credits – NVS
https://kosmonauta.net/2020/02/rakietowa-niedziela-i-poniedzialek-09-10-02-2020/#prettyPhoto

https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3863.msg141258#msg141258

Japan launches optical spy satellite
February 9, 2020 Stephen Clark

(https://mk0spaceflightnoa02a.kinstacdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/h2af41_quick1.jpg)
An H-2A rocket lifted off at 10:34 a.m. Japan Standard Time on Monday from the Tanegashima Space Center with a Japanese intelligence-gathering satellite. Credit: NVS video

(...) The H-2A rocket soared into clear skies and headed toward the south from Tanegahima with 1.4 million pounds of thrust from its first stage engine and strap-on boosters. The solid-fueled rocket motors burned out and jettison nearly two minutes into the flight, and the H-2A’s aerodynamic payload shroud separated roughly four minutes after liftoff.

Shutdown of the LE-7A first stage engine and stage separation occurred nearly seven minutes into the mission, and the upper stage’s LE-5B engine fired to place the Japanese government’s newest spy satellite into polar orbit.

Officials confirmed separation of the intelligence-gathering payload around 21 minutes after liftoff.

Japan’s government-owned orbiting robotic spy platforms are officially known as “Information Gathering Satellites” and come in radar and optical imaging variants. The spacecraft awaiting liftoff on the next H-2A flight — designated IGS Optical 7 — is the 18th Information Gathering Satellite launched by Japan’s government since 2003, including two satellites lost in an H-2A launch failure.

The spacecraft’s specifications, including its imaging performance, are kept secret by the Japanese government. The Information Gathering Satellites are operated by the Cabinet Satellite Intelligence Center, which reports directly to the Japanese government’s executive leadership.

The H-2A rocket with the IGS Optical 7 satellite flew in the basic “202” configuration with two strap-on solid rocket boosters. Heavier satellites launching on the H-2A sometimes need four boosters to reach orbit.

The mission marked the 41st flight of an H-2A rocket since 2001, and the first Japanese space launch of 2020.
https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/02/09/h-2a-f41-launch/

https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2020/02/h-iia-igs-optical-7-launch/

https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2020/02/10/national/japan-spy-satellite-north-korea/

https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/igs-optical-5.htm
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Luty 15, 2020, 10:09

STYCZEŃ 2020

07    02:19:00          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
07    15:20:15          Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             TJS-5
15    02:53:05          Taiyuan 9         CZ-2D                Jilin-1 Kuanfu-01, NuSat-7, NuSat-8
16    03:02             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Yinhe-1
16    21:05-23:00       Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          Eutelsat Konnect, GSAT-30
29    14:06:49          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
31    02:56             Onenui 1          Electron/Curie       NRO L-151

LUTY 2020

06    21:42:41          Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
09    01:34             Tanegashima Y1    H-2A/202             IGS Optical-7
09    15:48:14          Semnam 2          Simorgh              Zafar-1
10    04:03:00          Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/411          SolO
__________________________________________________________________________________________
15    20:21:00          Wallops 0A        Antares-230+         Cygnus-13
16    15:25             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
18    22:18-23:20       Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          JCSat-17, GEO-KOMPSAT-2B
19/21 ??:??             Xichang 3         CZ-2D                XJS-F ?
20    08:00-10:00       Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1a/Fregat-M  Kosmos (Meridian-9)
25    20:30-00:00       Kodiak 3B         Rocket v3.0          NSLSAT-1
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-11                CX-6-01 ?

MARZEC 2020

02    06:45             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Dragon-20
05    12:48             Sriharikota S     GSLV Mk 2            GISAT-1
06    01:33             Kourou ELS        Sojuz-ST-A/Fregat-M  Falcon Eye 2
0?    ??:??             KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
15    ??:??             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos (Uragan-M)
18    ??:??             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
19    19:22-21:22       Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/551          AEHF-6
24    01:50             Kourou ZLV        Vega                 SSMS POC (kilkadziesiąt różnych satelitów)
31    ??:??             Wallops 0B        Minotaur-4           NRO L-129
3D    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
3D    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            SAOCOM-1B, SSO-1 (Capella 2, GNOMES-1, ?)
??    ??:??             Sriharikota S     PSLV-QL              RISAT-2BR2, KSM-1, 2, 3, 4, Lemur-2z x 4
??    ??:??             Mojave 12/30      B-747/LauncherOne    MiniCarb, PAN A, PAN B, STP-27VP (x 8?)
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             Beidou-3 G2Q
??    ??:??             Wenchang          CZ-7A                TJSW-6
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: kanarkusmaximus w Luty 15, 2020, 20:06
Tylko grzecznie przypominam, że dziś start Cygnusa na Antaresie - za nieco ponad godzinkę!
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: Limax7 w Luty 15, 2020, 21:09
Tylko grzecznie przypominam, że dziś start Cygnusa na Antaresie - za nieco ponad godzinkę!

O tak! Za parę minut start :) Szkoda że ISS nie jest obecnie widoczna, można by spróbować złapać moment podchodzenia Cygnusa do ISS
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: kanarkusmaximus w Luty 15, 2020, 21:22
Leci! Jak na razie wszystko dobrze idzie!
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: kanarkusmaximus w Luty 15, 2020, 21:29
Chyba coś nieprofesjonalnego w wypowiedziach się pojawiło w trakcie lotu, bo część ekipy zaczęła się śmiać i ktoś inny powiedział "hot microphone countdown 1" (pewnie stanowisko) po czym tę osobę wycieli. :)

Zaraz uwolnienie Cygnusa.
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: Juzek w Luty 15, 2020, 21:34
W trakcie separacji odgłosy dzwonienia na voice mail. Loty w kosmos powszednieją :)
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: kanarkusmaximus w Luty 15, 2020, 21:35
W trakcie separacji odgłosy dzwonienia na voice mail. Loty w kosmos powszednieją :)

Mocne, tego chyba nigdy nie słyszeliśmy w żadnym starcie rakiety. :)
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Luty 15, 2020, 21:37

STYCZEŃ 2020

07    02:19:00          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
07    15:20:15          Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             TJS-5
15    02:53:05          Taiyuan 9         CZ-2D                Jilin-1 Kuanfu-01, NuSat-7, NuSat-8
16    03:02             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Yinhe-1
16    21:05-23:00       Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          Eutelsat Konnect, GSAT-30
29    14:06:49          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
31    02:56             Onenui 1          Electron/Curie       NRO L-151

LUTY 2020

06    21:42:41          Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
09    01:34             Tanegashima Y1    H-2A/202             IGS Optical-7
09    15:48:14          Semnam 2          Simorgh              Zafar-1
10    04:03:00          Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/411          SolO
15    20:21:05          Wallops 0A        Antares-230+         Cygnus-13
__________________________________________________________________________________________
17    15:05:55          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
18    22:18-23:20       Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA+         JCSat-17, GEO-KOMPSAT-2B
19    21:05             Xichang 3         CZ-2D                XJS-F ?
20    08:00-10:00       Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1a/Fregat-M  Kosmos (Meridian-9)
25    20:30-00:00       Kodiak 3B         Rocket v3.0          NSLSAT-1
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-11                CX-6-01 ?

MARZEC 2020

02    06:45             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Dragon-20
05    12:48             Sriharikota S     GSLV Mk 2            GISAT-1
06    01:33             Kourou ELS        Sojuz-ST-A/Fregat-M  Falcon Eye 2
0?    ??:??             KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
15    ??:??             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos (Uragan-M)
18    ??:??             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
19    19:22-21:22       Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/551          AEHF-6
24    01:50             Kourou ZLV        Vega                 SSMS POC (kilkadziesiąt różnych satelitów)
31    ??:??             Wallops 0B        Minotaur-4           NRO L-129
3D    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
3D    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            SAOCOM-1B, SSO-1 (Capella 2, GNOMES-1, ?)
??    ??:??             Sriharikota S     PSLV-QL              RISAT-2BR2, KSM-1, 2, 3, 4, Lemur-2z x 4
??    ??:??             Mojave 12/30      B-747/LauncherOne    MiniCarb, PAN A, PAN B, STP-27VP (x 8?)
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             Beidou-3 G2Q
??    ??:??             Wenchang          CZ-7A                TJSW-6
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: kanarkusmaximus w Luty 15, 2020, 22:05
Nagranie ze startu:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A5ApQ8k_Gt0

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A5ApQ8k_Gt0

Wesołe momenty to: tuż po 43 minucie (śmiech i hot mike oraz wcześniej jakieś dzieciaki w tle) oraz 45:30 (nieudane połączenie telefonu!) a po 47 minucie obraz zaczyna się kręci (pewnie stracili telemetrię z górnego stopnia).

Miodzio!
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: ah w Luty 17, 2020, 08:39
Na weibo pojawiły się zdjęcia roll-outu CZ-7A, prawdopodobnie do testów przedstartowych. Nieoficjalne informacje mówiły o starcie w marcu.
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Jest też na ten temat krótki artykuł po angielsku: https://spacenews.com/china-quietly-rolls-out-new-rocket-to-launch-mystery-satellite/ (https://spacenews.com/china-quietly-rolls-out-new-rocket-to-launch-mystery-satellite/)
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Luty 17, 2020, 18:52

STYCZEŃ 2020

07    02:19:00          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
07    15:20:15          Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             TJS-5
15    02:53:05          Taiyuan 9         CZ-2D                Jilin-1 Kuanfu-01, NuSat-7, NuSat-8
16    03:02             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Yinhe-1
16    21:05-23:00       Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          Eutelsat Konnect, GSAT-30
29    14:06:49          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
31    02:56             Onenui 1          Electron/Curie       NRO L-151

LUTY 2020

06    21:42:41          Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
09    01:34             Tanegashima Y1    H-2A/202             IGS Optical-7
09    15:48:14          Semnam 2          Simorgh              Zafar-1
10    04:03:00          Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/411          SolO
15    20:21:05          Wallops 0A        Antares-230+         Cygnus-13
17    15:05:55          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
18    22:18             Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA+         JCSat-17, GEO-KOMPSAT-2B
__________________________________________________________________________________________
19    21:05             Xichang 3         CZ-2D                XJS-F ?
20    08:00-10:00       Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1a/Fregat-M  Kosmos (Meridian-9)
25    20:30-00:00       Kodiak 3B         Rocket v3.0          NSLSAT-1
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-11                CX-6-01 ?

MARZEC 2020

02    06:45             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Dragon-20
05    12:48             Sriharikota S     GSLV Mk 2            GISAT-1
06    01:33             Kourou ELS        Sojuz-ST-A/Fregat-M  Falcon Eye 2
0?    ??:??             KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
15    ??:??             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos (Uragan-M)
18    ??:??             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
19    19:22-21:22       Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/551          AEHF-6
24    01:50             Kourou ZLV        Vega                 SSMS POC (kilkadziesiąt różnych satelitów)
31    ??:??             Wallops 0B        Minotaur-4           NRO L-129
3D    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
3D    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            SAOCOM-1B, SSO-1 (Capella 2, GNOMES-1, ?)
??    ??:??             Sriharikota S     PSLV-QL              RISAT-2BR2, KSM-1, 2, 3, 4, Lemur-2z x 4
??    ??:??             Mojave 12/30      B-747/LauncherOne    MiniCarb, PAN A, PAN B, STP-27VP (x 8?)
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             Beidou-3 G2Q
??    ??:??             Wenchang          CZ-7A                TJSW-6
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: kanarkusmaximus w Luty 19, 2020, 10:58
Nagranie startu Ariane 5:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Gcr3YHUrQ0
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Gcr3YHUrQ0
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: Orionid w Luty 19, 2020, 15:06
Start Ariane
  18.02. o 22:18 z Kourou wystrzelona została RN Ariane-5ECA+, która wyniosła na orbitę o parametrach: hp=250 km, ha=35786 km,
i=6° satelitę telekomunikacyjnego JCSat-17 i meteorologicznego GEO-KOMPSAT-2B (GK2B, Cheollian 2B).
http://lk.astronautilus.pl/n200216.htm#02

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8LQ_iotrEA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8LQ_iotrEA

Some statistics on today's flight:

252nd launch of an Ariane rocket since 1979
317th Arianespace mission
108th launch of an Ariane 5 rocket since 1996
21st Sky Perfect JSAT satellite launched by Arianespace
47th Lockheed Martin-built satellite launched by Arianespace
8th South Korean satellite launched by Arianespace
75th launch of an Ariane 5 ECA rocket since 2002
83rd flight of a Vulcain 2 engine
107th flight of an HM7B engine
93rd Ariane 5 launch targeting GTO
2nd launch from the Guiana Space Center in 2020
2nd Ariane 5 launch in 2020

Arianespace’s Ariane 5 soars to success with JCSAT-17 and GEO-KOMPSAT-2B
February 18, 2020

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Lifting off from the Spaceport in French Guiana, today’s flight delivered an estimated payload lift performance of 10,109 kg. JCSAT-17 was released first, separating from Ariane 5 at 27 minutes after liftoff; followed four minutes later by its GEO-KOMPSAT-2B co-passenger.
https://www.arianespace.com/mission-update/va252-ariane-5-success/

Japanese communications satellite and South Korean weather satellite launch on Ariane 5
by Caleb Henry — February 18, 2020

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The launch was Arianespace's third of the year. Credit: Arianespace webcast.

WASHINGTON — Arianespace completed its third launch of the year Feb. 18, sending a Japanese communications satellite and a South Korean weather satellite into geostationary transfer orbits.

An Ariane 5 rocket lifted off at 5:18 p.m. Eastern from the Guiana Space Center in Kourou, French Guiana with Sky Perfect JSAT’s JCSAT-17 satellite and the South Korean space agency KARI’s GEO-KOMPSAT-2B satellite.

Sky Perfect JSAT fleet grows to 20 satellites

JCSAT-17, the heavier of the two satellites, separated from the rocket’s upper stage approximately 28 minutes after liftoff. The 5,900-kilogram satellite from manufacturer Lockheed Martin carries C- and Ku-band transponders, and an 18-meter S-band reflector from L3Harris Technologies.

Sky Perfect JSAT now operates 19 geostationary communications satellites and SDS-4, an experimental ship-tracking smallsat in low Earth orbit satellite that it inherited from the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency.

Sky Perfect JSAT will use JCSAT-17 to provide connectivity for Japanese telecommunications company NTT DOCOMO in C- and S-band, and other customers in Ku-band.

KARI completes environmental satellite pair

 KARI’s GEO-KOMPSAT-2B satellite separated 31 minutes after liftoff. The 3,400-kilogram satellite carries an ocean imaging payload from Airbus Defence and Space and an environmental spectrometer from Ball Aerospace.

KARI built the satellite to monitor air pollution and marine conditions around the Korean Peninsula. It is the second in a two-satellite environmental program, following GEO-KOMPSAT-2A, which monitors meteorological and space weather, and launched on an Ariane 5 in December 2018.

Byung-Seon Jeong, the vice minister of South Korea’s ministry of science and information and communications technology, said GEO-KOMPSAT-2B took seven years to complete. (...)
https://spacenews.com/japanese-communications-satellite-and-south-korean-weather-satellite-launch-on-ariane-5/

Ariane 5 deploys communications and environmental monitoring satellites
February 18, 2020 Stephen Clark

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Artist’s concept of the JCSAT 17 communications satellite with its 59-foot-diameter (18-meter) deployable mesh antenna. Credit: Lockheed Martin

After extending their power-generation solar arrays, the JCSAT 17 and GEO-Kompsat 2B satellites will use their own thrusters to reshape their orbits to reach a circular geostationary perch more than 22,000 miles (nearly 36,000 kilometers) above Earth. The maneuvers will also reduce the satellites’ orbital inclination from 6 degrees to 0 degrees to take position over the equator.

The JCSAT 17 spacecraft was built by Lockheed Martin near Denver and weighed 12,912 pounds (5,857 kilograms) fully fueled for launch.

JCSAT 17 is owned by Sky Perfect JSAT, a Tokyo-based company. Once in orbit, the new satellite will unfurl a 59-foot-diameter (18-meter) S-band mesh communications antenna made by L3Harris Technologies, formerly known as Harris Corp., of Melbourne, Florida.

“I just wan to say say how proud we are at Lockheed Martin to be able to deliver one of the largest and most technologically advanced satellites to our customer,” said Guy Beutelschies, vice president of communication satellite solutions at Lockheed Martin.

“We look forward to going through initial acquisition, deploying our solar arrays, moving our satellite out into its orbital position, deploying the very large 18-meter Harris reflector, and then doing all our payload checkout so that we may turn the satellite over JSAT, so that it may serve you and your customers and the people of Japan for many, many, many years to come,” Beutelschies said in remarks after Tuesday’s launch.

JCSAT 17 carries S-band, C-band and Ku-band transponders to provide data connectivity and broadcast services over Japan and other parts of the Asia-Pacific region.

The S-band and C-band payloads on JCSAT 17 will be used by NTT Docomo, a Japanese mobile phone company, to provide mobile connectivity across Japan and surrounding regions, according to Sky Perfect JSAT.

“It will take a couple of months —  maybe a month — for us to make the satellite in service,” said Eiichi Yonekura, president and CEO of Sky Perfect JSAT. “So we have to continue concentrating on taking the necessary further procedures until the mission is completed.

“Having said that, I’d like to celebrate together with you tonight our successful launch,” Yonekura said. “Including this JCSAT 17 (satellite), we are going to have to have 20 satellites in operation.”

JCSAT 17 will operate from a position along the equator at 136 degrees east longitude. The spacecraft is designed to operate at least 15 years, but it carries enough propellant to function more than 21 years, according to Lockheed Martin.

Based on the LM 2100 satellite bus, JCSAT 17 carries solar arrays designed to roll out like a window shade. Solar panels on satellites are traditionally designed to unfurl like an accordion.

The new solar array design is lighter and takes up less volume, while capable of generating more power for the satellite once in orbit. The solar arrays on JCSAT 17 will produce more than 10 kilowatts of power, including 6.5 kilowatts dedicated to the satellite’s communications payload.

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Artist’s concept of the GEO-Kompsat 2B satellite. Credit: KARI

The 7,449-pound (3,379-kilogram) GEO-Kompsat 2B spacecraft, built and owned by the Korea Aerospace Research Institute, or KARI, carries instruments to monitor the environment and oceans across the Asia-Pacific region.

The spacecraft hosts two sensors: An ocean color imager made by Airbus in Europe and a spectrometer from Ball Aerospace in Colorado. The satellite platform itself was manufactured in South Korea.

The GEO-Kompsat 2B satellite is designed to operate at least 10 years, collecting information on marine environments around the Korean Peninsula, fishery ecosystems, aerosol transport in the atmosphere, and air quality over Korea.

Byung-Seon Jeong, South Korea’s vice minister of science and information and communication technology, said the GEO-Kompsat 2B mission has been in development since 2011.

“We believe that GEO-Kompsat 2B will be an invaluable asset serving various environmental issues of humankind, especially addressing particulate matter in East Asia,” he said. “The air and ocean environmental data from GEO-Kompsat 2B is expected to significantly help many people (with) breathing concerns and minimize the damage from marine disasters.

“The government and related agencies are fully prepared to utilize the data from the satellite so that people can actually feel tangible progress,” he said. That would be the best way to make a return from all the support and trust we received from the people of our country. I’m very pleased that the successful launch of GEO-Kompsat 2B has proved Korea as one of the top space technology countries, and furthers the confidence and pride of our people.”

The Geostationary Environment Monitoring Spectrometer instrument built by Ball Aerospace is billed as the first air quality sensor in geostationary orbit. The spectrometer will take hourly measurements of air pollution, including ozone and nitrogen dioxide, to improve early warnings for potentially dangerous pollution events, according to Ball Aerospace.

“GEMS is a result of more than 30 years of innovation in advanced spectrometers at Ball Aerospace,” said Makenzie Lystrup, vice president and general manager of civil space programs at Ball Aerospace. “Data from GEMS will enable KARI’s mission to assess and forecast air pollution by identifying sources and distribution of pollutants in the atmosphere.”

The GEO-Kompsat 2B mission follows the launch of GEO-Kompsat 2A on an Ariane 5 rocket in 2018. While GEO-Kompsat 2B is focused on observing the oceans and air quality, the GEO-Kompsat 2A spacecraft is a dedicated weather satellite providing information to South Korean forecasters.
https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/02/18/ariane-5-deploys-communications-and-environmental-monitoring-satellites/

https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2020/02/ariane-5-japanese-south-korean-satellites-gto/

JCSat 17  https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/jcsat-17.htm
GEO-KOMPSAT 2B (GK 2B, Cheollian 2B)  https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/geo-kompsat-2b.htm
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Luty 19, 2020, 22:43

STYCZEŃ 2020

07    02:19:00          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
07    15:20:15          Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             TJS-5
15    02:53:05          Taiyuan 9         CZ-2D                Jilin-1 Kuanfu-01, NuSat-7, NuSat-8
16    03:02             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Yinhe-1
16    21:05-23:00       Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          Eutelsat Konnect, GSAT-30
29    14:06:49          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
31    02:56             Onenui 1          Electron/Curie       NRO L-151

LUTY 2020

06    21:42:41          Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
09    01:34             Tanegashima Y1    H-2A/202             IGS Optical-7
09    15:48:14          Semnam 2          Simorgh              Zafar-1
10    04:03:00          Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/411          SolO
15    20:21:05          Wallops 0A        Antares-230+         Cygnus-13
17    15:05:55          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
18    22:18             Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA+         JCSat-17, GEO-KOMPSAT-2B
19    21:07             Xichang 3         CZ-2D                XJS-C, D, E, F
20    08:24:54          Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1a/Fregat-M  Kosmos 2545 (Meridian-M 9)
__________________________________________________________________________________________
25    20:30-04:00       Kodiak 3B         Rocket v3.0          NSLSAT-1
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-11                CX-6-01 ?

MARZEC 2020

02    06:45             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Dragon-20
04    ??:??             KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
06    01:33             Kourou ELS        Sojuz-ST-A/Fregat-M  Falcon Eye 2
15    ??:??             Sriharikota S     GSLV Mk 2            GISAT-1
15    18:27             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos (Uragan-M)
19    19:22-21:22       Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/551          AEHF-6
20-21 ??:??             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
24    01:50             Kourou ZLV        Vega                 SSMS POC (kilkadziesiąt różnych satelitów)
30    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            SAOCOM-1B, SSO-1 (Capella 2, GNOMES-1, ?)
31    ??:??             Bajkonur 200/39   Proton-M/Briz-M      Ekspress-80, Ekspress-103
31    ??:??             Wallops 0B        Minotaur-4           NRO L-129
3D    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
??    ??:??             Mojave 12/30      B-747/LauncherOne    MiniCarb, PAN A, PAN B, STP-27VP (x 8?)
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             Beidou-3 G2Q
??    ??:??             Wenchang 201      CZ-7A                XJY-6
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: Orionid w Luty 20, 2020, 06:26
Start z Xichang
  19.02. o 21:15 z Xichang wystrzelona została RN CZ-2D, która wyniesie na orbitę prawdopodobnie satelitę XJS-F (Xinjishu Yanzheng).

Aktualizacja:
19.02. o 21:07 z Xichang wystrzelona została RN CZ-2D (po raz pierwszy z tego kosmodromu), która wyniosła na orbitę o przybliżonych parametrach: hp=480 km, ha=480 km, i=35° cztery satelity technologiczne XJS (Xin Jishu Shiyan), oznaczone symbolami C, D, E i F.
http://lk.astronautilus.pl/n200216.htm#03

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hyR5_DYnfOQ

China launches 4 new technology experiment satellites
Source: Xinhua| 2020-02-20 06:26:14|Editor: huaxia

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Four new technology experiment satellites are launched by a Long March-2D carrier rocket from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in southwest China's Sichuan Province, Feb. 20, 2020. China sent four new technology experiment satellites into planned orbit from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center Thursday. (Photo by Jiao Huangxin/Xinhua)

XICHANG, Feb. 20 (Xinhua) -- China sent four new technology experiment satellites into planned orbit from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in southwest China's Sichuan Province Thursday.

The satellites, launched by a Long March-2D carrier rocket at 5:07 a.m. (Beijing Time), will be mainly used for the new Earth-observation technology experiment.

The carrier rocket and two of the satellites were developed by the Shanghai Academy of Spaceflight Technology, the other two satellites were respectively developed by the Harbin Institute of Technology and the DFH Satellite Co. Ltd.

Thursday's launch was the 326th mission of the Long March rocket series.
http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/2020-02/20/c_138799871.htm

China launches four ‘technology experiment satellites’
February 19, 2020 Stephen Clark

A Chinese Long March 2D rocket carried four “technology experiment satellites” into orbit Wednesday from the Xichang space center in southwestern China, according to the country’s state-run media.

Few details about the satellites were disclosed by China’s government-owned media. The country’s Xinhua news agency said the satellites will be mainly used to test “new Earth-observation technology.”

The two-stage Long March 2D launcher lifted off from the Xichang space base in southwestern China’s Sichuan province at 2107 GMT (4:07 p.m. EST) Wednesday, according to Xinhua. The launch occurred at 5:07 a.m. Thursday Beijing time.

The four satellites — designated XJS C, D, E and F — separated from the Long March 2D rocket in their planned orbit, state media said. The satellites were expected to be deployed into low Earth orbit.

Two of the four satellites were developed by the Shanghai Academy of Spaceflight Technology, a division of the government-owned China Aerospace Science and Technology Corp. The other two spacecraft were developed by the Harbin Institute of Technology and the DFH Satellite Co. Ltd., according to Xinhua.

The launch of the XJS satellites marked the first flight of a Long March 2D rocket from the Xichang space center. Xichang previously hosted flights of the Long March 2C rocket variant, along with launches of the Long March 3 family of rockets.

Past Long March 2D rocket missions have lifted off the Chinese spaceports at Jiuquan and Taiyuan.

Wednesday’s mission was the fourth Chinese orbital launch of 2020, and the 14th space launch to successfully reach orbit worldwide so far this year.
https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/02/19/china-launches-four-technology-experiment-satellites/

https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2020/02/long-march-2d-maiden-launch-xichang-four-satellites/

XJS C
XJS D
XJS E
XJS F
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: Orionid w Luty 21, 2020, 07:11
Wojskowy start z Plesiecka
  20.02. o 08:24:54,291 z Plesiecka wystrzelona została RN Sojuz-2.1a/Fregat, która wyniosła w T+ 2h 15' 20" na orbitę o parametrach: hp=998 km, ha=39712 km, i=62,82° wojskowego satelitę komunikacyjnego Meridian-M 9. Otrzymał on oficjalna nazwę Kosmos 2545. Trzeci stopień rakiety działał zbyt krótko (zatankowano do niego zbyt mało materiałów pędnych), zostało to skompensowane przez stopień Fregat.
http://lk.astronautilus.pl/n200216.htm#04

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g8piSoS2ycQ
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g8piSoS2ycQ

Успешный пуск с космодрома Плесецк
20.02.2020

Сегодня, 20 февраля 2020 года, в 11:24:54 мск с Государственного испытательного космодрома Плесецк в Архангельской области проведен успешный пуск ракеты-носителя «Союз-2.1а» с российским космическим аппаратом связи «Меридиан-М».

Старт ракеты-носителя и выведение аппарата на расчетную орбиту прошли в штатном режиме. Через три минуты после старта «Союз-2.1а» был принят на сопровождение средствами наземного автоматизированного комплекса управления Главного испытательного космического центра имени Германа Титова.

В расчетное время космический аппарат «Меридиан-М» был выведен на целевую орбиту и принят на управление наземными средствами Воздушно-космических сил. С ним установлена и поддерживается устойчивая телеметрическая связь. Бортовые системы аппарата «Меридиан-М» функционируют нормально.

Космический аппарат связи «Меридиан-М» предназначен для обеспечения связи морских судов и самолетов ледовой разведки в районе Северного морского пути с береговыми, наземными станциями, расширения сети станций спутниковой связи северных районов Сибири и Дальнего Востока в интересах развития экономики Российской Федерации.

Это первый пуск ракеты-носителя «Союз-2» с космодрома Плесецк в 2020 году.
https://www.roscosmos.ru/28067/

Soyuz rocket launches Russian military satellite after one-month delay
February 20, 2020 Stephen Clark

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xfNy1QjSafU
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xfNy1QjSafU&feature=emb_title
Video credit: Russian Ministry of Defense

A Russian military communications satellite rode a Soyuz rocket and Fregat upper stage Thursday into an orbit stretching nearly 25,000 miles (40,000 kilometers) above Earth, successfully launching after a one-month delay to replace a suspect third stage on the Soyuz booster.

The Soyuz-2.1a rocket lifted off with a Meridian M communications satellite from the Plesetsk Cosmodrome in northern Russia at 0824:54 GMT (3:24:54 a.m. EST) Thursday, according to the Russian Ministry of Defense.

After taking off from the military-operated spaceport, the Soyuz booster headed southeast from Plesetsk over Russian territory and dropped its four liquid-fueled first stage boosters, core second stage and payload shroud in the first five minutes of the mission.

The Soyuz third stage ignited to place the mission’s Fregat upper stage and the Meridian M spacecraft on a suborbital trajectory. After separating from the Soyuz third stage, the Fregat main engine was expected to fire three times to maneuver the Meridian M spacecraft into an elliptical, or egg-shaped, orbit ranging between roughly 600 and 25,000 miles (about 1,000 kilometers by 39,700 kilometers) above Earth, with an inclination of 62.8 degrees to the equator.

The launch was delayed from Jan. 24 due to an electrical problem detected in the Soyuz rocket’s third stage. Russian teams elected to replace the third stage with a new unit, pushing back the launch date by nearly a month.

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A Soyuz-2.1a booster lifted off from the Plesetsk Cosmodrome in northern Russia Thursday with a Meridian M military communications satellite. Credit: Russian Ministry of Defense

According to the Russian Ministry of Defense, the Fregat upper stage deployed the Meridian M satellite into its targeted orbit, and ground teams from the Russian Aerospace Forces took control of the new spacecraft.

The defense ministry said Thursday ground controllers established a stable communications link with the satellite, and systems on-board the spacecraft are functioning normally.

The Meridian spacecraft are manufactured by ISS Reshetnev, a Russian space contractor, as replacements for a previous generation of Molniya communications satellites. The Russian contractor says the Meridian satellites weigh around 2.1 metric tons, or 4,630 pounds, and can operate for at least seven years in space.

Thanks to their elliptical orbits, Meridian satellites can link Russian ground forces, aircraft, ships and command centers in the Arctic, Siberia and the North Sea, outside the reach of stable communications coverage through geostationary satellites over the equator.

In one example of the Meridian fleet’s communications mission, the Russian Defense Ministry said the satellites relay signals between coastal stations and vessels and ice reconnaissance airplanes traveling along the Northern Sea Route in the Arctic Ocean.

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Artist’s illustration of a Meridian satellite. Credit: ISS Reshetnev

With Thursday’s mission, Russia has launched nine Meridian communications satellites since 2006 to begin replacing the Molniya family of data relay platforms. One of the Meridian satellites was lost in a Soyuz launch failure in 2011, and another was released into an off-target orbit in 2009.

Thursday’s launch sent the second upgraded Meridian M-class spacecraft into orbit. The first of the new batch of Meridian M satellites launched in July 2019.

The Meridian satellites are a part of Russia’s Integrated Satellite Communications System, working with the Russian military’s Raduga, or Globus, military data relay satellites in geostationary orbit.
https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/02/20/soyuz-rocket-launches-russian-military-satellite-after-one-month-delay/

https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2020/02/soyuz-2-1a-launches-ninth-meridian-satellite/

Meridian-M (14F112M) https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/meridian-m.htm
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Luty 28, 2020, 08:05

STYCZEŃ 2020

07    02:19:00          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
07    15:20:15          Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             TJS-5
15    02:53:05          Taiyuan 9         CZ-2D                Jilin-1 Kuanfu-01, NuSat-7, NuSat-8
16    03:02             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Yinhe-1
16    21:05-23:00       Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          Eutelsat Konnect, GSAT-30
29    14:06:49          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
31    02:56             Onenui 1          Electron/Curie       NRO L-151

LUTY 2020

06    21:42:41          Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
09    01:34             Tanegashima Y1    H-2A/202             IGS Optical-7
09    15:48:14          Semnam 2          Simorgh              Zafar-1
10    04:03:00          Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/411          SolO
15    20:21:05          Wallops 0A        Antares-230+         Cygnus-13
17    15:05:55          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
18    22:18             Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA+         JCSat-17, GEO-KOMPSAT-2B
19    21:07:41          Xichang 3         CZ-2D                XJS-C, D, E, F
20    08:24:54          Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1a/Fregat-M  Kosmos 2545 (Meridian-M 9)
__________________________________________________________________________________________
29    20:30-23:30       Kodiak 3B         Rocket v3.0          ARCE 1A, B, C?, Prometheus 2.5, SOARS

MARZEC 2020

05    12:13             Sriharikota S     GSLV Mk 2            GISAT-1
06    01:33             Kourou ELS        Sojuz-ST-A/Fregat-M  Falcon Eye 2
07    04:50             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Dragon-20
11    14:40             KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
16    18:27             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos (Uragan-M)
18    ??:??             Kodiak 2          Rocket v3.0          ?
19    19:22-21:22       Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/551          AEHF-6
21    17:07             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
24    01:50             Kourou ZLV        Vega                 SSMS POC (kilkadziesiąt różnych satelitów)
30    23:21             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            SAOCOM-1B, SSO-1 (Capella 2, GNOMES-1, ?)
31    ??:??             Sriharikota       SSLV                 DefenceSat-A, DefenceSat-B
31    ??:??             Bajkonur 200/39   Proton-M/Briz-M      Ekspress-80, Ekspress-103
3D    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-11                CX-6-01 ?
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-2C                Yaogan-30-06 A, B, C
??    ??:??             Mojave 12/30      B-747/LauncherOne    MiniCarb, PAN A, PAN B, STP-27VP (x 8?)
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             Beidou-3 G2Q
??    ??:??             Wenchang 201      CZ-7A                XJY-6
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: Orionid w Luty 29, 2020, 10:21
Może pogoda okaże się dziś sprzyjająca startowi. Wtedy ciąg dalszy może okazać się nieperfekcyjny.

(https://pbs.twimg.com/card_img/1233573855223959553/lEYSlasU?format=jpg&name=small)

Astra CEO is keeping expectations low for upcoming rocket challenge launched out of Kodiak
By Kavitha George, KMXT - Kodiak -February 27, 2020

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Rocket “One of Three” is set up to mount at Launch Pad B on February 24, 2020. (Photo courtesy DARPA)

Astra CEO Chris Kemp is keeping expectations low for the company’s upcoming launch at the Pacific Spaceport Complex at Narrow Cape on Kodiak Island. (...)

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The nose of Astra’s Rocket, named “One of Three,” pokes out of a shipping container at the Pacific Spaceport Complex on February 21, 2020. (Photo by Kavitha George/KMXT)

“Our number one priority is safety, not reliability,” he said. “So [what] we designed our systems for is to be safe. Then, secondarily, we want them to be most cost-effective. And then tertiarily, really, we want them to be reliable. Because reliability at any cost will keep people out of space for the next hundred years.”

Essentially, space travel is so inherently risky, Kemp wants to focus on building a safe, cheap rocket, rather than chasing the virtually impossible goal of a 100 percent success rate.

That’s part of the reason his expectations are low for this launch. Astra’s rocket is basically brand new, so in addition to the tight launch schedule, Kemp said there are a lot of factors that they can’t test their design for. They expect the rocket will launch, “leave Alaska and fly away.” Beyond that, they’re just hoping to learn as much as they can — the longer the flight lasts, the more information they’ll get.

“If the flight doesn’t perform absolutely everything perfectly, deliver a payload into the perfect orbit and win the DARPA challenge, we’re fine with that.” Kemp said with a laugh. “Because there’s another rocket right behind it, and we’ll take everything we learned, we’ll make some changes … and apply again.” (...)

Kodiak’s spaceport will host two launches for the Launch Challenge. If Astra completes both successfully, they’ll win $12 million. Astra is the last remaining competitor in this year’s challenge, after the other finalists either dropped out or went bankrupt.

The first launch is expected as early as Feb. 29, weather permitting.

https://www.alaskapublic.org/2020/02/27/astra-ceo-is-keeping-expectations-low-for-upcoming-darpa-challenge-launch-in-kodiak/
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: wini w Luty 29, 2020, 14:57
Ta rakieta jest bardzo ciekawa ze względu na mobilność wyrzutni. Wszystko spakowane w kilka standardowych kontenerów. W sumie chyba nie byłoby problemu (poza ITAR pewnie) kupić taki zestaw i samemu sobie wystrzelić;)
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: JSz w Luty 29, 2020, 20:20
Oczywiście jeśli to będzie działać, przy tym w miarę niezawodnie.
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: Orionid w Luty 29, 2020, 20:21
Małe szanse na dzisiejszy start

02/29/2020 16:48 Stephen Clark

Astra and DARPA teams are assessing weather conditions this morning to determine whether to proceed with a launch attempt of Astra's Rocket 3.0 from Kodiak Island, Alaska, during a launch window opening at 3:30 p.m. EST (11:30 a.m. Alaska time; 2030 GMT).

Astra completed a wet dress rehearsal Friday at the Alaska spaceport, a test that involved loading the two-stage rocket with kerosene and liquid oxygen propellants.

But conditions over Kodiak Island are expected to be unfavorable today, with a 90 percent probability of out-of-limits upper level winds and violating a triggered lightning constraint.
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Luty 29, 2020, 21:02

STYCZEŃ 2020

07    02:19:00          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
07    15:20:15          Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             TJS-5
15    02:53:05          Taiyuan 9         CZ-2D                Jilin-1 Kuanfu-01, NuSat-7, NuSat-8
16    03:02             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Yinhe-1
16    21:05-23:00       Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          Eutelsat Konnect, GSAT-30
29    14:06:49          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
31    02:56             Onenui 1          Electron/Curie       NRO L-151

LUTY 2020

06    21:42:41          Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
09    01:34             Tanegashima Y1    H-2A/202             IGS Optical-7
09    15:48:14          Semnam 2          Simorgh              Zafar-1
10    04:03:00          Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/411          SolO
15    20:21:05          Wallops 0A        Antares-230+         Cygnus-13
17    15:05:55          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
18    22:18             Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA+         JCSat-17, GEO-KOMPSAT-2B
19    21:07:41          Xichang 3         CZ-2D                XJS-C, D, E, F
20    08:24:54          Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1a/Fregat-M  Kosmos 2545 (Meridian-M 9)

MARZEC 2020
__________________________________________________________________________________________
02    20:00-23:30       Kodiak 3B         Rocket v3.0          ARCE 1A, B, C?, Prometheus 2.5, SOARS
05    12:13             Sriharikota S     GSLV Mk 2            GISAT-1
06    01:33             Kourou ELS        Sojuz-ST-A/Fregat-M  Falcon Eye 2
07    04:50             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Dragon-20
11    14:40             KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
16    18:27             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos (Uragan-M)
18    ??:??             Kodiak 2          Rocket v3.0          ?
19    19:22-21:22       Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/551          AEHF-6
21    17:07             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
24    01:50             Kourou ZLV        Vega                 SSMS POC (kilkadziesiąt różnych satelitów)
30    23:21             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            SAOCOM-1B, SSO-1 (Capella 2, GNOMES-1, ?)
31    ??:??             Sriharikota       SSLV                 DefenceSat-A, DefenceSat-B
31    ??:??             Bajkonur 200/39   Proton-M/Briz-M      Ekspress-80, Ekspress-103
3D    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-11                CX-6-01 ?
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-2C                Yaogan-30-06 A, B, C
??    ??:??             Mojave 12/30      B-747/LauncherOne    MiniCarb, PAN A, PAN B, STP-27VP (x 8?)
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             Beidou-3 G2Q
??    ??:??             Wenchang 201      CZ-7A                XJY-6
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: Orionid w Luty 29, 2020, 21:09
Starty kosmiczne w 2020

Starty wg miesięcy:

I  7 (Chiny 3, SpaceX 2, Rocket Lab 1, Europa 1)
II 8+1 (15+1)  (Chiny 1, SpaceX 1, ULA 1, NG 1, Rosja 2, Europa 1, Japonia 1, Iran 1)

W skrócie:

Chiny                                             4                                                   
USA                                               5 (SpaceX 3, ULA 1, NG 1)                                                               
Nowa Zelandia (Rocket Lab)             1           
Rosja                                             2+0 z Kourou                                                   
Europa (bez europejskich Sojuzów)   2           
Japonia                                          1                                                 
Indie                                              0
Iran                                               1

Chiny

07.01. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3863.msg140217#msg140217)    CZ-3B/G2      Xichang
             TJS-5 GEO
15.01. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3863.msg140431#msg140431)    CZ-2D      Taiyuan LC9
             Jilin-1 Kuanfu-01
             ÑuSat-7 (37 kg)
             ÑuSat-8 (37 kg)
             Tianqi 5 (8 kg ?)
16.01. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3863.msg140432#msg140432)    KZ-1A      Jiuquan
             Yinhe-1 (227 kg)
19.02. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3863.msg141680#msg141680)    CZ-2D      Xichang LC3
              XJS C
              XJS D
              XJS E
              XJS F
             


USA

SpaceX

07.01. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3761.msg140216#msg140216)    Falcon-9R      Canaveral SLC-40
             Starlink v1.0 2-1 (Starlink 1066) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-2 (Starlink 1069) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-3 (Starlink 1070) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-4 (Starlink 1071) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-5 (Starlink 1072) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-6 (Starlink 1073) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-7 (Starlink 1074) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-8 (Starlink 1075) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-9 (Starlink 1076) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-10 (Starlink 1077) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-11 (Starlink 1078) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-12 (Starlink 1079) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-13 (Starlink 1080) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-14 (Starlink 1081) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-15 (Starlink 1082) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-16 (Starlink 1083) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-17 (Starlink 1084) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-18 (Starlink 1085) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-19 (Starlink 1086) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-20 (Starlink 1087) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-21 (Starlink 1088) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-22 (Starlink 1089) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-23 (Starlink 1090) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-24 (Starlink 1091) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-25 (Starlink 1092) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-26 (Starlink 1093) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-27 (Starlink 1094) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-28 (Starlink 1095) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-29 (Starlink 1096) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-30 (Starlink 1097) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-31 (Starlink 1098) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-32 (Starlink 1099) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-33 (Starlink 1100) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-34 (Starlink 1101) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-35 (Starlink 1102) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-36 (Starlink 1103) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-37 (Starlink 1104) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-38 (Starlink 1106) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-39 (Starlink 1107) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-40 (Starlink 1108) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-41 (Starlink 1109) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-42 (Starlink 1110) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-43 (Starlink 1111) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-44 (Starlink 1112) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-45 (Starlink 1113) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-46 (Starlink 1114) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-47 (Starlink 1115) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-48 (Starlink 1116) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-49 (Starlink 1117) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-50 (Starlink 1118) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-51 (Starlink 1119) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-52 (Starlink 1121) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-53 (Starlink 1122) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-54 (Starlink 1123) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-55 (Starlink 1124) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-56 (Starlink 1125) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-57 (Starlink 1126) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-58 (Starlink 1128) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-59 (Starlink 1130, Darksat) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-60 (Starlink 1144) (~260 kg)
29.01. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3901.msg141025#msg141025)    Falcon-9R      Canaveral SLC-40
             Starlink v1.0 3-1 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-2 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-3 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-4 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-5 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-6 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-7 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-8 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-9 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-10 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-11 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-12 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-13 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-14 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-15 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-16 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-17 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-18 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-19 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-20 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-21 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-22 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-23 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-24 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-25 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-26 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-27 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-28 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-29 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-30 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-31 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-32 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-33 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-34 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-35 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-36 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-37 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-38 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-39 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-40 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-41 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-42 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-43 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-44 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-45 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-46 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-47 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-48 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-49 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-50 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-51 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-52 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-53 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-54 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-55 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-56 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-57 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-58 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-59 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-60 (~260 kg)

17.02. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3913.msg141585;topicseen#msg141585)    Falcon-9R       Canaveral SLC-40
             Starlink v1.0 4-1 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-2 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-3 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-4 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-5 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-6 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-7 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-8 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-9 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-10 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-11 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-12 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-13 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-14 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-15 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-16 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-17 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-18 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-19 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-20 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-21 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-22 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-23 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-24 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-25 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-26 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-27 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-28 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-29 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-30 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-31 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-32 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-33 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-34 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-35 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-36 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-37 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-38 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-39 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-40 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-41 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-42 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-43 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-44 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-45 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-46 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-47 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-48 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-49 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-50 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-51 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-52 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-53 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-54 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-55 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-56 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-57 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-58 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-59 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-60 (~260 kg)     


ULA

10.02. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=979.msg141405#msg141405)    Atlas-5/411      Canaveral SLC-41
             SolO (1800 kg) orbita heliocentryczna

Northrop Grumman

15.02. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3938.msg141513#msg141513)    Antares-230+      Wallops LP-0A
             Cygnus NG-13     

Nowa Zelandia
Rocket Lab (amerykańska spółka z nowozelandzką spółką zależną)

31.01. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3863.msg141032#msg141032)    Electron/Curie      Onenui LC1
             NRO L-151


Rosja

06.02. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3863.msg141283#msg141283)    Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M      Bajkonur 31/PU-6
             OneWeb L2 1 (OneWeb 0013) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 2 (OneWeb 0017) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 3 (OneWeb 0020) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 4 (OneWeb 0021) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 5 (OneWeb 0022) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 6 (OneWeb 0023) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 7 (OneWeb 0024) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 8 (OneWeb 0025) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 9 (OneWeb 0026) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 10 (OneWeb 0028) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 11 (OneWeb 0032) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 12 (OneWeb 0033) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 13 (OneWeb 0035) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 14 (OneWeb 0036) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 15 (OneWeb 0038) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 16 (OneWeb 0039) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 17 (OneWeb 0040) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 18 (OneWeb 0041) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 19 (OneWeb 0043) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 20 (OneWeb 0044) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 21 (OneWeb 0045) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 22 (OneWeb 0047) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 23 (OneWeb 0048) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 24 (OneWeb 0049) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 25 (OneWeb 0051) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 26 (OneWeb 0052) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 27 (OneWeb 0053) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 28 (OneWeb 0054) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 29 (OneWeb 0056) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 30 (OneWeb 0057) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 31 (OneWeb 0058) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 32 (OneWeb 0059) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 33 (OneWeb 0062) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 34 (OneWeb 0065) (147 kg)
20.02. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3863.msg141703;topicseen#msg141703)    Sojuz-2.1a/Fregat       Plesieck 43/PU-3
             Kosmos 2545 (Meridian-M 9) (> 2000 kg)

Rosja  (Arianespace)


Europa

16.01. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3863.msg140434#msg140434)   KZ-1A      Jiuquan
             Eutelsat Konnect (3619 kg) GEO
             GSAT-30 (3357 kg) GEO
18.02. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3863.msg141659#msg141659)    Ariane-5ECA+      Kourou ELA-3
             JCSat-17 (5857 kg) GEO
             GEO-KOMPSAT-2B (3379 kg) GEO


Japonia

09.02. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3863.msg141403#msg141403)    H-2A (202)      Tanegashima Y/LP-2
             IGS Optical-7           


Indie


Iran

09.02. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=250.msg141404#msg141404)    Simorgh    Semnan LC2
             Zafar-1
(113 kg)

2017 (http://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=2968.msg113233#msg113233)
2018 (http://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3294.msg126624#msg126624)
2019 (http://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3780.msg139664#msg139664)
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: Orionid w Luty 29, 2020, 21:18
Astra@Astra  8:58 PM · 29 lut 2020

(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/ER9-i9RUwAATbW3?format=jpg&name=small)

Weather will prevent us from making our first launch attempt today. Will try again tomorrow!
https://twitter.com/Astra/status/1233843984721596416

Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Marzec 03, 2020, 02:34
Start rakiety firmy Astra odwołany, warunki kontraktu dla DARPA zostały niespełnione, zatem nagroda przepadła, a satelity wracają do właściciela. Rakieta ma wystartować w ciągu kilku tygodni, ale już bez planowanego uprzednio ładunku. Może znajdą chętnego...
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Marzec 03, 2020, 02:34

STYCZEŃ 2020

07    02:19:00          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
07    15:20:15          Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             TJS-5
15    02:53:05          Taiyuan 9         CZ-2D                Jilin-1 Kuanfu-01, NuSat-7, NuSat-8
16    03:02             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Yinhe-1
16    21:05-23:00       Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          Eutelsat Konnect, GSAT-30
29    14:06:49          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
31    02:56             Onenui 1          Electron/Curie       NRO L-151

LUTY 2020

06    21:42:41          Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
09    01:34             Tanegashima Y1    H-2A/202             IGS Optical-7
09    15:48:14          Semnam 2          Simorgh              Zafar-1
10    04:03:00          Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/411          SolO
15    20:21:05          Wallops 0A        Antares-230+         Cygnus-13
17    15:05:55          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
18    22:18             Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA+         JCSat-17, GEO-KOMPSAT-2B
19    21:07:41          Xichang 3         CZ-2D                XJS-C, D, E, F
20    08:24:54          Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1a/Fregat-M  Kosmos 2545 (Meridian-M 9)

MARZEC 2020
__________________________________________________________________________________________

05    12:13             Sriharikota S     GSLV Mk 2            GISAT-1
06    01:33             Kourou ELS        Sojuz-ST-A/Fregat-M  Falcon Eye 2
07    04:50             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Dragon-20
11    14:40             KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
16    18:27             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos (Uragan-M)
19    19:22-21:22       Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/551          AEHF-6
21    17:07             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
24    01:50             Kourou ZLV        Vega                 SSMS POC (kilkadziesiąt różnych satelitów)
30    23:21             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            SAOCOM-1B, SSO-1 (Capella 2, GNOMES-1, ?)
31    ??:??             Sriharikota       SSLV                 DefenceSat-A, DefenceSat-B
31    ??:??             Bajkonur 200/39   Proton-M/Briz-M      Ekspress-80, Ekspress-103
3D    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-11                CX-6-01 ?
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-2C                Yaogan-30-06 A, B, C
??    ??:??             Mojave 12/30      B-747/LauncherOne    MiniCarb, PAN A, PAN B, STP-27VP (x 8?)
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             Beidou-3 G2Q
??    ??:??             Wenchang 201      CZ-7A                XJY-6
??    ??:??             Kodiak 3B         Rocket v3.0          ?
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: Orionid w Marzec 06, 2020, 08:33
Planowany na 5 marca start GSLV Mk.2 z  GSLV-F10 z przyczyn technicznych przełożony

Mar 04, 2020
Cytuj
The launch of GISAT-1 onboard GSLV-F10, planned for March 05, 2020, is postponed due to technical reasons. Revised launch date will be informed in due course.
https://www.isro.gov.in/update/04-mar-2020/launch-of-gisat-1-onboard-gslv-f10-planned-march-05-2020-postponed

https://www.indiatoday.in/science/story/isro-postpones-launch-satellite-gisat1-technical-gslv-f10-1652399-2020-03-04
https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/03/04/india-postpones-next-gslv-flight/
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: Orionid w Marzec 06, 2020, 08:42
Arianespace Scrubs Soyuz Flight VS24

(http://www.satnews.com/images_upload/1670187429/5e614d07605e8.png)

A very brief announcement was issued from Arianespace regarding the launch for the United Arab Emirates’ Falcon Eye 2 reconnaissance satellite.

Kourou, March 5, 2020 - Arianespace announced that due to additional checks to be performed on the Fregat upper stage of the Soyuz flight VS24, the launch initially scheduled for March 5, 2020 from the French Guiana Space Center is postponed. This mission is for the United Arab Emirates’ Falcon Eye 2 reconnaissance satellite.

The launch vehicle and its satellite payload have been placed in stand-by mode and maintained in fully safe conditions.
http://www.satnews.com/story.php?number=934539013

http://russianspaceweb.com/falcon-eye-2.html
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Marzec 06, 2020, 09:37
Start Sojuza z Kourou będzie 8 marca (jeśli Arianespace wyrazi zgodę na software'owe poprawienie usterki) albo 10 kwietnia, jeśli trzeba będzie wymienić hardware (prawdopodobnie cały stopień Fregat). Decyzja ma zapaść jeszcze dzisiaj.

EDIT: Ariane postanowiła, że ma być wymieniony Fregat.
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Marzec 07, 2020, 07:47

STYCZEŃ 2020

07    02:19:00          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
07    15:20:15          Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             TJS-5
15    02:53:05          Taiyuan 9         CZ-2D                Jilin-1 Kuanfu-01, NuSat-7, NuSat-8
16    03:02             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Yinhe-1
16    21:05-23:00       Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          Eutelsat Konnect, GSAT-30
29    14:06:49          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
31    02:56             Onenui 1          Electron/Curie       NRO L-151

LUTY 2020

06    21:42:41          Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
09    01:34             Tanegashima Y1    H-2A/202             IGS Optical-7
09    15:48:14          Semnam 2          Simorgh              Zafar-1
10    04:03:00          Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/411          SolO
15    20:21:05          Wallops 0A        Antares-230+         Cygnus-13
17    15:05:55          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
18    22:18             Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA+         JCSat-17, GEO-KOMPSAT-2B
19    21:07:41          Xichang 3         CZ-2D                XJS-C, D, E, F
20    08:24:54          Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1a/Fregat-M  Kosmos 2545 (Meridian-M 9)

MARZEC 2020

07    04:50:31          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Dragon-20
__________________________________________________________________________________________
09    11:48-12:49       Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             Beidou-3 G2Q
14    13:35             KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
16    ??:??             Sriharikota S     GSLV Mk 2            GISAT-1
16   ~18:23             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos (Uragan-M)
19    19:22-21:22       Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/551          AEHF-6
21    17:07             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
24    01:51:10          Kourou ZLV        Vega                 SSMS POC (kilkadziesiąt różnych satelitów)
30    23:21             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            SAOCOM-1B, SSO-1 (Capella 2, GNOMES-1, ?)
31    ??:??             Sriharikota       PSLV                 GSat-12R
31    ??:??             Bajkonur 200/39   Proton-M/Briz-M      Ekspress-80, Ekspress-103
3D    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-11                CX-6-01 ?
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-2C                Yaogan-30-06 A, B, C
??    ??:??             Wenchang 201      CZ-7A                XJY-6
??    ??:??             Kodiak 3B         Rocket v3.0          ?
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: Orionid w Marzec 07, 2020, 17:44
EDIT: Ariane postanowiła, że ma być wymieniony Fregat.
Tak na wszelki wypadek

Soyuz launch with UAE surveillance satellite facing one-month delay
March 6, 2020 Stephen Clark

(...) Russia’s Tass news agency reported Friday that engineers discovered a malfunction on a circuit board in a heating unit on one of the Fregat upper stage’s small control thrusters. According to Tass, Russian teams concluded the malfunction would not pose a risk during launch, but Emirati officials responsible for the Falcon Eye 2 satellite “decided to play it safe.” (...)
https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/03/06/soyuz-launch-with-uae-surveillance-satellite-facing-one-month-delay/
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Marzec 11, 2020, 20:46

STYCZEŃ 2020

07    02:19:00          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
07    15:20:15          Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             TJS-5
15    02:53:05          Taiyuan 9         CZ-2D                Jilin-1 Kuanfu-01, NuSat-7, NuSat-8
16    03:02             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Yinhe-1
16    21:05-23:00       Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          Eutelsat Konnect, GSAT-30
29    14:06:49          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
31    02:56             Onenui 1          Electron/Curie       NRO L-151

LUTY 2020

06    21:42:41          Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
09    01:34             Tanegashima Y1    H-2A/202             IGS Optical-7
09    15:48:14          Semnam 2          Simorgh              Zafar-1
10    04:03:00          Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/411          SolO
15    20:21:05          Wallops 0A        Antares-230+         Cygnus-13
17    15:05:55          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
18    22:18             Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA+         JCSat-17, GEO-KOMPSAT-2B
19    21:07:41          Xichang 3         CZ-2D                XJS-C, D, E, F
20    08:24:54          Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1a/Fregat-M  Kosmos 2545 (Meridian-M 9)

MARZEC 2020

07    04:50:31          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Dragon-20
09    11:55             Xichang 2         CZ-3B/G2             Beidou-3 G2Q
__________________________________________________________________________________________
14    13:35             KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
16    ??:??             Sriharikota S     GSLV Mk 2            GISAT-1
16   ~18:23             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos (Uragan-M)
21    17:07             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
21    19:14-21:14       Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/551          AEHF-6
23    19:30-23:00       Kodiak 3B         Rocket v3.0          ?
24    01:51:10          Kourou ZLV        Vega                 SSMS POC (kilkadziesiąt różnych satelitów)
27    ??:??             Onenui 1A         Electron/Curie       ANDESITE, 3 x NRO, RAAF M2PF
30    23:21             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            SAOCOM-1B, SSO-1 (Capella 2, GNOMES-1, ?)
31    ??:??             Sriharikota       PSLV                 GSat-12R
3D    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-11                CX-6-01 ?
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-2C                Yaogan-30-06 A, B, C
??    ??:??             Wenchang 201      CZ-7A                XJY-6
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: Orionid w Marzec 13, 2020, 20:10
Kolejny Beidou
  09.03. o 11:55 z Xichang wystrzelona została RN CZ-3B/G2, która wyniosła na orbitę o parametrach: hp=239 km,
ha=35776 km, i=28,47° geostacjonarnego satelitę nawigacyjnego Beidou-3 G2Q.
http://lk.astronautilus.pl/n200301.htm#02

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=by4-Kt3Ig_g
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=by4-Kt3Ig_g

China launches new BeiDou navigation satellite
Source: Xinhua| 2020-03-09 22:23:59|Editor: huaxia

(http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/2020-03/09/138859838_15837967813461n.jpg)
China launches a new satellite of the BeiDou Navigation Satellite System (BDS) from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in southwest China's Sichuan Province, March 9, 2020, only one step away from completing the whole global system. The satellite, the 54th of the BeiDou family, was sent into a geostationary orbit as planned by a Long March-3B carrier rocket. The newly launched satellite is the second geostationary earth orbit satellite of the BDS-3 system, and the last one is expected to be launched in May. (Photo by Guo Wenbin/Xinhua)

XICHANG, March 9 (Xinhua) -- China launched a new satellite of the BeiDou Navigation Satellite System (BDS) from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in southwest China's Sichuan Province at 7:55 p.m. Monday (Beijing Time), only one step away from completing the whole global system.

The satellite, the 54th of the BeiDou family, was sent into a geostationary orbit as planned by a Long March-3B carrier rocket.

China began to construct its navigation system, named after the Chinese term for the Big Dipper constellation, in the 1990s and started serving the Asia-Pacific Region in 2012. At present, all the first generation BDS-1 satellites have ended operations, and a total of 54 BDS-2 and BDS-3 satellites have been sent into space.

Compared with other navigation systems in the world, the design of the BDS constellation is unique, including medium earth orbit, inclined geosynchronous earth orbit and geostationary earth orbit satellites.

The BDS-3 system will consist of a total of 30 satellites, including 24 medium earth orbit satellites, three geostationary earth orbit satellites and three inclined geosynchronous earth orbit satellites.

The newly launched satellite is the second geostationary earth orbit satellite of the BDS-3 system, and the last one is expected to be launched in May.

The satellite and the carrier rocket were developed by the China Academy of Space Technology (CAST) and the China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology, respectively.

Space engineers have overcome difficulties during the novel coronavirus epidemic to ensure the success of the mission.

Monday's launch was the 327th mission of the Long March rocket series.

The new satellite has the most functions and signals, the largest size and the longest designed life span among all the BDS-3 satellites, said Chen Zhonggui, chief designer of BDS-3 satellites from CAST.

The satellite is based on the Dongfanghong-3B platform, currently one of the largest satellite platforms being used in China, and can carry more fuels to ensure its long life, said Chen.

The satellite has integrated the functions of navigation and communication. The accuracy of dynamic positioning can reach the decimeter level, according to Liu Tianxiong, deputy chief designer of BDS-3 satellites.

It can provide services for the driverless vehicles, accurate berthing of ships, as well as takeoff and landing of airplanes. It will be widely used in the fields of communication, electric power, finance, mapping, transportation, fishery, agriculture and forestry.

The ability of short message communication has been improved 10 times on this satellite. Users can send a message of over 1,000 Chinese characters at one time as well as pictures via the satellite, quite useful in emergencies.

The satellite's ability to receive signals has also been greatly improved, which could help miniaturize users' terminals, said Pan Yuqian, one of the satellite's designers.

China aims to complete the construction of the BDS constellation in May and provide high-precision, reliable positioning, navigation and timing services anywhere in the world.

http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/2020-03/09/c_138859838.htm

China launches Beidou satellite, aims for completion of navigation network in May
March 9, 2020 Stephen Clark

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A Long March 3B rocket lifted off Monday with a Beidou navigation satellite. Credit: Xinhua

A Chinese Long March 3B launcher carried a Beidou satellite into orbit Monday, adding the penultimate satellite to China’s independent navigation fleet before another mission in May completes the constellation to give it a global reach.

The Beidou navigation payload rocketed into space at 1155 GMT (7:55 a.m. EDT; 7:55 p.m. Beijing time) Monday from the Xichang space center in southwestern China’s Sichuan province, according to the state-run Xinhua news agency.

A 184-foot-tall (56-meter) Long March 3B rocket delivered the Beidou navigation satellite into an elliptical, or egg-shaped, geosynchronous transfer orbit. China’s government-owned media declared the launch a success.

China has launched 54 Beidou satellites since 2000, but the launch date has ramped up in recent years. The initial generation of Beidou satellites were designed as prototypes or test platforms, but the Chinese network began limited service over the Asia-Pacific region in 2012.

Chinese officials said the successful launch Monday and a follow-up launch in May will complete the deployment of the Beidou program’s third-generation, or BDS-3, satellite network.

All of the early Beidou satellites have ended their missions, and the Beidou fleet needs 30 satellites for operational global positioning and timing services.

Until now, Chinese military forces have relied on the U.S. military’s Global Positioning System for navigation support.

China designed the Beidou network as an independent version of the GPS network, providing Chinese military and civilian users with a home-grown system in case GPS signals are interrupted during a conflict. Like the GPS network, Russia’s Glonass fleet and Europe’s Galileo navigation constellation, the Beidou system is designed for global service.

The Beidou navigation satellite launched Monday will use its own propulsion system to maneuver into a circular geosynchronous orbit more than 22,000 miles (nearly 36,000 kilometers) over the equator.

Chinese officials said engineers “have overcome difficulties during the novel coronavirus epidemic to ensure the success of the mission,” according to state media.

The Beidou network, named for the Chinese word for the Big Dipper constellation, includes satellites positioned in three different types of orbits.

In December, China launched the last of 24 operational satellites into a medium-altitude orbit more than 13,000 miles above Earth, similar to the orbits used by GPS, Glonass and Galileo satellites.

But unlike the other global navigation systems, the fully-operational Beidou network will include six spacecraft in geosynchronous orbits, with three permanently over the equator and three others in inclined orbits that swing north and south of the equator during each 24-hour orbit.

China launched three satellites into inclined geosynchronous orbit last year, and the spacecraft deployed Monday is the second of three to be permanently stationed over the equator.

The satellite launched Monday was built by the China Academy of Space Technology, part of China’s government-owned aerospace industry, and is based on the DFH-3B satellite platform.

The Beidou satellites “can provide services for the driverless vehicles, accurate berthing of ships, as well as takeoff and landing of airplanes,” Xinhua said. “It will be widely used in the fields of communication, electric power, finance, mapping, transportation, fishery, agriculture and forestry.”

The Beidou satellites also have a communications replay ability.

Chinese smartphones already have the ability to incorporate Beidou navigation data into mapping and tracking apps, and users in dozens of other countries are also using Beidou signals.

China wants to expand usage of the Beidou network worldwide, especially in countries participating in China’s Belt and Road Initiative, a global economic development program and a centerpiece of Beijing’s foreign policy strategy. The Belt and Road Initiative has extended to nearly 70 countries in the Asia-Pacific region, Africa, Europe and the Americas, where China partners with local authorities to fund infrastructure and other drivers of economic growth.

Pakistan’s armed forces, which used to rely on U.S. GPS satellites, is the only military outside China to employ the Beidou network.

https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/03/09/china-launches-beidou-satellite-aims-for-completion-of-navigation-network-in-may/

Successful launch takes China a step closer to completing Beidou navigation constellation
by Andrew Jones — March 9, 2020

(...) The China Aerospace Science and Technology Corp., (CASC), announced launch success just over an hour after liftoff. This was also the first official confirmation of the launch attempt, with airspace closure notices indirectly indicating imminent activity days earlier.

The satellite uses phased array antenna to provide positioning, navigation and timing services. Monday’s launch is the penultimate (https://spacenews.com/china-to-complete-its-answer-to-gps-with-beidou-navigation-satellite-launches-in-march-may/) step in China completing its global Beidou system. (...)

https://spacenews.com/successful-launch-takes-china-a-step-closer-to-completing-beidou-navigation-constellation/

https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2020/03/long-march-3b-launches-beidou-3g2q/

BD-3 G https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/bd-3g.htm
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: kretus5 w Marzec 15, 2020, 08:11
Astropl, czas startów podajesz w naszym czasie środkowoeuropejskim, czy w lokalnym w miejscu startu ?
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: perian w Marzec 15, 2020, 09:31
Astropl, czas startów podajesz w naszym czasie środkowoeuropejskim, czy w lokalnym w miejscu startu ?

UTC.
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Marzec 15, 2020, 14:37

STYCZEŃ 2020

07    02:19:00          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
07    15:20:15          Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             TJS-5
15    02:53:05          Taiyuan 9         CZ-2D                Jilin-1 Kuanfu-01, NuSat-7, NuSat-8
16    03:02             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Yinhe-1
16    21:05-23:00       Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          Eutelsat Konnect, GSAT-30
29    14:06:49          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
31    02:56             Onenui 1          Electron/Curie       NRO L-151

LUTY 2020

06    21:42:41          Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
09    01:34             Tanegashima Y1    H-2A/202             IGS Optical-7
09    15:48:14          Semnam 2          Simorgh              Zafar-1
10    04:03:00          Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/411          SolO
15    20:21:05          Wallops 0A        Antares-230+         Cygnus-13
17    15:05:55          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
18    22:18             Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA+         JCSat-17, GEO-KOMPSAT-2B
19    21:07:41          Xichang 3         CZ-2D                XJS-C, D, E, F
20    08:24:54          Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1a/Fregat-M  Kosmos 2545 (Meridian-M 9)

MARZEC 2020

07    04:50:31          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Dragon-20
09    11:55:06          Xichang 2         CZ-3B/G2             Beidou-3 G2Q
__________________________________________________________________________________________
16   ~12:30             Wenchang 201      CZ-7A                XJY-6
16   ~18:23             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos (Uragan-M)
18    12:21             KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
2P    ??:??             Sriharikota S     GSLV Mk 2            GISAT-1
21    17:07             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
23    19:30-23:00       Kodiak 3B         Rocket v3.0          ?
24    01:51:10          Kourou ZLV        Vega                 SSMS POC (kilkadziesiąt różnych satelitów)
26    18:57-20:57       Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/551          AEHF-6, TDO-2
27    04:43             Onenui 1A         Electron/Curie       ANDESITE, 3 x NRO, RAAF M2PF
30    23:21             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            SAOCOM-1B, SSO-1 (Capella 2, GNOMES-1, ?)
31    ??:??             Sriharikota       PSLV                 GSat-12R
3D    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-11                CX-6-01 ?
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-2C                Yaogan-30-06 A, B, C
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: kanarkusmaximus w Marzec 15, 2020, 15:15
No to czekają nas trzy starty w jeden dzień! :)
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Marzec 15, 2020, 15:25
No to czekają nas trzy starty w jeden dzień! :)

Śmiem wątpić, czy Falcon będzie gotów na jutro.

EDIT: Przełożony na środę.
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Marzec 15, 2020, 22:18
Z powodu epidemii koronawirusa kosmodrom Kourou został zamknięty z dniem 15.03.2020 na co najmniej miesiąc. Wszystkie kampanie startowe zostają wstrzymane.
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Marzec 16, 2020, 15:21

STYCZEŃ 2020

07    02:19:00          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
07    15:20:15          Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             TJS-5
15    02:53:05          Taiyuan 9         CZ-2D                Jilin-1 Kuanfu-01, NuSat-7, NuSat-8
16    03:02             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Yinhe-1
16    21:05-23:00       Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          Eutelsat Konnect, GSAT-30
29    14:06:49          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
31    02:56             Onenui 1          Electron/Curie       NRO L-151

LUTY 2020

06    21:42:41          Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
09    01:34             Tanegashima Y1    H-2A/202             IGS Optical-7
09    15:48:14          Semnam 2          Simorgh              Zafar-1
10    04:03:00          Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/411          SolO
15    20:21:05          Wallops 0A        Antares-230+         Cygnus-13
17    15:05:55          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
18    22:18             Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA+         JCSat-17, GEO-KOMPSAT-2B
19    21:07:41          Xichang 3         CZ-2D                XJS-C, D, E, F
20    08:24:54          Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1a/Fregat-M  Kosmos 2545 (Meridian-M 9)

MARZEC 2020

07    04:50:31          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Dragon-20
09    11:55:06          Xichang 2         CZ-3B/G2             Beidou-3 G2Q
16    13:34             Wenchang 201      CZ-7A                XJY-6
__________________________________________________________________________________________
16   ~18:23             Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos (Uragan-M)
18    12:21             KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
21    17:07             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
23    19:30-23:00       Kodiak 3B         Rocket v3.0          ?
26    18:57-20:57       Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/551          AEHF-6, TDO-2
27    04:43             Onenui 1A         Electron/Curie       ANDESITE, 3 x NRO, RAAF M2PF
30    23:21             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            SAOCOM-1B, SSO-1 (Capella 2, GNOMES-1, ?)
31    ??:??             Sriharikota       PSLV                 GSat-12R
2P    ??:??             Sriharikota S     GSLV Mk 2            GISAT-1
3D    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-11                CX-6-01 ?
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-2C                Yaogan-30-06 A, B, C
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: Orionid w Marzec 16, 2020, 15:23
Co za miesiąc  >:(
Trzy starty przełożone i 1 nieudany
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Marzec 16, 2020, 15:36
Co za miesiąc  >:(
Trzy starty przełożone i 1 nieudany


Być może jakaś tam orbita jest, bo zdaje się trzeci stopień coś schrzanił, ale na razie brak szczegółów.
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: kanarkusmaximus w Marzec 16, 2020, 17:12
Ciekawe! Wpływ tego nieudanego startu może być dość szeroki:

Cytuj
So what impact does the LM-7A failure has on China's later launches this year?

- 1st stage/booster engines - LM-5 to 8 affected
- 2nd stage engines - LM-6 & 7 affected
- 3rd stage engines - LM-3 series affected; *maybe* LM-5 (but not LM-5B)
- others - TBD

Ciekawa sytuacja - dużo komponentów jest używanych w innych rakietach.
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Marzec 16, 2020, 20:04

STYCZEŃ 2020

07    02:19:00          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
07    15:20:15          Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             TJS-5
15    02:53:05          Taiyuan 9         CZ-2D                Jilin-1 Kuanfu-01, NuSat-7, NuSat-8
16    03:02             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Yinhe-1
16    21:05-23:00       Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          Eutelsat Konnect, GSAT-30
29    14:06:49          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
31    02:56             Onenui 1          Electron/Curie       NRO L-151

LUTY 2020

06    21:42:41          Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
09    01:34             Tanegashima Y1    H-2A/202             IGS Optical-7
09    15:48:14          Semnam 2          Simorgh              Zafar-1
10    04:03:00          Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/411          SolO
15    20:21:05          Wallops 0A        Antares-230+         Cygnus-13
17    15:05:55          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
18    22:18             Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA+         JCSat-17, GEO-KOMPSAT-2B
19    21:07:41          Xichang 3         CZ-2D                XJS-C, D, E, F
20    08:24:54          Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1a/Fregat-M  Meridian-M 9

MARZEC 2020

07    04:50:31          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Dragon-20
09    11:55:06          Xichang 2         CZ-3B/G2             Beidou-3 G2Q
16    13:34             Wenchang 201      CZ-7A                XJY-6
16    18:28:10          Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos 2545 (Uragan-M)
__________________________________________________________________________________________
18    12:16             KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
21    17:06             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
23    19:30-23:00       Kodiak 3B         Rocket v3.0          ?
26    18:57-20:57       Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/551          AEHF-6, TDO-2
27    04:43             Onenui 1A         Electron/Curie       ANDESITE, 3 x NRO, RAAF M2PF
30    23:21             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            SAOCOM-1B, SSO-1 (Capella 2, GNOMES-1, ?)
31    ??:??             Sriharikota       PSLV                 GSat-12R
2P    ??:??             Sriharikota S     GSLV Mk 2            GISAT-1
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-11                CX-6-01 ?
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-2C                Yaogan-30-06 A, B, C
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: Orionid w Marzec 17, 2020, 20:06
Pierwsza CZ-7A uległa awarii podczas startu
  16.03. o 13:34 z Wenchang wystrzelony został pierwszy egzemplarz RN CZ-7A, która miała wynieść na orbitę
GTO satelitę XJY-6 ( Xinjishu Yanzheng-6). Start zakończył się niepowodzeniem, prawdopodobnie na etapie pracy trzeciego stopnia.
http://lk.astronautilus.pl/n200316.htm#01

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Rakietowy poniedziałek (16.03.2020)
BY KRZYSZTOF KANAWKA ON 17 MARCA 2020

W poniedziałek 16 marca 2020 doszło do dwóch startów rakiet orbitalnych. Jeden ze startów zakończył się niepowodzeniem.

Nieudany start CZ-7A

Rakieta CZ-7A wystartowała 16 marca o godzinie 14:34 CET. Lot odbył się z kosmodromu Wenchang. Był to pierwszy start nowej wersji rakiety CZ-7 – ta rakieta została wprowadzona do służby w 2016 roku (https://kosmonauta.net/2016/06/udany-start-cz-7-udane-ladowanie-modelu-kapsuly-i-megarakieta/). Z dostępnych informacji wynika, że pierwszy lot CZ-7A zakończył się niepowodzeniem wskutek nieprawidłowej pracy trzeciego stopnia rakiety. Wynoszony w tym locie satelita o nazwie Xinjishu Yanzheng-6 został utracony.

Rakieta CZ-7A ma kilka elementów wspólnych z innymi chińskimi rakietami. Jeśli rzeczywiście trzeci stopień rakiety zawiódł, wówczas można się spodziewać opóźnień lotów rakiet serii CZ-3 i być może także niektórych wersji rakiety CZ-5.

Jest to drugi nieudany start rakiety orbitalnej w 2020 roku. Pierwszym nieudanym startem był lot/eksplozja irańskiej rakiety Simorgh na początku lutego 2020 (https://kosmonauta.net/2020/02/rakietowa-niedziela-i-poniedzialek-09-10-02-2020/).
https://kosmonauta.net/2020/03/rakietowy-poniedzialek-16-03-2020/

Launch of China’s new Long March 7A ends in failure
by Andrew Jones — March 16, 2020

(https://spacenews.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/LongMarch7-rollout-2016-CASC-879x485.jpg)
The first standard Long March 7 (CZ-7) rolled out in 2016. The Long March 7A has an additional third stage. Credit: CASC

Unspecified failure of Long March 7A launch could impact major missions.

HELSINKI — China’s attempt to launch its first new-generation Long March 7A rocket ended in failure Monday, resulting in a classified satellite apparently failing to enter geosynchronous transfer orbit.

Liftoff from the coastal Wenchang Satellite Launch Center occurred at 9:34 a.m. Eastern. Launch was initially confirmed by images and footage shared online by distant spectators.

The China Aerospace Science and Technology Corp., (CASC), which developed and manufactured the rocket, typically announces launches following declaration of mission success. Similar mission profiles are usually announced to be successful around an hour after launch, but no announcement was made.

State news agency confirmed failure (Chinese (http://news.workercn.cn/32843/202003/16/200316231705321.shtml)) just under two hours after launch, with no cause nor nature of the failure stated. An investigation into the anomaly will follow.

The payload for the launch was earlier stated to be named ‘new technology verification satellite-6’. No further details were released ahead of launch.

Measures to counter the spread of the novel coronavirus have been in force at Wenchang spaceport, though launch campaigns continued.
(...)
https://spacenews.com/launch-of-chinas-new-long-march-7a-ends-in-failure/

China announces failure in first launch of new Long March 7A rocket
March 16, 2020 Stephen Clark

(https://mk0spaceflightnoa02a.kinstacdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/lm7a.jpg)
This image of the Long March 7A rocket was posted on Weibo, the Chinese social media platform.

(...) Xinhua said Chinese engineers will investigate the cause of the failure.

The first two flights of the Long March 7 rocket in 2016 and 2017 were successful.

Depending on when in Monday’s mission the failure occurred, the effects of the accident could ripple across China’s space program.

The Long March 7A is powered by four strap-on boosters powered by kerosene-fueled YF-100 engines, and a central core stage with two YF-100 engines. The rocket’s second stage has four YF-115 engines, also fed by kerosene and liquid oxygen, and two hydrogen-fueled YF-75 engines are on the new third stage added to create the Long March 7A configuration.

The YF-100 engines fly on the strap-on boosters of the Long March 5 rocket, the most powerful launcher in China’s fleet. The next Long March 5 launch is scheduled for April on a test flight of a new rocket configuration designed to loft modules for China’s space station.

Another Long March 5 rocket is planned in July to carry China’s first Mars rover into space.

The YF-100 engines also fly on China’s light-class Long March 6 launcher, and the Long March 8 rocket planned for an inaugural flight later the year also uses the YF-100 powerplants.

The Long March 7’s second stage YF-115 engines are also used on the Long March 6.

And versions of the cryogenic YF-75 engine fly on some variants of the Long March 5. The Long March 3B rocket, which China uses to deliver Beidou navigation satellites and communications payloads to high-altitude orbits, also relies on YF-75 engines for its third stage.

Officials released no immediate information about potential delays of future launches stemming from the effects of Monday’s failure

China’s new Long March 5, 6, 7 and 8 rockets are designed to eventually replace the country’s older Long March vehicles, which use toxic propellants and launch from inland spaceports, often dropping spent stages near populated areas.

The Long March 7A rocket is a potential replacement for the Long March 3B for launches with geostationary satellites. The Long March 7, without the addition of the new upper stage, is designed to carry resupply ships to China’s planned space station.

The next launch from Wenchang, where launching rockets drop boosters over the sea instead of land, is the debut flight of the Long March 5B rocket scheduled for April.

Most launch activity in China has continued during the coronavirus outbreak.

Monday’s Long March 7A rocket was the sixth satellite launch attempt by China so far in 2020. The previous five missions were all successful.

https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/03/16/china-announces-failure-in-first-launch-of-new-long-march-7a-rocket/

https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2020/03/long-march-7a-fails-xinjishu-yanzheng-6/

XJY 6
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: Orionid w Marzec 17, 2020, 20:07
Wystrzelono kolejnego Uragana
  16.03. o 18:28 z Plesiecka wystrzelona została RN Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat, która wyniosła na orbitę o parametrach: hp=19132 km, ha=19158 km, i=64,8° satelitę nawigacyjnego systemu GŁONASS typu Uragan-M. Otrzymał on nazwę seryjną Kosmos 2546.
http://lk.astronautilus.pl/n200316.htm#02

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Rakietowy poniedziałek (16.03.2020)
BY KRZYSZTOF KANAWKA ON 17 MARCA 2020

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Sojuz wynosi satelitę konstelacji GLONASS

Tego samego dnia, o godzinie 19:28 CET, nastąpił start rakiety Sojuz-2.1b. Start odbył się z kosmodromu Plesieck. Na pokładzie tej rakiety znalazł się satelita Kosmos 2546, będący częścią rosyjskiego systemu pozycjonowania GLONASS (GNSS). Lot przebiegł prawidłowo i satelita został uwolniony na orbicie o wysokości około 19100 km i nachyleniu 64,8 stopnia.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3QGT3-GPEW0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3QGT3-GPEW0&feature=emb_title

Start Sojuza-2.1b z satelitą Kosmos 2546 / Credits – Roskosmos

(PFA, NSF, LK)
https://kosmonauta.net/2020/03/rakietowy-poniedzialek-16-03-2020/#prettyPhoto

Soyuz rocket launches with Russian navigation satellite
March 16, 2020 Stephen Clark

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NGvZITZq8og
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NGvZITZq8og&feature=emb_title

A Soyuz booster and Fregat upper stage carried a Russian Glonass navigation satellite into orbit Monday from the Plesetsk Cosmodrome, Russian space officials said.

The Russian Ministry of Defense announced a Soyuz-2.1b rocket lifted off from Plesetsk — about 500 miles (800 kilometers) north of Moscow — at 1828 GMT (2:28 p.m. EDT; 9:28 p.m. Moscow time) Monday.

The Soyuz rocket flew to the southeast from Plesetsk and released its four kerosene-fueled strap-on boosters around two minutes into the mission. The launcher jettisoned its payload fairing, then the Soyuz core stage separated nearly five minutes after liftoff.

An RD-0124 engine on the Soyuz third stage fired next, then deployed a Fregat upper stage to perform three engine firings to place the Glonass M satellite into a near-circular orbit at an altitude of more than 11,900 miles (19,100 kilometers) and an inclination of 64.8 degrees.

The Soyuz and Fregat flight sequence proceeded as planned, Russian officials said.

“All pre-launch operations and the launch of the Soyuz-2.1b space rocket took place in normal mode,” the Russian Ministry of Defense said in a statement.

Orbital tracking data for the Glonass M satellite released by the U.S. military confirmed the mission achieved the planned orbit.

Roscosmos, the Russian space agency, said ground controllers established a stable telemetry link with the Glonass spacecraft after Monday’s launch.

The Glonass fleet consists of 24 active satellites, plus the new spacecraft launched Saturday and another undergoing flight tests. The network, which is run by the Russian military but is also used by civilians worldwide, requires 24 satellites in service spread among three orbital planes to provide global navigation coverage.

The Glonass satellites are built by ISS Reshetnev in Zheleznogorsk, Russia.

The Russian Ministry of Defense was expected to name the new Glonass satellite Kosmos 2545, keeping with the naming scheme for Russian military spacecraft.

Designed for a seven-year lifetime, the 3,100-pound (1,400-kilogram) Glonass M satellite launched Monday is designated No. 60 in the fleet. It will replace an aging navigation craft in the Glonass fleet that launched in 2010.

https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/03/16/soyuz-rocket-launches-with-russian-navigation-satellite/

Спутник «Глонасс-М» выведен на орбиту
17.03.2020 02:00

Стартовавшая 16 марта с космодрома Плесецк ракета-носитель «Союз-2.1б» в установленное время успешно вывела орбиту российский навигационный космический аппарат «Глонасс-М» (производства ИСС имени академика М.Ф. Решетнёва, входит в Госкорпорацию «Роскосмос»). Он выведен на целевую орбиту и принят на управление наземными средствами Главного испытательного космического центра имени Г.С. Титова Космических войск ВКС.

Старт ракеты-носителя «Союз-2.1б» и выведение космического аппарата «Глонасс-М» на орбиту разгонным блоком «Фрегат» (производства НПО Лавочкина, входит в Госкорпорацию «Роскосмос») прошли в штатном режиме. С космическим аппаратом «Глонасс-М» установлена и поддерживается устойчивая телеметрическая связь. Бортовые системы космического аппарата функционируют в штатном режиме.
https://www.roscosmos.ru/28196/

https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2020/03/soyuz-2-1b-glonass-m-spacecraft/

Uragan-M (GLONASS-M, 14F113) https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/uragan-m.htm
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Marzec 18, 2020, 15:59

STYCZEŃ 2020

07    02:19:00          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
07    15:20:15          Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             TJS-5
15    02:53:05          Taiyuan 9         CZ-2D                Jilin-1 Kuanfu-01, NuSat-7, NuSat-8
16    03:02             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Yinhe-1
16    21:05-23:00       Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          Eutelsat Konnect, GSAT-30
29    14:06:49          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
31    02:56             Onenui 1          Electron/Curie       NRO L-151

LUTY 2020

06    21:42:41          Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
09    01:34             Tanegashima Y1    H-2A/202             IGS Optical-7
09    15:48:14          Semnam 2          Simorgh              Zafar-1
10    04:03:00          Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/411          SolO
15    20:21:05          Wallops 0A        Antares-230+         Cygnus-13
17    15:05:55          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
18    22:18             Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA+         JCSat-17, GEO-KOMPSAT-2B
19    21:07:41          Xichang 3         CZ-2D                XJS-C, D, E, F
20    08:24:54          Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1a/Fregat-M  Meridian-M 9

MARZEC 2020

07    04:50:31          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Dragon-20
09    11:55:06          Xichang 2         CZ-3B/G2             Beidou-3 G2Q
16    13:34             Wenchang 201      CZ-7A                XJY-6
16    18:28:10          Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos 2545 (Uragan-M)
18    12:16:39          KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
__________________________________________________________________________________________
21    17:06             Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
23    19:30-23:00       Kodiak 3B         Rocket v3.0          ?
24   ~03:35             Xichang           CZ-2C                Yaogan-30-06 A, B, C
26    18:57-20:57       Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/551          AEHF-6, TDO-2
27    04:43             Onenui 1A         Electron/Curie       ANDESITE, 3 x NRO, RAAF M2PF
30    23:21             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            SAOCOM-1B, SSO-1 (Capella 2, GNOMES-1, ?)
31    ??:??             Sriharikota       PSLV                 GSat-12R
??    ??:??             Sriharikota S     GSLV Mk 2            GISAT-1
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-11                CX-6-01 ?
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: Orionid w Marzec 19, 2020, 23:28
Wyniesienie  AEHF-6 26 marca powinnono sie odbyć zgodnie z planem

Space Force, Air Force key tasks not being derailed by coronavirus
by Sandra Erwin — March 18, 2020

(...) The launch of a critical U.S. military communications satellite — the Advanced Extremely High Frequency AEHF-6 — is still scheduled for March 26 at Cape Canaveral, Florida, aboard a United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket.

ULA CEO Tory Bruno on March 17 was asked on Twitter if launches should be suspended because of COVID-19.

“No,” Bruno tweeted. “We have a critical role to support both National Security and rare exploration opportunities. Instead, we are taking steps to protect our people and slow the spread of the virus.” (...)
https://spacenews.com/space-force-air-force-key-tasks-not-being-derailed-by-coronavirus/
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Marzec 21, 2020, 18:17

STYCZEŃ 2020

07    02:19:00          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
07    15:20:15          Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             TJS-5
15    02:53:05          Taiyuan 9         CZ-2D                Jilin-1 Kuanfu-01, NuSat-7, NuSat-8
16    03:02             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Yinhe-1
16    21:05-23:00       Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          Eutelsat Konnect, GSAT-30
29    14:06:49          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
31    02:56             Onenui 1          Electron/Curie       NRO L-151

LUTY 2020

06    21:42:41          Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
09    01:34             Tanegashima Y1    H-2A/202             IGS Optical-7
09    15:48:14          Semnam 2          Simorgh              Zafar-1
10    04:03:00          Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/411          SolO
15    20:21:05          Wallops 0A        Antares-230+         Cygnus-13
17    15:05:55          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
18    22:18             Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA+         JCSat-17, GEO-KOMPSAT-2B
19    21:07:41          Xichang 3         CZ-2D                XJS-C, D, E, F
20    08:24:54          Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1a/Fregat-M  Meridian-M 9

MARZEC 2020

07    04:50:31          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Dragon-20
09    11:55:06          Xichang 2         CZ-3B/G2             Beidou-3 G2Q
16    13:34             Wenchang 201      CZ-7A                XJY-6
16    18:28:10          Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos 2545 (Uragan-M)
18    12:16:39          KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
21    17:06:58          Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
__________________________________________________________________________________________
24   ~03:35             Xichang           CZ-2C                Yaogan-30-06 A, B, C
25-27 19:30-23:00       Kodiak 3B         Rocket v3.0          ?
26    18:57-20:57       Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/551          AEHF-6, TDO-2
30    04:43             Onenui 1A         Electron/Curie       ANDESITE, 3 x NRO, RAAF M2PF
31    ??:??             Sriharikota       PSLV                 GSat-12R
??    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-11                CX-6-01 ?
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: Orionid w Marzec 21, 2020, 19:50
Kolejny zestaw satelitów OneWeb
  21.03. o 17:06:58 z Bajkonuru wystrzelona została RN Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M, która wyniesie pomiędzy T+1h 07' 19" a T+3h 41' 46" na orbitę o przybliżonych parametrach: hp=450 km, ha=450 km, i=87,4° 34 satelity konstelacji OneWeb.
http://lk.astronautilus.pl/n200316.htm#05

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GLjQ8KGbssI
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GLjQ8KGbssI

(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/ETpg6TLWoAMrwiK?format=jpg&name=small)

Состоялся пуск ракеты-носителя «Союз-2.1б»
21.03.2020 20:17

Сегодня, 21 марта 2020 года, в 20:06:58 мск стартовыми расчетами предприятий российской ракетно-космической отрасли выполнен пуск ракеты-носителя «Союз-2.1б» с разгонным блоком «Фрегат» и второй партией из 34 космических аппаратов OneWeb. Разделение разгонного блока и третьей ступени ракеты прошло в штатном режиме через 562 секунды после старта.

После отделения головной части разгонный блок «Фрегат» продолжил выведение аппаратов на заданную орбиту. В период с 21:18 до 23:51 мск в соответствии с циклограммой полета британские спутники OneWeb будут отделяться группами по два или четыре спутника.

 Ракета-носитель «Союз-2.1б» создана в ракетно-космическом центре «Прогресс» (входит в Госкорпорацию «Роскосмос») и является модификацией «Союза-2». По сравнению с вариантом «1а» она имеет двигатель с повышенными энергетическими характеристиками на 3-й ступени. У «Союза-2.1б» по отношению к предыдущей версии выше точность выведения, устойчивость и управляемость, увеличена масса полезной нагрузки.
https://www.roscosmos.ru/28238/

https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2020/03/arianespace-starsem-launch-new-batch-oneweb-satellites/

Artykuły astronautyczne (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3543.msg142796#msg142796)

https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/oneweb.htm
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Marzec 24, 2020, 07:10
Podczas próbnego, "mokrego" odliczania Rocket 3.0 (małej rakiety nośnej firmy Astra) doszło do... no właśnie, nie bardzo wiadomo, do czego. Firma słynie z niepodawania wiadomości w ogóle, a wiadomości nieprecyzyjnych (mocno zbliżonych do nieprawdy) w szczególe. Tak było w przypadku dwóch startów próbnych.  W pierwszym rakieta uległa awarii w T+21 sekund, w drugim jeszcze wcześniej, zaraz po starcie, uszkadzając lekko położony opodal budynek. Jednak Astra oba starty z uporem maniaka nazywa w pełni udanymi. Zatem, powstrzymując się, od komentarza, podaję to, co zamieszczono na NSF.

1. Astra has postponed a launch from Alaska scheduled for as soon as Tuesday because of technical issues with the rocket. No new date set yet.

2. “Anomaly” at Pacific Spaceport Complex launch rehearsal, no injuries as a result (https://kmxt.org/2020/03/anomaly-at-pacific-spaceport-complex-launch-rehearsal-no-injuries-as-a-result/).
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Marzec 24, 2020, 07:56
Indyjski kosmodrom zamknięty z powodu pandemii na trzy tygodnie.
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Marzec 24, 2020, 18:29

STYCZEŃ 2020

07    02:19:00          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
07    15:20:15          Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             TJS-5
15    02:53:05          Taiyuan 9         CZ-2D                Jilin-1 Kuanfu-01, NuSat-7, NuSat-8
16    03:02             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Yinhe-1
16    21:05-23:00       Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          Eutelsat Konnect, GSAT-30
29    14:06:49          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
31    02:56             Onenui 1          Electron/Curie       NRO L-151

LUTY 2020

06    21:42:41          Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
09    01:34             Tanegashima Y1    H-2A/202             IGS Optical-7
09    15:48:14          Semnam 2          Simorgh              Zafar-1
10    04:03:00          Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/411          SolO
15    20:21:05          Wallops 0A        Antares-230+         Cygnus-13
17    15:05:55          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
18    22:18             Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA+         JCSat-17, GEO-KOMPSAT-2B
19    21:07:41          Xichang 3         CZ-2D                XJS-C, D, E, F
20    08:24:54          Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1a/Fregat-M  Meridian-M 9

MARZEC 2020

07    04:50:31          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Dragon-20
09    11:55:06          Xichang 2         CZ-3B/G2             Beidou-3 G2Q
16    13:34             Wenchang 201      CZ-7A                XJY-6
16    18:28:10          Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos 2545 (Uragan-M)
18    12:16:39          KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
21    17:06:58          Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
24    03:43             Xichang           CZ-2C                Yaogan-30-06 A, B, C
__________________________________________________________________________________________
26    18:57-20:57       Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/551          AEHF-6, TDO-2
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: JSz w Marzec 24, 2020, 18:53
Zbliża się pora na otwarcie nowego wątku - o startach w II kwartale...
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Marzec 24, 2020, 19:26
Zbliża się pora na otwarcie nowego wątku - o startach w II kwartale...

Aż się boję zaczynać...
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: Adam.Przybyla w Marzec 24, 2020, 19:46
Zbliża się pora na otwarcie nowego wątku - o startach w II kwartale...

Aż się boję zaczynać...
       ... to podaj chinszczyzne, aktualnie jest zdrowa;-) Z powazaniem
                                                                                                    Adam Przybyla
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Marzec 24, 2020, 19:54
Zbliża się pora na otwarcie nowego wątku - o startach w II kwartale...

Aż się boję zaczynać...
       ... to podaj chinszczyzne, aktualnie jest zdrowa;-) Z powazaniem
                                                                                                    Adam Przybyla

Niestety, tam znów sporo podawane jest w ostatniej chwili...
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Marzec 25, 2020, 06:40
Kampania startowa Electrona, który miał odlecieć z Nowej Zelandii 30 marca, została wstrzymana na cztery tygodnie z powodu pandemii koronawirusa.

Cape Canaveral będzie czynny cały czas, żadne planowane w najbliższych miesiącach misje nie zostają odwołane (https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/03/24/military-officials-committed-to-keeping-cape-canaveral-open-for-launches/).
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: Orionid w Marzec 26, 2020, 05:27
Chińska trójka
  24.03. o 03:43:05,331 z Xichang wystrzelona została RN CZ-2C, która wyniosła na orbitę o parametrach: hp=591 km,
ha=602 km, i=35,00° trzy satelity Yaogan-30-06, należące do systemu zwiadu elektronicznego mórz.
http://lk.astronautilus.pl/n200316.htm#06

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TKgfVptHcWs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TKgfVptHcWs

Rozpoznawcza misja Long March 2C
26 marca, 2020 Łukasz Pacholski

(...)
Co ciekawe, rakiety nośne Long March 2C są rzadko wykorzystywane przez Chińczyków. Ostatni start, także z satelitami rodziny Yaogan 30, miał miejsce w lipcu 2019 roku. Od 1982 roku odnotowano ponad 50 startów, spośród nich tylko jeden zakończył się niepowodzeniem.
https://portalkosmiczny.pl/swiat/rozpoznawcza-misja-long-march-2c/

China launches new remote sensing satellites
Source: Xinhua| 2020-03-24 13:20:26|Editor: huaxia

(http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/2020-03/24/138911294_15850321378461n.jpg)
China sends a group of new remote sensing satellites belonging to the Yaogan-30 family into orbit by a Long March-2C carrier rocket from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in southwest China's Sichuan Province, March 24, 2020. (Photo by Guo Wenbin/Xinhua)

XICHANG, March 24 (Xinhua) -- China successfully sent a group of new remote sensing satellites into orbit from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in southwest China's Sichuan Province on Tuesday.

Belonging to the Yaogan-30 family, this group of satellites was launched by a Long March-2C carrier rocket at 11:43 a.m. (Beijing Time).

The satellites have entered the planned orbits.

This satellite group will work as a constellation for electromagnetic environment detection and related technological tests.

The satellites were developed by the Innovation Academy for Microsatellites of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. And the carrier rocket was developed by the China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology under the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation.

Tuesday's launch was the 329th mission of the Long March rocket series.
http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/2020-03/24/c_138911294.htm

China launches three military satellites
March 24, 2020 Stephen Clark

(https://mk0spaceflightnoa02a.kinstacdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/9e5389bbly1gd4wej4039j20et0b475i.jpg)
A Long March 2C rocket climbs into the sky with three Yaogan 30 satellites Monday. Credit: CCTV

Three Chinese military satellites with undisclosed missions rocketed into a 370-mile-high (600-kilometer) orbit Tuesday on a Long March 2C launcher.

The classified payloads lifted off at 0343 GMT Tuesday (11:43 p.m. EDT Monday) from the Xichang space center in southwestern China’s Sichuan province, according to the state-run Xinhua news agency.

Xinhua said the three “remote sensing satellites” will be used for “electromagnetic environment detection and related technological tests.”

Liftoff occurred at 11:43 a.m. Beijing time Tuesday.

The two-stage Long March 2C rocket, fueled by liquid hydrazine and nitrogen tetroxide propellants, delivered the three satellites to a 370-mile-high orbit inclined 35 degrees to the equator.

The three satellites are part of China’s Yaogan 30 family. Five Yaogan 30 triplets have launched on Long March 2C rockets from Xichang into the same type of orbit since late 2017. The trio of satellites launched Tuesday are known as Yaogan 30-06.

The Yaogan series of satellites are believed to be operated by the Chinese military for intelligence-gathering purposes.

The mission of the Yaogan 30 satellites remains a mystery.

Some analysts suggested the Yaogan 30 family of satellites could be testing new electronic eavesdropping equipment, or helping the Chinese military track U.S. and other foreign naval deployments. But details about the spacecraft and their missions have not been disclosed by the Chinese government.

The Yaogan 30 satellites were developed by the Innovation Academy for Microsatellites of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, according to Xinhua.

Tuesday’s mission was the seven Chinese space launch of the year, including one launch failure.
https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/03/24/china-launches-three-military-satellites/

https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2020/03/long-march-2c-latest-yaogan-weixing-mission/

Yaogan 30-06-01 (CX 5-16)  https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/yaogan-30-01.htm
Yaogan 30-06-02 (CX 5-17)
Yaogan 30-06-03 (CX 5-18)
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: astropl w Marzec 26, 2020, 21:20

STYCZEŃ 2020

07    02:19:00          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
07    15:20:15          Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             TJS-5
15    02:53:05          Taiyuan 9         CZ-2D                Jilin-1 Kuanfu-01, NuSat-7, NuSat-8
16    03:02             Jiuquan           KZ-1A                Yinhe-1
16    21:05-23:00       Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA          Eutelsat Konnect, GSAT-30
29    14:06:49          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
31    02:56             Onenui 1          Electron/Curie       NRO L-151

LUTY 2020

06    21:42:41          Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
09    01:34             Tanegashima Y1    H-2A/202             IGS Optical-7
09    15:48:14          Semnam 2          Simorgh              Zafar-1
10    04:03:00          Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/411          SolO
15    20:21:05          Wallops 0A        Antares-230+         Cygnus-13
17    15:05:55          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9             Starlink v1.0 x 60
18    22:18             Kourou 3          Ariane-5ECA+         JCSat-17, GEO-KOMPSAT-2B
19    21:07:41          Xichang 3         CZ-2D                XJS-C, D, E, F
20    08:24:54          Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1a/Fregat-M  Meridian-M 9

MARZEC 2020

07    04:50:31          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Dragon-20
09    11:55:06          Xichang 2         CZ-3B/G2             Beidou-3 G2Q
16    13:34             Wenchang 201      CZ-7A                XJY-6
16    18:28:10          Plesieck 43/3     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos 2545 (Uragan-M)
18    12:16:39          KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            Starlink v1.0 x 60
21    17:06:58          Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 34
24    03:43:05          Xichang           CZ-2C                Yaogan-30-06 A, B, C
26    20:18:00          Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/551          AEHF-6, TDO-2
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Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: Orionid w Marzec 27, 2020, 04:08
Ostatni AEHF
26.03. o 20:18:00,148 z Cape Canaveral wystrzelona została RN Atlas-5/551, która wyniosła w T+28' 52" na orbitę
o parametrach: hp=190 km, ha=35314 km, i=26,61° satelitę TDO-2 (CubeSat 12U), a w T+5h 38' 08" na orbitę
o parametrach: hp=10890 km, ha=35310 km, i=13,72° ostatniego wojskowego satelitę telekomunikacyjnego AEHF-6.
Zostanie on własnym napędem umieszczony na orbicie geostacjonarnej.
http://lk.astronautilus.pl/n200316.htm#07

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eaa3lADTlTQ
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eaa3lADTlTQ&feature=emb_title

ULA’s Atlas 5 launches AEHF-6 communications satellite in its first mission for U.S. Space Force
by Sandra Erwin — March 26, 2020

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A United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket lifted off March 26, 2020, at 4:18 PM EST carrying the AEHF-6 satellite. Credit: ULA

SMC Commander Lt. Gen. Thompson: “The AEHF launch is one of those we consider absolutely mission essential.”

WASHINGTON — A United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket lifted off on March 26 at 4:18 PM EST from Space Launch Complex-41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, carrying a $1.4 billion Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF-6) communications satellite for the U.S. Space Force.

This was the sixth and final satellite of the AEHF constellation that provides secure, jam-proof voice and data communications for U.S. national leadership, military forces and international partners Canada, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and Australia. All six were manufactured by Lockheed Martin.

The Atlas 5 flew in the 551 configuration with five side-mounted solid rocket boosters.

The launch was set to go at 2:57 PM but there was an unplanned hold called at T-minus 46 seconds. ULA CEO Tory Bruno on Twitter explained the hold was due to a fault in the ground hydraulics accumulator.

“Bad amplifier card on a ground system hydraulic pump controller. Working on a solution,” Bruno tweeted.

ULA engineers were able to fix the problem and get the Atlas 5 off within the two-hour launch window.

Atlas 5 rockets launched the first five AEHF satellites in 2010, 2012, 2013, 2018 and 2019.

This was ULA’s 138th launch, the 83rd of the Atlas 5 rocket since 2002 and the 11th in the 551 configuration. The mission also marked the 500th flight of the Aerojet Rocketdyne RL10 engine that powers the Centaur upper stage. Aerojet also provided the five AJ-60A solid rocket boosters.

Lt. Gen. John Thompson, commander of the U.S. Space Force Space and Missile Systems Center, told SpaceNews in a March 25 interview that it was important for get AEHF-6 launched on schedule despite reduced staff and other challenges (https://spacenews.com/45th-space-wing-launches-to-go-on-as-scheduled/) related to the coronavirus pandemic.

“The AEHF launch is one of those we consider absolutely mission essential,” said Thompson. “These satellites are hugely important to presidential and national leadership communications in a crisis. They are also essential to warfighters and allies.”

The deployment of the sixth satellite ensures that the AEHF constellation will stay in service beyond 2030, Thompson said.

On its way to AEHF’s final orbit, the upper stage of the Atlas 5 at 4:47 PM released a small rideshare payload (https://spacenews.com/parsons-building-small-satellite-to-fly-on-atlas-5-in-upcoming-aehf-6-mission/) named TDO-2. The 12U cubesat carried U.S. government experimental payloads that will test optical calibration and satellite laser-ranging technologies for space domain awareness.

The rideshare satellite, sponsored by the Air Force Research Laboratory, was developed by the Georgia Institute of Technology and integrated by Parsons Corp.

The Centaur upper stage will deploy AEHF-6 after a five-hour coast.

https://spacenews.com/ulas-atlas-5-launches-aehf-6-communications-satellite-in-its-first-mission-for-u-s-space-force/

Atlas V Primed for First U.S. Space Force Launch Thursday with AEHF-6
By Ben Evans, on March 24th, 2020

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The sixth and final USAF Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF-6) satellite, encapsulated within its Payload Fairing, is transported to the Vertical Integration Facility (VIF) at Space Launch Complex (SLC)-41 for stacking atop its Atlas V rocket. Photos: ULA

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The Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF) is a series of spacecraft operated by the U.S. Space Force to provide civilian leaders with unrivaled communications with military assets around the world. Photo Credit: ULA/Twitter
https://www.americaspace.com/2020/03/24/atlas-v-primed-for-first-u-s-space-force-launch-thursday-with-aehf-6/

Atlas V Launches AEHF-6 Military SATCOM from Cape Canaveral
By Ben Evans, on March 26th, 2020

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The first mission under the newly formed U.S. Space Force took flight today from Cape Canaveral, FL, as a ULA Atlas V rocket launched the AEHF-6 SATCOM. Photo: ULA

(...) As outlined in AmericaSpace’s preview feature, the multi-month campaign to launch AEHF-6 has taken place on several fronts. In early January, the Atlas V Common Core Booster (CCB) and Centaur upper stage were delivered by ULA’s RocketShip vessel from Decatur, Ala., to the Cape, whereupon both went their separate ways for pre-flight processing. The Centaur was moved directly to the VIF at SLC-41, whilst the Atlas V itself headed initially to the holding bay of the Atlas Spacecraft Operations Center (ASOC). On 19 February, both of these huge rocket components came together in the VIF for the Launch Vehicle On Stand (LVOS) milestone and by month’s end all five solid-fueled boosters had been installed around the CCB base. Finally, on 12 March, the bullet-shaped Short Payload Fairing (SPF), housing the AEHF-6 cargo, was mounted atop the stack.

Hopes to fly as soon as 19 March were postponed by a few days, thanks to the need to swap out a troublesome valve which had exhibited off-nominal readings. Additional time to complete testing of the replacement valve obliged ULA to settle on 26 March as the earliest available launch date. And despite the steady worldwide march of the COVID-19 coronavirus, ULA CEO Tory Bruno expressed no reservations about the performance capability of the Atlas V. “Mighty Atlas will be socially distancing from you at around 20,000 mph (32,000 km/h),” he tweeted Wednesday, “but you can still see him from your backyard if you live in Florida or the Georgia/Carolina coast.”

With a predicted 80-percent likelihood of acceptable weather, Thursday promised to be an ideal day to fly. “High pressure remains in control through the weekend, resulting in mainly dry conditions and unusually warm temperatures,” noted the 45th Weather Squadron at Patrick Air Force Base in its L-1 briefing on Wednesday. “The primary concern for both Thursday and Friday remains the Cumulus Cloud Rule.” However, it was stressed that the likelihood of acceptable conditions would improve to 90-percent favourable in the event of a 24-hour scrub to Friday. Shortly after arrival at the pad, technicians and engineers began loading RP-1—a highly refined form of rocket-grade kerosene—into the Atlas V’s tanks, with cryogenic tanking of liquid oxygen and hydrogen slated to begin in the final hours prior to Thursday’s launch.

Atlas 5 launch caps deployment of ultra-secure military communications network
March 26, 2020 Stephen Clark

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An Atlas 5 rocket fired off pad 41 at Cape Canaveral at 4:18 p.m. EDT (2018 GMT) Thursday. Credit: United Launch Alliance

The sixth and final satellite in the U.S. military’s most secure satellite communications fleet lifted off from Cape Canaveral Thursday aboard a United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket, extending the network’s expected lifetime beyond 2030. (...)

Thursday’s mission marked the 500th production RL10 engine to be flown. RL10 engines, which burn liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen propellants, have flown on Atlas, Saturn and Titan rockets, sending spacecraft toward every planet in the solar system.

After the Centaur’s second burn — around a half-hour after liftoff — the rocket released a small suitcase-sized CubeSat secondary payload named TDO 2.

Sponsored by the Air Force Research Laboratory and produced at the Georgia Institute of Technology, the TDO 2 spacecraft is based on a 12U CubeSat design. Its mission will support “space domain awareness” through optical calibration and satellite laser ranging, according to the U.S. Space Force’s Space and Missile Systems Center.

After deploying the TDO 2 payload, the Centaur coasted for five hours before reigniting the RL10 engine for a third time to reshape the rocket’s orbit. The final RL10 burn occurred at an altitude of around 22,000 miles (35,000 kilometers).

The planned 88-second burn raised the orbit’s perigee, or low point, and reduced its inclination. The maneuver placed the AEHF 6 spacecraft closer to its operating orbit, reducing the satellite’s expected fuel usage and extending its usable lifetime.

At 9:59 p.m. EDT (0159 GMT), the Centaur stage released the AEHF 6 spacecraft. Minutes later, satellite-builder Lockheed Martin confirmed ground teams were receiving signals from the new satellite.

“We are thrilled to accomplish this important milestone on the last AEHF satellite,” said Col. John Dukes, senior materiel leader for the geosynchronous orbit division of SMC’s production corps. “The combined integrated team worked diligently to ensure the success of this mission. The satellite is operating as expected and is ready to undergo orbit raising and on-orbit testing for the next several months after which it will provide mission critical capabilities to our warfighters.”


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The AEHF 6 satellite was encapsulated inside the Atlas 5 rocket’s payload fairing in February ahead of Thursday’s launch. Credit: United Launch Alliance

The successful launch Thursday marked the first deployment of a U.S. Space Force payload since the formal establishment of the new military service in December. The AEHF satellites were previously managed the Air Force, and the first five launched on Atlas 5 rockets from Cape Canaveral beginning in August 2010.

The Space Force remains part of the Air Force, but the new service took over units formerly under the authority of Air Force Space Command.

“Congratulations to the U.S. Space Force on liftoff of your first mission,” said Tory Bruno, ULA’s president and CEO, in a statement. “We are proud to be your partner for this historic mission and honored to have launched the entire Lockheed Martin produced AEHF constellation on Atlas 5 rockets. We understand the critical importance of delivering protected communications to strategic command and tactical warfighters operating on ground, sea and air.”

U.S. military satellite tracking data indicated the AEHF 6 spacecraft separated from the Centaur upper stage in an elliptical transfer orbit ranging between 6,767 miles (10,891 kilometers) and 21,492 miles (35,313 kilometers), with an inclination of 13.7 degrees to the equator.

Those orbit figures were very close to pre-launch predictions. The RL10’s final burn before deploying the AEHF 6 satellite was programmed to continue until sensors detected a low propellant level on the Centaur stage, ensuring the payload reached the best orbit possible.

The AEHF 6 satellite will use its own engine and plasma thrusters to maneuver into a circular geostationary orbit more than 22,000 miles over the equator, where the craft’s speed will match the rate of Earth’s rotation. That will allow AEHF 6 to remain over the same part of the world 24 hours per day.

Military officials have not disclosed the geographic coverage area for AEHF 6.

Designed to operate at least 14 years, the AEHF satellites are follow-ons to the Air Force’s Milstar satellite network.

Each of the AEHF satellites, which are spread around the world to enable global coverage, provides more capacity than the entire five-satellite Milstar constellation, which launched in the 1990s and 2000s. The AEHF satellites are cross-linked with one another, allowing the network to beam signals around the world without going through a ground station.

AEHF 6 will go straight into operations once it passes post-launch tests, Space Force officials said.

The AEHF satellites provide connectivity at different specified data rates between 75 bits per second to 8 megabits per second. Those data rates are slow by modern standards, but what distinguishes the AEHF satellites is their ability to resist jamming and continue operating, even in the event of nuclear war.

Each satellite also carries gimbaled dish antennas to reach users on-the-move, phased array antennas with beams can be steered electronically rather than mechanically, and nulling antennas to provide “extremely high anti-jam capability to in-theater users,” according to Northrop Grumman, supplier of the AEHF communications payload.

“AEHF, if we were to have to operate in (the highest bandwidth) mode, will enable the President of the United States, national leaders and four international allies to be able to communicate in voice-recognizable communication, even through any event,” Dukes said.

The governments of Australia, Canada, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom have joined the AEHF program.

“Across the globe, we have numerous Army, Navy, Air Force, and joint international partner terminals with the AEHF constellation online,” Dukes said. “We have enough bandwidth to service all the terminals in our concept of operations. So by upgrading from the Milstar to the AEHF constellation, we’re able to provide that capability from now to beyond 2030.”

Thursday’s launch went ahead amid the coronavirus pandemic, which has forced delays in many upcoming launches.

But the launch of the AEHF 6 satellite was deemed critical by military leaders.

“There are critical things or mission-essential things that the U.S. Department of Defense does every day, regardless of what the current global situation is,” said Lt. Gen. John “JT” Thompson, commander of the Space and Missile Systems Center at Los Angeles Air Force Base. “So even in the face of a global pandemic like the COVID-19 crisis, we must continue to perform mission-essential tasks.

“One of those mission-essential tasks, one of those things that we have to do for the warfighter and for the United States of America is launch AEHF 6,” Thompson said. “It is designated mission-essential, and it’s because the AEHF constellation supports the President of the United States, other national leaders and the joint forces with critical strategic communications around the planet.

“This particular launch extends that capability out into the timeframe beyond 2030,” Thompson said.

ULA says its next Atlas 5 launch is scheduled for May, when the next flight of the military’s X-37B spaceplane is scheduled for takeoff from Cape Canaveral.

https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/03/26/atlas-5-rocket-launch-caps-deployment-of-ultra-secure-military-communications-network/

Photos: Atlas 5 rocket rolls out to launch pad at Cape Canaveral
March 25, 2020 Stephen Clark

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Credit: United Launch Alliance
https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/03/25/photos-atlas-5-rocket-rolls-out-to-launch-pad-at-cape-canaveral/

Here are some statistics on this morning's mission:

665th launch for Atlas program since 1957
367th Atlas launch from Cape Canaveral
254th mission of a Centaur upper stage
231st use of Centaur by an Atlas rocket
500th production RL10 engine to be launched
31st RL10C-1 engine launched
89th flight of an RD-180 main engine
119th-123rd AJ-60 solid rocket boosters flown
83rd launch of an Atlas 5 since 2002
31st U.S. Air Force/Space Force use of an Atlas 5
68th launch of an Atlas 5 from Cape Canaveral
2nd Atlas 5 launch of 2020
123rd Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle flight
138th United Launch Alliance flight overall
75th Atlas 5 under United Launch Alliance
98th United Launch Alliance flight from Cape Canaveral
53rd ULA launch for U.S. Air Force/Space Force
28th 500-series flight of the Atlas 5
11th Atlas 5 to fly in the 551 configuration
95th launch from Complex 41
68th Atlas 5 to use Complex 41
7th orbital launch overall from Cape Canaveral in 2020
https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/03/25/atlas-5-aehf-6-mission-status-center/
https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/03/26/atlas-5-launch-timeline-for-the-aehf-6-mission/

Final AEHF satellite mated to Atlas 5 launcher at Cape Canaveral
March 12, 2020 Stephen Clark

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The first stage for the next Atlas 5 rocket launch was raised on ULA’s mobile launch platform Feb. 19. Credit: United Launch Alliance
https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/03/12/final-aehf-satellite-mated-to-atlas-5-launcher-at-cape-canaveral/

Military officials committed to keeping Cape Canaveral open for launches
March 24, 2020 Stephen Clark

The military-run Eastern Range at Cape Canaveral remains ready to support upcoming launches — including an Atlas 5 flight Thursday — amid the coronavirus pandemic, officials said Tuesday.

The next launch scheduled from Cape Canaveral is set to take off Thursday, when a United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket carries a U.S. Space Force communications satellite into orbit. Preparations for that mission are on schedule, officials said Tuesday. (...)
https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/03/24/military-officials-committed-to-keeping-cape-canaveral-open-for-launches/

https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2020/03/atlas-v-launch-space-forces-aehf-6/

AEHF 6 (USA 295) https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/aehf-1.htm
TDO 2 https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/tdo.htm
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: kanarkusmaximus w Marzec 27, 2020, 09:53
Jak na obecne problemy na całym świecie (z których wychodzą Chiny) - tyle startów w marcu to całkiem niezły wynik!
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: Orionid w Marzec 28, 2020, 12:29
Starty kosmiczne w 2020  cz 1

Starty wg miesięcy:

I  7 (Chiny 3, SpaceX 2, Rocket Lab 1, Europa 1)
II 8+1 (15+1)  (Chiny 1, SpaceX 1, ULA 1, NG 1, Rosja 2, Europa 1, Japonia 1, Iran 1)
III 7+1 (22+2)  (Chiny 2+1, SpaceX 2, ULA 1, Rosja 2)

W skrócie:

Chiny                                             6 + 1                                                   
USA                                               8 (SpaceX 5, ULA 2, NG 1)                                                               
Nowa Zelandia (Rocket Lab)             1           
Rosja                                             4+0 z Kourou                                                   
Europa (bez europejskich Sojuzów)   2           
Japonia                                          1                                                 
Indie                                              0
Iran                                               1

Chiny

07.01. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3863.msg140217#msg140217)    CZ-3B/G2      Xichang
             TJS-5 GEO
15.01. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3863.msg140431#msg140431)    CZ-2D      Taiyuan LC9
             Jilin-1 Kuanfu-01
             ÑuSat-7 (37 kg)
             ÑuSat-8 (37 kg)
             Tianqi 5 (8 kg ?)
16.01. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3863.msg140432#msg140432)    KZ-1A      Jiuquan
             Yinhe-1 (227 kg)
19.02. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3863.msg141680#msg141680)    CZ-2D      Xichang LC3
              XJS C
              XJS D
              XJS E
              XJS F
09.03. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3863.msg142343#msg142343)    CZ-3B/G2      Xichang LC2
             Beidou-3 G2Q (4600 kg) GEO
16.03. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3863.msg142577#msg142577)   CZ-7A      Wenchang LC201
            XJY-6 GEO

24.03. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3863.msg142952#msg142952)   CZ-2C      Xichang
            Yaogan 30-06-01 (CX 5-16)
            Yaogan 30-06-02 (CX 5-17)
            Yaogan 30-06-03 (CX 5-18)
             

USA

SpaceX

07.01. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3761.msg140216#msg140216)    Falcon-9R      Canaveral SLC-40
             Starlink v1.0 2-1 (Starlink 1066) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-2 (Starlink 1069) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-3 (Starlink 1070) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-4 (Starlink 1071) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-5 (Starlink 1072) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-6 (Starlink 1073) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-7 (Starlink 1074) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-8 (Starlink 1075) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-9 (Starlink 1076) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-10 (Starlink 1077) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-11 (Starlink 1078) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-12 (Starlink 1079) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-13 (Starlink 1080) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-14 (Starlink 1081) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-15 (Starlink 1082) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-16 (Starlink 1083) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-17 (Starlink 1084) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-18 (Starlink 1085) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-19 (Starlink 1086) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-20 (Starlink 1087) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-21 (Starlink 1088) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-22 (Starlink 1089) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-23 (Starlink 1090) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-24 (Starlink 1091) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-25 (Starlink 1092) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-26 (Starlink 1093) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-27 (Starlink 1094) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-28 (Starlink 1095) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-29 (Starlink 1096) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-30 (Starlink 1097) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-31 (Starlink 1098) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-32 (Starlink 1099) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-33 (Starlink 1100) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-34 (Starlink 1101) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-35 (Starlink 1102) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-36 (Starlink 1103) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-37 (Starlink 1104) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-38 (Starlink 1106) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-39 (Starlink 1107) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-40 (Starlink 1108) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-41 (Starlink 1109) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-42 (Starlink 1110) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-43 (Starlink 1111) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-44 (Starlink 1112) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-45 (Starlink 1113) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-46 (Starlink 1114) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-47 (Starlink 1115) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-48 (Starlink 1116) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-49 (Starlink 1117) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-50 (Starlink 1118) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-51 (Starlink 1119) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-52 (Starlink 1121) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-53 (Starlink 1122) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-54 (Starlink 1123) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-55 (Starlink 1124) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-56 (Starlink 1125) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-57 (Starlink 1126) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-58 (Starlink 1128) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-59 (Starlink 1130, Darksat) (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 2-60 (Starlink 1144) (~260 kg)
29.01. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3901.msg141025#msg141025)    Falcon-9R      Canaveral SLC-40
             Starlink v1.0 3-1 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-2 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-3 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-4 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-5 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-6 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-7 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-8 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-9 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-10 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-11 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-12 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-13 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-14 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-15 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-16 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-17 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-18 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-19 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-20 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-21 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-22 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-23 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-24 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-25 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-26 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-27 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-28 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-29 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-30 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-31 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-32 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-33 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-34 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-35 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-36 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-37 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-38 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-39 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-40 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-41 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-42 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-43 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-44 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-45 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-46 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-47 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-48 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-49 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-50 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-51 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-52 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-53 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-54 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-55 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-56 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-57 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-58 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-59 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 3-60 (~260 kg)
17.02. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3913.msg141585;topicseen#msg141585)    Falcon-9R       Canaveral SLC-40
             Starlink v1.0 4-1 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-2 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-3 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-4 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-5 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-6 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-7 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-8 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-9 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-10 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-11 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-12 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-13 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-14 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-15 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-16 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-17 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-18 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-19 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-20 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-21 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-22 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-23 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-24 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-25 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-26 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-27 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-28 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-29 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-30 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-31 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-32 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-33 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-34 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-35 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-36 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-37 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-38 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-39 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-40 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-41 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-42 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-43 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-44 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-45 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-46 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-47 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-48 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-49 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-50 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-51 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-52 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-53 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-54 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-55 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-56 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-57 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-58 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-59 (~260 kg)
             Starlink v1.0 4-60 (~260 kg)   
07.03. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3940.msg142210#msg142210)   Falcon-9R      Canaveral SLC-40
            Dragon CRS-20 (SpX 20, Dragon C112-F3)
            Bartolomeo (CEPHFISS) ⇑
            iSIM ⇑
            Lynk 4 ⇑
            G-Satellite ↑
            Quetzal 1 (Guatesat 1) ↑ (1 kg)
18.03. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3941.msg142677#msg142677)   Falcon-9R      KSC LC-39A
            Starlink v1.0 5-1 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-2 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-3 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-4 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-5 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-6 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-7 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-8 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-9 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-10 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-11 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-12 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-13 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-14 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-15 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-16 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-17 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-18 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-19 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-20 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-21 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-22 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-23 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-24 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-25 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-26 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-27 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-28 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-29 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-30 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-31 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-32 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-33 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-34 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-35 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-36 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-37 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-38 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-39 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-40 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-41 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-42 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-43 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-44 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-45 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-46 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-47 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-48 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-49 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-50 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-51 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-52 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-53 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-54 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-55 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-56 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-57 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-58 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-59 (~260 kg)
            Starlink v1.0 5-60 (~260 kg)

ULA

10.02. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=979.msg141405#msg141405)    Atlas-5/411      Canaveral SLC-41
             SolO (1800 kg) orbita heliocentryczna
26.03. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3863.msg142989#msg142989)   Atlas-5/551      Canaveral SLC-41
            AEHF 6 (USA 298) (6168 kg) GEO
            TDO-2


Northrop Grumman

15.02. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3938.msg141513#msg141513)    Antares-230+      Wallops LP-0A
             Cygnus NG-13     

Nowa Zelandia
Rocket Lab (amerykańska spółka z nowozelandzką spółką zależną)

31.01. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3863.msg141032#msg141032)    Electron/Curie      Onenui LC1
             NRO L-151
Tytuł: Odp: Starty rakiet (I kwartał 2020 roku)
Wiadomość wysłana przez: Orionid w Marzec 28, 2020, 12:32
Starty kosmiczne w 2020  cz 2

Rosja

06.02. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3863.msg141283#msg141283)    Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M      Bajkonur 31/PU-6
             OneWeb L2 1 (OneWeb 0013) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 2 (OneWeb 0017) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 3 (OneWeb 0020) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 4 (OneWeb 0021) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 5 (OneWeb 0022) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 6 (OneWeb 0023) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 7 (OneWeb 0024) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 8 (OneWeb 0025) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 9 (OneWeb 0026) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 10 (OneWeb 0028) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 11 (OneWeb 0032) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 12 (OneWeb 0033) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 13 (OneWeb 0035) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 14 (OneWeb 0036) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 15 (OneWeb 0038) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 16 (OneWeb 0039) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 17 (OneWeb 0040) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 18 (OneWeb 0041) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 19 (OneWeb 0043) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 20 (OneWeb 0044) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 21 (OneWeb 0045) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 22 (OneWeb 0047) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 23 (OneWeb 0048) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 24 (OneWeb 0049) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 25 (OneWeb 0051) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 26 (OneWeb 0052) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 27 (OneWeb 0053) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 28 (OneWeb 0054) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 29 (OneWeb 0056) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 30 (OneWeb 0057) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 31 (OneWeb 0058) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 32 (OneWeb 0059) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 33 (OneWeb 0062) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L2 34 (OneWeb 0065) (147 kg)
20.02. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3863.msg141703;topicseen#msg141703)    Sojuz-2.1a/Fregat       Plesieck 43/PU-3
             Kosmos 2545 (Meridian-M 9) (> 2000 kg)
16.03. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3863.msg142578#msg142578)   Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat      Plesieck 43/PU-4
            Kosmos 2545 (Uragan-M #51, GLONASS-M №760) (1415 kg)
21.03. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3863.msg142797#msg142797)   Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M      Bajkonur 31/PU-6
             OneWeb L3 1 (OneWeb 0013) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L3 2 (OneWeb 0017) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L3 3 (OneWeb 0020) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L3 4 (OneWeb 0021) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L3 5 (OneWeb 0022) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L3 6 (OneWeb 0023) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L3 7 (OneWeb 0024) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L3 8 (OneWeb 0025) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L3 9 (OneWeb 0026) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L3 10 (OneWeb 0028) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L3 11 (OneWeb 0032) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L3 12 (OneWeb 0033) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L3 13 (OneWeb 0035) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L3 14 (OneWeb 0036) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L3 15 (OneWeb 0038) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L3 16 (OneWeb 0039) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L3 17 (OneWeb 0040) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L3 18 (OneWeb 0041) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L3 19 (OneWeb 0043) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L3 20 (OneWeb 0044) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L3 21 (OneWeb 0045) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L3 22 (OneWeb 0047) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L3 23 (OneWeb 0048) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L3 24 (OneWeb 0049) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L3 25 (OneWeb 0051) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L3 26 (OneWeb 0052) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L3 27 (OneWeb 0053) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L3 28 (OneWeb 0054) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L3 29 (OneWeb 0056) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L3 30 (OneWeb 0057) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L3 31 (OneWeb 0058) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L3 32 (OneWeb 0059) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L3 33 (OneWeb 0062) (147 kg)
             OneWeb L3 34 (OneWeb 0065) (147 kg)

Rosja  (Arianespace)

Europa

16.01. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3863.msg140434#msg140434)   KZ-1A      Jiuquan
             Eutelsat Konnect (3619 kg) GEO
             GSAT-30 (3357 kg) GEO
18.02. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3863.msg141659#msg141659)    Ariane-5ECA+      Kourou ELA-3
             JCSat-17 (5857 kg) GEO
             GEO-KOMPSAT-2B (3379 kg) GEO

Japonia

09.02. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3863.msg141403#msg141403)    H-2A (202)      Tanegashima Y/LP-2
             IGS Optical-7           


Indie


Iran

09.02. (https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=250.msg141404#msg141404)    Simorgh    Semnan LC2
             Zafar-1
(113 kg)

2017 (http://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=2968.msg113233#msg113233)
2018 (http://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3294.msg126624#msg126624)
2019 (http://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3780.msg139664#msg139664)