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« Odpowiedź #45 dnia: Listopad 20, 2020, 01:02 »
Trzeci start CZ-6
  06.11. o 03:19:14,901 z Taiyuan wystrzelona została RN CZ-6, która wyniosła na orbitę 10 argentyńskich satelitów
teledetekcyjnych Satellogic 9-18  (ÑuSat-9 'Alice', ÑuSat-10 'Caroline', ÑuSat-11 'Cora', ÑuSat-12 'Dorothy',
ÑuSat-13 'Emmy', ÑuSat-14 'Hedy', ÑuSat-15 'Katherine', ÑuSat-16 'Lise', ÑuSat-17 'Mary' i ÑuSat-18 'Vera',
oraz trzy chińskie: Taiyuan (BY70 3), Tianyi 05 (TY20) i Bei Hangkong Shi Weixing 1 (Beihang-1, MN50 3).
http://lk.astronautilus.pl/n201101.htm#02

Long March-6 launches 13 satellites
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China sends 13 satellites into orbit with single rocket
Source: Xinhua| 2020-11-06 21:57:19|Editor: huaxia


A Long March-6 carrier rocket carrying 13 satellites is launched from Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center in north China's Shanxi Province, Nov. 6, 2020. China successfully sent 13 satellites into orbit from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center in north China's Shanxi Province on Friday. The satellites, including 10 commercial remote sensing satellites developed by Argentine company Satellogic, blasted off atop a Long March-6 carrier rocket at 11:19 a.m. (Beijing Time). (Photo by Zheng Taotao/Xinhua)

TAIYUAN, Nov. 6 (Xinhua) -- China successfully sent 13 satellites into orbit from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center in north China's Shanxi Province on Friday.

The satellites, including 10 commercial remote sensing satellites developed by Argentine company Satellogic, blasted off atop a Long March-6 carrier rocket at 11:19 a.m. (Beijing Time).

Each weighing about 41 kg and with a design life of three years, the 10 satellites will be used to provide commercial remote sensing services with their multispectral and hyperspectral loads.

Also on board the rocket were three satellites developed by Chinese high-tech companies and research institutes for remote-sensing observation, science experiments, and science popularization.

One of the three is a 6G test satellite, weighing 70 kg and named after one its developers, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China. The satellite, carrying a terahertz satellite communication load, will establish a transceiver link on the satellite platform and carry out terahertz load tests.

The launch of the 6G test satellite marks a breakthrough in the exploration of terahertz space communication technologies in China's space field, said Xu Yangsheng, an academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering.

The satellite will be used in smart city construction, disaster prevention and mitigation, land planning, environmental protection, and the monitoring of major infrastructure construction.

Friday's launch was the 351st by the Long March rocket series. Enditem
http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/2020-11/06/c_139496906.htm

Ten Satellogic Earth-imaging satellites successfully launched
November 6, 2020 Stephen Clark


A Long March 6 rocket lifts off Friday from the Taiyuan space center in northeastern China. Credit: Xinhua

(...) Satellogic’s 10 ÑuSat satellites will provide high-resolution imagery for the Buenos Aires-based company’s commercial and government customers. With the 10 satellites launched Friday, Satellogic has sent 21 satellites into orbit, including 14 capable of high-resolution imaging.

With the 10 new satellites, Satellogic says it will have more in-orbit capacity for high-resolution imagery than Maxar or Planet, two U.S.-based companies with fleets of Earth-imaging satellites. The company says the additional capacity from the 10 new satellites will allow its constellation to view the same location on the planet up to four times per day.


A Long March 6 rocket rolls out to its launch pad before liftoff with 10 Earth-imaging satellites for Satellogic. Credit: CGWIC

Satellogic’s current fleet can cover an area of more than 1.5 million square miles, or 4 million square kilometers, per day with high-resolution imagery, the company said.

The latest version of Satellogic’s ÑuSat satellites have an imaging resolution of about 2.3 feet, or 70 centimeters. Each spacecraft weighed about 90 pounds, or 41 kilograms, and was built by Satellogic at a production facility in Uruguay.

The ÑuSat satellites were nicknamed for 10 pioneering women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

Emiliano Kargieman, Satellogic’s CEO, confirmed in a tweet Friday that the 10 new satellites were healthy after their successful launch from China. (...)


This collage of photos show Satellogic’s 10 ÑuSat Earth observation satellites undergoing final launch preparations in China. Credit: Satellogic

Satellogic’s satellites carry visible, infrared and hyperspectral imaging payloads. The company says a constellation of 90 high-resolution satellites will allow it to map the planet every week.

But Satellogic foresees demand for a fleet of hundreds of small Earth-imaging spacecraft, and the company doesn’t plan to stop at 90 satellites.

Satellogic’s previous have launched as rideshare or secondary payloads, but the 10 ÑuSats launched Friday as the primary passengers on the Long March 6 rocket.

The three small Chinese satellites that flew into orbit with Satellogic’s payloads Friday are designed for remote sensing, technology demonstration, and educational missions, according to China Great Wall Industry Corp., the state-owned company that brokers launch services for international satellites on Chinese rockets.
https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/11/06/ten-satellogic-earth-imaging-satellites-successfully-launched/

https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2020/11/long-march-6-lofts-ten-argentinian-satellites/

ÑuSat 9 (NewSat 9, Aleph-1 9, Alice) https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/nusat-1.htm
ÑuSat 10 (NewSat 10, Aleph-1 10, Caroline)
ÑuSat 11 (NewSat 11, Aleph-1 11, Cora)
ÑuSat 12 (NewSat 12, Aleph-1 12, Dorothy)
ÑuSat 13 (NewSat 13, Aleph-1 13, Emmy)
ÑuSat 14 (NewSat 14, Aleph-1 14, Hedy)
ÑuSat 15 (NewSat 15, Aleph-1 15, Katherine)
ÑuSat 16 (NewSat 16, Aleph-1 16, Lise)
ÑuSat 17 (NewSat 17, Aleph-1 17, Mary)
ÑuSat 18 (NewSat 18, Aleph-1 18, Vera)
Beihangkongshi 1 (TY 20)  https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/beihangkongshi-1.htm
Tianyan 05 (Xingshidai 12) ---
BY 3 (Taiyuan) ---

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PAŹDZIERNIK 2020

03    01:16:14          Wallops 0A        Antares-230+         Cygnus-14
06    11:29:35          KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            Starlink x 60
11    16:57:04          Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             Gaofen-13
14    05:45:05          Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1a           Sojuz MS-17
18    12:25:57          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink x 60
24    15:31:34          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink x 60
25    19:08:42          Plesieck 43/4     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos 2547 (Głonass-K)
26    15:19:05          Xichang 3         CZ-2C                Yaogan 30-07 A, B, C, Tianqi-06
28    21:21:27          Onenui 1A         Electron/Curie       CE-SAT-IIB, Flock-4e x 9

LISTOPAD 2020

05    23:24:23          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            GPS III SV04
06    03:19:14          Taiyuan 6         CZ-6                 Satellogic 9-18, Tianyi 05, Taiyuan, Beihang-1
07    07:12:00          Jiuquan           Gushenxing-1         Tianqi-11
07    09:41:18          Sriharikota F     PSLV-DL              EOS-01, KSM x 4, Lemur-2z x 4, M6P 2
12    15:59:04          Xichang 3         CZ-3B/G3             Tiantong-1 02
13    22:32             Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/531          NRO L-101
16    00:27:17          KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            USCV-1
17    01:52:20          Kourou ZLV        Vega                 SEOSAT-Ingenio, TARANIS
20    02:20:01          Onenui 1          Electron/Curie       DRAGRACER x 2, BRO-2, BRO-3, APSS-1,
                                                               SpaceBEE x 24, Gnome Chompski
__________________________________________________________________________________________
21    17:17:08          Vandenberg 4E     Falcon-9R            Jason CS-A
22    03:17             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink x 60
23    19:55             Wenchang 101      CZ-5                 Chang'e-5
24    02:12             Plesieck 43/4     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Goniec-M 30, 31, 32, ? x ?
28    05:22             Plesieck 35/1     Angara-A5/Briz-M     IPM-2 (makieta)
29    01:33:28          Kourou ELS        Sojuz-ST-A/Fregat-M  Falcon Eye 2
29    07:15-09:15       Tanegashima Y     H-2A                 JDRS-1
??    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Sirius XM-7
??    ??:??             Canaveral 37B     Delta-4H             NRO L-44 (Orion-10)

GRUDZIEŃ 2020

02    17:50             KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            Cargo Dragon
05    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-3B/G3             Gaofen-14
06    ??:??             Sriharikota S     PSLV-?               CMS 01
07    19:00-22:30       Kodiak 3B         Astra v3.2           ?
09    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-11                GECAM A, GECAM B
1?    ??:??             Canaveral/KSC     Falcon-9R            Türksat 5A
17    ??:??             Wostocznyj 1S     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 36
20    ??:??             Wenchang 201      CZ-8                 ?, ET-SMART-RSS
22    ??:??             Vandenberg 2W     Firefly Alpha        (xx satelitów)
28    ??:??             Kourou ELS        Sojuz-ST-A/Fregat-M  CSO 2
??    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            NRO L-108
??    ??:??             Vandenberg 6      Delta-4H             NRO L-82 (KH-11 18)
??    ??:??             Plesieck 43/4     Sojuz-2.1a           Kosmos (Bars-M)
??    ??:??             Plesieck 43/4     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos (Głonass-K)

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« Odpowiedź #47 dnia: Listopad 20, 2020, 23:58 »
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  07.11. o 07:12:00,249 z Jiuquan wystrzelona została pierwsza RN Gushenxing-1 (Ceres-1), która umieściła
w T+15' na orbicie o parametrach: hp=500 km, ha=500 km, i=97,4° satelitę Tianqi-11.
http://lk.astronautilus.pl/n201101.htm#03

Ceres-1 maiden launch
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China's commercial rocket CERES-1 completes maiden flight
Source: Xinhua| 2020-11-07 16:26:07|Editor: huaxia


China's new carrier rocket CERES-1 blasts off from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China, Nov. 7, 2020. China's new carrier rocket CERES-1, designed for commercial use, made its maiden flight on Saturday, sending one satellite into planned orbit. (Photo by Wang Jiangbo/Xinhua)

JIUQUAN, Nov. 7 (Xinhua) -- China's new carrier rocket CERES-1, designed for commercial use, made its maiden flight on Saturday, sending one satellite into planned orbit.

The rocket blasted off from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China at 3:12 p.m. (Beijing Time). Enditem
http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/2020-11/07/c_139498563_2.htm

New Chinese rocket successful in debut launch
November 8, 2020 Stephen Clark


Galactic Energy’s Ceres 1 rocket lifts off from the Jiuquan launch base in northwestern China on Saturday. Credit: Xinhua

A new four-stage rocket operated by the Chinese launch company Galactic Energy succeeded on its inaugural flight Saturday, delivering a data relay microsatellite to an orbit 300 miles (500 kilometers) above Earth.

The Ceres 1 rocket lifted off from the Jiuquan launch base in in the Gobi Desert of northwestern China at 0712 GMT (2:12 a.m. EST) Saturday, according to China’s state-run Xinhua news agency.

Xinhua reported the rocket, designed for commercial use, successfully placed a single satellite into orbit. U.S. military tracking data indicated the rocket placed its payload into an orbit around 300 miles in altitude, with an inclination of 97.4 degrees to the equator.

The launcher carried a small satellite named Tianqi 11 designed for data collection and transmission in a fleet of orbiting relay stations designed for Internet of Things services. The Tianqi constellation is owned by Guodian Gaoke, a Beijing-based company.

Galactic Energy, also headquartered in Beijing, is one of several Chinese startups seeking a foothold in the launch business.

The Ceres 1 rocket stands roughly 62 feet, or 19 meters, tall and measures 4.6 feet (1.4 meters) in diameter, according to Galactic Energy. Its lower three stages are solid rocket motors likely derived from missile stages developed for the Chinese military, and an upper orbital insertion stage features a hydrazine-fed propulsion system.

Galactic Energy says the Ceres 1 rocket can deliver a payload of more than 770 pounds, or 350 kilograms, to low Earth orbit. The four-stage launcher was “independently designed” by Galactic Energy, and is aimed at providing “high-quality, cheap, and fast launch services for low-orbit small satellites,” according to the company’s website.


The Ceres 1 rocket. Credit: Galactic Energy

The Ceres 1 rocket is a precursor to a larger launch vehicle called the Pallas 1, which will be powered by kerosene-fueled engines on a reusable booster designed for vertical takeoffs and vertical landings.

The Pallas 1 rocket, set to debut in 2022, will be propelled by seven “Welkin” engines, each generating about 88,000 pounds — or 40 metric tons — of thrust at full power. The engine will have variable thrust to allow for propulsive landings of the Pallas 1 booster.

On its website, Galactic Energy calls the reusable Welkin engine the Chinese version of the Merlin engine that powers SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket.

Galactic Energy announced Nov. 3 that it secured $30 million, or 200 million yuan, in new investments from Chinese venture capital firms. In a statement, the company said the fresh capital infusion, coupled with earlier funding rounds, will allow the company to mass-produce Ceres 1 rockets beginning in 2021, and move forward with development of the Pallas 1 rocket for its first flight in 2021.

Galactic Energy is the second Chinese startup managed independently from the country’s legacy state-owned space contractors to launch a rocket into Earth orbit, following the successful flight of the Hyperbola 1 rocket from iSpace in July 2019.
https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/11/08/new-chinese-rocket-successful-in-debut-launch/

Chinese rocket firm Galactic Energy succeeds with first orbital launch, secures funding
by Andrew Jones — November 7, 2020

(...) The 50-kilogram Tianqi-11 satellite was sent into a 500-kilometer Sun-synchronous orbit (SSO). Shanghai ASES Spaceflight Technology Co. Ltd., developed the satellite, nominally part of the Tianqi (“Apocalypse”) narrowband Internet of Things constellation for Beijing Guodian Gaoke Technology Co. Ltd.

The successful mission means Galactic Energy becomes the second nominally private Chinese launch company to reach orbit. (...)
https://spacenews.com/chinese-rocket-firm-galactic-energy-succeeds-with-first-orbital-launch-secures-funding/

photos from launch preparation   

https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2020/11/introducing-chinas-new-commercial-rocket-ceres-1/

Tianqi 11 (TQ 11, Scorpio 1) https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/tianqi-10.htm

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« Odpowiedź #48 dnia: Listopad 20, 2020, 23:59 »
Indie wznowiły starty orbitalne
  07.11. o 09:41:18 z Sriharikota wystrzelona została RN PSLV-DL, która wyniosła na orbitę o parametrach: hp=575 km, ha=575 km, i=36,9° satelitę EOS-01 (RISAT-2BR2),
cztery satelity Kleos Scouting Mission (KSM-1, KSM-2, KSM-3 i KSM-4),
cztery satelity Lemur-2z oraz
M6P 2 (R 2, LacunaSat 2). Był to pierwszy indyjski start kosmiczny w tym roku.
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PSLV-DL launches EOS-01 and nine other satellites
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Indian PSLV deploys 10 satellites in first launch since start of pandemic
November 7, 2020 Stephen Clark


India’s Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle lifted off at 0942 GMT (4:42 a.m. EST) Saturday. Credit: ISRO

(...) Sivan said the EOS-01 satellite immediately unfurled its solar panels to begin generating electricity. The spacecraft will later open a dish-shaped radar antenna to a diameter of 11.8 feet (3.6 meters). The antenna was folded up for launch to fit inside the PSLV’s payload fairing.

Formerly known as RISAT 2BR2, EOS-01 is a radar surveillance craft, joining two similar satellites launched by India in May and December 2019.

In a launch press kit, ISRO said EOS-01 is an “Earth observation satellite intended for applications in agriculture, forestry and disaster management support.”

EOS 1 is believed to be similar to the RISAT 2B and RISAT 2BR1 satellites launched by India last year. If that’s the case, EOS-01 is likely designed for a five-year mission, with an X-band radar imaging instrument capable of resolving structures and features on Earth’s surface, regardless of daylight or weather conditions.

Earth-looking optical telescopes are inhibited by cloudy weather, and only produce usable imagery during daytime.

The RISAT 2B and RISAT 2BR1 satellites — predecessors to EOS-01 — were designed to supply 2 kilowatts of power to their radar instruments, which ISRO said could collect imagery in spotlight, strip and mosaic modes. ISRO released fewer details about the EOS-01 mission than it did for the launches of RISAT 2B and RISAT 2BR1 last year.

The imaging resolution of satellite’s radar from orbit has not been disclosed by ISRO.

Orbiting radar satellites can also detect features, such as camouflaged military assets, on the ground that can escape detection with optical Earth observation satellites. The enhanced observing capability of radar satellites makes them useful for military and intelligence agencies.

The 37-degree inclination orbit selected for the EOS-01 satellite does not provide global radar observation coverage, but it offers regular passes over Indian territory and neighboring Pakistan, a longtime strategic rival to India in the region.

Nine other small satellites rode into orbit with the EOS-01 spacecraft.

The smallsats included four briefcase-sized CubeSats for Kleos Space of Luxembourg, which plans a constellation of small satellites to monitor radio transmissions around the world. The first four satellites are known as Kleos’ Scouting Mission.

Kleos says its satellites will detect and geolocate radio frequency transmissions, providing intelligence on maritime activity for governments and commercial customers. The radio frequency monitoring data will be particularly useful for tracking ships that can’t be monitored using automated identification systems or satellite imagery, according to Kleos.

Four Lemur-2 CubeSats also launched Saturday for Spire, a San Francisco-based company that operates a fleet of commercial smallsats that track shipping traffic and collect weather data.

Spaceflight, a rideshare launch broker based in Washington state, says it managed launch preparations for the eight small Kleos and Spire satellites on the PSLV-C49 mission.

The R2 CubeSat from NanoAvionics of Lithuania also launched Saturday on a technology demonstration mission. (...)
https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/11/07/indian-pslv-deploys-10-satellites-in-first-launch-since-start-of-pandemic/

India back in action with launch of Earth observation satellite, nine rideshare small sats
by Andrew Jones — November 7, 2020

(...) The launch was scheduled for late 2019 but became ISRO’s first launch of 2020 due in part to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The EOS-01 Earth observation satellite was successfully injected into a 575-kilometer circular orbit around 16 minutes later.

The roughly 628-kilogram EOS-01 is a synthetic aperture radar satellite with all-weather and day-and-night observation capability. It is part of ISRO’s RISAT series of SAR satellites and originally named RISAT-2BR2 but was changed to EOS-1 as per new naming criteria. (...)
https://spacenews.com/india-back-in-action-with-launch-of-earth-observation-satellite-nine-rideshare-small-sats/

https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2020/11/isro-returns-from-covid-stand-down-with-eos-1-mission/

RISAT 2BR2 (EOS 01)  https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/risat-2b.htm
KSM 1A  https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/ksm.htm
KSM 1B
KSM 1C
KSM 1D
Lemur-2 126  https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/lemur-2.htm
Lemur-2 127
Lemur-2 128
Lemur-2 129
R 2 (M6P 2, LacunaSat 2)  https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/m6p.htm
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PAŹDZIERNIK 2020

03    01:16:14          Wallops 0A        Antares-230+         Cygnus-14
06    11:29:35          KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            Starlink x 60
11    16:57:04          Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             Gaofen-13
14    05:45:05          Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1a           Sojuz MS-17
18    12:25:57          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink x 60
24    15:31:34          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink x 60
25    19:08:42          Plesieck 43/4     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos 2547 (Głonass-K)
26    15:19:05          Xichang 3         CZ-2C                Yaogan 30-07 A, B, C, Tianqi-06
28    21:21:27          Onenui 1A         Electron/Curie       CE-SAT-IIB, Flock-4e x 9

LISTOPAD 2020

05    23:24:23          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            GPS III SV04
06    03:19:14          Taiyuan 6         CZ-6                 Satellogic 9-18, Tianyi 05, Taiyuan, Beihang-1
07    07:12:00          Jiuquan           Gushenxing-1         Tianqi-11
07    09:41:18          Sriharikota F     PSLV-DL              EOS-01, KSM x 4, Lemur-2z x 4, M6P 2
12    15:59:04          Xichang 3         CZ-3B/G3             Tiantong-1 02
13    22:32             Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/531          NRO L-101
16    00:27:17          KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            USCV-1
17    01:52:20          Kourou ZLV        Vega                 SEOSAT-Ingenio, TARANIS
20    02:20:01          Onenui 1          Electron/Curie       DRAGRACER x 2, BRO-2, BRO-3, APSS-1,
                                                               SpaceBEE x 24, Gnome Chompski
21    17:17:08          Vandenberg 4E     Falcon-9R            Jason CS-A
__________________________________________________________________________________________
23    02:56             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink x 60
23    19:55             Wenchang 101      CZ-5                 Chang'e-5
24    02:12             Plesieck 43/4     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Goniec-M 30, 31, 32, ? x ?
28    05:22             Plesieck 35/1     Angara-A5/Briz-M     IPM-2 (makieta)
29    01:33:28          Kourou ELS        Sojuz-ST-A/Fregat-M  Falcon Eye 2
29    07:15-09:15       Tanegashima Y     H-2A                 JDRS-1
??    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Sirius XM-7
??    ??:??             Canaveral 37B     Delta-4H             NRO L-44 (Orion-10)

GRUDZIEŃ 2020

02    17:50             KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            Cargo Dragon
05    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-3B/G3             Gaofen-14
06    ??:??             Sriharikota S     PSLV-?               CMS 01
07    19:00-22:30       Kodiak 3B         Astra v3.2           ?
09    ??:??             Xichang           CZ-11                GECAM A, GECAM B
1?    ??:??             Canaveral/KSC     Falcon-9R            Türksat 5A
17    ??:??             Wostocznyj 1S     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 36
20    ??:??             Wenchang 201      CZ-8                 ?, ET-SMART-RSS
22    ??:??             Vandenberg 2W     Firefly Alpha        (xx satelitów)
28    ??:??             Kourou ELS        Sojuz-ST-A/Fregat-M  CSO 2
??    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            NRO L-108
??    ??:??             Vandenberg 6      Delta-4H             NRO L-82 (KH-11 18)
??    ??:??             Plesieck 43/4     Sojuz-2.1a           Kosmos (Bars-M)
??    ??:??             Plesieck 43/4     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos (Głonass-K)

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Chiński satelita trafił na orbitę
  12.11. o 15:59:04,053 z Xichang wystrzelona została RN CZ-3B/G3, która wyniosła na orbitę GTO geostacjonarnego
satelitę telekomunikacji komórkowej Tiantong-1 02.
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Tiantong-1 02 launch
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China launches new mobile telecommunication satellite
Source: Xinhua| 2020-11-13 01:35:47|Editor: huaxia


A Long March-3B carrier rocket blasts off from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in southwest China's Sichuan Province on Nov. 12, 2020. China successfully launched Tiantong 1-02, a new mobile telecommunication satellite, from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center on Thursday. The satellite was launched at 23:59 (Beijing Time) by a Long March-3B carrier rocket. (Photo by Guo Wenbin/Xinhua)

XICHANG, Nov. 12 (Xinhua) -- China successfully launched a new mobile telecommunication satellite from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in southwest China's Sichuan Province on Thursday.

The Tiantong 1-02 satellite was launched at 23:59 (Beijing Time) by a Long March-3B carrier rocket.

Tiantong-1 is a satellite mobile communication system independently developed and built by China. It consists of a space segment, ground segment, and user terminal.

Developed by the China Academy of Space Technology, the Tiantong 1-02 satellite will establish a mobile network with ground facilities to provide all-weather, all-time, stable and reliable mobile communication services such as voice, short message and data for users in China and its surrounding areas, the Middle East, Africa and other related regions, as well as most sea areas in the Pacific Ocean and Indian Ocean.

Thursday's launch was the 352nd by the Long March rocket series. Enditem
http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/2020-11/13/c_139512027.htm

China launches mobile telecom satellite
November 14, 2020 Stephen Clark


A Long March 3B rocket takes off with the Tiantong 1-02 communications satellite. Credit: Xinhua

A new Chinese mobile communications satellite launched Thursday on top of a Long March 3B rocket, joining a similar spacecraft launched four years ago to provide voice and data services to users on the go.

The Tiantong 1-02 mobile communications satellite lifted off at 1559 GMT (10:59 a.m. EST) Thursday from the Xichang satellite launch center in Sichuan province of southwestern China, according to the China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology.

The launch occurred at 11:59 p.m. Beijing time.

A Long March 3B rocket carried the Tiantong 1-02 satellite into orbit.

The 184-foot-tall (56-meter) rocket shed its four hydrazine-fueled strap-on boosters, a core stage, and a second stage in the first few minutes of the flight, then a cryogenic upper stage ignited two times to deploy the Tiantong 1-02 spacecraft into an elliptical, or egg-shaped, orbit.

Tracking data released by the U.S. military indicated the rocket placed the Tiantong 1-02 spacecraft into an orbit ranging between 105 miles (170 kilometers) and 22,257 miles (35,820 kilometers) above Earth, with an inclination of about 28.4 degrees to the equator.

Chinese officials declared the launch a success, and the Tiantong 1-02 spacecraft is expected to circularize its orbit in the coming days using its own propulsion system. The satellite will settle into a circular geostationary orbit more than 22,000 miles over the equator, where its velocity will match the speed of Earth’s rotation.

A statement released by the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corp. — the top state-owned contractor for China’s space program — said the Tiantong 1-02 satellite will join the Tiantong 1-01 satellite launched in 2016 to form an S-band mobile communications system.

Similar mobile satellite networks, such as the commercial Inmarsat system, include hand-held terminals for subscribers to connect from remote locales. Users on the Tiantong network also employ small handsets.

The Tiantong network is “independently developed and constructed” by China, and allows users to connect with voice communications and message and data services across China, other parts of the Asia-Pacific region, the Middle East, and Africa, according to CASC.

The mobile communications network, which operates will also serve users in most areas of the Pacific Ocean and Indian Ocean, officials said.

China Telecom, China’s third largest mobile network provider, operates and markets Tiantong satellite communications services.
https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/11/14/china-launches-mobile-telecom-satellite/

https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2020/11/long-march-3b-second-tiantong-1/

Tiantong-1 02  https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/tiantong-1.htm

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PAŹDZIERNIK 2020

03    01:16:14          Wallops 0A        Antares-230+         Cygnus-14
06    11:29:35          KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            Starlink x 60
11    16:57:04          Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             Gaofen-13
14    05:45:05          Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1a           Sojuz MS-17
18    12:25:57          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink x 60
24    15:31:34          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink x 60
25    19:08:42          Plesieck 43/4     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos 2547 (Głonass-K)
26    15:19:05          Xichang 3         CZ-2C                Yaogan 30-07 A, B, C, Tianqi-06
28    21:21:27          Onenui 1A         Electron/Curie       CE-SAT-IIB, Flock-4e x 9

LISTOPAD 2020

05    23:24:23          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            GPS III SV04
06    03:19:14          Taiyuan 6         CZ-6                 Satellogic 9-18, Tianyi 05, Taiyuan, Beihang-1
07    07:12:00          Jiuquan           Gushenxing-1         Tianqi-11
07    09:41:18          Sriharikota F     PSLV-DL              EOS-01, KSM x 4, Lemur-2z x 4, M6P 2
12    15:59:04          Xichang 3         CZ-3B/G3             Tiantong-1 02
13    22:32             Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/531          NRO L-101
16    00:27:17          KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            USCV-1
17    01:52:20          Kourou ZLV        Vega                 SEOSAT-Ingenio, TARANIS
20    02:20:01          Onenui 1          Electron/Curie       DRAGRACER x 2, BRO-2, BRO-3, APSS-1,
                                                               SpaceBEE x 24, Gnome Chompski
21    17:17:08          Vandenberg 4E     Falcon-9R            Jason CS-A
23    20:30:22          Wenchang 101      CZ-5                 Chang'e-5
25    02:13:12          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink x 60
__________________________________________________________________________________________
29    01:33:28          Kourou ELS        Sojuz-ST-A/Fregat-M  Falcon Eye 2
29    07:15-09:15       Tanegashima Y     H-2A                 JDRS-1
??    ??:??             Canaveral 37B     Delta-4H             NRO L-44 (Orion-10)

GRUDZIEŃ 2020

03    02:12:15          Plesieck 43/4     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Goniec-M 30, 31, 32, ? x ?
04/05 05:22             Plesieck 35/1     Angara-A5/Briz-M     IPM-2 (makieta)
05    ??:??             Xichang 3         CZ-3B/G3             Gaofen-14
05    16:39             KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            Cargo Dragon
06    ??:??             Sriharikota S     PSLV-?               CMS 01
07    19:00-22:30       Kodiak 3B         Astra v3.2           ?
09    ??:??             Xichang 4         CZ-11                GECAM A, GECAM B
1?    ??:??             Canaveral/KSC     Falcon-9R            Türksat 5A
17    ??:??             Wostocznyj 1S     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 36
20    ??:??             Wenchang 201      CZ-8                 ?, ET-SMART-RSS
22    ??:??             Vandenberg 2W     Firefly Alpha        (xx satelitów)
28    ??:??             Kourou ELS        Sojuz-ST-A/Fregat-M  CSO 2
??    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Sirius XM-7
??    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            NRO L-108
??    ??:??             Vandenberg 6      Delta-4H             NRO L-82 (KH-11 18)
??    ??:??             Plesieck 43/4     Sojuz-2.1a           Kosmos (Bars-M)
??    ??:??             Plesieck 43/4     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos (Głonass-K)

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Vega znów zawiodła
  17.11. o 01:52:20 z Kourou wystrzelona została RN Vega, która miała wynieść w T+54' na orbitę o parametrach:
hp=670 km, ha=670 km, i=98,09° hiszpańskiego satelitę teledetekcyjnego SEOSAT-Ingenio, a w T+1h 38' na orbitę
o parametrach: hp=676 km, ha=676 km, i=98,19° francuskiego  satelitę naukowego TARANIS. (Tool for the Analysis
of RAdiation from lightNIng and Sprites). Pierwsze trzy stopnie RN funkcjonowały prawidłowo, natomiast zaraz po uruchomieniu stopnia AVUM trajektoria lotu zaczęła się znacząco obniżać w stosunku do zaplanowanej. Misja zakończyła się fiaskiem. Podejrzewa się, że winę ponosi błędne podłączenie kabli sterujących pracą siłowników, poruszających dyszę silnika RD-869.
http://lk.astronautilus.pl/n201116.htm#02


Payload profile: Spain’s #SEOSAT-Ingenio – to be released first during the launch sequence – is an Earth observation satellite that support applications in cartography, land use, urban management, water management, environmental monitoring, risk management & security.
https://twitter.com/Arianespace/status/1328439636688052225


Advancing space science: #TARANIS of France, whose separation will complete Vega Flight #VV17, is the 1st satellite designed to observe luminous, radiative and electromagnetic phenomena (called “sprites,” “jets” and “elves”) occurring at 20-100 km above thunderstorms.
https://twitter.com/Arianespace/status/1328447768965378054

Vega launches SEOSAT-Ingenio and TARANIS
23 134 wyświetlenia•17 lis 2020

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qF1qZRdvZX4

Vega VV17 – nieudany lot
BY KRZYSZTOF KANAWKA ON 17 LISTOPADA 2020

(...) Vega to obecnie najmniejsza europejska rakieta nośna. Jej wejście do służby nastąpiło w 2012 roku (wówczas na orbitę został wyniesiony pierwszy polski satelita PW-Sat). W piętnastym starcie (lipiec 2019) rakieta Vega po raz pierwszy zawiodła. Kolejny start Vegi (3 września 2020) był udany.

Siedemnastego listopada 2020 o godzinie 02:51 CET z kosmodromu Kourou w Gujanie Francuskiej wystartowała rakieta Vega. Na jej pokładzie znalazły się dwa satelity: SEOSat-Ingenio oraz TARANIS. Był to siedemnasty start rakiety Vega (VV17)

Prace trzech dolnych stopni przebiegały prawidłowo. Tuż po odpaleniu czwartego stopnia (AVUM) zaczęły się problemy – zanotowano “degradację” trajektorii (w tym przypadku obniżanie się zamiast dalszego wznoszenia). Arianespace na oficjalnie poinformował, że nastąpiła wspomniana degradacja trajektorii po 20 minucie lotu, choć kilka minut wcześniej na grafikach prezentowanych w trakcie przekazu można było zobaczyć nieprawidłowy ruch górnego stopnia. Satelity zostały utracone.

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IveCBs-cCTw" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IveCBs-cCTw</a>
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IveCBs-cCTw&feature=emb_title

Jest to już dziewiąty nieudany start rakiety orbitalnej w 2020 roku. Tak złej passy w ilościach nieudanych startów nie było od lat 70. XX wieku. Nieudane starty dotknęły w tym roku zarówno Europę, jak i USA, Chiny i Iran.
(PFA)
(...)
https://kosmonauta.net/2020/11/vega-vv17-nieudany-lot/

Arianespace o powodach utraty ładunku Vegi. Możliwa „seria ludzkich błędów”
20 listopada 2020, 14:47

Przyczyny drugiego nieudanego startu rakiety Vega, na pokładzie której znajdowały się dwa satelity (w tym jeden współtworzony przez Polaków), bada już specjalna komisja powołana przez Europejską Agencję Kosmiczną oraz spółkę Arianespace. Co ciekawe, jeszcze przed właściwym rozpoczęciem jej działalności przedstawiciele europejskiego operatora systemów nośnych wskazali, że za porażką misji VV17 może stać seria ludzkich błędów.

Druga w historii nieudana misja europejskiego systemu nośnego Vega kosztowała utratę ładunku złożonego z dwóch instrumentów satelitarnych: hiszpańskiego SEOSat-Ingenio (satelita obserwacji Ziemi) oraz francuskiego badawczego systemu Taranis. Problemy nastąpiły po zainicjowaniu zapłonu silnika czwartego stopnia - doszło do utraty prędkości i zmiany trajektorii lotu rakiety. Według opisu zdarzenia, miało dojść wręcz do "koziołkowania" ładunku na orbicie.

Wobec takiego przebiegu misji sprawą zajęła się już nowo powołana komisja dochodzeniowa z udziałem przedstawicieli Europejskiej Agencji Kosmicznej i operatora rakiety, firmy Arianespace. W jej skład weszli m.in. Daniel Neuenschwander, dyrektor sekcji Transportu Kosmicznego ESA oraz Stéphane Israël, dyrektor generalny Arianespace. Komisja rozpoczęła działanie już 18 listopada, dzień po katastrofie. "Wiele wskazuje na to, że była to seria ludzkich błędów, a nie problemy techniczne" - skomentował już na wstępnym etapie działań Roland Lagier, szef zespołu technicznego Arianespace.

Wstępna analiza telemetrii lotu w połączeniu z danymi technicznymi rakiety doprowadziła zespół Arianespace badający przyczynę katastrofy do wniosku, że mogło dojść do pomyłki w podłączeniu sterowania  uruchamiającego silnik w module AVUM (czwarty segment silnikowy). Są to przy tym wciąż wstępne wnioski.

"Jestem myślami z wszystkimi zespołami, które pracowały przy obu utraconych satelitach, ze wszystkimi ludźmi, którzy włożyli wiele trudu w powstanie SeoSat-Ingenio i Taranisa" - powiedział dyrektor generalny ESA, Jan Wörner. "Zapewniam, że osobiście zaangażuję się w wyjaśnienie przyczyn wypadku" - dodał.

Mierząca 30 m długości rakieta nośna Vega wystartowała z kosmodromu w Gujanie Francuskiej w nocy z 16 na 17 listopada. Był to drugi tegoroczny start rakiety Vega, która weszła do użycia w 2012 roku, ale od lipca 2019 przez ponad rok jej użycie było wstrzymane z powodu zaistniałego wówczas pierwszego nieudanego startu. Tamta sytuacja była wynikiem problemów z drugim stopniem rakiety - doszło do katastrofy i utraty Vegi wraz z ładunkiem. Usterkę udało się ustalić i naprawić, a Vega powróciła do użytku jako jedna z kluczowych rakiet Grupy Ariane.

Ta sytuacja przypomina nam po raz kolejny, że obszar naszej działalności jest skomplikowany i że sukces od porażki dzieli bardzo cienka linia. Nasi specjaliści już zajęli się analizą danych ze startu, by zrozumieć powód, dla którego misja się nie powiodła oraz pomóc naprawić usterkę tak szybko, jak to tylko możliwe.

               Jean-Yves Le Gall, dyrektor francuskiego Narodowego Centrum Badań Kosmicznych CNES

To właśnie CNES był pomysłodawcą i głównym koordynatorem prac nad mikrosatelitą Taranis, którego celem było zbadanie wysokoenergetycznych wyładowań w górnych warstwach atmosfery, tzw. zjawisk TLE (Transient Luminous Events) oraz krótkotrwałych rozbłysków promieniowania gamma w ziemskiej atmosferze (Terrestial Gamma-ray Flashes, TGF). Centrum Badań Kosmicznych Polskiej Akademii Nauk powstał zasilacz będący częścią systemu MEXIC (Multi Experiment Interface Controller), mózgu całego skomplikowanego układu instrumentów naukowych.

W przygotowanie instrumentów dla misji Taranis włożyliśmy dużo czasu i jeszcze więcej pracy. Przykro mi, że zespół naukowy nie uzyska oczekiwanych danych, że satelita nie dokona pomiarów. To wielka strata dla nauki. Jednak z punktu widzenia inżynierskiego możemy mimo wszystko mówić o sukcesie. Współpraca ze znakomitymi inżynierami z CNES otworzyła CBK PAN na nowoczesne trendy w projektowaniu elektroniki wykorzystywanej do eksploracji kosmosu. Doświadczenie, nowe umiejętności i kontakty, jakie nawiązaliśmy przy okazji pracy nad Taranisem są bezcenne.

                           Dr inż. Roman Wawrzaszek z CBK PAN

"Wciąż nie uzyskaliśmy informacji, czy CNES zdecyduje się na drugie podejście do projektu i ponowne skonstruowanie satelity. Jeśli tak, to może liczyć na naszą współpracę" - mówi profesor Jan Błęcki z CBK PAN, Co-Leading Investigator misji Taranis.
https://www.space24.pl/wiadomosci/arianespace-o-powodach-utraty-ladunku-vegi-mozliwa-seria-ludzkich-bledow
https://www.space24.pl/wiadomosci/rekordowe-straty-ubezpieczycieli-po-upadku-rakiety-vega-widmo-rynkowego-exodusu

European Vega rocket suffers second failure in three launches
November 17, 2020 Stephen Clark


A Vega rocket took off Monday night from French Guiana with two European satellites, but the launcher failed to deploy the payloads into orbit. Credit: Arianespace

A European Vega rocket crashed back to Earth shortly after launching from French Guiana carrying a Spanish land imaging satellite and a French research probe with a combined value of nearly $400 million. (...)

The French Taranis research satellite was designed to trace the origins of mysterious luminous phenomena above thunderstorms. These Transient Luminous Events, or TLEs, are electrical discharges that last just milliseconds, and scientists are unsure of the mechanisms and physics the produce them.

TLEs manifesting themselves as red sprites and blue jets are sometimes visible on dark nights, especially from aircraft. Phenomena known as elves are the most difficult to detect, requiring special photographic equipment.

Long theorized with sporadic observations which were spread by word-of-mouth, bright electrical bursts above thunderstorms were first documented in 1989 by ground-based observations and instruments on the space shuttle. Scientists know little about how the discharges are triggered, or how they reach so high in the atmosphere, near the edge of space.


The SEOSat-Ingenio Earth observation satellite is seen mounted on top of the Vega rocket’s Vespa dual-payload adapter before encapsulation inside the payload shroud. The French Taranis satellite is contained inside the Vespa structure. Credit: Airbus

Taranis, led by the French space agency CNES, would have attempted to untangle what triggers these brief flashes above thunderstorms, and how TLEs might affect conditions within the atmosphere or in space.

The 385-pound (175-kilogram) Taranis satellite “will be capable of detecting these phenomena and recording their light and radiation signatures at fine resolution, as well as the electromagnetic disturbances they generate in the upper layers of Earth’s atmosphere,” CNES said in a press release before the failed launch.

The instruments aboard Taranis included cameras, X-ray and gamma-ray detectors, electron detectors, a magnetometer, and sensors to detect plasma and electric fields in space.

Built for a mission of two-to-four years, Taranis would have also studied Terrestrial Gamma-ray Flashes, or TGFs, brief bursts of gamma-ray photons observed emanating from thunderstorms around the world.

“Taranis is the first space mission combining optical, gamma, energetic particles and eletric and magnetic measurements to improve our understanding of these phenomena,” said Jean-Louis Pinçon, science lead for the Taranis mission from CNRS, the French national scientific research center. “Ultimately, once the generation mechanisms will be fully understood, we will have the possibility to estimate the real impacts of TLEs and TGFs on the physics and chemistry of the upper atmosphere.”

CNES spent about 115 million euros, or $136 million, on the Taranis project since it began in 2010, Pinçon said.
https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/11/17/european-vega-rocket-suffers-second-failure-in-three-launches/

https://spacewatch.global/2020/11/vega-vv17-fails-taranis-and-seosat-ingenio-satellites-both-lost/
https://www.arianespace.com/mission/vega-flight-vv17/

SEOSAT-Ingenio  https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/seosat-ingenio.htm
TARANIS  https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/taranis.htm

https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2020/11/arianespace-vega-seosat-taranis/

AA https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3725.msg152858#msg152858

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PAŹDZIERNIK 2020

03    01:16:14          Wallops 0A        Antares-230+         Cygnus-14
06    11:29:35          KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            Starlink x 60
11    16:57:04          Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             Gaofen-13
14    05:45:05          Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1a           Sojuz MS-17
18    12:25:57          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink x 60
24    15:31:34          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink x 60
25    19:08:42          Plesieck 43/4     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos 2547 (Głonass-K)
26    15:19:05          Xichang 3         CZ-2C                Yaogan 30-07 A, B, C, Tianqi-06
28    21:21:27          Onenui 1A         Electron/Curie       CE-SAT-IIB, Flock-4e x 9

LISTOPAD 2020

05    23:24:23          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            GPS III SV04
06    03:19:14          Taiyuan 6         CZ-6                 Satellogic 9-18, Tianyi 05, Taiyuan, Beihang-1
07    07:12:00          Jiuquan           Gushenxing-1         Tianqi-11
07    09:41:18          Sriharikota F     PSLV-DL              EOS-01, KSM x 4, Lemur-2z x 4, M6P 2
12    15:59:04          Xichang 3         CZ-3B/G3             Tiantong-1 02
13    22:32             Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/531          NRO L-101
16    00:27:17          KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            USCV-1
17    01:52:20          Kourou ZLV        Vega                 SEOSAT-Ingenio, TARANIS
20    02:20:01          Onenui 1          Electron/Curie       DRAGRACER x 2, BRO-2, BRO-3, APSS-1,
                                                               SpaceBEE x 24, Gnome Chompski
21    17:17:08          Vandenberg 4E     Falcon-9R            Jason CS-A
23    20:30:22          Wenchang 101      CZ-5                 Chang'e-5
25    02:13:12          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink x 60
__________________________________________________________________________________________
29    01:33:28          Kourou ELS        Sojuz-ST-A/Fregat-M  Falcon Eye 2
29    07:15-09:15       Tanegashima Y1    H-2A (204)           JDRS-1
??    ??:??             Canaveral 37B     Delta-4H             NRO L-44 (Orion-10)

GRUDZIEŃ 2020

03    02:12:15          Plesieck 43/4     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Goniec-M 30, 31, 32, ? x ?
05    ??:??             Xichang 3         CZ-3B/G3             Gaofen-14
05    16:39             KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            Cargo Dragon
06    09:30             Sriharikota S     PSLV-?               CMS 01
07    19:00-22:30       Kodiak 3B         Astra v3.2           ?
09    ??:??             Xichang 4         CZ-11                GECAM A, GECAM B
11    05:22             Plesieck 35/1     Angara-A5/Briz-M     IPM-2 (makieta)
12    09:00-10:59       Onenui 1A         Electron/Curie       Strix-alfa
1?    ??:??             Canaveral/KSC     Falcon-9R            Türksat 5A
17    ??:??             Wostocznyj 1S     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 36
20    ??:??             Wenchang 201      CZ-8                 ?, ET-SMART-RSS
22    ??:??             Vandenberg 2W     Firefly Alpha        (xx satelitów)
28    ??:??             Kourou ELS        Sojuz-ST-A/Fregat-M  CSO 2
??    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Sirius XM-7
??    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            NRO L-108
??    ??:??             Vandenberg 6      Delta-4H             NRO L-82 (KH-11 18)
??    ??:??             Plesieck 43/4     Sojuz-2.1a           Kosmos (Bars-M)
??    ??:??             Plesieck 43/4     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos (Głonass-K)

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« Odpowiedź #56 dnia: Listopad 29, 2020, 16:47 »

PAŹDZIERNIK 2020

03    01:16:14          Wallops 0A        Antares-230+         Cygnus-14
06    11:29:35          KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            Starlink x 60
11    16:57:04          Xichang           CZ-3B/G2             Gaofen-13
14    05:45:05          Bajkonur 31/6     Sojuz-2.1a           Sojuz MS-17
18    12:25:57          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink x 60
24    15:31:34          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink x 60
25    19:08:42          Plesieck 43/4     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos 2547 (Głonass-K)
26    15:19:05          Xichang 3         CZ-2C                Yaogan 30-07 A, B, C, Tianqi-06
28    21:21:27          Onenui 1A         Electron/Curie       CE-SAT-IIB, Flock-4e x 9

LISTOPAD 2020

05    23:24:23          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            GPS III SV04
06    03:19:14          Taiyuan 6         CZ-6                 Satellogic 9-18, Tianyi 05, Taiyuan, Beihang-1
07    07:12:00          Jiuquan           Gushenxing-1         Tianqi-11
07    09:41:18          Sriharikota F     PSLV-DL              EOS-01, KSM x 4, Lemur-2z x 4, M6P 2
12    15:59:04          Xichang 3         CZ-3B/G3             Tiantong-1 02
13    22:32             Canaveral 41      Atlas-5/531          NRO L-101
16    00:27:17          KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            USCV-1
17    01:52:20          Kourou ZLV        Vega                 SEOSAT-Ingenio, TARANIS
20    02:20:01          Onenui 1          Electron/Curie       DRAGRACER x 2, BRO-2, BRO-3, APSS-1,
                                                               SpaceBEE x 24, Gnome Chompski
21    17:17:08          Vandenberg 4E     Falcon-9R            Jason CS-A
23    20:30:22          Wenchang 101      CZ-5                 Chang'e-5
25    02:13:12          Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Starlink x 60
29    07:15             Tanegashima Y1    H-2A (202)           JDRS-1
__________________________________________________________________________________________
30    01:33:28          Kourou ELS        Sojuz-ST-A/Fregat-M  Falcon Eye 2

GRUDZIEŃ 2020

03    02:12:15          Plesieck 43/4     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Goniec-M 30, 31, 32, ? x ?
05    ??:??             Xichang 3         CZ-3B/G5             Gaofen-14
05    16:39             KSC 39A           Falcon-9R            Cargo Dragon
07    19:00-22:30       Kodiak 3B         Astra v3.2           ?
09    ??:??             Xichang 4         CZ-11                GECAM A, GECAM B
11    05:22             Plesieck 35/1     Angara-A5/Briz-M     IPM-2 (makieta)
12    09:00-10:59       Onenui 1A         Electron/Curie       Strix-alfa
14    09:30             Sriharikota S     PSLV-?               CMS 01
16    ??:??             Canaveral/KSC     Falcon-9R            Türksat 5A
17    ??:??             Wostocznyj 1S     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat-M  OneWeb x 36
20    ??:??             Wenchang 201      CZ-8                 ?, ET-SMART-RSS
28    ??:??             Kourou ELS        Sojuz-ST-A/Fregat-M  CSO 2
??    ??:??             Canaveral 37B     Delta-4H             NRO L-44 (Orion-10)
??    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            Sirius XM-7
??    ??:??             Canaveral 40      Falcon-9R            NRO L-108
??    ??:??             Vandenberg 6      Delta-4H             NRO L-82 (KH-11 18)
??    ??:??             Plesieck 43/4     Sojuz-2.1a           Kosmos (Bars-M)
??    ??:??             Plesieck 43/4     Sojuz-2.1b/Fregat    Kosmos (Głonass-K)

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« Odpowiedź #57 dnia: Listopad 29, 2020, 19:40 »
Listopad był bardzo udany jeśli idzie o liczbę startów, a ponadto mieliśmy przynajmniej dwa hitowe starty, mam na myśli SpX Crew-1 i Change 5.

Grudzień zapowiada się o wiele słabiej pod obydwoma względami, a interesujące wydają mi się starty Angary A5 - bo ta rakieta ma odegrać w przyszłości dużą rolę w rosyjskim programie kosmicznym (jak zbudują jej wyrzutnię w Wostocznym) oraz dwa starty Delty 4H - bo to chyba najbardziej widowiskowo startująca rakieta - o ile przynajmniej jeden z nich dojdzie do skutku.

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« Odpowiedź #58 dnia: Listopad 29, 2020, 22:04 »
Dla mnie to jest najciekawsze:
07.12.2020 (okno startowe 19:00-22:00) z wyrzutni LP-3B w Kodiak wystrzelona zostanie RN Rocket v3.2

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« Odpowiedź #59 dnia: Listopad 29, 2020, 22:50 »
Japoński satelita przekazu danych
  29.11. o 07:25 z Tanegashima wystrzelona została RN H-2A (202), która wyniosła na orbitę GTO satelitę transmisji
danych JDRS-1 (Japanese Data Relay Satellite-1).
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Japan launches JDRS-1 optical data relay satellite for military, civilian use
by Andrew Jones — November 29, 2020


H-IIA No. 43 at Tanegashima space port hours ahead of launch of the JDRS-1 satellite. Credit: MHI

HELSINKI — Japan has a new data relay satellite headed for geostationary orbit following successful launch of JDRS-1 on a Mitsubishi Heavy Industries’ H-IIA rocket Sunday.

The H-IIA rocket No. 43 lifted off from the Tanegashima Space Center in southern Japan at 2:25 a.m. Eastern Nov. 29.

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries confirmed separation of JDRS-1 and launch success two and a half hours later.

The JDRS-1 will relay optical and radar data from Japan’s Information Gathering Satellites (IGS) and other data from science satellites to Earth. Few details of the satellite have been revealed due to the largely military nature of its mission.

The new satellite carries Laser Utilizing Communication System (LUCAS) developed by JAXA. LUCAS uses infrared light to facilitate inter-satellite links at rates of up to 1.8 gigabits per second.

The JDRS satellite was jointly developed by JAXA and the Government of Japan. The Cabinet Satellite Intelligence Center owns and operates the satellite, with JAXA responsible for the optical data relay function.

The satellite will operate in a geostationary orbit at 35,400 kilometers above the Earth, relaying data between Japanese satellites passing below and ground stations. This allows speedier passing of data, facilitating its transfer when a satellite would otherwise not have a clear view of the ground station.

Japan’s follow-on Advanced Land Observation Satellites for Earth science and observation, ALOS-3 and ALOS-4, will be capable of utilizing the full relay capabilities of JDRS-1. ALOS-3 could launch as soon as 2021.

The JDRS-1 replaces the “Kodama” Data Relay Test Satellite (DRTS) launched in 2002 and operational through August 2017. The LUCAS payload allows data transfer at around seven times faster than the S-band and Ka-band DRTS .


Illustration of the LUCAS optical data relay payload on the JDRS-1 satellite. Credit: JAXA

Sunday’s JDRS-1 launch was the 43rd of the four variants of the H-IIA rocket, which boasts a 100 percent success rate.

The H-IIA and H-IIB are to be retired by the end of 2023 and replaced by the new H3 rocket. The latter was expected to have an inaugural launch by the end of 2020, but this has now slipped to Japanese Financial Year 2021, beginning April 2021, following discovery of issues with components of the new LE-9 rocket engine.

https://spacenews.com/japan-launches-jdrs-1-optical-data-relay-satellite-for-military-civilian-use/

Japanese data relay satellite launches on H-2A rocket
November 29, 2020 Stephen Clark


A Japanese H-2A rocket lifts off from the Tanegashima Space Center on Sunday. Credit: MHI

(...) The new satellite carries the Laser Utilizing Communication System, or LUCAS, payload developed by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency. From its perch in geostationary orbit, the optical communication payload will connect with satellites flying several hundred miles above Earth with a near-infrared laser beam, allowing the transmission of data at high rates.

A single data relay satellite can communicate with a user spacecraft for about 40 minutes on each orbit, relaying imagery, scientific data, and other information between the Earth observation satellite and a ground station. The connection allows imagery analysts to more rapidly receive data than if they waited for the observation satellite to pass over an antenna on the ground.

The new optical data relay satellite replaces JAXA’s Kodama spacecraft, which had S-band and Ka-band inter-satellite links providing communication speeds of about 240 megabits per second. JAXA decommissioned the Kodama satellite in 2017 after a 15-year mission.

The laser-equipped relay satellite will permit data transmission speeds up 1.8 gigabits per second, more than seven times faster than the speeds possible with Kodama. The antenna for Kodama’s radio frequency transmissions had a diameter of 11.8 feet, or 3.6 meters, while the laser terminal for the optical relay satellite has a diameter of 5.5 inches, or 14 centimeters. (...)
https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/11/29/japanese-data-relay-satellite-set-for-launch-on-h-2a-rocket/

https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2020/11/29/national/science-health/japan-launches-data-relay-satellite-disaster/

https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2020/11/japan-launches-data-relay-satellite/

JDRS 1 https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/jdrs-1.htm

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