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« Odpowiedź #166 dnia: Lipiec 25, 2021, 10:05 »
Najbliższy start z LC-1A planowany jest jeszcze w tym miesiącu.
Start z LC-1B jeszcze w tym roku ?


Rocket Lab @RocketLab 2:46 AM · 23 lip 2021
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Electron will liftoff from Launch Complex 1 Pad A later this month, and Pad B gets a front row seat. Two pads = speedy turnaround between missions. Can't wait for our first LC-1B mission soon.
https://twitter.com/RocketLab/status/1418371913785561090

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« Odpowiedź #167 dnia: Lipiec 29, 2021, 10:40 »
Wystartował Electron
  29.07. o 06:00 z Onenui Station wystrzelona została RN Electron/Curie, która wyniesie w T+51' 08" na orbitę o parametrach: hp=600 km, ha=600 km, i=37° w ramach programu STP-27RM satelitę Monolith.
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The Kick Stage has now successfully separated from Electron’s second stage and will coast in an elliptical orbit for around 40 minutes. After that, the Curie engine will ignite to perform a circularization burn before payload deployment.
https://twitter.com/RocketLab/status/1420627704060153857

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Mission success for our 21st Electron launch 'It's A Little Chile Up Here'! Congratulations to @SpaceForceDoD and welcome to orbit, Monolith.

https://twitter.com/RocketLab/status/1420644136177180673

Rocket Lab returns to service with “flawless” launch for U.S. military
July 29, 2021 Stephen Clark


Rocket Lab’s Electron launch vehicle lifts off at 2 a.m. EDT (0600 GMT; 6 p.m. local time) Thursday from Zealand. Credit: Rocket Lab

(...) The mission was the 21st flight of a Rocket Lab Electron launch vehicle since 2017, and the eighth to carry a payload for a U.S. military or intelligence agency customer.

It was also the first Rocket Lab mission since May 15, when an Electron rocket failed before reaching orbit with two commercial BlackSky Earth-imaging satellites. (...)

Thursday’s mission, designated STP-27RM, was originally supposed to launch from Rocket Lab’s new pad at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport, located at NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia. But delays in NASA’s certification of the Electron rocket’s new autonomous flight safety system have kept Rocket Lab from beginning service from the Virginia launch base. (...)

When the military announced the Monolith mission in 2019, officials said the satellite’s sensor package is aimed at space weather monitoring.

Data from the Monolith mission will help engineers design future small satellites to host deployable sensors, such as weather monitoring instruments. The Space Force said that will help reduce the cost, complexity, and development timelines of future missions.

“The satellite will also provide a platform to test future space protection capabilities,” the Space Force said.

Rocket Lab did not attempt to recover the Electron rocket’s first stage booster on Thursday’s mission. (...)
https://spaceflightnow.com/2021/07/29/rocket-lab-returns-to-service-with-flawless-launch-for-u-s-military/

Rocket Lab's Electron Booster Returns to Flight, Delivers Monolith Payload to Orbit
By Ben Evans, on July 29th, 2021


Electron’s first stage is powered by a suite of nine Rutherford liquid-fueled engines. Photo Credit: Brady Kenniston, via RocketLab

(...)Primary payload for Thursday’s mission—the 21st Electron launch and the program’s 18th fully successful flight—was a research and development satellite known as “Monolith”. Sponsored by the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), the mission was procured by the Space Force’s Space Test Program (STP), which is headquartered at Kirtland Air Force Base in Albuquerque, N.M. And this location generated the mission’s weird name, “It’s Chile Up Here”, in honor of the beloved green chile of New Mexico. (...)
https://www.americaspace.com/2021/07/29/rocket-labs-electron-booster-returns-to-flight-delivers-monolith-payload-to-orbit/

https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2021/07/rocket-lab-return-to-flight-space-force/

AA https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3856.msg167871#msg167871

https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/monolith.htm
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