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« Odpowiedź #45 dnia: Sierpień 24, 2021, 00:48 »
OneWeb constellation nears 300 satellites after Arianespace launch
by Jason Rainbow — August 22, 2021 [SN]


A Soyuz rocket launched an additional 34 satellites for OneWeb Aug. 21 from Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan. Credit: Roscosmos, TsENKI

TAMPA, Fla. — Arianespace launched its ninth mission for broadband startup OneWeb Aug. 21, expanding its low Earth orbit constellation to 288 satellites.

A total of 34 satellites for OneWeb launched on a Soyuz rocket at 6:13 p.m. Eastern from Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan.

Source: https://spacenews.com/oneweb-constellation-nears-300-satellites-after-arianespace-launch/

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« Odpowiedź #46 dnia: Wrzesień 08, 2021, 02:30 »
Kymeta announces successful OneWeb antenna tests
by Jason Rainbow — September 7, 2021 [SN]


Kymeta tested its u8 terminal with OneWeb's LEO constellation in France. Credit: Kymeta / OneWeb

TAMPA, Fla. — Kymeta said Sept. 7 that it successfully tested its u8 broadband terminal on OneWeb’s low-Earth-orbit constellation, achieving 200 megabits per second (Mbps) downlink speeds ahead of the network’s partial launch this year.

Source: https://spacenews.com/kymeta-announces-successful-oneweb-antenna-tests/

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« Odpowiedź #47 dnia: Wrzesień 17, 2021, 08:37 »
OneWeb’s broadband constellation reaching halfway mark
by Jason Rainbow — September 14, 2021 [SN]


Arianespace lofted 34 satellites for OneWeb Sept. 14 in the launch services provider's ninth mission so far this year. Credit: Roscosmos, TsENKI

TAMPA, Fla. — OneWeb is about halfway through deploying its low Earth orbit constellation, after Arianespace successfully launched another 34 satellites for the broadband operator Sept. 14.

The satellites launched on a Soyuz rocket at 2:07 p.m. Eastern from Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan, expanding OneWeb’s network to 322 satellites of a planned 648-strong constellation.

Source: https://spacenews.com/onewebs-broadband-constellation-reaching-halfway-mark/

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« Odpowiedź #48 dnia: Wrzesień 17, 2021, 08:39 »
OneWeb signs distribution deal with Peraton, broadens reach into military market
by Sandra Erwin — September 16, 2021 [SN]


An Arianespace Soyuz rocket carrying 34 OneWeb satellites awaits launch at Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan Aug. 22, 2021. Credit: OneWeb

OneWeb said it will start service this year at the 50th parallel and above, and reach global coverage in 2022
WASHINGTON — Under a new agreement with U.S. defense contractor Peraton, OneWeb’s satellite communications services will be more widely available to military users in hard-to-reach areas, including ships at sea.

Source: https://spacenews.com/oneweb-signs-distribution-deal-with-peraton-broadens-reach-into-military-market/

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« Odpowiedź #49 dnia: Wrzesień 22, 2021, 23:26 »
Drones are accelerating OneWeb’s antenna tests
by Jason Rainbow — September 21, 2021 [SN]


OneWeb started using QuadSat's drones for testing gateways for the first time in June. Credit: QuadSat

TAMPA, Fla. — OneWeb is using drones from Danish startup QuadSat to accelerate ground segment tests as it aims to bring part of its low Earth orbit broadband constellation online this year.

QuadSat’s quadcopters helped calibrate OneWeb’s gateway in Scanzano, Italy, and will now test its antennas elsewhere as the operator races to launch initial commercial services in the upper part of the Northern Hemisphere, ahead of full services in 2022.

Source: https://spacenews.com/drones-are-accelerating-onewebs-antenna-tests/

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« Odpowiedź #50 dnia: Październik 14, 2021, 23:36 »
Arianespace launches OneWeb past the halfway mark
by Jason Rainbow — October 14, 2021 [SN]


Arianespace’s eleventh launch for OneWeb expands its broadband constellation to 358 satellites. Credit: Vostochny Space Centre

TAMPA, Fla. — OneWeb has contacted all 36 satellites launched from Russia’s Vostochny Cosmodrome Oct. 14, enlarging the broadband constellation beyond its halfway mark toward full deployment next year.

A Soyuz-2.1b rocket successfully launched the latest batch of OneWeb satellites at 5:40 a.m. Eastern in Arianespace’s eleventh mission for the operator.

Source: https://spacenews.com/arianespace-launches-oneweb-past-the-halfway-mark/

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« Odpowiedź #51 dnia: Listopad 25, 2021, 16:46 »
OneWeb mulls debris-removal service for failed satellite
by Jason Rainbow — November 24, 2021 [SN]


OneWeb's satellites are built in Florida under a joint venture with Airbus, called OneWeb Satellites. Credit: OneWeb

TAMPA, Fla. — OneWeb is considering options to remove one of its broadband satellites from low Earth orbit after it failed following a software issue last year.

“We are looking at all potential suppliers to address de-orbit as and when the tech is safe,” said Chris Mclaughlin, OneWeb’s chief of government, regulation and engagement.

The failure was disclosed in a OneWeb financial report filed Nov. 17. That report noted OneWeb has deployed 358 satellites at 1,200 kilometers through 11 launches, “with loss of only one satellite to date.”

Source: https://spacenews.com/oneweb-mulls-debris-removal-service-for-failed-satellite/

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« Odpowiedź #52 dnia: Grudzień 16, 2021, 09:58 »
No decision yet on where to build OneWeb second-generation satellites
by Jeff Foust — December 15, 2021 [SN]


The Florida factory where OneWeb's current generation of satellites are being built. A OneWeb executive said Dec. 14 said the company has yet to decide where to build a second generation. Credit: OneWeb Satellites

PARIS — A week after a OneWeb executive told British officials that the company would move production of its second generation of satellites to the United Kingdom, another executive said the company has yet to decide where it will build those satellites.

At a Dec. 8 hearing by the U.K. Parliament’s science and technology committee, Chris McLaughlin, chief of government, regulatory affairs and engagement at OneWeb, said the company intended to build a second generation of satellites in the U.K. starting in the middle of the decade.

Source: https://spacenews.com/no-decision-yet-on-where-to-build-oneweb-second-generation-satellites/

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« Odpowiedź #53 dnia: Grudzień 27, 2021, 21:19 »
Arianespace wraps up 2021 with OneWeb launch
by Jason Rainbow — December 27, 2021 [SN]


Arianespace’s 12th mission overall for OneWeb saw a Soyuz deliver 36 satellites from the Baikonour Cosmodrome, instead of the usual 34 from Kazakhstan. Credit: Roscosmos, Baikonur Space Centre, TsENKI

TAMPA, Fla. — Arianespace completed its last mission of the year Dec. 27 with the launch of 36 satellites for low Earth orbit broadband operator OneWeb.

OneWeb’s latest batch of satellites launched on a Soyuz 2.1b rocket at 8.10 a.m. Eastern from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.

Source: https://spacenews.com/arianespace-wraps-up-2021-with-oneweb-launch/

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« Odpowiedź #54 dnia: Luty 11, 2022, 09:41 »
OneWeb forges Indian distribution partnership
by Jason Rainbow — January 20, 2022 [SN]


Arianespace launched OneWeb's latest batch of satellites Dec. 27. Credit: Roscosmos, Baikonur Space Centre, TsENKI

TAMPA, Fla. — OneWeb has signed a deal to distribute broadband in India through a local partner as it hopes to get regulatory permission for its low Earth orbit services this year.

The megaconstellation operator said Jan. 20 it has struck a six-year distribution partnership with Hughes Communications India Private Ltd (HCIPL), a recently formed joint venture between Indian telco Bharti Airtel and U.S.-based Hughes Network Systems.
https://spacenews.com/oneweb-forges-indian-distribution-partnership/

Arianespace launches 34 OneWeb satellites in first mission of 2022
by Jason Rainbow — February 10, 2022 [SN]


Arianespace has launched 13 missions for OneWeb, expanding the operator's network to 428 satellites. © 2022 ESA-CNES-Arianespace / Optique vidéo du CSG - S MARTIN

TAMPA, Fla. — Arianespace launched another batch of OneWeb satellites Feb. 10 in the launch provider’s first mission of 2022.

A Soyuz rocket lifted off from the Guiana Space Center in Kourou, French Guiana, at 1:09 p.m. Eastern Standard Time, carrying 34 satellites for OneWeb’s low Earth orbit (LEO) broadband network.

All satellites were released from the rocket’s Fregat upper stage over the course of nearly four hours, according to a OneWeb social media post, into a near-polar orbit at around 475 kilometers.

Source: https://spacenews.com/arianespace-launches-34-oneweb-satellites-in-first-mission-of-2022/

Russia-Ukraine war raises questions for upcoming OneWeb launches
by Jason Rainbow — February 28, 2022 [SN]


OneWeb's latest batch of satellites were shipped from Florida to the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan for launch. Credit: Arianespace

TAMPA, Fla. — Mounting international sanctions amid Russia’s war on Ukraine have thrown plans to launch 36 OneWeb satellites this week into uncertainty.

The latest batch of satellites for OneWeb’s broadband constellation is currently at the Baikonur Cosmodrome, the Russian-controlled launch site in Kazakhstan, where Europe’s Arianespace plans to launch them as soon as March 4 on a Russian Soyuz rocket.

Source: https://spacenews.com/russia-ukraine-war-raises-questions-for-upcoming-oneweb-launches/

Rogozin puts poison-pill conditions on OneWeb Soyuz launch
by Jason Rainbow and Jeff Foust — March 2, 2022 [SN]


Russia placed new conditions on OneWeb's upcoming launch after the Soyuz was rolled out to the launchpad. Credit: Roscosmos

TAMPA, Fla. — This week’s Soyuz launch of a set of OneWeb satellites has been thrown into doubt after Russia made new demands on the company.

In tweets Wednesday, just after the Soyuz rocket carrying 36 satellites rolled out to the pad at the Russian-controlled Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, Roscosmos Director General Dmitry Rogozin said the launch would proceed only if the U.K.-based company met new conditions.

Source: https://spacenews.com/rogozin-puts-poison-pill-conditions-on-oneweb-soyuz-launch/

Russia issues ultimatum to UK government over OneWeb launch
March 2, 2022 Stephen Clark [SFN]


The Soyuz rocket’s payload fairing containing OneWeb’s next 36 satellites. Credit: Roscosmos

Russia’s space agency said Wednesday it will not launch a batch of 36 OneWeb satellites this week unless the UK government gives up its stake in the satellite internet company, a prospect the UK business secretary later confirmed won’t happen.

Source: https://spaceflightnow.com/2022/03/02/russia-issues-ultimatum-to-u-k-government-over-oneweb-launch/
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« Odpowiedź #55 dnia: Marzec 03, 2022, 07:12 »
OneWeb leaves Baikonur Cosmodrome after Roscosmos ultimatum
by Jason Rainbow — March 2, 2022 [SN]


Mounting international sanctions raise launch and production questions for OneWeb's remaining constellation. Credit: Airbus OneWeb Satellites

TAMPA, Fla. — OneWeb on March 2 ordered staff to leave Russia’s Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan amid an impasse over the planned March 4 launch of its latest batch of satellites on a Soyuz rocket, an executive for the U.K.-based company said.

Chris McLaughlin, OneWeb’s chief of government, regulatory affairs and engagement, told SpaceNews it decided to leave the Russian-controlled launch site after Roscosmos issued an ultimatum on the mission.

Source: https://spacenews.com/oneweb-leaves-baikonur-cosmodrome-after-roscosmos-ultimatum/

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« Odpowiedź #56 dnia: Marzec 04, 2022, 15:40 »
With Soyuz off the table, OneWeb back in the mix
by Jason Rainbow — March 3, 2022 [SN]


Russia issued an ultimatum on a March 4 launch for OneWeb after the Soyuz was rolled out to the launchpad. Credit: Roscosmos

UPDATE March 4: Arianespace said in a March 4 news release that it is suspending all Soyuz launches operated by Arianespace and Starsem, the joint venture the company shares with Russia that commercializes Soyuz launches.

“Arianespace will work with its partners to ensure the well-being of the goods and means currently in Baikonur,” Arianespace said.

“Arianespace is in close contact with its customers and French and European authorities to best assess all the consequences of this situation and develop alternative solutions.”


 TAMPA, Fla. — OneWeb is considering American, European, Indian and Japanese rockets for launching its remaining 220 satellites after the company announced March 3 that it would stop using Russia’s Soyuz rocket.

Source: https://spacenews.com/with-soyuz-off-the-table-oneweb-back-in-the-mix/

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« Odpowiedź #57 dnia: Marzec 12, 2022, 00:41 »
Former Astronaut Tim Kopra Joins OneWeb Technologies as New President
Mar 10, 2022, 09:00 ET [P]


Tom Kopra, President, OneWeb Technologies
     
HOUSTON, March 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- OneWeb Technologies, the premier provider of innovative and secure commercial satellite communications (SATCOM) application solutions, has named former astronaut Tim Kopra as President. In his new role, Tim will be responsible for leading the company's growth as it continues to expand its partnerships and solve secure, mission-critical real-time connectivity challenges for the U.S. government, its allies, and global enterprise customers.

Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/former-astronaut-tim-kopra-joins-oneweb-technologies-as-new-president-301499685.html

OneWeb reaches launch deal with SpaceX
by Brian Berger — March 21, 2022 [SN]


A Soyuz rocket lifts off Feb. 10 from Guiana Space Center in Kourou, French Guiana, carrying 34 satellites. A planned March 4 launch from Baikonur Cosmodrome was suspended following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Credit: ESA-CNES-Arianespace / Optique vidéo du CSG - S MARTIN

WASHINGTON — OneWeb said March 21 that it reached a deal with SpaceX that will allow OneWeb to resume launching its LEO broadband constellation this year.

“The first launch with SpaceX is anticipated in 2022 and will add to OneWeb’s total in-orbit constellation that currently stands at 428 satellites, or 66 percent of the fleet,” OneWeb said in a news release.

Source: https://spacenews.com/oneweb-reaches-launch-deal-with-spacex/

OneWeb signs with SpaceX to resume launching internet constellation
March 21, 2022 Stephen Clark [SFN]


A Falcon 9 rocket takes off from Cape Canaveral in January. Credit: SpaceX

OneWeb said Monday it has reached an agreement with SpaceX to resume launching the company’s satellite internet constellation later this year, just 18 days after suspending launches on Russian Soyuz rockets.

Source: https://spaceflightnow.com/2022/03/21/oneweb-signs-with-spacex-to-resume-launching-internet-constellation/

Telstra to build teleports for OneWeb constellation
by Debra Werner — March 22, 2022 [SN]


Telstra is building dedicated teleports across Australia to provide satellite gateway services for OneWeb in the Southern Hemisphere. Credit: Telstra

WASHINGTON – Australian communications company Telstra announced plans March 22 to build and maintain three dedicated teleports to provide satellite gateway services in the Southern Hemisphere for OneWeb’s broadband constellation.

The teleports, spread across Australia, are being built as part of a 10-year agreement between Telstra and OneWeb announced at the Satellite 2022 conference.

Source: https://spacenews.com/telstra-teleports-for-oneweb/

OneWeb signs contract to launch satellites from India in 2022
by Jason Rainbow — April 20, 2022 [SN]


A GSLV Mark 3 launches ISRO's GSAT-19 communications satellite June 5, 2017. Credit: ISRO

TAMPA, Fla. — OneWeb has signed a contract to use India’s largest launch vehicle to deploy at least some of its remaining LEO broadband satellites this year, according to a company executive.

The U.K.-based megaconstellation startup said in a brief April 20 news release it has reached an agreement with New Space India Limited, Indian space agency ISRO’s commercial arm, that covers launches from Satish Dhawan Space Centre for an undisclosed number of satellites.
https://spacenews.com/oneweb-signs-contract-to-launch-satellites-from-india-in-2022/

Gogo’s OneWeb partnership could face Starlink in business aviation market
by Jason Rainbow — May 25, 2022 [SN]


Gogo said its new antenna and partnership with OneWeb enables it to provide broadband to super light jets, like this HondaJet, for the first time. Credit: HondaJet

TAMPA, Fla. — Gogo is planning to use OneWeb satellites in a partnership that could see it take on Starlink in an emerging business aviation market for low Earth orbit services.

Gogo announced plans May 22 to use OneWeb’s LEO network to connect business jets that are currently too small to use commercial high-speed satellite broadband solutions.
https://spacenews.com/gogos-oneweb-partnership-could-face-starlink-in-business-aviation-market/

OneWeb tests inflight connectivity on Boeing 777
by Jason Rainbow — June 15, 2022 [SN]


OneWeb said its network achieved 260 megabits per second download speeds on a Boeing 777. Credit: OneWeb/Stellar Blu Solutions

TAMPA, Fla. — OneWeb said June 14 it successfully tested high-speed services on a commercial airliner last month using its low Earth orbit network.

Video streaming, online virtual reality gaming and other low-latency capabilities were demonstrated on a Boeing B777-200LR that took off from a public airport in Texas May 27, according to OneWeb.

The British startup said an electronically steered antenna on the aircraft achieved 260 megabits per second download and 80 megabits per second upload speeds.
https://spacenews.com/oneweb-tests-inflight-connectivity-on-boeing-777/

Hughes and OneWeb deploy high-speed internet for U.S. military at remote Arctic base
by Sandra Erwin — June 23, 2022 [SN]


Intellian terminals at Thule Air Base, Greenland, connect with OneWeb satellites that orbit overhead. Credit: Hughes Network Systems

A Hughes-OneWeb prototype network at Thule, Greenland, is fast enough to enable video conferencing, streaming video and games

WASHINGTON — U.S. troops at Thule Air Base, Greenland, a remote military outpost well outside the footprint of a typical geostationary satellite, are getting high-speed internet from OneWeb’s polar-orbiting constellation.

Hughes Network Systems and OneWeb announced June 22 that they have successfully deployed a prototype low Earth orbit network at Thule, fast enough to enable video conferencing, streaming video and interactive games.
https://spacenews.com/hughes-and-oneweb-deploy-high-speed-internet-for-u-s-military-at-remote-arctic-base/

OneWeb to resume launches in fourth quarter
by Jeff Foust — June 23, 2022 [SN]


OneWeb will use India's GSLV Mark 3 and SpaceX's Falcon 9 to resume launches of its broadband satellites in the fourth quarter this year, a company executive said June 23. Credit: ISRO

WASHINGTON — OneWeb, the broadband megaconstellation company whose launch plans were disrupted by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, expects to resume launches late this year, an executive said June 23.

Speaking at the Fourth Summit for Space Sustainability by the Secure World Foundation and the U.K. Space Agency, Maurizio Vanotti, vice president of space infrastructure development and partnerships at OneWeb, said new launch agreements with SpaceX and NewSpace India Ltd. (NSIL) would allow the company to launch the remaining satellites of its first-generation system by the second quarter of 2023.
https://spacenews.com/oneweb-to-resume-launches-in-fourth-quarter/

OneWeb to launch second-generation satellites with Relativity Space
by Jeff Foust — July 1, 2022 [SN]


Relativity’s Terran R reusable launch vehicle, currently under development, will launch second-generation OneWeb satellite starting as soon as 2025 under a contract announced by the companies June 30. Credit: Relativity Space

WASHINGTON — OneWeb will launch some of its next-generation satellites on Relativity Space’s next-generation launch vehicle starting as soon as 2025, the companies announced June 30.

Relativity Space announced that OneWeb signed a launch services agreement for multiple launches of OneWeb Gen 2 satellites on Relativity’s Terran R reusable launch vehicle under development. The companies declined to disclose details about the agreement, including the value of the contract and the number of launches included.
https://spacenews.com/oneweb-to-launch-second-generation-satellites-with-relativity-space/

OneWeb backs up Starlink 5G interference warning
by Jason Rainbow — July 12, 2022 [SN]


OneWeb has spent billions of dollars and deployed hundreds of satellites that use the 12 GHz band since securing a U.S. market access license in 2017. Credit: OneWeb artist's concept

TAMPA, Fla. — Plans to use the 12 GHz band for terrestrial 5G would severely disrupt non-geostationary orbit (NGSO) broadband across the United States, OneWeb said July 11 in analysis supporting an earlier study from SpaceX.

In a letter to the Federal Communications Commission, OneWeb urged the regulator to reject a request from satellite broadcaster Dish Network and spectrum holder RS Access to run two-way mobile services in the band.
https://spacenews.com/oneweb-backs-up-starlink-5g-interference-warning/

OneWeb and Hanwha partner to tap Australia’s military broadband market
by Park Si-soo — July 20, 2022 [SN]


Caption: OneWeb CEO Neil Masterson, left, signs an MoU July 19 with Hanwha Systems CEO Eoh Sung-chul, center, and Tim Pickford, Hanwha Defence Australia’s director of strategy and business development. Credit: OneWeb

SEOUL, South Korea — OneWeb and two subsidiaries of South Korean conglomerate Hanwha Group have partnered to explore the joint provision of connectivity services to the Australian defense market.

U.K.-based satellite broadband operator OneWeb signed a memorandum of understanding with Hanwha Group’s Hanwha Systems and Hanwha Defense Australia units July 19 at the Farnborough International Airshow, England.
https://spacenews.com/oneweb-and-hanwha-partner-to-tap-australias-military-broadband-market/

Eutelsat and OneWeb discussing multi-orbit merger plan
by Jason Rainbow — July 25, 2022 [SN]


Eutelsat headquarters are located in Paris, France. Credit: Simon Lambert/REA

TAMPA, Fla. — Eutelsat said July 25 it is in talks to merge with OneWeb to create a global multi-orbit satellite broadband operator.

The deal would combine France-based Eutelsat’s satellite fleet in geostationary orbit (GEO) with British startup OneWeb’s constellation in low Earth orbit (LEO).
https://spacenews.com/eutelsat-and-oneweb-discussing-multi-orbit-merger-plan/
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« Odpowiedź #58 dnia: Marzec 21, 2022, 17:06 »
Ha! Następne satelity będą wynoszone... Falconami!

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« Odpowiedź #59 dnia: Marzec 21, 2022, 18:06 »
Ha! Następne satelity będą wynoszone... Falconami!

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