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Falcon 9 | ANASIS-II | 20.07.2020
« dnia: Lipiec 12, 2020, 11:45 »
Numer misji   97
Data   20 lipca 2020, 23:00 czasu polskiego
Okno startowe   235 minut
Pogoda   30% -> 50%
Miejsce startu   CCAFS SLC-40 
Miejsce lądowania   JRTI
Rakieta   Falcon 9 Block 5
Booster   1058.2
Ładunek   ANASIS-II
Docelowa orbita   GTO
Klient   ADD

ANASIS-II to pierwszy dedykowany koreański komunikacyjny satelita wojskowy. Jego operatorem będzie koreańska Agencja Rozwoju Obronnego (ADD). Falcon 9 dostarczy satelitę na geosynchroniczną orbitę transferową (GTO).

Korea Południowa w 2014 roku podpisała umowę z firmą Lockheed Martin, w ramach której miał zostać wyprodukowany wojskowy satelita. Ostatecznie jednak w 2016 roku Lockheed Martin zlecił budowę satelity firmie Airbus Defence and Space. Będzie on oparty o platformę Eurostar-3000.

Podczas tej misji wykorzystany zostanie pierwszy stopień rakiety Falcon 9, który wcześniej brał udział w pierwszej misji załogowej SpaceX, Crew Demo-2, w maju 2020 roku. Po oddzieleniu się drugiego stopnia planowane jest lądowanie boostera na autonomicznej platformie na Oceanie Altantyckim.

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Odp: Falcon 9 | ANASIS-II | 14.07.2020
« Odpowiedź #1 dnia: Lipiec 13, 2020, 09:54 »
Pogoda 40% -> 60%

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Odp: Falcon 9 | ANASIS-II | 14.07.2020
« Odpowiedź #2 dnia: Lipiec 13, 2020, 16:27 »
Jakieś nowe wieści? Czy są szanse na start jutro?

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Odp: Falcon 9 | ANASIS-II | 14.07.2020
« Odpowiedź #3 dnia: Lipiec 13, 2020, 20:31 »
Nie, start odroczony...ciekawe na kiedy?
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Odp: Falcon 9 | ANASIS-II | 14.07.2020
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Odp: Falcon 9 | ANASIS-II | 14.07.2020
« Odpowiedź #4 dnia: Lipiec 19, 2020, 00:49 »
Targeting Monday, July 20 for Falcon 9 launch of ANASIS-II from SLC-40
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Odp: Falcon 9 | ANASIS-II | 20.07.2020
« Odpowiedź #5 dnia: Lipiec 20, 2020, 14:06 »
Na jaką inklinację ma wejść ANASIS-II ?
Przelot Falcona będzie widoczny z Polski ? :)
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Odp: Falcon 9 | ANASIS-II | 20.07.2020
« Odpowiedź #6 dnia: Lipiec 20, 2020, 22:33 »
Start za niecałe pół godziny. Czy są jakieś przeciwwskazania pogodowe?

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Odp: Falcon 9 | ANASIS-II | 20.07.2020
« Odpowiedź #7 dnia: Lipiec 20, 2020, 22:35 »
New T-0 of 5:30 p.m. EDT for weather. Vehicle and payload continue to look good for launch.

czyli 30 minut opóźnienia z powodu pogody!

Stream:

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2fRE2szKy0" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2fRE2szKy0</a>

Link do materiału: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2fRE2szKy0
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Odp: Falcon 9 | ANASIS-II | 20.07.2020
« Odpowiedź #8 dnia: Lipiec 20, 2020, 22:40 »
Coś te Falcon nie mogą od jakiegoś czasu oderwać się od Ziemii, na ile to już startów w tym miesiącu czekałem przed tv...

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Odp: Falcon 9 | ANASIS-II | 20.07.2020
« Odpowiedź #9 dnia: Lipiec 20, 2020, 23:21 »
Jest już obraz z wyrzutni. T-8 min.

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Odp: Falcon 9 | ANASIS-II | 20.07.2020
« Odpowiedź #10 dnia: Lipiec 20, 2020, 23:30 »
No i poszła!

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Odp: Falcon 9 | ANASIS-II | 20.07.2020
« Odpowiedź #11 dnia: Lipiec 20, 2020, 23:40 »
I pierwszy stopień nadaje się do kolejnego użycia

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Odp: Falcon 9 | ANASIS-II | 20.07.2020
« Odpowiedź #12 dnia: Lipiec 20, 2020, 23:47 »
Koreański satelita wyniesiony na orbitę
  20.07. o 21:30 z Cape Canaveral wystartowała RN Falcon-9R. Wyniosła ona na orbitę GTO południowokoreańskiego satelitę telekomunikacyjnego Anasis II (KMilSatCom 1, URC-700K). Pierwszy stopień RN (B1058.2) wylądował na barce ASDS JRTI na Atlantyku. Po raz pierwszy udało się odzyskać w sieci statków odbiorczych obie połówki osłony aerodynamicznej.
http://lk.astronautilus.pl/n200716.htm#02



Falcon 9 launches ANASIS-II & Falcon 9 first stage landing
11 428 wyświetleń•20 lip 2020
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JehAH1T5bpQ

ANASIS-II Mission
1 074 251 wyświetleń•Nadawane na żywo 20 lip 2020
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TshvZlQ7le8

11:39 PM · 20 lip 2020 Falcon 9’s first stage has landed on the Just Read the Instructions droneship
https://twitter.com/SpaceX/status/1285328437847052288

Here are some statistics on today's launch:

89th launch of a Falcon 9 rocket since 2010
97th launch of Falcon rocket family since 2006
2nd launch of Falcon 9 booster B1058
77th Falcon 9 launch from Cape Canaveral
55th Falcon 9 launch from pad 40
2nd dedicated SpaceX launch for South Korea
6th SpaceX launch of an Airbus-built satellite
12th Falcon 9 launch of 2020
12th launch by SpaceX in 2020
14th orbital launch based out of Cape Canaveral in 2020
https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/07/20/falcon-9-anasis-2-mission-status-center/

SpaceX Falcon 9 launches South Korea’s Anasis-2 military satellite
by Sandra Erwin — July 20, 2020


A SpaceX Falcon 9 on July 20, 2020, launched the Anasis-2 mission from Space Launch Complex 40 (SLC-40) at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. Credit: SpaceX

SpaceX’s customer for the Anasis-2 mission was Lockheed Martin on behalf of the government of South Korea.

WASHINGTON — A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket on July 20 launched Anasis-2, South Korea’s first military communications satellite. The rocket lifted off at 5:30 p.m. Eastern from Cape Canaveral, Florida,

Less than nine minutes after liftoff the Falcon 9’s first stage landed on the “Just Read the Instructions” droneship stationed in the Atlantic Ocean 350 miles east of the launch site.

The payload separated and deployed about 32 minutes after liftoff.

The Anasis-2 telecommunications satellite will operate in geostationary Earth orbit.

This was SpaceX’s 12th launch this year, the 90th flight of a Falcon 9 and the 57th landing of the rocket’s first stage. The booster used in this mission was previously flown in May when it launched Crew Dragon to the International Space Station with NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley on board.

SpaceX’s customer for this launch was Lockheed Martin on behalf of the government of South Korea. The Anasis-2 satellite was manufactured in France by Airbus Defence and Space as part of an offset obligation related to a $7 billion sale of U.S. F-35 fighter jets to South Korea in 2014. Under the terms of the deal, F-35 manufacturer Lockheed Martin agreed to procure a telecommunications satellite for South Korea.

The name Anasis-2 is for Army/Navy/Air Force Satellite Information System. The spacecraft was shipped in mid-June from an Airbus facility in Toulouse to Cape Canaveral. The company built the Anasis-2 with the Eurostar E3000 satellite bus.
https://spacenews.com/spacex-falcon-9-launches-south-koreas-anasis-2-military-satellite/

SpaceX Launches ANASIS-II for South Korea atop Record-Breaking Falcon 9
By Ben Evans, on July 20th, 2020

(...) Aboard today’s mission was South Korea’s first secure military communications satellite, variously known as ANASIS-II or K-MILSAT-1. Reportedly carrying a launch mass between 9,900 pounds (4,500 kg) and 13,200 pounds (6,000 kg), ANASIS-II is built upon Airbus’ EuroStar-3000 satellite “bus” architecture and is being flown on behalf of the Korean Agency for Defense Development (ADD). Delivered to Cape Canaveral last month from prime contractor Airbus in Toulouse, France, the EuroStar-3000 boasts high flexibility, enhanced payload accommodations, propulsion options ranging from chemical to all-electric and has been described as “a reference for challenging high-power missions”. Originally earmarked for development by Lockheed Martin, its construction was subcontracted out to Airbus in 2016, due to difficulties pertaining to cost.

When it enters operational service, ANASIS-II will join over 50 EuroStar-3000 satellites in geostationary orbit. These powerful satellites have previously flown aboard Russian Proton-M and Zenit boosters, Europe’s Ariane 5, the Japanese H-IIA and on three occasions aboard SpaceX Falcon 9 vehicles since March 2017. They carry dual solar arrays for electrical power provision, with a total wing span of up to 150 feet (45 meters), together with 50-90 Ku-band and C-band transponders. (...)
https://www.americaspace.com/2020/07/20/spacex-launches-anasis-ii-for-south-korea-atop-record-breaking-falcon-9/

SpaceX delivers South Korea’s first military satellite into on-target orbit
July 20, 2020 Stephen Clark


SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket lifts off from pad 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station on Monday. Credit: Ken Kremer/SpaceUpClose.com

(...) The first stage shut down and separated from the Falcon 9’s second stage about two-and-a-half minutes after liftoff, beginning maneuvers to precisely touch down on SpaceX’s floating landing platform around 400 miles (645 kilometers) east of Cape Canaveral. The reusable first stage landed on target aboard the drone ship “Just Read The Instructions,” ready for return to Florida’s Space Coast for another flight.

The booster used on Monday’s launch set a record for the quickest turnaround time between flights of an orbital-class rocket stage at 51 days. The shortest span between launches of the same Falcon 9 booster was previously 62 days, which SpaceX achieved with a Feb. 17 mission.

NASA achieved a 54-day turnaround time between two launches of the space shuttle Atlantis in late 1985, a record never again matched during the 30-year-long shuttle program. The time elapsed between Atlantis’s landing and next launch was 50 days.

SpaceX may eclipse its rocket turnaround time record again in the coming weeks, with more missions on the company’s jam-packed launch schedule, all using reused rocket stages. The next brand new Falcon 9 booster is not expected to fly before late September. (...)

Further details about the Anasis 2 satellite are shrouded in secrecy at the wishes of the the spacecraft’s owner — the South Korean government. SpaceX did not broadcast live video of the Anasis 2 satellite deploying from the Falcon 9 rocket, citing a request from its customer.


The Anasis 2 satellite is prepared for shipment to Cape Canaveral from Airbus’s facility in Toulouse, France. Credit: Airbus Defense and Space

Elon Musk, SpaceX’s founder and CEO, tweeted later Monday that the company had successfully recovered both halves of the Falcon 9 rocket’s payload fairing using two boats stationed offshore in the Atlantic Ocean.

The twin fairing recovery vessels — named “Ms. Tree” and “Ms. Chief” — were dispatched to positions nearly 500 miles (800 kilometers) east of Cape Canaveral. Both ships are fitted with giant nets to try to catch the fairing halves, which descend under parachutes.

The Falcon 9 released the clamshell-like payload fairing around three-and-a-half minutes after liftoff Monday, once the rocket flew above the dense, lower layers of the atmosphere. The shroud protected the Anasis 2 satellite during the rocket’s initial climb away from Florida.

The successful fairing recovery marked the first time SpaceX achieved a double catch of both fairing halves on the same mission. On previous flights, SpaceX has either caught just one of the fairing shells, or retrieved them after splashing down in the ocean. (...)
https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/07/20/spacex-delivers-south-koreas-first-military-satellite-into-on-target-orbit/

https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/07/21/spacex-shares-video-of-first-double-fairing-catch/

https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/07/20/falcon-9-launch-timeline-with-anasis-2/

https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2020/07/spacex-launch-anasis-satellite-korea/

ANASIS 2 (KMilSatCom 1, URC-700K) https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/anasis-2.htm
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Odp: Falcon 9 | ANASIS-II | 20.07.2020
« Odpowiedź #13 dnia: Lipiec 21, 2020, 06:53 »
Musk pisze, że udało im się złapać obie części osłony:
https://twitter.com/elonmusk/status/1285338582849208320

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Odp: Falcon 9 | ANASIS-II | 20.07.2020
« Odpowiedź #14 dnia: Lipiec 21, 2020, 08:01 »
Gratulacje dla SpaceX!

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Odp: Falcon 9 | ANASIS-II | 20.07.2020
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