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Odp: Falcon 9 | Starlink-16 | 25.11.2020
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Odp: Falcon 9 | Starlink-16 | 25.11.2020
« Odpowiedź #16 dnia: Listopad 25, 2020, 03:16 »
Separacja boostera OK. Drugi stopień pracuje poprawnie!
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Odp: Falcon 9 | Starlink-16 | 25.11.2020
« Odpowiedź #17 dnia: Listopad 25, 2020, 03:16 »
Here are some statistics on today's launch:

100th launch of a Falcon 9 rocket since 2010
108th launch of Falcon rocket family since 2006
7th launch of Falcon 9 booster B1049
87th Falcon 9 launch from Florida's Space Coast
60th Falcon 9 launch from pad 40
115th launch overall from pad 40
16th launch dedicated to SpaceX's Starlink network
23rd Falcon 9 launch of 2020
23rd launch by SpaceX in 2020
26th orbital launch based out of Cape Canaveral in 2020

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Odp: Falcon 9 | Starlink-16 | 25.11.2020
« Odpowiedź #18 dnia: Listopad 25, 2020, 03:18 »
Zabójcza lista oglądająych  ;) ;D
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Odp: Falcon 9 | Starlink-16 | 25.11.2020
« Odpowiedź #19 dnia: Listopad 25, 2020, 03:22 »
Było to 5-te starlinkowe  lądowanie B1049.
A poza tym jest to siódemkowy miesiąc  :)
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Odp: Falcon 9 | Starlink-16 | 25.11.2020
« Odpowiedź #20 dnia: Listopad 25, 2020, 03:22 »
Wzorowe lądowanie boostera.

Widzę, że uwolnienie Starlinków będzie nad Atlantykiem.  Jest separacja pakietu satelitów.  Satelity uwolnione, wszystko OK!
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Odp: Falcon 9 | Starlink-16 | 25.11.2020
« Odpowiedź #21 dnia: Listopad 25, 2020, 03:29 »
Zabójcza lista oglądająych  ;) ;D
Po pierwszej setce może pora już otworzyć zbiorczy wątek dla startów SpaceX  ;)

Poza tym był to 88-ósmy udany start w 2020.
W sumie na orbicie znalazło się już 955 Starlinków.

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Odp: Falcon 9 | Starlink-16 | 25.11.2020
« Odpowiedź #22 dnia: Listopad 25, 2020, 03:39 »
Deployment of 60 Starlink satellites confirmed
3:29 AM · 25 lis 2020
https://twitter.com/SpaceX/status/1331424769632215040

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Odp: Falcon 9 | Starlink-16 | 25.11.2020
« Odpowiedź #23 dnia: Listopad 25, 2020, 03:46 »
Nagranie z lądowania

Falcon 9’s first stage lands on the Of Course I Still Love You droneship!
3:23 AM · 25 lis 2020
https://twitter.com/SpaceX/status/1331423180431396864

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Odp: Falcon 9 | Starlink-16 | 25.11.2020
« Odpowiedź #24 dnia: Listopad 25, 2020, 03:47 »
Z "zabójczą listą oglądających" to chodzi raczej o porę, a nie znudzenie, choć i to zapewne nadejdzie.  :-\

PS Dobranoc, a może dzień dobry, niebawem.  :)
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Odp: Falcon 9 | Starlink-16 | 25.11.2020
« Odpowiedź #25 dnia: Listopad 25, 2020, 07:14 »
Ludzie się przyzwyczajają. Historia stara jak świat, już Apollo 12 nie budził wielkiego zainteresowania:
https://www.nytimes.com/1969/11/15/archives/enthusiasm-for-lunar-exploration-is-found-to-be-on-wane-around-the.html

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Odp: Falcon 9 | Starlink-16 | 25.11.2020
« Odpowiedź #26 dnia: Listopad 25, 2020, 09:49 »
Zabójcza lista oglądająych  ;) ;D
Po pierwszej setce może pora już otworzyć zbiorczy wątek dla startów SpaceX  ;)

Poza tym był to 88-ósmy udany start w 2020.
W sumie na orbicie znalazło się już 955 Starlinków.    Jestem ciekaw ile czasu na ogół musi minąć od wyniesienia paczki Starlinków, do czasu kiedy satelity już są na swoich miejscach i rozpoczynają swoje funkcjonowanie ? Miesiąc, dwa, czy dłużej?

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Odp: Falcon 9 | Starlink-16 | 25.11.2020
« Odpowiedź #27 dnia: Listopad 29, 2020, 03:52 »
B1049 po raz siódmy
  25.11. o 02:13:12 z Cape Canaveral wystartowała RN Falcon-9R. Wyniosła ona w T+44' na orbitę o parametrach:
hp=190 km, ha=380 km, i=53,00° 60 satelitów Starlink (misja Starlink 16/v1.0 L15). Pierwszy stopień RN (B1049.7)
w T+8' 45" wylądował na barce ASDS OCISLY na Atlantyku.
http://lk.astronautilus.pl/n201116.htm#06

SpaceX Starlink 16 launch & Falcon 9 first stage landing, 25 November 2020
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<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=soa7DeH03r0" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=soa7DeH03r0</a>
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=soa7DeH03r0

Start Falcona 9 z szesnastą paczką Starlink
BY KRZYSZTOF KANAWKA ON 26 LISTOPADA 2020

(...) Do startu rakiety Falcon 9 doszło 25 listopada 2020 o godzinie 03:13 CET. Start nastąpił z wyrzutni LC-40 na Florydzie. Na pokładzie tej rakiety znalazła się szesnasta paczka sześćdziesięciu satelitów konstelacji Starlink. Lot przebiegł prawidłowo i satelity zostały uwolnione na wstępnej orbicie okołoziemskiej, skąd pod własnym napędem dotrą do operacyjnej orbity o wysokości około 550 km. W przypadku tego startu uwolnienie satelitów nastąpiło po piętnastu minutach od startu. Proces podwyższania orbity zajmie kilka tygodni. (...)
(PFA, S-X)
https://kosmonauta.net/2020/11/start-falcona-9-z-szesnasta-paczka-starlink/

https://spacex.com.pl/wiadomosci/start-rakiety-falcon-9-z-misja-starlink-16

SpaceX going for new rocket reuse record on 100th Falcon 9 launch
November 22, 2020 Stephen Clark


A Falcon 9 rocket fires its engines at Cape Canaveral on Sunday in preparation for launch with 60 more Starlink satellites. Credit: Stephen Clark / Spaceflight Now

Sixty more Starlink internet satellites are ready to rocket into orbit Sunday night from Cape Canaveral on the 100th flight of a SpaceX Falcon 9 launcher, and the seventh flight of SpaceX’s reusable “fleet leader” booster.

The Falcon 9 rocket is scheduled to launch at 9:56:21 p.m. EST Sunday (0256:21 GMT Monday) from pad 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. The mission is set to blast off less than 34 hours after SpaceX’s previous flight, a Falcon 9 launch from California that hauled into orbit an oceanography satellite designed to measure sea level rise. (...)
https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/11/22/spacex-going-for-new-rocket-reuse-record-on-100th-falcon-9-launch/

Record-Setting 100th Falcon 9 Delivers Starlinks to Orbit, Lands Safely
By Ben Evans, on November 25th, 2020


B1049 springs away from SLC-40 to begin SpaceX’s 100th Falcon 9 launch and its own record-setting seventh flight. Photo Credit: Jeff Seibert/AmericaSpace

(...) Two days later than planned, and despite windy conditions on the Space Coast, SpaceX has successfully lofted another 60-strong batch of Starlink low-orbiting internet communications satellites from Space Launch Complex (SLC)-40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla.

Already, the Hawthorne, Calif.-headquartered launch service organization had launched the Sentinel-6A Michael Freilich ocean-monitoring satellite atop a brand-new Falcon 9 core from Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., on Saturday morning, and three days later—and a continent away—repeated the feat with a second mission from the Space Coast. The second mission launched on time at 9:13 p.m. EST Tuesday and set a raft of new records, including the 100th launch of a Falcon 9 since June 2010.

As detailed in AmericaSpace’s preview feature, this pair of Falcon 9 boosters could hardly be more dissimilar. The sparkling B1063 core which lofted Sentinel-6A was embarking on the first flight of its career, whilst the blackened and scarred B1049 core destined to lift the latest instalment of Starlinks had six prior launches and blistering hypersonic re-entries to its credit. With its latest mission on Tuesday night, it became the first Falcon 9 to record a seventh flight. “This is a life-leader launch,” tweeted SpaceX founder Elon Musk, “so more risk than normal.”

First launched in September 2018 to deliver the heavyweight Telstar 18V communications satellite towards geostationary altitude, B1049 went on to lift the final ten-strong batch of Iridium NEXT global mobile communications satellites in January 2019. In doing so, it became the second Falcon 9 core to achieve pinpoint landings on the Autonomous Spaceport Drone Ship (ASDS) on both the East and West Coasts of the United States.

Since then, B1049 has flown a record-breaking five Starlink batches—a total of 298 of these flat-packed internet communications satellites—into space between May 2019 and tonight. Notably, it became the first Falcon 9 core to return safely from a fifth mission, the first to complete a sixth and, with tonight’s flight, also the first to complete a seventh.

Including Tuesday’s mission, B1049 has now touched down five times on the ASDS “Of Course I Still Love You” and twice on the ASDS “Just Read the Instructions”, including the first JRTI landing after it was relocated from the West Coast to the East Coast. (...)


Starlink launch and deployment sequence. Image Credit: SpaceX
(...)
Liftoff occurred on time and B1049 performed admirably on its seventh launch, its nine Merlin 1D+ first-stage engines providing 1.5 million pounds (680,000 kg) of thrust to push the 230-foot-tall (70-meter) booster uphill. The core stage separated from the stack at 2.5 minutes into flight and completed a pinpoint landing on the ASDS. It was SpaceX’s 66th successful booster landing since December 2015 and its 45th on a drone ship since April 2016. Meanwhile, the Merlin 1D+ Vacuum engine of the Falcon 9’s second stage continued to push the Starlink payload uphill, releasing them into space a quarter-hour into the flight.

With the possibility of one more Starlink mission before the end of the year, 2020 may yet achieve the magic number of 1,000 of these satellites in orbit. Before that, however, the next flight on SpaceX’s books is CRS-21, the first voyage of the new Cargo Dragon to the International Space Station (ISS) and the inauguration of the second-round Commercial Resupply Services (CRS2) contract, set to fly early next month. 
https://www.americaspace.com/2020/11/25/record-setting-100th-falcon-9-delivers-starlinks-to-orbit-lands-safely/

SpaceX launches 60 more Starlink satellites on 100th Falcon 9 flight
November 25, 2020 Stephen Clark


A Falcon 9 rocket climbs away from pad 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station on Tuesday night. Credit: SpaceX

(...) Elon Musk, SpaceX’s founder and CEO, has said the newest version of the Falcon 9 booster could fly 10 times without any major refurbishment, and perhaps 100 times with periodic overhauls.

Along with its reused first stage booster, the Falcon 9 launched with a recycled clamshell-like payload shroud, half of which flew on two previous missions. The other half of the fairing was a veteran one prior launch.

Two recovery vessels were dispatched to sea to retrieve the fairing halves from Tuesday night’s mission after they parachuted back to Earth from space. (...)

The launch was previously scheduled Saturday night, then delayed to Sunday, when SpaceX called off a launch attempt due to concerns about “mission assurance.” SpaceX bypassed a launch opportunity Monday due to a forecast of poor conditions in the Falcon 9 booster’s offshore landing zone, setting the stage for Tuesday’s countdown.

Tuesday night’s launch was the 23rd SpaceX mission of 2020, extending the company’s record cadence of flights. The previous record for the most SpaceX launches in a year was 21 missions in 2018.


The exhaust plume from nine Merlin 1D main engines was apparent as the Falcon 9 rocket soared through clouds over Cape Canaveral on Tuesday night. Credit: Stephen Clark / Spaceflight Now
https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/11/25/spacex-launches-60-more-starlink-satellites-on-100th-falcon-9-flight/

https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2020/11/starlink-falcon9-100-flights/

Statystyki startu https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=4292.msg153182#msg153182

AA https://www.forum.kosmonauta.net/index.php?topic=3641.msg153209#msg153209

https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/starlink-v1-0.htm
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