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ЦитироватьStéphane Israël @arianespaceceo 14 янв.Another payload delivered to French Guiana! #PRISMA, an innovative Earth observation satellite for our friends at @ASI_spazio, will now be readied for its #Vega launch from the Spaceport. Liftoff planned for early March. #MissiontoSuccess #OHBItalia #VV14Спойлер[свернуть]
ЦитироватьOHB @OHB_SE 15 янв.The hyperspectral #satellite of the #PRISMA mission lately arrived in French Guiana and is now preparing to face the launch campaign. #OHB ITALIA is responsible for the program management, systems engineering, development and integration of the platform and validation activities.
ЦитироватьVega | January 24, 2019Processing begins with PRISMA for Arianespace's next Vega launch fr om the SpaceportStored safely inside its protective shipping container, the PRISMA spacecraft emerges from the 747 cargo aircraft following its arrival at French Guiana's Félix Eboué Airport.Payload preparations have commenced for Arianespace's first Vega mission in 2019, which will deliver the Italian Space Agency's (ASI) newest Earth observation satellite to Sun-synchronous orbit in March.Built by OHB Italia as system prime contractor, PRISMA (PRecursore IperSpettrale della Missione Applicativa) was transported to French Guiana aboard a chartered 747 cargo aircraft – touching down at Félix Eboué Airport earlier this month, then travelling by road to the Spaceport to begin processing.Supporting the scientific communityPRISMA – which will weigh approximately 900 kg. at liftoff – is fitted with an innovative electro-optical instrument combining a hyperspectral sensor with a medium-resolution panchromatic camera.This type of combined instrument offers the advantages of conventional observation (based on the recognition of geometric characteristics of a scene) coupled with the ability to determine the chemical and physical characteristics of the objects present in the scene, using the hyperspectral sensor.The scientific community and other users will be able to employ these capabilities for a wide range of applications, including – but not limited to – environmental monitoring, resource management, identification and classification of crops, and the efforts to lim it pollution.A fast-paced 2019 for ArianespaceСпойлерThe March mission with PRISMA is designated Flight VV14, signifying the 14th launch of the lightweight Vega – which joins Arianespace's medium-lift Soyuz and heavyweight Ariane 5 in a complete launch vehicle family to orbit commercial, governmental, institutional, scientific and experimental payloads.The company's fast-paced operational schedule in 2019 will include up to 12 missions using the three highly-capable launchers. Arianespace's first mission in 2019 – Ariane 5 Flight VA247, carrying Saudi Geostationary Satellite 1/Hellas Sat 4 and GSAT-31 – is scheduled for a February 5 liftoff from the Spaceport.[свернуть]
ЦитироватьVega | February 14, 2019The Italian Space Agency's PRISMA Earth observation satellite is "fit" for its Arianespace Vega launchThe PRISMA satellite on Arianespace's upcoming Vega mission has completed a key step in its pre-launch checkout process, which will enable this Italian Earth observation platform to be orbited in mid-March fr om French Guiana.PRISMA is positioned for the fit-check on its adapter hardware for the Vega launcher during activity at the Spaceport.During activity in the Spaceport's payload processing facilities, PRISMA (PRecursore IperSpettrale della Missione Applicativa) underwent its successful fit-check – a milestone in the preparation campaign that validated this spacecraft's compatibility with the adapter that is to serve as the payload interface with Vega.The mission with PRISMA is designated Flight VV14, signifying the 14th launch of the lightweight Vega vehicle – which joins Arianespace's medium-lift Soyuz and heavyweight Ariane 5 in operations from French Guiana for a complete launcher family to orbit commercial, governmental, institutional, scientific and experimental payloads.A wide range of applications for PRISMAPRISMA – which will be operated by the Italian Space Agency (ASI) – was built by OHB Italia on a dedicated platform hosting the payload supplied by Leonardo Airborne and Space Systems. It is fitted with an innovative electro-optical instrument combining a hyperspectral sensor with a medium-resolution panchromatic camera.This type of combined instrument offers the advantages of conventional observation (based on the recognition of geometric characteristics of a scene) coupled with the ability to determine the chemical and physical characteristics of the objects present in the scene, using the hyperspectral sensor.The scientific community and other users will be able to employ these capabilities for a wide range of applications, including – but not limited to – environmental monitoring, resource management, identification and classification of crops, and the efforts to lim it pollution.[/li]A larger version of the above photo is available in the Gallery.
ЦитироватьOHB @OHB_SE 4 ч. назадIt's getting serious for OHB Italia's PRISMA satellite: the launch date is approaching by leaps and bounds! The satellite will be launched on March 15 from the Kourou spaceport. Stay tuned!https://www.ohb.de/en/news/2019/ohbs-first-hyperspectral-satellite-preparing-for-launch-into-space/ ...@OHB_SE @ASI_spazio @SatellitePrisma
ЦитироватьSOOO A0082/19 - TEMPORARY DANGEROUS AREA ACTIVATED DUE TO ROCKET LAUNCHINGVEGA ZA/VV14 LATERAL LIMITS AS FOLLOWS QUADRILATERAL:0907N05251W0907N05245W0815N05245W0815N05250W.AMSL - UNL, DAILY 0050-0221, 15 MAR 00:50 2019 UNTIL 25 MAR 02:21 2019.CREATED: 28 FEB 12:32 2019
ЦитироватьLe lancement est prévu le 14 mars à 22 h 50 min 35 s heure de Kourou
ЦитироватьDutchSpace @DutchSpace 5 ч. назадGetting closer to the launch of the next Vega #VV14 (and still no official images of the launch campaign, I got these via local ppl, so they are available, this needs addressing, see -> https://twitter.com/DutchSpace/status/1104287490515570688 ...
ЦитироватьVega | March 12, 2019Flight VV14: New launch date for PRISMADue to additional checks for Arianespace's VV14 mission – which initially was scheduled on March 14 from the Guiana Space Center (CSG) – the flight has been postponed by several days.The new targeted launch date for the PRISMA satellite is Thursday, March 21, 2019 at exactly:[/li]8:50:35 p.m., in Washington, D.C.10:50:35 p.m., local time in French Guiana01:50:35, Universal Time (UTC), on March 22, 20192:50:35 a.m., in Paris and Rome, on March 22, 201910:50:35 a.m., in Tokyo, on March 22, 2019.
ЦитироватьDutchSpace @DutchSpace 16 мин. назадWith the new launch date of Vega VV14 and PRISMA for next week, finally some more images are coming out... #VV14 #Vega #CSG #ESA14 мин. назадNice shot during fairing encapsulation #Vega #VV14 #CSG #ESA
ЦитироватьDutchSpace @DutchSpace 5 мин. назадFor those in the paper model business, found the fairing logo for Vega VV14
ЦитироватьVega Space Transportation System @vega_sts 22 мин. назадWith @vega_sts launch no. #VV14 scheduled for lift-off on March 21, below are some behind-the-scenes photos from Europe's Spaceport, showing the preparation of this #Vega launch with @SES_Satellites (More photos below)Спойлер[свернуть]23 мин. назадСпойлер[свернуть]
ЦитироватьVega | March 13, 2019Arianespace reaches key preparation milestones for the next two flights on its 2019 manifestThe Spaceport is busy with activity as preparations advance for the next Vega and Soyuz missions – which will mark Arianespace's third and fourth flights of 2019, respectively, as the company builds upon its two launch successes performed earlier this year.Encapsulated in its protective payload fairing, PRISMA is positioned atop Vega during activity at the Spaceport's SLV launch complex.First in line is the Vega launch, designated Flight VV14 in Arianespace's numbering system, which will deliver the PRISMA (PRecursore IperSpettrale della Missione Applicativa) Earth observation satellite to Sun-synchronous orbit on a mission targeted for March 21.The launcher has completed its build-up at the Spaceport, allowing final checkout to begin. This assembly process concluded with integration of Vega's "upper composite," consisting of PRISMA and its protective payload fairing. Installation took place at the Spaceport's SLV launch site, inside the facility's protective mobile gantry.PRISMA: An Earth observation mission for ItalyPRISMA – was built for the ASI Italian space agency by OHB ITALIA as prime contractor, with LEONARDO responsible for the payload. Once operational, it will provide major applications to protect both our planet and Italy's national environmental safety.Fitted with a state-of-the-art electro-optical instrument, made by a medium resolution photo camera sensitive to all the visible range (panchromatic) and by an innovative hyperspectral sensor, it will employ these capabilities for environmental monitoring, resources management, identification and classification of crops, fight against pollution, etc.PRISMA will be the third satellite launched at the service of ASI by Arianespace, whose backlog comprises two other spacecraft for the Italian space agency.The PRISMA satellite was designed and manufactured by a consortium of Italian companies led by OHB ITALIA which provided a dedicated platform hosting the payload supplied by LEONARDO.СпойлерExpanding the O3b satellite constellationAs key progress is made for Flight VV14, payload integration is underway for Arianespace's second Soyuz mission of 2019 – Flight VS22 – which will further expand the SES-owned O3b satellite constellation delivering low-latency, fiber-like connectivity to customers in more than 40 countries.The second of four O3b satellites to be orbited on Arianespace's upcoming Soyuz mission is integrated on the dispenser system during activity in the Spaceport's S5 payload preparation building.This integration involves a step-by-step installation of the spacecraft on a tube-shaped dispenser system, with the activity taking place inside the Spaceport's S5 payload preparation facility.The O3b fleet of medium-Earth orbit (MEO) satellites is a proven non-geostationary constellation that provides commercial broadband services today, delivering carrier-grade services. The first 16 spacecraft for O3b were successfully orbited by four Soyuz vehicles operating from French Guiana in 2013, 2014 and 2018. Each satellite – built by Thales Alenia Space – weighs about 700 kg. at launch and provides more than 10 Gbps of capacity.By increasing the size of the O3b constellation from 16 to 20 satellites, SES Networks will offer enhanced coverage while providing greater service availability and reliability – responding to increasing demand for bandwidth from governments, as well as the telecom, cloud, maritime and energy markets.Continuing the 2019 launch cadenceArianespace has a busy launch schedule in 2019, targeting up to 12 missions from the Spaceport using its heavyweight Ariane 5, medium-lift Soyuz and lightweight Vega.The company kicked off its launch calendar with the Ariane 5 flight that orbited Saudi Geostationary Satellite 1/Hellas Sat 4 and GSAT-31 on February 5; which was followed by the history-making first launch of OneWeb satellites, performed February 27 by Soyuz.[свернуть]