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Цитировать Rocket Lab @RocketLab 2 ч. назадIt's the mission you've all been waiting for - Electron's 10th flight! The launch window opens for 'Running Out Of Fingers' on 25 November NZDT, with payloads on board from @AlbaOrbital and @SpaceflightInc.Learn more about the mission: https://bit.ly/2JR6S0g
Цитировать Rocket Lab @RocketLab 2 ч. назадWe're not recovering stage 1 on this mission, but the booster has guidance and navigation hardware including S-band telemetry and onboard flight computer systems to gather data to inform future efforts. The stage also has a reaction control system to orient itself during re-entry
ЦитироватьNEXT MISSION: RUNNING OUT OF FINGERS [TH]Mission Name:[/TH] [TD] [/TD][TD]Running Out Of Fingers[/TD][TD] [/TD][TD] [/TD] [TH]Launch Window:[/TH] [TD] [/TD][TD]The 14-day launch windowopens 25 Nov NZDT[/TD][/TR][TR][TH]Rocket:[/TH] [TD] [/TD][TD]Electron[/TD][TD] [/TD][TD] [/TD] [TH]Launch Time:[/TH] [TD] [/TD][TD]TBC[/TD][/TR][TR][TH]Electron Name:[/TH] [TD] [/TD][TD]Running Out Of Fingers[/TD][TD] [/TD][TD] [/TD] [TH]Launch Site:[/TH] [TD] [/TD][TD]Launch Complex 1[/TD][/TR][/TABLE] MISSION OVERVIEWThe launch window for Rocket Lab's tenth mission, 'Running Out Of Fingers,' is scheduled to open on 25 November 2019 NZDT from Rocket Lab's Launch Complex 1 on New Zealand's Māhia Peninsula.Onboard this rideshare mission are six spacecraft comprised of 5cm PocketQube microsatellites from satellite manufacturer and mission management provider Alba Orbital. The eighth and final payload on board was procured by satellite rideshare and mission management provider Spaceflight for ALE Co., Ltd (ALE), a Tokyo-based company creating microsatellites that simulate meteor particles. 'Running Out Of Fingers' will also include the first guided, full telemetry re-entry of the Electron launch vehicle's first stage as part of Rocket Lab's plans to re-use and re-fly rocket boosters in future missions. Recovery instrumentation onboard this flight will include guidance and navigation hardware, including S-band telemetry and onboard flight computer systems, to live-gather data during the first stage's atmospheric re-entry, as well as a reaction control system to orient the booster.
ЦитироватьNext Generation Electron Booster on the Pad for Rocket Lab's 10th Mission Next Generation Electron Booster on the Pad for Rocket Lab's 10th Mission The mission will carry several commercial small sats to orbit before Electron's upgraded first stage undertakes a guided re-entry in a significant step towards reusable Rocket Lab vehicles.Huntington Beach, California. 5 November 2019 – Rocket Lab, the global leader in dedicated small satellite launch, announced today that its next mission will launch multiple microsatellites in a rideshare mission representing five different countries. The launch window for Rocket Lab's tenth flight, named 'Running Out Of Fingers,' will open 25th November NZDT and take place from Rocket Lab Launch Complex 1 on New Zealand's Māhia Peninsula.Onboard this rideshare mission are six spacecraft comprised of 5cm PocketQube microsatellites from satellite manufacturer and mission management provider Alba Orbital. The final payload on board was procured by satellite rideshare and mission management provider Spaceflight for ALE Co., Ltd (ALE), a Tokyo-based company creating microsatellites that simulate meteor particles. Electron's first stage will not be recovered from this mission, however the stage includes new hardware and sensors to inform future recovery efforts. As part of a first stage block upgrade, Electron's booster will include guidance and navigation hardware, including S-band telemetry and onboard flight computer systems, to gather data during the first stage's atmospheric re-entry. The stage is also equipped with a reaction control system to orient the booster during its re-entry descent.Rocket Lab's Founder and CEO, Peter Beck, says increasing launch frequency for small satellite operators is the key driver behind Rocket Lab's reusability program."Reaching our tenth flight within only two years of commercial operations is an incredible achievement. Thanks to the continued dedication and passion of the teams at Rocket Lab, responsive and frequent access to space is the new normal for small satellites. As we move beyond once-a-month missions towards our goal of weekly launches, recovering and reusing Electron could play a significant role in increasing launch frequency."For real-time updates on Rocket Lab activities and for upcoming mission announcements, follow Rocket Lab on Twitter @RocketLab.Payloads onboard 'Running Out Of Fingers':ATL-1: A payload from Advanced Technology of Laser (ATL) from Hungary designed to test a new thermal isolation material in space, conduct a thermal insulator material experiment, and DVB-T band spectrum monitoring.Fossasat-1: FossaSat 1 is a picosatellite developed by Spanish non-profit organization Fossa Systems. The spacecraft, which fits in the palm of a hand, is a communications satellite that uses low power RF to provide IOT connectivity.NOOR 1A & NOOR 1B: These satellites from Stara Space will demonstrate LEO-to-LEO intersatellite link technology communicating with ground stations on Earth; crucial technologies required to create a real-time global communications constellation in space.SMOG-P: A novel spectrum monitoring payload built by students at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics in Hungary. Smog-P features a spectrum analyzer to measure man-made electromagnetic pollution from space.TRSI Sat: ACME AtronOmatic is a US-Germany based software application development company that provides flight tracking services to the aviation community and to mobile applications such as MyRadar, a weather radar application for mobile devices.ALE-2: Tokyo-based ALE Co., Ltd 's ALE-2 satellite aims to create man-made shooting stars by simulating re-entering meteor particles. The satellite includes multiple redundant attitude sensors and controllers, as well as a propulsion system for maneuvers.
ЦитироватьSPACEFLIGHT'S THIRD RIDESHARE MISSION WITH ROCKET LAB TO LAUNCH ALE'S SPACE-RELATED ENTERTAINMENT SATELLITEBy Jodi SorensenNOVEMBER 5, 2019Man-made shooting stars to provide both entertainment and scientific understandingSeattle – Nov. 5, 2019 — Spaceflight, the leading satellite rideshare and mission management provider, today announced it has arranged for Tokyo-based ALE to launch its entertainment and science satellite on Rocket Lab's next Electron launch. The mission, called "Running Out of Fingers" by Rocket Lab to signify its tenth mission, represents Spaceflight's third launch with Rocket Lab this year. It follows the launch of seven spacecraft on its inaugural "Make it Rain" mission in June and three on the "Look Ma No Hands" mission in August.Like the previous missions, Spaceflight managed the launch capacity procurement, integration, and mission management services for the rideshare spacecraft. The Electron, carrying the ALE satellite, will lift-off from Rocket Lab's Launch Complex 1 at the southern tip of Mahia Peninsula, on the east coast of New Zealand's North Island. The launch window opens on 25th November NZDT."Our experience offering end-to-end launch services across multiple launch vehicles continues to be highly valued by organizations — regardless if they're a newer customer like ALE, or an experienced constellation developer," said Curt Blake, CEO and president of Spaceflight. "Our expertise and long-standing relationships provide reliability, flexibility, and the confidence that we'll get customers to space as efficiently as possible. We're really looking forward to taking ALE on our third Electron launch this year."ALE's Sky Canvas, the world's first man-made shooting star project, will deploy to a 400km circular Sun Synchronous orbit, which is beneath the International Space Station. The company's satellite will create man-made shooting stars by safely releasing particles, precisely controlling the reentry location, date, and timing. When the particles re-enter the Earth's atmosphere, they fully burn up, creating the appearance of shooting stars on the ground.In addition to the entertainment factor, the Sky Canvas project will also study the path and mechanics of shooting star particles during re-entry from the upper atmosphere. The data collected in the mesosphere will be helpful in the aerospace industry to help predict the path of satellites and artificial objects as well as contributing to scientific understanding in several technology fields including meteorology and the study of climate change."This launch gets us much closer to realizing the world's first man-made shooting star," said Lena Okajima, CEO of ALE. "We really appreciate Spaceflight`s support and attention to our mission and we're honored to take this big step with them."Following this launch, Spaceflight will have launched 11 spacecraft on the Electron and has plans to continue partnering with the launch vehicle provider in 2020. Spaceflight has completed five missions already this year, with another five planned in 2019. Other noteworthy missions from the last year include Spaceflight's GTO-1, which deployed the first commercial lunar lander aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9, and SSO-A, the company's historic dedicated rideshare mission, successfully launched 64 unique smallsats, making it the single largest deployment of satellites from a U.S.-based launch vehicle....###
ЦитироватьNEXT UP: ALE'S SKY CANVAS MISSIONBy Jodi SorensenNOVEMBER 6, 2019Our next Rocket Lab mission (our third with them this year) is a very exciting one. We're launching ALE's Sky Canvas, the world's first man-made shooting star project that also has a scientific research component. It's with these first-of-their-kind missions that we bring all our experience to bear for our customers. This type of mission was years in the making and demonstrates the unique benefits of rideshare.The Tokyo-based ALE spacecraft, named ALE-2, will create man-made shooting stars by safely releasing particles that will re-enter the Earth's atmosphere, burning up and creating the appearance of shooting stars. The mission will also study the path and mechanics of shooting star particles during re-entry fr om the upper atmosphere. The data collected will help predict the path of satellites and artificial objects as well as contributing to scientific understanding in several technology fields including meteorology and the study of climate change.This mission took years of analysis and rigorous review. Josh Rodenbaugh, ALE's launch campaign manager, worked closely with the Spaceflight team as a mission of this type had never been done before. ALE had already worked through the Japanese Space Agency who had conducted a rigorous review for the launch of ALE-1 earlier this year. ALE also met with other countries' space agencies and even astronomers to work through any concerns around this unique mission. Spaceflight helped the company get the necessary permits through the New Zealand Space Agency, and worked with Rocket Lab to ensure a smooth integration process (which will begin in the next week or so). We are always happy to advocate for our customers and support new uses for satellites – opening up access to space for new business models is part of our corporate mission.Spaceflight began working with ALE more than three years ago. They were originally slated to launch on an earlier mission ... and then were rescheduled on a later mission. When they had readied their spacecraft, we were able to re-manifest them on an earlier launch opportunity with Rocket Lab. This mission, slated for late November, is named "RL-2" by Spaceflight and "Running Out of Fingers" by Rocket Lab as a nod to their tenth flight.Tony Frego, the Spaceflight Mission Director who has been working with ALE since the beginning, commented, "For me, this is a hugely significant mission. I'm always looking forward to seeing our customers be successful, but ALE is one of those unique spacecraft, wh ere I'll actually get to see the success — the meteors — with my own eyes."
Цитировать Spaceflight @SpaceflightInc 7 нояб.We can't wait for this mission! #RunningOutofFingers @RocketLab @ALE_StarAle
Цитировать Alba Orbital @AlbaOrbital 29 окт.Unicorn-2b and 2c (NOOR 1A and1B) have now both passed vibration qualification ready for their upcoming flight as part of Alba Cluster 2 in Albapod. Congrats to our customer Stara Space! Stara Space @StaraSpace 7 нояб.https://www.rocketlabusa.com/news/updates/next-generation-electron-booster-on-the-pad-for-rocket-labs-10th-mission/ ... NOOR-1A and NOOR-1B are set to launch in a few weeks! It's been great to collaborate with @AlbaOrbital and @RocketLab
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ЦитироватьLaunch Window: 25 November - 11 December NZDTLaunch Time: 07:56 - 09:22 UTC (20:57 - 22:22 NZDT)
ЦитироватьRocket Lab @RocketLab 3 ч. назадThe countdown is on for our 10th Electron launch! We're targeting no earlier than 07:56 UTC on 28 November for the launch of 'Running Out Of Fingers'. We're excited to be launching for our friends at @AlbaOrbital and @SpaceflightInc. More here: https://bit.ly/2QCggJv 3 ч. назадTime zones for the target lift-off of Rocket Lab's 10th mission, 'Running Out Of Fingers.'UTC: 07:56, Nov 28.NZDT: 20:56, Nov 28.PST: 23:56, Nov 28.EST: 02:56, Nov 29.
ЦитироватьNZ Coastal Navigation warnings183/19FM: RCC NEW ZEALAND 230550 UTC NOV 19COASTAL NAVIGATION WARNING 183/19AREA PORTLAND, MAHIA PENINSULA AND SOUTH ISLAND, EASTWARDS1. ROCKET LAUNCHING SCHEDULED FROM 28 NOV UNTIL 11 DEC DAILY BETWEEN 0556 AND 0952 UTC IN AREAS BOUNDED BY:2. LAUNCH HAZARD AREA PORTLAND, MAHIA PENINSULA:A. 39-14.0S 177-50.8EB. 39-14.0S 177-54.0EC. 39-16.0S 177-58.0ED. 39-30.0S 177-56.0EE. 39-29.0S 177-46.0EF. 39-15.0S 177-50.0E3. SPACE DEBRIS HAZARD AREA SOUTH ISLAND, EASTWARDS:A. 43-00S 176-00EB. 43-00S 178-00EC. 48-00S 177-00ED. 48-00S 174-00E4. RANGE CONTROL FOR THIS AREA WILL OPERATE DURING LAUNCH OPERATIONS. RANGE INFORMATION WILL BE BROADCAST ON VHF CHANNEL 79. RANGE CONTROL CAN BE CONTACTED ON VHF CHANNEL 07. TEMPORARY VIRTUAL AUTOMATIC IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM (AIS) AIDS TO NAVIGATION (ATONS) SHALL BE USED TO CLEARLY IDENTIFY THE PERIMETER OF THE LAUNCH HAZARD AREA DURING ACTIVE PERIODS.NAVAREA XIV warnings145/19FM: NAVAREA XIV COORDINATOR 230550 UTC NOV 19NAVAREA XIV WARNING 145/19SOUTHERN OCEAN1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS, SPACE DEBRIS SCHEDULED FROM 28 NOV UNTIL 11 DEC DAILY BETWEEN 0556 AND 0952 UTC IN AREA BOUNDED BY:A. 53-00S 172-30EB. 53-00S 174-30EC. 60-00S 171-30ED. 60-00S 168-45E
ЦитироватьHYDROPAC 3845/19 (76).WESTERN SOUTH PACIFIC.NEW ZEALAND.DNC 06.1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS 0556Z TO 0952Z DAILY 28 NOV THRU 11 DEC IN AREA BOUND BY A. ROCKET LAUNCHING 39-14.0S 177-50.8E, 39-14.0S 177-54.0E, 39-16.0S 177-58.0E, 39-30.0S 177-56.0E, 39-29.0S 177-46.0E, 39-15.0S 177-50.0E. B. SPACE DEBRIS 43-00S 176-00E, 43-00S 178-00E, 48-00S 177-00E, 48-00S 174-00E.2. CANCEL THIS MSG 111052Z DEC 19.//HYDROPAC 3844/19 (29,76).WESTERN SOUTH PACIFIC.DNC 06, DNC 291. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS, SPACE DEBRIS 0556Z TO 0952Z DAILY 28 NOV THRU 11 DEC IN AREA BOUND BY 53-00S 172-30E, 53-00S 174-30E, 60-00S 171-30E, 60-00S 168-45E.2. CANCEL THIS MSG 111052Z DEC 19.//
ЦитироватьRocket Lab @RocketLab 2 ч. назадTime zones for the target lift-off of Rocket Lab's 10th mission, 'Running Out Of Fingers.'UTC: 07:56, Nov 28.NZDT: 20:56, Nov 28.PST: 23:56, Nov 27.EST: 02:56, Nov 28.
Цитировать Peter Beck @Peter_J_Beck 12 ч. назадFlight 10 wet dress completed. All new recovery systems checked out and are go!
Цитировать Rocket Lab @RocketLab 15 мин. назадLaunch update: We've allocated an additional day for the close out of final payload readiness items. Rocket Lab is now targeting no earlier than Friday 29 November, 07:56 UTC for the launch of #RunningOutOfFingers Rocket Lab @RocketLab 10 мин. назадTarget lift-off for #RunningOutOfFingers is no earlier than:UTC: 07:56 (29 Nov)NZDT: 20:56 (29 Nov)PST: 23:56 (28 Nov)EST: 02:56 (29 Nov)
Цитировать Rocket Lab @RocketLab 33 мин. назадThis small spacecraft from @AlbaOrbital contains 6 satellites from 5 countries carrying out a range of tech demos, including LEO-to-LEO intersatellite communication and a student-built spacecraft measuring electromagnetic pollution. #RunningoutOfFingers