Sentinel-1B, MICROSCOPE, три кубсата – Союз-STА/Фрегат-М (VS14) – Куру ELS – 25.04.2016, 21:02:23 UTC

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Salo

Цитата00:28  Sentinel 1B separation

Sentinel 1B separation confirmed! The 4,770-pound spacecraft is flying on its own after deployment from the Soyuz rocket's Fregat upper stage.

00:24
A ground station in Saskatoon, Canada, is now in contact with the Fregat upper stage as it flies overhead in orbit.

00:23
T+plus 21 minutes. The Fregat upper stage has shut down after reaching orbit. Deployment of Sentinel 1B scheduled for T+plus 23 minutes, 35 seconds.

00:21
T+plus 19 minutes. The Fregat and Sentinel 1B are now flying 5,100 kilometers north of French Guiana as the upper stage nears the end of its first burn.

00:18
T+plus 16 minutes. Good performance reported from the Fregat main engine in this 10-minute burn.
"Были когда-то и мы рысаками!!!"

phobos24

Sentinel-1B
1 99999U 16099B   16116.89291238  .00000000  00000-0  00000+0 0    10
2 99999 098.1876 124.3240 0003915 075.1190 352.8399 14.58564746    13
Мы рысаки! (взято из подписи...)

Veganin

Осталось мелочь отделить и все. Ждем завтра с Восточного картинок с рокиткамов :)
"Мы не осмеливаемся на многие вещи, потому что они тяжелые, но тяжелые, потому что мы не осмеливаемся сделать их." Сенека
«Индия может осуществить подготовку и запуск миссии к Венере в очень короткий срок, поскольку у Индии есть для этого потенциал», — глава ISRO Шридхара Паникер Сомнатха.

Олег

ЦитатаVeganin пишет:
Осталось мелочь отделить и все.
Да вроде не совсем мелочь - 140 или 180 кг.

phobos24

ЦитатаОлег пишет:
ЦитатаVeganin пишет:
Осталось мелочь отделить и все.
Да вроде не совсем мелочь - 140 или 180 кг.
Микроскоп 296 кг, Крышка 150, говносат 4 кг
Мы рысаки! (взято из подписи...)

phobos24

Для космических мусорщиков
fys
1 99999U 16099D   16116.99333484  .00000000  00000-0  00000+0 0    11
2 99999 098.2172 124.4806 0174861 241.7379 358.0540 15.00383884    17

asaps
1 99999U 16099E   16116.99391354  .00000000  00000-0  00000+0 0    11
2 99999 098.2172 124.4813 0176582 241.9088 001.0134 14.99993231    10
Мы рысаки! (взято из подписи...)

phobos24

microscope
1 99999U 16099F   16117.04380773  .00000000  00000-0  00000+0 0    11
2 99999 098.2322 124.5139 0001978 109.5910 038.9466 14.53800667    15
Мы рысаки! (взято из подписи...)

ВВК



ZOOR

Ну, молодцы. И погоду переждали, и технику оперативно победили.

Поздравления всем сторонам.
Я зуб даю за то что в первом пуске Ангары с Восточного полетит ГВМ Пингвина. © Старый
Если болит сердце за народные деньги - можно пойти в депутаты. © Neru - Старому

Mikhail-G

Цитатаphobos24 пишет:
Для космических мусорщиков
fys
1 99999U 16099D   16116.99333484  .00000000  00000-0  00000+0 0    11
2 99999 098.2172 124.4806 0174861 241.7379 358.0540 15.00383884    17
 

asaps
1 99999U 16099E   16116.99391354  .00000000  00000-0  00000+0 0    11
2 99999 098.2172 124.4813 0176582 241.9088 001.0134 14.99993231    10
 

А почему кубсат только один?

Salo

http://www.arianespace.com/press-release/flight-vs14-a-successful-arianespace-launch-with-soyuz-supporting-sustainable-development-fundamental-physics-and-promoting-space-careers/
ЦитатаApr 25, 2016   
Flight VS14 – A successful Arianespace launch with Soyuz, supporting sustainable development, fundamental physics and promoting space careers
                                                                             
Arianespace successfully launched the Sentinel-1B satellite for the Copernicus program on behalf of the European Commission, under a contract with the European Space Agency (ESA). It also or-bited on this mission, the French CNES space agency's Microscope satellite, and three CubeSats for the ESA Education and Knowledge Management Office's Fly Your Satellite! program. The Soyuz launcher lifted off on April 25, 2016 at 6:02 pm (local time) from the Guiana Space Center (CSG) in French Guiana.
                            
Arianespace's third launch of the year was dedicated to European space initiatives for sustainable development, fundamental physics and promoting science and space careers among young Euro-peans. It clearly confirmed Arianespace's commitment to its primary mission, namely guaranteeing reliable and independent access to space for Europe.
 Boosting sustainable development
With the launch of Sentinel-1B, Arianespace continues to deploy the space segment of Copernicus, a program on behalf of the European Commission, under a contract with the European Space Agency (ESA), which is designed to provide extensive information on the Earth's land masses, oceans and atmosphere. This data plays a critical role in determining environmental and security policies, as well as addressing the needs of both consumers and service providers.
Sentinel-1B is a C-band radar observation satellite, using an SAR (synthetic aperture radar) type sensor. It is identical to the Senti-nel-1A satellite, successfully launched on April 3, 2014 from the Guiana Space Center, also by a Soyuz rocket.

* Sentinel-1B is the 51st satellite to be launched by Arianespace for ESA, and the third for the Copernicus program (after Sentinel-1A in April 2014 and Sentinel-2A in June 2015).
* 18 more ESA satellites are scheduled for launch by Arianespace, including Sentinel-3B on Vega.
* Earth observation missions account for 9% of the Arianespace missions carried out to date.
Sentinel-1B will round out the initial capacity offered by Sentinel-1A to provide a comprehensive solution for radar surveillance of the environment and for security issues. Together, the two satellites will provide coverage of the Earth in less than six days, day or night and under all weather conditions.
 Supporting science and education
The micro-satellite Microscope (Micro-Satellite à traînée Compensée pour l'Observation du Principe d'Equivalence) is designed to provide ex-perimental verification, to an accuracy of better than 10-15, of the equivalency principle for inertial and gravitational mass as stated by Albert Einstein. If it shows any violation of this basic principle, that would be an earth shattering development in fundamental physics.
Through another payload on this flight, Fly Your Satellite!, Arianespace is contributing to ESA's educational program (via its Education and Knowledge Management bureau).

* Microscope is the 15th satellite launched by Arianespace for French space agency CNES. * CNES is funding 90% of this mission, and acts as prime contractor.
* Arianespace's current launch manifest includes one more CNES satellite, Taranis.
* Science missions account for 9% of the Arianespace missions carried out to date.
Conducted in conjunction with European universities, the Fly Your Satellite! program enables students to add hands-on scientific ex-perience to their classwork. It is designed to foster their interest in these activities, stimulate them and help them prepare for a career in science and technology, especially in the space sector.
This Arianespace mission orbited three CubeSats built by students from Belgium, Italy and Denmark, to test new technologies. They are the 52nd, 53rd and 54th satellites launched by Arianespace for ESA.

3 CubeSats:
* OUTFI-1 from the University of Liège in Belgium is a demonstrator for the D-STAR communica-tions protocol.
* e-st@r-II from the Polytechnic institute in Turin, Italy, is a demonstrator for a 3-axis attitude control system, using the Earth's magnetic field,
* AAUSAT-4 from the University of Aalborg, Den-mark, is a demonstrator for the reception of sig-nals from an Automatic Identification System (AIS), designed to identify and locate ships sail-ing offshore in coastal regions.
Shortly after the announcement of the completion of this mission, Stéphane Israël, Chairman and CEO of Arianespace, said: "This evening's successful launch makes us very happy and very proud to contribute to European missions in support of sustainable development, fundamental physics and fostering European students' vocation for science and space. I would like to thank the European Commission, our leading government customer, for its ongoing confidence via the launch of satellites for Copernicus and Galileo, the European Space Agency, as our direct customer on the launch, for their constant support, and CNES, for enabling us to participate in the amazing experiments being carried out by Microscope. I would also like to thank the Russian space agency Roscosmos for their commitment to our partnership based on the Soyuz launcher, which more than ever reaffirms its dual vocation for commercial and government missions. And bravo to the Arianespace team for this third successful launch of 2016."

Sentinel-1B is based on the Prima (Piattaforma Italiana Multi-Applicativa) platform developed by Thales Alenia Space Italy pour for the Italian Space Agency ASI. It is fitted with a C-Band synthetic aperture radar (SAR) built by Airbus De-fence and Space. Sentinel-1B weighed 2,164 kg. at liftoff and offers a design life of about seven years. It will provide 5,984 watts of electrical power at end-of-life, and will be positioned in Sun-synchronous orbit at an inclination of 98.2° and at an altitude of approximately 686 km.

Microscope (MICROSatellite à trainée Compensée pour l'Observation du Principe d'Equivalence) was built by CNES with help from ESA and other partners (CNRS-DLR-ONERA-INSU-OCA-ZARM). It weighed 303 kg. at liftoff, and will offer a minimum service life of two years, with a possible one-year extension. At end-of-life, it will provide 192 W of electrical power. It will also be positioned in Sun-synchronous orbit, with an inclination of 98.2° and at an altitude of about 711 km.

Fly Your Satellite ! Each of the three participating universities built one CubeSat in this program: AAUSAT-4, built by the University of Aalborg in Denmark; e-st@r-II, built by Politecnico di Torino (Italy); and OUTFI-1 built by the University of Liège in Belgium. The complete payload weighed 6 kg. at launch (3 kg. for the three CubeSats + 3 kg.for the P-POD payload adapter). Each CubeSat will offer a service life of about one year. All three will be positioned in low Earth orbit (LEO), at an inclination of 98.2°, with a perigee and apogee of 453 km and 665 km, respectively.
About Arianespace
Arianespace uses space to make life better on Earth by providing launch services for all types of satellites into all orbits. It has orbited more than 500 satellites since 1980, using its family of three launchers, Ariane, Soyuz and Vega, from launch sites in French Guiana (South America) and Baikonur, Kazakhstan. Arianespace is headquartered in Evry, near Paris, and has a technical facility at the Gui-ana Space Center, Europe's Spaceport in French Guiana, plus local offices in Washington, D.C., Tokyo and Singapore.
"Были когда-то и мы рысаками!!!"

Salo

http://www.arianespace.com/mission-update/soyuz-demonstrates-its-arianespace-mission-flexibility-by-delivering-five-satellites-into-multiple-low-earth-orbits-2/
ЦитатаApr 25, 2016
Soyuz demonstrates its Arianespace mission flexibility by delivering five satellites into multiple low Earth orbits                                                           
Arianespace's third flight of 2016 has demonstrated the versatility of its medium-lift Soyuz launcher, which deployed five European satellites of varying sizes into three different low Earth orbits during a mission lasting four hours.
                            
Departing the Spaceport in French Guiana at the precise launch time of 06:02:13 p.m. on April 25, Soyuz first released Sentinel-1B – a spacecraft for radar surveillance of the environment and for security issues – at 23 minutes into the mission. Three miniaturized CubeSats were then deployed at 2 hours, 48 minutes after liftoff, followed by the separation of the Microscope scientific satellite at 4 hours into the flight.

 
The pace continues for 12 Arianespace launches in 2016
Noting that Arianespace remains on track for its goal of conducting up to 12 missions this year with its complete launcher family, Arianespace Chairman & CEO Stéphane Israël thanked the various players in tonight's success in his post-launch comments. They included the Russian space sector (supplying the Soyuz launcher and its re-ignitable Fregat upper stage, which performed multiple burns during tonight's mission), the French CNES space agency and European Space Agency for their support at the Spaceport launch base, and Arianespace's own teams.
 

Flight VS14 was the 14th mission from the Spaceport in French Guiana for Arianespace's medium-lift launcher.
 
The workhorse Soyuz once again demonstrated its mission adaptability with this latest launch, designated Flight VS14 in Arianespace's numbering system. It was the Russian-built vehicle's 14th liftoff from the Spaceport in French Guiana, and the 40th Soyuz mission overall for Arianespace (which includes 26 launched from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, performed by the company's Starsem affiliate).
With the five-satellite payload deployed during Flight VS14, Soyuz has lofted 38 payloads from the Spaceport on missions to: low Earth orbit; medium Earth orbit; Sun synchronous Earth orbit; and an escape trajectory to the second Lagrange point (L2), located approximately 1.5 million kilometers from Earth.
Overall, the vehicles in Arianespace's three-member launcher family have performed 275 launches, utilizing the medium-lift Soyuz, heavy-lift Ariane 5 and lightweight Vega.

 
Arianespace's goal: "To put space at the service of a better life on Earth"
Sentinel-1B was the largest satellite deployed during Flight VS14, with a mass at liftoff calculated at 2,164 kg. Developed by the European Space Agency (ESA) on behalf of the European Commission for the Copernicus Earth observation program, Sentinel-1B is the second spacecraft in the Sentinel-1 family of synthetic aperture radar (SAR) observation satellites – and follows Sentinel-1A, orbited by Arianespace on another Soyuz from French Guiana in April 2014. Sentinel-1B was built by Thales Alenia Space based on the PRIMA multi-role platform developed for the ASI Italian space agency.
"Sentinel-1B is the third satellite launched by Arianespace to deploy the Copernicus space segment," Arianespace's Israël said. "Through Copernicus, Europe is developing its own global monitoring system to better address our environment and security issues, an objective which is fully in line with our ambition to put space at the service of a better life on Earth."
Israël added that he looked forward to the further broadening of Europe's space ambitions, which, in addition to Copernicus and the Galileo navigation satellite constellation (also being orbited by Arianespace launchers), will open new chapters for secured defense communications, global connectivity and environmental monitoring. "In so doing, we see the European Commission as a key anchor customer for future launch services with the Ariane 6 and Vega C [follow-on launch vehicles]," he stated.

 
CubeSats to prepare students for science and technology careers
During the second phase of tonight's Flight VS14, Soyuz released three CubeSats for the European Space Agency's "Fly Your Satellite!" program, an educational outreach with European universities that provides students hands-on experience to foster their interest in careers of science and technology, especially in the space sector.

This image depicts Sentinel-1B as it was released during Flight VS14's multi-payload deployment sequence. At left is Soyuz' Fregat upper stage, on which the ASAP-S platform was installed with its three CubeSats. At ASAP-S's center is the extender/adapter that housed the Microscope satellite.
 
The CubeSats had a mass at liftoff of 1 kg. each, and were deployed by a small dispenser system called P-POD, which weighed 3 kg and was installed on the ASAP-S platform that accommodates auxiliary payloads for Soyuz missions. They were the 52nd, 53rd and 54th satellites launched to date by Arianespace for the European Space Agency.
These miniaturized spacecraft are: OUTFI-1, a demonstrator for the D-STAR communications protocol, from the University of Liège in Belgium; the Polytechnic Institute of Turin, Italy's e-st@r-II, serving as a demonstrator for a 3-axis attitude control system using the Earth's magnetic field; and AAUSAT-4 from the University of Aalborg, Denmark, to demonstrate the reception of signals from an Automatic Identification System (AIS), identifying and locating ships sailing offshore in coastal regions.

 
Validating a scientific principle from Albert Einstein
Completing Flight VS14 was the deployment of Microscope, the French CNES space agency's satellite developed to verify the equivalency principle for inertial and gravitational mass as stated by Albert Einstein.
Microscope (the French acronym for: Micro-Satellite à traînée Compensée pour l'Observation du Principe d'Equivalence) had a liftoff mass of just over 300 kg., and was based on CNES' Myriade small satellite bus – with cold-gas microthrusters provided by the European Space Agency and a development cooperation with numerous European entities involved.
The satellite carries two concentric cylindrical test masses made of different materials – one titanium and one a platinum-rhodium alloy. Their movement will be minutely controlled inside independent differential electrostatic accelerometers to keep them motionless with respect to the satellite. If the equivalence principle is verified, these two masses will be subjected to the same control acceleration; if different accelerations have to be applied, the principle will be violated – an event that would shake the foundations of physics.
Microscope was the 15th satellite launched by Arianespace for the CNES space agency. For its ride into orbit, it was positioned at the center of Soyuz' ASAP-S platform – housed inside an extender/adapter.
          
European Commission website – Copernicus: ec.europa.eu/growth/sectors/space/copernicus/index_en.htm
European Space Agency website – Copernicus: www.esa.int/Our_Activities/Observing_the_Earth/Copernicus
European Space Agency website, Fly Your Satellite!/CubeSats: www.esa.int/Education/CubeSats_-_Fly_Your_Satellite
CNES website – Microscope: https://microscope.cnes.fr/en/MICROSCOPE/index.htm
Thales Alenia Space website: https://www.thalesgroup.com/en/worldwide/space/space
"Были когда-то и мы рысаками!!!"



napalm

ЦитатаВВК пишет:
Это не про наш случай?

 http://tvzvezda.ru/news/vstrane_i_mire/content/201604251116-ja83.htm
Это другой самолет :) К тому же, было это 25 числа.

napalm

ЦитатаMikhail-G пишет:
Цитатаphobos24 пишет:
Для космических мусорщиков
 fys
1 99999U 16099D   16116.99333484  .00000000  00000-0  00000+0 0    11
2 99999 098.2172 124.4806 0174861 241.7379 358.0540 15.00383884    17
 

 asaps
1 99999U 16099E   16116.99391354  .00000000  00000-0  00000+0 0    11
2 99999 098.2172 124.4813 0176582 241.9088 001.0134 14.99993231    10
 

А почему кубсат только один?
Ранее в теме 
ЦитатаSOE пишет:
ЦитатаSalo пишет:
Nordsat похоже не летит.
Без "похоже". ГВМ вместо него уже.

PIN

Судя по https://twitter.com/esaoperations, первый сеанс (Шпицберген и Аляска) был нормальным (SHM в первом сеансе это уже хороший признак). А потом тишина...надеюсь, все по плану, рутинно.

Mikhail-G

Цитатаnapalm пишет:
Ранее в теме
ЦитатаSOE пишет:
ЦитатаSalo пишет:
Nordsat похоже не летит.
Без "похоже". ГВМ вместо него уже.
А причем здесь Norsat? Там помимо него были три кубсата - OUFTI-1, e-sta@r-II, AAUSAT4.