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Цитата: undefined... Then, a Falcon 9 from pad 39A will launch the eighteenth Starlink batch on January 27,around 8 or 8:30am EST.
ЦитатаThis mission launches the sixteenth batch of operational Starlink satellites, which are version 1.0, from LC-39A. It is the eighteenth Starlink launch overall. The satellites will be delivered to low Earth orbit and will spend a few weeks maneuvering to their operational altitude. The booster is expected to land on an ASDS.SpaceX's internal name for this mission is Starlink V1.0-L17, publicly they refer to it as the 18th Starlink Mission.
ЦитатаLift Off Time(Subject to change) January 27, 2021 - 13:00 UTC | 08:00 ESTMission Name Starlink V1.0 L17: the 18th Starlink missionLaunch Provider(What rocket company is launching it?) SpaceXCustomer(Who's paying for this?) SpaceXRocket Falcon 9 Block 5 B1049-8; 63 day turn aroundLaunch Location Launch Complex 39A (LC-39A), Kennedy Space Center, Florida, USAPayload mass 15,600 kg (~34,000 lbs) (60 x 260 kg, plus dispenser)Where are the satellites going? 550 km circular Low-Earth Orbit (LEO) (Initially 366 x 213 km)Will they be attempting to recover the first stage? YesWhere will the first stage land? 633 km downrange on Just Read the Instructions Tug: Hawk; Support: GO QuestWill they be attempting to recover the fairings? GO Ms. Tree and GO Ms. Chief are stationed ~700 km downrange for fairing recovery...
ЦитатаStarlink V1 L17Launch TimeNET Jan 29, 2021
ЦитатаEmre Kelly @EmreKellySpaceX now targeting no earlier than Saturday, Jan. 30, for 18th Starlink launch. Hazard area in effect from 0709 to 0827 ET with liftoff set for ~0725 ET. Should be a nice launch with sunrise just a few minutes before.