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ЦитатаRocket Lab @RocketLabWe are standing down from today's mission to review sensor data. Fortunately we have a 10-day window for this mission, so we have plenty of backup opportunities in the days to come. Stay tuned for a new target launch date soon.
ЦитатаLaunch Window: No Earlier Than 18 Jan NZT/UTCLaunch Time:Launch Window: 20:30 - 20:50 NZT / 07:30 - 20:50 UTC
ЦитатаLaunch Window:No Earlier Than 20 Jan NZT/UTCLaunch Time:Launch Window: 19:45 - 21:15 NZT / 06:45 - 08:15 UTC
Цитата: undefinedRocket Lab @RocketLabWe have lift-off! #AnotherOneLeavesTheCrust9:27 AM · 20 янв. 2021 г.·Twitter Web App
ЦитатаRocket Lab @RocketLabIntroducing our next mission, featuring:✅Commercial satellites across 4 constellations✅Govt R&D satellites✅A Photon risk reduction demo to prepare for our upcoming Moon mission#TheyGoUpSoFastLaunching in March. Learn more: https://bit.ly/2N8APO0
Цитата: zandr от 27.02.2021 17:29:17https://www.ga.com/general-atomics-partners-with-rocket-lab-to-launch-argos-4-advanced-data-collection-systemЦитата: undefinedSAN DIEGO, 24 FEB 2021 - General Atomics Electromagnetic Systems (GA-EMS) announced today that it has signed a contract with Rocket Lab to launch the GA-EMS developed Orbital Test Bed (OTB) satellite carrying the Argos-4 Advanced Data Collection System (A-DCS) hosted payload. The contract was awarded to GA-EMS by the United States Space Force's (USSF) Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC) under a USSF Hosted Payload Solutions (HoPS) delivery order, on behalf of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). The anticipated launch will occur between late 2021 and early 2022 using Rocket Lab's Electron launch vehicle...
Цитата: undefinedSAN DIEGO, 24 FEB 2021 - General Atomics Electromagnetic Systems (GA-EMS) announced today that it has signed a contract with Rocket Lab to launch the GA-EMS developed Orbital Test Bed (OTB) satellite carrying the Argos-4 Advanced Data Collection System (A-DCS) hosted payload. The contract was awarded to GA-EMS by the United States Space Force's (USSF) Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC) under a USSF Hosted Payload Solutions (HoPS) delivery order, on behalf of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). The anticipated launch will occur between late 2021 and early 2022 using Rocket Lab's Electron launch vehicle...
ЦитатаNeutron features a reusable first stage designed to land on an ocean platform, enabling a high launch cadence and decreased launch costs for customers.Launching from 2024
ЦитатаRocket Lab @RocketLabThis Electron will deploy our 100th customer satellite to orbit later this month. It's a privilege to open access to space for small satellites.
Цитата: Salo от 07.01.2021 05:08:03 February Mid- Late March - Electron/Photon Pathstone - LC-1 (NZ) - 19th mission "They Go Up So Fast": BlackSky Global-9, Centauri 3, Gunsmoke-J 1 (Jacob's Ladder 1), M2, Myriota 7, Veery Hatchling
ЦитатаSatellite ID# Veery-RL1Flight version v0.1Launch date March 23, 2021Iterations 22
ЦитатаMission Name They Go Up So FastRocket ElectronLaunch Window No Earlier than 23 March NZT / 22 March UTCLaunch Time No earlier than 11:20 am NZT / 22:20 UTCLaunch Site Launch Complex 1 MISSION OVERVIEWRocket Lab's 19th Electron mission will deploy a range of satellites for commercial and government satellite operators, as well as place a next-generation Rocket Lab Photon spacecraft in orbit to build spacecraft heritage ahead of Rocket Lab's mission to the Moon for NASA later this year. Seven satellites feature on the mission manifest, including:- An Earth-observation satellite for BlackSky via launch services provider Spaceflight Inc.;- Two Internet-Of-Things (IoT) nanosatellites for companies Fleet Space and Myriota, procured by Tyvak;- A technology demonstration satellite for the University of New South Wales (UNSW) Canberra Space;- a weather satellite pathfinder technology demonstration from Care Weather technologies;- A technology demonstrator for the U.S. Army's Space and Missile Defense Command (SMDC) through launch integration and program management services provider, TriSept.The final payload on this mission is Rocket Lab's in-house designed and built Photon Pathstone. The spacecraft will operate on orbit as a risk reduction demonstration to build spacecraft heritage ahead of Rocket Lab's mission to the Moon for NASA later this year, as well as Rocket Lab's private mission to Venus in 2023. Photon Pathstone will demonstrate power management, thermal control, and attitude control subsystems, as well as newly-integrated technologies including deep-space radio capability, an upgraded RCS (reaction control system) for precision pointing in space, and sun sensors and star trackers. Pathstone is the second Photon spacecraft to be deployed to orbit, following the launch of Photon First Light in August 2020./quote]
ЦитатаLong Beach, California. 25 March 2021 - Rocket Lab, a global leader in launch and space systems, has today announced it will launch multiple missions to low Earth orbit for BlackSky, a leading provider of real-time geospatial intelligence and global monitoring services. The multi-launch agreement with launch services provider Spaceflight Inc., who will manage the integration and launch services for BlackSky, includes the launch of nine BlackSky satellites across five Electron missions this year. The deal represents the largest number of satellites BlackSky has committed to a single launch provider to date and includes the successful launch of BlackSky's latest spacecraft on Rocket Lab's "They Go Up So Fast" rideshare mission earlier this week. Eight of BlackSky's 130 kg class satellites will be launched across four dedicated missions on Rocket Lab's Electron launch vehicle throughout 2021 in a demonstration of rapidly-acquired launch services. This responsive launch capability supports the aggressive scaling of BlackSky's satellite constellation to meet the demand for real-time global monitoring and analysis services for public and private organizations. These satellites will join three existing BlackSky satellites launched by Rocket Lab's Electron launch vehicle across 2019 and on the most recent mission this week. The agreement also includes options for an additional two dedicated missions on Electron in Q4 2021. Скрытый текст: Rocket Lab Founder and CEO, Peter Beck, says Electron's dedicated launch service provides the reliability and speed to space that is critical for companies like BlackSky building out their satellite constellations and growing their businesses. "We're thrilled to be providing dedicated and reliable access to orbit for Spaceflight and its customer BlackSky. Electron puts our customers in control of their launch schedule and orbital deployment parameters, giving them more certainty in crucial business growth phases," said Mr. Beck. "By securing streamlined space access on Electron, BlackSky can focus on what matters most to their mission - providing real-time, actionable data to decision makers on the ground when they need it most." Brian E. O'Toole, CEO of BlackSky, said: "Rocket Lab simplifies the path to orbit. Dedicated launch on Electron is the key enabler for us to rapidly develop our constellation on our own terms which is hugely important in unlocking more analytic and data-driven opportunities for our customers." The BlackSky satellites join a busy launch manifest for Rocket Lab in 2021 which includes a scheduled dedicated mission for the U.S. Space Force, a mission to the Moon for NASA, and launches for a range of commercial customers. Rocket Lab's Electron launch vehicle is the second most frequently launched U.S. rocket annually since 2019, having deployed more than 100 satellites to space for commercial and government customers across 17 orbital missions. Electron has become a workhorse launch vehicle for the small satellite industry and provides uniquely targeted access to orbit for constellation satellites. The launch agreement follows on from a March 1 announcement that Rocket Lab USA, Inc. ("Rocket Lab") and Vector Acquisition Corporation (Nasdaq: VACQ) ("Vector"), a special purpose acquisition company backed by leading technology investor Vector Capital, have entered into a definitive merger agreement that will result in Rocket Lab becoming a publicly traded company. The transaction is estimated to be completed in Q2 2021 and, at that time, Vector will change its name to Rocket Lab USA, Inc. and the combined company is expected to trade under the Nasdaq ticker symbol RKLB.
ЦитатаScheduled for launch in May 2021 from Launch Complex 1 in New Zealand, the 'Running Out of Toes', mission will be Rocket Lab's 20th Electron launch overall and the second of three planned ocean splashdown recovery missions. The mission will see Electron deploy two Earth-observation satellites for BlackSky's global monitoring constellation. While Electron's second stage delivers the satellites to orbit, Electron's first stage will undertake a series of complex maneuvers designed to enable the stage to survive the extreme heat and forces of atmospheric re-entry on the way back to Earth.
Цитата: undefinedThe project, based in Finland, is called the WISA WOODSAT, and it has taken a bit of an indirect route to orbit. The design is based on a CubeSat format called Kitsat, which is intended for student projects. If the goal is simply to expose students to what it takes to make a compact satellite (the design is a 10 cm/side cube), the satellite can be built using cheap, easy-to-obtain hardware. But it can also be made using space-rated materials and sent to orbit....Plans are to place the satellite in a polar orbit using a Rocketlab launch vehicle. The hope is to send it to space before the year is over.
ЦитатаNext Mission: Running Out Of Toes Mission Name Running Out Of Toes Rocket Electron Electron Name Running Out Of Toes Launch Window Mid-May 2021 Launch Time TBC Launch Site Launch Complex 1
Цитата: undefinedMission Name Running Out Of ToesRocket ElectronElectron Name Running Out Of ToesLaunch Window No earlier than 15 May 2021Launch Time 10:00 - 12:05 UTCLaunch Site Launch Complex 1