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ЦитироватьThe next Rocket Lab Electron vehicle will be on the pad at Launch Complex 1 in January 2019.
ЦитироватьRocket LabПодлинная учетная запись @RocketLab 51 мин. назадFirst Electron off the pad in 2019 is a dedicated mission for DARPA. The R3D2 mission, scheduled for late Feb, intends to space-qualify a prototype reflect array antenna to improve radio comms in smallsats. Honored to be launching this innovative mission. https://bit.ly/2FEU3pH
ЦитироватьDARPAПодлинная учетная запись @DARPA 19 ч.19 часов назадOur Radio Frequency Risk Reduction Deployment Demonstration (R3D2) is set for #launch in late February to space-qualify new type of membrane reflectarray antenna. Made of a tissue-thin Kapton membrane, antenna deploys to 2.25 meters diameter once in LEO.
ЦитироватьDARPAПодлинная учетная запись @DARPA 19 ч.19 часов назадThe launch will take place on a @RocketLab USA Electron #rocket from the company's launch complex on the Mahia Peninsula of New Zealand. Rocket Lab will host a webcast & provide coverage of the launch via live stream: http://www.rocketlabusa.com/live-stream .DARPAПодлинная учетная запись @DARPA 19 ч.19 часов назад.@northropgrumman is the prime contractor & integrated the 150 kg satellite; @mmadesignllc designed & built the antenna. @TridentSystemsI designed & built R3D2's software-defined radio, while @BlueCanyonTech provided the spacecraft bus.
ЦитироватьDARPAПодлинная учетная запись @DARPA 24 мин. назадThe RF Risk Reduction Deployment Demonstration (R3D2) made it to New Zealand this week. Payload integration has begun for its ride into low-Earth orbit on @RocketLab Electron, targeted for later this month.Rocket LabПодлинная учетная запись @RocketLab 15 мин. назадFollowing a delay to payload arrival, the R3D2 spacecraft is now at LC-1 & integration is underway! The launch window has been adjusted to the second half of March to provide the prime contractor with additional time to complete payload and spacecraft validation & verification.
ЦитироватьSalo пишет: Late February - DARPA R3D3 mission - Electron/Curie - LC1 (NZ)
ЦитироватьLAUNCH INFORMATIONRocket Lab is currently targeting no earlier than 22:30, Sunday 24 March UTC (11:30 am, Monday 25 March NZDT) for the next Electron mission.Launch window: Rocket Lab is currently targeting no earlier than 24 March UTC, and the launch window is open until 29 March 2019, UTC (25 March NZDT). Launch timing: Launch attempts will only take place between 11:30 - 15:30 NZDT (22:30 - 02:30 UTC).
ЦитироватьRocket LabПодлинная учетная запись @RocketLab 18 ч. назадWe are thrilled to confirm the next Electron launch will place 3 R&D satellites into orbit for the @usairforce. Scheduled for late April, the DoD Space Test Program procured the mission in partnership with @DIU_x as part of the Rapid Agile Launch Initiative.
ЦитироватьLAUNCH INFORMATIONRocket Lab's next mission is the STP-27RD launch. The mission is scheduled for lift-off from Launch Complex 1 no earlier than 4 May 2019 NZST. The launch window remains open for a total of 14 days. The timing of the daily 4-hour launch windows will be published on this page in the coming days. The satellites on board this mission ...:[/li]The Space Plug and Play Architecture Research CubeSat-1 (SPARC-1) mission...The Falcon Orbital Debris Experiment (Falcon ODE)...The Harbinger research payload
ЦитироватьRocket Lab's next mission is the STP-27RD launch. The mission is scheduled for lift-off from Launch Complex 1 no earlier than 4 May 2019 NZST. The launch window remains open for a total of 14 days. Launch attempts will take place between 18:00 - 22:00 NZST (06:00 - 10:00 UTC) within the launch window.
ЦитироватьAuckland, New Zealand, 05 May 2019 – A Rocket Lab Electron launch vehicle successfully lifted off from Launch Complex 1 on New Zealand's Mahia Peninsula at 06:00 UTC, Sunday 5 May 2019 (18:00 NZST). The STP-27RD mission launched three research and development satellites for the DoD Space Test Program...
ЦитироватьHuntington Beach, California. 10 May, 2019 – Rocket Lab, the global leader in dedicated small satellite launch, announced today that its next flight will launch multiple spacecraft on a mission procured by satellite rideshare and mission management provider, Spaceflight. The launch window will open in June, with launch taking place from Rocket Lab Launch Complex 1 on New Zealand's Māhia Peninsula....The mission is named 'Make it Rain'...
ЦитироватьSalo пишет: June - Seventh mission "Make it Rain" Spaceflight : Prometheus (x2), ACRUX-1 and other - Electron/Curie - LC1 (NZ)
Цитировать[TH]Launch Window [/TH]27 June - 10 July NZT[TH]Launch Time[/TH]16:30 - 18:30 NZT (04:30 - 06:30 UTC)
ЦитироватьSalo написал:NET May Q3 - BlackSky Global 4 - Electron/Curie - LC1 (NZ)
Цитировать Rocket Lab Подлинная учетная запись @RocketLab 1 ч. назадWe are at just L-14 days until Electron's 9th mission! From 14 October UTC the launch window opens for 'As The Crow Flies' - a dedicated commercial mission for Astro Digital. More info: https://bit.ly/2oHgXoV
ЦитироватьSalo написал:October 14-28 (23:00-03:00) - Electron/Curie - LC1 (NZ) - 9th mission "As The Crow Flies": PALISADE (Demo-1)
Цитировать Rocket Lab @RocketLab 8 мин. назадLaunch update: Thunderstorms are rolling in over Launch Complex 1, but forecasts show a brief reprieve late in the week. As such, we're currently targeting no earlier than Thursday 17 Oct UTC for the launch of our 9th Electron mission, 'As The Crow Flies'.