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ЦитироватьPhoton in particular was architected for use in both LEO and interplanetary missions, with radiation-tolerant avionics, deep space-capable communications and navigation technology, and high-performance space-storable propulsion capable of multiple restarts on orbit. The combination of Photon and Electron has been designed as a complete solution for responsive LEO, MEO and cis-lunar missions, as early as Q4 2020.
ЦитироватьHuntington 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.
ЦитироватьSalo написал:NET November 25 - Electron/Curie - LC1 (NZ) - 10th mission "Running Out Of Fingers": ALE-2, ATL-1, Discovery, FossaSat-1, NOOR-1A, NOOR-1B, SMOG-P, TRSi Sat
Цитировать07:57 - 09:22 UTC (20:57 - 22:22 NZDT)
ЦитироватьSalo написал:November 25 - December 11 (07:57-09:22) - Electron/Curie - LC1 (NZ) - 10th mission "Running Out Of Fingers":
ЦитироватьLaunch Window: 28 November - 12 December NZDTLaunch Time: 07:56 - 09:22 UTC (20:56 - 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'.
Цитировать Rocket Lab @RocketLab 10 мин. назадTarget lift-off for #RunningOutOfFingers is no earlier than:UTC: 07:56 (29 Nov)
Цитировать Rocket Lab @RocketLab Launch update: We're standing down from today's launch attempt to conduct further tests on ground systems. We'll update with a new target launch date soon. The window remains open until 12 December. 23:58 - 28 нояб. 2019 г.
Цитировать Peter Beck @Peter_J_Beck Stage 2 umbilical needs reset and tested. Simple to do but will require a pad recycle. Probably will push out a few days. 10:37 - 29 нояб. 2019 г.
Цитировать Rocket Lab @RocketLab 12 мин. назадWork on the Stage 2 umbilical that caused us to stand down from last week's launch is nearing completion, however poor weather conditions are driving a launch attempt no earlier than 07:56 UTC, Friday 6 Dec. Stay tuned for updates as we continue to assess weather this week.
ЦитироватьOn 6 December 2019, at 8:18 am UTC, launch provider Rocket Lab conducted its 10th mission – and the final one of 2019 – from its launch site at New Zealand's Mahia Peninsula. The launch successfully orbited 6 picosatellites developed by Alba Orbital, named "PocketQubes", as well as Japan's 75-kg ALE-2 cubesat for meteor shower simulation company ALE.
ЦитироватьDec 09, 2019Rocket Lab launches milestone tenth mission, completes major success for reusable rocket program...Rocket Lab's next mission will take place within the first weeks of 2020 from Launch Complex 1.
Цитировать Rocket Lab @RocketLab 4 мин. назадWe're thrilled to confirm the 1st Electron launch from LC-2 will be a dedicated mission for the @usairforce Space Test Program in Q2 2020. It's an honor to be providing access to orbit for STP once again following the first STP launch on Electron from LC-1 earlier this year.
Цитировать Jeff Foust @jeff_foust 26 мин. назадUSAF Lt. Col. Meagan Thrush says that first Electron mission from LC-2, called STP-27RM, will carry a smallsat called Monolith to test the ability of smallsats to host large aperture space weather payloads.
ЦитироватьELaNa 32Date: NET March 1, 2020Mission: Rocketlab – Mahia, New Zealand1 CubeSat Mission scheduled to be deployedANDESITE - Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts
ЦитироватьRocket LabПодлинная учетная запись @RocketLab 48 сек. назадWe're excited to announce that our first mission of 2020 is a dedicated launch from LC-1 for the @NatReconOfc! The 14-day launch window opens from 31 Jan UTC. Full details: https://bit.ly/2TGJE2U
Цитировать Rocket Lab✔@RocketLab 5:36 AM - Jan 31, 2020And we have resumed the count! New target lift-off time is 02:56 UTC (15:56 NZDT / 18:56 PST / 21:56 EST). Still a possibility of standing down due to high ground winds.
ЦитироватьКомпания Rocket Lab выиграла контракт NASA на запуск к Луне небольшого спутника CAPSTONE (Cislunar Autonomous Positioning System Technology Operations and Navigation Experiment), сообщает SpaceNews. Запуск планируется осуществить в начале 2021 года со стартовой площадки на о. Уоллопс (шт. Вирджиния, США). Для обеспечения запуска к Луне на ракете Electron будет установлена разгонная ступень Photon, а близ Луны спутник будет маневрировать с помощью собственных двигателей. Контракт оценивается в 9,95 миллионов долларов.А.Ж.