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tnt22

21.10.2020 23:46:34 #80 Последнее редактирование: 22.10.2020 00:48:18 от tnt22
Цитата: Salo от 12.08.2020 10:59:18October    20   21 - November 2  (21:14:00-22:03:00) - Electron/Kick Stage - LC-1 (NZ) - 15th mission "In Focus": CE-SAT-IIB, SuperDove / Flock-4e (x9)

Цитата: undefined10/21/2020 23:41 Stephen Clark

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Liftoff of the Electron rocket is now targeted for 5:27:53 p.m. EDT (2127:53 GMT).

Upd

На край окна

Цитата: undefined Rocket Lab @RocketLab 5 мин. назад

Adjusted T-0 time. We're now targeting 22:02 UTC for lift off of #InFocus

Upd2

Цитата: undefined10/22/2020 00:34 Stephen Clark

The Electron rocket is currently counting down to liftoff from Launch Complex 1 in New Zealand at 6:02:28 p.m. EDT (2202:28 GMT; 11:02:28 a.m. New Zealand time).

Upd3

Отбой ВТ!!! Стоим...

Цитата Rocket Lab @RocketLab 2 мин. назад

We're standing down from today's attempt. Some sensors are returning data that we want to look into further. We have back up opportunities until Nov 3. Stay tuned for updates on new launch date! #InFocus

tnt22

Цитата: Salo от 12.08.2020 10:59:18October    20   21   23 - November 2  (21:14:00-22:03:00) - Electron/Kick Stage - LC-1 (NZ) - 15th mission "In Focus": CE-SAT-IIB, SuperDove / Flock-4e (x9)

Цитата Rocket Lab @RocketLab 2 ч. назад

Launch update: We are now targeting Oct 28 UTC for the In Focus launch. Waiting for a weather front to pass before getting back to the pad.

New launch time:

🚀 UTC: 21:14, Oct 28

tnt22

Цитата10/29/2020 00:08 Stephen Clark

T-minus 13 minutes. You can reload this page to watch Rocket Lab's live webcast of today's mission. Liftoff remains set for 5:21:27 p.m. EDT (2121:27 GMT).

Salo

29.10.2020 00:50:37 #83 Последнее редактирование: 15.12.2020 16:08:48 от Salo
Launched:
№ - Date/Time(UTC) - Rocket  - Launch Site - Satellite(s)
       
2017
01 - May 25 (04:24) - Electron - LC-1 (NZ) - test flight 1: ''It's a Test'' (launch failure)     

2018
01 - January 21 (01:43) - Electron/Kick Stage - LC-1 (NZ) - test flight 2 ''Still testing'': Flock-2 (Dove Pioneer), Lemur-2-72, Lemur-2-73, Humanity Star (Dummy satellite)
02 - November 11 (03:50) - Electron/Kick Stage - LC-1 (NZ) - 3rd mission "It's Business Time": CICERO 4, IRVINE01, Lemur-2-74, Lemur-2-75, NABEO,  Proxima I, Proxima II
03 - December 16 (06:33) - Electron/Kick Stage - LC-1 (NZ) - 4th mission "This One's For Pickering"  VCLS-1 (ELaNa XIX): ALBus, CeREs, CHOMPTT, CubeSail 1, CubeSail 2, Da Vinci, GeoStare, ISX, NMTSat, RSat-P, SHFT 1, Shields 1, STF 1, TomSat R3 (AeroCube 11), TomSat Eagle Scout

2019
01 - March 28 (22:37 - Electron/Kick Stage - LC-1 (NZ) - 5th mission "Two Thumbs Up": DARPA R3D2
02 - May 5 (06:00) - Electron/Kick Stage - LC-1 (NZ) - 6th mission "That's A Funny Looking Cactus" STP-27RD: Harbinger (ICEYE X3), SPARC-1, Falcon ODE
03 - June 29 (04:30) - Electron/Kick Stage - LC-1 (NZ) - 7th mission "Make it Rain" Spaceflight RL-1: Prometheus 2 (x2), ACRUX-1, BlackSky Global-3,
SpaceBEE 8, SpaceBEE 9, TBD
04 - August 19 (12:12) - Electron/Kick Stage - LC-1 (NZ) - 8th mission "Look Ma, No Hands": BlackSky Global 4, BRO 1, Pearl White 1, Pearl White 2
05 - October 17 (01:22) - Electron/Kick Stage - LC-1 (NZ) - 9th mission "As The Crow Flies": PALISADE (Demo-1)
06 - December 6 (08:18) - Electron/Kick Stage - LC-1 (NZ) - 10th mission "Running Out Of Fingers": ALE-2, ATL-1, FossaSat-1, NOOR-1A, NOOR-1B, SMOG-P, TRSi Sat

2020
01 - January 31 (02:56) - Electron/Kick Stage - LC-1 (NZ) - 11th mission "Birds of a Feather": NROL-151 [USA-294]
02 - June 13 (05:12:00) - Electron/Kick Stage - LC-1A (NZ) - 12th mission "Don't Stop Me Now": ANDESITE (x9) (ELaNa 32), NRO Sats (USA 301, USA 302, USA 303), RAAF M2 Pathfinder
03 - July 4 (21:19:36) - Electron/Kick Stage - LC-1A (NZ) - 13th mission "Pics Or It Didn't Happen": CE-SAT 1B, Flock-4e (x5), Faraday-1 (launch failure)
04 - August 31 (03:05:47) - Electron/Kick Stage - LC-1A (NZ) - 14th mission "I Can't Believe It's Not Optical": Capella 2 Sequoia, First light
05 - October 28 (21:21:27) - Electron/Kick Stage - LC-1 (NZ) - 15th mission "In Focus": CE-SAT-IIB, SuperDove / Flock-4e (x9)
06 - November 20 (02:20:01) - Electron/Kick Stage - LC-1 (NZ) - 16th  mission "Return to Sender": Dragracer A (Alchemy), Dragracer B (Augury), BRO-2, BRO-3, CORVUS BC 5 (Landmapper BC 5), APSS-1 (QuakeTEC), Spacebee (x18), SpaceBEENZ (x6), Gnome Chompski (Mass Simulator)
07 - December 15 (10:09:27) - Electron/Kick Stage - LC-1 (NZ) - 17th  mission "The Owl's Night Begins": StriX-α

Scheduled:
Date/Time(UTC) - Rocket - Launch Site - Satellite(s)

2021
Late 2020  Early - Electron - LC-1B - TBD
Early - Electron/Kick Stage - LC-1 (NZ) - OHB mission
February - Electron/Kick Stage - LC-1 (NZ) - Gunsmoke-J
NET November December 2020  H1 - Electron/Kick Stage - LC-2 (US) - 17th mission  STP-27RM: Monolith
  Early   H1   Q2 - Electron/Photon Lunar - LC-2 (US) - CAPSTONE
Q2 - Electron/Kick Stage - LC-1 (NZ) - NROL mission
Late spring - Electron/Kick Stage - LC-1A  (NZ) - RASR-3 mission
Late spring - Electron/Kick Stage - LC-1B  (NZ) - RASR-4 mission

Piggybacked:
NET Q3   Q4 2020  TBD - Electron/Kick Stage - LC-1A (NZ) - McNair
  2020   TBD - Electron/Kick Stage - LC-1 (NZ) - Circle Aerospace mission

2023
TBD - Electron/Photon Venus - LC-1 (NZ) - NZSA Venus mission

Unclear:
Date/Time(UTC) - Rocket  - Launch Site - Satellite(s)

TBD - Electron/Kick Stage - TBD - Dove / Flock-z (x20-25)
TBD - Electron/SL-OMV - LC-3 (GB) - TBD

Piggybacked:
NET 2020 - Electron/Kick Stage - LC-1 (NZ) - Circle Aerospace mission
NET 2020 - Electron/Kick Stage - LC-1 (NZ) - Circle Aerospace mission
NET 2020 - Electron/Kick Stage - LC-1 (NZ) - Circle Aerospace mission
NET 2020 - Electron/Kick Stage - LC-1 (NZ) - Circle Aerospace mission
NET 2020 - Electron/Kick Stage - LC-1 (NZ) - Circle Aerospace mission
NET 2020 - Electron/Kick Stage - LC-1 (NZ) - Circle Aerospace mission
NET 2020 - Electron/Kick Stage - LC-1 (NZ) - Circle Aerospace mission
NET 2020 - Electron/Kick Stage - LC-1 (NZ) - Circle Aerospace mission
NET 2020 - Electron/Kick Stage - LC-1 (NZ) - Circle Aerospace mission

LC-1A, LC1B (NZ) - launch site on the Mahia Peninsula on the North Island (Te Ika-a-Māui) of New Zealand
LC-2 (US) - launch site on Wallops at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport in Virginia  U.S.
LC-3 (GB) - launch site A'Mhoine, Sutherland, Scotland, Great Britain


Changes on October 28th
Changes on October 29th
Changes on November 5th
Changes on November 15th
Changes on November 20th
Changes on November 25th
Changes on December 11th
Changes on December 15th
"Были когда-то и мы рысаками!!!"

Salo

https://www.rocketlabusa.com/about-us/updates/rocket-lab-successfully-launches-15th-mission-deploys-satellites-for-planet-canon-electronics-inc/
Цитата: undefinedDetails about the customers onboard Rocket Lab's 16th Electron launch will be announced shortly, with the next mission scheduled to take place from Launch Complex 1 in the coming weeks.
"Были когда-то и мы рысаками!!!"

tnt22

Цитата: Salo от 29.10.2020 00:50:37November - Electron/Kick Stage - LC-1 (NZ) - 16th  mission

https://www.rocketlabusa.com/about-us/updates/rocket-lab-to-launch-most-diverse-mission-yet/

Цитата: RocketLabRocket Lab to Launch Most Diverse Mission Yet
Rocket Lab to Launch Most Diverse Mission Yet
  • The mission will deploy 30 satellites to unique orbits using the Electron launch vehicle's Kick Stage space tug
  • The satellites will enable internet from space, test new methods of deorbiting space debris, and enable research into predicting earthquakes
  • The launch will also feature a 3D printed mass simulator for Valve's Gabe Newell to raise funds for Starship Children's Hospital

 Скрытый текст:
Long Beach, California. November 2, 2020 - Leading space systems company, Rocket Lab, has today announced its next Electron mission will feature a diverse range of payloads from the United States, France and New Zealand.
The mission, which will be Rocket Lab's 16th Electron launch, will lift-off from Launch Complex 1 on New Zealand's Māhia Peninsula during a 14-day launch window that opens on November 16 NZT / November 15 UTC.
Rocket Lab's Electron launch vehicle will loft 30 satellites to a sun-synchronous orbit at 500 km altitude for a range of customers, including TriSept, Unseenlabs, Swarm Technologies, Te Pūnaha Ātea - Auckland Space Institute, and Gabe Newell, co-founder of global gaming software company Valve. The satellites span a range of operations, from TriSept's tech demonstration of new tether systems designed to accelerate spacecraft reentry and reduce orbital debris, through to the next generation of maritime surveillance satellites for Unseenlabs, as well as communications satellites for Swarm Technolgies. The mission will also deploy New Zealand's first student-built satellite, the APSS-1 satellite for Te Pūnaha Ātea - Auckland Space Institute at The University of Auckland.
A mass simulator will also be fixed to this mission's Kick Stage in the form of a 3D printed gnome created for Valve's Gabe Newell by multi-award-winning design studio Weta Workshop, the creative studio behind Lord of the Rings, Avatar, and Mulan. The unique space component is additively manufactured into the shape of Half-Life gaming icon Gnome Chompski. The mission serves as an homage to the innovation and creativity of gamers worldwide, and also aims to test and qualify a novel 3D printing technique that could be employed for future spacecraft components. ...
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The DRAGRACER mission will test the effectiveness of new tether technologies designed to accelerate spacecraft reentry and reduce orbital debris at the conclusion of space missions. TriSept has completed the integration of a pair of qualified Millennium Space Systems 6U small satellites, one featuring the tether drag device and one without. The controlled spacecraft should deorbit in approximately 45 days, while the second spacecraft is expected to remain in orbit for seven to nine years, according to Tethers Unlimited, developer of the 70-meter-long (230 feet) Terminator Tape aboard the control satellite.

BRO-2 and BRO-3 are the second and third satellites in French company Unseenlabs' planned constellation of about 20 satellites dedicated to maritime surveillance. The first BRO satellite was launched to orbit by Rocket Lab in August 2019. Unseenlabs' constellation enables improved monitoring of activities at sea, such as illegal fishing and anti-environmental behavior. Thanks to a unique proprietary technology, the BRO satellites are the first to be able to independently and precisely locate and fingerprint Radio Frequency (RF) emitters all around the globe, day or night, in any weather condition, and without requiring any special embarked tracking device. With three satellites in orbit, Unseenlabs' clients can now benefit from the shortest revisit time available on the satellite RF geolocation market.

The student-built Waka Āmiorangi Aotearoa APSS-1 satellite is designed to monitor electrical activity in Earth's upper atmosphere to test whether ionospheric disturbances can predict earthquakes. The data from this mission will deliver deeper knowledge of these hard-to-access altitudes and drive understanding of how phenomena such as solar wind and geophysical events affect this atmospheric region.

Swarm will launch the latest 24 1/4U SpaceBEE satellites to continue building out its planned constellation of 150 satellites to provide affordable satellite communications services to IoT devices in remote regions around the world. Swarm's uniquely small satellites enable the company to provide network services and user hardware at the industry's lowest cost and deliver maximum value to customers across a range of industries including maritime shipping, agriculture, energy, and ground transportation. The SpaceBEES will be integrated into two of Rocket Lab's 3U Maxwell CubeSat dispensers for orbital deployment.

Manufactured with support from multi-award-winning design studio Weta Workshop, the unique space component is additively manufactured from titanium and printed in the shape of Half-Life gaming icon Gnome Chompski. The mission serves as an homage to the innovation and creativity of gamers worldwide, and also aims to test and qualify a novel 3D printing technique that could be employed for future spacecraft components. The 150 mm gnome will remain attached to the Kick Stage during all mission phases and will burn up upon re-entry into Earth's atmosphere during the de-orbiting process.

Salo

https://www.rocketlabusa.com/about-us/updates/rocket-lab-to-attempt-first-stage-recovery-on-next-mission/
Цитата: undefinedRocket Lab to Attempt First Stage Recovery on Next Mission

Long Beach, California. November 5, 2020 - Rocket Lab has today revealed that it will attempt to recover the first stage of its Electron rocket during its next mission, the 'Return to Sender' launch, scheduled for lift-off in mid-November. The test will see Rocket Lab attempt to bring Electron's first stage back to Earth under a parachute system for a controlled water landing before collection by a recovery vessel.

The mission will be the first time Rocket Lab has attempted to recover a stage after launch and is a major milestone in Rocket Lab's pursuit to make Electron a reusable rocket to support an increased launch cadence for small satellite missions.

The 'Return to Sender' mission, which will be Rocket Lab's 16th Electron launch, will lift-off from Launch Complex 1 on New Zealand's Māhia Peninsula. The 14-day launch window is scheduled to open on November 16 UTC (November 15 PT / ET) with lift-off to take place between 01:44 - 04:34 UTC (17:44 - 20:34 PT / 20:44 - 23:34 ET). The mission will see Electron deploy 30 payloads for a range of small satellite customers to a 500km sun-synchronous orbit, with the recovery attempt a secondary objective of the launch.
"Были когда-то и мы рысаками!!!"

tnt22

Цитата: Salo от 29.10.2020 00:50:37November 16-30 (01:44-04:34) - Electron/Kick Stage - LC-1 (NZ) - 16th  mission "Return to Sender" : Dragracer A (Alchemy), Dragracer B (Augury), BRO-2, BRO-3, APSS-1, Spacebee (x24), Gnome Chompski (Mass Simulator)

Цитата Rocket Lab @RocketLab 1 ч

Target lift-off time for the Return to Sender mission:
UTC: 01:44, Nov 19
NZT: 14:44, Nov 19
PT  : 17:44, Nov 18
ET  : 20:44, Nov 18

Salo

https://spacenews.com/first-rocket-lab-u-s-launch-delayed-to-2021/
ЦитатаWASHINGTON -- The first launch of Rocket Lab's Electron rocket from a site in the United States won't take place until 2021 because of problems with the flight termination system NASA requires the rocket to use.
...
"We expect that, under the current rate in which we're developing and correcting the code errors, we should be ready to certify that unit in the first half of '21,"
"Были когда-то и мы рысаками!!!"

tnt22

Цитата: Salo от 29.10.2020 00:50:37November 19-30 (01:44-04:34) - Electron/Kick Stage - LC-1 (NZ) - 16th  mission "Return to Sender" : Dragracer A (Alchemy), Dragracer B (Augury), BRO-2, BRO-3, APSS-1, Spacebee (x24), Gnome Chompski (Mass Simulator)

Дружно едем вправо +1

Цитата Rocket Lab @RocketLab 51 мин. назад

Launch update: Due to weather we are now targeting no earlier than November 20th UTC for the #ReturnToSender mission.   

Target lift-off:

 UTC: 20 Nov (01:44 - 04:34)
 NZT: 20 Nov (14:44 - 17:34)

tnt22

20.11.2020 04:05:48 #90 Последнее редактирование: 20.11.2020 04:50:16 от tnt22
Цитата: Salo от 29.10.2020 00:50:37November    15-29   16   19   20-30 (01:44-04:34) - Electron/Kick Stage - LC-1 (NZ) - 16th  mission "Return to Sender" : Dragracer A (Alchemy), Dragracer B (Augury), BRO-2, BRO-3, APSS-1, Spacebee (x24), Gnome Chompski (Mass Simulator)
Цитата: undefined Rocket Lab @RocketLab 29 мин. назад

Target lift-off time:
UTC | 01:46

Upd
Цитата: undefined Spaceflight Now @SpaceflightNow 18 мин. назад

Rocket Lab has fueled its Electron satellite launcher for liftoff from the company's private base in New Zealand at 8:46:56pm EST (0146:56 GMT).

Upd2 - "бешеный" самолёт в зоне...

Цитата: undefined Rocket Lab @RocketLab 9 с

We've got a new lift-off target for the #ReturnToSender mission.

UTC | 02:20

Upd3

Цитата11/20/2020 04:47 Stephen Clark

The exact launch time is set for 9:20:01 p.m. EST (0220:01 GMT), according to Rocket Lab. The company's webcast will be available on this page beginning at T-minus 30 minutes.

tnt22

Цитата: Salo от 29.10.2020 00:50:37Late - Electron/Kick Stage - LC-1 (NZ) - StriX-α

Цитата Rocket Lab @RocketLab 1 ч. назад

Counting down to our next mission, a dedicated launch from LC-1 for Japanese SAR company Synspective! 

Learn more: https://bit.ly/3l1Ujz9



1 ч. назад

This mission has an instantaneous launch opportunity each day of the 14-day launch window.

Lift-off is currently targeted NET 12 December.

UTC   | 10:09:30
NZDT | 23:09:30
PT      | 02:09:30
ET     | 05:09:30


1 ч. назад

The mission is named 'The Owl's Night Begins' in a nod to Synspective's StriX family of synthetic aperture radar (SAR) spacecraft developed to be able to image millimeter-level changes to the Earth's surface from space. Strix is also the genus of owls.

tnt22

Цитата: Salo от 29.10.2020 00:50:37NET December 12-26 (10:09-10:59) - Electron/Kick Stage - LC-1 (NZ) - 17th  mission "The Owl's Night Begins" : StriX-α

Цитата Rocket Lab @RocketLab 16 мин. назад

Due to weather over the range this week at LC-1 we are now targeting no earlier than Monday, 14 December UTC for #TheOwlsNightBegins mission.

Target lift-off:

 UTC | 09:00 -  10:59

tnt22

Цитата: Salo от 29.10.2020 00:50:37NET December 12-26 (10:09-10:59) - Electron/Kick Stage - LC-1 (NZ) - 17th  mission "The Owl's Night Begins" : StriX-α

Цитата: Rocket Lab Rocket Lab @RocketLab 4 ч. назад

Target lift-off on Dec 15 for #TheOwlsNightBegins
UTC | 09:00-10:59

Salo

https://www.rocketlabusa.com/about-us/updates/rocket-lab-readies-photon-spacecraft-for-nasa-moon-mission/

Цитата
Rocket Lab Readies Photon Spacecraft for NASA Moon Mission
The CAPSTONE mission will see Rocket Lab extend its reach far beyond Earth orbit for the first time to deploy an in-house designed and built Photon spacecraft to the Moon.

Long Beach, California. December 11, 2020 - Rocket Lab has reached a key milestone ahead of the company's first launch to the Moon, with spacecraft qualification underway for the Photon spacecraft that will transport a NASA satellite into a unique lunar orbit that no other spacecraft has explored before.
NASA's Cislunar Autonomous Positioning System Technology Operations and Navigation Experiment (CAPSTONE) will be launched by Rocket Lab's Electron launch vehicle and Photon in Q2 2021. The CAPSTONE satellite will act as a pathfinding precursor for lunar missions, including Gateway, a Moon-orbiting outpost that will provide vital support for a sustainable, long-term human return to the lunar surface under NASA's Artemis program. Rocket Lab's Photon spacecraft, which will act as a trans-lunar injection stage for this mission, has now entered a rigorous qualification test campaign at Rocket Lab's Production Complex, one of the final development milestones before lift-0ff in the new year.
To travel more than 380,000 km to the Moon, CAPSTONE will lift-off on an Electron launch vehicle to an initial low Earth orbit. From there, Rocket Lab's in-house designed and built Photon spacecraft, will take the reins to provide in-space transportation, power, and communications for NASA's satellite until separation, when CAPSTONE will continue on its own trajectory to lunar orbit. Photon will also continue to the Moon to conduct a lunar fly-by as a secondary mission. In preparation for the mission, Photon has entered a rigorous test and qualification campaign to subject the spacecraft to conditions similar to those it will experience during launch and in space. This qualification process will see Photon undergo thermal vacuum tests to recreate the extreme variations in temperature experienced in space, as well as vibration tests and acoustic tests to replicate the conditions during launch. Development and testing of the CAPSTONE satellite platform and propulsion system is being undertaken simultaneously by Advanced Space in Boulder, Colorado, Tyvak Nano-Satellite Systems in Irvine, California, and Stellar Exploration in San Luis Obispo, California. The satellite is scheduled for integration with the Photon spacecraft in the new year.
Though modelers on the ground have studied the unique near-rectilinear halo orbit (NRHO) that CAPSTONE is destined for, no spacecraft has actually maneuvered into it to date. By testing out this halo-shaped orbit, CAPSTONE will help reduce risk for future spacecraft by verifying the orbit's dynamics, while also validating innovative navigation technologies. The NRHO is a gravitationally balanced orbit between the Earth and the Moon, offering stability for long-term missions like Gateway and requiring minimal energy to maintain, making it a perfect staging point for lunar and deeper space missions.
Lunar missions have historically required decades of planning, hundreds of millions of dollars in funding, and have been carried out by large spacecraft that require launch on huge rockets. By contrast, the CAPSTONE mission will lift-off less than two years since the project's inception, and at a launch cost of less than $10 million. The launch is supported by the Launch Services Program at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The mission development is funded by the agency's Space Technology Mission Directorate and managed by the Small Spacecraft Technology Program at NASA's Ames Research Center in California's Silicon Valley.
"The idea of a dedicated small satellite launch to the Moon was fantasy until Electron and Photon. With CAPSTONE we're demonstrating that lunar and interplanetary missions can be fast, cost-effective, and highly tailored," said Peter Beck, Rocket Lab founder and CEO. "Providing launch, in-space transportation, and satellite buses as a single, integrated mission solution was an ambitious program, but one we're proud to have brought to market. Electron and Photon have unlocked the door for small satellite missions beyond low Earth orbit, enabling an exciting future for easier and cheaper scientific research missions to other planets, asteroids, moons, and more."
"Были когда-то и мы рысаками!!!"

tnt22

Цитата: Salo от 29.10.2020 00:50:37NET December  15-26 (09:00-10:59) - Electron/Kick Stage - LC-1 (NZ) - 17th  mission "The Owl's Night Begins" : StriX-α

Цитата Rocket Lab @RocketLab 2 ч. назад

Welcome to launch day! Crews are moving into position at LC-1 in preparation for #TheOwlsNightBegins, a dedicated mission for Synspective. Let's go to space again!

Target lift-off time:

10:09 UTC

tnt22

15.12.2020 13:04:02 #96 Последнее редактирование: 15.12.2020 14:22:58 от tnt22
Цитата: Salo от 29.10.2020 00:50:37 NET December    12   15-26 (09:00-10:59) - Electron/Kick Stage - LC-1 (NZ) - 17th  mission "The Owl's Night Begins" : StriX-α

https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/12/15/rocket-lab-owls-night-begins-mission-status-center/

Цитата12/15/2020 13:01 Stephen Clark

The final pre-flight poll of Rocket Lab's launch team resulted in a unanimous "go" to proceed with the countdown. Liftoff of Rocket Lab's two-stage Electron rocket is set for 5:09:27 a.m. EST (1009:27 GMT; 11:09:27 p.m. New Zealand time).

Salo

https://www.rocketlabusa.com/about-us/updates/rocket-lab-successfully-launches-17th-electron-mission-deploys-sar-satellite-for-synspective/
Цитата: undefinedDetails about Rocket Lab's 18th Electron launch will be announced shortly, with the next mission scheduled to take place from Launch Complex 1 early in the new year.
"Были когда-то и мы рысаками!!!"

zandr

06.01.2021 21:00:17 #98 Последнее редактирование: 06.01.2021 21:24:14 от zandr
Цитата: Salo от 29.10.2020 00:50:37Early - Electron - LC-1B - TBD

https://www.rocketlabusa.com/about-us/updates/rocket-labs-first-mission-of-2021-to-launch-communications-satellite-for-ohb-group/
ЦитатаLong Beach, California. January 5, 2021 - Rocket Lab, the global leader in dedicated small satellite launch, has today announced its first Electron launch of the new year will be a dedicated mission for European space technology company OHB Group.

This dedicated mission, named 'Another One Leaves the Crust,' is scheduled for lift-off during a 10-day launch window opening on January 16th NZT/UTC. Encapsulated inside Electron's fairing will be a single communication microsatellite that will enable specific frequencies to support future services from orbit...
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'Another One Leaves the Crust' is the first mission in a packed launch manifest for 2021, which includes multiple dedicated and rideshare small satellite missions for both government and commercial customers. This year will also see Rocket Lab launch a Photon mission to the Moon in support of NASA's CAPSTONE program, and also launch the first missions from Rocket Lab's two additional launch pads - Launch Complex 2 in Wallops, Virginia, and the new Pad B at Launch Complex 1 in New Zealand.

Salo

https://www.rocketlabusa.com/missions/next-mission/
ЦитатаNext Mission: Another One Leaves The Crust

Mission Name     Another One Leaves The Crust
Rocket    Electron
Electron Name    Electron
Launch Window    Launch window opens January 16th UTC/NZT
Launch Time    20:38 NZT / 07:38 UTC
Launch Site    Launch Complex 1

This dedicated mission, named 'Another One Leaves the Crust,' is scheduled to take place during a 10-day launch window opening on January 16th NZT.

Launch timing:

NZT: 20:38 - 20:45 (16 - 25 Jan)

UTC: 07:38 - 07:45 (16 - 25 Jan)

EST: 02:38 - 02:45 (16 - 25 Jan)

PST: 23:38 - 23:45 (15 - 24 Jan)
"Были когда-то и мы рысаками!!!"