O3b (FM17, FM18, FM19, FM20 - Block 3b) - Soyuz-ST-B/Fregat-MT (VS22) - Kourou ELS - 04.04.2019, 16:31 UTC

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ЦитатаHYDROLANT 986/2019 (24)

NORTH ATLANTIC.
BRAZIL-NORTH COAST.
DNC 01.
1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS, ROCKET LAUNCHING
   291530Z MAR TO 012359Z MAY IN AREAS BOUND BY:
   A. 05-29N 050-14W, 05-29N 049-36W,
   05-15N 049-36W, 05-14N 050-13W.
   B. 05-30N 045-21W, 05-29N 044-05W,
   05-02N 044-05W, 05-03N 045-21W.
   C. 05-28N 041-08W, 05-26N 039-38W,
   04-48N 039-39W, 04-50N 041-09W.
2. CANCEL THIS MSG 020059Z MAY 19.

( 281643Z MAR 2019 )

 
SOOO
 
A0121/19 - TEMPORARY DANGEROUS AREA ACTIVATED DUE TO ROCKET LAUNCHING SOYOUZ ZA/VS22
LATERAL LIMITS AS FOLLOWS QUADRILATERAL :
0529N05014W 0529N04936W 0515N04936W 0514N05013W. SFC - UNL, DAILY 1530-1735,
04 APR 15:30 2019 UNTIL 14 APR 17:35 2019.
CREATED: 22 MAR 15:58 2019
 
A0122/19 - TEMPORARY DANGEROUS AREA ACTIVATED DUE TO ROCKET LAUNCHING SOYOUZ ZB/VS22
LATERAL LIMITS AS FOLLOWS QUADRILATERAL :
0530N04521W 0529N04405W 0502N04405W 0503N04521W. SFC - UNL, DAILY 1530-1735,
04 APR 15:30 2019 UNTIL 14 APR 17:35 2019.
CREATED: 22 MAR 16:00 2019
 
A0123/19 - TEMPORARY DANGEROUS AREA ACTIVATED DUE TO ROCKET LAUNCHING SOYOUZ ZC/VS22
LATERAL LIMITS AS FOLLOWS QUADRILATERAL :
0528N04108W 0526N03938W 0448N03939W 0450N04109W. SFC - UNL, DAILY 1530-1735,
04 APR 15:30 2019 UNTIL 14 APR 17:35 2019.
CREATED: 22 MAR 16:01 2019

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ГКЦ опубликовал буклет миссии (фр/англ)

depliant_VS22_csg.pdf - 338.5 KB, 2 стр, 2019-03-30 03:09:44 UTC


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http://www.arianespace.com/mission-update/vs22-o3b-integration/
ЦитатаSoyuz | April 1, 2019
The O3b satellite quartet gets its "kick" for Arianespace's next Soyuz launch


The four O3b satellites and their dispenser are hoisted in the S3 payload preparation facility (photo at left) and positioned atop the Fregat upper stage (at right).

Preparations for Arianespace's upcoming Soyuz mission from French Guiana at the service of SES have marked a new milestone as the payload of four O3b satellites and their dispenser have been integrated on the medium-lift launcher's Fregat upper stage.

During activity in the Spaceport's S3 payload integration building, the quartet of O3b satellites and their tube-shaped dispenser system were installed atop Fregat - which is to perform three propulsive burns before deploying the spacecraft into circular orbit during Soyuz' mission duration of 2 hours, 23 minutes and 51 seconds.

Scheduled for a midday liftoff on April 4, Soyuz will deliver a total payload lift performance of 3,198 kg.

Continuing Arianespace's services for the O3b constellation
Flight VS22 will be Arianespace's fifth in supporting SES' expansion of its satellite constellation. Operational since 2014, the O3b network delivers fiber-equivalent connectivity, and is part of SES' vision of connecting people and empowering them with opportunities.

The first 16 spacecraft for O3b were orbited by four Soyuz vehicles operating from French Guiana in 2013, 2014 and 2018. Each satellite - built by Thales Alenia Space - weighs about 700 kg. at launch and provides more than 10 Gbps of capacity.

By increasing the size of the constellation from 16 to 20 satellites, SES Networks will offer enhanced coverage while providing greater service availability and reliability - catering to the increasing demand for bandwidth in government and in the telecommunication, cloud, maritime and energy markets.

Arianespace's Flight VS22 will be its fourth mission of 2019 - and the second this year with a Soyuz launcher from the Spaceport.
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Liftoff for Flight VS22:

[TH]French Guiana[/TH][TH]UTC[/TH][TH]Washington, D.C.[/TH][TH]Paris[/TH][TH]Tokyo[/TH]
1:30:37 p.m. on Apr. 4
16:30:37 on Apr. 4
12:30:37 p.m. on Apr. 4
6:30:37 p.m. on Apr. 4
1:30:37 a.m. on Apr. 5

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01.04.2019 20:19:10 #24 Последнее редактирование: 01.04.2019 20:27:29 от tnt22
https://vk.com/wall-30315369_337689
Цитата. Роскосмос
32 минуты назад

В Гвианском космическом центре состоялся вывоз на стартовую позицию ракеты-носителя «Союз-СТ-Б» с разгонным блоком «Фрегат-МТ» и четырьмя европейскими аппаратами O3b.

Завершив вертикализацию, специалисты предприятий Роскосмоса провели операции по стыковке коммуникаций «пакета», сборке схем термостатирования, стыковке заправочных коммуникаций и другие операции, предусмотренные графиком подготовки. 

Особенностью подготовки пуска в Гвиане является раздельная транспортировка трех ступеней ракеты-носителя и космической головной части с последующей их сборкой на пусковой установке с использованием мобильной башни обслуживания.

 Пуск ракеты-носителя «Союз-СТ-Б» запланирован 4 апреля в 19:30 мск



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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FB4Tp5I2sbU
ЦитатаArianespace Flight VS22 - Customer Presentation
arianespace
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FB4Tp5I2sbU2:10
Опубликовано: 1 апр. 2019 г.
ARIANESPACE FLIGHT VS22: A FIFTH LAUNCH FOR THE OPERATOR SES AND ITS O3b CONSTELLATION
For its fourth mission of 2019 -- and the second this year with the Soyuz medium launcher from the Guiana Space Center (CSG) in French Guiana, Arianespace will be launching four more O3b satellites for SES.
By performing the 22nd Soyuz flight from the CSG, Arianespace is supporting -- for the fifth time -- SES in the expansion of its successful Non-Geostationary Satellite Orbit (NGSO) satellite constellation.
Operational since 2014, the O3b medium Earth orbit (MEO) satellite constellation delivers fiber- equivalent connectivity, and is part of SES's bold vision of connecting people and empowering them with opportunities.
Flight VS22 will be performed from the Soyuz Launch Complex (ELS) in Sinnamary, French Guiana.
Liftoff is scheduled for Thursday, April 4, 2019 at exactly:
12:30:37 p.m., in Washington, D.C
01:30:37 p.m., in Kourou, French Guiana
16:30:37 Universal Time (UTC)
06:30:37 p.m., in Luxembourg and Paris
07:30:37 p.m., in Moscow
01:30:37 a.m., in Tokyo on April 5, 2019.
For further information, download the Flight VS22 Launch Kit by clicking here: http://www.arianespace.com/press-kits/
Follow the launch live at http://www.arianespace.com and on http://www.youtube.com/arianespace
Since its creation in 1980 as the world's first commercial space transportation company, Arianespace has led the launch services industry with many operational firsts and numerous record-setting missions.

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Ещё NOTMARs - довесок к #21, зона космодрома и зона затопления 3-й ст РН, РБ Фрегат остаётся на орбите существования.
ЦитатаNAVAREA IV 263/2019 (24)

WESTERN NORTH ATLANTIC.
FRENCH GUIANA.
1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS, ROCKET LAUNCHING
   1620Z TO 1743Z DAILY 04 APR THRU 01 MAY
   IN AREA BOUND BY
   05-22.03N 052-52.20W, 05-25.89N 052-37.34W,
   05-21.65N 052-31.55W, 05-10.45N 052-38.45W.
2. CANCEL THIS MSG 011843Z MAY 19.

( 300253Z MAR 2019 )


HYDROLANT 1018/2019 (57)

GULF OF GUINEA.
DNC 01.
1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS, SPACE DEBRIS 1631Z TO 1830Z
   DAILY 04 APR TO 01 MAY IN AREA BOUND BY
   03-12N 000-54W, 02-56N 002-14E,
   02-22N 002-12E, 02-38N 000-57W.
2. CANCEL THIS MSG 011930Z MAY 19.

( 301425Z MAR 2019 )

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https://www.roscosmos.ru/26254/
Цитата02.04.2019 17:49
Продолжается подготовка к пуску РН «Союз-СТ-Б» с КА O3b





В Гвианском космическом центре состоялись вывоз и установка на ракету-носитель (РН) «Союз-СТ-Б» космической головной части в составе разгонного блока «Фрегат-МТ» и четырёх европейских спутников O3b.

РН «Союз-СТ-Б» была установлена на стартовый комплекс 1 апреля. Специалисты Роскосмоса провели операции по механической, электрической и пневматической стыковке космической головной части с ракетой-носителем.

В предстартовые дни также запланированы автономные проверки разгонного блока «Фрегат-МТ» и ракеты-носителя «Союз-СТ-Б», контрольные и генеральные испытания, а также работы по контрольному набору стартовой готовности разгонного блока.

Пуск запланирован 4 апреля в 19:30 мск.

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http://www.arianespace.com/mission-update/vs22-rollout-integration/
ЦитатаSoyuz | April 2, 2019
Soyuz receives the four O3b satellite passengers for Arianespace's launch this week


Emerging fr om the Spaceport's MIK integration hall (at left), the Soyuz launcher for Arianespace Flight VS22 begins its transfer to the launch zone, wh ere it was erected and readied to receive the upper composite (at right).

The launch vehicle for Arianespace's second Soyuz flight of 2019 is now complete following integration of its "upper composite" - containing the next four satellites to join SES' O3b constellation, which delivers low-latency, fiber-like connectivity around the world.

This activity occurred at the Spaceport in French Guiana, beginning with the workhorse launcher's rollout from its MIK integration hall to the launch zone.

Using procedures that date back to the origins of the space age, the Russian-built Soyuz was transferred horizontally, followed by its erection on the launch pad.

Once this action was completed, the upper composite was hoisted in the ELS launch zone's purpose-built mobile gantry - which provides a protected environment for the vertical installation atop Soyuz.

Expanding the O3b constellation (again)

Designated Flight VS22 in Arianespace's numbering system, the Soyuz mission will begin with a liftoff at exactly 1:30:37 PM local time in French Guiana on April 4. The four O3b passengers on board will be deployed into a circular orbit during a mission lasting 2 hours and 23 minutes.

The O3b fleet of medium-Earth orbit (MEO) satellites - operational since 2014 - is a proven non-geostationary constellation that provides commercial broadband services today, delivering carrier-grade services. The first 16 spacecraft for O3b were successfully orbited by four Soyuz vehicles operating from the Guiana Space Center in 2013, 2014 and 2018. Each satellite weighs about 700 kg. at launch and provides more than 10 Gbps of capacity.

By increasing the size of the O3b constellation from 16 to 20 satellites, SES Networks will offer enhanced coverage while providing greater service availability and reliability - responding to increasing demand for bandwidth from governments, as well as the telecom, cloud, maritime and energy markets.
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Liftoff for Flight VS22:

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French Guiana
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Washington, D.C.
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Paris
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Tokyo
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1:30:37 p.m. on Apr. 4
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16:30:37 on Apr. 4
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12:30:37 p.m. on Apr. 4
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6:30:37 p.m. on Apr. 4
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1:30:37 a.m. on Apr. 5
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https://spaceflightnow.com/2019/04/02/two-soyuz-rockets-rolled-out-for-launches-on-different-continents/
ЦитатаTwo Soyuz rockets rolled out for launches on different continents
April 2, 2019Stephen Clark

Russian ground crews working in starkly different environments on the barren steppes of Kazakhstan and in the lush jungles of South America are readying a pair of Soyuz rockets for two launches Thursday, one to resupply the International Space Station, and another to broaden the capacity of SES's O3b Internet network.

The two launches are scheduled five-and-a-half hours apart, beginning with the blastoff of a Soyuz-2.1a rocket fr om the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan at 1101:35 GMT (7:01:35 a.m. EDT) carrying the Progress MS-11 cargo freighter with several tons of fuel, food and supplies for the space station and its six-person crew.

A Soyuz ST-B rocket at the Guiana Space Center on the northeast coast of South America will be filled with its kerosene and liquid oxygen propellant supply soon after the Soyuz launch in Kazakhstan, with clocks there ticking down to a liftoff at 1630:37 GMT (12:30:37 p.m. EDT) with four O3b broadband satellites.

It won't be the first time two Soyuz rockets will launch on the same day. A pair of Soyuz boosters blasted off less than two hours apart on June 25, 2013, fr om Kazakhstan and French Guiana.

Separate teams prepared the Soyuz rockets inside similar hangars at the spaceports in Central Asia and South America.

Both rockets rolled to their launch pads Monday, beginning with the emergence of the Soyuz rocket at Baikonur from its integration building. Riding behind a train engine, the rocket arrived at Launch Pad No. 31 at Baikonur, wh ere hydraulic lifts raised it vertical. Ground teams moved folding gantry arms into place around the rocket and the Progress MS-11 cargo craft for final pre-launch processing.


A Soyuz-2.1a rocket rolls out to Launch Pad No. 31 on Monday at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. Credit: Roscosmos

Hours later, Russian technicians in French Guiana transferred a three-stage Soyuz ST-B rocket to its launch pad.

Unlike the Soyuz launch pads at Baikonur, the launch facility in French Guiana has a mobile shelter that moved around the rocket after rollout. Another major difference between Soyuz launch campaigns at the different launch sites is that satellite payloads at the Guiana Space Center are installed atop the rocket vertically -- after it is erected on the launch pad -- while spacecraft are attached to Soyuz boosters horizontally at the Baikonur Cosmodrome.
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The Soyuz-2.1a rocket set for launch Thursday from Baikonur will be fourth flight of a Soyuz booster this year. The Soyuz ST-B launch from the Guiana Space Center five-and-a-half later will mark the fifth Soyuz flight of 2019.

The two types of Soyuz rockets use the same basic design, which dates to the 1950s.

The Soyuz-2.1a configuration includes an upgraded digital guidance computer. The Soyuz ST-B uses the same digital control system, but the rocket's third stage is powered by an RD-0124 engine based on a newer design. Soyuz rockets shipped from their factory in Samara, Russia, to French Guiana also include changes to adapt the rocket to the tropical climate at the Guiana Space Center, and the four first-stage boosters and core stage are equipped with pyrotechnic charges to ensure the components sink after falling into the sea.


A Soyuz ST-B rocket rolls out to its launch pad Monday in French Guiana. Credit: Credit: ESA/CNES/Arianespace - Photo Optique Video du CSG - J. Durrenberger

Jettisoned rocket stages fall on land after launches from Russian-operated spaceports.

Soyuz rockets have launched 1,901 times since the dawn of the Space Age, more than any other type of launch vehicle.

The Russian Progress MS-11 supply ship scheduled for launch Thursday from Baikonur will reach the International Space Station at 1425 GMT (10:25 a.m. EDT), less than three-and-a-half hours after liftoff. The automated freighter will dock with the space station's Pirs module after an expedited, fast-track rendezvous profile.
The Soyuz launch with the four O3b broadband satellites will be the 22nd Soyuz flight from French Guiana since 2011, wh ere missions are managed by Arianespace, the French launch service provider.

The Soyuz ST-B will depart the Guiana Space Center toward the east over the Atlantic Ocean, and deploy a Fregat upper stage nine minutes after liftoff. The Fregat's main engine will fire three times to place the four O3b satellites, built by Thales Alenia Space in France, into a circular orbit about 4,865 miles (7,830 kilometers) over the equator.


Three of the four O3b satellites set for liftoff Thursday from French Guiana are visible in this image after their attachment to a carrier module for launch. Credit: ESA/CNES/Arianespace - Photo Optique Video du CSG - P. Baudon

The O3b spacecraft each weigh around 1,543 pounds (700 kilograms) fully fueled at launch, and they will release from the Fregat upper stage in pairs beginning around two hours after liftoff.

The O3b satellites set for launch Thursday will join 16 similar spacecraft launched since 2013 to beam broadband Internet signals to areas outside the reach of terrestrial networks, such as island nations, cruise ships, oil and gas fields, and other remote outposts. The addition of four new satellites will expand the O3b network's capacity, according to SES, the fleet's owner and operator.

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http://www.arianespace.com/mission-update/vs22-launch-approval/
ЦитатаSoyuz | April 3, 2019
Arianespace's latest Soyuz mission carrying O3b constellation satellites is approved for liftoff

Authorization has been granted for tomorrow's Arianespace Soyuz launch from the Spaceport in French Guiana, providing the "green light" for this mission to orbit the 17th, 18th, 19th and 20th satellites in SES' O3b constellation.


Flight VS22 will mark Arianespace's fifth Soyuz launch carrying O3b constellation satellites for SES.

Approval for liftoff was given at the conclusion of today's launch readiness review, which verified the "go" status of Soyuz, its multi-passenger payload, the Spaceport's infrastructure and the network of downrange tracking stations.

The April 4 mission - designated VS22 in Arianespace's numbering system - will be performed from the Spaceport's purpose-built ELS launch facility for Soyuz. Liftoff is scheduled at precisely 1:30:37 p.m. local time in French Guiana (16:30:37 UTC), with the four O3b spacecraft being deployed into a circular orbit during a flight sequence lasting 2 hours and 22 minutes.

Delivering fiber-equivalent connectivity since 2014, the O3b fleet of medium-Earth orbit (MEO) satellites is part of SES's bold vision of connecting people and empowering them with opportunities. The first 16 O3b spacecraft were successfully orbited by four Soyuz vehicles operating from the Guiana Space Center in 2013, 2014 and 2018.

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ЦитатаArianespace‏ @Arianespace 14 мин. назад

The #VS22 launch day is here! Be sure to follow #Arianespace's second #Soyuz mission in 2019 - which is set for a precise liftoff time of 16:30:56 UTC.



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https://spaceflightnow.com/2019/04/04/soyuz-vs22-mission-status-center/
Цитата04/04/2019 18:44 Stephen Clark

The mobile gantry at the Soyuz launch pad has been retracted into position for liftoff.

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