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Цитировать04/04/2019 19:05 Stephen ClarkT-minus 25 minutes. Some statistics on today's flight:[/li]1,903rd Soyuz rocket launch5th Soyuz launch of 201922nd Soyuz launch from French Guiana4th launch from Guiana Space Center in 20192nd Soyuz launch from French Guiana in 2019309th Arianespace launch since 198058th-61st SES satellites launched by Arianespace156th-159th Thales Alenia Space satellites launched by Arianespace23rd global orbital launch attempt in 2019
Цитировать04/04/2019 19:21 NEW LAUNCH TIME Stephen ClarkThe countdown is holding at Minus-11 minutes to allow for additional time to complete checks on ground systems. A backup launch time is available 33 minutes later, at 1703:37 GMT (1:03:37 p.m. EDT; 2:03:37 p.m. French Guiana time).
Цитировать04/04/2019 19:54 Stephen ClarkA final pre-launch weather briefing indicates conditions are now acceptable for liftoff.
ЦитироватьSoyuz | April 4, 2019Liftoff of Arianespace's latest Soyuz mission to orbit O3b satellitesSoyuz has lifted off from the Spaceport in French Guiana, carrying the 17th, 18th, 19th and 20th satellites in SES' O3b constellation – which will be deployed into a circular orbit during a flight sequence lasting 2 hours and 22 minutes.Payload lift performance for today's mission – which is designated Flight VS22 in Arianespace's launcher family numbering system – is estimated at 3,198 kg.Operational 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 spacecraft for O3b were successfully orbited by Arianespace using four Soyuz vehicles operating from the Guiana Space Center in 2013, 2014 and 2018.Flight VS22 is Arianespace's fourth mission of 2019 – and its second this year with a Soyuz launcher from the Spaceport.