Океан-1C (海洋一号03, Haiyang-1-03, HY-1C) - CZ-2C - Тайюань (TSLC) - 07.09.2018, 03:15 UTC

Автор tnt22, 06.09.2018 17:19:20

« назад - далее »

0 Пользователи и 1 гость просматривают эту тему.


НОРАД начал разбираться с объектами запуска

Наборы TLE на объект C удалены...


ЦитироватьChinese startups OneSpace, iSpace succeed with suborbital launches
by Andrew Jones — September 7, 2018


Orbital launch of Haiyang-1C satellite

Earlier at the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center, north China, the country's 24thlaunch of 2018 was carried out, seeing a Long March 2C place the Haiyang-1C marine-observation satellite into a 770 by 786-kilometer altitude SSO.

Launch occurred at 23:15 EDT Sept. 6 (03:15 UTC Friday), just ahead of the opening of a launch window declared by an airspace closure notice issued Thursday.

The China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC), the main space program contractor, confirmed success of the launch within the hour.

Haiyang-1C is the country's third marine-observation satellite and will help monitor ocean color and water temperatures and contribute to research on the global oceanic environment, according to state media.

According to Chinese sources, the China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology (CALT), tested use of a parafoil on one-half of the Long March 2C payload fairing, resulting in a more accurate, controlled landing.


ЦитироватьChina Launches New Marine Satellite


Опубликовано: 7 сент. 2018 г.

China sent a new marine satellite into orbit Friday to help improve understanding of maritime waters and climate change.

A Long March-2C rocket carrying the HY-1C satellite blast off at 11:15 from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center in north China's Shanxi Province.

The satellite HY-1C will help monitor ocean color and water temperatures, providing basic data for research on the global oceanic environment, according to the State Administration of Science, Technology and Industry for National Defense.

Its data will also be used in the survey of the resources and environment of China's offshore waters, islands and coastal zones, marine disaster relief and the sustainable utilization of ocean resources, said the administration.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0whORABF5Pshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0whORABF5Ps (1:30)


ЦитироватьEngineers Complete Rocket Tracking Task Successfully after Marine Satellite Launch


Опубликовано: 7 сент. 2018 г.

The operators at the radar measurement station successfully tracked the rocket and obtained the data of a marine satellite accurately within 300 seconds after launching.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z2xtT9IHJL4https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z2xtT9IHJL4 (1:26)


НОРАД определился с первыми двумя объектами запуска


Прилетело...   :(  Хоть и на парашюте  ;)  8)
ЦитироватьCosmic Penguin‏ @Cosmic_Penguin 20 ч. назад

This is the landed (part of) fairing half, together with a secondary parachute (no signs of the parafoil though).




ЦитироватьAndrew Jones‏ @AJ_FI 16 ч. назад

Aaaaaand here's first stage of the Chinese Long March 2C launched from Taiyuan on Friday (which helped the Haiyang-1C marine obs satellite reach orbit).

(video 0:10)


ЦитироватьChina's latest satellite launch used a parafoil to limit damage downrange
by Andrew Jones | Sep 10, 2018 11:47 | TAIYUANCASCLINKSPACE

A view from the payload fairing from the Long March 2C launch of the Haiyang-1C marine observation satellite on September 7, 2018. Sina Weibo/framegrab

China tested the use of a parafoil on the payload fairing of its latest orbital launch last Friday, with the aim of improving accuracy of its return to Earth and potentially eventual reusability.

The launch of the Haiyang-1C marine observation satellite took place at the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Centre in north China, with a Long March 2C rocket successfully placing the satellite into a 770 x 786 km altitude orbit inclined by 98.6 degrees.

China's traditional satellite launch sites are situated deep inland, due in main to the security concerns raised by the ongoing Cold War and Sino-Soviet split. This means discarded stages, boosters and payload fairings often fall to ground - sometimes in inhabited areas - instead of the oceans, as with US and European launches.

Following and inspired by the successes of SpaceX and Blue Origin in launching and landing and, in this case, attempting to recover payloads, the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC), the main space programme contractor, is seeking to bring similar technology to bear on its own launch vehicles.

For the first time, CASC obtained video footage from reentry of a payload fairing, 40 seconds of which can be seen below.
(video 0:40)
The 'Guiyan-1' reentry monitoring system attached to the payload fairing for the Long March 2C launch of the Haiyang-1C satellite on September 7, 2018.

According to the China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology (CALT), an institute under CASC, a parafoil was attached to part of the fairing to help guide its descent to Earth with 'improved accuracy', and prevent landing in undesirable areas.

Part of the fairing, which protects the launch payload until it is clear of the atmosphere, was apparently discovered.

According to a now-deleted article citing CALT employees, the system was designed, produced, tested and readied in just two months in order to give manoeuvrable gliding ability. Future tests could pave the way to capture and reuse of the components.

The payload fairing for China's Shenzhou-11 crewed space mission lands in an uninhabited area belonging to Yulin city in Shaanxi Province
Of more use however—both to CASC in economic terms and residents downrange of launches from Jiuquan in the northwest, Taiyuan, and Xichang in the southwest—would be achieving powered descent and landing of Chinese boosters.

Long March 3 launches from Xichang prove particularly hazardous, despite standard precautions including warnings and evacuations, to those downrange.

A burning booster which fell to Earth in Guangxi from the Long March 3B launch on January 12, 2018. Sina Weibo


ЦитироватьAndrew Jones‏ @AJ_FI 2 ч. назад

Some first images from the Chinese Haiyang-1C marine observation satellite launched last week from the ship AIS, colorimeter, coastal imager and UV imager instruments.
https://kuaibao.qq.com/s/20180912B1NXR700 ...


По сообщениям китайской прессы, Департамент развития науки и технологий Министерства природных ресурсов КНР выпустил сводный отчет о завершении орбитального тестирования КА «Океан-1C» (HY-1C). В отчете отмечается, что все функции спутниковой системы реализованы, достигнуты все заявленные возможности КА.


ЦитироватьChina's ocean observation satellites put into operation
Source: Xinhua | 2019-06-29 20:27:06|Editor: Liangyu

BEIJING, June 29 (Xinhua) -- China's two ocean observation satellites, HY-1C and HY-2B, have completed their in-orbit delivery, according to the Ministry of Natural Resources.

The two satellites represent the country's highest level of marine remote sensing satellites and the delivery signified that China's first batch of ocean observation satellites became operational.

Ling Yueming, vice minister of natural resources, said China will take advantage of both land and ocean observation satellites and create a network for natural resources monitoring, which will support ecological protection.

China will promote satellite data sharing to serve environmental protection, transportation and agriculture as well as other industries, Ling added.

The HY-1C was launched in September 2018 and had a designed life of five years. It will help monitor ocean color and water temperatures, providing basic data for research on the global oceanic environment.


ЦитироватьВ Китае запустили онлайновую систему океанографических спутниковых данных
2020-05-14 16:02:52丨Russian.News.Cn
Пекин, 14 мая /Синьхуа/ -- В Китае на днях запустили онлайновую систему океанографических спутниковых данных. Об этом сообщил в четверг новостной портал China Natural Resources News.
Система разработана Государственным центром по применению спутниковой океанографической информации при Министерстве природных ресурсов КНР. Ее данные доступны для 838 зарегистрированных пользователей и 161 организации.
К данному моменту количество посещений системы достигло 20 тыс.
Пользователи системы могут наводить справки об океанографических спутниковых данных за сутки, неделю и месяц, и загружать их на публичном аккаунте центра в Вичате /WeChat/.
Система позволяет пользователям своевременно ознакомиться с данными различных видов полезной нагрузки, размещенной на борту спутников "Хайян-1", "Хайян-2", а также китайско-французского океанографического спутника.


ЦитироватьКитай использует спутниковую сеть для мониторинга наводнений на востоке страны
2020-07-22 17:02:53丨Russian.News.Cn
Пекин, 22 июля /Синьхуа/ -- Государственный центр по океанографическому применению спутников /NSOAS/ Министерства природных ресурсов КНР использует сеть из спутников HY-1C, HY-1D и Gaofen-3 для осуществления непрерывного мониторинга ситуации с наводнениями в районе крупнейшего в стране пресноводного озера Поянху в провинции Цзянси /Восточный Китай/.
Сеть, сформированная указанными тремя спутниками, может получать данные о наводнениях два раза каждые три дня. Начиная с 17 июня этого года, NSOAS обработал более 40 единиц графических данных, сообщила в среду китайская газета "Кэцзи жибао" /Science and Technology Daily/.
Эти изображения дистанционного зондирования были переданы ведомствам по управлению чрезвычайными ситуациями и штабу по борьбе с наводнениями и засухой провинции Цзянси для оказания помощи в принятии решений по восстановительным работам после стихийных бедствий.
Спутники HY-1C и HY 1-D способные принимать высококачественные снимки на высокочастотной основе. Состояние воды под поверхностью водоемов в бассейне озера Поянху также может быть четко отслежено, пишет газета.
Спутник HY-1D был выведен на орбиту 11 июня текущего года. Спутниковая сеть, сформированная HY-1C и HY-1D, может быстрыми темпами и крупномасштабно осуществлять мониторинг океана, прибрежной зоны, а также земельных и водных ресурсов.