SpaceX Starlink flight 1 - Falcon 9-072 (B1048.4) - CCAFS SLC-40 - 24.05.2019, 02:30 UTC

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ЦитироватьJulia [SCLA]‏ @julia_bergeron 1 мин. назад

Most likely my worst photo ever through the haze but a Falcon 9 just static fired as seen from US1.


ЦитироватьSpaceX‏Подлинная учетная запись @SpaceX 2 мин.2 минуты назад

Static fire test of Falcon 9 complete—targeting May 15 for launch of 60 Starlink satellites from Pad 40 in Florida



ЦитироватьSpaceXFleet Updates‏ @SpaceXFleet 17 ч. назад

Support ship progress as of this afternoon! OCISLY (Not pictured) is about 4 hours ahead of GO Quest. The Landing zone is approximately marked by 'LZ'.

4 ч. назад

Of Course I Still Love You has arrived at the landing zone ahead of the Starlink-1 mission!


ЦитироватьRaul‏ @Raul74Cz 1 ч. назад

Launch Hazard Areas for #SpaceX #Starlink-1 mission according NOTMAR/NOTAM messages. Droneship landing 621km downrange. Large Stage2 Reentry Debris Area south of Australia on the second orbit. 


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Цитировать魔法少女 モフ子 ‏ @moffmiyazaki 13 мая

.@SpaceX が打ち上げ予定の Starlink satellites の搭載、分離予想図


Прогноз видимости пуска и посадки 1-й ст РН по восточному побережью Северной Каролины
ЦитироватьFlight Club‏ @flightclubio 28 мин. назад

Anybody here living on the East Coast of North Carolina?

If so, you could get a pretty sexy view of the Falcon 9 booster landing tomorrow night after the #SpaceX #Starlink1 mission!

This is the view from nearby Jacksonville, NC


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Неплохая статья по низкоорбитальным системам. Чисто для ликбеза желающим - tnenergy неплохо пишет...
И мы пошли за так, на четвертак, за ради бога
В обход и напролом и просто пылью по лучу...


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Falcon 9 Starlink L-1 Forecast 15 May

Пусковой день (15.05) - = 80 % GO
Резервный день (16.05) - = 80 % GO

Цитировать05/15/2019 02:46 Stephen Clark

Forecasters from the U.S. Air Force's 45th Weather Squadron are predicting an 80 percent chance of acceptable conditions for liftoff of SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket Wednesday night.

The 90-minute launch window opens at 10:30 p.m. EDT Wednesday (0230 GMT Thursday). SpaceX's 229-foot-tall (70-meter) Falcon 9 rocket is set for liftoff from Cape Canaveral's Complex 40 launch pad.

A weak frontal boundary is forecast to be stalled across South Florida on Wednesday evening.

"The primary is concern is any enhanced cumulus clouds moving onshore," the Air Force weather team wrote in a forecast issued Tuesday. "Maximum upper-level winds will be from the west at 110 knots near 45,000 feet."

Weather conditions Wednesday night are predicted to be mostly clear, with a few clouds possible at 2,500 feet and scattered clouds at 28,000 feet.

Surface winds will be from the east at 10 to 15 mph, and the temperature at launch time is expected to be around 77 degrees Fahrenheit.

If the launch is delayed to Thursday, forecasters still predict an 80 percent chance of good weather.



ЦитироватьEach #SpaceX Starlink satellite weighs about 227 kilograms and features Hall thrusters powered by krypton.

Цитировать227 kg per satellite puts the total mass of the mission at around 13,620 kilograms. This will be the heaviest payload to date inside of a Falcon 9 payload fairing. #SpaceX


ЦитироватьTimeline for the #SpaceX #Starlink mission. #Falcon9 will place the 60 satellites in a 440 kilometer orbit. The satellites will then use onboard propulsion to reach an operational altitude of 550 kilometers.


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