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ЦитироватьCheops transfer03/12/2019ESA's Characterising Exoplanet Satellite, Cheops, encapsulated under the ASAP-S adapter of the Soyuz launcher, after having been moved to the platform of the transport module on 29 November. The two shells of the module were later closed and sealed before transport to the final integration building at Europe's Spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana.Cheops is ESA's first mission dedicated to the study of extrasolar planets, or exoplanets. It will observe bright stars that are already known to host planets, measuring minuscule brightness changes due to the planet's transit across the star's disc.
ЦитироватьCheops transfer03/12/2019ESA's Characterising Exoplanet Satellite, Cheops, inside the transport module during transfer to the final integration building on 29 November at Europe's Spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana.Cheops is ESA's first mission dedicated to the study of extrasolar planets, or exoplanets. It will observe bright stars that are already known to host planets, measuring minuscule brightness changes due to the planet's transit across the star's disc.
ЦитироватьSOOOA0374/19 - RESTRICTED AREA SOR4 ACTIVATED. ENTRY FORBIDDEN.FL245 - UNL, 15 DEC 09:00 2019 UNTIL 24 DEC 09:25 2019.CREATED: 02 DEC 21:14 2019A0375/19 - DANGEROUS AREA SOD1 ACTIVATEDUSED INFO WITH CALYPSO : 0594 223273 - 0594 335584.SFC - UNL, DAILY : 0754-0925, 17 DEC 07:54 2019 UNTIL 24 DEC 09:25 2019.CREATED: 02 DEC 21:17 2019A0376/19 - DANGEROUS AREA SOD2 ACTIVATEDUSED INFO WITH CALYPSO : 0594 223273 - 0594 335584.SFC - UNL, DAILY : 0754-0925, 17 DEC 07:54 2019 UNTIL 24 DEC 09:25 2019.CREATED: 02 DEC 21:20 2019A0377/19 - TEMPORARY DANGEROUS AREA ACTIVATED DUE TO ROCKET LAUNCHING SOYOUZZA/VS23 :LATERAL LIMITS AS FOLLOWS QUADRILATERAL :0830N05230W 0828N05215W 0753N05220W 0755N05234W.SFC - UNL, DAILY : 0754-0925, 17 DEC 07:54 2019 UNTIL 24 DEC 09:25 2019.CREATED: 02 DEC 21:32 2019TTZPA1842/19 - TEMPORARY RESTRICTED AREA ACTIVATED DUE TO FAIRING FALLING AREA OF SOYOUZ LAUNCH VS23.AREA BOUNDED BY COORDINATES: 1215N05242W 1214N05214W1112N05217W 1113N05245W.SFC - UNL, DAILY 0754 - 0925, 17 DEC 07:54 2019 UNTIL 24 DEC 09:25 2019.CREATED: 04 DEC 18:27 2019BGGLA0600/19 - DANGER AREA ACTIVATEDTEMPORARY DANGER AREA ESTABLISHED IN BGGL FIR PART OF THE BELOW MENTIONED AREA.SOYUZ ROCKET LAUNCH VS23 FROM FRENCH GUYANA SPACE CENTER.DEBRIS IMPACTED AREA BOUNDED BY:7035N06346W 7040N06203W 6911N06134W 6907N06310W.SFC - FL195, DAILY 0903-1020, 17 DEC 09:03 2019 UNTIL 24 DEC 10:20 2019.CREATED: 05 DEC 14:23 2019
ЦитироватьSoyuz | December 9, 2019Flight VS23: for its ninth mission of 2019, Arianespace at the service of Italy, ESA and CNESOn its ninth and final mission of 2019 —the third this year with the Soyuz medium-lift launcher from the Guiana Space Center (CSG) in French Guiana - Arianespace will perform a multiple launch at the service of innovative satellite solutions for European institutional needs.The COSMO-SkyMed Second Generation satellite for the Italian Space Agency and Minister of Defence will be the primary passenger of this flight, along with the Characterising Exoplanet Satellite (CHEOPS) on behalf of the European Space Agency (ESA). Three auxiliary payloads also will be on board: ANGELS and EYESAT for the French CNES space agency; and OPS-SAT for Tyvak on behalf of ESA.As demonstrated by this 49th Soyuz mission for Arianespace, the European launch services provider continues to address all Europe's need for flexible, reliable and independent access to space.Flight VS23 will be performed from the Soyuz Launch Complex (ELS) in Sinnamary, French Guiana.TARGETED ORBITS[/li]COSMO-SkyMed Second Generation satellite in a Sun-synchronous orbit with a semi-major-axis at 6,997 km. with an inclination of 97.81°degrees, CHEOPS in a Sun-synchronous orbit with a semi-major-axis at 7,078 km. with an inclination of 98.22°degrees, Three auxiliary payloads: OPS-SAT / EYESAT / ANGELS, in a Sun-synchronous orbit altitude at approximately 500 km.The Launch Readiness Review (LRR) will take place on Saturday, December 14, 2019 in Kourou to authorize the start of operations for the final countdown.The COSMO-SkyMed Second Generation satellite is an Earth observation spacecraft featuring state-of-the-art technologies and engineering solutions, further bolstering Italian leadership in this sector. It will be the fourth satellite launched by Arianespace for the Italian Space Agency (ASI) and the ninth performed in total for Italy (comprising ASI, the Italian Ministry of Defence and Telespazio).Manufactured by Thales Alenia Space (Italy), COSMO-SkyMed Second Generation will be the 162nd satellite manufactured by this constructor to be launched by Arianespace.The Characterising Exoplanet Satellite (CHEOPS) is an ESA mission implemented in partnership – in particular with Switzerland. This 74th satellite to be launched by Arianespace for ESA will mark the 52nd mission conducted by the launch services provider at the service of this space agency.CHEOPS is the first mission dedicated to studying bright, nearby stars that already are known to host exoplanets in order to make high-precision observations of the planet's size as it passes in front of its host star. The spacecraft will focus on planets in the super-Earth to Neptune size range, with its data enabling the bulk density of the planets to be derived – a first characterization step towards understanding these alien worlds.Airbus in Spain is prime contractor for the mission, with the University of Bern being responsible for the telescope.Three auxiliary payloads also will be on board the Soyuz launcher for Flight VS23:ANGELS (for: Argos Néo on a Generic Economical and Light Satellite), a 12U CubeSat, and is the French industry's first nanosatellite. It is jointly financed and developed by the French CNES space agency (Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales) and Hemeria – an innovative industrial group active in the aerospace, defense, energy, rail and automotive markets (which is an affiliate of Nexeya).EyeSat is a 3U CubeSat designed to study the zodiacal light and image the Milky Way. The EyeSat is being financed and developed by the French CNES space agency within the scope of the Janus project (Jeunes en Apprentissage pour la réalisation de Nanosatellites des Universités et des écoles de l'enseignement Supérieur), which is designed to encourage students in universities and engineering schools to develop their own very small satellites.OPS-SAT, a 3U CubeSat, is the world's first free-for-use, in-orbit testbed for new software, applications and techniques in satellite control. OPS-SAT was developed by the Graz University of Technology with subcontractors from Austria, Germany, Poland and Denmark. It will be operated by ESA from the European Space Operations Centre (ESOC) in Germany.For further information, download the Flight VS23 Launch Kit by clicking here: http://www.arianespace.com/press-kits/To watch a live, high-speed online transmission of the launch (including commentary in French and English from the launch site), go to arianespace.com or to youtube.com/arianespace on December 17, 2019, beginning 20 minutes before liftoff.
ЦитироватьCZEGF0589/19 - DESIGNATED AIRSPACE HANDBOOK (DAH) IS AMENDED AS FLW:CYD796 EDMONTON FIR IS ESTABLISHED: ROCKET HAZARD AREA BOUNDED BY 7035N 06346W - 7040N 06203W - 770730N 0730715W - 6911N 06134W - 6907N 06310W - 7035N 06346W.SFC TO UNL. ACFT SHOULD REMAIN CLR OF AREA DUE TO DANGER FM FALLING DEBRIS.SFC - UNL, DAILY 0900-1020, 17 DEC 09:00 2019 UNTIL 24 DEC 10:20 2019.CREATED: 09 DEC 19:09 2019
ЦитироватьCheops: Europe's Exoplanet Mission European Space Agency, ESA9 дек. 2019 г.
ЦитироватьSoyuz | December 9, 2019Preparations for Arianespace's year-ending Soyuz mission enter the payload integration phaseThe three auxiliary payloads on Arianespace's Flight VS23 make initial contact with launch vehicle hardware in this series of photos. Shown fr om left to right: ANGELS, OPS-SAT and EyeSat.Payload integration has begun for Arianespace's ninth and final flight of 2019, which will orbit innovative satellite solutions for European institutional needs using a Soyuz launch vehicle.To be performed December 17 from the Spaceport in French Guiana, the upcoming mission will deploy a primary passenger into sun-synchronous orbit – COSMO-SkyMed Second Generation and a secondary payload, the Characterising Exoplanet Satellite (CHEOPS) – along three auxiliary payloads: OPS-SAT, EyeSat and ANGELS (Argos Néo on a Generic Economical and Light Satellite).Preparations to date – including separate assembly, fit-check and fueling milestones (wh ere appropriate) – cleared the way for the start of payload integration, with CHEOPS to be installed inside the ASAP-S multi-passenger dispenser system and the auxiliary payloads to be assembled on the ASAP-S platform.The dispenser system then will be integrated on Soyuz' Fregat upper stage, followed by integration of COSMO-SkyMed Second Generation atop it. At this point, the combined unit will be encapsulated in Soyuz' protective payload fairing.A morning liftoff for SoyuzNext week's launch is set for a December 17 liftoff in the morning hours from the Spaceport's Soyuz Launch Complex (ELS) in Sinnamary, French Guiana. The mission is designated Flight VS23 in Arianespace's launcher family numbering system, signifying the 23rd Soyuz liftoff from the Spaceport.Flight VS23 follows two Arianespace medium-lift Soyuz flights performed from Europe's Spaceport in French Guiana – one orbiting OneWeb connectivity spacecraft in February; and the other lofting O3b constellation satellites two months later. Overall, it will be the ninth flight this year using the company's full family of launchers, which also includes the heavy-lift Ariane 5 and lightweight Vega.[/li]Larger versions of the photos above are available in the Gallery.Liftoff times for Flight VS23: [TH]Kourou,French Guiana[/TH][TH]UTC(Universal Time)[/TH][TH]Washington,D.C.[/TH][TH]Paris,France[/TH][TH]Rome,Italy[/TH][TH]Moscow,Russia[/TH][/TR][TR][TD]5:54:20 a.m. on Dec. 17[/TD][TD]8:54:20 on Dec. 17[/TD][TD]3:54:20 a.m. on Dec. 17[/TD][TD]9:54:20 a.m. on Dec. 17[/TD][TD]9:54:20 a.m. on Dec. 17[/TD][TD]11:54:20 a.m. on Dec. 17[/TD][/TR][/TABLE]
ЦитироватьComing Soon | VS23 - COSMO-SkyMed / CHEOPS / ANGELS / EYESAT / OPS-SAT arianespace10 дек. 2019 г.
ЦитироватьCZEGF0605/19 - DESIGNATED AIRSPACE HANDBOOK (DAH) IS AMENDED AS FLW:CYD796 EDMONTON FIR IS ESTABLISHED: ROCKET HAZARD AREA BOUNDED BY 7035N 06346W - 7040N 06203W - 6911N 06134W - 6907N 06310W - 7035N 06346W.SFC TO UNL. ACFT SHOULD REMAIN CLR OF AREA DUE TO DANGER FM FALLING DEBRIS.SFC - UNL, DAILY 0900-1020, 17 DEC 09:00 2019 UNTIL 24 DEC 10:20 2019.CREATED: 10 DEC 15:24 2019