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Цитатаtnt22 написал: ЦитатаAlex Immortal написал: tnt22 почему не Flight 2?Предыдущий был 0.9
ЦитатаAlex Immortal написал: tnt22 почему не Flight 2?
ЦитатаAlex Immortal написал:т.е. предыдущий пуск, по идее нужно считать как Flight 1, а данный пуск как Flight 2.
ЦитатаAlex Immortal написал:Вот, на Реддите пишут, что первая миссия была полноценной... https://www.reddit.com/r/spacex/comments/dgqcb6/2nd_starlink_mission_launch_campaign_thread/ This launch is expected to be similar to the previous launch in May of this year
ЦитатаAlex Immortal написал:Нужно ждать официальной инфы от Спэйсов.
ЦитатаSpaceX to reuse payload fairing for first time on Nov. 11 launchNovember 5, 2019 | Stephen ClarkSpaceX retrieved two halves of the payload fairing fr om a Falcon Heavy launch April 11 . Credit: Elon Musk/SpaceXA SpaceX launch set for Nov. 11 will mark the first Falcon 9 mission to use a payload fairing from a previous flight, the company announced Tuesday, shortly after SpaceX engineers at Cape Canaveral test-fired the mission's first stage booster, also refurbished and reused.The Falcon 9 launch scheduled for next Monday -- and previously planned for October -- will loft 60 satellites for SpaceX's Starlink broadband network, joining 60 other test craft deployed on a Falcon 9 flight in May.The launch window opens at 9:51 a.m. EST (1451 GMT) Monday and extends for approximately 11 minutes. It will be SpaceX's first launch since Aug. 6, and the first ground-based launch from Cape Canaveral since Aug. 22.The U.S. Air Force-run Eastern Range at Cape Canaveral supported the Oct. 10 launch of an air-dropped Pegasus XL rocket over the Atlantic Ocean east of Florida.SpaceX has not said what caused the delay in the Starlink mission from October to Nov. 11.SpaceX test-fired the Falcon 9 rocket's first stage booster at 12:30 p.m. EST (1730 GMT) Tuesday at Cape Canaveral's Complex 40 launch pad. The Falcon 9's nine Merlin 1D first stage engines fired for several seconds, throttling up to produce 1.7 million pounds of thrust while hold-down restraints kept the rocket firmly on the ground.The commercial launch provider confirmed in a tweet that the Falcon 9 rocket is on track for a Nov. 11 launch with the next 60 Starlink broadband satellites. SpaceX also announced the mission would be the first to fly with a reused payload shroud, which shields sensitive satellite payloads during the first few minutes of flight through the thick lower atmosphere.Last month, a senior SpaceX official said the Starlink flight would be the company's first mission to fly a Falcon 9 first stage booster for a fourth launch.The Falcon 9 rocket fires its engines during a static fire test Tuesday, Nov. 5. Credit: Spaceflight NowSpaceX said the fairing on next week's launch first flew April 11 on the company's Falcon Heavy rocket. The Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy use the same type of clamshell-like composite payload shroud, composed of two pieces and measuring 43 feet (13.1 meters) tall and 17 feet (5.2 meters) wide.The fairing jettisons from the rocket a few minutes after liftoff. Each half of the fairing is fitted with avionics, thrusters and steerable parachutes to make a soft landing. The company wants to reuse the fairing, eyeing it as the next step in reducing launch costs after proving the landing and reuse of Falcon booster stages.Other launch providers dispose of the fairing, but SpaceX has sought for several years to retrieve the components for refurbishment and reuse.Elon Musk, SpaceX's founder and CEO, told reporters last year that the fairing costs around $6 million.The two fairing halves from the Arabsat 6A mission gently fell into the Atlantic under their parachutes, wh ere recovery vessels retrieved the structures. SpaceX's tweet suggested both halves of the fairing will be re-flown on the Starlink launch. A company spokesperson did not respond to a request to clarify.SpaceX successfully caught a fairing with a net for the first time after a Falcon Heavy launch in June. The giant net is carried aboard a recovery vessel named "Ms. Tree." SpaceX has since outfitted a second boat, named "Ms. Chief," for fairing recovery missions, and the company could attempt to catch both fairing halves with the two vessels after the Starlink launch next week.SpaceX has modified the architecture for its Starlink network, which aims to provide global broadband Internet service, since launching the first 60 Starlink satellites in May.The Federal Communications Commission submitted documents to the ITU on Oct. 7 outlining SpaceX's ambition to operate the 30,000 additional Starlink satellites, beyond the 12,000 already authorized by the FCC.Gwynne Shotwell, SpaceX's president and chief operating officer, said in September that the company plans as many as 24 Starlink launches next year.Each Starlink satellite weighs about 500 pounds, or 227 kilograms. The satellites launched in May each carried a krypton ion propulsion system and Ku-band antennas for high-speed communication links.SpaceX is in competition with other planned satellite "mega-constellations" targeting the broadband market, such as OneWeb and Amazon's Kuiper network.The initial set of Starlink satellites will fly in 341-mile-high (550-kilometer) orbits inclined 53 degrees to the equator. In August, SpaceX requested approval from the Federal Communications Commission to fly up to 1,584 Starlink satellites in 72 different orbital pathways, a change from the the commission's earlier authorization for SpaceX to operate the same number of spacecraft in 24 planes.SpaceX says the realignment will allow the Starlink network to begin providing broadband services to parts of the United States with fewer satellites and launches than previously planned. The Starlink fleet could offer service to the northern United States, Canada and locations at similar latitudes as soon as next year, the company said.The Starlink network could provide coverage over all populated areas after 24 launches, SpaceX said.
Цитата Geoff Barrett :f09f9a80: @GeoffdBarrett 4 нояб.Things are bound to change but right now I am super excited for the upcoming @SpaceX Starlink launch in a week.#Starlink #Falcon9
Цитатаvlad7308 написал:Пора в России запрещать старлинк
Цитата Chris G - NSF @ChrisG_NSF 29 мин. назадQuick jump ahead to Monday for long-range weather. OF COURSE, wait for the official forecast, but right now looking great for Monday morning#SpaceX #Starlink #Falcon9
ЦитатаNAVAREA IV 971/19WESTERN NORTH ATLANTIC.FLORIDA1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS, ROCKET LAUNCHING 111446Z TO 111554Z NOV, ALTERNATE 121424Z TO 121532Z NOV IN AREAS BOUND BY: A. 28-36-36N 080-35-43W, 28-44-00N 080-29-00W, 29-08-00N 079-59-00W, 29-06-00N 079-56-00W, 28-49-00N 080-09-00W, 28-30-26N 080-33-00W, 28-31-49N 080-33-40W. B. 31-53-00N 076-54-00W, 32-40-00N 076-15-00W, 34-05-00N 074-59-00W, 33-44-00N 074-18-00W, 32-32-00N 074-47-00W, 31-45-00N 076-45-00W.2. CANCEL THIS MSG 121632Z NOV 19.Authority: EASTERN RANGE 011648Z NOV 19.Date: 060831Z NOV 19
ЦитатаHYDROPAC 3659/19SOUTHERN INDIAN OCEAN.SOUTHEASTERN INDIAN OCEAN.DNC 03, DNC 04, DNC 05.1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS, SPACE DEBRIS 111656Z TO 111740Z NOV, ALTERNATE 121634Z TO 121719Z NOV IN AREA BOUND BY 29-43S 060-07E, 24-55S 064-27E, 38-45S 084-30E, 45-12S 099-45E, 49-46S 119-13E, 50-42S 138-19E, 48-50S 156-44E, 51-46S 158-08E, 54-42S 148-32E, 56-20S 131-03E, 55-52S 107-50E, 49-11S 085-05E, 34-32S 064-13E.2. CANCEL THIS MSG 121819Z NOV 19.Authority: EASTERN RANGE 011648Z NOV 19.Date: 060909Z NOV 19
Цитата Raul @Raul74Cz 27 мин. назадLaunch Hazard Areas for #SpaceX #Starlink V1.0-L1 mission. Droneship landing 629km downrange. Estimated fairing halves capture attempt by GO Ms.Tree and Ms.Chief approx.730km downrange. Stage2 Reentry Debris Area south of Australia on the second orbit. http://bit.do/LHA10
ЦитатаAlex-DX написал: Цитатаvlad7308 написал:Пора в России запрещать старлинк Как же его запретишь?Только если свой старлинк запустить и с помощью его глушить.
ЦитатаVSATman написал: Цитатаvlad7308 написал:Пора в России запрещать старлинк Он и так работать тут не будет, ему для работы нужны наземные Гейтвеи с шагом в 800..1000 км..для коннекта с интернетом ..плюс еще и возможность деньги собирать и абонентские терминалы ввозить..да и в целом пока СПейс Х в первую очередь целится на рынок США..