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GPS III SV03 “Columbus” - Falcon 9 (B1060.1) - CCAFS SLC-40 - 30.06.2020, 20:10:46 UTC

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Цитата: undefined Chris B - NSF @NASASpaceflight 3 ч. назад

More realignments, but right now the plan is looking like....

Falcon 9 Starlink Static Fire        - 39A     - Wednesday.
Falcon 9 GPS III-3 Static Fire - SLC-40 - Thursday.
Falcon 9 Starlink Launch            - 39A     - Thursday.

Subject to change, but....

#TwoF9sOutdoorsAtSameTimePotential

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Береговая охрана США опубликовала закрываемые в Сев Атлантике зоны на пуск

Источник, стр 6.

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Пуск 30 июня с.г. в окне с 19:51 до 21:02 UTC, примерное время старта 19:56 UTC

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Цитата: undefined Spaceflight Now @SpaceflightNow 1 ч. назад

While SpaceX gears up for launch of a previously-flown Falcon 9 booster at pad 39A Friday, teams are fueling a brand new Falcon 9 rocket for a test-firing around 10am EDT (1400 GMT) ahead of liftoff June 30 with a GPS navigation satellite. https://spaceflightnow.com




1 ч. назад

SpaceX continues fueling a Falcon 9 rocket at pad 40 for a static fire test at 10am EDT (1400 GMT) for a GPS launch next week. This will be the second test-firing of two different Falcon 9 rockets at the Florida spaceport in less than 24 hours. https://spaceflightnow.com


tnt22

Цитата: undefined Spaceflight Now @SpaceflightNow 1 ч. назад

SpaceX has test-fired a Falcon 9 rocket at Cape Canaveral's Complex 40 launch pad, setting the stage for a liftoff June 30 with the US Space Force's next GPS navigation satellite. https://spaceflightnow.com




 William Harwood @cbs_spacenews 1 ч. назад

F9/GPS3: SpaceX carried out a Falcon 9 static firing today at CCAFS LC-40, 1 day after a similar test at KSC LC-39A; ignition today came at 10 AM EDT and firing appeared normal. As usual, we will now stand by for an update from SpaceX on launch status


tnt22

Цитата: undefined SpaceX @SpaceX 31 мин. назад

Static fire test complete - targeting Tuesday, June 30 for Falcon 9 launch of GPS III Space Vehicle 03 from Space Launch Complex 40 in Florida

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Цитата: undefined Ken Kremer @ken_kremer 3 ч. назад

2 #SpaceX #Falcon9 rockets raised vertical on 2 pads - fully integrated #Starlink rocket at left & booster minus #GPSIII @SpaceForceDoD payload to right of giant LOX tank.Both static fired successfully 16 h apart yesterday/today. Launches jun 26 & 30.Cred Ken Kremer/spaceupclose


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Цитата: undefined Gavin - SpaceXFleet.com @SpaceXFleet 3 ч. назад

Tugboat Lauren Foss is closing in on Cape Canaveral and will arrive overnight tonight.

She will then tow 'Just Read the Instructions' droneship ~634 km downrange to the booster landing zone for the GPS III SV03 mission.


tnt22

Цитата: undefined SpaceGal @_SpaceGal_ 7 ч. назад

@SpaceX GPS3 SV03 being transported to KSC



tnt22

Цитата: undefined SpaceGal @_SpaceGal_ 6 ч. назад

@SpaceX @elonmusk #GPS3SV03 being transported to Kennedy Space Center ahead of Launch The size is unbelievable
https://video.twimg.com/ext_tw_video/1276353525811986434/pu/vid/1280x720/FeEBcwFoIBmwhD9A.mp4 (1:00)

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https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/06/26/gps-satellite-ready-for-installation-on-falcon-9-rocket-launch-next-week/

Цитата: undefinedGPS satellite ready for installation on Falcon 9 rocket for launch next week

June 26, 2020Stephen Clark


The third GPS 3-series navigation satellite, named "Columbus," is seen before shipment from Lockheed Martin's factory in Denver. Credit: Lockheed Martin

The U.S. military's next GPS navigation satellite moved to a SpaceX launch facility late Thursday at Cape Canaveral, ready for attachment with a Falcon 9 rocket for liftoff June 30 to take the place of an aging GPS spacecraft launched from Florida's Space Coast more than 20 years ago.

Built by Lockheed Martin, the spacecraft was closed up inside the payload shroud of its Falcon 9 rocket Sunday inside the Astrotech payload processing facility in Titusville, then trucked to Cape Canaveral Air Force Station late Thursday. Once in position inside a SpaceX rocket hangar, ground teams planned to mount the spacecraft and payload fairing to the Falcon 9 launcher that will carry the GPS satellite into orbit.

The third in the military's new GPS 3-series of navigation satellites is scheduled for launch from Cape Canaveral's Complex 40 launch pad during a 15-minute window opening at 3:55 p.m. EDT (1955 GMT) Tuesday, June 30.

The GPS 3 SV03 spacecraft follows the launch of SV01 and SV02 in December 2018 and August 2019. Those satellites launched on SpaceX Falcon 9 and United Launch Alliance Delta 4 rockets, respectively.

Both of the previous GPS 3-series satellites are healthy, according to the U.S. Space Force's Space and Missile Systems Center. They were "set healthy" and officially entered the operational GPS constellation Jan. 13 and April 1, an SMC spokesperson said.

The GPS 3 SV03 satellite will launch into an elliptical transfer orbit aboard the Falcon 9 rocket. After deployment from the launch vehicle, the GPS satellite will use its own propulsion system to reach a circular orbit inclined 55 degrees to the equator at an altitude of about 12,550 miles (20,200 kilometers).

The launch June 30 is timed to place the GPS 3 SV03 spacecraft into Plane E, Slot 4 of the GPS constellation. That position is currently occupied by a GPS satellite launched May 10, 2000, from Cape Canaveral on a Delta 2 rocket. Military officials did not say whether that satellite, which was originally designed for a 10-year mission, will be decommissioned or moved to another slot in the GPS network.

The GPS satellites are spread among six orbital planes, each with four primary spacecraft, plus spares.

The GPS network provides positioning and timing services worldwide for military and civilian users, beaming signals relied upon by airliners, ATMs, drivers and smart bombs, among numerous other users.

The GPS 3 satellites provide more accurate navigation signals and boasting longer design lifetimes of 15 years. The new GPS 3 satellites also broadcast e a new L1C civilian signal that is compatible with Europe's Galileo network and Japan's Quasi-Zenith Satellite System.

Other space-based navigation networks operated by Japan and China are also adopting similar compatible signals.

Like the previous line of Boeing-built GPS 2F satellites, all GPS 3-series spacecraft broadcast a dedicated L5 signal geared to support air navigation. The GPS 3 satellites also continue beaming an encrypted military-grade navigation signal known as M-code.

The M-code signal allows GPS satellites to broadcast higher-power, jam-resistant signals over specific regions, such as a military theater or battlefield. The capability provides U.S. and allied forces with more reliable navigation services, and could also allow the military to intentionally disrupt or jam civilian-grade GPS signals in a particular region, while the M-code signal remains unimpeded.

L3Harris Technologies builds the navigation payloads for the GPS 3 satellites.


SpaceX test-fired a brand new Falcon 9 rocket Thursday on pad 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in preparation for the GPS satellite launch. Credit: William Harwood/CBS News

The launch June 30 will be the first dedicated flight by SpaceX for the U.S. Space Force since the new military branch was established in December.

It comes four days after the scheduled launch Friday of a different Falcon 9 rocket from pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, a few miles to the north of pad 40. That mission was set to loft 57 satellites for SpaceX's Starlink broadband Internet constellation, along with a pair of commercial Earth-imaging microsatellites for BlackSky.

SpaceX test-fired the Falcon 9 rocket assigned to the GPS launch Thursday, less than a day after a similar static fire test of the Falcon booster for the Starlink/BlackSky mission.

Unlike SpaceX's launch of the first GPS 3-series satellite in 2018, military officials overseeing the flight have allowed SpaceX to set aside enough propellant reserve on the Falcon 9 booster to attempt a landing on an offshore drone ship in the Atlantic Ocean. SpaceX flew the Falcon 9 rocket in a fully expendable configuration for the GPS 3 SV01 launch in 2018.

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Цитата Gavin - SpaceXFleet.com @SpaceXFleet 44 мин. назад

Just Read the Instructions droneship is preparing to depart from Port Canaveral.


41 мин. назад

Tugboat Lauren Foss will be towing JRTI - the first time for this ship.


tnt22

Цитата Gavin - SpaceXFleet.com @SpaceXFleet 53 мин. назад

Just Read the Instructions droneship has departed from Port Canaveral!

JRTI was assigned to support the GPS mission and OCISLY to Starlink. The two landing zones are only ~50 km apart so swapping the droneships around could be possible.

Photo via WKMG http://ClickOrlando.com


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Прогноз погоды L-4 на 30 июня 2020 г. (UTC)

Falcon 9 GPS III L-4 Forecast 30 Jun
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Цитата: undefinedHYDROLANT 2042/20

EASTERN SOUTH ATLANTIC.
SOUTHWESTERN INDIAN OCEAN.
DNC 01, DNC 02.
1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS, SPACE DEBRIS
    010213Z TO 010329Z JUL, ALTERNATE 020209Z JUL TO 020325Z JUL
    IN AREA BOUND BY
        40-00S 011-00E, 38-00S 014-00E,
        48-36S 032-30E, 51-24S 029-54E.
2. CANCEL THIS MSG 020425Z JUL 20.//

Authority: EASTERN RANGE 192001Z JUN 20.

Date: 250330Z JUN 20
Cancel: 02042500 Jul 20


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SOUTHWESTERN INDIAN OCEAN.
DNC 01, DNC 02.
1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS, SPACE DEBRIS
    010213Z TO 010329Z JUL, ALTERNATE 020209Z JUL TO 020325Z JUL
    IN AREA BOUND BY
        40-00S 011-00E, 38-00S 014-00E,
        48-36S 032-30E, 51-24S 029-54E.
2. CANCEL THIS MSG 020425Z JUL 20.//

Authority: EASTERN RANGE 192001Z JUN 20.

Date: 250348Z JUN 20
Cancel: 02042500 Jul 20

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Цитата: undefined Michael Baylor @nextspaceflight 7 ч. назад

The @LockheedMartin-built GPS III SV03 spacecraft being encapsulated in the Falcon 9 payload fairing ahead of launch on June 30 at 3:55 pm Eastern.

SpaceX



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Прогноз погоды L-3 на 30 июня 2020 г. (UTC)

Falcon 9 GPS III L-3 Forecast 30 Jun
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Цитата: undefined Gavin - SpaceXFleet.com @SpaceXFleet 3 ч. назад

Recovery fleet update!

OCISLY droneship is returning to Port Canaveral - Starlink postponed until after GPS. JRTI droneship is en-route to the GPS LZ.

Ms. Tree and Ms. Chief remain offshore at the fairing recovery zone. Crew ship GO Quest is at Morehead City Port to resupply.


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https://www.losangeles.af.mil/News/Article-Display/Article/2234542/third-gps-iii-satellite-encapsulated-in-falcon-9-payload-fairing-ahead-of-launch/#.Xva2Rs9MO3g.twitter

Цитата: undefinedThird GPS III satellite encapsulated in Falcon 9 payload fairing ahead of Launch
SMC Public Affairs / Published June 26, 2020



The GPS III SV03 satellite is encapsulated within a SpaceX payload fairing June 21 in preparation for its upcoming launch. Encapsulation protects the satellite against the impact of dynamic pressure and aerodynamic heating during its journey through the earth's atmosphere, and supports the satellite's ability to communicate until separation from the launch vehicle on-orbit. GPS III SV 03 is set to launch from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station aboard a Falcon 9 launch vehicle, June 30 The 15-minute launch window opens at 3:55 p.m. EDT. (Photo courtesy of SpaceX)

CAPE CANAVERAL AIR FORCE STATION, Fla. --
The Space and Missile Systems Center's Lockheed Martin-built GPS III SV03 satellite was encapsulated within a SpaceX payload fairing at Astrotech on June 21 in preparation for its upcoming launch on June 30 from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida.

Encapsulation of the satellite within the payload fairing protects the satellite against the impact of dynamic pressure and aerodynamic heating during its harrowing journey through the earth's atmosphere, and supports the ability to communicate with the satellite until separation from the launch vehicle on-orbit.

Originally scheduled to launch on April 29, the GPS III-3 mission took a 60-day tactical pause in order to implement new health and safety measures to protect launch and operations crew during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. This pause allowed SMC to design and implement these measures in collaboration with contractor and launch provider partners as well as medical professionals. There were no impacts to the readiness and availability of the GPS constellation, which remains healthy. The impact to cost and launch schedule was minimal.

GPS III SV03 is now ready to be rolled out to its pad at Space Launch Complex-40, where it will be mated with the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. It is scheduled for launch on June 30. The 15-minute launch window opens at 3:55 p.m. EDT.

SV03 will join the current 31-satellite operational constellation to continue to provide the "gold standard" in positioning, navigation, and timing services for more than four billion users worldwide.

As the U.S. enters a new era with space as a warfighting domain, SMC is re-architecting efforts which will manage other significant U.S. acquisition agility initiatives to drive innovation within the space enterprise and speed the delivery of new capabilities to warfighters.

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Цитата Raul @Raul74Cz 26 июн.

NOTMAR Launch Hazard Areas for #SpaceX #GPS III SV03 mission, valid for Jun 30, alternatively Jul 01. Droneship landing for B1060.1 634km downrange. Stage 2 deorbit southwards of Cape Town between T+06h17m to T+07h33m. http://bit.do/LHA11



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Прогноз погоды L-2 на 30 июня 2020 г. (UTC)

Falcon 9 GPS III L-2 Forecast 30 Jun
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