CE-SAT-1B, Flock 4e (5x), Faraday-1 - Electron (fl 13) - Mahia, LC1 – 04.07.2020, 21:19 UTC авария

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30.06.2020 01:52:09 #20 Последнее редактирование: 30.06.2020 01:55:04 от tnt22
Цитата: tnt22 от 29.06.2020 23:26:40Первая ласточка: уведомление воздухоплавателям, выведение на ССО
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NOTAMs
Цитата: undefinedNZZC

B3454/20 - TEMPO DANGER AREA NZD493 (EAST MAHIA) IS PRESCRIBED AS FLW:
ALL THAT AIRSPACE BOUNDED BY A LINE JOINING
39 47 00.0 S 178 55 35.0 E
42 35 00.0 S 175 30 30.0 E
41 50 00.0 S 175 40 00.0 E
39 14 20.0 S 177 36 32.8 E
39 06 00.0 S 177 36 32.8 E
39 06 00.0 S 177 54 00.0 E
38 59 00.0 S 178 14 00.0 E
39 08 03.9 S 178 16 31.5 E
39 47 00.0 S 178 55 35.0 E
ACTIVITY: ROCKET LAUNCH ACT AND SPACE DEBRIS RETURN
USER AGENCY: ROCKET LAB RANGE CONTROL CENTRE, TEL +64 28 255 11638 PRESCRIBED PURSUANT TO CIVIL AVIATION RULE PART 71 UNDER A DELEGATED AUTHORITY ISSUED BY THE DIRECTOR OF CIVIL AVIATION.
SFC - FL999, 03 JUL 20:40 2020 UNTIL 03 JUL 22:40 2020.
CREATED: 29 JUN 22:07 2020


NZZO

B3451/20 - TEMPO DANGER AREA NZD095 (SOUTH AUCKLAND OCEANIC FIR) IS PRESCRIBED AS FLW:
ALL THAT AIRSPACE BOUNDED BY A LINE JOINING
51 20 S 176 30 E
63 30 S 171 00 E
61 45 S 164 30 E
49 45 S 171 45 E
51 20 S 176 30 E
ACTIVITY: ROCKET LAUNCH ACT AND SPACE DEBRIS RETURN
USER AGENCY: ROCKET LAB RANGE CONTROL CENTRE, TEL +64 28 255 11638 PRESCRIBED PURSUANT TO CIVIL AVIATION RULE PART 71 UNDER A DELEGATED AUTHORITY ISSUED BY THE DIRECTOR OF CIVIL AVIATION.
SFC - FL999, 03 JUL 20:40 2020 UNTIL 03 JUL 22:40 2020.
CREATED: 29 JUN 21:09 2020


B3453/20 - TEMPO DANGER AREA NZD094 (SOUTH AUCKLAND OCEANIC FIR) IS PRESCRIBED AS FLW:
ALL THAT AIRSPACE BOUNDED BY A LINE JOINING
44 35 00 S 179 59 00 E
50 04 00 S 177 15 00 E
48 30 00 S 172 25 00 E
43 04 30 S 174 51 00 E
39 47 00 S 178 55 35 E
44 35 00 S 179 59 00 E
ACTIVITY: ROCKET LAUNCH ACT AND SPACE DEBRIS RETURN
USER AGENCY: ROCKET LAB RANGE CONTROL CENTRE, TEL +64 28 255 11638 PRESCRIBED PURSUANT TO CIVIL AVIATION RULE PART 71 UNDER A DELEGATED AUTHORITY ISSUED BY THE DIRECTOR OF CIVIL AVIATION.
SFC - FL999, 03 JUL 20:40 2020 UNTIL 03 JUL 22:40 2020.
CREATED: 29 JUN 21:30 2020

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Цитата: undefined Peter Beck @Peter_J_Beck 4 ч. назад

Don't let the rainbow fool you. The weather at LC-1 was so bad today. It's not looking much better tomorrow either......

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Уведомления мореплавателям

NOTMARs
Цитата: undefinedHYDROPAC 1935/20

WESTERN SOUTH PACIFIC.
NEW ZEALAND.
DNC 06.
1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS 1913Z TO 2233Z DAILY 03 THRU 16 JUL:
    A. ROCKET LAUNCHING IN AREA BOUND BY
        39-14.5S 177-48.5E, 39-14.0S 177-50.8E,
        39-14.0S 177-54.0E, 39-17.0S 178-00.0E,
        39-40.0S 178-00.0E, 39-40.0S 177-43.0E.
    B. SPACE DEBRIS IN AREA BOUND BY
        44-24S 175-30E, 44-24S 177-00E,
        47-30S 176-30E, 47-30S 174-54E.
2. CANCEL THIS MSG 162333Z JUL 20.//

Authority: CNW 139/20 292141Z JUN 20.

Date: 292243Z JUN 20
Cancel: 16233300 Jul 20


HYDROPAC 1936/20

WESTERN SOUTH PACIFIC.
DNC 06.
1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS, SPACE DEBRIS
    1913Z TO 2233Z DAILY 03 THRU 16 JUL
    IN AREA BOUND BY
        54-00S 172-12E, 54-00S 173-00E,
        57-30S 172-00E, 57-30S 170-00E.
2. CANCEL THIS MSG 162333Z JUL 20.//

Authority: NAVAREA XIV 110/20 292141Z JUL 20.

Date: 292255Z JUN 20
Cancel: 16233300 Jul 20

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Цитата Rocket Lab @RocketLab 1 ч. назад

Lots of launch pads, we got 'em. Electron is on the pad at LC-1A this week with a front row view of construction progress on LC-1B.
https://video.twimg.com/ext_tw_video/1278418917698895878/pu/vid/1280x720/db2mHiqhMXPnetiu.mp4 (0:45)

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03.07.2020 00:38:59 #26 Последнее редактирование: 03.07.2020 00:41:56 от tnt22
Едем вправо...

Цитата: undefined Rocket Lab @RocketLab 53 мин. назад

High winds and heavy rain are headed towards LC-1 in the next few days, so we're now targeting no earlier than 21:13, 5 July UTC for the #PicsOrItDidntHappen mission.

NZT | 09:13 (06 July)
PT   | 14:13 (05 July)
ET   | 17:13 (05 July)



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ЦитатаFaraday-1 by In-Space Missions

 Faraday Missions

29 июн. 2020 г.

Faraday-1 is In-Space Missions' first satellite designed to provide access to space at a competitive and affordable cost. The pioneering mission will be carrying 7 payloads from different organisations globally, including Airbus Defence and Space, Kleos Space, Lacuna Space, the Space Environment Research Centre in Canberra, Canadensys Aerospace and Aeternum.

youtu.be/eRRQcW-CNzk

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eRRQcW-CNzk (1:15)

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https://www.faradaymission.space/in-space-launches-faraday-1-satellite/

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UK SME In-Space launches first in a series of Innovative Smallsat Missions
1st July 2020

Faraday-1 will provide a turnkey service for commercial customers and research organisations

Access to space at a competitive and affordable cost

  • In-Space Missions, a UK SME based in Bordon, Hampshire, is preparing for launch of its pioneering mission Faraday-1, the first in a series of satellites that will provide a turnkey service for commercial customers and research organisations wanting to access to space at a competitive and affordable cost
  • Faraday-1 will be launched from New Zealand on Friday 3rd July 2020, on one of Rocket Lab's Electron Rocket, with the satellite hosting seven payloads from different organisations.

In-Space Missions is a pioneering UK SME, working in the new space arena, providing affordable access to space which historically has been a hurdle for many organisations. The Faraday-1 maiden satellite is set to launch on Friday 3rd July on an Electron Rocket from New Zealand at 21.13.42 UTC, hosting seven payloads from different organisations globally, including Airbus Defence and Space, Kleos Space, Lacuna Space, the Space Environment Research Centre in Canberra, Canadensys Aerospace, Aeternum, and a major industry player.

The payloads will demonstrate a range of applications including the Internet of Things (IoT), on-orbit characterisation of an adaptive optics corrected ground-based laser, 360-degree optical video imaging, and RF spectrum monitoring. In addition, Faraday-1 will prototype the vision system and content processing for SpaceTime Enterprises, an In-Space joint venture providing real-time video from space. It will also de-risk key elements of CubeScale, a plug-and-play low cost scaling product that makes use of CubeSat technology. And finally, DSTL will be using the Faraday-1 mission platform to test satellite operations communications for future knowledge-sharing between nations.

In-Space Missions CEO, Doug Liddle, said: "We have been working on this pioneering mission for nearly two years, from concept to this point, and can't wait for launch. It has been exciting working with such a broad spectrum of commercial customers and we were very encouraged by the diversity of the payloads on our first launch.

"It's been an interesting few years, but once everything was shipped to New Zealand and out of our hands, our fingers have been crossed as the days count down. Faraday-1 is the first of many future Faraday satellites, and these will progress using a range of platforms to further improve the economies of scale, while reducing the cost and time for payloads to reach orbit."

Airbus Defence and Space UK Managing Director, Richard Franklin, explained: "Our payload hosted on the Faraday-1 satellites is part of our Prometheus programme, testing the next generation retaskable software-defined radio payload. Working with In-Space Missions, we're able to take advantage of their specialist capabilities and agility to develop new technologies and services for customers. Once Prometheus 1 is proven in orbit, we will use it to de-risk future services and in-life support solutions, working hand-in-hand with our SME partners."

Graham Peters, Chair of the UKspace, added: "The UK space sector is full of dynamic and burgeoning SMEs with great ideas. In-Space Missions is disrupting the norm in providing access to space which has, to date, been costly and mainly prohibitive, especially for smaller organisations. Their tenacity and creativity to demonstrate affordable access will open the door for many space and non-space organisations with an idea to launch their own satellites."

Doug added: "Prior to completing the satellite, we ran a schools competition to design the mission logo. Our maiden satellite is carrying a plaque inscribed with this mission logo, the names of In-Space team, their families and the schools competition winners. In addition, we've included the secret gin recipe from our favourite local distillery, Silent Pool Gin. Not many gin providers can say they've been launched into space."

In-Space Missions has also signed a Public Private Partnership (PPP) programme with the European Space Agency (ESA) worth €10M to develop the Faraday Second Generation capabilities to become a Service Mission Provider (SMP) and fly two microsatellite validation missions in low Earth orbit. The PPP programme is co-funded under the ESA ARTES Pioneer programme, and is part of the Partners Projects.

Further information

We will be providing ongoing updates about the launch, so you can follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn, as well as on our News & Video blog.

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https://www.faradaymission.space/watch-faraday-1-livestream/

Цитата: undefined
Watch the livestream of Faraday-1 launching
2nd July 2020

The 13th Rocket Lab Electron launch will take place from Launch Complex 1 on the Mahia peninsula (New Zealand North Island).

Its payload includes Faraday-1, 5 x Super Doves from Planet, and CE-SAT-1B from Canon.

The launch window runs from 3 Jul 2020 to 16 Jul 2020, T0 range is 21:13:58.00 to 22:03:30.00 - these times are given in UTC, all remaining times are given in BST.

As a result of weather conditions, ignition has been delayed slightly, and will now take place on Saturday 4 July at 22:13:58 BST.

There are several ways to access the livestream from Rocket Labs, details of which are below.

 Livestream

At around T-15  minutes we go live with the mission broadcast, available on RocketLab's websiteTwitter account, and YouTube channel. Depending on onboard camera availability and the available data downlinks, it's not always possible to incorporate live video of payload deployment into the webcast. If this is the case, the webcast will end following Kick Stage separation.

Mission Timeline

EventTime w.r.t. T0
Ignition and Clamp Release+0 s
Kickstage Cut-Off+3125.3 s
Faraday-1 deployment (the main event!)+3320.3 s (if nominal launch time then this will occur at 23:09:18.3 BST)



Faraday-1 deployment will take place west of Ireland, as indicated in the figure above right.
Within 15 minutes of deployment from the Electron upper stage, Faraday-1 will perform a number of automatic operations, including:

  • Turn on of UHF receiver
  • Deploy UHF antenna
  • Deploy solar panels
  • Initiate satellite detumble (NB expected residual rates from deployment should be < 0.5 deg/sec)

Confirmation of Operations

We won't be able to confirm successful performance of these operations until the first ground contact which takes place around 9 hours later.

During this and subsequent ground contacts, we should be able to confirm success of the automatic operations and place the satellite into a safe Sun-pointing mode. At this point, the Launch and Early Operations Phase (LEOP) is considered to be complete and commissioning commences.

In-Space personnel will be broadcasting key updates through our @Heads_InSpace Twitter channel, including details of satellite acquired, satellite now Sun pointing etc.

tnt22

Цитата In-Space Missions @Heads_InSpace 2 ч. назад

Faraday-1's launch may have been slightly delayed, but it won't dampen our spirits! We're all just a little bit excited (!!!!!) to see #FaradayInSpace - our first in a series of #satellites we're planning! https://faradaymission.space/watch-faraday-1-livestream...
@RocketLab

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Цитата Peter Beck @Peter_J_Beck 3 ч. назад

Small calming of the weather this morning as we run through our wet dress. I sure hope this weather holds!


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04.07.2020 06:55:31 #33 Последнее редактирование: 04.07.2020 06:59:08 от tnt22
!!! Сдвиг влево на 1 день

Цитата: undefined Rocket Lab @RocketLab 44 мин. назад

Surprise! We've brought launch forward by a day as the weather is terrible through most of next week. We're now targeting 21:13, 4 July UTC for the #PicsOrItDidntHappen mission. Think good weather thoughts for us!

NZT | 09:13 (05 July)
PT    | 14:13 (04 July)
ET    | 17:13 (04 July)


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Цитата: undefined Rocket Lab @RocketLab 46 мин. назад

Launches don't often move to the left, but we're going to give it our best shot. There's still a relatively high chance we'll need to stand down and wait for better weather though. Stay tuned for updates as we get closer to T-0!

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Цитата: undefined Rocket Lab @RocketLab 10 мин. назад

Welcome to launch day! Electron is vertical on the pad at Launch Complex 1 for the #PicsOrItDidntHappen mission for @planetlabs@SpaceflightInc and @Heads_InSpace.   

Join us for lift-off at 21:19 UTC (09:19 NZT / 17:19 ET / 14:19 PT)

http://rocketlabusa.com/live-stream


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