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Цитата Astra @Astra 12 сT-10 minutes. We are GO for launch!
Цитата Astra @Astra 16 сT-5 minutes. Final Range is GO!
Цитата Astra @Astra 9 сT-60 seconds! Rocket is on internal control
Цитата Astra @Astra 16 с T-0 LIFT OFF!
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Цитата Astra @Astra 9 мин. назадSuccessful lift off and fly out, but the flight ended during the first stage burn. It does look like we got a good amount of nominal flight time. More updates to come!
Цитата Astra @Astra 53 сGreat shot of Rocket 3.1 leaving the pad!
Цитата Elon Musk @elonmusk 2 ч. назадВ ответ @AstraSorry to hear that. I'm sure you'll figure it out though. Took us four launches to reach orbit. Rockets are hard. Chris Kemp @Kemp 2 ч. назадВ ответ @elonmusk и @AstraThanks Elon! Digging into the data so we can figure this out. Rocket 3.2 is ready to go... Astra @Astra 2 ч. назадThanks, @elonmusk. We appreciate that and are encouraged by the progress we made today on our first of three flights on our way to orbit
Цитата Astra @Astra 2 ч. назадWe are excited to have made a ton of progress on our first of three attempts on our path to orbit! We are incredibly proud of our team; we will review the data, make changes and launch Rocket 3.2, which is nearly complete.: @johnkrausphotos
Цитата Jennifer Culton @CultonJennifer 06:44 мск · 12 сент. 2020 гВ ответ @Astrahttps://video.twimg.com/ext_tw_video/1304625857151946752/pu/vid/720x1280/ui8kSY86FdPz2WrB.mp4 (1:14)
ЦитатаWe are excited to have made a ton of progress on our first of three attempts on our path to orbit! We are incredibly proud of our team; we will review the data, make changes and launch Rocket 3.2, which is nearly complete.
ЦитатаWE HAVE LIFTOFF!SEPTEMBER 12, 2020At 8:19pm PT, Rocket 3.1 left the Alaskan coast at Astra's Kodiak launch site. We're excited to have our first orbital attempt under our belt!As we've always said, we expect it to take three flights to make it to orbit. Tonight, we saw a beautiful launch! Preliminary data review indicates the rocket performed very well. Early in the flight, our guidance system appears to have introduced some slight oscillation into the flight, causing the vehicle to drift from its planned trajectory leading to a commanded shutdown of the engines by the flight safety system. We didn't meet all of our objectives, but we did gain valuable experience, plus even more valuable flight data. This launch sets us well on our way to reaching orbit within two additional flights, so we're happy with the result.We are incredibly proud of what the team accomplished today. This was our first orbital launch attempt, and the first flight of a rocket designed from the ground-up for low cost mass production and highly-automated launch operations. The entire launch system was deployed by six people in less than a week - completely unprecedented.Astra's strategy is to learn fast through iterative development. Although we're pleased with today's outcome, we still have more work to do to reach orbit. Once we reach orbit, we will relentlessly continue to improve the economics of the system as we deliver our customers' payloads.Over the next several weeks, we'll be taking a close look at the flight data to determine how to make the next flight more successful. Rocket 3.2 is already built and ready for another big step towards orbit. Thank you to our incredible team and their families, all of our supporters, and stay tuned for updates over the next few weeks. We'll be back to the pad before you know it!Chris and Adam
Цитата Geoff Barrett @GeoffdBarrett 4 ч. назадLooks like a decent liftoff at least. @AstraCredit: Steve Jurvetson on Facebook.https://facebook.com/photo/?fbid=10164162746330611&set=gm.10159170532831318...4 ч. назадMore shots on FB from tonight's Astra launch. #astra
Цитата Geoff Barrett @GeoffdBarrett 5 ч. назадLaunched! @Astra https://twitter.com/Astra/status/1304620705422610432...
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