SuperDoves Flock 4e (x9), CE-SAT-IIB - Electron (fl 15) - Mahia, LC-1A – 28.10.2020 21:21 UTC

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22.09.2020 01:06:16 Последнее редактирование: 28.10.2020 22:53:18 от tnt22
https://www.rocketlabusa.com/about-us/updates/new-blog-post-2/

Цитата: Rocket LabRocket Lab To Launch Commercial Earth-Imaging Rideshare Mission For Planet, Canon Electronics

Rocket Lab To Launch Commercial Earth-Imaging Rideshare Mission For Planet, Canon Electronics

This rideshare mission will be Electron's 15th launch overall and fifth in 2020, making Electron the second most-frequently launched U.S. rocket this year.

Long Beach, California. 21 September, 2020 - Leading space systems company, Rocket Lab, has today announced its next Electron launch will be a rideshare mission to low Earth orbit for Planet and Spaceflight Inc.'s customer Canon Electronics.

The mission - named 'In Focus' in a nod to the Earth-imaging satellites onboard - will lift-off in October from Rocket Lab's private orbital launch site, Launch Complex 1, in New Zealand. The mission will deploy a total of 10 satellites to precise and individual orbits. The mission will be Rocket Lab's 15th launch overall and fifth mission of 2020, making Electron the second most-frequently launched United States orbital rocket this year.

Earth-imaging company Planet has nine of their latest generation SuperDove satellites booked on the mission for deployment to a 500km morning-crossing Sun Synchronous Orbit (SSO). Each of the nine SuperDoves will be integrated with and deployed from Rocket Lab's Maxwell dispensers, the industry's lightest CubeSat dispenser in its class. Planet's Flock 4e' of SuperDoves will join the company's constellation of Earth-observation satellites already on orbit providing medium-resolution global coverage and near-daily revisit.

The 10th and final payload aboard this mission, Canon Electronics Inc.'s CE-SAT-IIB, was arranged by satellite rideshare and mission management provider Spaceflight Inc. CE-SAT-IIB is a technical demonstration microsatellite developed by Canon Electronics Inc. It has a middle-size telescope equipped with an ultra-high sensitivity camera to take night images of the Earth and small size telescopes which are suitable for CubeSat use.

Rocket Lab's founder and CEO, Peter Beck, says the mission demonstrates the industry-leading flexibility Electron provides to small satellite operators by deploying multiple spacecraft to their various target destinations even when flying as part of a rideshare.

"With Electron, we designed a launch system that makes access to space easy and puts our customers in the driver's seat of their missions, and we're proud to be delivering on that even through times of global disruption."

Rocket Lab has multiple missions scheduled for the remainder of 2020, including an upcoming launch in Q4 earmarked for the company's first Electron first stage recovery attempt. The Electron's first stage will be equipped with new hardware, including a reaction control system and an in-house designed parachute system, to orient the booster during its re-entry descent and slow down the first stage before a soft landing in the ocean where it will be collected by a ship.

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22.09.2020 01:06:47 #1 Последнее редактирование: 22.09.2020 01:26:12 от tnt22
https://www.rocketlabusa.com/missions/next-mission/

ЦитатаNEXT MISSION: IN FOCUS


Mission Name:In FocusLaunch Window:NET October 2020
Rocket:ElectronLaunch Time:TBC
Electron Name:In FocusLaunch SiteLaunch Complex 1

MISSION OVERVIEW

'In Focus' is a rideshare mission to low Earth orbit for Planet and Spaceflight Inc.'s customer Canon Electronics. The mission will deploy a total of 10 satellites to precise and individual orbits from Rocket Lab Launch Complex 1 in Mahia, New Zealand.

Planet has nine of their latest generation SuperDove satellites booked on the mission for deployment to a 500km morning-crossing Sun Synchronous Orbit (SSO). Each of the nine SuperDoves will be integrated with and deployed from Rocket Lab's Maxwell dispensers, the industry's lightest CubeSat dispenser in its class. Planet's Flock 4e' of SuperDoves will join the company's constellation of Earth-observation satellites already on orbit providing medium-resolution global coverage and near-daily revisit.

The 10th and final payload, Canon Electronics Inc.'s CE-SAT-IIB, was arranged by satellite rideshare and mission management provider Spaceflight Inc. CE-SAT-IIB is a technical demonstration microsatellite developed by Canon Electronics Inc. It has a middle-size telescope equipped with an ultra-high sensitivity camera to take night images of the Earth and small size telescopes which are suitable for CubeSat use.

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22.09.2020 01:07:33 #2 Последнее редактирование: 22.09.2020 01:35:26 от tnt22
https://www.planet.com/pulse/nine-superdoves-scheduled-for-flight-on-rocket-labs-electron/

ЦитатаNine SuperDoves Scheduled For Flight On Rocket Lab's Electron

Mike Safyan | September 21, 2020

Nine SuperDoves Scheduled for Flight on Rocket Lab's Electron

Planet's next scheduled launch of Flock 4e', a total of 9 SuperDoves on Rocket Lab's Electron, is currently planned for the first half of October and will lift off from Rocket Lab Launch Complex 1 on the Māhia Peninsula in New Zealand. Emerging from the unfortunate launch accident of Flock 4e' on Electron in July, this next launch speaks to both Planet and Rocket Lab's resilience and agility to get back on the pad so quickly. These SuperDoves will be deployed into an approximate 500 km morning-crossing Sun Synchronous Orbit (SSO), joining the rest of the flock already providing unprecedented medium-resolution global coverage and revisit.

Planet's SuperDoves will be integrated with Rocket Lab's Maxwell payload dispensers, seen here in the clean room at Rocket Lab's headquarters in Long Beach, California. Credit: Rocket Lab

This will be the 15th flight of Rocket Lab's Electron and the third time they'll be carrying Planet satellites. Rocket Lab named this mission "In Focus" in a nod to the Earth-imaging satellites onboard, and we couldn't be more excited to be launching from New Zealand again.

Follow along for launch updates on Planet's Pulse blog and Planet's Twitter, and if you haven't already, sign up for an Explorer Trial to see the great imagery and insights that our satellites can offer.

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Цитата Rocket Lab @RocketLab 6 ч. назад

The countdown is on for our next mission, the 'In Focus' launch from LC-1 in Oct for @planet and @SpaceflightInc's customer Canon Electronics! For this flight we're all about Earth-imaging. Learn more: http://rocketlabusa.com/missions/next-mission/...



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Цитата Rocket Lab @RocketLab 44 мин. назад

We're spending #WorldSpaceWeek the only way we know how - preparing to go to space again! Check out this beautiful flock of SuperDoves from @planetlabs getting ready for their ride to orbit later this month.


tnt22

Цитата Rocket Lab @RocketLab 52 мин. назад

We're just two weeks out from our next Electron launch for @planetlabs
 and @SpaceflightInc's customer Canon Electronics!

Lift-off is currently targeted for:
21:14 (Oct 20) UTC
14:14 (Oct 20) PT
17:14 (Oct 20) ET
10:14 NZT

Mission info http://bit.ly/2F8i4GX


tnt22

Цитата Rocket Lab @RocketLab 7 ч. назад

Electron is on the pad at LC-1 this week for wet dress rehearsal operations ahead of our 15th launch to space. Opening access to orbit for small sats never looked so good.


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Опубликованы зоны безопасности при пуске

Launch-information-F15-In-Focus.pdf - 564.2 KB, 1 стр, 08.10.2020 22:31:58 UTC

tnt22

Цитата Rocket Lab @RocketLab 9 ч. назад

L-6 days until our next mission! We can't wait to fly these Earth-imaging sats for @planetlabs
 and Canon Electronics on our 5th launch this year. http://rocketlabusa.com/missions/next-mission/...

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В Новой Зеландии опубликованы уведомления мореплавателям на на зоны, закрываемые в районе космодрома и по трассе полёта РН

NOTMARs
ЦитатаFM: RCC NEW ZEALAND 151755 UTC OCT 20
COASTAL NAVIGATION WARNING 210/20
AREA PORTLAND, MAHIA PENINSULA SOUTHWARDS
AREAS CHALMERS RANGITATA AND CONWAY, CHATHAM RISE TO BOUNTY TROUGH
1. ROCKET LAUNCHING SCHEDULED FROM 20 OCT UNTIL 02 NOV 2020 BETWEEN 1914 UTC AND 2234 UTC DAILY IN AREA BOUNDED BY:
A. 39-13.20S 177-50.80E
B. 39-13.20S 177-54.60E
C. 39-17.00S 178-00.00E
D. 39-40.00S 177-50.50E
E. 39-40.00S 177-43.00E
F. 39-14.50S 177-48.50E
RANGE CONTROL FOR THIS AREA WILL OPERATE DURING LAUNCH OPERATIONS. RANGE INFORMATION WILL BE BROADCAST ON VHF CHANNEL 79. RANGE CONTROL CAN BE CONTACTED ON VHF CHANNEL 07. TEMPORARY VIRTUAL AUTOMATIC IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM (AIS) AIDS TO NAVIGATION (ATONS) SHALL BE USED TO CLEARLY IDENTIFY THE PERIMETER OF THE HAZARD AREA DURING ACTIVE PERIODS.

2. SPACE DEBRIS FROM ROCKET LAUNCHING DURING ABOVE DATES AND TIMES IN AREA BOUNDED BY:
A. 44-00S 175-30E
B. 44-00S 177-00E
C. 47-30S 176-30E
D. 47-30S 175-00E


FM: NAVAREA XIV COORDINATOR 151745 UTC OCT 20
NAVAREA XIV WARNING 165/20
SOUTHWEST PACIFIC BASIN
1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS, SPACE DEBRIS SCHEDULED FROM 20 OCT UNTIL 02 NOV 2020 BETWEEN 1914 UTC AND 2234 UTC DAILY IN AREA BOUNDED BY:
A. 54-24S 172-00E
B. 54-24S 173-00E
C. 57-30S 172-00E
D. 57-30S 170-00E


tnt22

Цитата Rocket Lab @RocketLab 1 ч. назад

It's almost time to go to space again! Due to weather conditions on the opening day of the launch window, we're currently targeting no earlier than 21:14, Oct 21 UTC for the launch of our 15th mission, #InFocus. http://rocketlabusa.com/missions/next-mission...




1 ч. назад

Time zones for target lift-off of Rocket Lab's 'In Focus' mission:

🚀 UTC: 21:14, Oct 21
🚀 PT:   14:14, Oct 21
🚀 ET:   17:14, Oct 21
🚀 NZT: 10:14, Oct 22

tnt22

Цитата Rocket Lab @RocketLab 28 мин. назад

We're at L-1 for the #InFocus mission for @planetlabs and Canon! Today the team will conduct the launch readiness review for a go/no-go, then tomorrow we'll roll out for launch.

Target lift-off:

🚀 UTC: 21:14, Oct 21
🚀 PT:    14:14, Oct 21
🚀 ET:    17:14, Oct 21
🚀 NZT: 10:14, Oct 22

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Если (ЕСЛИ!!!) всё идёт по плану, то 


Цитата
COUNTDOWN
Hr:Mn:Sc
Event
NZDT
UTC
ДМВ
06:00:00
Road to the launch site closed
04:14:00
15:14:00
18:14:00
04:00:00
Electron is raised vertical, fueling begins
06:14:00
17:14:00
20:14:00
02:30:00
Launch pad personnel exit area ahead of launch
07:44:00
18:44:00
21:44:00
02:00:00
Electron filled with liquid oxygen (LOx)
08:14:00
19:14:00
22:14:00
02:00:00
Safety zones are activated for designated marine space
08:14:00
19:14:00
22:14:00
00:30:00
Safety zones are activated for designated airspace
09:44:00
20:44:00
23:44:00
00:18:00
A go/no-go poll Electron is ready for launch
09:56:00
20:56:00
23:56:00
00:02:00
Launch autosequence begins
10:12:00
21:12:00
00:12:00
00:00:02
Ignition of the first stage engines
10:13:58
21:13:58
00:13:58
00:00:00
Lift-off
10:14:00
21:14:00
00:14:00
All Times Are Approximate

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Цитата Rocket Lab @RocketLab 55 с

Welcome to launch day! Electron is on the pad at LC-1 and crews are in position for launch. Stay tuned for updates as we move through the count.

Launch window opens:

🚀 UTC: 21:14
🚀 PT:    14:14
🚀 ET:    17:14
🚀 NZT: 10:14]


tnt22

Цитата Rocket Lab @RocketLab 14 мин. назад

Today's mission will launch 9 SuperDoves for @planetlabs, plus a single satellite for Canon Electronics via @SpaceflightInc. The SuperDoves are integrated into our own Maxwell CubeSat dispensers and it's all mounted on Electron's Kick Stage. Let's go to space!



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