TacRL-2 ( Odyssey ) – Pegasus XL, L-1011 "Stargazer" – Vandenberg AFB, California – 13.06.2021 08:11

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zandr

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https://nextspaceflight.com/launches/details/6144
Цитата: undefinedTacRL-2
Launch Time
NET Jun 13, 2021
Pegasus XL
Location
Stargazer, Vandenberg AFB, California, USA

zandr

ЦитатаDr Marco Langbroek Syringe #Vaccinate  @Marco_Langbroek
Navigational Warnings have appeared for what looks to be an airborne space launch on June 13-14: most likely a Pegasus-XL rocket with the TacRL-2 satellite.
Hazard Area's from the NavWarning indicate launch into a ~98 degree inclined orbit (probably sun-synchronous).
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zandr

https://nextspaceflight.com/launches/details/6144
ЦитатаTacRL-2
Launch Time
Sun Jun 13, 2021 08:11 UTC
TacRL-2
TacRL-2 is a space domain awareness satellite that was procured under the Space Force's responsive launch program. The spacecraft was built in under a year and the launch provider was given three weeks of notice for the launch.

zandr

ЦитатаSpaceflight Now  @SpaceflightNow
A small U.S. military satellite named Odyssey, designed and built in less than a year by a secretive new Space Force special projects unit, is set to launch early Sunday from an aircraft off the coast of California aboard a Northrop Grumman Pegasus rocket.
 https://spaceflightnow.com/2021/06/13/hush-hush-military-satellite-ready-to-ride-pegasus-rocket-into-orbit/
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The Pegasus XL rocket is set for release from Northrop Grumman's L-1011 carrier jet around 4:11am EDT (1:11am PDT; 0811 GMT).
There's a 60% chance of acceptable weather for the launch opportunity.
Officials don't plan any live coverage of the mission.
Odyssey!
Погода - 60%

zandr

ЦитатаMarine Exchange  @MXSOCAL
From Vandenberg AFB:  There will be a hazardous operation on 13 June 2021 with a back-up day of 14 June 2021. The window is 0109L - 0115L.  See graphic for local impact areas.
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