Delta 4 GOES-N

Автор Agent, 16.08.2005 11:19:35

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Agent

Через час запускают.
Чет не могу найти трянсляции....
Текстовка тут http://www.spaceflightnow.com/delta/d313/status.html

Agent

Ага, Боинг показывать начнет через полчаса
http://www.boeing.com/news/feature/livewebcast/d4_webcast.html

ЗЫ: Ща СиЛанч пуски показывает

Agent

Не, не полетит сегодня. Чет сломалось

slipstream

непрерывная трансляция стартовой площадки, по крайней мере сегодня целый день была:
http://science.ksc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/rrg2.pl?encoder/aevideo4.rm

на странице NASA - KSC Video Feeds это Channel 14

slipstream

Начало предстартовой трансляции на NASA TV

slipstream

Интересно что за живность там маячит перед камерой, похоже на шастающего прямо по обьктиву паука .. а нет, оно летает и ломится в объектив.. видимо мелкая птица

slipstream

первая попытка запуска остановлена на -5 минуте

пусковое окно 6:32pm-7:06pm EDT  (02:32-03:06 по московскому времени)

slipstream

перенесли пуск на конец окна

X

ааа... так они с окна пускают!!... :D мы тоже с окна с пацанами пускали... :D :D

X

я чёт нифига не вопрусь... счёт 05 00 а кто с кем играет-то? и во что? :D

mike

Блин пернатые разлетались!  :D

slipstream

опять встали, на -4:22, значит уже не улетят сегодня

X

ну, а потом опять зелёные рас3,14,3дятся... :D

mike

Усё, скраб. Окно закрывается.

X

ну всё мля, ресет!! окно повисло!! :D :D :D

slipstream

В прошлом году пуска так и не случилось из-за забастовки рабочих Боинга. Очередное окно сегодня 6:11-7:11 p.m. EDT (22:11-23:11 GMT, по московскому времени это уже завтра 02:11-03:11) и на следующий день в такое же время.

slipstream

Статус-лог на SFN:
http://spaceflightnow.com/delta/d315/status.html

Описание миссии и фотогалерея:
http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/goes-n/main/

Видеотрансляция:
http://countdown.ksc.nasa.gov/elv/

программа включений на NASA TV, время в EDT
http://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/nasatv/MM_NTV_Breaking.html
ЦитатаMay 24, Wednesday
12 a.m. - GOES N Pre-Launch News Briefing - HQ Replay (Recorded 5/23/2006) (Public and Media Channels)
2 a.m. - GOES N Pre-Launch News Briefing - HQ Replay (Recorded 5/23/2006) (Public and Media Channels)
4 a.m. - GOES N Pre-Launch News Briefing - HQ Replay (Recorded 5/23/2006) (Public and Media Channels)
6 a.m. - GOES N Pre-Launch News Briefing - HQ Replay (Recorded 5/23/2006) (Public Channel)
10 a.m. - GOES N Pre-Launch News Briefing - HQ Replay (Recorded 5/23/2006) (Public Channel)
2 p.m. - GOES N Pre-Launch News Briefing - HQ Replay (Recorded 5/23/2006) (Public Channel)
6 p.m. - Goes-N Launch Coverage (Launch Window 6:11-7:11 p.m.) - KSC/BOEING (Public and Media Channels)

slipstream

ЦитатаВидеотрансляция:
http://countdown.ksc.nasa.gov/elv/

вот что там несколько минут назад было видно по этим четырем видеопотокам

AE Video 1


AE Video 2


AE Video 3


AE Video 4

slipstream

Благополучно и вовремя улетела

tnt22

https://www.losangeles.af.mil/News/Article-Display/Article/2339990/ussf-and-noaa-begin-joint-operations-of-infrared-weather-satellite/

ЦитатаUSSF and NOAA Begin Joint Operations of Infrared Weather Satellite
Space and Missile Systems Center Public Affairs / Published September 08, 2020


A view of the Earth from the EWS-G1 satellite taken on September 1, 2020. Originally launched in 2006 as GOES-13, the satellite provided operational weather coverage over the United States' East Coast for 10 years before being replaced in the GOES-East position by GOES-16. The transfer to the Department of Defense and relocation of EWS-G1 is the culmination of joint efforts between SMC, NOAA and NASA. (Photo courtesy of U.S. Space Force's MARK IV-B Program Office)

LOS ANGELES AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. - The U.S. Space Force has declared Initial Operational Capability of the Electro-optical Infrared Weather System Geostationary (EWS-G1) spacecraft. EWS-G1, formerly known as GOES-13, was transferred to the U.S. Air Force by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in 2019 under an agreement between the U.S. Air Force and NOAA for Interagency Cooperation on Collection of Space-Based Environmental Monitoring Data.

Originally launched in 2006, GOES-13 provided operational weather coverage over the United States East Coast for 10 years before being replaced in the GOES-East position by GOES-16. EWS-G1 is the first Department of Defense owned geostationary weather satellite. The satellite provides timely cloud characterization and theater weather imagery to DoD in the Indian Ocean region, addressing needs across Central Command (CENTCOM) and other operating theaters.

The transfer and relocation of EWS-G1 is the culmination of joint efforts between the USSF's Space and Missile Systems Center, NOAA and National Aeronautics and Space Administration.

"EWS-G1 is a prime example of innovation and the leveraging of partnerships. SMC partnered with NOAA and NASA to deliver critically needed Geostationary visible and infrared cloud characterization and theater weather imagery in the Indian Ocean region. This effort

demonstrates speed by allowing the spacecraft to be moved and operated in the Indian Ocean region far earlier than a new satellite could be produced and fielded," said Charlotte Gerhart, SMC's Production Corps Low Earth Orbit Division chief. "The repurposing of GOES-13, and residual NOAA ground equipment, accomplished the mission at a fraction of the procurement cost of a brand new system."

After the relocation maneuver, NOAA and the U.S. Space Force completed a thorough checkout of the EWS-G1 spacecraft and sensors. All criteria were met to declare the system operational and EWS-G1 is now providing weather data to DOD forecasters. NOAA will continue to operate EWS-G1 on behalf of the U.S. Space Force for its remaining life span, from the NOAA Satellite Operations Facility in Suitland, Maryland and Wallops Command and Data Acquisition Station in Virginia.