2022-091: Antipodean Adventure (NROL-199) – Electron (Fl 29) – Mahia LC-1B – 04.08.2022 05:00 UTC

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https://nextspaceflight.com/launches/details/6806
Antipodean Adventure (NROL-199)
Launch Time
NET Jul 22, 2022
Rocket
Electron/Curie
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Mission Details
NROL-199 (RASR-4)
NROL-199 is a classified mission for the National Reconnaissance Office.
Low Earth Orbit

Location
Rocket Lab LC-1B, Māhia Peninsula, New Zealand

zandr

Цитата  Rocket Lab  @RocketLab
We're back (to back!) with two responsive launches for the @NatReconOfc. Launching within days of each other, two Electrons will deliver the national security payloads to space from LC-1 in July. More info: https://bwnews.pr/3bLHPN3
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Wise One Looks Ahead is scheduled to launch NET July 12 next week, with Antipodean Adventure to follow only ten days later NET July 22, 2022.
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zandr

https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20220705005813/en/Rocket-Lab-to-Launch-Responsive-Space-Missions-for-National-Reconnaissance-Office
ЦитатаRocket Lab to Launch Responsive Space Missions for National Reconnaissance Office
LONG BEACH, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Rocket Lab USA, Inc (Nasdaq: RKLB) ("Rocket Lab" or "the Company"), a leading launch and space systems company, today announced its next two launches will be responsive space missions for the United States Government's National Reconnaissance Office.

Launching from Rocket Lab Launch Complex 1 on two Electron rockets, Rocket Lab is scheduled to deploy satellites to space for the NRO within only 10 days of each other. NROL-162 ("Wise One Looks Ahead") will launch from Rocket Lab Launch Complex 1's Pad A no earlier than July 12, with NROL-199 ("Antipodean Adventure") scheduled to launch from Pad B no earlier than July 22.
The NROL-162 and NROL-199 missions will carry national security payloads designed, built, and operated by the National Reconnaissance Office in partnership with the Australian Department of Defence as part of a broad range of cooperative satellite activities with Australia. The satellites will support the NRO to provide critical information to government agencies and decision makers monitoring international issues.

These twin missions will be a demonstration of responsive launch under NRO's Rapid Acquisition of a Small Rocket (RASR) contract for launching small satellite through a streamlined, commercial approach, and are the third and fourth missions contracted to Rocket Lab by the NRO under the contract. NROL-151 (RASR-1) was successfully deployed to space on a dedicated Electron launch in early 2020, followed by RASR-2 on another Electron launch in June 2020.

Rocket Lab CEO and founder, Peter Beck, says: "Space plays such a critical role in providing immediate insights and informing time-sensitive decisions, so a responsive, modern approach accessing orbit is crucial. This is what we've established with Electron and multiple launch sites - reliable rockets and multiple pads at the ready to support the national security community's responsive space needs. Our quick turnaround for these two national security missions will be just the latest demonstration of our responsive space capability, and we're honored to be a trusted mission partner to the NRO once again for these important RASR missions."
 Скрытый текст:
"Wise One Looks Ahead" launch details:
Launch Window Opens: July 12, UTC
Launch vehicle: Electron
Customer: National Reconnaissance Office
Launch site: Rocket Lab Launch Complex 1, Pad A
Mission type: Dedicated
Payload: NROL-162

"Antipodean Adventure" launch details:
Launch Window Opens: July 22, UTC
Launch vehicle: Electron
Customer: National Reconnaissance Office
Launch site: Rocket Lab Launch Complex 1, Pad B
Mission type: Dedicated
Payload: NROL-199

zandr

Цитата  NRO  @NatReconOfc
Yesterday we asked what the animal on the #NROL199 patch is. It's the dingo! Built for speed, agility, and stamina, the dingo is symbolic of the payload to be launched on NROL-199. Learn more about this launch and #NROL162 at https://nro.gov/Launch/.
#AdAstraPerAspera #space
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zandr

Цитата  Rocket Lab  @RocketLab
As NROL-162 settles into orbit, NROL-199 is getting ready for its journey to space on Electron as early as July 21 UTC. Learn more about our back-to-back missions for @NatReconOfc: http://rocketlabusa.com/missions/next-mission/...
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zandr

На сайте Rocket Lab и в Твиттере времени запуска пока нет. 
Но!
https://nextspaceflight.com/launches/
ЦитатаLaunch Time
Fri Jul 22, 2022 00:15 GMT+3
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zandr

... которые не могли быть отложены! :o 8) ;)

zandr

https://tass.ru/kosmos/15269119
ЦитатаМОСКВА, 21 июля. /ТАСС/. Спутник связи может быть запущен на ракете-носителе "Протон-М" вместо миссии "ЭкзоМарс", которую планировалось отправить к Красной планете в сентябре. Об этом сообщил ТАСС источник в ракетно-космической отрасли.
"Ракета "Протон" будет использована под пуск спутника связи", - сказал собеседник агентства, не уточнив, о каком конкретно аппарате идет речь.
По словам источника, ракета уже находится на Байконуре...

Pirat5

Команда @NatReconOfc подтвердила, что NROL-199 готов к запуску, так что пора отправляться в космос! Старт миссии Antipodean Adventure запланирован на 2 августа. 
https://twitter.com/rocketlab/status/1552753767837483009

Pirat5

Ракета-носитель Electron стартует с площадки LC-1 Pad B на полуострове Махия в Новой Зеландии. Для запуска компания использует ракету в многоразовой конфигурации, однако спасение первой ступени вертолётом - не планируется.
:o :-X
https://t.me/spacex_rus/51898

Pirat5

На площадке LC-1B в Новой Зеландии идёт заправка ракеты Electron миссии Antipodean Adventure (NROL-199), запуск которой запланирован на 8:00 МСК (5:00 UTC)

Текущий прогноз обещает 70% вероятности благоприятных погодных условий в назначенное время старта.

Pirat5

Press Kit
Antipodean Adventure (NROL-199) is the second of two back-to-back Electron missions for the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO). The first mission, Wise One Looks Ahead (NROL-162) successfully lifted-off from Launch Complex 1 on July 13, 2022. 
The NROL-199 mission will carry a national security payload designed, built, and operated by the National Reconnaissance Office in partnership with the Australian Department of Defence as part of a broad range of cooperative satellite activities with Australia. The payload will support the NRO to provide critical information to government agencies and decision makers monitoring international issues.
Both NROL-199 and NROL-162 missions are a demonstration of responsive launch under NRO's Rapid Acquisition of a Small Rocket (RASR) contract for launching small satellite through a streamlined, commercial approach, and are the third and fourth missions contracted to Rocket Lab by the NRO under the contract. NROL-151 (RASR-1) was successfully deployed to space on a dedicated Electron launch in early 2020, followed by RASR-2 on another Electron launch in June 2020.

Pirat5

Rocket Lab @RocketLab  29 мин
Launch Update: We've adjusted today's T-0 for wind. Now targeting:
17:30 NZDT = 05:30 UTC = 01:30 EDT = 22:30 PDT
Webcast: https://youtu.be/S6PxSE29hQU

= 08:30 msk

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Т-00:05:20 остановка

Pirat5

ЦитатаRocket Lab @RocketLab
HOLD! As anticipated, we have hit a hold due to high ground winds. Stay tuned for more updates from mission control. Today's launch window remains open until 07:00 UTC.
Борются с ветром. Окно до 10ч МСК

Pirat5

сегодня не летит.

Цитата: undefinedNRO @NatReconOfc
The #NROL199 mission has been delayed due to unfavorable wind conditions. Launch officials are analyzing the situation and evaluating options. A new launch date will be announced when known. Follow NRO social media for the latest announcements.
https://twitter.com/NatReconOfc/status/1554361131459923968

https://spaceflightnow.com/2022/08/01/rocket-lab-nrol-199-mission-status-center/

Pirat5

продолжение сериала:

Цитата08/04/2022 07:51  Stephen Clark
The final pre-flight poll of Rocket Lab's launch team resulted in a unanimous "go" to proceed with the countdown. Liftoff of Rocket Lab's two-stage Electron rocket is set for 1 a.m. EDT (0500 GMT; 5 p.m. New Zealand time).
https://spaceflightnow.com/2022/08/01/rocket-lab-nrol-199-mission-status-center/