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http://www.spaceflightnow.com/news/n1006/03spacexcots/
ЦитатаThe capsule won't be ready for its November launch target. The mission should fly in the second quarter of 2011, according to SpaceX.

The third COTS flight was supposed to approach the station and be grappled by its robot arm, but the mission would now be backup for the COTS 2 demonstration, which is also named Dragon C2.

"The second flight is effectively the third flight, if it's successful," Musk said. "The end objective of the COTS program is to deliver cargo to the space station. That end objective doesn't really shift, it's just the flight that it occurs on is one flight sooner."

Musk said the Dragon vehicle for the first COTS demonstration will be ready to ship to the Cape Canaveral launch site in a "month or two," pending final NASA approvals. On that flight, the Dragon will complete several orbits of Earth before falling back into the atmosphere into the Pacific Ocean for retrieval.
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http://www.lockheedmartin.com/news/press_releases/2010/0614_ss_muos-key.html
ЦитатаLockheed Martin Successfully Completes Key Test Milestone for First Mobile User Objective System Satellite
SUNNYVALE, Calif., June 14th, 2010 -- The U.S. Navy and Lockheed Martin [NYSE] today announced that they have successfully completed a significant test milestone for the first satellite in the Mobile User Objective System (MUOS) program.

A next-generation narrowband tactical satellite communications system, MUOS will provide the warfighter with the latest mobile technology such as simultaneous voice, video and data, as well as improved service to legacy users of the current Ultra High Frequency Follow-On (UFO) system.

The first MUOS satellite has completed Passive Intermodulation (PIM) testing, Electromagnetic Interference (EMI), and Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) testing as well as the Spacecraft Level Baseline Integrated System Test (BIST) at Lockheed Martin facilities in Sunnyvale, Calif. Completion of PIM testing assures that intermodulation generated from the high power satellite downlink transmissions do not interfere with the extremely low power signals uplinked from the legacy terminals used by the warfighter. The EMI/ EMC testing ensures self-compatibility of the payloads on the satellite, as well as satellite compatibility with the launch vehicle electromagnetic environment. BIST testing verifies the overall performance of the fully integrated MUOS spacecraft is compliant to the MUOS Performance Specification and establishes a performance baseline prior to entering the environmental test phase, which includes acoustic, sine vibration and thermal-vacuum testing.

"Completion of PIM, EMI and EMC on the first pass and in less than two months on a UHF satellite as complex as MUOS is the result of months of planning and hard work by the entire MUOS space segment team," said Navy Capt. Jack Nicholson, acting program manager of the Communications Satellite Program Office. "This team was efficient at identifying and completing risk reduction activities that led to this major testing milestone."

Following BIST, Lockheed Martin will conduct a series of critical environmental test phases that validate the overall satellite design, quality of workmanship and survivability during space vehicle launch and on-orbit operations. The first MUOS satellite, along with the associated ground system, is scheduled for on-orbit hand-over to the Navy in 2011.

"This is another huge step forward in our efforts to achieve operational excellence and mission success on this critical military communication program," said Mark Pasquale, Lockheed Martin's MUOS vice president. "We look forward to executing the critical environmental test activities ahead and providing unprecedented new mobile communications capabilities for the warfighter."

Lockheed Martin Space Systems, Sunnyvale, Calif., the MUOS prime contractor and system integrator, is leading a team that includes General Dynamics C4 Systems, Scottsdale, Ariz., and Boeing Defense, Space and Security, El Segundo, Calif. The Navy's Program Executive Office for Space Systems, Chantilly, Va., and its Communications Satellite Program Office, San Diego, Calif., are responsible for the MUOS program.

Headquartered in Bethesda, Md., Lockheed Martin is a global security company that employs about 136,000 people worldwide and is principally engaged in the research, design, development, manufacture, integration and sustainment of advanced technology systems, products and services. The Corporation reported 2009 sales of $45.2 billion.
Бывает, что усердие превозмогает и рассудок

Salo

http://www.spaceflightnow.com/tracking/index.html
ЦитатаLate August Falcon 9  •  Dragon C1
Launch window: TBD
Launch site: SLC-40, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida
The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will launch the first active Dragon spacecraft, called Dragon C1. The mission will demonstrate the capabilities of the Dragon in a four-and-a-half hour test flight named COTS 1.
 Delayed from 2nd Quarter. Delayed from July 21.
[June 15]
ЦитатаSept. 1    Minotaur 4  •  STP S26
Launch time: TBD
Launch site: Kodiak Island, Alaska

The Air Force Minotaur 4 rocket will launch a group of satellites in a launch opportunity sponsored by the Air Force's Space Test Program. The payloads include the Air Force's STPSat 2 satellite, NASA's FASTSAT (Fast, Affordable, Science and Technology Satellite), two FASTRAC spacecraft from the University of Texas, the Air Force Academy's FalconSat 5 satellite, and NASA's O/OREOS CubeSat mission. Delayed from May 28. Moved up from Sept. 5. [May 24]
ЦитатаOct. 29/30    Delta 2  •  COSMO-SkyMed 4
Launch window: 0221-0234 GMT on 30th (10:21-10:34 p.m. EDT on 29th)
Launch site: SLC-2W, Vandenberg Air Force Base, California

The United Launch Alliance Delta 2 rocket will launch the fourth Italian COSMO-SkyMed radar Earth-imaging satellite. The X-Band Synthetic Aperture Radar payload on the spacecraft will be used for civil and military applications. The rocket will fly in the 7420-10 vehicle configuration. ULA will conduct this commercial launch for Boeing. [May 27]
ЦитатаDecember    Minotaur 1  •  ORS 1
Launch time: TBD
Launch site: Wallops Island, Va.

The Air Force Minotaur 1 rocket will launch the Operationally Responsive Space 1, or ORS 1, satellite. ORS 1 will support the military's intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance needs by hosting an innovative sensor system. [June 15]
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ЦитатаSpaceX Signs Largest Commercial Rocket Launch Deal Ever
http://www.foxnews.com/scitech/2010/06/16/spacex-rocket-deal-iridium/
ЦитатаThe private rocket company SpaceX, fresh off the success of its Falcon 9 rocket debut, has signed the largest single commercial launch contract with satellite company Iridium Communications, Inc. - a deal worth $492 million.

Hawthorne, Calif.-based SpaceX (Space Exploration Technologies) has agreed to use its Falcon 9 rocket to loft Iridium's new communication satellite constellation, called Iridium NEXT, over a series of liftoffs from California's Vandenberg Air Force Base between 2015 and 2017.

"Iridium NEXT is now our largest commercial satellite launch customer and we are excited to play such an integral part in the most significant commercial space program underway today," said SpaceX's millionaire CEO Elon Musk, co-founder of PayPal, in a statement. "We are impressed by Iridium's comprehensive approach and diligence in its planning as the company prepares for the design, build and launch of Iridium NEXT."

SpaceX's Falcon 9 proved its viability as an orbital rocket on June 4 during a successful first test launch from Florida's Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. The rocket, with a mock-up version of the company's Dragon space capsule on top, lifted off and reached orbit as planned. [Photos]

SpaceX already has a $1.6 billion contract with NASA to haul cargo to the International Space Station on unmanned Dragon flights, as well as deals to carry other commercial payloads.

Taiwan recently ordered a launch on SpaceX's smaller Falcon 1e booster to lift its Formosat-5 optical Earth observation satellite in late 2013 or early 2014.

SpaceX is also one of the leading contenders to take up President Barack Obama's challenge for the private space industry to begin ferrying astronauts to low-Earth orbit and the space station after NASA's shuttle fleet retires later this year.

NASA plans to fly just two more shuttle missions, in September and late November, before retiring its orbiter fleet. The space agency expects to use Russian Soyuz vehicles to launch astronauts until commercial vehicles become available.

The new contract with Iridium will add even more launches to the growing docket for the fledgling SpaceX, which already had 24 Falcon 9 flights - including commercial and NASA launches - scheduled before the contract.

"We are proud to be partnered with SpaceX, and want to congratulate Elon Musk and the entire SpaceX team on its successful inaugural Falcon 9 launch," Matt Desch, CEO of Iridium, said in a statement. "Hands down, SpaceX offered us the best value coupled with an unwavering commitment to flawless performance and reliability. SpaceX has combined the best of aerospace and commercial best practices to design reliable and cost-effective access to space, and Iridium will be the beneficiary of that effort."

Iridium, based in McLean, Va., offers mobile voice and data services across the entire planet.
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Salo

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Salo

http://www.canadianbusiness.com/markets/headline_news/article.jsp?content=b3735241
ЦитатаThe CSA president did not have an exact date for the launch of the CASSIOPE satellite, saying it could fly mid-2011 at the earliest.

MacLean said the space agency got a discount for the flight because it is one of SpaceX's first customers.
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Launched:
Date, Time (GMT) - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site
1 - 8 February, 09:14 - STS-130 - Endeavour - Kennedy LC-39A
2 - 11 February, 15:23 - SDO - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
3 - 4 March, 23:57 - GOES-P - Delta IV-M+(4,2) - Canaveral SLC-37B
4 - 5 April, 10:21 - STS-131 - Discovery - Kennedy LC-39A
5 - 22 April, 23:52 - USA-212 (X-37B OTV-1) - Atlas V 501 - Canaveral SLC-41
6 - 14 May, 18:20:09 - STS-132 - Atlantis - Kennedy LC-39A
7 - 28 May, 03:00 - GPS IIF-1 - Delta IVM+(4,2) - Canaveral SLC-37B
8 - 4 June, 18:45 - DSQU - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40

Scheduled:

2010
Date, Time (GMT) - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site
10 August, 1121-1322 - AEHF-1 - Atlas V 531 - Canaveral SLC-41
1 September - FASTSAT/FASTRAC-A/FASTRAC-B/FalconSat-4/OREOS/RAX - Minotaur IV - Kodiak LP-1
7 September - NRO L-41 - Atlas V 401 - Vandenberg SLC-3E
9 September - Dragon C1 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
19 October - NRO L-32 - Delta IV-H - Canaveral SLC-37B
30 October September - COSMO-4 - Delta II 7420-10 - Vandenberg SLC-2W
1 November, 20:33 - STS-133/PLM - Discovery - Kennedy LC-39A
17 November - GPS IIF-2 - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
22 November - Glory/Kysat/Hermes/Explorer-1' - Taurus-XL 3110 - Vandenberg LC-576E
November - TacSat-4 - Minotaur IV - Kodiak LP-1
10 December - ORS-1 - Minotaur I - MARS LP-0B
TBD - SBSS - Minotaur IV - Vandenberg SLC-8 - or Delta II 7X20H
TBD - TBD - Falcon 1e - Omelek - Payload for MDA (Canada) or DemoSat
TBD - O2G (x3?) - Falcon 1e - Omelek


2011:
Date, Time (GMT) - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site
15 January - NRO L-49 (Imp. Crystal?) - Delta IV-H - Vandenberg SLC-6
26 February - STS-134/ELC-3/AMS - Endeavour - Kennedy LC-39A
February - Dragon C2 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
1 April (NET) - NRO L-15 (Onyx?) - Delta IV-H - Canaveral SLC-37B
April - SAC-D - Delta II 7320 - Vandenberg SLC-2W
Q2 - Cygnus Demo - Taurus II - MARS LP-0A
June (NET) - Dragon CRS1 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
1 August - NuSTAR - Pegasus-XL - Kwajalein - or 3 February 2012
1 August (NET) - Dragon CRS2 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
5 August - Juno - Atlas V 551 - Canaveral SLC-41
Mid year - CASSIOPE - Falcon 9 - Canaveral
8 September - GRAIL - Delta II 7920H - Canaveral SLC-17B
4 October - Cygnus CRS1 - Taurus II - MARS LP-0A
18 October - NPP-Bridge - Delta II 7920 - Vandenberg SLC-2W
14 October - MSL - Atlas V 541 - Canaveral SLC-41
1 December (NET) - WGS-4 - Delta IV-M+(5,4) - Canaveral SLC-37B
TBD - NRO L-25 "Altair" (NOSS?) - Delta IV-M+(5,2) - Vandenberg SLC-6
TBD - SBIRS-GEO 2 - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - X-37B OTV-2 - Atlas V 501 - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - NRO L-27 - Delta IV-M+(4,2) - Canaveral SLC-37B
TBD - GPS IIF-3 - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - GPS IIF-5 - Delta IV-M+(4,2) - Canaveral SLC-37B
TBD - SBIRS-GEO 1 - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - NRO L-34 - Atlas V 501 - Vandenberg SLC-3E

2012:
Date, Time (GMT) - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site
February - GPS IIF-4 - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
13 April - TDRS-K - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
31 May - RBSP (x2) - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
August - AEHF-2 - Atlas V 531 - Canaveral SLC-41
September - SET-1 - TBD - TBD
October - MUOS-1 - Atlas V 551 - Canaveral SLC-41
October - LADEE - Minotaur V - MARS LP-0B
December - IRIS - TBD - TBD
December - Landsat DCM - Atlas V 401 - Vandenberg SLC-3E
TBD? - WGS-5 - EELV - Canaveral
TBD - WGS-6 - EELV - Canaveral
TBD - Geospace ITSP - Taurus - Vandenberg LC-576E - ??
TBD - NRO L-45 - Atlas V - Vandenberg SLC-3E
TBD - NRO L-36 - EELV - TBD
TBD - Dragon CRS3 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
TBD - Dragon CRS4 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
TBD - SAOCOM-1A - Falcon 9 - Vandenberg SLC-4 - or Omelek
TBD - DragonLab-1 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
TBD - AMOS-4 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 - or Omelek
TBD - AEHF-3 - Atlas V 531 - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - DMSP-5D3 F19 - EELV - Vandenberg

Other
Date, Time (GMT) - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site
23 February 2013 - TDRS-L - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
February 2013 - OCO 2 - Taurus XL 3110 - Vandenberg
18 November 2013 - MAVEN - TBD - Canaveral
2013 - NRO L-35 - EELV - TBD
2013 - Dragon CRS5 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
2013 - Dragon CRS6 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
2013 - Dragon CRS7 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
2013 - SAOCOM-1B - Falcon 9 - Vandenberg SLC-4 (TBC) - or Omelek
2013 - DragonLab-2 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
2013 - NRO L-39 - Atlas V 501 - Vandenberg SLC-3E
May 2014 - GEMS - TBD - TBD
14 August 2014 - MMS - Atlas V 421 - Canaveral SLC-41
1 December 2014 - GPM - Taurus-XL - Vandenberg LC-576E - or November - multiple launches?
2014 - GPS IIIA-1 - EELV - Canaveral
2014 - NRO L-55 - EELV - TBD
2014 - DMSP-5D3 F20 - EELV - Vandenberg
2014 - Dragon CRS8 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
2014 - Dragon CRS9 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
2014 - Dragon CRS10 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
2014 - Sundancer - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
2014 - O2G (x3?) - Falcon 1e - Omelek
May 2015 - Discovery 12 - TBD - TBD
October 2015 - GOES-R - TBD - Canaveral
December 2015 - TDRS-M - EELV - Canaveral
2015 - SIM-Lite - Atlas V 431? - Canaveral SLC-41 - or equivalent rocket
2015 - NRO L-37 - Delta IVH - TBD
2015 - Dragon CRS11 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
2015 - Dragon CRS12 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
February 2016 - ICESat-II - TBD - TBD
December 2016 - TDRS-N - EELV - Canaveral
2016 - ExoMars orbiter/lander - Atlas V - Canaveral SLC-41
February 2017 - GOES-S - TBD - Canaveral
2016 - ExoMars rover - Atlas V - Canaveral
August 2018 - Solar Probe Plus - TBD - TBD
April 2019 - GOES-T - TBD - Canaveral
September 2020 - ITSP - TBD - TBD
2020 - LISA - TBD - TBD
2020 - IXO - TBD - TBD
2021 - GEC - TBD - TBD - ??
January 2022 - Solar Sentinals - TBD - TBD
April 2024 - GOES-U - EELV - Canaveral
TBD - GPS IIF-6 - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - GPS IIF-7 - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - GPS IIF-8 - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - GPS IIF-9 - Delta IV-M+(4,2) - Canaveral SLC-37B
TBD - GPS IIF-10 - Delta IV-M+(4,2) - Canaveral SLC-37B
TBD - GPS IIF-11 - EELV - Canaveral - ??
TBD - GPS IIF-12 - EELV - Canaveral - ??
TBD - SBIRS-GEO 3 - Delta IV-M+(4,2) - Canaveral SLC-37B
TBD - MUOS-2 - Atlas V 551? - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - NRO L-38 - EELV - TBD
TBD - O2G (x3?) - Falcon 1e - Omelek
TBD - O2G (x3?) - Falcon 1e - Omelek
TBD - O2G (x3?) - Falcon 1e - Omelek
TBD - O2G (x3?) - Falcon 1e - Omelek


Probably cancelled
Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (GMT)
TBD - NRO L-29 (Imp. Onyx?) - Atlas V 501 - Vandenberg
TBD - TacSat-1A - Falcon 1 - Omelek
TBD - Argo (RapidEye 6) - Falcon 1e? - Omelek
TBD - Several microsats - Falcon 1 - Omelek
March 2014 - NPOESS-1 - EELV - Vandenberg
May 2016 - NPOESS-2 - EELV - Vandenberg
January 2020 - NPOESS-3 - EELV - Vandenberg
January 2022 - NPOESS-4 - EELV - Vandenberg
December 2013? - Orion 1 - Ares I - Kennedy
September 2014 - Orion 2 - Ares I - Kennedy - or March 2015
2015? - Orion 3 - Ares I - Kennedy
March 2016 - Orion 4 - Ares I - Kennedy
TBD - Orion 5 - Ares I - Kennedy
TBD - Orion 6 - Ares I - Kennedy
TBD - Orion 7 - Ares I - Kennedy
TBD - Orion 8 - Ares I - Kennedy
TBD - Orion 9 - Ares I - Kennedy
TBD - Orion 10 - Ares I - Kennedy
TBD - Orion 11 - Ares I - Kennedy
TBD - Orion 12 - Ares I - Kennedy
June 2019? - Orion 13 - Ares I - Kennedy
TBD - Orion 14 - Ares I - Kennedy
December 2019? - Orion 15 - Ares I - Kennedy
TBD - Orion 16 - Ares I - Kennedy
June 2020? - Orion 17 - Ares I - Kennedy
June 2018 - Ares V-Y - Ares V - Kennedy
June 2019? - Altair 1 - Ares V - Kennedy
December 2019? - Altair 2 - Ares V - Kennedy
June 2020? - Altair 3 - Ares V - Kennedy
TBD - AFSPC-2 - Atlas V 541 - Canaveral SLC-41 - ??

** - range conflict

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Salo

http://www.spaceflightnow.com/news/n1006/23oco2/
ЦитатаThe second Orbiting Carbon Observatory, or OCO 2, will launch in February 2013 on a Taurus XL 3110 rocket from Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., NASA announced Tuesday.
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http://www.spaceflightnow.com/tracking/index.html
ЦитатаAug. 10     Atlas 5  •  AEHF 1
Launch window: 1121-1322 GMT (7:21-9:22 a.m. EDT)
Launch site: SLC-41, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida

The United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 (AV-019) rocket will launch the first Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF) satellite. Built by Lockheed Martin, this U.S. military spacecraft will provide highly-secure communications. The rocket will fly in the 531 vehicle configuration with a five-meter fairing, three solid rocket boosters and a single-engine Centaur upper stage. Delayed from July 2009 due to spacecraft readiness. Delayed from July 30 by payload fairing issue. [July 14]

Sept. 9     Falcon 9  •  Dragon C1
Launch window: TBD
Launch site: SLC-40, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida

The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will launch the first active Dragon spacecraft, called Dragon C1. The mission will demonstrate the capabilities of the Dragon in a four-and-a-half hour test flight named COTS 1. The company is building the Dragon to fly on resupply missions to the International Space Station. Delayed from 2nd Quarter. Delayed from July 21 and August. [July 14]

Nov. 1     Shuttle Discovery   •  ULF 5
Launch time: 2033 GMT (4:33 p.m. EDT)
Launch site: LC-39A, Kennedy Space Center, Florida

STS-133 will be the 35th U.S. mission to the International Space Station. The flight will carry the fourth ExPRESS Logistics Carrier with spare parts for the station. Discovery will also deliver the Permanent Multipurpose Module (PMM). [July 1]

November     Minotaur 4  •  TacSat 4
Launch time: TBD
Launch site: Kodiak Island, Alaska

The Air Force Minotaur 4 rocket will launch the experimental TacSat 4 demonstration satellite for the military's Operationally Responsive Space office. TacSat 4 will test new satellite communications systems. Delayed from September and October. [June 15]

Dec. 10     Minotaur 1  •  ORS 1
Launch time: TBD
Launch site: Pad 0B, Wallops Island, Va.

The Air Force Minotaur 1 rocket will launch the Operationally Responsive Space 1, or ORS 1, satellite. ORS 1 will support the military's intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance needs by hosting an innovative sensor system. [June 30]

Jan. 15     Delta 4-Heavy  •  NROL-49
Launch window: TBD
Launch site: SLC-6, Vandenberg Air Force Base, California

The United Launch Alliance Delta 4-Heavy rocket will launch a classified spy satellite cargo for the U.S. National Reconnaissance Office. The largest of the Delta 4 family, the Heavy version features three Common Booster Cores mounted together to form a triple-body rocket. Delayed from Dec. 1. [July 8]

February     Falcon 9  •  Dragon C2
Launch window: TBD
Launch site: SLC-40, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida

The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will launch the second Dragon spacecraft, called Dragon C2. The mission will demonstrate proximity operations during an approach within 6 miles of the International Space Station. The company is building the Dragon to fly on resupply missions to the orbiting lab. Delayed from Nov. 11. [June 15]

Feb. 26     Shuttle Endeavour   •  ULF 6
Launch time: 2119 GMT (4:19 p.m. EST)
Launch site: LC-39A, Kennedy Space Center, Florida

STS-134 will be the 36th U.S. mission to the International Space Station. The flight will carry the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer to be attached for research at the station. Endeavour will also haul maintenance supplies and spare parts to the station on the third ExPRESS Logistics Carrier. Delayed from July 29 due to AMS issues. [July 1]


April     Delta 2  •  SAC-D/Aquarius
Launch window: TBD
Launch site: SLC-2W, Vandenberg Air Force Base, California

The United Launch Alliance Delta 2 rocket will launch Argentina's SAC-D satellite with the Aquarius instrument for NASA. SAC-D and Aquarius will map salt concentrations in the world's oceans. The rocket will fly in the 7320-10 vehicle configuration with three solid rocket motors and a 10-foot payload fairing. ULA will conduct this commercial launch for Boeing. [July 11]
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http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=8184.msg619019#msg619019
ЦитатаLaunched:
Date, Time (GMT) - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site
8 February, 09:14 - STS-130 - Endeavour - Kennedy LC-39A
11 February, 15:23 - SDO - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
4 March, 23:57 - GOES-P - Delta IV-M+(4,2) - Canaveral SLC-37B
5 April, 10:21 - STS-131 - Discovery - Kennedy LC-39A
22 April, 23:52 - USA-212 (X-37B OTV-1) - Atlas V 501 - Canaveral SLC-41
14 May, 18:20 - STS-132 - Atlantis - Kennedy LC-39A
28 May, 03:00 - GPS IIF-1 - Delta IVM+(4,2) - Canaveral SLC-37B
4 June, 18:45 - DSQU - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40

14 August, 11:07 - AEHF-1 - Atlas V 531 - Canaveral SLC-41

Scheduled:
Date, Time (GMT) - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site
20 September - NRO L-41 - Atlas V 401 - Vandenberg SLC-3E
26 September, 04:41-04:55 - SBSS - Minotaur IV - Vandenberg SLC-8
19 October - NRO L-32 - Delta IV-H -  Canaveral SLC-37B
23 October - Dragon C1 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
30 October, 02:21-02:34 - COSMO-4 - Delta II 7420-10 - Vandenberg SLC-2W
1 November, 20:33 - STS-133/PLM - Discovery - Kennedy LC-39A
17 November - GPS IIF-2 - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
22 November, 10:09 - Glory/Kysat/Hermes/Explorer-1' - Taurus-XL 3110 - Vandenberg LC-576E
November - FASTSAT/FASTRAC-A/FASTRAC-B/FalconSat-4/OREOS/RAX - Minotaur IV - Kodiak LP-1
TBD - TacSat-4 - Minotaur IV - Kodiak LP-1

2011:
Date, Time (GMT) - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site
15 January - NRO L-49 (Imp. Crystal?) - Delta IV-H - Vandenberg SLC-6
January - NRO L-34 - Atlas V 501 - Vandenberg SLC-3E
January - ORS-1 - Minotaur I - MARS LP-0B
26 February, 21:19** - STS-134/ELC-3/AMS - Endeavour - Kennedy LC-39A
27 February** - Dragon C2 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
March? - SBIRS-GEO 1 - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41 - or Delta IV in April
April - SAC-D - Delta II 7320 - Vandenberg SLC-2W
4 May - Dragon C3 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 - may be cancelled
June - test flight - Taurus II - MARS LP-0A
30 July - Dragon CRS1 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
July - NRO L-15 - Delta IV-H - Canaveral SLC-37B
1 August - NuSTAR - Pegasus-XL - Kwajalein - or 3 February 2012
5 August, 15:54:55-16:24:55 - Juno - Atlas V 551 - Canaveral SLC-41
8 September - GRAIL - Delta II 7920H - Canaveral SLC-17B
September - Cygnus Demo - Taurus II - MARS LP-0A
11 October - Dragon CRS2 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
December - Cygnus CRS1 - Taurus II - MARS LP-0A
18 October - NPP-Bridge - Delta II 7920 - Vandenberg SLC-2W
25 November  - MSL - Atlas V 541 - Canaveral SLC-41
1 December (NET) - WGS-4 - Delta IV-M+(5,4) - Canaveral SLC-37B
December - AEHF-2 - Atlas V 531 - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - NRO L-25 "Altair" (NOSS?) - Delta IV-M+(5,2) - Vandenberg SLC-6
TBD - SBIRS-GEO 2 - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - X-37B OTV-2 - Atlas V 501 - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - NRO L-27 - Delta IV-M+(4,2) - Canaveral SLC-37B
TBD - GPS IIF-3 - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - GPS IIF-5 - Delta IV-M+(4,2) - Canaveral SLC-37B
TBD - TBD - Falcon 1e - Omelek - Payload for MDA (Canada) or DemoSat
TBD - O2G (x3?) - Falcon 1e - Omelek

2012:
Date, Time (GMT) - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site
February - GPS IIF-4 - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
13 April - TDRS-K - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
31 May - RBSP (x2) - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
September - SET-1 - TBD - TBD
October - MUOS-1 - Atlas V 551 - Canaveral SLC-41
October - LADEE - Minotaur V  - MARS LP-0B
year end - GeoEye 2 -  Atlas V 401 - Vandenberg
December - IRIS - TBD - TBD
December - Landsat DCM - Atlas V 401 - Vandenberg SLC-3E
TBD? - WGS-5 - EELV - Canaveral
TBD - WGS-6 - EELV - Canaveral
TBD - Geospace ITSP - Taurus - Vandenberg LC-576E - ??
TBD - NRO L-45 - Atlas V - Vandenberg SLC-3E
TBD - NRO L-36 - EELV - TBD
TBD - Dragon CRS3 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
TBD - Dragon CRS4 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
TBD - SAOCOM-1A - Falcon 9 - Vandenberg SLC-4 - or Omelek
TBD - DragonLab-1 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
TBD - Cassiope - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
TBD - AMOS-4 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 - or Omelek
TBD - AEHF-3 - Atlas V 531 - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - DMSP-5D3 F19 - EELV - Vandenberg

Other
Date, Time (GMT) - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site
23 February 2013 - TDRS-L - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
18 November 2013 - MAVEN - TBD - Canaveral
2013 - NRO L-35 - EELV - TBD
2013 - Dragon CRS5 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
2013 - Dragon CRS6 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
2013 - Dragon CRS7 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
2013 - SAOCOM-1B - Falcon 9 - Vandenberg SLC-4 (TBC) - or Omelek
2013 - DragonLab-2 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
2013 - NRO L-39 - Atlas V 501 - Vandenberg SLC-3E
May 2014 - GEMS - TBD - TBD
14 August 2014 - MMS - Atlas V 421 - Canaveral SLC-41
1 December 2014 - GPM - Taurus-XL - Vandenberg LC-576E - or November - multiple launches?
2014 - GPS IIIA-1 - EELV - Canaveral
2014 - NRO L-55 - EELV - TBD
2014 - DMSP-5D3 F20 - EELV - Vandenberg
2014 - Dragon CRS8 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
2014 - Dragon CRS9 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
2014 - Dragon CRS10 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
2014 - Sundancer - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
2014 - O2G (x3?) - Falcon 1e - Omelek
2014 - WorldView-3 - TBD - TBD
May 2015 - Discovery 12 - TBD - TBD
October 2015 - GOES-R - TBD - Canaveral
December 2015 - TDRS-M - EELV - Canaveral
2015 - SIM-Lite - Atlas V 431? - Canaveral SLC-41 - or equivalent rocket
2015 - NRO L-37 - Delta IVH - TBD
2015 - Dragon CRS11 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
2015 - Dragon CRS12 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
February 2016 - ICESat-II - TBD - TBD
December 2016 - TDRS-N - EELV - Canaveral
2016 - ExoMars orbiter/lander - Atlas V - Canaveral SLC-41
February 2017 - GOES-S - TBD - Canaveral
2016 - ExoMars rover - Atlas V - Canaveral
August 2018 - Solar Probe Plus - TBD - TBD
April 2019 - GOES-T - TBD - Canaveral
September 2020 - ITSP - TBD - TBD
2020 - LISA - TBD - TBD
2020 - IXO - TBD - TBD
2021 - GEC - TBD - TBD - ??
January 2022 - Solar Sentinals - TBD - TBD
April 2024 - GOES-U - EELV - Canaveral
TBD - GPS IIF-6 - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - GPS IIF-7 - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - GPS IIF-8 - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - GPS IIF-9 - Delta IV-M+(4,2) - Canaveral SLC-37B
TBD - GPS IIF-10 - Delta IV-M+(4,2) - Canaveral SLC-37B
TBD - GPS IIF-11 - EELV - Canaveral - ??
TBD - GPS IIF-12 - EELV - Canaveral - ??
TBD - SBIRS-GEO 3 - Delta IV-M+(4,2) - Canaveral SLC-37B
TBD - MUOS-2 - Atlas V 551? - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - NRO L-38 - EELV - TBD
TBD - O2G (x3?) - Falcon 1e - Omelek
TBD - O2G (x3?) - Falcon 1e - Omelek
TBD - O2G (x3?) - Falcon 1e - Omelek
TBD - O2G (x3?) - Falcon 1e - Omelek


Probably cancelled
Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (GMT)
TBD - NRO L-29 (Imp. Onyx?) - Atlas V 501 - Vandenberg
TBD - TacSat-1A - Falcon 1 - Omelek
TBD - Argo (RapidEye 6) - Falcon 1e? - Omelek
TBD - Several microsats - Falcon 1 - Omelek
March 2014 - NPOESS-1 - EELV - Vandenberg
May 2016 - NPOESS-2 - EELV - Vandenberg
January 2020 - NPOESS-3 - EELV - Vandenberg
January 2022 - NPOESS-4 - EELV - Vandenberg
December 2013? - Orion 1 - Ares I - Kennedy
September 2014 - Orion 2 - Ares I - Kennedy - or March 2015
2015? - Orion 3 - Ares I - Kennedy
March 2016 - Orion 4 - Ares I - Kennedy
TBD - Orion 5 - Ares I - Kennedy
TBD - Orion 6 - Ares I - Kennedy
TBD - Orion 7 - Ares I - Kennedy
TBD - Orion 8 - Ares I - Kennedy
TBD - Orion 9 - Ares I - Kennedy
TBD - Orion 10 - Ares I - Kennedy
TBD - Orion 11 - Ares I - Kennedy
TBD - Orion 12 - Ares I - Kennedy
June 2019? - Orion 13 - Ares I - Kennedy
TBD - Orion 14 - Ares I - Kennedy
December 2019? - Orion 15 - Ares I - Kennedy
TBD - Orion 16 - Ares I - Kennedy
June 2020? - Orion 17 - Ares I - Kennedy
June 2018 - Ares V-Y - Ares V - Kennedy
June 2019? - Altair 1 - Ares V - Kennedy
December 2019? - Altair 2 - Ares V - Kennedy
June 2020? - Altair 3 - Ares V - Kennedy
TBD - AFSPC-2 - Atlas V 541 - Canaveral SLC-41 - ??

** - range conflict

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ЦитатаAug. 12    Atlas 5  •  AEHF 1
Launch window: 1113-1313 GMT (7:13-9:13 a.m. EDT)
Launch site: SLC-41, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida

Sept. 20    Atlas 5  •  NROL-41
Launch window: TBD
Launch site: SLC-3E, Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif.

Late September    Falcon 9  •  Dragon C1
Launch window: TBD
Launch site: SLC-40, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida

Oct. 1    Minotaur 4  •  STP S26
Launch time: TBD
Launch site: Kodiak Island, Alaska
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Salo

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ЦитатаAug. 14     Atlas 5  •  AEHF 1
Launch window: 1107-1306 GMT (7:07-9:06 a.m. EDT)
Launch site: SLC-41, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida

The United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 (AV-019) rocket will launch the first Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF) satellite. Built by Lockheed Martin, this U.S. military spacecraft will provide highly-secure communications. The rocket will fly in the 531 vehicle configuration with a five-meter fairing, three solid rocket boosters and a single-engine Centaur upper stage. Delayed from July 2009 due to spacecraft readiness. Delayed from July 30 by payload fairing issue. Delayed from Aug. 10 and Aug. 12. See our Mission Status Center. [Aug. 9]
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Salo

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ЦитатаLate September     Minotaur 4  •  SBSS
Launch window: 0441-0455 GMT (12:41-12:55 a.m. EDT)
Launch site: SLC-8, Vandenberg Air Force Base, California

The Air Force Minotaur 4 rocket will launch the first satellite of the Space-Based Surveillance System. SBSS will join a network of ground sensors that track satellites in orbit around Earth. The launch will be the second flight of the Minotaur 4 rocket, which is partially comprised of retired Peacekeeper motors. Delayed from Oct. 23, Oct. 30, April and July 8. Delayed from August due to analysis of avionics connectors. [Aug. 12]
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интересующийся

http://boeing.mediaroom.com/index.php?s=43&item=1383
ЦитатаEL SEGUNDO, Calif., Aug. 24, 2010 -- Boeing [NYSE] today announced it has received a contract from Intelsat S.A. to provide a second ultra-high frequency (UHF) hosted payload on another of the four commercial communications satellites that Intelsat ordered from Boeing last year. Financial details were not disclosed.

The second UHF hosted payload will be installed on the IS-27 satellite. The payload will offer 20 25-KHz UHF channels capable of serving the U.S. government and other Intelsat General clients around the world. The second payload will be identical to the UHF payload for the Australian Defence Force that will be hosted on the IS-22 satellite and launched in 2012.

"Providing a second military hosted payload for Intelsat demonstrates our ability to rapidly respond to provide capability to augment government customers' needs," said Craig Cooning, vice president and general manager of Boeing Space & Intelligence Systems. "Boeing has been a leading government payload provider for more than 40 years, and we are well qualified to equip commercial satellites with operationally responsive space solutions for military customers around the world."

The modular design of the Boeing 702MP satellites in the Intelsat series allows the UHF and other hosted payloads to be accommodated easily, with no impact to the assembly or delivery schedules.

Boeing is a long-time provider of UHF payloads to the U.S. Navy. The company built 11 satellites for the Navy's UHF Follow-On system, which provides secure global communications for the U.S. military worldwide. Boeing also is under contract to deliver three UHF payloads to prime contractor Lockheed Martin for the Navy's Mobile User Objective System (MUOS) communications system.

Boeing is building the four Intelsat satellites and the two hosted payloads at its satellite factory in El Segundo. IS-27 is planned to operate over the Atlantic Ocean region at 55 degrees west longitude and will provide simultaneous operation of 39 C- and Ku-band transponders that deliver optimized video, network and voice services to the Americas and Europe.
Бывает, что усердие превозмогает и рассудок

Salo

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ЦитатаSept. 26    Minotaur 4  •  SBSS
Launch window: 0441-0455 GMT (12:41-12:55 a.m. EDT)
Launch site: SLC-8, Vandenberg Air Force Base, California

NOTE: Launch time equates to 9:41 p.m. local on Sept. 25th

This new launch date is tentative and could change


The Air Force Minotaur 4 rocket will launch the first satellite of the Space-Based Surveillance System. SBSS will join a network of ground sensors that track satellites in orbit around Earth. The launch will be the second flight of the Minotaur 4 rocket, which is partially comprised of retired Peacekeeper motors. Delayed from Oct. 23, Oct. 30, April and July 8. Delayed from August due to analysis of avionics connectors. [Aug. 28]


November    Minotaur 4  •  STP S26
Launch time: TBD
Launch site: LP-1, Kodiak Launch Complex, Alaska

The Air Force Minotaur 4 rocket will launch a group of satellites in a launch opportunity sponsored by the Air Force's Space Test Program. The payloads include the Air Force's STPSat 2 satellite, NASA's FASTSAT (Fast, Affordable, Science and Technology Satellite), two FASTRAC spacecraft from the University of Texas, the Air Force Academy's FalconSat 5 satellite, and NASA's O/OREOS CubeSat mission. Delayed from May 28. Moved up from Sept. 5. Delayed from Sept. 1 and October. [Aug. 28]


TBD    Minotaur 4  •  TacSat 4
Launch time: TBD
Launch site: LP-1, Kodiak Launch Complex, Alaska

The Air Force Minotaur 4 rocket will launch the experimental TacSat 4 demonstration satellite for the military's Operationally Responsive Space office. TacSat 4 will test new satellite communications


Jan.    Minotaur 1  •  ORS 1
Launch time: TBD
Launch site: Pad 0B, Wallops Island, Va.

The Air Force Minotaur 1 rocket will launch the Operationally Responsive Space 1, or ORS 1, satellite. ORS 1 will support the military's intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance needs by hosting an innovative sensor system. Delayed from Dec. 10. [Aug. 28]
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Salo

http://www.aviationweek.com/aw/generic/story_channel.jsp?channel=space&id=news/asd/2010/08/30/07.xml&headline=SpaceX
ЦитатаSpace Exploration Technologies (SpaceX) has requested Oct. 23 on the 45th Space Wing's calendar for launch of its second Falcon 9 rocket, which will aim to place a Dragon cargo capsule into orbit.
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Yra Napr

1 сентября 2010
WorldView-3 будут строить Ball Aerospace и ITT   

Компания DigitalGlobe (Лонгмонт, Колорадо) заключила контракты с корпорациями Ball Aerospace&Technologies и ITT общей стоимостью 301 млн. дол. США на разработку спутника следующего поколения.

DigitalGlobe, Inc (NYSE: DGI) заключила контракт с расположенной в Боулдере Ball Aerospace на разработку и сбор спутника WorldView-3 к 2014 году. Стоимость контракта составляет 180,6 млн. дол. США, если Ball Aerospace (NYSE: BLL) уложится в сроки и технологические этапы разработки спутника.

ITT Corporation (Ганновер, Мэриленд) получила контракт на создание бортовой съемочной системы для спутника WorldView-3 на сумму 120,5 млн. дол. США в срок до 2013 года. Съемочная система WorldView-3 будет способна получать 8-канальные мультиспектральные изображения высокого разрешения.

После окончательного одобрения 27 августа, подписан контракт, согласно которому федеральное правительство выделяет DigitalGlobe 3,6 млрд. дол. США на поставку спутниковых снимков Земли в течение следующего десятилетия. Национальное агентство геопространственной разведки планирует ежегодно выплачивать DigitalGlobe 250 млн. дол., которые увеличатся до 300 млн. дол. в 2014 году после запуска WorldView-3.

Aerospace и ITT уже разработали три спутника для DigitalGlobe, которые в настоящее время работают на орбите: QuickBird запущен в 2001 г., WorldView-1 -- в 2007 г. и WorldView-2 в 2009 г. Обе корпорации Ball Aerospace и ITT владеют небольшими пакетами акций DigitalGlobe.

Источник - http://www.pryroda.gov.ua/index.php?newsid=1004151
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Космос-3794

GeoEye 2, конец 2012, Atlas 5-401, Вандерберг, солнечно-синхронная орбита.

http://www.spaceflightnow.com/news/n1009/07geoeye2/

Salo

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Salo

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ЦитатаNov. 19     Minotaur 4  •  STP S26
Launch time: TBD
Launch site: LP-1, Kodiak Launch Complex, Alaska

The Air Force Minotaur 4 rocket will launch a group of satellites in a launch opportunity sponsored by the Air Force's Space Test Program. The payloads include the Air Force's STPSat 2 satellite, NASA's FASTSAT (Fast, Affordable, Science and Technology Satellite), two FASTRAC spacecraft from the University of Texas, the Air Force Academy's FalconSat 5 satellite, and NASA's O/OREOS CubeSat mission. Delayed from May 28. Moved up from Sept. 5. Delayed from Sept. 1 and October. [Sept. 13]
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