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№ - Дата, Время (GMT)- КА - РКН/РБ - Космодром
Date, Time (GMT) - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site

01 - 8 February, 09:14 - STS-130 - Endeavour - Kennedy LC-39A
02 - 11 February, 15:23 - SDO - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
03 - 4 March, 23:57 - GOES-P - Delta IV-M+(4,2) - Canaveral SLC-37B
04 - 5 April, 10:21 - STS-131 - Discovery - Kennedy LC-39A
05 - 22 April, 23:52 - USA-212 (X-37B OTV-1) - Atlas V 501 - Canaveral SLC-41
06 - 14 May, 18:20 - STS-132 - Atlantis - Kennedy LC-39A
07 - 28 May, 03:00 - USA-213 (GPS IIF-1) - Delta IVM+(4,2) - Canaveral SLC-37B
08 - 4 June, 18:45 - DSQU - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
09 - 14 August, 11:07 - USA-214 (AEHF-1) - Atlas V 531 - Canaveral SLC-41
10 - 21 September, 04:03:30 - NRO L-41 - Atlas V 401 - Vandenberg SLC-3E
11 - 26 September, 04:41 - SBSS - Minotaur IV - Vandenberg SLC-8
12 - 6 November, 02:20:03 - COSMO-4 - Delta II 7420-10 - Vandenberg SLC-2W
13 - 20 November, 01:25 - FASTSAT/FASTRAC-A/FASTRAC-B/FalconSat-4/OREOS/RAX - Minotaur IV - Kodiak LP-1
14 - 21 November, 22:58 - NRO L-32 - Delta IV-H - Canaveral SLC-37B

Scheduled:[/size]

Дата, Время (GMT)- КА - РКН/РБ - Космодром
Date, Time (GMT) - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site
 
7 December, 14:03-17:22 - Dragon C1 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40

2011:
Дата, Время (GMT)- КА - РКН/РБ - Космодром
Date, Time (GMT) - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site

11 January - NRO L-49 - Delta IV-H - Vandenberg SLC-6
3 February (NET) - STS-133/PLM - Discovery - Kennedy LC-39A
5 February - NRO L-66 - Minotaur 1-Vandenberg
23 February, 10:10 - Glory/Kysat/Hermes/Explorer-1' - Taurus-XL 3110 - Vandenberg LC-576E
27 February, 20:35 - STS-134/ELC-3/AMS - Endeavour - Kennedy LC-39A
4 March - X-37B OTV-2 FLT-1 - Atlas V 501 - Canaveral SLC-41
11 March - NRO L-27 - Delta IV-M+(4,2) - Canaveral SLC-37B
31 March - NRO L-34 - Atlas V 501 - Vandenberg SLC-3E
6 April - ORS-1 - Minotaur I - MARS LP-0B
14 April - Dragon C2/2 Orbcomm - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
30 April - SBIRS-GEO 1 - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
Early May - TacSat-4 - Minotaur IV - Kodiak LP-1
6 June - Dragon C3 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 - may be cancelled
9 June - SAC-D - Delta II 7320 - Vandenberg SLC-2W
23 June - GPS IIF-5 - Delta IV-M+(4,2) - Canaveral SLC-37B
20 July - Dragon CRS1 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
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 - TBD - Delta IV - TBD
3-rd quarter - Risk reduction test flight - Taurus II - MARS
25 October, 09:47:35-09:57:35 - NPP-Bridge - Delta II 7920 - Vandenberg SLC-2W
4 November - Dragon CRS2 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
25 November (NET) - MSL - Atlas V 541 - Canaveral SLC-41
15 December - NRO L-15 - Delta IV-H - Canaveral SLC-37B
NET December - WGS-4 - Delta IV-M+(5,4) - Canaveral SLC-37B
4-th quarter - Cygnus Demo - Taurus II - MARS LP-0A
TBD - TBD - Falcon 1e - Omelek - Payload for MDA (Canada) or DemoSat
TBD - O2G (x3?) - Falcon 1e - Omelek
TBD - NRO L-25 - Delta IV-M+(5,2) - Vandenberg SLC-6
TBD - SBIRS-GEO 2 - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - GPS IIF-3 - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41

2012:
Дата, Время (GMT)- КА - РКН/РБ - Космодром
Date, Time (GMT) - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site

3 February - NuSTAR - Pegasus-XL - Kwajalein
February - GPS IIF-4 - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
March or April - AEHF-2 - Atlas V 531 - Canaveral SLC-41
1-st quarter - Cygnus CRS1 - Taurus II - MARS LP-0A
13 April - TDRS-K - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
31 May - RBSP (x2) - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
NLT Summer - AEHF-3 - 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
1 December - IRIS - Pegasus XL - Vandenberg
NET December - Landsat DCM - Atlas V 401 - Vandenberg SLC-3E
4Q? - GeoEye-2/TBD? - Atlas V 401 - Vandenberg SLC-3E
TBD - GPS IIF-2 - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
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 - DMSP-5D3 F19 - EELV - Vandenberg

Other
Дата, Время (GMT)- КА - РКН/РБ - Космодром
Date, Time (GMT) - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site

23 February 2013 - TDRS-L - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
18 November 2013 - MAVEN - Atlas V 401 - 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?
3-rd quarter 2014 - Formosat-7 (6 sat) - Minotaur-4 - Vandenberg
November 2014 - SMAP - TBD - TBD
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 - JPSS-1 - TBD - TBD

October 2015 - GOES-R - TBD - Canaveral
October 2015 - ICESat-II - TBD - TBD
December 2015 - TDRS-M - EELV - Canaveral
2015 - SIM-Lite - Atlas V 431? - Canaveral SLC-41 - or equivalent rocket
2015 - NRO L-37 - Delta IV-H - TBD
2015 - Dragon CRS11 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
2015 - Dragon CRS12 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
2015 1-st quarter- Iridium Next - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40

3-rd quarter 2016 - Formosat-7 (7 sat) - Minotaur-4 - Vandenberg
December 2016 - TDRS-N - EELV - Canaveral
2016 - ExoMars orbiter/lander - Atlas V - Canaveral SLC-41
2016 - ExoMars rover - Atlas V - Canaveral
2016 - Discovery 12 - TBD - TBD
2016 - EX-1 - TBD - TBD
2016 - Grace-FO - TBD - TBD

February 2017 - GOES-S - TBD - Canaveral
2017 - EX-2 - TBD - TBD
2017 -DESDynl-L - TBD - TBD
2017 - CLARREO-1 - TBD - TBD

August 2018 - Solar Probe Plus - TBD - TBD
2018 - Discovery 13 - TBD - TBD
2018 - JPSS-2 - TBD - TBD
2018 - PACE - TBD - TBD

April 2019 - GOES-T - TBD - Canaveral
2019 - ASCENDS - TBD - TBD
2019 - EX-3 - TBD - TBD

September 2020 - ITSP - TBD - TBD
2020 - LISA - TBD - TBD
2020 - IXO - TBD - TBD
2020 - CLARREO-2 - TBD - TBD
2020 - EX-4 - TBD - TBD
2020 - STP-5  - TBD - TBD
2020 - SWOT - 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 1e - Omelek
TBD - Argo (RapidEye 6) - Falcon 1e - Omelek
TBD - Several microsats - Falcon 1e - 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

Сокращения:
TBD - подлежит определению;
NET - не ранее чем;
NLT - не позднее чем.

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"Были когда-то и мы рысаками!!!"

Salo

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Pol

Вопрос уважаемому Salo:

Что за запуск?

01/01 NET   P-3 LAUNCH 2/TDRSS   4/2   0545Z   0545Z-0945Z   N/A   3 DAYS

Источник - FLIGHT DYNAMICS FACILITY
OPERATIONS ACTIVITIES SCHEDULE
С уважением, Павел Акулаев

Salo

http://msdb.gsfc.nasa.gov/MissionData.php?mission=P-3%20Launch%202
ЦитатаLaunch Vehicle Type: P-3
Launch Vehicle Customer: Reimbursable U.S. Navy
Видимо пуск БРПЛ в интересах американского флота.
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Salo

http://www.spaceflightnow.com/tracking/index.html
ЦитатаFeb. 5     Minotaur 1  •  NROL-66
Launch window: TBD
Launch site: SLC-8, Vandenberg Air Force Base, California

The Air Force Minotaur 1 rocket will launch a classified satellite payload for the U.S. National Reconnaissance Office. Moved up from March. [Nov. 23]


Early May     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 systems. Delayed from September, October and November. [Nov. 23]
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Salo

Цитатаhttp://www.satellitetoday.com/st/headlines/35655.html?hq_e=el&hq_m=2094595&hq_l=18&hq_v=dba404a40a

Astrotech Wins Sixth NPOESS Contract for $35 Million
November 25, 2010 | Satellite Today | Jeffrey Hill
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[Satellite TODAY 11-25-10] Commercial aerospace services provider Astrotech Corp. has won a fully-funded task order under the U.S. Department of Defense's $35 million Vandenberg Air Force Base (VAFB) indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract, Astrotech announced Nov. 24.
    The company will provide facilities and payload processing services from its VAFB location in support of NASA's National Polar-orbiting Operational Environmental Satellite System (NPOESS) Preparatory Project (NPP) mission scheduled to launch in October 2011.
    Astrotech has been awarded six out of seven of the NASA VAFB IDIQ missions awarded to date. NPP is a joint mission to extend key measurements in support of long-term monitoring of climate trends and of global biological productivity. The mission aims to provide atmospheric and sea surface temperatures, humidity sounding, land and ocean biological productivity, and cloud and aerosol properties.
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Salo

http://www.spaceflightnow.com/
ЦитатаSpaceX delays Falcon launch until at least Thursday

An issue with the Falcon 9 rocket's second stage engine has pushed back liftoff of the privately-built booster until at least Thursday. Launch could slip to the weekend if engineers need to replace the upper stage engine nozzle.
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http://www.spaceflightnow.com/tracking/index.html
ЦитатаDec. 8
    Falcon 9  •  COTS 1
Launch window: 1400-1722 GMT (9 a.m.-12:22 p.m. EST)
Launch site: SLC-40, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida

Feb. 3     Shuttle Discovery   •  ULF 5
Launch time: 0634 GMT (1:34 a.m. EST)
Launch site: LC-39A, Kennedy Space Center, Florida

April 1     Shuttle Endeavour   •  ULF 6
Launch time: 0715 GMT (3:15 a.m. EDT)
Launch site: LC-39A, Kennedy Space Center, Florida
"Были когда-то и мы рысаками!!!"

Salo

Launched:[/size]

№ - Дата, Время (GMT)- КА - РКН/РБ - Космодром
Date, Time (GMT) - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site

01 - 8 February, 09:14 - STS-130 - Endeavour - Kennedy LC-39A
02 - 11 February, 15:23 - SDO - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
03 - 4 March, 23:57 - GOES-P - Delta IV-M+(4,2) - Canaveral SLC-37B
04 - 5 April, 10:21 - STS-131 - Discovery - Kennedy LC-39A
05 - 22 April, 23:52 - USA-212 (X-37B OTV-1) - Atlas V 501 - Canaveral SLC-41
06 - 14 May, 18:20 - STS-132 - Atlantis - Kennedy LC-39A
07 - 28 May, 03:00 - USA-213 (GPS IIF-1) - Delta IVM+(4,2) - Canaveral SLC-37B
08 - 4 June, 18:45 - DSQU - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
09 - 14 August, 11:07 - USA-214 (AEHF-1) - Atlas V 531 - Canaveral SLC-41
10 - 21 September, 04:03:30 - NRO L-41 - Atlas V 401 - Vandenberg SLC-3E
11 - 26 September, 04:41 - SBSS - Minotaur IV - Vandenberg SLC-8
12 - 6 November, 02:20:03 - COSMO-4 - Delta II 7420-10 - Vandenberg SLC-2W
13 - 20 November, 01:25 - FASTSAT/FASTRAC-A/FASTRAC-B/FalconSat-4/OREOS/RAX - Minotaur IV - Kodiak LP-1
14 - 21 November, 22:58 - NRO L-32 - Delta IV-H - Canaveral SLC-37B
15 - 8 December, 15:43 - Dragon C1/Colony-1-1/Colony-1-2/SMDC-ONE/CAERUS/LANL-1/LANL-2 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40

Scheduled:[/size]

2011:
Дата, Время (GMT)- КА - РКН/РБ - Космодром
Date, Time (GMT) - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site

11 January - NRO L-49 - Delta IV-H - Vandenberg SLC-6
3 February, 06:34 - STS-133/PLM - Discovery - Kennedy LC-39A
5 February - NRO L-66 - Minotaur 1-Vandenberg
23 February, 10:10 - Glory/Kysat/Hermes/Explorer-1' - Taurus-XL 3110 - Vandenberg LC-576E
4 March - X-37B OTV-2 FLT-1 - Atlas V 501 - Canaveral SLC-41
11 March - NRO L-27 - Delta IV-M+(4,2) - Canaveral SLC-37B
31 March - NRO L-34 - Atlas V 501 - Vandenberg SLC-3E
1 April, 07:15 - STS-134/ELC-3/AMS - Endeavour - Kennedy LC-39A
6 April - ORS-1 - Minotaur I - MARS LP-0B
30 April - SBIRS-GEO 1 - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
Early May - TacSat-4 - Minotaur IV - Kodiak LP-1
9 June - SAC-D - Delta II 7320 - Vandenberg SLC-2W
23 June - GPS IIF-5 - Delta IV-M+(4,2) - Canaveral SLC-37B
15 July - Dragon C2/2 Orbcomm - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
5 August, 16:10-17:40 - Juno - Atlas V 551 - Canaveral SLC-41
8 September - GRAIL - Delta II 7920H - Canaveral SLC-17B
September - TBD - Delta IV - TBD
3-rd quarter - Risk reduction test flight - Taurus II - MARS
8 October - Dragon C3 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 - may be cancelled
25 October, 09:47:35-09:57:35 - NPP-Bridge - Delta II 7920 - Vandenberg SLC-2W
25 November, 15:21 - MSL - Atlas V 541 - Canaveral SLC-41
7 December  - Dragon CRS1 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
14 December - Cygnus Demo - Taurus II - MARS LP-0A
15 December - NRO L-15 - Delta IV-H - Canaveral SLC-37B
NET December - WGS-4 - Delta IV-M+(5,4) - Canaveral SLC-37B
TBD - TBD - Falcon 1e - Omelek - DemoSat
TBD - MDA payload - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
TBD - O2G (x3?) - Falcon 1e - Omelek
TBD - NRO L-25 - Delta IV-M+(5,2) - Vandenberg SLC-6
TBD - SBIRS-GEO 2 - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - GPS IIF-3 - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41

2012:
Дата, Время (GMT)- КА - РКН/РБ - Космодром
Date, Time (GMT) - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site

3 February - NuSTAR - Pegasus-XL - Kwajalein
February - GPS IIF-4 - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
March or April - AEHF-2 - Atlas V 531 - Canaveral SLC-41
1-st quarter - Cygnus CRS1 - Taurus II - MARS LP-0A
13 April - TDRS-K - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
31 May - RBSP (x2) - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
NLT Summer - AEHF-3 - 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
1 December - IRIS - Pegasus XL - Vandenberg
NET December - Landsat DCM - Atlas V 401 - Vandenberg SLC-3E
4Q? - GeoEye-2/TBD? - Atlas V 401 - Vandenberg SLC-3E
TBD - GPS IIF-2 - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
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 - DMSP-5D3 F19 - EELV - Vandenberg
TBD - Dragon CRS2 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40

Other
Дата, Время (GMT)- КА - РКН/РБ - Космодром
Date, Time (GMT) - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site

23 February 2013 - TDRS-L - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
18 November 2013 - MAVEN - Atlas V 401 - 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
2013 - FORMOSAT 5 - Falcon 1e - Omelek

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?
3-rd quarter 2014 - Formosat-7 (6 sat) - Minotaur-4 - Vandenberg
November 2014 - SMAP - TBD - TBD
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 - JPSS-1 - TBD - TBD
2014 - Space Systems/Loral payload - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 or Omelek
2014 - Astrium payload - Falcon 1e - Omelek

1-st quarter 2015  - 9 Iridium Next - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
October 2015 - GOES-R - TBD - Canaveral
October 2015 - ICESat-II - TBD - TBD
December 2015 - TDRS-M - EELV - Canaveral
2015 - SIM-Lite - Atlas V 431? - Canaveral SLC-41 - or equivalent rocket
2015 - NRO L-37 - Delta IV-H - TBD
2015 - Dragon CRS11 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
2015 - Dragon CRS12 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40

3-rd quarter 2016 - Formosat-7 (7 sat) - Minotaur-4 - Vandenberg
December 2016 - TDRS-N - EELV - Canaveral
2016 - ExoMars orbiter/lander - Atlas V - Canaveral SLC-41
2016 - ExoMars rover - Atlas V - Canaveral
2016 - Discovery 12 - TBD - TBD
2016 - EX-1 - TBD - TBD
2016 - Grace-FO - TBD - TBD

February 2017 - GOES-S - TBD - Canaveral
2017 - EX-2 - TBD - TBD
2017 -DESDynl-L - TBD - TBD
2017 - CLARREO-1 - TBD - TBD

August 2018 - Solar Probe Plus - TBD - TBD
2018 - Discovery 13 - TBD - TBD
2018 - JPSS-2 - TBD - TBD
2018 - PACE - TBD - TBD

April 2019 - GOES-T - TBD - Canaveral
2019 - ASCENDS - TBD - TBD
2019 - EX-3 - TBD - TBD

September 2020 - ITSP - TBD - TBD
2020 - LISA - TBD - TBD
2020 - IXO - TBD - TBD
2020 - CLARREO-2 - TBD - TBD
2020 - EX-4 - TBD - TBD
2020 - STP-5 - TBD - TBD
2020 - SWOT - 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
TBD - 9 Iridium Next - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
TBD - 9 Iridium Next - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
TBD - 9 Iridium Next - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
TBD - 9 Iridium Next - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
TBD - 9 Iridium Next - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
TBD - 9 Iridium Next - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
TBD - 9 Iridium Next - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40


Probably cancelled
Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (GMT)
TBD - NRO L-29 (Imp. Onyx?) - Atlas V 501 - Vandenberg
TBD - AFSPC-2 - Atlas V 541 - Canaveral SLC-41 - ??

** - range conflict

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NET - не ранее чем;
NLT - не позднее чем.

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http://www.lockheedmartin.com/news/press_releases/2010/1206-ss-geo-eye2-pdr.html
ЦитатаLockheed Martin Team Completes GeoEye-2 Preliminary Design Review Ahead of Schedule
Next-Generation Earth Imaging Satellite Advances to Critical Design Review Phase

SUNNYVALE, Calif., December 6th, 2010 -- The Lockheed Martin [NYSE] team designing GeoEye's (NASDAQ: GEOY) next-generation, high-resolution imaging satellite, known as GeoEye-2, successfully completed the program's Preliminary Design Review (PDR) three weeks ahead of the planned schedule. The successful PDR completion validated the spacecraft's design maturity, meeting or exceeding all GeoEye standards and program requirements.

During the two-day PDR, representatives from Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company and GeoEye thoroughly reviewed the spacecraft's intricate design and advanced capabilities. With the validation that GeoEye-2 design will meet the critical geospatial information requirements of GeoEye's government and commercial users worldwide, the team is now gearing up for the Critical Design Review scheduled for early 2011, a key milestone that precedes the production phase of the program.

GeoEye-2 will be launched aboard an Atlas V rocket provided by Lockheed Martin Commercial Launch Services and will be operational in early 2013. Once fully operational, GeoEye-2 will be the highest resolution commercial satellite in the world. In addition, it will have significant improvements in performance capabilities, such as enhanced tasking and the ability to collect more imagery at a faster rate.

Bill Schuster, GeoEye's chief operating officer, said, "This is an important milestone for our GeoEye-2 satellite program. We are very pleased Lockheed Martin is committed to meeting our stringent objectives and schedule. Worldwide commercial market demand is increasing, and the U.S. government has growing requirements for large-area coverage at the best resolution commercially available. We look forward to commissioning GeoEye-2, which will meet this increased demand and help sustain GeoEye's strong growth rate when fully operational."

"The steady pace at which we are progressing on GeoEye-2 is fully aligned with the cost, schedule and technical requirements established by our customer," said Allen Anderson, GeoEye-2 program manager for Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company. "We understand that achieving mission success on this program is imperative in a global environment that is significantly increasing its demands for geospatial information. We look forward to fielding GeoEye-2 at the earliest possible launch date."

In development under a fixed-price contract with GeoEye to support the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency's EnhancedView commercial imagery program, GeoEye-2 will provide intelligence analysts, war fighters, and decision makers map-accurate images at an increased resolution, with a greater spacecraft response rate and level of performance reliability unmatched by existing spacecraft.

GeoEye-2 is based on the latest generation of the LMx configure-to-order low Earth orbit bus product line initiated with Lockheed Martin-built IKONOS satellite, and it features a new high-resolution ITT camera that has been in development for more than two years.

"ITT and Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company's excellent working relationship has spanned nearly 20 years, beginning with the development of the IKONOS satellite," said Rob Mitrevski, vice president and general manager, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Systems, ITT Geospatial Systems. "The exceptional collaboration between ITT and Lockheed Martin Space Systems helped meet this important program milestone ahead of schedule. ITT looks forward to delivering the advanced camera and camera electronics for GeoEye-2--providing a resolution and accuracy never achieved before in commercial remote sensing."
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http://www.spacenews.com/satellite_telecom/101217-iridium-fleet-last-2017.html
ЦитатаThe findings, which were delivered in October, conclude: "There are no electrical or mechanical issues until 2017, and we begin launching Iridium Next in 2015," said S. Scott Smith, Iridium's executive vice president for Iridium Next.

The Coface-backed package is part of an estimated $3 billion that Iridium is spending on Iridium Next, which like the current constellation will feature 66 operational satellites, plus six in-orbit spares and nine spares that will remain on the ground to be used in the event of a launch failure.

The satellites, each weighing 850 kilograms, are scheduled to be launched, nine at a time, aboard Falcon 9 rockets built by Space Exploration Technologies Corp. (SpaceX) of Hawthorne, Calif.
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Launched:[/size]

№ - Дата, Время (GMT)- КА - РКН/РБ - Космодром
Date, Time (GMT) - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site

01 - 8 February, 09:14 - STS-130 - Endeavour - Kennedy LC-39A
02 - 11 February, 15:23 - SDO - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
03 - 4 March, 23:57 - GOES-P - Delta IV-M+(4,2) - Canaveral SLC-37B
04 - 5 April, 10:21 - STS-131 - Discovery - Kennedy LC-39A
05 - 22 April, 23:52 - USA-212 (X-37B OTV-1) - Atlas V 501 - Canaveral SLC-41
06 - 14 May, 18:20 - STS-132 - Atlantis - Kennedy LC-39A
07 - 28 May, 03:00 - USA-213 (GPS IIF-1) - Delta IVM+(4,2) - Canaveral SLC-37B
08 - 4 June, 18:45 - DSQU - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
09 - 14 August, 11:07 - USA-214 (AEHF-1) - Atlas V 531 - Canaveral SLC-41
10 - 21 September, 04:03:30 - NRO L-41 - Atlas V 401 - Vandenberg SLC-3E
11 - 26 September, 04:41 - SBSS - Minotaur IV - Vandenberg SLC-8
12 - 6 November, 02:20:03 - COSMO-4 - Delta II 7420-10 - Vandenberg SLC-2W
13 - 20 November, 01:25 - FASTSAT/FASTRAC-A/FASTRAC-B/FalconSat-4/OREOS/RAX - Minotaur IV - Kodiak LP-1
14 - 21 November, 22:58 - NRO L-32 - Delta IV-H - Canaveral SLC-37B
15 - 8 December, 15:43 - Dragon C1/Colony-1-1/Colony-1-2/SMDC-ONE/CAERUS/LANL-1/LANL-2 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40

Scheduled:[/size]

2011:
Дата, Время (GMT)- КА - РКН/РБ - Космодром
Date, Time (GMT) - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site

20 January, 21:08 - NRO L-49 - Delta IV-H - Vandenberg SLC-6
5 February - NRO L-66 - Minotaur 1-Vandenberg
23 February, 10:09:43 - Glory/Kysat/Hermes/Explorer-1' - Taurus-XL 3110 - Vandenberg LC-576E
24 February, 21:50 - STS-133/Leonardo - Discovery - Kennedy LC-39A
4 March - X-37B OTV-2 FLT-1 - Atlas V 501 - Canaveral SLC-41
11 March - NRO L-27 - Delta IV-M+(4,2) - Canaveral SLC-37B
31 March - NRO L-34 - Atlas V 501 - Vandenberg SLC-3E
6 April - ORS-1 - Minotaur I - MARS LP-0B
19 April, 23:48 - STS-134/ELC-3/AMS - Endeavour - Kennedy LC-39A
30 April - SBIRS-GEO 1 - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
Early May - TacSat-4 - Minotaur IV - Kodiak LP-1
9 June - SAC-D - Delta II 7320 - Vandenberg SLC-2W
23 June - GPS IIF-5 - Delta IV-M+(4,2) - Canaveral SLC-37B
15 July - Dragon C2/Orbcomm 2G (x2)  - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
5 August, 16:10-17:40 - Juno - Atlas V 551 - Canaveral SLC-41
8 September, 12:35:52/13:14:35 - GRAIL - Delta II 7920H - Canaveral SLC-17B
8 October - Dragon C3 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 - may be cancelled
25 October, 09:47:35-09:57:35 - NPP-Bridge - Delta II 7920 - Vandenberg SLC-2W
25 November, 14:21 - MSL - Atlas V 541 - Canaveral SLC-41
6 December - NRO L-15 - Delta IV-H - Canaveral SLC-37B
7 December  - Dragon CRS1 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
14 December - Cygnus Demo - Taurus II - MARS LP-0A
TBD - MDA payload - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
TBD - Colony-1 (x8 )/TBD - Falcon 1e - Omelek
TBD - Orbcomm 2G - Falcon 1e - Omelek

2012:
Дата, Время (GMT)- КА - РКН/РБ - Космодром
Date, Time (GMT) - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site

3 February - NuSTAR - Pegasus-XL - Kwajalein
February - GPS IIF-4 - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
March or April - AEHF-2 - Atlas V 531 - Canaveral SLC-41
1-st quarter - Cygnus CRS1 - Taurus II - MARS LP-0A
13 April - TDRS-K - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
31 May - RBSP (x2) - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
NLT Summer - AEHF-3 - 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
1 December - IRIS - Pegasus XL - Vandenberg
NET December - Landsat DCM - Atlas V 401 - Vandenberg SLC-3E
4Q? - GeoEye-2/TBD? - Atlas V 401 - Vandenberg SLC-3E
TBD - GPS IIF-2 - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
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 CRS2 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
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 - DMSP-5D3 F19 - EELV - Vandenberg
TBD - WGS-4 - Delta IV-M+(5,4) - Canaveral SLC-37B
TBD - NRO L-25 - Delta IV-M+(5,2) - Vandenberg SLC-6
TBD - SBIRS-GEO 2 - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - GPS IIF-3 - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41

Other
Дата, Время (GMT)- КА - РКН/РБ - Космодром
Date, Time (GMT) - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site

23 February 2013 - TDRS-L - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
18 November 2013 - MAVEN - Atlas V 401 - 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
2013 - FORMOSAT 5 - Falcon 1e - Omelek

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?
3-rd quarter 2014 - Formosat-7 (6 sat) - Minotaur-4 - Vandenberg
November 2014 - SMAP - TBD - TBD
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 - Orbcomm 2G (x3?) - Falcon 1e - Omelek
2014 - Space Systems/Loral payload - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 or Omelek
2014 - Astrium payload - Falcon 1e - Omelek

1-st quarter 2015  - 9 Iridium Next - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
October 2015 - GOES-R - TBD - Canaveral
October 2015 - ICESat-II - TBD - TBD
December 2015 - TDRS-M - EELV - Canaveral
2015 - SIM-Lite - Atlas V 431? - Canaveral SLC-41 - or equivalent rocket
2015 - NRO L-37 - Delta IV-H - TBD
2015 - Dragon CRS11 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
2015 - Dragon CRS12 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
2015 - JPSS-1 - TBD - TBD

3-rd quarter 2016 - Formosat-7 (7 sat) - Minotaur-4 - Vandenberg
December 2016 - TDRS-N - EELV - Canaveral
January 2016 - ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter/EDM lander - Atlas V 421  - Canaveral SLC-41
2016 - Discovery 12 - TBD - TBD
2016 - EX-1 - TBD - TBD
2016 - Grace-FO - TBD - TBD

February 2017 - GOES-S - TBD - Canaveral
2017 - EX-2 - TBD - TBD
2017 -DESDynl-L - TBD - TBD
2017 - CLARREO-1 - TBD - TBD
2017 - AEHF-4 - Atlas V 531 - Canaveral SLC-41

August 2018 - Solar Probe Plus - TBD - TBD
2018 - Discovery 13 - TBD - TBD
2018 - PACE - TBD - TBD
2018 - ExoMars rover - Atlas V - Canaveral

April 2019 - GOES-T - TBD - Canaveral
2019 - ASCENDS - TBD - TBD
2019 - EX-3 - TBD - TBD
2019 - JPSS-2 - TBD - TBD

September 2020 - ITSP - TBD - TBD
2020 - LISA - TBD - TBD
2020 - IXO - TBD - TBD
2020 - CLARREO-2 - TBD - TBD
2020 - EX-4 - TBD - TBD
2020 - STP-5 - TBD - TBD
2020 - SWOT - 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 - Orbcomm 2G (x3?) - Falcon 1e - Omelek
TBD - Orbcomm 2G (x3?) - Falcon 1e - Omelek
TBD - Orbcomm (x3?) - Falcon 1e - Omelek
TBD - Orbcomm (x3?) - Falcon 1e - Omelek
TBD - 9 Iridium Next - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
TBD - 9 Iridium Next - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
TBD - 9 Iridium Next - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
TBD - 9 Iridium Next - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
TBD - 9 Iridium Next - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
TBD - 9 Iridium Next - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
TBD - 9 Iridium Next - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40

TBD - SBSS-2 - Minotaur IV - Vandenberg SLC-8
TBD - SBSS-3 - Minotaur IV - Vandenberg SLC-8
TBD - SBSS-4 - Minotaur IV - Vandenberg SLC-8
TBD - SBSS-5 - Minotaur IV - Vandenberg SLC-8



Probably cancelled
Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (GMT)
TBD - NRO L-29 (Imp. Onyx?) - Atlas V 501 - Vandenberg
TBD - AFSPC-2 - Atlas V 541 - Canaveral SLC-41 - ??

** - range conflict

Сокращения:
TBD - подлежит определению;
NET - не ранее чем;
NLT - не позднее чем.

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http://www.spaceflightnow.com/news/n1012/17aehf4/
ЦитатаAir Force orders fourth AEHF communications satellite[/size]
BY STEPHEN CLARK
SPACEFLIGHT NOW
Posted: December 17, 2010

The U.S. Air Force has awarded Lockheed Martin Corp. a $1.4 billion contract to manufacture, integrate and test a fourth Advanced Extremely High Frequency communications satellite, the military branch announced Friday.

The contract award is the next step in the Air Force's effort to sustain its military satellite communications network following the cancellation in 2009 of the next-generation Transformational Satellite Communications System, or TSAT.

At the time of the TSAT program's cancellation, the Pentagon announced it would procure two additional AEHF satellites to join the three craft already in development.

This week's announcement is the first AEHF satellite ordered by the Air Force since the end of the TSAT program.

According to the Air Force, the AEHF 4 spacecraft is expected to be ready for launch in 2017. It is unclear when the Air Force could order additional AEHF satellites, but Lockheed Martin officials have said they hope to receive the go-ahead soon to acquire long-lead parts for more spacecraft.

A Lockheed Martin spokesperson did not respond to questions about the procurement of components for additional AEHF platforms. Lockheed Martin previously got approval to start buying parts for AEHF 4.

The Air Force struck a $182 million deal with Boeing Co. in August for start-up activities and procurement of long-lead items for an extra Wideband Global SATCOM spacecraft.

The AEHF satellites are designed to operate in a wartime environment, beaming high-priority messages and data between military commanders and the nation's civilian leadership. AEHF spacecraft are hardened to withstand the demands of nuclear and electronic warfare.

The program replaces the five-satellite Milstar constellation. A single AEHF spacecraft has more capacity than the entire Militar fleet combined, according to the Air Force.

AEHF 1 blasted off in August on an Atlas 5 rocket, but a propulsion system failure shortly after launch forced the satellite to use smaller thrusters to move to its operational orbit more than 22,000 miles above Earth. The spacecraft is not expected to reach geosynchronous altitude until August 2011.

The anomaly also prompted the Air Force to delay the planned launch of the second AEHF satellite from early 2011 until 2012. AEHF 2 is now in storage, while AEHF 3 is expected to finish production next year.
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http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=8184.msg675748#msg675748
ЦитатаA long-overdue update, just next year's launches at the moment.

Date, Time (GMT) - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site
17 January - NRO L-49 - Delta IV-H - Vandenberg SLC-6
3 February, 06:37:34 - STS-133/Leonardo - Discovery - Kennedy LC-39A
5 February - NRO L-66 - Minotaur I - Vandenberg SLC-8
23 February, 10:09:43 - Glory/Kysat/Hermes/Explorer-1' - Taurus-XL 3110 - Vandenberg LC-576E
4 March - X-37B OTV-2 FLT-1 - Atlas V 501 - Canaveral SLC-41
11 March - NRO L-27 - Delta IV-M+(4,2) - Canaveral SLC-37B
31 March - NRO L-34 - Atlas V 501 - Vandenberg SLC-3E
1 April, 07:15 - STS-134/ELC-3/AMS - Endeavour - Kennedy LC-39A
6 April - ORS-1 - Minotaur I - MARS LP-0B
30 April - SBIRS-GEO 1 - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
May - TacSat-4 - Minotaur IV - Kodiak LP-1
9 June - SAC-D - Delta II 7320 - Vandenberg SLC-2W
23 June - GPS IIF-5 - Delta IV-M+(4,2) - Canaveral SLC-37B
15 July - Dragon C2/O2G (x2) - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
5 August, 16:10-17:40 - Juno - Atlas V 551 - Canaveral SLC-41
8 September, 12:35:52/13:14:35Z - GRAIL (x2) - Delta II 7920H - Canaveral SLC-17B
8 October - Dragon C3 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 - may be cancelled
25 October, 09:47:35-09:57:35 - NPP-Bridge/LightSail-1 - Delta II 7920 - Vandenberg SLC-2W
25 November, 14:21 - MSL - Atlas V 541 - Canaveral SLC-41
6 December - NRO L-15 - Delta IV-H - Canaveral SLC-37B
7 December - Dragon CRS1 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
14 December - Cygnus Demo - Taurus II - MARS LP-0A
TBD - TBD - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 - Payload for MDA (Canada)
TBD - Colony-1 (x8 )/TBD - Falcon 1e - Omelek
TBD - O2G - Falcon 1e - Omelek


Updates:
White - 28 December 2010
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http://www.spaceflightnow.com/shuttle/sts133/110106delay/
ЦитатаPosted: January 6, 2011

NASA managers Thursday decided to give engineers additional time to assess external tank cracks and repair scenarios, ruling out an early February launch for the shuttle Discovery. The next shuttle launch window opens Feb. 27, but NASA is assessing whether it might be possible to move that up a few days.
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http://www.spacenews.com/civil/110107-budget-holdup-delay-noaa-sats.html
ЦитатаFri, 7 January, 2011
Budget Holdup Will Delay NOAA Weather Satellites[/size]
By Turner Brinton

    WASHINGTON -- Congress's inability to pass any full-year spending bills for 2011 will likely delay the launch of two civilian weather satellites by more than a year, a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) spokesman said Jan. 7.

    With so much budget uncertainty, development of NOAA's Joint Polar Satellite System (JPSS) has proceeded over the last three months at a much slower pace than planned, agency spokesman John Leslie said in an e-mailed response to questions.

    The JPSS program was established after the White House dismantled the joint civil-military National Polar-orbiting Operational Environmental Satellite System (NPOESS) in February. NASA was directed to build JPSS on behalf of NOAA, while the U.S. Air Force is pursuing a military system separately.

    The U.S. government has been operating since the new fiscal year began Oct. 1 under a series of short-term funding measures passed by Congress known as continuing resolutions.

    The most recent continuing resolution, which expires March 4, funds most U.S. government agencies at their 2010 spending levels.

    For NOAA, that has meant holding annual spending on the JPSS program to $382 million instead of the $1.06 billion it had sought for the program for 2011.

    NOAA planned to launch the first two JPSS satellites in 2014 and 2018, but the budget situation will likely delay both satellites by more than a year, Leslie said.

    "Funding limitations as a result of the current continuing resolution will delay launch of JPSS-1 and JPSS-2 from what was originally presented in the [2011 budget request]," he said.

    "Without knowing what the final budget for JPSS will be in 2011, it is not practical to speculate what exact launch dates will be."

    With whatever money is provided for JPSS this year, the agency's highest priorities will be to complete the ground system and operational support necessary to launch a JPSS precursor satellite, known at the NPOESS Preparatory Project, in October, Leslie said. He could not say what JPSS work would have to be deferred in light of the program's budget situation.

    The White House asked Congress in December to add money for JPSS in the continuing resolution lawmakers were drafting at the time. While the House of Representatives included an additional $910 million for JPSS in a full-year continuing resolution it approved Dec. 8, Congress ultimately opted for a shorter-term bill with no extra money for the program.

    "[T]he administration is very supportive of the JPSS program and it is hoped that increased funding for the JPSS program will occur in the final appropriations for 2011 expected to be passed by Congress in early March," Leslie said.
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http://www.spaceflightnow.com/tracking/index.html
ЦитатаJan. 20    Delta 4-Heavy  •  NROL-49
Launch time: 2108 GMT (4:08 p.m. EST)
Launch site: SLC-6, Vandenberg Air Force Base, California
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ЦитатаFeb. 24     Shuttle Discovery   •  ULF 5
Launch time: 2150 GMT (4:50 p.m. EST)
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). Delayed from Nov. 1 and Nov. 2. Moved again from Nov. 3 by main engine controller issue. Scrubbed on Nov. 4 by weather. Scrubbed on Nov. 5 for gaseous hydrogen leak on ground umbilical carrier plate. Delayed from Nov. 30, Dec. 3 and Dec. 17 due to external tank stringer cracks. Delayed from Feb. 3 for repairs. See our Mission Status Center. [Jan. 13]

April 19     Shuttle Endeavour   •  ULF 6
Launch time: 2348 GMT (7:48 p.m. EDT)
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. Delayed from Feb. 26 to accommodate ATV 2 docking with space station. Delayed from Feb. 27 and April 1 due to slips of STS-133. [Jan. 13]
"Были когда-то и мы рысаками!!!"

Salo

http://www.spacenews.com/military/110114-af-block-buys-satellites.html
ЦитатаThe Air Force is also likely to use a block buy approach for the fourth and fifth Space Based Infrared System spacecraft, a government source said.
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