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ЦитироватьAug. 2 H-2A • MichibikiLaunch window: 1354-1454 GMT (9:54-10:54 a.m. EDT)Launch site: Tanegashima Space Center, JapanThe Japanese H-2A rocket will launch the Michibiki navigation satellite. Also called the Quasi-Zenith Satellite, Michibiki will enhance GPS navigation signals in Japanese urban areas and mountainous terrain. The H-2A rocket will fly in the 202 configuration with two large solid rocket boosters and no smaller motors. [June 9]
Цитироватьtul пишет:Re: Japanese launch schedule « Reply #179 on: 06/07/2010 06:34 PM » GCOM-W launch is planned for November 1st 2011. Launch of GCOM-W2 as mentioned in another thread is early 2016. GCOM-C is planned to be ready around summer 2014.http://www.climate-symposium.com/pdf/nakagawa.pdfAs hinted on the JAXA page, Astro-G has run into some problems. No launch before 2013.
Цитироватьtul пишет:Re: Japanese launch schedule « Reply #182 on: 06/08/2010 12:20 AM » Because of some reports about Japans moon plans I think we can include Selene-2 for 2015.
ЦитироватьLaunch Postponement of the First Quasi-Zenith Satellite 'MICHIBIKI' by H-IIA Launch Vehicle No. 18June 23, 2010 (JST)Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) decided to postpone the launch of the first Quasi-Zenith Satellite "MICHIBIKI" by the H-IIA Launch Vehicle No. 18 (H-IIA F18) from the Tanegashima Space Center, which was originally scheduled for August 2, 2010. The new launch date will be announced as soon as it is determined. (Reason for launch delay)JAXA found a potential concern in the onboard reaction wheels of the MICHIBIKI following notification from an overseas manufacturer. It may take some time to clear up the potential concern for the manufacturer by assessing test data. Therefore, we determined that it is better to replace the parts with new ones in order to be able to launch the MICHIBIKI as soon as possible while securing the quality and reliability of the satellite.
ЦитироватьJan. 20 H-2B • HTV 2Launch time: TBDLaunch site: Tanegashima Space Center, JapanThe Japanese H-2B rocket will launch the second H-2 Transfer Vehicle. The HTV serves as an unmanned cargo vehicle to deliver equipment and supplies to the International Space Station. [June 30]
Цитироватьtul пишет:First launch of the Epsilon Rocket will be in FY 2013.http://www.sorae.jp/030824/4019.html
ЦитироватьЦитироватьtul пишет:First launch of the Epsilon Rocket will be in FY 2013.http://www.sorae.jp/030824/4019.htmlFuji пишет:SPRINT-A will be launched by maiden flight of the Epsilon Rocket. http://www.jaxa.jp/projects/sas/sss/index_e.html
ЦитироватьV.V. пишет:New Launch Day of the First Quasi-Zenith Satellite 'MICHIBIKI' by H-IIA launch Vehicle No. 18ЦитироватьScheduled new date of launch : September 11 (Saturday) 2010 (Japan Standard Time)Launch time : 8:17 p.m. thru 9:16 p.m. (Japan Standard Time)Launch windows : September 12 (Sunday) through September 30 (Thursday), 2010*Launch time will be set for each launch day if the launch is delayed.
ЦитироватьScheduled new date of launch : September 11 (Saturday) 2010 (Japan Standard Time)Launch time : 8:17 p.m. thru 9:16 p.m. (Japan Standard Time)Launch windows : September 12 (Sunday) through September 30 (Thursday), 2010*Launch time will be set for each launch day if the launch is delayed.
ЦитироватьThe commission recommended proceeding with full development of the Epsilon rocket, a new Japanese launcher to send small satellites into orbit beginning in 2013.The Hayabusa 2 mission would blast off as soon as 2014 and reach a carbon-rich asteroid in 2018 for a touch-and-go approach to collect samples. After spending a few months in the vicinity of the asteroid, the probe would return to Earth in 2020.
ЦитироватьOlaf пишет:According to the latest SSP Manifest on L2 there is no launch of HTV-3 until August 2011.
ЦитироватьSeptember 11, 2010 20:17 JSTLiftoffThe H-IIA Launch Vehicle No.18 carrying the First Quasi-Zenith Satellite "MICHIBIKI" lifted off at 20:17:00 JST on September 11, 2010 from the Tanegashima Space Center.
ЦитироватьFuji пишет:New piggyback satellite was announced.November 1 - H-2A - GCOM-W1; Kompsat-3 (Arirang-3); SDS-4 [JAXA]; Houryuu-2 [Kyushu Institute of Technology]
ЦитироватьMid-2012 SELENE-2 JAXA2012 ISS-HTV-04
ЦитироватьЦитироватьЦитироватьSalo пишет:http://msdb.gsfc.nasa.gov/launches.phpЦитироватьMid-2012 SELENE-2 JAXAFuji пишет:SELENE-2 is not developed yet.I think NET 2014.tul пишет:If I remember it correct MHI can produce 5 rockets each fiscal year. So if GCOM-C and ALOS-3 are launched together 2014 the H-IIA/B is already full. Selene-2 for 2014 is unlikely.
ЦитироватьЦитироватьSalo пишет:http://msdb.gsfc.nasa.gov/launches.phpЦитироватьMid-2012 SELENE-2 JAXAFuji пишет:SELENE-2 is not developed yet.I think NET 2014.
ЦитироватьSalo пишет:http://msdb.gsfc.nasa.gov/launches.phpЦитироватьMid-2012 SELENE-2 JAXA
ЦитироватьMid-2012 SELENE-2 JAXA