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Цитатаhttp://www.spacenews.com/contracts/091116-ses-takes-stake-o3b.html"PARIS -- Satellite fleet operator SES has made a $75 million cash investment in satellite broadband startup O3b Networks, providing a large dose of credibility to O3b, which hopes to launch its first eight low-orbiting satellites in 2012, the companies announced Nov. 16"
ЦитатаRe: Arianespace launch schedule « Reply #285 on: 11/16/2009 06:07 PM » http://www.spacenews.com/contracts/091116-ses-takes-stake-o3b.html"PARIS -- Satellite fleet operator SES has made a $75 million cash investment in satellite broadband startup O3b Networks, providing a large dose of credibility to O3b, which hopes to launch its first eight low-orbiting satellites in 2012, the companies announced Nov. 16"
ЦитатаRe: Arianespace launch schedule « Reply #286 on: 11/17/2009 05:59 PM » From new ESA Bulletin: "MSG-3 is in long-term storage at Thales Alenia Space Cannes, waiting for AIT campaign to begin in 2011. Launch is now planned not earlier than 2012"And MetOp-B will be launched from Baikonur.
ЦитатаRe: Arianespace launch schedule « Reply #292 on: 12/18/2009 05:31 PM » Performed launches in 20091 - 12 February - Hot Bird 10 / NSS 9 / Spirale A / Spirale B - Ariane 5 ECA (V187) - 22:09 UTC2 - 14 May - Herschel / Planck - Ariane 5 ECA (V188) - 13:12 UTC3 - 1 July - TerreStar-1 - Ariane 5 ECA (V189) - 17:52 UTC4 - 21 August - JCSAT-12 / Optus D3 - Ariane 5 ECA (V190) - 22:09 UTC5 - 1 October - Amazonas-2 / COMSATBw-1 - Ariane 5 ECA (V191) - 21:59 UTC6 - 29 October - NSS 12 / Thor-6 - Ariane 5 ECA (V192) - 20:00 UTC7 - 18 December - Helios IIB - Ariane 5 GS (V193) - 16:26 UTCPlanned launches201023 March - Astra 3B / COMSATBw-2 - Ariane 5 ECA (V194) May - Arabsat5A/COMS-1 - Ariane 5 ECA (V195) July - Nilesat-201/RascomQAF-1R- Ariane 5 ECA (V196) August - Hylas - Soyuz-STA/Fregatsecond half - BSat-3b - Ariane 5second half - INSAT-4G - Ariane 5second half - Koreasat 6 - Ariane 5October - Pl
Цитата01/5/10 10:40 AM ETArianespace '09 Revenue Boosted by Higher Launch PricesBy Peter B. de Selding Arianespace Chief Executive Jean-Yves Le Gall. Credit: Arianespace photoEnlarge ImagePARIS -- Europe's Arianespace launch consortium on Jan. 5 reported 2009 revenue of 1.046 billion euros ($1.5 billion), a 9.4 percent increase over 2008, and said launch prices worldwide have increased in the wake of the mid-2009 Chapter 11 bankruptcy of commercial launch provider Sea Launch Co. Arianespace Chief Executive Jean-Yves Le Gall said the company will report a slight profit, as it has done in recent years, when it closes its financial accounts in the spring. In 2008, the Evry, France-based company reported a net profit of 2.5 million euros on revenue of 955.7 million euros. Arianespace's rocket hardware suppliers, led by Astrium Space Transportation, are also the company's shareholders. The launch-services provider therefore is under less pressure to report a large profit and distribute dividends insofar as its supply chain is kept busy with profitable orders. Arianespace ordered 35 Ariane 5 rockets in February 2009 in a contract valued at slightly more than 4 billion euros. In a press briefing here, Le Gall said Arianespace expects to launch six or seven heavy-lift Ariane 5 rockets in 2010. The first launch of the year, scheduled for mid-March, will carry the Astra 3B commercial telecommunications satellite for SES of Luxembourg and the German Defense Ministry's ComsatBw-2 military communications satellite. The company conducted seven Ariane 5 launches in 2009, a record for a calendar year, but Le Gall warned that the overall market in 2010 likely will see a reduction in the number of commercial satellite contracts. By Arianespace's count, 34 satellite construction contracts were announced in 2009, of which 25 were subject to competition. Ten of these commercially competed spacecraft have already been assigned launch vehicles, leaving just 15 satellites that will be subject to competition in 2010 between Arianespace and its biggest competitor, International Launch Services (ILS) of Reston, Va. As he has in the past, Le Gall took sharp issue with those satellite fleet operators -- including SES and Intelsat of Bermuda and Washington -- that say a global commercial market dominated by Arianespace and ILS is insufficient to meet market demand. Arianespace and ILS -- which commercializes Russia's Proton rocket -- together are capable of accommodating 20 or more commercial telecommunications satellites per year, he said. "Some [satellite] operators say there is a launcher shortage, but what they really mean is that there is a shortage of inexpensive launchers," Le Gall said. For Arianespace, Long Beach, Calif.-based Sea Launch for several years offered launch prices that were unsustainably low and ultimately contributed to the company's current bankruptcy reorganization. With Sea Launch out of the picture, prices have risen for both Arianespace and ILS. Arianespace in mid-2010 expects to begin operating Russia's Soyuz rocket from Europe's Guiana Space Center spaceport in French Guiana, with three Soyuz launches planned this year from a new launch pad nearing completion. In addition, the Vega small-satellite launcher may be ready to make its inaugural flight in late 2010, from a separate launch pad at the Guiana Space Center. Both the Soyuz and Vega launch installations are being financed by the European Space Agency. Soyuz and Vega will permit Arianespace to capture the market for European government satellites that are too small to be launched economically aboard Ariane 5. Le Gall specifically mentioned the second-generation radar reconnaissance satellites now being developed by Germany and Italy, which used Russian and U.S. rockets to launch their first-generation radar satellites. Soyuz will have the additional role of launching commercial satellites weighing up to 3,000 kilograms into geostationary transfer orbit, the destination of most telecommunications spacecraft. Arianespace hopes to conduct three Soyuz launch campaigns in 2010, assuming the first occurs without incident this summer. Ariane 5's current standard operating procedure is to launch two telecommunications satellites with a combined weight of 8,700 kilograms. A series of small improvements in the vehicle being implemented in 2010 will increase the Ariane 5 capacity to 9,100 kilograms by late 2010.
ЦитатаAccording to Air&Cosmos :V194 is with Arabsat-5A and COMSATBw-2V195 is with Astra-3B and Coms-1Hylas launch is scheduled for september (and according to my sources, it would be a great achievement if it takes place in 2010 !)
ЦитатаVega qualification flight is now expected in late December 2010 or in early 2011.V194 is planned on 24 March, V195 on 22 April, V196 on 27 May according to FCS.Planned launches201024 March - Astra 3B & COMSATBw-2 - Ariane 5 ECA (V194)22 April - Arabsat 5A & COMS 1 - Ariane 5 ECA (V195)27 May - Nilesat 201 & Rascom-QAF 1R - Ariane 5 ECA (V196)August/September - Eutelsat W3B - Ariane 5 ECAsecond half - BSat-3b - Ariane 5second half - Koreasat 6 - Ariane 5second half - INSAT-4G - Ariane 530 November - ATV-2 "Johannes Kepler" - Ariane 5fourth quarter - AMC-5R - Ariane 5 / Soyuzfourth quarter - Intelsat New Dawn - Ariane 5 / Soyuzend of year - HYLAS - Soyuz-STA/Fregat (or early 2011)end of year - Pl
ЦитатаЦитатаНа форуме NASASpaceFlight говорят, что COMSATBw 2 полетит 24 марта с Arabsat 5A, а Astra 3B будет запущена 22 апреля с COMS 1Мда... И все-таки 24 марта летят Astra 3B и COMSATBw 2. На этот раз источник официальнее некуда: http://www.arianespace.com/news/mission-status.asp
ЦитатаНа форуме NASASpaceFlight говорят, что COMSATBw 2 полетит 24 марта с Arabsat 5A, а Astra 3B будет запущена 22 апреля с COMS 1
ЦитатаEutelsat has revised the launch arrangements for the W3B satellite. In agreement with the spacecraft's prime contractor, Thales Alenia Space, to safeguard its delivery schedule, W3B will be launched by an Ariane 5 vehicle between August and September 2010. The Long March launch originally assigned for W3B has consequently been reallocated to W3C, for launch between June and September 2011.
ЦитатаRe: Arianespace launch schedule « Reply #310 on: 02/25/2010 05:46 PM » Planned launches20108 April - Astra 3B & COMSATBw-2 - Ariane 5 ECA (V194)22 April - Arabsat 5A & COMS 1 - Ariane 5 ECA (V195)27 May - Nilesat 201 & Rascom-QAF 1R - Ariane 5 ECA (V196)August/September - Eutelsat W3B - Ariane 5 ECAsecond half - Koreasat 6 - Ariane 5second half - BSat-3b - Ariane 5October (TBD) - Pl
ЦитатаIsro asks for more money as spectrum crunch flares up Ashish Sinha Posted: Tuesday, Mar 09, 2010 at 2337 hrs ISTUpdated: Tuesday, Mar 09, 2010 at 2337 hrs ISTNew Delhi: With acute shortage of broadcasting spectrum for both existing and new television channels, the Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) is asking for Rs 50,000 per mega hertz (Mhz) or around Rs 18 lakh per transponder per month from broadcasters for its upcoming satellite, Insat-4G, set to be launched in the second quarter of this year. This is a first by Isro for the broadcast sector, technical experts say.
ЦитатаFlight 194 - ASTRA 3B & COMSATBw-2: launch delayedKourou, March 26, 2010During final count-down operations for Flight 194 slated for today, an anomaly occurred in a launcher subsystem.As a result, Arianespace has decided to replace this part, and thus to postpone the launch for a few days.
ЦитатаInsat-4G launch is planned in late 2010 or early 2011. sourcePlanned launches201021-22 May - Astra 3B & COMSATBw-2 - Ariane 5 ECA (V194)June - Arabsat 5A & COMS 1 - Ariane 5 ECA (V195)July - Nilesat 201 & Rascom-QAF 1R - Ariane 5 ECA (V196)August/September - Eutelsat W3B - Ariane 5 ECASeptember (TBD) - HYLAS - Soyuz-STA/Fregat second half - BSat-3b - Ariane 5second half - Koreasat 6 - Ariane 5October (TBD) - Pl
ЦитатаNET 9 December - ATV-2 Johannes Kepler - Ariane 5
ЦитатаNonetheless, Le Gall said the launch is unlikely to occur before the first half of May. While it will be Arianespace's first Ariane 5 launch of the year, the company still plans seven launches in 2010 and likely will shorten or eliminate a planned mid-summer break to reach the target.
ЦитатаRe: Arianespace launch schedule« Reply #326 on: 04/23/2010 03:41 PM » V194 launch is expected on 21 or 22 May (also there are rumours about launching in early June) according to FCS.
ЦитатаRe: Arianespace launch schedule« Reply #328 on: Today at 12:45 PM »Respectively V195 slips to June and V196 to July.
ЦитатаRe: Arianespace launch schedule« Reply #329 on: 05/01/2010 10:10 PM » Only 1 launch with Soyuz is expected in 2010. Pleiades launch slips to 2011.Vega qualification flight is also postponed to early 2011.http://www.spacenews.com/launch/100430-delays-vega-european-soyuz.html"The European version of Russia's Soyuz rocket will be unable to conduct more than its inaugural flight this year, rather than the two launches planned earlier, and Europe's new light-lift rocket, Vega, is unlikely to make its debut until early in 2011, the head of the Arianespace launch consortium said."Planned launches201021 May - Astra 3B & COMSATBw-2 - Ariane 5 ECA (V194) - 22:01 - 22:44 UTC end of June - Arabsat 5A & COMS 1 - Ariane 5 ECA (V195)end of July - Nilesat 201 & Rascom-QAF 1R - Ariane 5 ECA (V196)August/September - Eutelsat W3B - Ariane 5 ECAsecond half - BSat-3b - Ariane 5second half - Koreasat 6 - Ariane 5NET 6 December - ATV-2 Johannes Kepler - Ariane 517 December - HYLAS 1 - Soyuz-STA/Fregat (or Ariane 5)end of year - Hispasat 1E - Ariane 5end of year - Intelsat 17 - Ariane 5end of year - INSAT-4G - Ariane 5 (or early 2011)fourth quarter - Intelsat New Dawn - Ariane 52011beginning of the year - Pl