Author Topic: LIVE: Soyuz-2-1A/Fregat-M Kanopus-V-IK and others July 14, 2017 (06:36 UTC)  (Read 27483 times)

Offline Alter Sachse

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https://www.roscosmos.ru/23744/
good to read T15000-018 and 122-02

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"Earth is the cradle of humanity, but one cannot live in a cradle forever." - Konstantin Eduardovich Tsiolkovsky.

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"Earth is the cradle of humanity, but one cannot live in a cradle forever." - Konstantin Eduardovich Tsiolkovsky.

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planned launch time 06:36:49
https://www.roscosmos.ru/23687/
planned orbit 97.44  478,6x522,5 km
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"Soyuz-2.1A" is ready for transport to the launch complex
https://www.roscosmos.ru/23753/
« Last Edit: 07/11/2017 07:56 AM by Alter Sachse »

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Kanopus V No.1       22.07.2012 06:41:39
Kanopus V IK No.1  14.07.2017 06:36:49
Kanopus V IK 1 originally built as Kanopus V No. 2
« Last Edit: 07/11/2017 08:16 AM by Alter Sachse »

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The launch vehicle was transported to the launch pad - https://www.roscosmos.ru/23756/
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Information on Kanopus-V-IK and the launch time line can be found at https://www.roscosmos.ru/23687/.

This is a very complex mission with 7 burns for the Fregat to put the satellites in 3 different polar orbits. However the timing given for the release of the final batch of 48 satellites and the de-orbit burn looks suspect - there's a 4+ hours wait after reaching the 3rd orbit. I wonder if there's a time zone error and the final 3 entries are 3 hours earlier than listed here?  :-\
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In the video at 1:18-1:42 you can see a very good view of the rarely-seen pivot points (I'm assuming) for the Soyuz's T/E.
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 Doubt I'll be up for this one, but it looks like there will be coverage.

  http://www.russian.space/306/

 Прямая трансляция запуска Союз-2.1а/Фрегат/Канопус-В-ИК
 
Начало трансляции:       07:30:00 14 июля 2017 (Московское время)
Время запуска:              09:36:49 14 июля 2017 (Московское время)
Окончание трансляции:   09:50:00 14 июля 2017 (Московское время)

The live broadcast of the launch of Soyuz-2.1a / Fregat / Canopus-V-IC
 
Start of broadcast: 07:30:00 on July 14, 2017 (Moscow time)
Start time: 09:36:49 14 July 2017 (Moscow time)
The end of the broadcast: 09:50:00 July 14, 2017 (Moscow time)

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In this video at 3:40 the missing plate is visible. It contains a ISL Quadpack (2x Corvus-BC) and two 6U deployers, most likely also from ISILaunch and containing the two MKA-N 6U cubesats.
So 13x Quadpacks, 2x 6U, 5x PSL-P, are the cubesat deployers used.
« Last Edit: 07/13/2017 06:53 PM by Rik ISS-fan »

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move for live coverage?
Where can I apply for SpaceX fanboy?.

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move for live coverage?

Typically they will move it once inside 24 hours until launch.

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move for live coverage?

Typically they will move it once inside 24 hours until launch.
I guess the other, unspoken part of the question is...will the launch be web cast live?  That usually is the other determinant for move to live coverage.

That of Kanopus-V 1 was, and was covered here in this thread: http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=19512.0
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move for live coverage?

Typically they will move it once inside 24 hours until launch.
I guess the other, unspoken part of the question is...will the launch be web cast live?  That usually is the other determinant for move to live coverage.

That of Kanopus-V 1 was, and was covered here in this thread: http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=19512.0
This is only broadcast ive found.
http://www.russian.space/306/

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TsENKI says they will be covering it
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Moved for live coverage it is then.  ;)
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TsENKI showing what I assume to be pre launch footage. 1 hr 40 min to launch.
Where can I apply for SpaceX fanboy?.

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