Author Topic: LIVE: Proton-M/Briz-M - Amazonas 5 - September 11, 2017 (19:23 UTC)  (Read 16720 times)



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Launch!!!!!!!!!!


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1/2 stage separation...

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ILS confirms that the payload fairing has been jettisoned.

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Mission will have five burns of the Briz-M upper stage and is a 9h long mission, with spacecraft separation to take place at T+9h 12m.

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Third stage separation confirmed. It's up to the Breeze-M upper stage now!

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Was it just me, but the ILS "live" coverage was about 5 minutes behind the coverage given by http://online.roscosmos.ru/.   ILS had the launch more than 5 minutes after the Russian coverage.

Was ILS delaying the coverage or would it be a problem with their internet feeds?
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