Author Topic: LIVE: Hayabusa 2 et al.- H-2A/202 (F-26) Tanegashima - Dec. 3, 2014 (04:22UTC)  (Read 91634 times)

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Re: Hayabusa 2
« Reply #40 on: 09/17/2014 11:44 AM »
In the CNES homepage, there is intersting informatin. (Also, good MASCOT information here)
http://smsc.cnes.fr/MASCOT/

December 5, 2014
Launch of Hayabusa  8)

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Re: Hayabusa 2
« Reply #41 on: 09/30/2014 04:45 AM »
Well.....the launch date has moved up! Liftoff is set for 04:24:48 UTC on November 30.

Press release: http://global.jaxa.jp/press/2014/09/20140930_h2af26.html
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Re: Hayabusa 2
« Reply #42 on: 09/30/2014 04:46 AM »
http://global.jaxa.jp/press/2014/09/20140930_h2af26.html
Launch of "Hayabusa2" by H-IIA Launch Vehicle No. 26
September 30, 2014 (JST)
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) decided to launch the H-IIA Launch Vehicle No. 26 (H-IIA F26) with the Asteroid Explorer "Hayabusa2" onboard in the following schedule.
 To capitalize on the excess launch capability of the H-IIA F26, we will also provide launch and orbit injection opportunities for three small secondary payloads (piggyback payloads).

Scheduled date of Launch
  November 30 (Sunday), 2014 (Japan Standard Time)
Launch time
  1:24:48 p.m. (Japan Standard Time) (*1)
Launch site
  Yoshinobu Launch Complex at the Tanegashima Space Center

*1: Launch time will be set for each launch day if the launch is delayed.

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Re: Hayabusa 2
« Reply #43 on: 09/30/2014 05:12 AM »
Well.....the launch date has moved up! Liftoff is set for 04:24:48 UTC on November 30.

Press release: http://global.jaxa.jp/press/2014/09/20140930_h2af26.html

Very awesome! Lookin' forward to seeing this mission get off the ground :)

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Re: Hayabusa 2
« Reply #44 on: 09/30/2014 01:19 PM »
H-IIA F-26 launch planing document (Japanese).
http://www.jaxa.jp/press/2014/09/images/20140930_h2af26.pdf

2nd stage engine burn#2 ignition  L+1h39m23sec   
2nd stage engine burn#2 cut off   L+1h43m24sec   

Hayabusa-2 separation  L+1h47m15sec    Altitude 889km
Shin'en-2 "しんえん2"  separation  L+1h53m55sec  2,867km
ARTSAT-2 DESPATCH separation  L+1h58m05sec  4,418km
PROCYON separation         L+2h02m15sec  6,068km

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Re: Hayabusa 2
« Reply #45 on: 09/30/2014 04:01 PM »
Mission page updated with countdown clock

http://global.jaxa.jp/projects/sat/hayabusa2/

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Re: Hayabusa 2
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Hayabusa-2 is opend for medias again, this is the final media event befoe launch.
http://www.sacj.org/openbbs/index.html

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Hayabusa 2 nearly ready for launch: Photos from Tanegashima, and new artist's renderings

http://www.planetary.org/blogs/emily-lakdawalla/2014/10300814-hayabusa-2-nearly-ready-for.html


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Asteroid Explorer "Hayabusa2" Launch Live Broadcast

Part I
12:30 thru 13:45 on Nov. 30 (JST)
Prior and after liftoff of H-IIA F26/Hayabusa2
- Introduction of the Hayabusa2 mission including a VTR of its preparation operation
- Introduction of piggyback payloads
- Live launch report from the control room
*The scheduled launch time is 13:24


Part II
15:00 thru 15:30 on Nov. 30 (JST)
Prior to and after the Hayabusa2’s separation from the launch vehicle
* Images of piggyback payloads’ separation will NOT be broadcast.
* Hayabusa2’s separation is scheduled to take place one hour and 47 minutes after liftoff.


"Hayabusa2" Press Review at Sagamihara Campus.

« Last Edit: 11/05/2014 06:46 AM by yoichi »

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From The Asahi Shimbun, 3 microsatellites to 'rocketpool' with Hayabusa 2 asteroid explorer.

In the images PROCYON, Arsat-2 and Shinen-2

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Precise paper craft for H-IIA and Hayabusa-2. 1/92 scale. 73cm tall.
http://webprint.epson.jp/mypage/pickup/rockets/h2a.jsp?fwlink=wc261

You need to print out 51 pages. It's crazy model ;D
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"Hayabusa 2" Mission introduce CG / Hayabusa2 CG

Published on Nov 11, 2014
"Hayabusa 2" I will introduce the flow of mission in CG. (JDA: V100000369).

We Introduce Hayabusa2 Mission with CG -------------------- towards the use you wish, please refer to the JAXA Digital Archives. http://Http://Jda.Jaxa.Jp/service.Php If you want to use this Movie, please refer to JAXA DEGITAL Archives. http://Http://Jda.Jaxa.Jp/en/service.Php

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The arrival ~ island transport to "Hayabusa 2" aircraft Tanegashima

Published on Nov 10, 2014
September 22, 2014, aircraft of the asteroid probe "Hayabusa 2" JAX from Tanegashima Nishinoomote Port is transported to A Tanegashima Space Center, I arrived at the Center satellite maintenance building.
This video is business records video at that time.


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State of the aircraft starting from Sagamihara "Hayabusa 2"

Published on Nov 10, 2014
September 20, 2014, asteroid spacecraft the aircraft of "Hayabusa 2" JAXA Sagamihara campus I was shipped from. This video is business records video at that time.

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One last look - farewell, MASCOT

05. November 2014

The last adjustments have been made and the final functionality tests have been completed. Following the successful installation of MASCOT into the Hayabusa-2 spacecraft in Sagamihara, the final preparations have taken place at the Tanegashima launch complex in Japan. The attachment of the solar sails – carefully folded up above MASCOT for the launch – offers the last opportunity to see MASCOT.

http://www.dlr.de/blogs/en/desktopdefault.aspx/tabid-7023/11643_read-775/

Credits: DLR & JAXA

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Precise paper craft for H-IIA and Hayabusa-2. 1/92 scale. 73cm tall.
http://webprint.epson.jp/mypage/pickup/rockets/h2a.jsp?fwlink=wc261

You need to print out 51 pages. It's crazy model ;D
uh their info is saying its an H-IIA 204, not an H-IIA 202. Is that an error or did they change configs again??

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Precise paper craft for H-IIA and Hayabusa-2. 1/92 scale. 73cm tall.
http://webprint.epson.jp/mypage/pickup/rockets/h2a.jsp?fwlink=wc261

You need to print out 51 pages. It's crazy model ;D
uh their info is saying its an H-IIA 204, not an H-IIA 202. Is that an error or did they change configs again??

Nope - the model can be switched between these two booster variants, as well as using the 4m and 5m payload fairings.  ;)
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You know PROCYON is looks like tiny Hayabusa probe ?
PROCYON is 65kg interesting small asteroid probe  8)
Objective are deep space X-band communication experiment, VLBI navigation, high resolution observation during asteroid fast fly-by.
Development time is 1 year, very limited time. Thanks to the Hodoyoshi satellite project, they can utilize the small Xe ion engine (thrust is smaller than 1/100 scale of Hayabusa 2), Ion thruster and COld-gas thruster Unified Propulsion System (I-COUPS). 
Target asteroid is not determined yet. They will determie after the ion engin test result. 1.5 to 2 year mission will be expeted. 
PROCYON will be fly by the targeted asteroid from about 30 km altitude. High resolution images are expected but fast motion is difficalt to capture the images. Therefoe, they developed quick mirror tracking device to the canceling the fly-by motion.

More detail is here (Japanese).
http://news.mynavi.jp/articles/2014/11/13/procyon/

MIPS(Miniature Ion Propulsion System) for Hodoyoshi-4 article is here (Japanese).
http://monoist.atmarkit.co.jp/mn/articles/1307/29/news005.html

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