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All still nominal.

Over Qatar.
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Coming up on T+700s, over Somalia, still nominal.

Satellite separations starting in ~2minutes.
« Last Edit: 06/19/2014 07:26 PM by eeergo »
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T + 15 min
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separation & deploy!
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All the points on the right plots are satellite separations. Deimos-2 is the third.
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Deimos-2 separation confirmed!!

Congratulations Elecnor-Deimos!
« Last Edit: 06/19/2014 07:28 PM by eeergo »
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Live coverage from Yasni cut after Deimos-2 separation, so we'll have to keep an ear out for the other 36 satellites.
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Live coverage from Yasni cut after Deimos-2 separation, so we'll have to keep an ear out for the other 36 satellites.

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KazEOSat-2 (KazMRES) in orbit! Congratulations to our all our co-riders on DNEPR tonight.

The deployment goes very quickly (all deployments within 30 seconds I think) so I think we can say launch success....
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I wonder how they do with the "interpayload" support (the second floor of the dispenser ;) ): does it get jettisoned in the deployment sequence, just like another satellite?

During this orbit, when over Canada's polar station, they will have a 10-minute pass to command/check solar array deployment and radio beacons.
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Cocktail time in Elecnor's HQ!! :D

Enjoy the match Chris and good luck ;)
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I wonder how they do with the "interpayload" support (the second floor of the dispenser ;) ): does it get jettisoned in the deployment sequence, just like another satellite?

During this orbit, when over Canada's polar station, they will have a 10-minute pass to command/check solar array deployment and radio beacons.

Yes, the second floor, called "Platform A", is jettisoned and will be cataloged as another object in the satcat.
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I have made some screenshots, so i share.

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Information about the mission published by ISC Kosmotras after the launch...

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All 11 Planet Labs Flock 1C spacecraft contacted :)

It was fun seeing them report in one by one, all within a minute during the first ground station pass.

Looks like there's a small out-of-plane dispersion on the orbit but nothing major.

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A picture of the launch was posted by the Unisat-6 (GAUSS) team.
source: http://www.gaussteam.com/unisat-6-launched-on-june-19th-2014/

More pics of the launch processing can be found on the site of ISIS.
http://blog.isilaunch.com/

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