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Does this affect the attempt to launch Starlink on Saturday?

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Does this affect the attempt to launch Starlink on Saturday?
For the moment no, we would now have two SpaceX launches in less than 24 hours.
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New L-1 weather forecast, for January 28 only.  70% 'Go'.  Upper-Level Wind Shear risk is Moderate.  All other Additional Risk Criteria are Low.

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New cancel-and-replace NGA notices.  Note that in addition to removing today, February 1 has been removed as a Backup Day.

Quote from: NGA
280036Z JAN 22
NAVAREA IV 88/22(11,26,27).
WESTERN NORTH ATLANTIC.
STRAITS OF FLORIDA.
OLD BAHAMA CHANNEL.
FLORIDA.
1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS, ROCKET LAUNCHING
   282306Z TO 290004Z JAN, ALTERNATE
   2306Z TO 0004Z DAILY 29 THRU 31 JAN
   IN AREAS BOUND BY:
   A. 28-35-48N 080-35-01W, 28-37-00N 080-32-00W,
      28-35-00N 080-21-00W, 28-13-00N 080-09-00W,
      28-10-00N 080-15-00W, 28-10-00N 080-24-00W,
      28-26-43N 080-32-41W.
   B. 26-18-00N 079-22-00W, 26-18-00N 079-20-00W,
      25-29-00N 078-43-00W, 25-01-00N 078-44-00W,
      25-00-00N 078-51-00W, 25-28-00N 079-07-00W.
   C. 23-16-00N 079-31-00W, 23-28-00N 079-31-00W,
      23-38-00N 079-25-00W, 23-44-00N 079-13-00W,
      23-43-00N 079-02-00W, 23-38-00N 078-51-00W,
      23-28-00N 078-45-00W, 23-17-00N 078-45-00W,
      23-07-00N 078-51-00W, 23-01-00N 079-02-00W,
      23-01-00N 079-13-00W, 23-06-00N 079-24-00W.
2. CANCEL NAVAREA IV 69/22
3. CANCEL THIS MSG 010104Z FEB 22.
Quote from: NGA
280049Z JAN 22
HYDROPAC 231/22(22).
EASTERN SOUTH PACIFIC.
DNC 06.
1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS, SPACE DEBRIS
   290041Z TO 290119Z JAN, ALTERNATE
   0041Z TO 0119Z DAILY 30 JAN THRU 01 FEB
   IN AREA BOUND BY
   39-10S 119-01W, 28-43S 117-27W,
   16-15S 114-20W, 03-31S 110-37W,
   03-57S 108-14W, 14-34S 108-52W,
   27-04S 111-28W, 39-42S 115-56W.
2. CANCEL HYDROPAC 190/22.
3. CANCEL THIS MSG 010219Z FEB 22.

b1052 or which booster??

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Video of launch scrub



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b1052 or which booster??

You have the booster number literally on that picture... and it's NOT the booster for this mission...

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L-0 weather forecast.  70% 'Go' for January 28.  80% 'Go' for January 29.  Upper-Level Wind Shear risk is Moderate for both days.  All other Additional Risk Criteria are Low.

b1052 or which booster??

You have the booster number literally on that picture... and it's NOT the booster for this mission...
sorry I thought that the booster behind Kjell Lindgren is B1052 before rollout or in storage never knowing that 67 corresponds to booster no. telling its not B1067
« Last Edit: 01/28/2022 05:25 pm by Chinakpradhan »

b1052 or which booster??

Huh?
Yes, this CSG-2 mission is flying B1052, as can be seen in Julia Bergeron's photo posted above.  What does that have to do with the photo of Kjell Lindgren standing in front of the clearly labeled Crew-4 booster B1067?

And while we're at it,
Wow still kept octaves markings amazing
...
More signs of octaweb wowee

What?
Are you talking about where they cleaned along the weld lines for inspection?
guys I forgot the word as I had been stating of a thing related to Falcon heavy. I used octaweb as wrong word I was to use the word longerhons. So I meant longerhons attachment points Sorry for the mistake
« Last Edit: 01/28/2022 05:46 pm by Chinakpradhan »

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guys I forgot the word as I had been stating of a thing related to Falcon heavy. I used octaweb as wrong word I was to use the word longerhons. So I meant longerhons attachment points Sorry for the mistake

Do you mean "longerons"? You mean the FH side-core mounting points for the longerons?
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Updated "press kit" capture

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The weather for today is good, with less than an hour to go before B1052 flies again after a couple of years of inactivity.
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Range is RED for weather as announced on the net just now. Taking it down to 2 minutes in the count then final decision will be made. Polling for prop load begins in 3 minutes.
"The Starship has landed"

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Go for prop load w/ a red range.

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T-38 minutes. Teams just polled go for prop load however range is still RED due to weather.
"The Starship has landed"

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