Cape Canaveral/Kennedy Space Center, FL temporary restriction:From December 01, 2022 at 0802 UTC to To December 01, 2022 at 0904 UTCAltitude: From the surface up to and including 18,000fthttps://tfr.faa.gov/save_pages/detail_2_8061.htmlLikely:HAKUTO-R 1 (rocketlaunch.live/launch/hakuto-…)
Cape Canaveral/Kennedy Space Center, FL temporary restriction:From December 01, 2022 at 0802 UTC to To December 01, 2022 at 0904 UTCAltitude: From the surface up to and including 18,000ft https://tfr.faa.gov/save_pages/detail_2_8062.htmlLikely:HAKUTO-R 1 (rocketlaunch.live/launch/hakuto-…)
After further inspections of the launch vehicle and data review, we're standing down from tomorrow's launch of @ispace_inc's HAKUTO-R Mission 1; a new target launch date will be shared once confirmed
HAKUTO-R Mission 1 delay might be a few days at least, based on initial movements of fairing recovery ship Doug.Vessel appears to have left its holding point and is heading west towards Florida at 9 knots.
The ship being recalled to Port would typically mean a longer or undetermined delay, which makes waiting at sea unproductive.Add at ~2.5 days of travel time to return to Florida and sail back to the LZ.
The next SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will launch the first HAKUTO-R lunar lander for iSpace on December TBD around 3:37 a.m. EST. The first stage will land back at the Cape about eight minutes after launch.
010204Z DEC 22NAVAREA IV 1270/22(11,26).WESTERN NORTH ATLANTIC.FLORIDA.CANCEL NAVAREA IV 1262/22 AND THIS MSG,OPERATIONS CANCELED.
Doug should arrive back at Port Canaveral at midnight tonight, as SpaceX stands down for an undetermined period from the HAKUTOR-R Mission 1
ispace said they are still discussing a new date with SpaceX. If launch is after mid-December, then lunar landing attempt will happen after April, 2023.
SpaceX is expected to roll a Falcon 9 rocket back into its hangar at Cape Canaveral for troubleshooting, postponing the planned launch of a Japanese commercial moon lander for an unspecified period. SpaceX provided no details about the reason for grounding the rocket.<snip>Multiple sources familiar with the mission said SpaceX planned to lower the Falcon 9 rocket horizontal and roll it back to the hangar just south of pad 40, where technicians will perform more tests and resolve the problem.
022314Z DEC 22NAVAREA IV 1286/22(11,26).WESTERN NORTH ATLANTIC.FLORIDA.1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS, ROCKET LAUNCHING 070759Z TO 070856Z DEC, ALTERNATE 080751Z TO 080848Z, 090744Z TO 090841Z, 100739Z TO 100836Z, 110733Z TO 110830Z, 120726Z TO 120823Z, 130720Z TO 130817Z DEC IN AREAS BOUND BY: A. 28-35.00N 080-02.00W, 28-40.00N 080-04.00W, 28-39.41N 080-37.97W, 28-27.14N 080-31.60W, 28-27.00N 080-20.00W. B. 28-58.00N 074-34.00W, 29-06.00N 074-57.00W, 28-47.00N 076-55.00W, 28-40.00N 076-54.00W, 28-31.00N 074-54.00W, 28-39.00N 074-33.00W.2. CANCEL THIS MSG 130917Z DEC 22.
Does this look like it would be for Hakuto-R? If so I'm getting fairly confused about the SpaceX launch schedule next week.
NextSpaceFlight, updated December 2:Launch December 7 08:04 UTC = 3:04 am EST
Quote from: zubenelgenubi on 12/03/2022 04:32 amNextSpaceFlight, updated December 2:Launch December 7 08:04 UTC = 3:04 am ESTClarification: It was another update by me, with reference to the marine closure notices noted above only (the time is assumed by the fact that these zones were closed 5 minutes before T-0 for the Nov. 29/30 attempts).