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Brazilian launch schedule
« on: 07/12/2013 10:35 am »
Launched:

Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site

1997.12.02 - SCD-2A - VLS-1 (V-01) - Alcântara  (Failure)
1999.12.11 - SACI 2 - VLS-1 (V-02) - Alcântara  (Failure)

2003.08.22 - SATEC - VLS-1 (V-03) - Alcântara  (Failure)[/s]
Scheduled:

Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (UTC)

2014

2013[/s] TBD second half - suborbital test flight - VLS-1 (VSISNAV XVT-01[/s])- Alcântara

2015
2nd quarter-3rd  quarter - QB50 - Cyclone-4 (Brazil/Ukraine) - Alcântara[/s] (or LM-MLV)
November-December 2014[/s] late - Microsat, Nano-JASMINE - Cyclone-4 (Brazil/Ukraine) - Alcântara
TBD - ITASAT-1 - VLM (V-01) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara
2014[/s] TBD - TBD - VLS-1 (XVT-02) - Alcântara
TBD - TBD - VLS-1 (V-04) - Alcântara
December 2014[/s] TBD - Amazonia-1 - TBD - TBD
TBD - SARA - TBD - TBD

2016
TBD - TBD - VLM (V-02) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara
TBD - GTEO/FLORA - TBD - TBD

2017
TBD - TBD - VLM (V-03) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara
2015[/s] TBD - Amazonia-1B - TBD - TBD

2018
TBD - TBD - VLS-Alfa (V-01) - Alcântara
TBD - CLE-1 - VLM (V-04) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara
2017[/s] TBD - LATTES-1 - TBD - TBD
TBD - GEOMET-1 - TBD - TBD

2019
TBD - AST-1 - VLM (V-05) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara
TBD- TBD - VLS-Alfa (V-02) - Alcântara
2017[/s] TBD - Sabia-MAR 1 (Brazil/Argentina) - TBD - TBD
2018[/s] TBD - Amazonia-2 - TBD - TBD

2020
TBD - AST-2 - VLM (V-06) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara
TBD - TBD - VLS-Alfa (V-03) - Alcântara
TBD - TBD - VLS-Beta (V-01) - Alcântara
2018[/s] TBD - SAR - TBD - TBD

Unclear:
NET 2019 - SGDC 2 - TBD - TBD
2019[/s] NET 2021 - Sabia-MAR 1B (Brazil/Argentina) - TBD - TBD

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Re: Brazilian launch shedule
« Reply #1 on: 07/14/2013 06:22 pm »
On August 22, 2003 the VLS-1 exploded on the launch pad two days before its intended launch. So, this should not be considered a launch failure or a failure at all.

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Re: Brazilian launch shedule
« Reply #2 on: 07/14/2013 07:40 pm »
O'key! :)

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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #3 on: 09/15/2013 12:12 pm »
VLS-1 XVT-01 has been renamed VSISNAV and will be launched in 2014.

More info: http://www.aeb.gov.br/2013/06/iae-inicia-o-carregamento-dos-propulsores-do-vsisnav/

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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #4 on: 09/15/2013 01:03 pm »
Thanks! :)

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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #7 on: 11/19/2013 05:12 am »
Brig. Kasemodel, Director of IAE interview (Portuguese):
http://brazilianspace.blogspot.com/2013/11/blog-entrevista-o-brig-kasemodel.html

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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #8 on: 12/27/2013 07:06 pm »
Launched:

Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site

1997.12.02 - SCD-2A - VLS-1 (V-01) - Alcântara  (Failure)
1999.12.11 - SACI 2 - VLS-1 (V-02) - Alcântara  (Failure)


Scheduled:

Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (UTC)

2014

second half - suborbital test flight - VLS-1 (VSISNAV) - Alcântara

2015
third quarter late - Microsat, Nano-JASMINE - Cyclone-4 (Brazil/Ukraine) - Alcântara
TBD - ITASAT-1 TBD - VLM (V-01) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara
TBD - TBD - VLS-1 (XVT-02) - Alcântara
TBD - TBD - VLS-1 (V-04) - Alcântara
TBD - SARA - TBD - TBD

2016
NET January 15 - QB50 - Cyclone-4 (Brazil/Ukraine) - Alcântara (or NET December 2015)
TBD - TBD - VLM (V-02) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara
TBD - GTEO/FLORA - TBD - TBD

2017
2015 December - Amazonia-1 - TBD - TBD
TBD - TBD - VLM (V-03) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara

2018
TBD - TBD - VLS-Alfa (V-01) - Alcântara
TBD - CLE-1 - VLM (V-04) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara
TBD - LATTES-1 - TBD - TBD
TBD - GEOMET-1 - TBD - TBD

2019
TBD - AST-1 - VLM (V-05) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara
TBD- TBD - VLS-Alfa (V-02) - Alcântara
TBD - Sabia-MAR 1 (Brazil/Argentina) - TBD - TBD
TBD - Amazonia-2 - TBD - TBD

2020
TBD - AST-2 - VLM (V-06) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara
TBD - TBD - VLS-Alfa (V-03) - Alcântara
TBD - TBD - VLS-Beta (V-01) - Alcântara
TBD - SAR - TBD - TBD

Unclear:
NET 2015 - SOLITAIRE - Cyclone-4 (Brazil/Ukraine) - Alcântara
2017 NET 2018 - Amazonia-1B - TBD - TBD
NET 2019 - SGDC 2 - TBD - TBD
NET 2021 - Sabia-MAR 1B (Brazil/Argentina) - TBD - TBD

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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #9 on: 01/30/2014 01:23 am »
QB50 CubeSat Launch Contract Signed
http://amsat-uk.org/2014/01/28/qb50-cubesat-launch-contract-signed/
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The 7th QB50 workshop opened on Tuesday with the announcement that on Monday, January 27, 2014, the Von Karman Institute of Belgium signed the launch contract with Alcantara Cyclone Space for the launch of the QB50 constellation of 50 2U CubeSats into a 350 km low earth orbit for scientific research. The QB50 project is funded via the FP7 programme of the European Commission.
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The precise QB50 launch date is still to be confirmed but the launch window is defined as being between December 2015 and November 2016.

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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #11 on: 10/13/2014 05:19 am »

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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #12 on: 10/15/2014 05:40 am »
ITASAT 1 has moved to Falcon 9.

http://www.itasat.ita.br/?p=333
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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #13 on: 10/19/2014 05:54 pm »
Thanks! :)

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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #14 on: 01/02/2015 05:22 am »
Launched:

Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site

1997.12.02 - SCD-2A - VLS-1 (V-01) - Alcântara  (Failure)
1999.12.11 - SACI 2 - VLS-1 (V-02) - Alcântara  (Failure)
2015.11.13 - SARA Suborbital 1 - VS-40M - Alcântara (Failure)

Scheduled:

Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (UTC)


2016
2015 TBD - SHEFEX III - VLM (V-01) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara
TBD - TBD - VLM (V-02) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara
second half 2014 2015 TBD- suborbital test flight - VLS-1 (VSISNAV) - Alcântara
2015 TBD - TBD - VLS-1 (XVT-02) - Alcântara
TBD - GTEO/FLORA - TBD - TBD

2017
TBD - Amazonia-1 - TBD - TBD
TBD - TBD - VLM (V-03) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara

2018
2015 TBD - TBD - VLS-1 (V-04) - Alcântara
TBD - TBD - VLS-Alfa (V-01) - Alcântara
TBD - CLE-1 - VLM (V-04) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara
TBD - LATTES-1 - TBD - TBD
TBD - GEOMET-1 - TBD - TBD
TBD 2019 - Sabia-MAR 1A (Brazil/Argentina) - TBD - TBD

2019
TBD - AST-1 - VLM (V-05) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara
TBD- TBD - VLS-Alfa (V-02) - Alcântara
TBD - Amazonia-2 - TBD - TBD
TBD NET 2021 - Sabia-MAR 1B (Brazil/Argentina) - TBD - TBD

2020
TBD - AST-2 - VLM (V-06) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara
TBD - TBD - VLS-Alfa (V-03) - Alcântara
TBD - TBD - VLS-Beta (V-01) - Alcântara
TBD - SAR - TBD - TBD

Unclear:
NET 2018 - Amazonia-1B - TBD - TBD
NET 2019 - SGDC 2 - TBD - TBD

Probably cancelled:
third quarter 2015 (TBD) - Microsat, Nano-JASMINE - Cyclone-4 (Brazil/Ukraine) - Alcântara
NET 2015 - SOLITAIRE - Cyclone-4 (Brazil/Ukraine) - Alcântara
NET January 15, 2016 - QB50 - Cyclone-4 (Brazil/Ukraine) - Alcântara


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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #15 on: 01/11/2015 05:16 pm »
Came across this:

BrazilianSpace: Lançamento do Foguete Falcon-9 Com o Cubesat AESP-14
   
Vídeo do lançamento bem sucedido da missão “Falcon 9 - SpaceX CRS 5”, missão esta de suprimento para a Estação Espacial Internacional (ISS na sigla em inglês) que também levou a bordo o Cubesat Brasileiro AESP-14 (o segundo canarinho brasileiro) do Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica (ITA).

O lançamento ocorreu as 4:47 da manhã (horário local) do dia 10/01/2015 da Base da Força Aérea Americana em Cabo Canaveral, na Flórida (EUA), e segundo o que estava previsto a nave Dragon da SpaceX com os suprimentos para a estação e o Cubesat AESP-14, deveria iniciar a sua trajetória de aproximação da estação e posterior atracagem a partir das 4:30h (horário local) de segunda-feira (12/10/2015).

Vale lembrar que após a chegada do AESP-14 a ISS, o mesmo deveria ser transferido para o Módulo Japonês Kibo, de onde então em data ainda a ser definida (naquela época) seria finalmente lançado ao espaço através do dispositivo de ejeção “JEM Small Satellite Orbital Deployer (J-SSOD)”.


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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #16 on: 03/12/2015 11:17 am »
Brasilia prepares break the agreement with Ukraine on release of the Cyclone-4:
http://www.aereo.jor.br/2015/03/10/brasilia-prepara-rompimento-do-acordo-com-a-ucrania-sobre-lancamento-do-cyclone-4/

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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #17 on: 11/15/2015 05:18 am »
http://argentinaenelespacio.blogspot.com/2015/10/conae-con-presupuesto-de-1800-millones.html

PS:  About SABIAMAR:
 
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Está previsto lanzar el primer satélite de esta misión en 2018 y el segundo en 2019"

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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #18 on: 11/16/2015 06:12 am »
What's an article on Argentina's space program got to do with Brazil?
Akin's Laws of Spacecraft Design #1:  Engineering is done with numbers.  Analysis without numbers is only an opinion.

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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #19 on: 11/16/2015 01:26 pm »
Something that is related: Apparently the VS-40M SARA launch blew up on the unitary launcher last Friday. No one got injured, but another setback to the already troubled brazilian space program. I got this form this page: Link. (I used translate to read it in english) It is also reported at gunter's.   

Edit: Possibly the change from high strength steel (st. 300M) to maraging steel has something to do with the first stage failure.
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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #20 on: 12/31/2015 05:43 pm »
Launched:

Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site

1997.12.02 - SCD-2A - VLS-1 (V-01) - Alcântara  (Failure)
1999.12.11 - SACI 2 - VLS-1 (V-02) - Alcântara  (Failure)
2015.11.13 - SARA Suborbital 1 - VS-40M - Alcântara (Failure)

Scheduled:

Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (UTC)


2016
TBD - GTEO/FLORA - TBD - TBD

2017
2016 2nd half - suborbital test flight - VLS-1 (VSISNAV) - Alcântara (or may be cancelled)
2016 NET 2nd half - TBD - VLS-1 (XVT-02) - Alcântara (or may be cancelled)
TBD - Amazonia-1 - TBD - TBD

2018
2016 November - SHEFEX III - VLM (V-01) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara
TBD - TBD - VLS-1 (V-04) - Alcântara  (or may be cancelled)
TBD - TBD - VLS-Alfa (V-01) - Alcântara  cancelled
TBD - LATTES-1 - TBD - TBD
TBD - GEOMET-1 - TBD - TBD
TBD - Sabia-MAR 1A (Brazil/Argentina) - TBD - TBD

2019
2016 TBD - TBD - VLM (V-02) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara
TBD- TBD - VLS-Alfa (V-02) - Alcântara cancelled
TBD - Sabia-MAR 1B (Brazil/Argentina) - TBD - TBD

2020
2017 TBD - TBD - VLM (V-03) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara
TBD - TBD - VLS-Alfa (V-03) - Alcântara cancelled
TBD - TBD - VLS-Beta (V-01) - Alcântara cancelled
TBD - SAR - TBD - TBD

Unclear:
NET 2018 2019 - Amazonia-1B - TBD - TBD
NET 2019 - SGDC 2 - TBD - TBD
2019 TBD - Amazonia-2 - TBD - TBD
2018 TBD - CLE-1 - VLM (V-04) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara
2019 TBD - AST-1 - VLM (V-05) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara
2020 TBD - AST-2 - VLM (V-06) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara

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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #21 on: 02/05/2016 08:53 am »
All VLM flights will not happen before 2018. Back in June on Cyclone4.blogspot it was reported that the S50 will be bench tested Januari 2017. A single S50 sounding rocket VS-50 is planned for a November 2017 launch. And the qualification test flight for VLM-1 is planned for November 2018.
Inside the third quarters earning call of OHB (MT Aerospace) on page 21 and 22 it is reported that MT Aerospae is developing the Carbon composite casing for the S50 solid rocket engine. The outside diameter will be 1,46m and the casing length 5m (boss to boss length). There it is stated that combustion testing will take place in Brazil at the end of 2017.
So all VLM launches are pushed back well into 2018.

I'm also doubtful VLS-1 will ever take off. No reports jet on what caused the S40 stage of the VS-40 sounding rocket, that would launch the SARA payload on a suborbital trajectory back in November, to explode just after ignition. I really hope it was a procedural or inspection flaw; ia wrong installed ignitor, or fuel grain crack that was overlooked. Those are the easiest to fix. The S40 is the third stage of the VLS-1, so untill the cause of the S40 failure is found, and resolved no launch can take place of the VLS-1. Really bad news for the Brazilian launch schedule, and market.     

I also came across this article on Cyclone4 blogspot. SSC (Swedish Space Corporation), the owner of ESA's Esrange sounding rocket and ballon launch site, will develop two launch sites for the VLM rocket. One at Alcantara (CLA), Maranhao, Brazil. And the other one at Esrange Space Center (SSC), Sweden (project Rainbow). 
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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #23 on: 02/25/2017 09:57 pm »
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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #24 on: 02/26/2017 08:34 am »
Launched:

Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (UTC)

1993.02.09 - SCD-1 - Pegasus - Kennedy LC-39 - 14:30:00 (USA)
1997.12.02 - SCD-2A - VLS-1 (V-01) - Alcântara  (Failure)
1998.10.23 - SCD-2 - Pegasus H - Canaveral - 00:02:00 (USA)
1999.10.14 - CBERS-1 (Brazil/China) - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC7 - 03:15 (China)
1999.12.11 - SACI 2 - VLS-1 (V-02) - Alcântara (Failure)
2003.10.21 - CBERS-2 (Brazil/China) - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC7 - 03:16 (China)
2007.09.19 - CBERS-2B (Brazil/China) - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC7 - 03:26:13 (China)
2013.12.09 - CBERS-3 (Brazil/China) - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC7 - 03:26 (China) (Failure)
2014.12.07 - CBERS-4 (Brazil/China) - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - 03:26 (China)
2015.09.17  - SERPENS CubeSat - released from ISS - 12:13:49
2015.11.13 - SARA Suborbital 1 - VS-40M - Alcântara (Failure)
2017.01.16 - Tancredo 1 TubeSat (UbatubaSat) - released from ISS - 10:50

Scheduled:

Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (UTC)


2017
November - test - VS-50 - Alcântara
TBD - ItaSat 1 NanoSat (with FORMOSAT 5 and others) - Falcon 9 - Vandenberg SLC-4E (or 2018)

2018
late - test  - VLM (XVT-00) - Alcântara
2017 December - Amazonia-1 - Minotaur-C/Vega/TBD - TBD
December - CBERS-4A (Brazil/China) - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 (China)
TBD - LATTES-1 - TBD - TBD (or 2019)
TBD - GEOMET-1 - TBD - TBD (or 2019)
TBD - Sabia-MAR 1A (Brazil/Argentina) - TBD - TBD (or 2019)

2019
November 2018 TBD - SHEFEX III (suborbital) - VLM (V-01) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara
TBD - TBD - VLM (V-02) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara
TBD - Sabia-MAR 1B (Brazil/Argentina) - TBD - TBD
TBD - CBERS-5 (Brazil/China) - TBD - TSLC (China)

2020
September - CBERS-6 (Brazil/China) - TBD - TSLC (China)
TBD - TBD - VLM (V-03) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara
TBD - SAR - TBD - TBD

Unclear:
NET 2019 - Amazonia-1B - TBD - TBD
NET 2019 - SGDC 2 - TBD - TBD
TBD - Amazonia-2 - TBD - TBD
TBD - CLE-1 - VLM (V-04) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara
TBD - AST-1 - VLM (V-05) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara
TBD - AST-2 - VLM (V-06) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara

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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #25 on: 02/26/2017 10:59 am »
http://revistapesquisa.fapesp.br/en/2016/05/27/a-brazilian-satellite/
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The Amazonia 1 is the first satellite produced as part of the multi-mission platform designed by INPE.
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The satellite was designed to be compatible with a family of launchers, such as the Ukrainian Dnepr, the American Minotaur-C, and the European Vega, among others.

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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #26 on: 01/07/2018 06:52 am »
https://twitter.com/pbdes/status/948908716325244930
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German #ohbsystem/MT Aerospace-Brazilian AEB small-sat launch vehicle set for static tests this year. What is Germany's goal in program?
https://www.spaceintelreport.com/brazil-says-ground-test-micro-satellite-launcher-developed-germany-occur-year/

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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #27 on: 01/07/2018 07:48 am »
Launched:

Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (UTC)

1990.01.22 - DOVE (DOVE-OSCAR 17, DO 17) - Ariane-40 H10 - Kourou, ELA-2 - 01:35:27
1993.02.09 - SCD-1 - Pegasus - Kennedy, LC-39 - 14:30:00 (USA)
1997.12.02 - SCD-2A - VLS-1 (V-01) - Alcântara  (Failure)
1998.10.23 - SCD-2 - Pegasus H - Canaveral - 00:02:00 (USA)
1999.10.14 - CBERS-1 (Brazil/China), SACI 1 - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC7 - 03:15 (China)
1999.12.11 - SACI 2 - VLS-1 (V-02) - Alcântara (Failure)
2003.08.22 - SATEC, UNOSAT 1 - VLS-1 - Alcântara (pre-launch explosion)
2003.10.21 - CBERS-2 (Brazil/China) - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC7 - 03:16 (China)
2007.09.19 - CBERS-2B (Brazil/China) - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC7 - 03:26:13 (China)
2013.12.09 - CBERS-3 (Brazil/China) - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC7 - 03:26 (China) (Failure)
2014.06.19 - NanoSatC-Br 1 (1U CubeSat) - Dnepr - Dombarovskiy, LC-370/13 - 19:11:11 (Russia)
2014.12.07 - CBERS-4 (Brazil/China) - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - 03:26 (China)
2015.09.17 - SERPENS (3U Cubesat) - released from ISS - 12:13:49
2015.02.05 - AESP-14 (1U CubeSat) - released from ISS - 14:30
2015.11.13 - SARA Suborbital 1 - VS-40M - Alcântara (Failure)
2017.01.16 - Tancredo 1 (UbatubaSat) (TubeSat) - released from ISS - 10:50
2018.12.03 - ITASAT-1 (6U cubesat) - Falcon 9 (B1046.3) - Vandenberg, SLC-4E - 18:34:05

Scheduled:

Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (UTC)


2019
November 2017  2018  TBD - suborbital test - VS-50 - Alcântara
late 2018  TBD - test - VLM-1 (XVT-00) - Alcântara
December 2018  TBD - CBERS-4A (Brazil/China) - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 (China)
TBD - CBERS-5 (Brazil/China) - TBD - TSLC (China)
TBD - SPORT (6U cubesat) - TBD - TBD

2020
December 2018  Midyear - Amazonia-1 - Minotaur-C/Vega/TBD  PSLV - Sriharikota
September - CBERS-6 (Brazil/China) - TBD - TSLC (China)
TBD - TBD - VLM-1 (V-03) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara
TBD - SAR - TBD - TBD
2019 TBD - SHEFEX III (suborbital) (TBD) - VLM-1 (V-01) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara
2019 TBD - TBD - VLM-1 (V-02) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara

2022
2018  TBD - Sabia-MAR 1 (SAC E) (Brazil/Argentina) - TBD - TBD (or 2019)
2019  TBD - Calidris-2 (SGDC 2) - TBD - TBD
TBD - Carponis-1 (Optical) - TBD - TBD

2023
TBD - Carponis-2 (Optical) - TBD - TBD
TBD - TBD - VLX/Aquila 1 - Alcântara

2024
TBD - Atticora-1 (tactical communications) - TBD - TBD

2026
TBD - Calidris-3 - TBD - TBD
TBD -  Lessonia-1 (Radar) - TBD - TBD
TBD - TBD - Aquila 1e - Alcântara

2035
TBD - Calidris-4 - TBD - TBD

Unclear:
2019 - GEOMET-1 - TBD - TBD (or 2018)
2019 - LATTES-1 - TBD - TBD (or 2018)
2019 - NanoSatC-Br 2 (2U CubeSat) - TBD - TBD
NET 2019  2020 - Amazonia-1B - TBD - TBD
2019  TBD - Sabia-MAR 2 (Brazil/Argentina) - TBD - TBD
NET 2024 - Atticora-2 (tactical communications) - TBD - TBD
NET 2024 - Atticora-3 (tactical communications) - TBD - TBD
NET 2024 - Atticora-4 (tactical communications) - TBD - TBD
TBD - Amazonia-2 - TBD - TBD
TBD - 14-BISat (QB50 BR01) (2U CubeSat) - TBD - TBD

Probably cancelled:
TBD - CLE-1 - VLM-1 (V-04) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara
TBD - AST-1 - VLM-1 (V-05) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara
TBD - AST-2 - VLM-1 (V-06) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara

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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #28 on: 10/12/2018 07:48 pm »
Something from Sao Luis:

O0533/18 - PROHIBITED AREA (FALCAO II OPERATION) BTN COORD 0207.26S/04430.00W, 0132.61S/04406.92W, 0139.36S/04353.28W, 0212.93S /04413.08W, 0224.50S/04420.00W, 0221.80S/04425.37W (COOR SBR 104) ACT. GND - UNL, DLY 1100-2100, 15 OCT 11:00 2018 UNTIL 20 OCT 21:00 2018. CREATED: 25 SEP 19:42 2018

O0529/18 - RNAV RTE UZ81 (FALCAO II OPERATION) CHANGED TO: 1 - STAGE NADIR/DUBRU: AFTER NADIR DCT 023958S/0443133W DCT DUBRU 2 - STAGE DUBRU/NADIR: AFTER DUBRU DCT 023958S/0443133W DCT NADIR. FL245 - UNL, DLY 1100-2100, 15 OCT 11:00 2018 UNTIL 20 OCT 21:00 2018. CREATED: 25 SEP 19:26 2018
This message reflects my personal opinion based on open sources of information.

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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #29 on: 12/16/2018 04:01 pm »
http://www.inpe.br/noticias/noticia.php?Cod_Noticia=4976
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The National Institute for Space Research (INPE) has concluded the process for contracting the services that will put Amazonia-1, the first fully-designed earth observation satellite assembled and tested in Brazil, into orbit. The US company Spaceflight Inc has won international competition and will launch with the PSLV ( Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle [/ I]) from a base in India in 2020.

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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #32 on: 12/16/2018 08:16 pm »
http://latamsatelital.com/carponis-1-satelite-alta-resolucion-militar-brasil/
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The Brazilian Air Force (FAB) announced that the high-resolution satellite Carponis-1 that it is driving is scheduled to be launched in space in 2022. This mission is part of the Strategic Space Systems Program (PESE) that integrates the Program Brazilian space for defense.

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« Reply #35 on: 12/20/2018 09:45 pm »
https://www.satellitetoday.com/launch/2018/12/20/spaceflight-to-launch-brazils-amazonia-1-satellite/
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Spaceflight to Launch Brazil’s Amazonia-1 Satellite
By Annamarie Nyirady | December 20, 2018

Spaceflight was awarded a contract to provide launch services for Brazil’s National Institute for Space Research (INPE,) the research unit of the Brazilian Ministry of Science, Technology, Innovation, and Communications. The company will be launching the Amazonia-1 satellite, and is targeting a mid-2020 launch.

INPE’s Amazonia-1 satellite is the first Earth observation satellite to be completely designed, integrated, tested, and operated by Brazil. Its goal is to autonomously observe the national territory of Brazil, in particular the Amazon region. Amazonia-1 is also the first satellite based on Brazilian Multi Mission Platform (MMP), a general purpose service bus for 500 kilogram class satellites.

Amazonia-1 will be the primary spacecraft on the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) mission, with the excess capacity filled by Spaceflight’s smallsat rideshare customers. Targeting mid-2020, Amazonia-1 will be deployed to a mean altitude 760 kilometers sun-synchronous orbit, while the additional secondary rideshare spacecraft will be deployed at a lower altitude. Spaceflight will provide a combination of launch and end-to-end mission management services, as well as hardware for INPE.

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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #36 on: 12/20/2019 04:57 am »
https://brazilianspace.blogspot.com/2019/06/o-cla-e-sua-agenda-de-lancamento-ate.html
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Brazil reports that five missions are to be carried out from the Alcantara Launch Center (CLA) by the year 2022.

However, reader, before you get excited about this Launch Schedule, it is worth remembering that the history of the Brazilian Space Program (PEB) shows that 'the only right thing about PEB is that there is nothing right'. Perhaps even this maxim from the Bolsonaro Government will change.

The missions are as follows:

2020

· Qualifying launch of the new VS-50 suborbital rocket - a flight that will also attempt to qualify the new S-50 solid rocket engine of just over 12 tons, which will be used in the first and second stages of the future microsatellite launch vehicle. (VLM-1).

Hypersonic Accelerator Vehicle (VAH) is scheduled for launch in October - a vehicle made up of a modified VSB-30 suborbital rocket with a technology experiment called the Scramjet 14-X S1 demonstrator, the first flight test of the Hypersonic Technology linked to the Aerospace Vehicle project. Hypersonic 14-X that is under development in Brazil.

2021

· Launch of an international hypersonic experiment called Hexafly-INT - a launch that is supposed to be performed by a VS-50 rocket. This international project has the participation of four Consortiums, the European Consortium headed by the European Space Agency (ESA), the Australian Consortium, the Consortium of the Russian Federation and the Brazilian Consortium, which is led by the Brazilian Space Agency (AEB).

2022

· Launch of the Hypersonic Accelerator Vehicle (HAV) - a vehicle made up of a modified VSB-30 suborbital rocket with a technology experiment called the Scramjet 14-X S2 demonstrator, that is, the second flight test of hypersonic technology, a little more. also linked to the 14-X Hypersonic Aerospace Vehicle project under development in Brazil.

· Microsatellite Launch Vehicle Qualification Launch (VLM-1) - There is no clear information as to whether this flight will be suborbital as anticipated at the time of the former German SHEFEX-3 project, or whether it will be an orbital flight aboard a technology satellite developed by INPE, as previously planned for the former VLS-1 qualifying flight. It may even be that it only flies with measuring instruments, anyway .... However, reader, should this flight actually take place in 2022, it is worth remembering that curiously the forecast made in July 2010 by the then minister of the Secretariat of Strategic Affairs (SAE) of the government of the miscreant Lula, Samuel Pinheiro Guimarães, was correct. Is it coincidence ????? Lol.

Yeah reader, this is the CLA schedule foreseen until the year 2022, but as I said above, nothing in the PEB is certain, except for its own uncertainty, and so we will have to wait for these missions to actually take place. and successfully, and perhaps even including in this period also an agenda for the Hell Barrier Launch Center (CLBI), something that obviously goes beyond the current training rockets. Let's wait.

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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #37 on: 12/20/2019 06:06 am »
Launched:

Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (UTC)
1990.01.22 - DOVE (DOVE-OSCAR 17, DO 17) - Ariane-40 H10 - Kourou, ELA-2 - 01:35:27 (French Guiana)
1993.02.09 - SCD-1 - Pegasus - Kennedy, LC-39 - 14:30:00 (USA)
1997.12.02 - SCD-2A - VLS-1 (V-01) - Alcântara  (Failure)
1998.10.23 - SCD-2 - Pegasus H - Canaveral - 00:02:00 (USA)
1999.10.14 - CBERS-1 (Brazil/China), SACI 1 - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC7 - 03:15 (China)
1999.12.11 - SACI 2 - VLS-1 (V-02) - Alcântara (Failure)
2003.08.22 - SATEC, UNOSAT 1 - VLS-1 - Alcântara (pre-launch explosion)
2003.10.21 - CBERS-2 (Brazil/China) - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC7 - 03:16 (China)
2007.09.19 - CBERS-2B (Brazil/China) - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC7 - 03:26:13 (China)
2013.12.09 - CBERS-3 (Brazil/China) - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC7 - 03:26 (China) (Failure)
2014.06.19 - NanoSatC-Br 1 (1U CubeSat) - Dnepr - Dombarovskiy, LC-370/13 - 19:11:11 (Russia)
2014.12.07 - CBERS-4 (Brazil/China) - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - 03:26 (China)
2015.09.17 - SERPENS (3U Cubesat) - released from ISS - 12:13:49
2015.02.05 - AESP-14 (1U CubeSat) - released from ISS - 14:30
2015.11.13 - SARA Suborbital 1 - VS-40M - Alcântara (Failure)
2017.01.16 - Tancredo 1 (UbatubaSat) (TubeSat) - released from ISS - 10:50
2018.12.03 - ITASAT-1 (6U cubesat) - Falcon 9 (B1046.3) - Vandenberg, SLC-4E - 18:34:05 (USA)
2019.12.20 - CBERS-4A (Brazil/China)? FloripaSat-1 (Brazil, Spain) - CZ-4B (Y44) - TSLC, LC9 - 03:22  (China)

Scheduled:

Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (UTC)

2020
Midyear - Amazonia-1 - PSLV - Sriharikota (India)
September - CBERS-6 (Brazil/China) - TBD - TSLC (China)
2019 October - Cygnus NG-14 (CRS-14), SPORT (6U cubesat) - Antares-230+ - MARS LP-0A (USA)
2019  TBD - CBERS-5 (Brazil/China) - TBD - TSLC (China)
2019  TBD - suborbital test - VS-50 - Alcântara
TBD - SHEFEX III (suborbital) (TBD) - VLM-1 (V-01) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara
TBD - MAPSAR - TBD - TBD

2022
2019  TBD - test - VLM-1 (XVT-00) - Alcântara
2020  TBD - TBD - VLM-1 (V-02) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara
2020  TBD - TBD - VLM-1 (V-03) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara
TBD - Sabia-MAR 1 (SAC E) (Brazil/Argentina) - TBD - TBD
TBD - Calidris-2 (SGDC 2) - TBD - TBD
TBD - Carponis-1 (Optical) - TBD - TBD

2023
TBD - Carponis-2 (Optical) - TBD - TBD
TBD - TBD - VLX/Aquila 1 - Alcântara

2024
TBD - Atticora-1 (tactical communications) - TBD - TBD

2026
TBD - Calidris-3 - TBD - TBD
TBD -  Lessonia-1 (Radar) - TBD - TBD
TBD - TBD - Aquila 1e - Alcântara

2035
TBD - Calidris-4 - TBD - TBD

Unclear:
2020 - Amazonia-1B - TBD - TBD
NET 2023 - Amazonia-2 - TBD - TBD
NET 2024 - Atticora-2 (tactical communications) - TBD - TBD
NET 2024 - Atticora-3 (tactical communications) - TBD - TBD
NET 2024 - Atticora-4 (tactical communications) - TBD - TBD
TBD - 14-BISat (QB50 BR01) (2U CubeSat) - TBD - TBD
2019  TBD - NanoSatC-Br 2 (2U CubeSat) - TBD - TBD
2019  TBD - LATTES-1 - TBD - TBD
2019  TBD - GEOMET-1 - TBD - TBD
TBD - Sabia-MAR 2 (Brazil/Argentina) - TBD - TBD

Probably cancelled:
TBD - CLE-1 - VLM-1 (V-04) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara
TBD - AST-1 - VLM-1 (V-05) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara
TBD - AST-2 - VLM-1 (V-06) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara

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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #38 on: 01/04/2020 12:40 pm »
https://mundo.sputniknews.com/espacio/201912271089787830-que-hara-nuevo-satelite-brasil-china-espacio/
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The expert stressed that, apart from this project, Brazil is preparing to launch another satellite in 2020, called Amazonia-1. It will be a Brazilian production device.
     "No country will participate in its manufacture. We have designed and assembled it ... It will be launched in the second half of 2020," he said.

In the long term, Brazil also expects to build another space apparatus of almost 200 kilograms. Your mission will be to study the ionosphere. Brazilian builders plan to launch this satellite in late 2023 or early 2024.

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« Reply #41 on: 01/04/2020 02:10 pm »
Launched:

Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (UTC)
1990.01.22 - DOVE (DOVE-OSCAR 17, DO 17) - Ariane-40 H10 - Kourou, ELA-2 - 01:35:27 (French Guiana)
1993.02.09 - SCD-1 - Pegasus - Kennedy, LC-39 - 14:30:00 (USA)
1997.12.02 - SCD-2A - VLS-1 (V-01) - Alcântara  (Failure)
1998.10.23 - SCD-2 - Pegasus H - Canaveral - 00:02:00 (USA)
1999.10.14 - CBERS-1 (Brazil/China), SACI 1 - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC7 - 03:15 (China)
1999.12.11 - SACI 2 - VLS-1 (V-02) - Alcântara (Failure)
2003.08.22 - SATEC, UNOSAT 1 - VLS-1 - Alcântara (pre-launch explosion)
2003.10.21 - CBERS-2 (Brazil/China) - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC7 - 03:16 (China)
2007.09.19 - CBERS-2B (Brazil/China) - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC7 - 03:26:13 (China)
2013.12.09 - CBERS-3 (Brazil/China) - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC7 - 03:26 (China) (Failure)
2014.06.19 - NanoSatC-Br 1 (1U CubeSat) - Dnepr - Dombarovskiy, LC-370/13 - 19:11:11 (Russia)
2014.12.07 - CBERS-4 (Brazil/China) - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - 03:26 (China)
2015.09.17 - SERPENS (3U Cubesat) - released from ISS - 12:13:49
2015.02.05 - AESP-14 (1U CubeSat) - released from ISS - 14:30
2015.11.13 - SARA Suborbital 1 - VS-40M - Alcântara (Failure)
2017.01.16 - Tancredo 1 (UbatubaSat) (TubeSat) - released from ISS - 10:50
2018.12.03 - ITASAT-1 (6U cubesat) - Falcon 9 (B1046.3) - Vandenberg, SLC-4E - 18:34:05 (USA)
2019.12.20 - CBERS-4A (Brazil/China)? FloripaSat-1 (Brazil, Spain) - CZ-4B (Y44) - TSLC, LC9 - 03:22  (China)

Scheduled:

Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (UTC)

2020
October 2 - Cygnus NG-14 (CRS-14), SPORT (6U cubesat) - Antares-230+ - MARS LP-0A (USA)

2021
June-July  September 2020  February - Amazonia-1 - PSLV-DL - Sriharikota (India) (or Midyear  H2 2020)
Summer - ELaNa 37: SPORT (6U cubesat) - TBD - TBD (USA) (or NET Q3)
TBD - CRON-1 (NanoMirax) - TBD - TBD
2020  TBD - suborbital test - VS-50 - Alcântara

2022
TBD - test - VLM-1 (XVT-00) - Alcântara
TBD - TBD - VLM-1 (V-02) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara
TBD - TBD - VLM-1 (V-03) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara
TBD - Sabia-MAR 1 (SAC E) (Brazil/Argentina) - TBD - TBD
TBD - Calidris-2 (SGDC 2) - TBD - TBD
TBD - Carponis-1 (Optical) - TBD - TBD

2023
Late - EQUARS (EQUatorial Atmosphere Research Satellite) - TBD - TBD (or Early 2024)
TBD - Carponis-2 (Optical) - TBD - TBD
TBD - TBD - VLX/Aquila 1 - Alcântara

2024
TBD - Atticora-1 (tactical communications) - TBD - TBD

2026
TBD - Calidris-3 - TBD - TBD
TBD -  Lessonia-1 (Radar) - TBD - TBD
TBD - TBD - Aquila 1e - Alcântara

2035
TBD - Calidris-4 - TBD - TBD

Unclear:
2020  NET 2021 - Amazonia-1B - TBD - TBD
NET 2021 - Itasat-2 (x3) - TBD - TBD
NET 2023 - Amazonia-2 - TBD - TBD
NET 2024 - Atticora-2 (tactical communications) - TBD - TBD
NET 2024 - Atticora-3 (tactical communications) - TBD - TBD
NET 2024 - Atticora-4 (tactical communications) - TBD - TBD
TBD - 14-BISat (QB50 BR01) (2U CubeSat) - TBD - TBD
TBD - NanoSatC-Br 2 (2U CubeSat) - TBD - TBD
TBD - LATTES-1 - TBD - TBD
TBD - GEOMET-1 - TBD - TBD
TBD - Sabia-MAR 2 (Brazil/Argentina) - TBD - TBD
2020  TBD - CBERS-5 (Brazil/China) - TBD - TSLC (China)
September 2020  TBD - CBERS-6 (Brazil/China) - TBD - TSLC (China)

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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #42 on: 01/23/2020 07:12 pm »
https://www.financialexpress.com/lifestyle/science/india-brazil-space-cooperation-south-american-nation-to-track-isros-chandrayaan-3-and-gaganyaan-missions/1833159/
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Financial Express Online was the first to report about the launch of the Brazilian Satellite in 2020. According to a representative of the Brazilian Space Agency (AEB), “The launch of Amazonia with PSLV later this year is confirmed. It is expected to be launched either in June or July.”

Amazonia-1 which will be the primary payload, not a hitch-hike satellite has been built, designed and tested in Brazil. It will be Brazil’s first satellite for Earth Observation.

It will provide remote sensing data (images) to observe and monitor deforestation especially in the Amazon region, and also the diversified agriculture throughout the country.

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« Reply #43 on: 02/23/2020 07:01 pm »
http://www.inpe.br/noticias/noticia.php?Cod_Noticia=5358
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São José dos Campos-SP, February 10, 2020
Satellite Image Amazônia-1 begins to be closed for environmental tests

The first remote sensing satellite fully developed in the country and by INPE, Amazônia-1, is in the process of closing the sides of the service module, the Multimission Platform, at the Integration and Testing Laboratory (LIT), in São José dos Campos (SP). This phase marks the transition from the satellite tests, previously performed with its open sides, to a phase that will be completely closed, with its flight model systems and subsystems inside.

After its closure, systemic tests will be carried out, which precede the first environmental tests, which include dynamic - vibration - and thermal tests, under vacuum conditions. The Amazon-1 testing campaign started in June last year, at LIT.

The satellite will be launched from the Sriharikota Launch Center (SHAR) in India by the PSLV (Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle) rocket. The launch is scheduled for September this year.

Amazonia-1 will take on board an imager similar to that of the CBERS-4 and 4A satellites, developed in partnership with China and currently in orbit, whose images are of interest to the environmental monitoring of the Amazon region, among other applications.

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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #44 on: 07/27/2020 07:30 am »
https://www.gov.br/pt-br/noticias/educacao-e-pesquisa/2020/07/satelite-de-monitoramento-da-amazonia-devera-ser-lancado-em-fevereiro
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A completely national satellite, designed and developed in Brazil and by the National Institute for Space Research (Inpe), Amazônia-1, which is already in the final testing phase and should be launched in February next year. "This satellite is focused precisely on observing the Amazon, it has a number of interesting features and is 100% national," said the Minister of Science, Technology and Innovations, Marcos Pontes, who participated in a press conference on Tuesday (14). press.

It is the first remote sensing satellite. Amazonia-1 will expand the capacity to monitor biomes throughout the Brazilian territory. “Amazônia-1 is going to be launched together with India. I would like it to be launched here at our Alcântara Launch Center, but we still don't have the capacity to launch a satellite of this nature over there in Alcântara [MA], but we will have it soon ”, explained the minister.
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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #45 on: 07/27/2020 01:54 pm »
https://www.defesanet.com.br/space/noticia/37548/ITA-realiza-reuniao-do-Projeto-ITASAT-2/
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ITASAT 2

ITASAT 2 is a flight project for the formation of three satellites to carry out scientific and technological investigations in the ionosphere. It is a continuation of the research initiated with the SPORT project, a nanosatellite with the purpose of investigating the space climate. Its importance lies in the fact that the ionosphere has a great influence on the current electronic systems used in our society, such as GPS (which in Portuguese means Global Positioning System), communications and energy transmission.

According to Professor Loures, this Pre-Phase A study work, entrusted by the Brazilian Space Agency to ITA, demonstrates the agency's confidence in the technical level reached by the Institute in the Space Systems project. “This competence started with ITASAT, financed by AEB, and was definitely consolidated with our work with NASA and American universities on the SPORT satellite. ITA establishes itself as a ‘player’ in this space niche and our path will show that we will do much more. After finishing this study, we will start project activities in 2021 ”, he explained.

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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #46 on: 08/12/2020 05:06 am »
https://www.nasa.gov/content/upcoming-elana-cubesat-launches
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    ELaNa 37
    Date: NET Q3 CY2021
    Mission: Launch vehicle and launch site TBD
    12 CubeSat Missions scheduled to be deployed

        CapSat-1 - The Weiss School, Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
        D3 - University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida
        GWSat - George Washington University, Washington, D.C.
        JAGSAT - University of South Alabama, Mobile, Alabama
        LEOPARDSat-1 - University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio
        MARIO - University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
        NACHOS - Los Alamos National Lab, Los Alamos, New Mexico
        OreSat - Portland State University, Portland, Oregon
        PATCOOL - NASA KSC, Kennedy Space Center, Florida
        petitSat - NASA GSFC, Goddard Space Flight Center, Maryland
        REALOP - University of California - Davis, Davis, California
        SPORT - NASA MSFC, Marshall Space Flight Center, Alabama
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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #47 on: 08/20/2020 09:42 am »
Amazonia 1 remote sensing spacecraft will be launched by an India's PSLV-DL rocket in 2021

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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #48 on: 12/09/2020 08:17 pm »
https://g1.globo.com/sp/vale-do-paraiba-regiao/noticia/2020/12/05/amazonia-1-satelite-brasileiro-do-inpe-entra-em-fase-final-de-testes-antes-de-lancamento.ghtml
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Brazil is in the final preparations to put the Amazon 1 into orbit, the first nationally designed and operated earth observation satellite. The launch is scheduled for February 2021, in India.

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https://g1.globo.com/sp/vale-do-paraiba-regiao/noticia/2020/12/05/amazonia-1-satelite-brasileiro-do-inpe-entra-em-fase-final-de-testes-antes-de-lancamento.ghtml

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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #49 on: 02/28/2021 08:33 pm »
Launched:
Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (UTC)

1990.01.22 - DOVE (DOVE-OSCAR 17, DO 17) - Ariane-40 H10 - Kourou, ELA-2 - 01:35:27 (French Guiana)
1993.02.09 - SCD-1 - Pegasus - Kennedy, LC-39 - 14:30:00 (USA)
1997.12.02 - SCD-2A - VLS-1 (V-01) - Alcântara  (Failure)
1998.10.23 - SCD-2 - Pegasus H - Canaveral - 00:02:00 (USA)
1999.10.14 - CBERS-1 (Brazil/China), SACI 1 - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC7 - 03:15 (China)
1999.12.11 - SACI 2 - VLS-1 (V-02) - Alcântara (Failure)
2003.08.22 - SATEC, UNOSAT 1 - VLS-1 - Alcântara (pre-launch explosion)
2003.10.21 - CBERS-2 (Brazil/China) - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC7 - 03:16 (China)
2007.09.19 - CBERS-2B (Brazil/China) - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC7 - 03:26:13 (China)
2013.12.09 - CBERS-3 (Brazil/China) - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC7 - 03:26 (China) (Failure)
2014.06.19 - NanoSatC-Br 1 (1U CubeSat) - Dnepr - Dombarovskiy, LC-370/13 - 19:11:11 (Russia)
2014.12.07 - CBERS-4 (Brazil/China) - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - 03:26 (China)
2015.09.17 - SERPENS (3U Cubesat) - released from ISS - 12:13:49
2015.02.05 - AESP-14 (1U CubeSat) - released from ISS - 14:30
2015.11.13 - SARA Suborbital 1 - VS-40M - Alcântara (Failure)
2017.01.16 - Tancredo 1 (UbatubaSat) (TubeSat) - released from ISS - 10:50
2018.12.03 - ITASAT-1 (6U cubesat) - Falcon 9 (B1046.3) - Vandenberg, SLC-4E - 18:34:05 (USA)
2019.12.20 - CBERS-4A (Brazil/China)? FloripaSat-1 (Brazil, Spain) - CZ-4B (Y44) - TSLC, LC9 - 03:22  (China)
2021.01.28 - Amazonia-1 (AZ 1, SSR 1) - PSLV-DL (C51) - Sriharikota - 04:54:00 (India)

Scheduled:
Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (UTC)

2021
TBD - CRON-1 (NanoMirax) - TBD - TBD
TBD - suborbital test - VS-50 - Alcântara

Foreign launches:
March 20 - NANOSATC-BR2 - Soyuz-2-1A/Fregat - Baikonur 31/6 - 06:07 (Russia, Kazakhstan)
Summer - ELaNa 37: SPORT (6U cubesat) - TBD - TBD (USA) (or NET Q3)

2022
TBD - test - VLM-1 (XVT-00) - Alcântara
TBD - TBD - VLM-1 (V-02) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara
TBD - TBD - VLM-1 (V-03) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara
TBD - Sabia-MAR 1 (SAC E) (Brazil/Argentina) - TBD - TBD
TBD - Calidris-2 (SGDC 2) - TBD - TBD
TBD - Carponis-1 (Optical) - TBD - TBD

2023
Late - EQUARS (EQUatorial Atmosphere Research Satellite) - TBD - TBD (or Early 2024)
TBD - Carponis-2 (Optical) - TBD - TBD
TBD - TBD - VLX/Aquila 1 - Alcântara

2024
TBD - Atticora-1 (tactical communications) - TBD - TBD

2026
TBD - Calidris-3 - TBD - TBD
TBD -  Lessonia-1 (Radar) - TBD - TBD
TBD - TBD - Aquila 1e - Alcântara

2035
TBD - Calidris-4 - TBD - TBD

Unclear:
NET 2021 - Amazonia-1B (AZ 1B, SSR 1B) - TBD - TBD
NET 2021 - Itasat-2 (x3) - TBD - TBD
NET 2023 - Amazonia-2 - TBD - TBD
NET 2024 - Atticora-2 (tactical communications) - TBD - TBD
NET 2024 - Atticora-3 (tactical communications) - TBD - TBD
NET 2024 - Atticora-4 (tactical communications) - TBD - TBD
TBD - 14-BISat (QB50 BR01) (2U CubeSat) - TBD - TBD
TBD - NanoSatC-Br 2 (2U CubeSat) - TBD - TBD
TBD - LATTES-1 - TBD - TBD
TBD - GEOMET-1 - TBD - TBD
TBD - Sabia-MAR 2 (Brazil/Argentina) - TBD - TBD
TBD - CBERS-5 (Brazil/China) - TBD - TSLC (China)
TBD - CBERS-6 (Brazil/China) - TBD - TSLC (China)

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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #50 on: 03/12/2021 12:09 pm »
http://gklaunch.ru/en/news/38-satellites-from-18-countries-wiil-be-delivered-into-orbit-from-baikonur-cosmodrome-on-march-20/
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NANOSATC-BR2 Spacecraft is a scientific, academic and technological satellite designed for monitoring of the Earth’s Ionosphere and Magnetic Field, Southern Regional Space Research Center, University of Santa Maria, Brazil.

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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #51 on: 04/09/2021 07:42 am »
Does anyone know the status of the ASTER project?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ASTER_(spacecraft)
Is it alive in any form or shape, or shut down?
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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #52 on: 04/09/2021 11:12 pm »
Does anyone know the status of the ASTER project?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ASTER_(spacecraft)
Is it alive in any form or shape, or shut down?

I asked to Brazilian Space, blog, and he said is dead, at least for now...
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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #53 on: 04/10/2021 07:02 am »
Does anyone know the status of the ASTER project?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ASTER_(spacecraft)
Is it alive in any form or shape, or shut down?

I asked to Brazilian Space, blog, and he said is dead, at least for now...

Thanks! But sad.

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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #54 on: 07/26/2021 01:41 pm »
IAE: Successfully compretes operation Santa Maria 1/2021 - 2th phase.
Inert S50 integration at CLA, VLS/VLM launchzone. with several foto's

Followon test operations are planned for November 2021 & August 2022.
Launch VS-50 V01 planned for End 2022.
Before the maiden launch of VS-50, two static firing tests of S50 stages should take place.
There is another VS-50 launch planned before they continue with VLM-1.
So I guess VLM-1 V01 NET H2 2023.

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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #55 on: 07/30/2021 07:40 pm »
SABIA-Mar 1 update from 30 April 2021: https://www.argentina.gob.ar/noticias/la-mision-sabia-mar-avanza-con-un-nuevo-ensayo-sobre-el-modelo-de-vuelo

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This week the deployment test of the solar panels of the CONAE SABIA-Mar Earth observation satellite was carried out, which is in the design and construction phase, with launch scheduled for 2023.

Delayed from 2022 to 2023.

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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #56 on: 10/19/2021 10:28 pm »
Successful static firing test with DLR involvement [dated Oct. 7] (bolds mine)

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On 1 October 2021, an S50 solid-propellant rocket motor, which will form the first two stages of the new VLM-1 launch vehicle, successfully completed a static firing test in the operational area of Usina Coronel Abner (UCA), in São José dos Campos, São Paulo state, Brazil. The test was conducted by an engineering team from the Aeronautics and Space Institute (Instituto de Aeronáutica e Espaço; IAE), which is headquartered in São José dos Campos, on behalf of the Brazilian Air Force (Força Aérea Brasileira; FAB) and the Brazilian Department of Aerospace Science and Technology (Departamento de Ciência e Tecnologia Aeroespacial; DCTA). As part of the long-standing cooperation between Brazil and the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR), the rocket motor that has now been tested will also be used for a new European sounding rocket. This will significantly improve the range of services available in the field of suborbital launchers.

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The S50 is the largest rocket motor ever manufactured in Brazil, with 12 tonnes of solid propellant, and employs innovative technologies such as the use of carbon-fibre-reinforced composites for the engine casing, which makes it lighter and more efficient. The first launch with an S50 is planned for 2023 from the Alcântara Space Center (Centro Espacial de Alcântara; CEA).

The static firing lasted 84 seconds and tested the behaviour of the motor. The successful completion of this test was critical for the final stages of development of the S50 motor, which will provide Brazil with new capabilities in terms of the deployment of suborbital vehicles and microsatellites through the Microsatellite Launch Vehicle Project (Projeto do Veículo Lançador de Microssatélites; VLM-1).

So VS-50 V01 is delayed to 2023, and the first VLM-1 launch may be delayed past 2023 due to the second VS-50 flight in between.

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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #57 on: 05/06/2022 03:35 pm »
https://homemdoespacobrasil.wordpress.com/2022/05/05/empresa-sul-coreana-vai-lancar-carga-util-brasileira-em-voo-inagural-de-alcantara/

"INNOSPACE, a South Korean space startup that builds small launch vehicles, has signed an agreement with the Brazilian Department of Aerospace Science and Technology (DCTA) to launch SISNAV, an inertial navigation system project supported by Finep [Brazilian entrepreneurship development fund] and the Brazilian space agency AEB. The launch of the HANBIT-TLV test rocket should take place at the end of this year from the Alcântara Space Center in northeastern Brazil."

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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #58 on: 10/18/2022 08:30 am »
Some activity at Alcantara expected:

O0646/22 NOTAMN
Q) SBAZ/QRPCA/IV/NBO/W/000/999/0214S04416W018
A) SBAZ
B) 2210201100 C) 2210292100
D) DLY 1100-2100
E) SBP 103 (ALCANTARA 1) ACT
F) SFC G) UNL
CREATED: 17 Oct 2022 13:07:00
SOURCE: SBRJYNYX

O0645/22 NOTAMN
Q) SBAZ/QXXCA/IV/BO/W/000/999/0129S04248W048
A) SBAZ
B) 2210201100 C) 2210292100
D) DLY 1100-2100
E) PROHIBITED AREA (SANTA BRANCA OPERATION) WI COORD 0211.07S/04258.14W, 0204.26S/04315.57W, 0130.14S/04332.22W, 0112.07S/04326.15W, 0045.17S/04239.55W, 0152.12S/04209.18W ACT
F) SFC G) UNL
CREATED: 17 Oct 2022 13:05:00
SOURCE: SBRJYNYX
This message reflects my personal opinion based on open sources of information.

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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #59 on: 11/06/2022 08:37 pm »
Some activity at Alcantara expected:

O0646/22 NOTAMN
Q) SBAZ/QRPCA/IV/NBO/W/000/999/0214S04416W018
A) SBAZ
B) 2210201100 C) 2210292100
D) DLY 1100-2100
E) SBP 103 (ALCANTARA 1) ACT
F) SFC G) UNL
CREATED: 17 Oct 2022 13:07:00
SOURCE: SBRJYNYX

O0645/22 NOTAMN
Q) SBAZ/QXXCA/IV/BO/W/000/999/0129S04248W048
A) SBAZ
B) 2210201100 C) 2210292100
D) DLY 1100-2100
E) PROHIBITED AREA (SANTA BRANCA OPERATION) WI COORD 0211.07S/04258.14W, 0204.26S/04315.57W, 0130.14S/04332.22W, 0112.07S/04326.15W, 0045.17S/04239.55W, 0152.12S/04209.18W ACT
F) SFC G) UNL
CREATED: 17 Oct 2022 13:05:00
SOURCE: SBRJYNYX


There has been a VSB-30 launch from Alcantara on October 23 at 17:20 UTC, carrying the MQ-PSM (Modelo de Qualificação da Plataforma Suborbital de Microgravidade) payload and reaching an apogee of 227 km, with a total flight time of 7 m 44 s.

EDIT: the mission was designated "Operação Santa Branca", and the third link has more info about the payload.

https://agenciabrasil.ebc.com.br/geral/noticia/2022-10/foguete-vsb-30-e-lancado-com-sucesso-do-centro-espacial-de-alcantara

https://aeromagazine.uol.com.br/artigo/brasil-lancou-foguete-100-produzido-no-pais.html

https://www.gov.br/aeb/pt-br/assuntos/noticias/lancamento-do-foguete-vsb-30-e-realizado-com-sucesso-durante-a-operacao-santa-branca

https://twitter.com/fab_oficial/status/1584952388565499904
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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #60 on: 12/14/2022 08:01 am »
Review of construction milestones between CONAE and INVAP for the SABIA-Mar mission [dated Oct. 17]

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The SABIA-Mar mission aims to study the sea and the coasts of Argentina and South America and will provide valuable information for the scientific, productive and decision-making fields. Its launch is scheduled for the end of 2024.

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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #61 on: 12/30/2022 11:50 am »
Launched:
Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (UTC)

1990.01.22 - DOVE (DOVE-OSCAR 17, DO 17) - Ariane-40 H10 - Kourou, ELA-2 - 01:35:27 (French Guiana)
1993.02.09 - SCD-1 - Pegasus - Kennedy, LC-39 - 14:30:00 (USA)
1997.12.02 - SCD-2A - VLS-1 (V-01) - Alcântara  (Failure)
1998.10.23 - SCD-2 - Pegasus H - Canaveral - 00:02:00 (USA)
1999.10.14 - CBERS-1 (Brazil/China), SACI 1 - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC7 - 03:15 (China)
1999.12.11 - SACI 2 - VLS-1 (V-02) - Alcântara (Failure)
2003.08.22 - SATEC, UNOSAT 1 - VLS-1 - Alcântara (pre-launch explosion)
2003.10.21 - CBERS-2 (Brazil/China) - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC7 - 03:16 (China)
2007.09.19 - CBERS-2B (Brazil/China) - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC7 - 03:26:13 (China)
2013.12.09 - CBERS-3 (Brazil/China) - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC7 - 03:26 (China) (Failure)
2014.06.19 - NanoSatC-Br 1 (1U CubeSat) - Dnepr - Dombarovskiy, LC-370/13 - 19:11:11 (Russia)
2014.12.07 - CBERS-4 (Brazil/China) - CZ-4B - TSLC, LC9 - 03:26 (China)
2015.09.17 - SERPENS (3U Cubesat) - released from ISS - 12:13:49
2015.02.05 - AESP-14 (1U CubeSat) - released from ISS - 14:30
2015.11.13 - SARA Suborbital 1 - VS-40M - Alcântara (Failure)
2017.01.16 - Tancredo 1 (UbatubaSat) (TubeSat) - released from ISS - 10:50
2018.12.03 - ITASAT-1 (6U cubesat) - Falcon 9 (B1046.3) - Vandenberg, SLC-4E - 18:34:05 (USA)
2019.12.20 - CBERS-4A (Brazil/China)? FloripaSat-1 (Brazil, Spain) - CZ-4B (Y44) - TSLC, LC9 - 03:22  (China)
2021.01.28 - Amazonia-1 (AZ 1, SSR 1) - PSLV-DL (C51) - Sriharikota - 04:54:00 (India)
2021.03.22 - NANOSATC-BR2 - Soyuz-2-1A/Fregat - Baikonur 31/6 - 06:07:12.770 (Russia)
2022.12.29 - SPORT (ELaNa 49) - released from ISS (NRCSD#24) - 13:55:00


Scheduled:
Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (UTC)

2023
Late 2023 - EQUARS (EQUatorial Atmosphere Research Satellite) - TBD - TBD (or Early 2024)

2024
TBD - Atticora-1 (tactical communications) - TBD - TBD
  2021   August 2023  TBD - suborbital test - VS-50 - Alcântara
  2022   Late 2023  TBD - test - VLM-1 (XVT-00) - Alcântara (or 2024)
  2022   2023  TBD - Carponis-1 (Optical) - TBD - TBD
  2023   TBD - Carponis-2 (Optical) - TBD - TBD
  2021   2023  TBD - CRON-1 (NanoMirax) - TBD - TBD
  NET 2021   2023   TBD - Amazonia-1B (AZ-1B, SSR-1B) - TBD - TBD
  NET  2023   TBD - Amazonia-2 (AZ-2) - TBD - TBD

Foreign launchers:
TBD - SISNAV - Hanbit-Nano (South Korea) - Alcantara

2025
  2022   June - TBD - VLM-1 (V-02) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara
  2023   TBD  - GOLDS-UFSC - TBD - TBD
2022  Late 2024   TBD - Sabia-MAR 1 (SAC E) (Brazil/Argentina) - TBD - TBD

2026
TBD - Calidris-3 - TBD - TBD
TBD -  Lessonia-1 (Radar) - TBD - TBD
TBD - TBD - Aquila 1e - Alcântara
NET 2021  December 2025   TBD - Itasat-2A, Itasat-2B, Itasat-2C - TBD - TBD

2035
TBD - Calidris-4 - TBD - TBD

Unclear:
NET 2024 - Atticora-2 (tactical communications) - TBD - TBD
NET 2024 - Atticora-3 (tactical communications) - TBD - TBD
NET 2024 - Atticora-4 (tactical communications) - TBD - TBD
  2022   NET 2025 - TBD - VLM-1 (V-03) (Brazil/Germany) - Alcântara
  2023   TBD - TBD - VL-X/Aquila 1 - Alcântara
  2022   TBD - Calidris-2 (SGDC 2) - TBD - TBD
TBD - 14-BISat (QB50 BR01) (2U CubeSat) - TBD - TBD
TBD - LATTES-1 - TBD - TBD
TBD - GEOMET-1 - TBD - TBD
TBD - Sabia-MAR 2 (Brazil/Argentina) - TBD - TBD
TBD - CBERS-5 (Brazil/China) - TBD - TSLC (China)
TBD - CBERS-6 (Brazil/China) - TBD - TSLC (China)

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Innospace, a South Korean startup specializing in developing hybrid space rockets, said it has launched the Hanbit-TLV -- an 8.4-ton single-stage thrust hybrid rocket standing at 16.3 meters tall -- from the Alcantara Space Center in Brazil at 2:52 p.m. on Sunday local time.

“We will announce the results of the engine’s flight performance and whether the payload’s mission ends up in a success after a comprehensive analysis of the flight data,” said Innospace in a text to reporters.

The company gave no exact timeline on when the final results will be released. The suborbital launch vehicle was loaded with the Brazilian military’s inertial navigation system -- called SISNAV -- which weighs 20 kilograms.

A video that was uploaded to the YouTube account of a user named John Cutrim on Sunday, showed the blastoff of the Hanbit-TLV from the Brazilian Air Force’s launchpad. The description of the video read, “The Alcantara launch center today launched a vehicle from the South Korean company Innospace. The South Korean Hanbit-TLV rocket was successfully launched.”

The Korean startup had initially aimed for a launch on March 8, but it did not happen due to a problem with a frozen battery just 10 seconds before launch. The company then fixed the issue and waited until good weather on Sunday for the launch.

“Developing a space launch vehicle is a process of constantly overcoming variables. The valuable experience and know-how earned during the test launch will become our core technology and a stepping stone for us to become a professional space company with independent technology and launch management capabilities,” said Kim Soo-jong, CEO of Innospace.

Sunday’s liftoff came about three months after the Korean startup's project had to be put on hold at the same site due to a weather issue, problems with a cooling valve and connection errors between systems.

Innospace’s launch was the first rocket blastoff by Korea’s private sector. According to the company, the Hanbit-TLV was also the world’s first launch of a hybrid rocket.

The launch is a test project to assess the performance of the hybrid rocket engine, which is planned to be used as the first stage engine of the Hanbit-Nano rocket later. Innospace is developing the Hanbit-Nano, which is expected to have a 50-kilogram payload, to enter the market for launching commercial small satellites in 2024.

According to Innospace, its hybrid rocket technology of using solid fuel and liquid oxidizer has major advantages in costing less and needing less time to build an engine while guaranteeing safety, as the technology prevents the rocket engine from exploding in urgent cases.

The company plans to develop two additional launch vehicles capable of having a 150-kilogram and 500-kilogram payload, respectively.

Innospace was established by the current CEO in 2017. Since then, the startup has raised 55.2 billion won ($42 million) in investment funding. The rocket developer plans to go public on Korea’s secondary tech-heavy Kosdaq in 2024 through the technology special listing track.

Source: http://www.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=20230320000629

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Re: Brazilian launch schedule
« Reply #64 on: 12/12/2023 09:17 pm »
The VS-50 test flight has been delayed to 2024 (implying that the VLM-1 test flight has been delayed as well):

https://gizmodo.uol.com.br/foguete-brasileiro-deve-ser-lancado-em-2024-diz-presidente-da-agencia-espacial-brasileira/
« Last Edit: 12/12/2023 09:21 pm by Fmedici »

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