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Re: Israeli launch schedule
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Re: Israeli launch schedule
« Reply #61 on: 07/06/2020 10:55 am »
Launched:

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

1988.09.19 - Ofeq-1 - Shavit - Palmachim Airbase
1990.04.03 - Ofeq-2 - Shavit - Palmachim Airbase
1995.04.05 - Ofeq-3 (OPSAT-1000) - Shavit-1 - Palmachim Airbase
1998.01.22 - Ofeq-4 (OPSAT-1000) - Shavit-1 - Palmachim Airbase (Failure)
2002.05.28 - Ofeq-5 (OPSAT-2000) - Shavit-1 - Palmachim Airbase - 15:25
2004.09.06 - Ofeq-6 (OPSAT-2000) - Shavit-1 - Palmachim Airbase (Failure)
2007.06.11 - Ofeq-7 (OPSAT-2000) - Shavit-2 - Palmachim Airbase - 23:40
2010.06.22 - Ofeq-9 (OPSAT-2000) - Shavit-2 - Palmachim Airbase - 19:00
2014.04.09 - Ofeq-10 (TECSAR-2) - Shavit-2 - Palmachim Airbase - 19:06
2016.09.13 - Ofeq-11 (OPSAT-3000) - Shavit-2 - Palmachim Airbase - 14:38
2020.07.06 - Ofeq-16 - Shavit-2 - Palmachim Airbase - 01:00

Foreign launchers:
1995.03.28 - Techsat-1 (Gurwin) - Start - Plesetsk (Failure) - 09:00:00
1996.05.16 - AMOS-1 - Ariane-44L H10-3 - Kourou ELA-2 (French Guiana) - 01:56
1998.07.10 - Techsat-1B (Gurwin) - Zenit-2 - Baikonur 45/1 (Kazakhstan) - 05:45:00
2000.12.05 - EROS-A (OPSAT-1000) - Start-1 - Svobodny 5 (Russia) - 12:32
2003.12.27 - AMOS-2 - Soyuz-FG/Fregat - Baikonur 31/6 (Kazakhstan) - 21:30:00
2006.04.25 - EROS-B (OPSAT-2000) - Start-1 - Svobodny 5 (Russia) - 16:47:16
2008.01.21 - Ofeq-8 (TECSAR-1) - PSLV-C10 (CA) - Shriharikota (India) - 03:45:00
2008.04.27 - AMOS-3 - Zenit-3SLB/DM-SLB - Baikonur 45/1 (Kazakhstan) - 05:00
2013.08.31 - AMOS-4 - Zenit-3SLB/DM-SLB - Baikonur 45/1 (Kazakhstan) - 20:05
2014.06.19 - Duchifat 1 - Dnepr - Dombarovskiy LC-370/13 (Russia) - 19:11:17
2016.09.01 - AMOS-6 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 (USA) (destroyed during static fire preparations)
2017.02.15 - BGUSAT (Ben Gurion University Satellite) and DIDO-2 (Chen Jiayong 1) - PSLV-C37 (XL) - Shriharikota (India) - 03:58
2017.05.18 - Duchifat 2 (Hoopoe, QB50 IL01) - NRCSD#11 - ISS, Kibo - 11:25:00
2017.08.02 - OPTSAT-3000, Venµs (VENUS) - Vega (VV10) - Kourou ZLV (French Guiana) - 01:58:33
2019.02.22 - Beresheet (Genesis, SpaceIL Sparrow) - Falcon 9-069 (B1048.3) - Canaveral SLC-40 (USA) - 01:45
2019.07.05 - NSLSat 1 - Soyuz-2-1B/Fregat - Vostochniy 1S (Russiaя) - 05:41:45.962
2019.12.11 - Duchifat-3, NANOVA (Tyvak 0092) - PSLV-QL (С48) - Shriharikota FLP (India) - 09:55:00

2020.09.03 - SSMS POC flight: DIDO-3 - Vega (VV16) - Kourou ZLV (French Guiana) - 01:51:10

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

2020
Foreign launchers:
2019  TBD - EROS-C - TBD - TBD

2021
Foreign launchers:
2019  2020  NET January 14 - Transporter 1: SAMSON 1, SAMSON 2, SAMSON 3 - Soyuz-2-1A/Fregat  Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A  Vostochniy 1S (Russia) (or PSLV)
2020   TBD - NSLSat 2 - TBD - TBD
2020   TBD - Space Drone 1, Space Drone 2 - Proton-M/Briz-M - Baikonur (Kazakhstan)

2022
Foreign launchers:
TBD - AMOS 8 - TBD - TBD
2021  TBD - SHALOM (Spaceborne Hyperspectral Applicative Land and Ocean Mission) - Vega (TBD) - Kourou ZLV (TBD)

2024
Foreign launchers:
NET 2022  H1 - Beresheet-2 (orbiter + two lander) - TBD - TBD
TBD - Dror 1 - TBD - TBD

Unclear

Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (UTC)
TBD - Ofeq-12 - Shavit-2 (TBD) - Palmachim Airbase

Foreign launchers:
TBD - DIDO-1 - TBD - TBD
TBD - RUNNER™ - Launcherone - Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl"
TBD - KNIGHT™ - Launcherone - Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl"
TBD - SPRINTER™ - Launcherone - Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl"
TBD - EROS-NG™ - TBD - TBD


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Re: Israeli launch schedule
« Reply #63 on: 02/21/2021 06:03 am »
First israeli university nanosat designed and built w/o Israel Aerospace Industries participation launched inside Cygnus spacecraft and then will be launched to space from ISS

Here details:
https://english.m.tau.ac.il/news/tau-sat-1

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Re: Israeli launch schedule
« Reply #64 on: 03/12/2021 12:33 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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3 ADELIS-SAMSON (1, 2, 3) Spacecraft, Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, are designed for demonstration of long-term autonomous cluster flight of multiple satellites and geolocation of the position of a terrestrial transmitter.

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Re: Israeli launch schedule
« Reply #65 on: 03/13/2021 08:03 am »
Launched:
Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (UTC)

1988.09.19 - Ofeq-1 - Shavit - Palmachim Airbase
1990.04.03 - Ofeq-2 - Shavit - Palmachim Airbase
1995.04.05 - Ofeq-3 (OPSAT-1000) - Shavit-1 - Palmachim Airbase
1998.01.22 - Ofeq-4 (OPSAT-1000) - Shavit-1 - Palmachim Airbase (Failure)
2002.05.28 - Ofeq-5 (OPSAT-2000) - Shavit-1 - Palmachim Airbase - 15:25
2004.09.06 - Ofeq-6 (OPSAT-2000) - Shavit-1 - Palmachim Airbase (Failure)
2007.06.11 - Ofeq-7 (OPSAT-2000) - Shavit-2 - Palmachim Airbase - 23:40
2010.06.22 - Ofeq-9 (OPSAT-2000) - Shavit-2 - Palmachim Airbase - 19:00
2014.04.09 - Ofeq-10 (TECSAR-2) - Shavit-2 - Palmachim Airbase - 19:06
2016.09.13 - Ofeq-11 (OPSAT-3000) - Shavit-2 - Palmachim Airbase - 14:38
2020.07.06 - Ofeq-16 - Shavit-2 - Palmachim Airbase - 01:00

Foreign launchers:
1995.03.28 - Techsat-1 (Gurwin) - Start - Plesetsk (Failure) - 09:00:00
1996.05.16 - AMOS-1 - Ariane-44L H10-3 - Kourou ELA-2 (French Guiana) - 01:56
1998.07.10 - Techsat-1B (Gurwin) - Zenit-2 - Baikonur 45/1 (Russia, Kazakhstan) - 05:45:00
2000.12.05 - EROS-A (OPSAT-1000) - Start-1 - Svobodny 5 (Russia) - 12:32
2003.12.27 - AMOS-2 - Soyuz-FG/Fregat - Baikonur 31/6 (Russia, Kazakhstan) - 21:30:00
2006.04.25 - EROS-B (OPSAT-2000) - Start-1 - Svobodny 5 (Russia) - 16:47:16
2008.01.21 - Ofeq-8 (TECSAR-1) - PSLV-C10 (CA) - Shriharikota (India) - 03:45:00
2008.04.27 - AMOS-3 - Zenit-3SLB/DM-SLB - Baikonur 45/1 (Russia, Kazakhstan) - 05:00
2013.08.31 - AMOS-4 - Zenit-3SLB/DM-SLB - Baikonur 45/1 (Russia, Kazakhstan) - 20:05
2014.06.19 - Duchifat 1 - Dnepr - Dombarovskiy LC-370/13 (Russia) - 19:11:17
2016.09.01 - AMOS-6 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 (USA) (destroyed during static fire preparations)
2017.02.15 - BGUSAT (Ben Gurion University Satellite) and DIDO-2 (Chen Jiayong 1) - PSLV-C37 (XL) - Shriharikota (India) - 03:58
2017.05.18 - Duchifat 2 (Hoopoe, QB50 IL01) - NRCSD#11 - ISS, Kibo - 11:25:00
2017.08.02 - OPTSAT-3000, Venµs (VENUS) - Vega (VV10) - Kourou ZLV (French Guiana) - 01:58:33
2019.02.22 - Beresheet (Genesis, SpaceIL Sparrow) - Falcon 9-069 (B1048.3) - Canaveral SLC-40 (USA) - 01:45
2019.07.05 - NSLSat 1 - Soyuz-2-1B/Fregat - Vostochniy 1S (Russia) - 05:41:45.962
2019.12.11 - Duchifat-3, NANOVA (Tyvak 0092) - PSLV-QL (С48) - Shriharikota FLP (India) - 09:55:00
2020.09.03 - SSMS POC flight: DIDO-3 - Vega (VV16) - Kourou ZLV (French Guiana) - 01:51:10

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

2021
Foreign launchers:
NET January 14 - Transporter 1: SAMSON 1, SAMSON 2, SAMSON 3 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
March 14 - TAUSAT-1 - J-SSOD#14 - ISS, Kibo - 12:35-13:30
March 20 - ADELIS-SAMSON 1, ADELIS-SAMSON 2, ADELIS-SAMSON 3 - Soyuz-2-1A/Fregat - Baikonur 31/6 (Russia, Kazakhstan) - 06:07
TBD - NSLSat 2 - TBD - TBD
TBD - Space Drone 1, Space Drone 2 - Proton-M/Briz-M - Baikonur (Russia, Kazakhstan)

2022
Foreign launchers:
TBD - AMOS 8 - TBD - TBD
TBD - SHALOM (Spaceborne Hyperspectral Applicative Land and Ocean Mission) - Vega (TBD) - Kourou ZLV  (French Guiana)

2024
Foreign launchers:
H1 - Beresheet-2 (orbiter + two lander) - TBD - TBD
TBD - Dror 1 - TBD - TBD

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

Foreign launchers:
TBD - DIDO-1 - TBD - TBD
TBD - RUNNER™ - Launcherone - Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl" (USA)
TBD - KNIGHT™ - Launcherone - Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl" (USA)
TBD - SPRINTER™ - Launcherone - Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl" (USA)
TBD - EROS-NG™ - TBD - TBD

Statistics:
Launches - 11
Satellites - 11


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Re: Israeli launch schedule
« Reply #66 on: 12/30/2022 02:04 pm »
Launched:
Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (UTC)

1988.09.19 - Ofeq-1 - Shavit - Palmachim Airbase
1990.04.03 - Ofeq-2 - Shavit - Palmachim Airbase
1995.04.05 - Ofeq-3 (OPSAT-1000) - Shavit-1 - Palmachim Airbase
1998.01.22 - Ofeq-4 (OPSAT-1000) - Shavit-1 - Palmachim Airbase (Failure)
2002.05.28 - Ofeq-5 (OPSAT-2000) - Shavit-1 - Palmachim Airbase - 15:25
2004.09.06 - Ofeq-6 (OPSAT-2000) - Shavit-1 - Palmachim Airbase (Failure)
2007.06.11 - Ofeq-7 (OPSAT-2000) - Shavit-2 - Palmachim Airbase - 23:40
2010.06.22 - Ofeq-9 (OPSAT-2000) - Shavit-2 - Palmachim Airbase - 19:00
2014.04.09 - Ofeq-10 (TECSAR-2) - Shavit-2 - Palmachim Airbase - 19:06
2016.09.13 - Ofeq-11 (OPSAT-3000) - Shavit-2 - Palmachim Airbase - 14:38
2020.07.06 - Ofeq-16 - Shavit-2 - Palmachim Airbase - 01:00
2023.03.28 - Ofeq-13 - Shavit-2 - Palmachim Airbase - 23:10

Foreign launchers:
1995.03.28 - Techsat-1 (Gurwin) - Start - Plesetsk  (Russia) - 09:00:00 (Failure)
1996.05.16 - AMOS-1 - Ariane-44L H10-3 - Kourou ELA-2 (French Guiana) - 01:56
1998.07.10 - Techsat-1B (Gurwin) - Zenit-2 - Baikonur 45/1 (Kazakhstan) - 05:45:00
2000.12.05 - EROS-A (OPSAT-1000) - Start-1 - Svobodny 5 (Russia) - 12:32
2003.12.27 - AMOS-2 - Soyuz-FG/Fregat - Baikonur 31/6 ((Russia, Kazakhstan)) - 21:30:00
2006.04.25 - EROS-B (OPSAT-2000) - Start-1 - Svobodny 5 (Russia) - 16:47:16
2008.01.21 - Ofeq-8 (TECSAR-1) - PSLV-CA (C10) - Shriharikota (India) - 03:45:00
2008.04.27 - AMOS-3 - Zenit-3SLB/DM-SLB - Baikonur 45/1 ((Russia, Kazakhstan)) - 05:00
2013.08.31 - AMOS-4 - Zenit-3SLB/DM-SLB - Baikonur 45/1 ((Russia, Kazakhstan)) - 20:05
2014.06.19 - Duchifat 1 - Dnepr - Dombarovskiy LC-370/13 (Russia) - 19:11:17
2016.09.01 - AMOS-6 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 (USA) (destroyed during static fire preparations)
2017.02.15 - BGUSAT (Ben Gurion University Satellite) and DIDO-2 (Chen Jiayong 1) - PSLV-C37 (XL) - Shriharikota (India) - 03:58
2017.05.18 - Duchifat 2 (Hoopoe, QB50 IL01) - NRCSD#11 - ISS, Kibo - 11:25:00
2017.08.02 - OPTSAT-3000, Venµs (VENUS) - Vega (VV10) - Kourou ZLV (French Guiana) - 01:58:33
2019.02.22 - Beresheet (Genesis, SpaceIL Sparrow) - Falcon 9-069 (B1048.3) - Canaveral SLC-40 (USA) - 01:45
2019.07.05 - NSLSat 1 - Soyuz-2-1B/Fregat - Vostochniy 1S (Russia) - 05:41:45.962
2019.12.11 - Duchifat-3, NANOVA (Tyvak 0092) - PSLV-QL (С48) - Shriharikota FLP (India) - 09:55:00
2020.09.03 - SSMS POC flight: DIDO-3 - Vega (VV16) - Kourou ZLV (French Guiana) - 01:51:10
2021.03.14 - TAU-Sat-1 - J-SSOD#16 - ISS, Kibo - 14:30
2021.03.22 - ADELIS-SAMSON 1, ADELIS-SAMSON 2, ADELIS-SAMSON 3 - Soyuz-2-1A/Fregat - Baikonur 31/6 (Russia) - 06:07:12.770
2022.12.30 - EROS C-3 #1 - Falcon 9-194 (B1061.11 LZ-4) - Vandenberg SLC-4E (USA) - 07:38

2023.01.03 - Transporter-6: NSLSat 2, Tausat-2 - Falcon 9-195 (B1060.15 LZ-1) - Canaveral SLC-40 - 14:56:00.158
2023.07.30 - DS-SAR (Israel, Singapour) - PSLV-CA C56 - Shriharikota FLP (India) - 01:01:00

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

2025
Foreign launchers:
  2022   TBD - SHALOM (Spaceborne Hyperspectral Applicative Land and Ocean Mission) - Vega C - Kourou ZLV (French Guiana)
H1 2024  TBD    2026   - Beresheet-2 (orbiter + two lander) - TBD - TBD

2026
Foreign launchers:
Q1 - Ultrasat - TBD - Canaveral
TBD - EROS C-3 #2 - TBD - TBD

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

Foreign launchers:
  2022   TBD - AMOS 8 - TBD - TBD
  2024   TBD - Dror 1 - TBD - TBD
TBD - DIDO-1 - TBD - TBD
TBD - RUNNER™ - Launcherone - Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl" (USA)
TBD - KNIGHT™ - Launcherone - Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl" (USA)
TBD - SPRINTER™ - Launcherone - Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl" (USA)
TBD - EROS-NG™ - TBD - TBD

Statistics:
Launches - 12
Satellites - 12

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Re: Israeli launch schedule
« Reply #67 on: 01/12/2023 08:10 pm »
https://www.israel21c.org/israels-next-lunar-landings-planned-for-2025/
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Israeli space development organization SpaceIL plans a double landing on the Moon in 2025, aiming to continue in orbit for five years as a platform for science education activities.

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Re: Israeli launch schedule
« Reply #69 on: 01/23/2023 07:38 pm »
https://spacenews.com/nasa-to-cooperate-on-israeli-astrophysics-mission/
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WASHINGTON — The United States and Israel are finalizing an agreement that would see NASA contribute to an upcoming Israeli astrophysics mission.

The focus of the agreement, which could be signed as soon as later this month, involves a mission called Ultrasat under development by Israel’s Weizmann Institute of Science with support from the Israel Space Agency and German research center DESY.

As part of the agreement, NASA would provide the launch of Ultrasat, which will operate in geostationary orbit. NASA will likely arrange to fly Ultrasat as a secondary payload on a commercial GEO launch, said James Rhoads, NASA project scientist for Ultrasat, during a session of the 241st Meeting of the American Astronomical Society Jan. 11.
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Ultrasat has a three-year prime mission, but Waxman said it will carry enough propellant to operate for six. He said development of the spacecraft is on schedule for a launch in the first quarter of 2026.

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Re: Israeli launch schedule
« Reply #70 on: 03/29/2023 07:17 am »
https://www.timesofisrael.com/israel-launches-new-ofek-13-spy-satellite-into-orbit/
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Israel launches new Ofek-13 spy satellite into orbit
Reconnaissance asset developed with Israel Aerospace Industries will provide military with better quality images than its predecessors
By Emanuel Fabian   Today, 4:38 am

Israel successfully launched the “Ofek-13” spy satellite into space early Wednesday morning, the Defense Ministry said.
The satellite, the latest in a line of Israeli observation assets in space, will provide the military with better-quality images than its predecessors.
“The ‘Ofek-13’ satellite is a [synthetic-aperture radar] observation satellite with advanced capabilities,” the Defense Ministry said in a statement after the launch.
Defense Minister Yoav Gallant hailed the launch of the Ofek-13 “yet another important example of the Israeli defense establishment’s groundbreaking innovation.”
“Israel has already proved its diverse space capabilities many times and is one of very few countries to possess such capabilities, capabilities that we continue to develop and strengthen,” Gallant added.
A second statement from the ministry a few hours after the launch said the satellite “successfully entered orbit, has begun transmitting data, and completed an initial series of inspections in accordance with original launch plans.”
The ministry said engineers would “continue pre-planned inspections before it begins full operational activity in the near future.”
A Shavit launch vehicle shot the satellite into space from the Palmachim Airbase and spaceport at 2:10 a.m. on Wednesday morning.
Residents of the area around the launch reported hearing the satellite blast off into space.
The satellite’s development and production were led by the Defense Ministry’s Space and Satellite Administration, with development involving various IDF bodies, including the visual intelligence Unit 9900 and the air force.
Israel Aerospace Industries was the main contractor involved in the project. Israel’s state-owned Rafael and Tomer defense firms produced the launch engines.
Israel launched its first satellite, Ofek-1, into space in 1988. It was not until seven years later, in 1995, that Israel launched a reconnaissance satellite into space capable of photographing the Earth.
The Ofek-16 was launched into space in July 2020, and won Israel’s top security prize last year.
The satellites are operated by the IDF’s Military Intelligence Directorate. The Ofek-13 would be handed over to Unit 9900 once deemed fully operational.
“Initial indications from the satellite are very good. Within the coming weeks, we will complete technical tests and receive the first pictures before delivering the satellite for operational use by the IDF,” said Avi Berger, the head of the ministry’s space unit.
Israel is one of a small number of countries in the world that operate reconnaissance satellites, giving it advanced intelligence-gathering capabilities. As of 2020, that cadre included Iran, which successfully launched a spy satellite into orbit after years of failed attempts.

Times of Israel staff contributed to this report.

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Re: Israeli launch schedule
« Reply #71 on: 03/29/2023 07:26 am »
The update has wrong year, should be 2023.

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Re: Israeli launch schedule
« Reply #72 on: 07/31/2023 01:33 pm »
https://www.jpost.com/israel-news/defense-news/article-753035
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IAI successfully launches satellite enabling all-weather, night coverage
The satellite is already performing its own initial checks to make sure it is functioning properly and simultaneously sending initial images.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Published: JULY 30, 2023 12:11

Updated: JULY 30, 2023 18:31

Israel Aerospace Industries launched the DS-SAR satellite at 4 a.m. on Sunday, which successfully entered orbit and now enables 24-7 all-weather coverage.
Launched using a PSLV C56 launcher from India, the satellite carries a Synthetic Aperture Radar payload and is based on IAI’s success with the Ofek and TECSAR satellites.
There are customers in Singapore, DSTA, ST Engineering, and others who will receive data from the satellite.
India’s Space Research Organization said that ST Engineering will use it for multi-modal and higher responsiveness imagery, and geospatial services, for their commercial customers.
Furthermore, India said that the satellite weighed 360 kg. and entered into a Near-equatorial Orbit (NEO) at 5 degrees inclination and an altitude of 535 km.
PSLV is a four-stage rocket, with its first and third stages working on solid propulsion and its second and fourths working on liquid hypergolic fuel.
Several other satellites were also carried into space by the PSLV vehicle.
The IAI satellite is already performing its own initial checks to make sure it is functioning properly, and simultaneously sending images.
In March, a new Israeli spy satellite, Ofek 13, was successfully launched into space.
While Ofek 13 is tailored for military use, the DS-SAR satellite is customized for commercial use, including by foreign customers.
The vast majority of the technology remained the same, though there are likely various changes to prevent classified Israeli capabilities from being compromised.
That launch was carried out using a Shavit 2 satellite launcher from an open space in the center of the country.
Ofek 13 is an advanced observation satellite, the Defense Ministry explained, adding that once it enters the orbit, “it will undergo a series of tests to ensure its propriety and performance levels.
“The launch was successful, according to the plan. The first indications from the satellite are also excellent. In the coming weeks, we will complete the technical tests and receive the first images,” the ministry added.
The development and production of the Ofek 13 satellite was led by the Defense Ministry through the IDF Space Directorate. Several other IDF units have been involved in the process, including Intelligence Division Unit 9900 and the Israel Air Force.
Head of the Defense Ministry Space Directorate Avi Berger explained in March that “Ofek 13 is a radar-based observation satellite with the most advanced capabilities of its kind in the world, all of which are the result of Israeli development.
“The launch was successful, according to the plan. The first indications from the satellite are also excellent,” he continued, providing updates from the launch itself.
“In the coming weeks, we will complete the technical tests and receive the first images, in preparation for the transfer of the satellite for operational use in the IDF.”

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Re: Israeli launch schedule
« Reply #73 on: 12/31/2023 08:35 am »
Launched:
Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (UTC)

1988.09.19 - Ofeq-1 - Shavit - Palmachim Airbase
1990.04.03 - Ofeq-2 - Shavit - Palmachim Airbase
1995.04.05 - Ofeq-3 (OPSAT-1000) - Shavit-1 - Palmachim Airbase
1998.01.22 - Ofeq-4 (OPSAT-1000) - Shavit-1 - Palmachim Airbase (Failure)
2002.05.28 - Ofeq-5 (OPSAT-2000) - Shavit-1 - Palmachim Airbase - 15:25
2004.09.06 - Ofeq-6 (OPSAT-2000) - Shavit-1 - Palmachim Airbase (Failure)
2007.06.11 - Ofeq-7 (OPSAT-2000) - Shavit-2 - Palmachim Airbase - 23:40
2010.06.22 - Ofeq-9 (OPSAT-2000) - Shavit-2 - Palmachim Airbase - 19:00
2014.04.09 - Ofeq-10 (TECSAR-2) - Shavit-2 - Palmachim Airbase - 19:06
2016.09.13 - Ofeq-11 (OPSAT-3000) - Shavit-2 - Palmachim Airbase - 14:38
2020.07.06 - Ofeq-16 - Shavit-2 - Palmachim Airbase - 01:00
2023.03.28 - Ofeq-13 - Shavit-2 - Palmachim Airbase - 23:10

Foreign launchers:
1995.03.28 - Techsat-1 (Gurwin) - Start - Plesetsk  (Russia) - 09:00:00 (Failure)
1996.05.16 - AMOS-1 - Ariane-44L H10-3 - Kourou ELA-2 (French Guiana) - 01:56
1998.07.10 - Techsat-1B (Gurwin) - Zenit-2 - Baikonur 45/1 (Kazakhstan) - 05:45:00
2000.12.05 - EROS-A (OPSAT-1000) - Start-1 - Svobodny 5 (Russia) - 12:32
2003.12.27 - AMOS-2 - Soyuz-FG/Fregat - Baikonur 31/6 ((Russia, Kazakhstan)) - 21:30:00
2006.04.25 - EROS-B (OPSAT-2000) - Start-1 - Svobodny 5 (Russia) - 16:47:16
2008.01.21 - Ofeq-8 (TECSAR-1) - PSLV-CA (C10) - Shriharikota (India) - 03:45:00
2008.04.27 - AMOS-3 - Zenit-3SLB/DM-SLB - Baikonur 45/1 ((Russia, Kazakhstan)) - 05:00
2013.08.31 - AMOS-4 - Zenit-3SLB/DM-SLB - Baikonur 45/1 ((Russia, Kazakhstan)) - 20:05
2014.06.19 - Duchifat 1 - Dnepr - Dombarovskiy LC-370/13 (Russia) - 19:11:17
2016.09.01 - AMOS-6 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 (USA) (destroyed during static fire preparations)
2017.02.15 - BGUSAT (Ben Gurion University Satellite) and DIDO-2 (Chen Jiayong 1) - PSLV-C37 (XL) - Shriharikota (India) - 03:58
2017.05.18 - Duchifat 2 (Hoopoe, QB50 IL01) - NRCSD#11 - ISS, Kibo - 11:25:00
2017.08.02 - OPTSAT-3000, Venµs (VENUS) - Vega (VV10) - Kourou ZLV (French Guiana) - 01:58:33
2019.02.22 - Beresheet (Genesis, SpaceIL Sparrow) - Falcon 9-069 (B1048.3) - Canaveral SLC-40 (USA) - 01:45
2019.07.05 - NSLSat 1 - Soyuz-2-1B/Fregat - Vostochniy 1S (Russia) - 05:41:45.962
2019.12.11 - Duchifat-3, NANOVA (Tyvak 0092) - PSLV-QL (С48) - Shriharikota FLP (India) - 09:55:00
2020.09.03 - SSMS POC flight: DIDO-3 - Vega (VV16) - Kourou ZLV (French Guiana) - 01:51:10
2021.03.14 - TAU-Sat-1 - J-SSOD#16 - ISS, Kibo - 14:30
2021.03.22 - ADELIS-SAMSON 1, ADELIS-SAMSON 2, ADELIS-SAMSON 3 - Soyuz-2-1A/Fregat - Baikonur 31/6 (Russia) - 06:07:12.770
2022.12.30 - EROS C-3 #1 - Falcon 9-194 (B1061.11 LZ-4) - Vandenberg SLC-4E (USA) - 07:38
2023.01.03 - Transporter-6: NSLSat 2, Tausat-2 - Falcon 9-195 (B1060.15 LZ-1) - Canaveral SLC-40 - 14:56:00.158
2023.07.30 - DS-SAR (Israel, Singapour) - PSLV-CA C56 - Shriharikota FLP (India) - 01:01:00

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

2025
Foreign launchers:
TBD - SHALOM (Spaceborne Hyperspectral Applicative Land and Ocean Mission) - Vega C - Kourou ZLV (French Guiana)
TBD    2026   - Beresheet-2 (orbiter + two lander) - TBD - TBD

2026
Foreign launchers:
Q1 - Ultrasat - TBD - Canaveral
TBD - EROS C-3 #2 - TBD - TBD

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

Foreign launchers:
TBD - AMOS 8 - TBD - TBD
TBD - Dror 1 - TBD - TBD
TBD - RUNNER™ - Launcherone - Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl" (USA)
TBD - KNIGHT™ - Launcherone - Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl" (USA)
TBD - SPRINTER™ - Launcherone - Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl" (USA)
TBD - EROS-NG™ - TBD - TBD

Statistics:
Launches - 12
Satellites - 12

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Re: Israeli launch schedule
« Reply #74 on: 12/31/2023 10:07 am »

TBD - RUNNER™ - Launcherone - Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl" (USA)
TBD - KNIGHT™ - Launcherone - Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl" (USA)
TBD - SPRINTER™ - Launcherone - Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl" (USA)

For these three the launch vehicle should also be TBD, as LauncherOne is definitely out of business and won't return.

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Re: Israeli launch schedule
« Reply #75 on: 01/01/2024 06:41 pm »

TBD - RUNNER™ - Launcherone - Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl" (USA)
TBD - KNIGHT™ - Launcherone - Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl" (USA)
TBD - SPRINTER™ - Launcherone - Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl" (USA)

For these three the launch vehicle should also be TBD, as LauncherOne is definitely out of business and won't return.

Runner was launched on Transporter 8 : https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/runner-1.htm ;)

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Re: Israeli launch schedule
« Reply #76 on: 01/01/2024 09:10 pm »

TBD - RUNNER™ - Launcherone - Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl" (USA)
TBD - KNIGHT™ - Launcherone - Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl" (USA)
TBD - SPRINTER™ - Launcherone - Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl" (USA)

For these three the launch vehicle should also be TBD, as LauncherOne is definitely out of business and won't return.

Runner was launched on Transporter 8 : https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/runner-1.htm ;)


ISI intends to launch multiple Runner satellites for different customers.
« Last Edit: 01/01/2024 09:11 pm by Skyrocket »

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