Author Topic: Epsilon F5 with RAISE-2 and 8 other satellites - November 9, 2021 (00:55 UTC)  (Read 31607 times)

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The list of satellites:

RAISE 2
ARICA
ASTERISC
DRUMS
HIBARI
KOSEN 1
NanoDragon
TeikyoSat 4
Z-Sat

These payloads are hosted on RAISE 2

3D-ANT
ASC
ATCD
I-FOG
MARIN
SPR
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Mission presentation by JAXA.


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Re: Japanese launch schedule
« Reply #3 on: 09/04/2021 01:49 pm »
Dear All,

I am newcomer. I am from Vietnam National Space Center, the NanoDragon owner.

Our satellite will be launched on Oct. 1, 2021 by Epsilon No. 5. I hope you can help us the hear the TLM signal from this satellite. If you need any more information, please kindly tell me.

NanoDragon downlink UHF frequency: 437.365 Mhz; Baudrate 1.2kbps; Square Root Raise Cosine(SRRC) with rolloff=0.5; modulation: BPSK

NanoDragon will be deployed from the rocket around 1:50 UTC, Oct. 1, 2021 above Canada.
(https://www.jaxa.jp/press/2021/08/files/20210820_epsilon5.pdf)

Thank you so much,
Le Xuan Huy

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Everything is ready for the launch!

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The launch test of Epsilon Rocket No. 5 was conducted prior to the launch on Oct. 1.


The Epsilon Rocket No. 5, which is scheduled to be launched from the Uchinoura Space Center in Kimotsuki City, Kagoshima Prefecture on October 1, appeared on the morning of the 23rd for the launch rehearsal.


The rehearsal was to confirm the operation at the same time as the actual launch, and the 26-meter Epsilon rocket is ready for launch.


Epsilon will carry nine satellites into space and a total of 14 experiments will be conducted on technologies and ideas selected through open contracting with private companies and universities.


The Epsilon No. 5 rocket is scheduled to launch at 00:48 UTC on October 1, but the city of Kimotsuki, Japan, will be the first to launch the Epsilon No. 5 rocket at 00:48 UTC on October 1.


https://www.kts-tv.co.jp/news/7920/
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Friday, September 10, 2021



Upper left: TeikyoSat-4 (Teikyo University)
Upper right: Small demonstration satellite No. 2 RAISE-2 (JAXA)
Lower center: DRUMS (Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd.)
Lower left: HIBARI (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Cube in circled part There is a sat release device, in which the cube sat is stored.


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More details: https://fanfun.jaxa.jp/topics/detail/19165.html
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The satellite on the left side of the multi-satellite mounting structure is HIBARI (Tokyo Institute of Technology), the satellite on the right side is Z-Sat (Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.), and the satellite placed on the floor is TeikyoSat-4 (Teikyo University)
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English translation of the mission timeline. Source is the press kit at the start of the thread.

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Other information about the mission:
-Rocket description.
The Epsilon launch vehicle is a three-stage solid propellant rocket developed by leveraging technologies developed for the M-V and H-IIA rockets. Epsilon 5 will be equipped with a small liquid propulsion system (PBS: Post Boost Stage) on top of the third stage to improve the satellite's orbit insertion accuracy.
In addition to the PBS, Epsilon-5 is equipped with the Epsilon Satellite Mounting Structure (ESMS) and the Epsilon Small Satellite Orbital Deployer (E-SSOD). (E-SSOD: Epsilon Small Satellite Orbital Deployer), and will consist of nine satellites: the second small demonstration satellite, four microsatellites and four CubeSats. The Innovative Satellite Technology Demonstrator-2 (ISAT-2), consisting of nine satellites, four nanosatellites and four CubeSats, will be launched.
- Fall of the rocket stages.
Fall of the First stage and the satellite fairing: Between 7 and 23 minutes later.
Fall of the second stage: Between 12 and 28 minutes later.
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General view of Epsilon F5 rocket
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Epsilon F5 rocket flight plan and stages of payload separation
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Representative images of the payloads (the names of each payload are below the image or can be seen when downloading the image).
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JAXA YouTube channel video release dump:


















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Pre Launch briefing:


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Livestream of the mission
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There is a little more than an hour left before the launch. The live broadcast will start at 00:15 UTC.
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