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L-3 weather forecast.  80% 'Go' for January 27.  70% 'Go' for January 28.  All Additional Risk Criteria are Low for both day.s

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L-2 weather forecast.  70% 'Go' for January 27.  60% 'Go' for January 28.  Upper-Level Wind Shear risk is Moderate for January 28.  All other Additional Risk Criteria are Low for both days.

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https://twitter.com/EmreKelly/status/1486032520609243140
Only one launch has gone "polar", the Transporter 3 flight to 97.5 deg inclination.  The Starlinks went to 53.22 deg, nowhere near the poles.

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Second departure of the day! Bob is outbound for the CSG-2 mission and heading ~596 km downrange towards Cuba to recover the fairing.

The booster will RTLS to LZ-1 at Cape Canaveral.

https://twitter.com/SpaceOffshore/status/1486098259571576840

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L-1 forecast is out, and has deteriorated yet again. Weather now only 60% Go, and booster recovery is now listed as a “moderate” risk.

https://www.patrick.spaceforce.mil/About-Us/Weather/
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https://everydayastronaut.com/csg-2-falcon-9-block-5/
B1052.3 is confirmed

It SHOULD be 1052, but on EDA's website is a guess. Austin, the writer, wrote on twitter earlier that "it seems to be 1052".

All signs are trending towards it, but in lack of HQ pics, (for me) it's not confirmed until SpaceX confirms! 😁
« Last Edit: 01/26/2022 05:24 pm by lenny97 »

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I do know B1052 for CSG-2 is correct, not sure about the booster for this mission tho.
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NextSpaceflight says 1052.3.
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Any word on launch attempt today and if the vehicle is on the pad? Under 7 hours and nothing on the SpaceX site as well.
"The Starship has landed"

https://everydayastronaut.com/csg-2-falcon-9-block-5/
B1052.3 is confirmed

It SHOULD be 1052, but on EDA's website is a guess. Austin, the writer, wrote on twitter earlier that "it seems to be 1052".

All signs are trending towards it, but in lack of HQ pics, (for me) it's not confirmed until SpaceX confirms! 😁
https://spaceflightnow.com/2022/01/26/spacex-ready-to-launch-italian-radar-remote-sensing-satellite/ this must suffice your doubts

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Any word on launch attempt today and if the vehicle is on the pad? Under 7 hours and nothing on the SpaceX site as well.


According to ASI, launch still scheduled for tonight... But only SpaceX has the control.
SpaceX website crew very slow lately  :-X ;D

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Any word on launch attempt today and if the vehicle is on the pad? Under 7 hours and nothing on the SpaceX site as well.

Rocket is on the pad and vertical

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Any word on launch attempt today and if the vehicle is on the pad? Under 7 hours and nothing on the SpaceX site as well.

Rocket is on the pad and vertical
https://twitter.com/124970MeV/status/1486735631137054728
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SpaceX is targeting Thursday, January 27 for launch of the COSMO-SkyMed Second Generation FM2 mission to low Earth orbit from Space Launch Complex 40 (SLC-40) at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida.


The instantaneous launch window is at 6:11 p.m. EST, or 23:11 UTC, and a back up opportunity is available on Friday, January 28 with the same window. The Falcon 9 first stage booster supporting this mission previously supported the launch of Arabsat-6A and STP-2. After stage separation, Falcon 9 will return to Earth and land on Landing Zone 1 (LZ-1) at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station.


One half of the fairings supporting this mission previously supported Transporter-1, Transporter-2, and one Starlink mission, and the other half previously supported SAOCOM 1B, Transporter-2, and one Starlink mission.


A live webcast of this mission will begin about 15 minutes prior to liftoff.
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Mision Patch and B1052 confirmed
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Zoomed in version of the above photo from the Home Screen of the SpaceX site.

B1052.3 looking good!  :)
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Zoomed in version of the above photo from the Home Screen of the SpaceX site.

B1052.3 looking good!  :)
For a moment I thought it had no legs.  :o
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