Author Topic: SpaceX F9 : Starlink Group 4-7 : KSC LC-39A : 3 February 2022 (18:13 UTC)  (Read 63997 times)

Offline GWR64

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It looks like 11 satellites survived.
For 11, SpaceX releases TLEs from launch 2022-010.
NORAD has TLEs for 12 satellites, but one is very deep and probably already burned up.
at Celestrak

Perhaps SpaceX will return to two second-stage burns with a circular orbit.
I don't know if that would be safe if the number of satellites stayed the same.
« Last Edit: 02/13/2022 04:35 pm by GWR64 »

It looks like 11 satellites survived.
For 11, SpaceX releases TLEs from launch 2022-010.
NORAD has TLEs for 12 satellites, but one is very deep and probably already burned up.
at Celestrak

Perhaps SpaceX will return to two second-stage burns with a circular orbit.
I don't know if that would be safe if the number of satellites stayed the same.
returned on group 4-8

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Do we know why 11 of the 49 satellites managed to survive?

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Do we know why 11 of the 49 satellites managed to survive?
Perhaps it was because if they were able to exit safe mode
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