Author Topic: SpaceX F9 : Starlink v1.0 L20 : CCSFS SLC-40 : March 11, 2021 (08:13 UTC)  (Read 44693 times)

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It seems that it was canceled, I do not know why it would be since there is good weather, but I also only saw this once, I still do not see another source say the same...
https://twitter.com/AmericaSpace/status/1369435777541828615

I didn't see a tweet from SpaceX yet, and it's been a half hour since.

Either way, it doesn't make sense why three hours before launch even when there's good weather.
« Last Edit: 03/09/2021 11:29 pm by ZachS09 »
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https://twitter.com/TSKelso/status/1369447306844659715

Quote from: T.S. Kelso
The #Starlink V1.0-20 launch for Mar 10 at 0300 UTC was scrubbed. CelesTrak has updated pre-launch SupTLEs for the new launch time on Mar 11 at 0813 UTC and a deployment time of 09:18:02.320 UTC: https://celestrak.com/NORAD/elements/supplemental/
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https://twitter.com/SpaceX/status/1369450029174390791
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Now targeting Thursday, March 11 at 3:13 a.m. EST for launch of Starlink – taking some additional time for pre-launch checks
« Last Edit: 03/09/2021 11:56 pm by SPKirsch »

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New weather forecast.  The PDF file name has L-1 (and I named the image file to match as usual) but it should be L-2.  80% 'Go' for both days.

And since I'm posting anyway, here is what I calculated for the additional launch times.  I didn't include these when I posted the NGA notices that added the additional launch times because I hadn't done the calculations yet.

Primary Day = Thursday, March 11 at 08:13 UTC.
Backup Day #1 = Friday, March 12 at ~02:15 and ~07:51 UTC.
Backup Day #2 = Saturday, March 13 at ~01:54 and ~07:30 UTC.
Backup Day #3 = Sunday, March 14 at ~01:32 and ~07:08 UTC.
Backup Day #4 = Monday, March 15 at ~01:10 and ~06:47 UTC.

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Less than 24 hours to launch = L-0

90% GO
« Last Edit: 03/10/2021 02:49 pm by Jansen »

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Edit to add: now live
« Last Edit: 03/11/2021 06:34 am by FutureSpaceTourist »

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GO for propellant load

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« Last Edit: 03/11/2021 06:56 am by FutureSpaceTourist »

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SpaceX stream is live

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LD is Go For Launch

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Ontime liftoff

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Stage 1 Cameras back to normal
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Tracking Cam shots are very nice for a night launch

MECO and Stage Separation Confirmed.

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Stage 2 Prop is Nominal
Fairing Sep Confirmed.

Fairings to be recovered out of the drink by Go Searcher and Go Navigator

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Entry Burn Startup....
Entry Burn Shutdown
Looked clean this time

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