Launch delayed to Q4 2022:Returning airline traffic boosts Viasat and Intelsat financials [dated Aug. 5]QuoteThe company said the first ViaSat-3 satellite, which will cover the Americas, has been delivered to Boeing for final spacecraft integration and testing, ahead of a launch in the first or second quarter of 2022.A second ViaSat-3, for covering Europe, the Middle East and Africa, is due to launch five to six months later, followed by a third spacecraft for Asia.Payload issue delays SpaceX’s next Falcon Heavy launch to early 2022 [dated Oct. 4]QuoteThe next commercial Falcon Heavy launch is also scheduled for the second quarter of 2022, carrying a Viasat 3 broadband communications satellite toward geostationary orbit.5-6 months after Q2 2022 = Q4 2022.
The company said the first ViaSat-3 satellite, which will cover the Americas, has been delivered to Boeing for final spacecraft integration and testing, ahead of a launch in the first or second quarter of 2022.A second ViaSat-3, for covering Europe, the Middle East and Africa, is due to launch five to six months later, followed by a third spacecraft for Asia.
The next commercial Falcon Heavy launch is also scheduled for the second quarter of 2022, carrying a Viasat 3 broadband communications satellite toward geostationary orbit.
According to the CNES website, the launch of the next One Web mission (F13) is scheduled for February 10 at 18:09 UTC.https://cnes-csg.reservationlancement.fr/en/Inscription/Lancements
Mission Caractérisation de la nature de l'énergie sombreDate de lancement Février 2023 (prévisionnel)
Feb. 10 • Soyuz • OneWeb 13Launch time: 1809:37 GMT (1:09:37 p.m. EST)Launch site: ELS, Sinnamary, French Guiana...April 5/6 • Soyuz • Galileo 29 & 30Launch time: 0031:51 GMT on 6th (8:31:51 p.m. EDT on 5th)Launch site: ELS, Sinnamary, French Guiana
Arianespace @ArianespaceDon't know about you but we enjoyed this first successful launch of 2022! Ракета Stay tuned, our next #OneWebLaunch is scheduled for March 4th, from the Baïkonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. We sure can't wait to see our #Soyuz launcher place into orbit 36 more @OneWeb satellites.
Der nächste Flug einer Sojus ist zum folgenden Termin geplant:Nr Version Flug Startdatum Nutzlast(en) Bemerkung28 Sojus STB VS28 6. April 2022 Galileo FOC FM25 · FM26Angaben ohne Gewähr, Änderungen jederzeit möglich. Aktualisiert: 11. Februar 2022
Запланированные запуски№ДатаЗапускКосмодромРакета-носитель105.03.2022 01:41Запуск 36 спутников OneWeb (№ 13) (https://www.roscosmos.ru/34146/)Байконур (https://www.roscosmos.ru/479/)Союз-2 (https://www.roscosmos.ru/468/)
FLEET DEPLOYMENTNominal deployment programmeCompared to the last quarterly update in October 2021, the entry into service of KONNECT VHTS has been delayed from the first half to the second half of calendar 2023. Furthermore, while still expected within the H1 2023 window, the entry into service of the EUTELSAT 10B satellite has been delayed versus our previous expectations. This reflects the impact of both manufacturing delays and their knock-on effects, including pairing difficulties, related to launch rescheduling, in the context of global Covid crisis.All other data remains unchanged.
Hotbird 13F, like its twin Hotbird 13G, is scheduled for launch next year using an Ariane 64 launcher from the Guyana Space Center.
https://aircosmosinternational.com/article/the-first-assembled-eurostar-neo-satellite-3106QuoteHotbird 13F, like its twin Hotbird 13G, is scheduled for launch next year using an Ariane 64 launcher from the Guyana Space Center.
February 18, 2022RegulatoryOvzon reschedules launch of the Ovzon 3 satellite until the second half of 2022Ovzon is today announcing that the Ovzon 3 satellite launch will be delayed and is planned to be launched in the second half of 2022. The rescheduling is due to continued insufficiencies and delivery of key components affecting the completion of Ovzon 3 and of a large number of other satellites in the industry.
Launched:№ – Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (UTC)2024November - SMILE (Solar wind Magnetosphere Ionosphere Link Explorer) - Vega C/Ariane 62 - Kourou
Launch: Scheduled for launch in late 2024 or early 2025 from Europe’s Spaceport in Kourou (launch dimensions compatible with either an Ariane 6 or Vega-C launcher)
2023March - Galaxy 37 - Ariane 64 - Kourou ELA-4
ESA mission plan says 2023:https://www.esa.int/ESA/Our_MissionsWhen you click onto the "mtg series", the mission page still shows 2022. But I suspect that 2023 is more up to date.Many other ESA missions also have slipped: Biomass and JUICE to 2023, SMILE to 2024, Altius and Flex to 2025.
MOSCOW, 26 February. /TASS/. Roskosmos, in response to EU sanctions, suspends cooperation with European partners in organizing launches from the Kourou cosmodrome in French Guiana. This was stated by the Director General of Roscosmos Dmitry Rogozin."In response to EU sanctions against our enterprises, Roscosmos is suspending cooperation with European partners in organizing space launches from the Kourou space center and withdrawing its technical staff, including the consolidated launch crew, from French Guiana," Rogozin wrote on his Telegram channel on Saturday.In turn, the press service of Roscosmos specified that 87 citizens of the Russian Federation are now at the cosmodrome in French Guiana. "We are talking about employees of the NPO named after S. A. Lavochkin, who were preparing the Fregat-MT upper stage for the upcoming launch, as well as employees of the Progress RCC [manufacturer of Soyuz rockets] and the Center for the Operation of Ground-Based Space Infrastructure," - noted in the state corporation.At the moment, they added in Roskosmos, the issue of the departure of Russian employees is being worked out.
LONDON, March 3 (Reuters) - British satellite company OneWeb said on Thursday it was suspending all launches from Russia's Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan after Moscow'sspace agency demanded guarantees that its spacecraft would not beused for military purposes.The British government, which owns a stake in OneWeb, said it supported the decision."In light of Russia's illegal and unprovoked invasion of Ukraine, we are reviewing our participation in all further projects involving Russian collaboration," the government said.