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Re: SpaceX Mission Paperwork (FCC/FAA/etc. permits/licenses)
« Reply #440 on: 08/08/2022 08:10 pm »
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Mission 1641 from Vandy, NET Late September
No droneship listed

Timing matches SDA flight, which I'm amazed hasn't slipped since it was awarded

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Re: SpaceX Mission Paperwork (FCC/FAA/etc. permits/licenses)
« Reply #441 on: 08/10/2022 03:09 am »
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This STA is intended to cover final pre-launch RF verifications for a commercial spacecraft on Mission 1451. Test will be conducted inside the SpaceX Payload Processing Facility (PPF) at Cape Canaveral SFS using a ground-support antenna. Customer will transmit commands from the ground-support device and receive telemetry from the spacecraft to verify final flight configurations. This STA is not for flight operations.
NET October 25


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This STA is necessary to authorize launch vehicle communications for Mission 1828 Starlink Group 4-34 from Cape Canaveral FL at LC-40 CCAFS or LC-39a at KSC, and the experimental recovery operation following the Falcon 9 launch.
ASDS    North  32  46  21   West  75  38  24
NET September 8
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Re: SpaceX Mission Paperwork (FCC/FAA/etc. permits/licenses)
« Reply #442 on: 08/17/2022 08:47 pm »
1428-EX-ST-2022
Mission 1830 Starlink Group 4-35
ASDS North  32  38  54   West  75  47  55
NET September

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Re: SpaceX Mission Paperwork (FCC/FAA/etc. permits/licenses)
« Reply #443 on: 08/18/2022 10:00 pm »
For Starlink 4-2:

https://twitter.com/fccspace/status/1560384846618402816

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License granted: Space Exploration Technologies Corp. (SpaceX)
Dates: 08/31/2022-02/28/2023
Purpose: Launch vehicle communications for mission launching from Cape Canaveral.
https://apps.fcc.gov/oetcf/els/reports/STA_Print.cfm?mode=current&application_seq=117382
« Last Edit: 08/18/2022 10:02 pm by FutureSpaceTourist »

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Re: SpaceX Mission Paperwork (FCC/FAA/etc. permits/licenses)
« Reply #444 on: 08/20/2022 01:09 am »
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Mission 1588 from LC-40 at CCAFS or LC-39A at KSC, and the experimental recovery operation following the Falcon 9 launch
NET late September
ASDS to the East:  North  28  13  44   West  74  1  5

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Mission 1831 Starlink Group 4-36 from Cape Canaveral FL at LC-40 CCAFS or LC-39a at KSC, and the experimental recovery operation following the Falcon 9 launch
NET late September
ASDS to the NE:  North  32  42  50   West  75  42  51

1452-EX-ST-2022
Mission 1498 from LC-40 at CCAFS or LC-39A at KSC, and the experimental recovery operation following the Falcon 9 launch
NET early October
ASDS to the East:  North  28  24  49   West  73  48  19
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Re: SpaceX Mission Paperwork (FCC/FAA/etc. permits/licenses)
« Reply #445 on: 08/31/2022 09:25 pm »
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Mission 1791 Starlink Group 4-29 from SLC-4E, Vandenberg
NET late September
ASDS North  29  47  54   West  116  40  39



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Re: SpaceX Mission Paperwork (FCC/FAA/etc. permits/licenses)
« Reply #446 on: 09/09/2022 08:52 pm »
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Mission 1832 Starlink Group 4-37 from Cape Canaveral FL at LC-40 CCAFS or LC-39a at KSC
ASDS North  32  41  56   West  75  44  0
NET mid-October

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Re: SpaceX Mission Paperwork (FCC/FAA/etc. permits/licenses)
« Reply #447 on: 09/17/2022 02:32 am »
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This STA is intended to cover pre-launch testing for a commercial payload on Mission 1587. Tests involve stand-alone testing at the SpaceX Payload Processing Facility at CCSFS. This STA is not for flight.
NET Oct. 10

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Re: SpaceX Mission Paperwork (FCC/FAA/etc. permits/licenses)
« Reply #448 on: 09/20/2022 09:26 pm »
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This STA is intended to cover pre-launch testing for a commercial payload on Mission 1587. Tests involve stand-alone testing at the SpaceX Payload Processing Facility at CCSFS. This STA is not for flight.
NET Oct. 10

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SpaceX Mission 1587 from LC-40 at CCAFS or LC-39A at KSC
NET Oct 30
Launching east on Falcon 9, ASDS North  28  0  5   West  72  0  46

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This STA is intended to cover pre-launch testing for a commercial payload on Mission 1587. Tests involve stand-alone testing at the SpaceX Payload Processing Facility at CCSFS. This STA is not for flight.
NET Oct. 10

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SpaceX Mission 1587 from LC-40 at CCAFS or LC-39A at KSC
NET Oct 30
Launching east on Falcon 9, ASDS North  28  0  5   West  72  0  46

That's 800+ km to the ASDS

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Re: SpaceX Mission Paperwork (FCC/FAA/etc. permits/licenses)
« Reply #450 on: 09/21/2022 01:31 pm »
Converting the ASDS coordinates to decimal degrees is 28.001389 -72.012778.

The distance between that point and either LC-39A or SLC-40 is between 842 and 845 kilometers.

That makes me wonder if they want to push the envelope for launching a heavier GTO satellite while maintaining a low post-MECO fuel reserve for the entry and landing burns. Maybe ignite all three engines at once without the center one being lit first.
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Re: SpaceX Mission Paperwork (FCC/FAA/etc. permits/licenses)
« Reply #451 on: 09/21/2022 01:42 pm »
Converting the ASDS coordinates to decimal degrees is 28.001389 -72.012778.

The distance between that point and either LC-39A or SLC-40 is between 842 and 845 kilometers.

That makes me wonder if they want to push the envelope for launching a heavier GTO satellite while maintaining a low post-MECO fuel reserve for the entry and landing burns. Maybe ignite all three engines at once without the center one being lit first.
This is FH launch, I am 99% certain. Farest landing for F9 launch - 678 km.

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Re: SpaceX Mission Paperwork (FCC/FAA/etc. permits/licenses)
« Reply #452 on: 09/21/2022 01:48 pm »
Converting the ASDS coordinates to decimal degrees is 28.001389 -72.012778.

The distance between that point and either LC-39A or SLC-40 is between 842 and 845 kilometers.

That makes me wonder if they want to push the envelope for launching a heavier GTO satellite while maintaining a low post-MECO fuel reserve for the entry and landing burns. Maybe ignite all three engines at once without the center one being lit first.
This is FH launch, I am 99% certain. Farest landing for F9 launch - 678 km.

Then the paperwork should've said "Falcon Heavy" to not mislead anybody like me.
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Re: SpaceX Mission Paperwork (FCC/FAA/etc. permits/licenses)
« Reply #453 on: 09/21/2022 01:51 pm »
Converting the ASDS coordinates to decimal degrees is 28.001389 -72.012778.

The distance between that point and either LC-39A or SLC-40 is between 842 and 845 kilometers.

That makes me wonder if they want to push the envelope for launching a heavier GTO satellite while maintaining a low post-MECO fuel reserve for the entry and landing burns. Maybe ignite all three engines at once without the center one being lit first.
This is FH launch, I am 99% certain. Farest landing for F9 launch - 678 km.

Oh, and per Raul's General SpaceX Map, the farthest F9 ASDS landing was 681 kilometers for both Thaicom 8 and Eutelsat 117 West B/ABS 2A.
Liftoff for St. Jude's! Go Dragon, Go Falcon, Godspeed Inspiration4!

Converting the ASDS coordinates to decimal degrees is 28.001389 -72.012778.

The distance between that point and either LC-39A or SLC-40 is between 842 and 845 kilometers.

That makes me wonder if they want to push the envelope for launching a heavier GTO satellite while maintaining a low post-MECO fuel reserve for the entry and landing burns. Maybe ignite all three engines at once without the center one being lit first.
This is FH launch, I am 99% certain. Farest landing for F9 launch - 678 km.

I don't see how that's possible.  The application sited SLC-40 as an option for Launch Center, as well as LC-39A

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Re: SpaceX Mission Paperwork (FCC/FAA/etc. permits/licenses)
« Reply #455 on: 09/21/2022 02:50 pm »
Hakuto-R Mission 1?  with Eutelsat 10B ?

KPLO did a TLI of BLT-WSB type orbit but this was very light so plenty of fuel (albeit needed second stage fuel as ballast to reduce acceleration). Perhaps such light but high orbit allowed drone ship to be in normal position circa 640km downrange.

With a heavier payload mass to TLI, they may need all the performance they can get and to go beyond GTO to TLI needs later, faster staging?

 


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Re: SpaceX Mission Paperwork (FCC/FAA/etc. permits/licenses)
« Reply #456 on: 09/22/2022 09:46 pm »
1622-EX-ST-2022
CRS-26
SpaceX Mission 1415 from Launch Complex 39A at KSC or Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral AFS
November
ASDS North  30  32  47   West  78  26  55

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Re: SpaceX Mission Paperwork (FCC/FAA/etc. permits/licenses)
« Reply #457 on: 09/23/2022 12:56 am »
the other two permits for CRS-26

1624-EX-ST-2022 Dragon2 capsule telemetry and tracking for the upcoming SpaceX Commercial Resupply Services mission to the International Space Station.
 
1626-EX-ST-2022 Dragon2 capsule command and recovery for the upcoming Commercial Resupply Service mission to the International Space Station.

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Re: SpaceX Mission Paperwork (FCC/FAA/etc. permits/licenses)
« Reply #458 on: 09/23/2022 09:22 pm »
It's about time.  Presumably USSF-44...

1593-EX-ST-2022
Falcon Heavy
Looks like booster RTLS, center core expended
NET October

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Re: SpaceX Mission Paperwork (FCC/FAA/etc. permits/licenses)
« Reply #459 on: 09/26/2022 08:22 pm »
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SpaceX Mission 1826 Starlink Group 4-31 from SLC-4E
NET late October
ASDS North  29  37  18   West  116  37  14

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