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Some nice shots from NASA Johnson’s flickr of Dragon’s approach to station

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More launch photos from NASA Johnson

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https://twitter.com/spaceoffshore/status/1731393517824422141

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SpaceX Dragon recovery ship Shannon has departed Port Canaveral and is heading toward the Gulf of Mexico to support the upcoming CRS-29 end-of-mission and splashdown.

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I didn't see it mentioned before, but the Japanese Clark Sat-1 cubesat (from the Clark Memorial International High School, University of Tokyo and Space BD) has been launched to the ISS onboard this mission:

https://space-bd.com/release/2224/

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NGA Space Debris notice for splashdown.

Quote from: NGA
100307Z DEC 23
NAVAREA IV 1426/23(11).
GULF OF MEXICO.
WESTERN NORTH ATLANTIC.
FLORIDA.
1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS, SPACE DEBRIS:
   A. 151950Z TO 152020Z DEC, ALTERNATE
      161100Z TO 200955Z DEC
      IN AREA WITHIN NINE MILES OF
      28-51.00N 080-13.80W.
   B. 151945Z TO 152015Z DEC, ALTERNATE
      161105Z TO 201000Z DEC
      IN AREA WITHIN NINE MILES OF
      29-48.00N 080-40.01W.
   C. 151940Z TO 152010Z DEC, ALTERNATE
      161110Z TO 201005Z DEC
      IN AREA WITHIN NINE MILES OF
      30-54.85N 080-15.00W.
   D. 151150Z TO 151220Z DEC, ALTERNATE
      152010Z TO 191905Z DEC
      IN AREA WITHIN NINE MILES OF
      29-42.85N 086-10.86W.
   E. 151155Z TO 151225Z DEC, ALTERNATE
      152015Z TO 201025Z DEC
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      29-48.00N 087-30.00W.
   F. 151140Z TO 151210Z DEC, ALTERNATE
      152000Z TO 201015Z DEC
      IN AREA WITHIN NINE MILES OF
      29-16.56N 084-12.00W.
   G. 152005Z TO 152035Z DEC, ALTERNATE
      161110Z TO 191030Z DEC
      IN AREA WITHIN NINE MILES OF
      28-06.00N 083-54.00W.
2. CANCEL THIS MSG 201115Z DEC 23.

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Weather is really disrupting SpaceX’s operations at the moment:

https://twitter.com/space_station/status/1734726636405219379

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.@NASA and @SpaceX postponed Thursday's undocking of a SpaceX Dragon cargo spacecraft due to unfavorable weather conditions at the splashdown zones off the coast of Florida.

https://blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/2023/12/12/dragon-undocking-postponed-to-friday/

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Dragon Undocking Postponed to Friday

NASA and SpaceX are postponing the Thursday, Dec. 14, undocking of a SpaceX Dragon cargo resupply spacecraft from the International Space Station due to unfavorable weather conditions as a result of a cold front passing through the splashdown zones off the coast of Florida.

Joint teams continue to evaluate weather conditions to determine the best opportunity for Dragon to autonomously undock from the space station with the next available opportunity no earlier than 5:05 p.m. EST Friday, Dec. 15.

Weather permitting for the Friday undocking, coverage of Dragon’s departure will would begin at 4:45 p.m. on the NASA+ streaming service via the web or the NASA app. Coverage also will air live on NASA Television, YouTube, and on the agency’s website. Learn how to stream NASA TV through a variety of platforms including social media.

After re-entering Earth’s atmosphere, the spacecraft will splash down off the coast of Florida, which will not be broadcast on NASA TV. Follow updates on return plans on the agency’s space station blog.

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Cancel-and-replace NGA Space Debris notice for splashdown.

Quote from: NGA
130933Z DEC 23
NAVAREA IV 1437/23(11).
WESTERN NORTH ATLANTIC.
GULF OF MEXICO.
FLORIDA.
1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS, SPACE DEBRIS:
   A. 161100Z TO 161130Z DEC, ALTERNATE
      181010Z TO 211755Z DEC
      IN AREA WITHIN NINE MILES OF
      28-51.00N 080-13.80W.
   B. 161105Z TO 161135Z DEC, ALTERNATE
      161925Z TO 211755Z DEC
      IN AREA WITHIN NINE MILES OF
      29-48.00N 080-40.01W.
   C. 161110Z TO 161140Z DEC, ALTERNATE
      161915Z TO 211745Z DEC
      IN AREA WITHIN NINE MILES OF
      30-54.85N 080-15.00W.
   D. 171100Z TO 171130Z DEC, ALTERNATE
      181040Z TO 211815Z DEC
      IN AREA WITHIN NINE MILES OF
      29-42.85N 086-10.86W.
   E. 171105Z TO 171135Z DEC, ALTERNATE
      181900Z TO 211820Z DEC
      IN AREA WITHIN NINE MILES OF
      29-48.00N 087-30.00W.
   F. 181030Z TO 181100Z DEC, ALTERNATE
      181850Z TO 211810Z DEC
      IN AREA WITHIN NINE MILES OF
      29-16.56N 084-12.00W.
   G. 181020Z TO 181050Z DEC, ALTERNATE
      181855Z TO 211815Z DEC
      IN AREA WITHIN NINE MILES OF
      28-06.00N 083-54.00W.
2. CANCEL NAVAREA IV 1426/23.
3. CANCEL THIS MSG 211920Z DEC 23.//

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Any idea yet which splashdown site is prime?
In the Gulf of Mexico?
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Quote from: Gav Cornwell tweet
SpaceX Dragon recovery ship Shannon has departed Port Canaveral and is heading toward the Gulf of Mexico to support the upcoming CRS-29 end-of-mission and splashdown. [Dec 3]
« Last Edit: 12/13/2023 07:44 pm by zubenelgenubi »
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Postponed again:

https://blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/2023/12/13/dragon-departure-postponed-microgravity-research-continues/

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Dragon Departure Postponed, Microgravity Research Continues

The Expedition 70 crew continues packing the SpaceX Dragon cargo spacecraft while also keeping up microgravity research for NASA and its partners to advance humanity on Earth and in space.

NASA and SpaceX are postponing the Friday, Dec. 15, undocking of a SpaceX Dragon cargo resupply spacecraft from the International Space Station due to unfavorable weather conditions as a result of a cold front passing through the splashdown zones off the coast of Florida.

Joint teams continue to evaluate weather conditions to determine the best opportunity for Dragon to autonomously undock from the space station with the next available opportunity no earlier than 5:05 p.m. EST Saturday, Dec. 16.

Weather permitting for the Saturday undocking, coverage of Dragon’s departure will begin at 4:45 p.m. on the NASA+ streaming service via the web or the NASA app. Coverage also will air live on NASA Television, YouTube, and on the agency’s website. Learn how to stream NASA TV through a variety of platforms including social media.

After re-entering Earth’s atmosphere, the spacecraft will splash down off the coast of Florida, which will not be broadcast on NASA TV. Follow updates on return plans on the agency’s space station blog.

Astronauts Jasmin Moghbeli of NASA and Satoshi Furukawa of JAXA (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency) continued securing bags packed with return cargo and discarded items inside Dragon for the undocking and return to Earth’s gravity. Moghbeli also joined NASA astronaut Loral O’Hara and tended to biological samples on the station that will soon be stowed aboard Dragon.

Commander Andreas Mogensen of ESA (European Space Agency) turned his attention to the Northrop Grumman Cygnus spacecraft scheduled to depart later this month. Moghbeli joined Mogensen readying the private cargo craft for its robotic detachment from the Unity module and release back into Earth orbit for descent.

Meanwhile, a wide array of space science to improve life for astronauts in space and people on Earth is ongoing aboard the orbiting lab. The seven space station residents explored how weightlessness affects plant life, robotics, and more.

O’Hara worked in the Kibo laboratory module adding water to the Advanced Plant Habitat to prepare for an upcoming experiment observing how microgravity affects a plant’s immunity system. Furukawa configured a pair of toaster-sized, Astrobee robotic free-flyers and tested their ability to autonomously dock with each other.

Cosmonauts Oleg Kononenko and Nikolai Chub joined each other at the beginning of their shift and took turns pedaling on an exercise cycle. The Roscosmos flight engineers assisted each other attached electrodes to each other and collected blood pressure measurements during the periodic physical fitness evaluation. Flight Engineer Konstantin Borisov also participated in the exercise test at the end of his shift.

Kononenko later joined Borisov in the afternoon checking an incubator and a centrifuge holding egg samples for a space biology study. Chub wrapped up his day working on the Elektron oxygen generator and changing out smoke detectors.

Axiom Space has announced the launch date for its third private astronaut mission to the station for no earlier than Jan. 9, from Florida. Commander Michael Lopez-Alegria will lead Pilot Walter Villadei and Mission Specialists Alper Gezeravci and Marcus Wandt aboard the SpaceX Dragon spacecraft and stay aboard the orbital outpost for a two-week research mission.

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It looks like there is going to be another postponement based on this cancel-and-replace NGA Space Debris notice for splashdown.

Quote from: NGA
141023Z DEC 23
NAVAREA IV 1447/23(11).
GULF OF MEXICO.
WESTERN NORTH ATLANTIC.
FLORIDA.
1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS, SPACE DEBRIS:
   A. 181010Z TO 181040Z DEC, ALTERNATE
      190950Z TO 230845Z DEC
      IN AREA WITHIN NINE MILES OF
      28-51.00N 080-13.80W.
   B. 181015Z TO 181045Z DEC, ALTERNATE
      190955Z TO 231710Z DEC
      IN AREA WITHIN NINE MILES OF
      29-48.00N 080-40.01W.
   C. 181020Z TO 181050Z DEC, ALTERNATE
      191000Z TO 231700Z DEC
      IN AREA WITHIN NINE MILES OF
      30-54.85N 080-15.00W.
   D. 181040Z TO 181110Z DEC, ALTERNATE
      181855Z TO 221755Z DEC
      IN AREA WITHIN NINE MILES OF
      29-42.85N 086-10.86W.
   E. 181900Z TO 181930Z DEC, ALTERNATE
      191020Z TO 221800Z DEC
      IN AREA WITHIN NINE MILES OF
      29-48.00N 087-30.00W.
   F. 181030Z TO 181100Z DEC, ALTERNATE
      181850Z TO 221750Z DEC
      IN AREA WITHIN NINE MILES OF
      29-16.56N 084-12.00W.
   G. 181020Z TO 181050Z DEC, ALTERNATE
      181855Z TO 230855Z DEC
      IN AREA WITHIN NINE MILES OF
      28-06.00N 083-54.00W.
2. CANCEL NAVAREA IV 1437/23.
3. CANCEL THIS MSG 231810Z DEC 23.//

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Indeed, now Sunday for undocking:

https://blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/2023/12/14/dragon-waits-for-departure-as-crew-studies-space-health/

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Dragon Waits for Departure as Crew Studies Space Health

A U.S. cargo spacecraft is poised to undock from the International Space Station and return to Earth as mission managers monitor weather conditions at the return splashdown zones. Meanwhile, the seven Expedition 70 residents turned their attention to a variety of health activities and lab maintenance activities.

NASA and SpaceX are postponing the Saturday, Dec. 16, undocking of a SpaceX Dragon cargo resupply spacecraft from the International Space Station due to unfavorable weather conditions as a cold front passes through the splashdown zones off the coast of Florida.

Joint teams continue to evaluate weather conditions to determine the best opportunity for Dragon to autonomously undock from the space station with the next available opportunity no earlier than 5:05 p.m. EST Sunday, Dec. 17.

Weather permitting for the Sunday undocking, coverage of Dragon’s departure will begin at 4:45 p.m. on the NASA+ streaming service via the web or the NASA app. Coverage also will air live on NASA Television, YouTube, and on the agency’s website. Learn how to stream NASA TV through a variety of platforms including social media.

After re-entering Earth’s atmosphere, the spacecraft will splash down off the coast of Florida, which will not be broadcast on NASA TV. Follow updates on return plans on the agency’s space station blog.

Back on the space station, astronauts Jasmin Moghbeli from NASA and Andreas Mogensen from ESA (European Space Agency) were back on cargo duty Thursday as they transferred frozen research samples from station science freezers into science cargo freezers. Following its undocking, Dragon will return the biological specimens back to Earth for retrieval and analysis to understand the effects of microgravity on a variety of cells and organisms. The duo also partnered together loading trash and discarded items inside Northrop Grumman’s Cygnus space freighter. Cygnus is due to complete its mission later this month when the Canadarm2 robotic arm detaches it from the Unity module and releases it into Earth orbit for descent.

NASA Flight Engineer Loral O’Hara also assisted with the Cygnus cargo transfers while getting a health check and working on lab upkeep tasks through Thursday. Astronaut Satoshi Furukawa from JAXA (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency) took on the role of Crew Medical Officer checking O’Hara’s temperature, pulse, blood pressure, and respiratory rate during the morning. O’Hara then cleaned a hatch seal in Unity before replacing ventilation screens in the Tranquility module.

Furukawa took turns with Moghbeli during their shift conducting a hearing test then participating in Canadarm2 robotics training. The JAXA flight engineer wrapped up his day servicing and inspecting a diverse range of science, computer, and mission hardware.

Cosmonauts Oleg Kononenko and Nikolai Chub joined each other after breakfast scanning their stomachs with an ultrasound device for a Roscosmos study investigating microgravity’s effect on digestion. Kononenko moved on for afternoon inspections in the Zvezda service module while Chub replaced smoke detectors inside the Poisk module. Flight Engineer replaced life support and electronics gear in the Nauka science module then cleaned Roscosmos fan screens

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Indeed, now Sunday for undocking:

https://blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/2023/12/14/dragon-waits-for-departure-as-crew-studies-space-health/

I haven't yet received a new NGA notice, but it's now postponed to NET Monday.

https://blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/2023/12/15/crew-loads-dragon-with-nasa-science-keeps-up-space-research/

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Quote from: NASA
NASA and SpaceX are postponing the Sunday, Dec. 17, undocking of a SpaceX Dragon cargo resupply spacecraft from the International Space Station due to unfavorable weather conditions as a cold front passes through the splashdown zones off the coast of Florida.

Joint teams continue to evaluate weather conditions to determine the best opportunity for Dragon to autonomously undock from the space station with the next available opportunity no earlier than 5:05 p.m. EST Monday, Dec. 18.

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I haven't yet received a new NGA notice, but it's now postponed to NET Monday.

Here's the new cancel-and-replace NGA Space Debris notice for splashdown.

Quote from: NGA
161321Z DEC 23
NAVAREA IV 1458/23(11).
GULF OF MEXICO.
WESTERN NORTH ATLANTIC.
FLORIDA.
1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS, SPACE DEBRIS:
   A. 191815Z TO 191845Z DEC, ALTERNATE
      200925Z DEC TO 091030Z JAN
      IN AREA WITHIN NINE MILES OF
      28-51.00N 080-13.80W.
   B. 191810Z TO 191840Z DEC, ALTERNATE
      201750Z DEC TO 061140Z JAN
      IN AREA WITHIN NINE MILES OF
      29-48.00N 080-40.01W.
   C. 191805Z TO 191835Z DEC, ALTERNATE
      200935Z DEC TO 061135Z JAN
      IN AREA WITHIN NINE MILES OF
      30-54.85N 080-15.00W.
   D. 191015Z TO 191045Z DEC, ALTERNATE
      210930Z DEC TO 051225Z JAN
      IN AREA WITHIN NINE MILES OF
      29-42.85N 086-10.86W.
   E. 201815Z TO 201845Z DEC, ALTERNATE
      210935Z DEC TO 081120Z JAN
      IN AREA WITHIN NINE MILES OF
      29-48.00N 087-30.00W.
   F. 210920Z TO 210950Z DEC, ALTERNATE
      211740Z DEC TO 090225Z JAN
      IN AREA WITHIN NINE MILES OF
      29-16.56N 084-12.00W.
   G. 191835Z TO 191905Z DEC, ALTERNATE
      200935Z DEC TO 060325Z JAN
      IN AREA WITHIN NINE MILES OF
      28-06.00N 083-54.00W.
2. CANCEL NAVAREA IV 1447/23.
3. CANCEL THIS MSG 091130Z JAN 24.

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Heard on the audio feed a little while ago that Monday's undock opportunity is also out due to weather.

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Yep.

https://blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/2023/12/16/spacex-dragon-departure-from-space-station-for-nasa-targets-tuesday/

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SpaceX Dragon Departure from Space Station for NASA Targets Tuesday

NASA and SpaceX now are targeting no earlier than 5:05 p.m. EST Tuesday, Dec. 19, for the undocking of the company’s 29th Dragon commercial resupply services mission from the International Space Station due to unfavorable weather conditions.

Joint teams continue to evaluate weather conditions as a cold front passes through the splashdown zones off the coast of Florida to determine the best autonomous undocking opportunity.

Coverage of Dragon’s departure Tuesday will begin at 4:45 p.m. on the NASA+ streaming service via the web or the NASA app. Coverage also will air live on NASA Television, YouTube, and on the agency’s website. Learn how to stream NASA TV through a variety of platforms including social media.

After re-entering Earth’s atmosphere, the spacecraft will splash down off the coast of Florida, which will not be broadcast on NASA TV. Follow updates on return plans on the agency’s space station blog.

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Here's the new cancel-and-replace NGA Space Debris notice for splashdown.

Quote from: NGA
171226Z DEC 23
NAVAREA IV 1466/23(11).
GULF OF MEXICO.
WESTERN NORTH ATLANTIC.
FLORIDA.
1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS, SPACE DEBRIS:
   A. 200925Z TO 200955Z DEC, ALTERNATE
      211725Z DEC TO 100145Z JAN 24
      IN AREA WITHIN NINE MILES OF
      28-51.00N 080-13.80W.
   B. 201750Z TO 201820Z DEC, ALTERNATE
      211725Z DEC TO 061140Z JAN 24
      IN AREA WITHIN NINE MILES OF
      29-48.00N 080-40.01W.
   C. 220845Z TO 220915Z DEC, ALTERNATE
      230825Z DEC TO 061135Z JAN 24
      IN AREA WITHIN NINE MILES OF
      30-54.85N 080-15.00W.
   D. 210930Z TO 211000Z DEC, ALTERNATE
      211745Z DEC TO 120940Z JAN 24
      IN AREA WITHIN NINE MILES OF
      29-42.85N 086-10.86W.
   E. 201815Z TO 201845Z DEC, ALTERNATE
      210935Z DEC TO 081120Z JAN 24
      IN AREA WITHIN NINE MILES OF
      29-48.00N 087-30.00W.
   F. 210920Z TO 210950Z DEC, ALTERNATE
      211740Z DEC TO 090225Z JAN 24
      IN AREA WITHIN NINE MILES OF
      29-16.56N 084-12.00W.
   G. 210910Z TO 210940Z DEC, ALTERNATE
      211745Z DEC TO 060325Z JAN 24
      IN AREA WITHIN NINE MILES OF
      28-06.00N 083-54.00W.
2. CANCEL NAVAREA IV 1458/23.
3. CANCEL THIS MSG 121240Z JAN 24.

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CAPCOM just informed the crew undock is delayed to 20 Dec with a 2200Z undock.  Sleep shifting is becoming a planning issue.
Best quote heard during an inspection, "I was unaware that I was the only one who was aware."

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Here’s the daily slip blog:

https://blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/2023/12/17/spacex-dragon-departure-from-space-station-for-nasa-targets-wednesday/

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SpaceX Dragon Departure from Space Station for NASA Targets Wednesday

NASA and SpaceX now are targeting no earlier than 5:05 p.m. EST Wednesday, Dec. 20, for the undocking of the company’s 29th Dragon commercial resupply services mission from the International Space Station due to unfavorable weather conditions.

Joint teams continue to evaluate weather conditions as a cold front passes through the splashdown zones off the coast of Florida to determine the best autonomous undocking opportunity.

Coverage of Dragon’s departure Wednesday will begin at 4:45 p.m. on the NASA+ streaming service via the web or the NASA app. Coverage also will air live on NASA Television, YouTube, and on the agency’s website. Learn how to stream NASA TV through a variety of platforms including social media.

After re-entering Earth’s atmosphere, the spacecraft will splash down off the coast of Florida, which will not be broadcast on NASA TV. Follow updates on return plans on the agency’s space station blog.

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Here’s the daily slip blog:

And finally the daily cancel-and-replace NGA Space Debris notice for splashdown ...

Quote from: NGA
190132Z DEC 23
NAVAREA IV 1475/23(11).
GULF OF MEXICO.
WESTERN NORTH ATLANTIC.
FLORIDA.
1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS, SPACE DEBRIS:
   A. 220835Z TO 220905Z DEC, ALTERNATE
      221705Z DEC TO 100145Z JAN 24
      IN AREA WITHIN NINE MILES OF
      28-51.00N 080-13.80W.
   B. 220845Z TO 220915Z DEC, ALTERNATE
      221700Z DEC TO 130855Z JAN 24
      IN AREA WITHIN NINE MILES OF
      29-48.00N 080-40.01W.
   C. 220845Z TO 220915Z DEC, ALTERNATE
      221655Z DEC TO 061135Z JAN 24
      IN AREA WITHIN NINE MILES OF
      30-54.85N 080-15.00W.
   D. 220905Z TO 220935Z DEC, ALTERNATE
      221725Z DEC TO 120940Z JAN 24
      IN AREA WITHIN NINE MILES OF
      29-42.85N 086-10.86W.
   E. 220910Z TO 220940Z DEC, ALTERNATE
      221730Z DEC TO 120945Z JAN 24
      IN AREA WITHIN NINE MILES OF
      29-48.00N 087-30.00W.
   F. 220855Z TO 220925Z DEC, ALTERNATE
      221720Z DEC TO 091045Z JAN 24
      IN AREA WITHIN NINE MILES OF
      29-16.56N 084-12.00W.
   G. 220850Z TO 220920Z DEC, ALTERNATE
      221720Z DEC TO 130045Z JAN 24
      IN AREA WITHIN NINE MILES OF
      28-06.00N 083-54.00W.
2. CANCEL NAVAREA IV 1466/23.
3. CANCEL THIS MSG 130145Z JAN 24.

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Another unannounced Japanese cubesat reached the ISS through this launch: BEAK, from a collaboration between the University of Tokyo, Nihon University and JAXA.

https://kitnet.jp/laboratories/labo0242/index.html

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