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Re: S-520-RD Mission Series (RD1: S-520-F32, RD2: S-520-F33)
« Reply #20 on: 12/02/2023 06:24 am »
With a big and strong enough man, you can go into orbit!
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Re: S-520-RD Mission Series (RD1: S-520-F32, RD2: S-520-F33)
« Reply #21 on: 12/02/2023 06:25 am »
End of webcast.

Thanks to NVS for their launch coverage!
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Re: S-520-RD Mission Series (RD1: S-520-F32, RD2: S-520-F33)
« Reply #22 on: 12/02/2023 07:02 am »
End of webcast.

Thanks to NVS for their launch coverage!

Steven, Thanks for the coverage.  I missed this, I had work to do.  Wow, it was short and fast.  Nice noctilucent clouds.  Sure that wasn't caused by SpaceX Starlink launches.  ;)
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Re: S-520-RD Mission Series (RD1: S-520-F32, RD2: S-520-F33)
« Reply #23 on: 12/02/2023 07:37 am »
https://twitter.com/kosmograd_info/status/1730855194999861286

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The sounding rocket "S-520-33" was launched from the Uchinoura Space Center at exactly 16:00 on December 2, 2023.
The results of the launch and experiments will be announced at the post-launch experiment report (press conference), which will be held approximately two hours after launch (around 6 p.m.).

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Re: S-520-RD Mission Series (RD1: S-520-F32, RD2: S-520-F33)
« Reply #24 on: 12/02/2023 08:19 am »
Post-launch press conference:

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Re: S-520-RD Mission Series (RD1: S-520-F32, RD2: S-520-F33)
« Reply #25 on: 12/16/2023 07:13 am »


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Dec 16, 2023
Launch Date: 2023.12.2
Launch Time: 16:00
Achieved altitude: 304km (279sec. after launch)
Landing time stamp: 543sec. after launch
Launch window: 16:0000 to 16:3000 +0900 (JST)
Preliminary period: 2023.11.24 - 2023.12.31
Launch purpose: "Demonstration experiment of advanced space engineering technology" Demonstration of advanced space engineering technology for next-generation rockets and probes.
Demonstration of advanced space engineering technology for next-generation rockets and probes.
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Re: S-520-RD Mission Series (RD1: S-520-F32, RD2: S-520-F33)
« Reply #26 on: 12/27/2023 06:49 am »
https://twitter.com/isas_jaxa/status/1739911491565089068

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[Gallery] Atmospheric entry experiment of sounding rocket S-520-33 and deployable flexible aeroshell ~ The road to landing on Mars begins with a sounding rocket ~
➡️https://www.isas.jaxa.jp/gallery/feature/isas/isas_20231227.html

We reported on the demonstration experiment of the "Shiitake (?!) type atmospheric entry vehicle" with photos.
#JAXA #観測ロケット #エアロシェル #惑星探査

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