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Re: LIVE: Vega Flight VV02 - Proba-V, VNREDSat-1A - May 4, 2013
« Reply #40 on: 04/24/2013 07:45 am »
Fully assembled Vega VV02 in mobile gantry

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Re: LIVE: Vega Flight VV02 - Proba-V, VNREDSat-1A - May 4, 2013
« Reply #41 on: 04/24/2013 07:49 am »
Fully assembled Vega VV02 on pad

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Re: LIVE: Vega Flight VV02 - Proba-V, VNREDSat-1A - May 4, 2013
« Reply #42 on: 04/24/2013 07:52 am »
Fully assembled Vega VV02 on pad

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Re: LIVE: Vega Flight VV02 - Proba-V, VNREDSat-1A - May 4, 2013
« Reply #43 on: 04/24/2013 04:16 pm »
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A0099/13 - TEMPORARY DANGEROUS AREA ACTIVATED DUE TO ROCKET LAUNCHING
ARIANE ZA/VV02-602 VEGA
LATERAL LIMITS AS FOLLOWS  QUADRILATERAL:
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R0029/13  - WEST PACIFIC DANGEROUS ZONE IS DECLARED DUE TO SPACE RE-ENTRY ACTIVITY
THE AREA IS BOUNDED BY GEO COORD:
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Re: LIVE: Vega Flight VV02 - Proba-V, VNREDSat-1A - May 4, 2013
« Reply #44 on: 04/25/2013 10:05 am »
24 hrs delay

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Re: LIVE: Vega Flight VV02 - Proba-V, VNREDSat-1A - May 4, 2013
« Reply #45 on: 04/25/2013 10:06 am »
Liftoff is now scheduled for the night of 3/4 May at exactly:   
   
23:06:31 (local time in French Guiana on 3 May)   
02:06:31 (GMT on 4 May)   
04:06:31 (Paris time on 4 May) 

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Re: LIVE: Vega Flight VV02 - Proba-V, VNREDSat-1A - May 4, 2013
« Reply #46 on: 04/25/2013 10:07 am »
Full release:

Press Release   
N°10-2013   
   
Paris, 25 April 2013   
   
Second Vega launch postponed by 24 hours   
   
To carry out additional checks on the mobile gantry system used on the Vega launch complex (SLV) at the CSG, Europe’s Spaceport, ESA and Arianespace have decided to postpone the Vega launch VV02 for 24 hours.   
   
Liftoff is now scheduled for the night of 3/4 May at exactly:   
   
23:06:31 (local time in French Guiana on 3 May)   
02:06:31 (GMT on 4 May)   
04:06:31 (Paris time on 4 May)   
   
About the European Space Agency   
   
The European Space Agency (ESA) is Europe’s gateway to space.   
ESA is an intergovernmental organisation, created in 1975, with the mission to shape the development of Europe’s space capability and ensure that investment in space delivers benefits to the citizens of Europe and the world.   
   
ESA has 20 Member States: Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom, of whom 18 are Member States of the EU.   
   
ESA has Cooperation Agreements with eight other Member States of the EU and is discussing an Agreement with the one remaining (Bulgaria). Canada takes part in some ESA programmes under a Cooperation Agreement.   
   
ESA is also working with the EU on implementing the Galileo and Copernicus programmes.   
By coordinating the financial and intellectual resources of its members, ESA can undertake programmes and activities far beyond the scope of any single European country.   
ESA develops the launchers, spacecraft and ground facilities needed to keep Europe at the forefront of global space activities.   
   
Today, it launches satellites for Earth observation, navigation, telecommunications and astronomy, sends probes to the far reaches of the Solar System and cooperates in the human exploration of space.   

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Re: LIVE: Vega Flight VV02 - Proba-V, VNREDSat-1A - May 4, 2013
« Reply #47 on: 04/27/2013 03:32 pm »
http://www.esa.int/Our_Activities/Launchers/Vega_poised_for_commercial_launches

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The second Vega launch marks the transition to commercial exploitation, showcasing a mature launcher with increased capabilities and flexibility to meet the different demands of the launchers market.
 
On 3 May, Vega flight VV02 will demonstrate extended capabilities made possible in part by the addition of the Vespa payload adapter.
 
The Vespa, or ‘Vega Secondary Payload Adapter’, can carry multiple payloads and, on this mission, it will release three satellites into two different orbits.

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Compared to the first Vega flight, VV02 will change both the inclinations and the orbital altitudes for the satellites. This is a complex procedure and will result in a much longer mission – at 160 minutes it is more than double that of VV01.
 
Proba-V will be the first payload released by Vespa into a Sun-synchronous orbit at 820 km altitude and an inclination of 98.73º. At this point, the Vespa adapter will separate and Vega then, through a series of five burns and coasts, will move into a second orbit at 668 km altitude and an inclination of 98.13º for the two remaining satellites.
 
A final burn will deorbit the upper stage to ensure that it does not remain as a debris threat.
 
In addition to the Vespa adapter, this second Vega launcher also has new flight software.
 
To receive telemetry during the early phase of the flight, a new ground station has been built in the north of French Guiana.
 
In view of the coming commercial operations, this will be the first Vega launch operated by Arianespace on behalf of ESA, although ESA still remains responsible for the mission.

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Re: LIVE: Vega Flight VV02 - Proba-V, VNREDSat-1A - May 4, 2013
« Reply #48 on: 05/01/2013 03:44 pm »
Vega is readied for its May 3 liftoff with a three-satellite international payload

May 1, 2013 – Vega Flight VV02
 
The second Vega mission from French Guiana has entered its final preparation phase as the lightweight launcher is readied for a nighttime liftoff on May 3 with a trio of satellites as its payload.
 
Activity at the Spaceport’s SLV launch site during recent days included completion of fueling for Vega’s AVUM bipropellant upper stage, which will inject the flight’s Proba-V, VNREDSat-1 and ESTCube-1 payloads into their respective orbits.

This mission’s launch on Friday is set for a precise moment: 11:06:31 p.m., local time at the Spaceport, for a flight lasting 2 hours, 48 seconds from liftoff to separation of the final spacecraft in its payload “stack.”
 
The flight profile calls for Proba-V – the upper payload – to be released from its position atop Vega’s VESPA (Vega Secondary Payload Adapter) dispenser system at 55 minutes and 27 seconds after liftoff.  It will be followed by VNREDSat-1 and ESTCube-1, both of which are riding inside the VESPA dispenser.
 
During the mission, the initial powered phase will be performed by the Vega’s three solid propellant stages (designated the P80, Zefiro-23 and Zefiro-9), lasting 6 minutes and 19 seconds.  The AVUM upper stage will be ignited for four separate burns for the payload deployment sequence, followed by a final burn that deorbits the upper stage to ensure that it does not remain as a debris threat. 

Vega will release its satellites into Sun-synchronous orbits.  Proba-V is to be injected at an altitude of 820 km., while VNREDSat-1 and ESTCube-1 are intended for separations at 665 km. orbital altitudes.
 
Proba-V (which is named from the acronym: Project for On-Board Autonomy and Vegetation) is part of the Proba spacecraft series developed by the European Space Agency (ESA) in supporting the development of new space technologies.  Its primary objective is to continue the mission performed by the Vegetation instruments carried on Spot 4 and 5 satellites – which also were launched by Arianespace. 

Built by QinetiQ Space Belgium, the Proba-V platform weighs 140 kg. and will be placed into the same orbit as the Spot remote-sensing satellites.
 
The VNREDSat-1 optical satellite is part of Vietnam’s initiative to create an infrastructure enabling better studies of climate change effects, improving predictions for natural disasters and optimizing the country’s natural resource management.  This 120-kg. spacecraft was built by Astrium on behalf of the Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology (VAST).
 
ESTCube-1 is Estonia’s first satellite, designed and built by a team of students at the country’s National University of Tartu, under supervision of the Estonian Space Office.  The project involved a collaboration of students from the Estonian Aviation Academy, Tallinn University of Technology and the University of Life Sciences –developed in conjunction with the Finnish Meteorological Institute and the German Space Center (DLR). In addition to extending a small conductive tether for testing of electric solar wind sail technologies, the 1.33-kg. cubesat will help establish an Estonian infrastructure for future space projects.
 
Vega is tailored for launching 1,500-kg. class payloads to a reference altitude of 700 km., providing Arianespace with a light-lift vehicle capable of accommodating scientific and governmental satellites, as well as commercial payloads.  It was developed in an ESA program financed by Italy, France, Germany, Spain, Belgium, the Netherlands, Switzerland and Sweden.

The Vega launcher’s design authority and prime contractor is Italy’s ELV company – a joint venture of Avio and the Italian Space Agency.  Arianespace handles launch operations, with Vega completing its launcher family, joining the medium-lift Soyuz and heavyweight Ariane 5 in side-by-side operations at the Spaceport.
 
Vega’s launch on May 3 is designated VV02 in Arianespace’s mission numbering system, and represents the debut of ESA’s VERTA (Vega Research and Technology Accompaniment) program, which will demonstrate the light-lift vehicle’s flexibility and versatility.   The first Vega flight was performed from the Spaceport in February 2012, and served as the vehicle’s qualification mission.

Launch window for Vega Flight VV02

- UTC: At 02:06:31 on May 4, 2013
 
- Paris, France: At 4:06:31 a.m. on May 4, 2013

- Kourou, French Guiana: At 11:06:31 p.m. on May 3, 2013

- Washington D.C., USA: At 10:06:31 p.m. on May 3, 2013

- Hanoï, Vietnam: At 9:06:31 a.m. on May 4, 2013
 
http://www.arianespace.com/news-mission-update/2013/1037.asp

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Re: LIVE: Vega Flight VV02 - Proba-V, VNREDSat-1A - May 4, 2013
« Reply #49 on: 05/01/2013 09:39 pm »
LINK: http://www.esa.int/Our_Activities/Launchers/Vega_poised_for_commercial_launches/(print)

VEGA POISED FOR COMMERCIAL LAUNCHES


26 April 2013
The second Vega launch marks the start of the transition to commercial exploitation, showcasing a mature launcher with increased capabilities and flexibility to meet the different demands of the launchers market.

On 3 May, Vega flight VV02 will demonstrate extended capabilities made possible in part by the addition of the Vespa payload adapter.

The Vespa, or ‘Vega Secondary Payload Adapter’, can carry multiple payloads and, on this mission, it will release three satellites into two different orbits.

The Proba-V prime payload is the first of four ESA missions to use Vega as part of the Vega Research and Technology Accompaniment - VERTA - programme to demonstrate the system’s flexibility. Proba-V carries a reduced version of the Vegetation camera currently flying on the Spot satellites to provide a daily overview of global vegetation growth.

The Vietnam Natural Resources, Environment and Disaster Monitoring Satellite – VNRedsat – was built by Astrium for the Vietnamese government.

ESTCube-1 will test advanced solar sail technologies and help to establish an Estonian infrastructure for future space projects – it also showcases the possibility offered by this launcher to carry cubesats, a nice opportunity for European Member States to make simple space missions.

Compared to the first Vega flight, VV02 will change both the inclinations and the orbital altitudes for the satellites. This is a complex procedure and will result in a much longer mission – at 160 minutes it is more than double that of VV01.

Proba-V will be the first payload released by Vespa into a Sun-synchronous orbit at 820 km altitude and an inclination of 98.73º. At this point, the Vespa adapter will separate and Vega then, through a series of five burns and coasts, will move into a second orbit at 668 km altitude and an inclination of 98.13º for the two remaining satellites.

A final burn will deorbit the upper stage to ensure that it does not remain as a debris threat.

In addition to the Vespa adapter, this second Vega launcher also has new flight software.

To receive telemetry during the early phase of the flight, a new ground station has been built in the north of French Guiana.

In view of the coming commercial operations, this will be the first Vega launch operated by Arianespace on behalf of ESA, although ESA still remains responsible for the mission.

Arianespace has been responsible for the procurement, acceptance and integration of the vehicle, managing the launch service and marketing. As stipulated in the VERTA programme, this launch should ease the way towards full autonomy of Arianespace and industry in exploiting this light-lift launcher.

Related links
Launchers
http://www.esa.int/Our_Activities/Launchers

Vega
http://www.esa.int/Our_Activities/Launchers/Launch_vehicles/Vega

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Re: LIVE: Vega Flight VV02 - Proba-V, VNREDSat-1A - May 4, 2013
« Reply #50 on: 05/01/2013 09:46 pm »
LINK: http://www.esa.int/Our_Activities/Technology/Proba_Missions/Proba-V_ready_atop_Vega_launcher_on_pad/(print)

PROBA-V READY ATOP VEGA LAUNCHER ON PAD
25 April 2013
ESA’s Proba-V and its two companion satellites are sitting on top of their Vega rocket on the launch pad, ready for a flight rescheduled to the night of 3/4 May.

To carry out additional checks on the mobile gantry used at the Vega complex at Europe’s Spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana, ESA and Arianespace have decided to postpone flight VV02 for 24 hours.

Liftoff is now scheduled for the night of 3/4 May at 02:06:31 GMT on 4 May (04:06:31 CEST 4 May; 23:06:31 local time 3 May).

On 15 April Proba-V was fixed to the Vespa secondary payload adapter, above Vietnam’s VNREDSat-1 Earth observation satellite and the ESTCube-1 Estonian student nanosatellite.

Two days later this entire stack was enclosed within Vega’s protective fairing. On 19 April the ‘upper composite’ was transported to the mobile launch tower, where it was hoisted up to the top platform.

The assembly was attached to Vega the following day, sitting above the reignitable upper stage that will steer the trio of satellites to their various orbits.

The mobile launch tower was retracted on Tuesday, leaving the completed rocket in place on the pad ready for a full checkout.

Proba-V will be the first of the three satellites deployed from the upper stage. Occupying less than a cubic metre, it is a miniaturised ESA satellite tasked with a full-scale mission: to map land cover and vegetation across the entire planet every two days.

This new, advanced version of the Vegetation camera is the latest in a series already in service on France’s full-sized Spot-4 and Spot-5 satellites, which have been observing Earth since 1998.

The minisatellite will provide data to the camera’s worldwide user community of scientists and service providers as soon as it is commissioned in orbit.

This second flight marks the start of the Vega Research and Technology Accompaniment programme, or VERTA, to demonstrate the flexibility and versatility of the vehicle. At a planned minimum of two launches per year, the programme will allow the smooth transition of Vega into commercial exploitation.

Related links
Proba-V
http://www.esa.int/Our_Activities/Technology/Proba_Missions

Vega
http://www.esa.int/Our_Activities/Launchers/Launch_vehicles/Vega

Proba-V is seated for flight
http://www.esa.int/Our_Activities/Technology/Proba_Missions/Proba-V_is_seated_for_flight

Arianespace
http://www.arianespace.com/index/index.asp

Proba
http://www.esa.int/Our_Activities/Technology/Proba_Missions

Proba-V launch diary part 1
http://www.esa.int/Our_Activities/Technology/Proba_Missions/Proba-V_launch_diary_part_1

Proba-V launch diary part 2
http://www.esa.int/Our_Activities/Technology/Proba_Missions/Proba-V_launch_diary_part_2

Proba-V launch diary part 3
http://www.esa.int/Our_Activities/Technology/Proba_Missions/Proba-V_launch_diary_part_3

Proba-V launch diary part 4
http://www.esa.int/Our_Activities/Technology/Proba_Missions/Proba-V_launch_diary_part_4

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Re: LIVE: Vega Flight VV02 - Proba-V, VNREDSat-1A - May 4, 2013
« Reply #51 on: 05/02/2013 09:48 am »
After its successful qualification flight on 13 February 2012, Vega is on its launch pad on its way for its second mission. With this mission Vega will show its full potential with 3 different payloads: Proba Vegetation, the Estonian Cubesat and a commercial satellite, VNRD-sat for Vietnam. This 3 payload delivery is made possible thanks to a new multi payload system called VESPA


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Re: LIVE: Vega Flight VV02 - Proba-V, VNREDSat-1A - May 4, 2013
« Reply #52 on: 05/03/2013 12:40 am »
LINK: http://www.arianespace.com/news-mission-update/2013/1038.asp

Mission Update

Ready for liftoff: Vega is authorized for its May 3 flight from the Spaceport

May 2, 2013 – Vega Flight VV02

The second Vega mission from French Guiana has been given its “green light” for liftoff tomorrow night, following completion of the launch readiness review earlier today at the Spaceport.

The VV02 mission’s three satellite passengers are encapsulated in the Vega payload fairing, which is shown in an aerial photo of the Spaceport’s SLV launch site (photo at left) and illustrated by the cutaway drawing at right.

This assessment – held prior to each flight of an Arianespace launcher family member – confirmed that the lightweight vehicle and its multi-passenger payload are flight-ready, along with the Spaceport’s infrastructure and the network of downrange tracking stations.

The mission is designated VV02 in Arianespace’s numbering system, and it will be performed from the Spaceport’s SLV launch site – where the Vega was assembled and now stands in a flight-ready configuration, protected by a mobile gantry that will be withdrawn prior to liftoff.

All is set for a May 3 launch beginning precisely at 11:06:31 p.m., local time at the Spaceport in French Guiana, with the flight lasting 2 hours, 48 seconds from liftoff to separation of the final spacecraft in its payload “stack” – which is composed of the Proba-V, VNREDSat-1 and ESTCube-1 satellites.

Proba-V – produced by prime contractor QinetiQ Space Belgium for the European Space Agency – is to be deployed first in the flight sequence, injected from its position atop Vega’s VESPA (Vega Secondary Payload Adapter) dispenser system.

It will be followed by release of the two spacecraft riding inside the VESPA dispenser: VNREDSat-1, which was manufactured by Astrium on behalf of the Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology (VAST); and the ESTCube-1 cubesat that was built by a collaboration of students from Tartu University, Estonian Aviation Academy, Tallinn University of Technology and University of Life Sciences – and developed in conjunction with the Finnish Meteorological Institute and the German Space Center (DLR).

Tomorrow’s Vega launch is part of multiple missions in the European Space Agency’s VERTA (Vega Research and Technology Accompaniment) program, which is to demonstrate the launch system’s capabilities in orbiting small- to medium-sized satellites.  Vega was developed in a European program led by Italy’s ASI space agency and industrial prime contractor ELV SpA.

With Vega as a member of Arianespace’s launcher family, the company is able to launch payloads of all sizes – operating this lightweight vehicle along with the medium-lift Soyuz and heavyweight Ariane 5 in side-by-side operations from the Spaceport.

Vega VV02 launch kit LINK: http://www.arianespace.com/news-launch-kits/2013-present-archive.asp

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Re: LIVE: Vega Flight VV02 - Proba-V, VNREDSat-1A - May 4, 2013
« Reply #53 on: 05/03/2013 09:40 am »
Moved for live coverage!!!...

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Re: LIVE: Vega Flight VV02 - Proba-V, VNREDSat-1A - May 4, 2013
« Reply #54 on: 05/03/2013 06:28 pm »
http://spaceinvideos.esa.int/esalive just started live transmission of their prewebcast material ahead of the start of launch.

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Launch preview. A debut article from member Mattias Richter! :)

http://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2013/05/vega-second-launch-with-proba-v/
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Re: LIVE: Vega Flight VV02 - Proba-V, VNREDSat-1A - May 4, 2013
« Reply #56 on: 05/03/2013 09:27 pm »
Launch preview. A debut article from member Mattias Richter! :)

http://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2013/05/vega-second-launch-with-proba-v/

Really good article, thanks!
Welcome on board Mattias!

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T-4 hours for #Vega #VV02 launch, gantry retraction starting shortly.
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I'm so happy about EstCube-1, which will test the interesting solar electric sail unreeling. Aalto-1, the Finnish version with longer tethers will follow next year.

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Re: LIVE: Vega Flight VV02 - Proba-V, VNREDSat-1A - May 4, 2013
« Reply #59 on: 05/03/2013 11:44 pm »
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T-4 hours for #Vega #VV02 launch, gantry retraction starting shortly.
4:42 PM - 3 May 13
Arianespace ‏@Arianespace
#Vega Flight #VV02: Mobile gantry roll-back complete for tonight’s mission with a three-satellite payload.

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