I got some information about the flights for this year:VV18 - Officially late March (most likely mid-April)
Cross-post:Quote from: Closer to Space on 01/18/2021 06:19 pmI got some information about the flights for this year:VV18 - Officially late March (most likely mid-April)Also, this thread merged with Pléiades Neo 1 & 2 thread.
Planned launches:Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (UTC)2021 Mid- April 17 - Pleiades Neo 1, EIRSAT 1, ELO, LEMUR-2y (xTBD), Myriota 1, Myriota 2, Myriota 3, NORSAT 3, NanoAvionics sat + multiple sats - Vega (VV18) - Kourou ZLV - 00:50Changes on February 22nd
Vega is back on the launch pad. The Flight Readiness Review has authorized the start of the #VV18 launch campaign: target date 22 April🚀🚀🚀
Pléiades Neo satellites arrive in Kourou for launch
Quote from: gongora on 03/24/2021 12:50 pmPléiades Neo satellites arrive in Kourou for launch
#InsideVegaAll Vega propulsion and control stages are now integrated on the launch pad. Let the countdown begin! 🚀 #StayTuned #VV18 @arianespace @esa @CNES @AirbusSpace
06/04/2021Pléiades Neo satellites are ready for launch at the European Space Center in Kourou.The launch is now scheduled on 27 April on a Vega launcher!
https://spaceflightnow.com/launch-schedule/ [March 31 update]QuoteLate April • Vega • Pléiades Neo 3Launch time: 0150 GMT (9:50 p.m. EDT)Launch site: ZLV, Kourou, French Guiana
Late April • Vega • Pléiades Neo 3Launch time: 0150 GMT (9:50 p.m. EDT)Launch site: ZLV, Kourou, French Guiana
🎁🎁🎁 Upper stage fueled. Fairing closed. We are go for the launch final preps. #VV18