Author Topic: BeiDou-3 M17 & M18 - CZ-3B/YZ-1 - XSLC - November 18, 2018 (18:07 UTC)  (Read 9608 times)

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Re: BeiDou-3 M17&M18 - CZ-3B/YZ-1 - XSLC - Q4 2018
« Reply #2 on: 10/15/2018 08:16 pm »
Now likely in early November?

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Cross-post:
Cross-post re: Beidou-3G1Q launch date:
Launch will be on Nov 1st.

Yes and the flight for BDS-3 M17/M18 should be around mid-November per processing time required (they arrived at the launch site in early October).
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Any hint of this happening soon?

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Any hint of this happening soon?

9ifly.cn just gave a November 19 launch date earlier today.
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What orbital slots are these two satellites to take in the Beidou-3 MEO constellation?

Would that give any indication of launch window time-of-day?  (before the NOTAMs &/or NOTMARs are posted)

Or are we waiting for the launch time to determine the intended orbital slots?
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A4930/18 - A TEMPORARY RESTRICTED AREA ESTABLISHED BOUNDED BY: N241725E1060758-N244606E1054050-N243526E1052724-N240647E1055433 BACK TO START.ALL ACFT ARE FORBIDDEN TO FLY INTO THE TEMPORARY RESTRICTED AREA. VERTICAL LIMITS:GND-UNL. GND - UNL, 18 NOV 17:49 2018 UNTIL 18 NOV 18:26 2018. CREATED: 16 NOV 05:53 2018

A4931/18 - A TEMPORARY RESTRICTED AREA ESTABLISHED BOUNDED BY:
N180540E1115053-N184350E1111900-N181640E1104331-N173836E1111528
BACK TO START.ALL ACFT ARE FORBIDDEN TO FLY INTO THE TEMPORARY
RESTRICTED AREA.
VERTICAL LIMITS:GND-UNL. GND - UNL, 18 NOV 17:52 2018 UNTIL 18 NOV 18:30 2018.
CREATED: 16 NOV 05:54 2018


That's around 2 am LT November 19.
« Last Edit: 11/16/2018 07:08 am by Galactic Penguin SST »
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What orbital slots are these two satellites to take in the Beidou-3 MEO constellation?
Would that give any indication of launch window time-of-day?  (before the NOTAMs &/or NOTMARs are posted)
Or are we waiting for the launch time to determine the intended orbital slots?

Plane C, there are four free slots in it.
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B5096/18 -  DUE TO SPACEFLIGHT ACT OF ATM BUREAU OF CAAC WI: 12 10 19N 116 31 00E 12 53 32N 115 57 34E 12 27 11N 115 22 24E 11 44 02N 115 55 52E THE FLW RNAV RTE SEGMENTS WILL BE CLSD: 1. M765 (BTN PANDI AND NOBEN) ALTN RTE: PANDI W17 LULBU N884 (NORTHEAST BOUND) REKEL DCT LULBU W17 PANDI (SOUTHWEST BOUND) 2. M754 (BTN NOBEN AND LULBU) ALTN RTE: LULBU DCT REKEL A583 (NORTH BOUND) A583 REKEL DCT LULBU M754 (SOUTH BOUND). 18 NOV 17:50 2018 UNTIL 18 NOV 18:50 2018. CREATED: 17 NOV 00:35 2018


B5088/18 -  SPACEFLIGHT ACT WILL TAKE PLACE WI: 12 10 19N 116 31 00E 12 53 32N 115 57 34E 12 27 11N 115 22 24E 11 44 02N 115 55 52E 12 10 19N 116 31 00E. GND - UNL, 18 NOV 18:02 2018 UNTIL 18 NOV 18:34 2018. CREATED: 16 NOV 10:07 2018

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Its about launch time at the Xichang Satellite Launch Center. Waiting for news!

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Rui's very meaty article. Will update if deemed successful (32nd if so). 33rd launch overall for the year.

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Akin's Laws of Spacecraft Design #1:  Engineering is done with numbers.  Analysis without numbers is only an opinion.

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Akin's Laws of Spacecraft Design #1:  Engineering is done with numbers.  Analysis without numbers is only an opinion.

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Launch time was 1807UTC.

 

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