Author Topic: LIVE: Soyuz ST-B Flight VS08 - O3b-F2 (FM3/6/7/8) - July 10th, 2014  (Read 50886 times)

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First burn complete.

8.5 min coast phase.
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2nd fregat burn
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Really heading uphill now.
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1hr 17 min coast phase next.
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And there we go.....
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2nd burn complete...
long coasting phase
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So coast phase. Time for sandwiches! ;D
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Good coverage and fair commentary by the lady with a nice voice.
Well done ArianeSpace so far.
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[Soyuz] Launch of Soyuz ST-B Rocket with O3b 5-6 Sats (VS-08)

Published on Jul 10, 2014
A Russian Soyuz ST-B rocket launched this evening, July 10th 2014 at 18:55 UTC from Kourou in French Guiana. The rocket carried four O3b satellites, 5, 6, 7 and 8 for O3b Networks. These satellites will join 1-4 which were launched last year in June. O3b provides satellite internet and mobile backhaul services through Ka-band transponders. This was the 8th Soyuz launch from French Guiana.

It's Tony De La Rosa, ...and no, I'm not a Feline Dealer!!

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Good coverage and fair commentary by the lady with a nice voice.
Well done ArianeSpace so far.
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I was impressed by the commentary it was very nicely done.

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it usually is... they (arianespace) have very good launch broadcasts...
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[Soyuz] Launch of Soyuz ST-B Rocket with O3b 5-6 Sats (VS-08)
I like how he said "Podjyom" (Lift-off in Russian) at T+0 :)

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Should be getting the coverage back soon for the final burn.
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coverage continues
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And we're back.
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Final burn underway.
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burning again
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And cut off.
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fregat cut-off
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