Author Topic: SSLV D2 - EOS-07, Janus-1, AzaadiSAT-2 - SHAR FLP - 10 Feb 2023 (03:48 UTC)  (Read 15779 times)

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Re: SSLV D2 - EOS-07 + 2 sats - FLP - 10 Feb 2023 (03:48 UTC)
« Reply #80 on: 02/10/2023 03:27 am »
URSC Director. Uplifting start for 2023.
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Re: SSLV D2 - EOS-07 + 2 sats - FLP - 10 Feb 2023 (03:48 UTC)
« Reply #81 on: 02/10/2023 03:29 am »
SAC Director. Congratulations to ISRO community.
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Re: SSLV D2 - EOS-07 + 2 sats - FLP - 10 Feb 2023 (03:48 UTC)
« Reply #82 on: 02/10/2023 03:31 am »
IISU Director. Time is money. Looking at cost.
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Re: SSLV D2 - EOS-07 + 2 sats - FLP - 10 Feb 2023 (03:48 UTC)
« Reply #83 on: 02/10/2023 03:34 am »
Preparing GSLV Mk.III for 36 OneWeb satellites in middle of March. Commencing launch campaign immediately after today's launch for PSLV C55 for end of March on commercial mission. Using new facility. Preparing for landing demonstration of RLV in a few days time.

For Gaganyan have abort and recovery mission today, another abort and recovery mission and trying for uncrewed mission before end of year.

GSLV for NAVIC series satellite and another GSLV, prior to NISAR, scheduled for end of this year. More PSLV missions as well.
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Re: SSLV D2 - EOS-07 + 2 sats - FLP - 10 Feb 2023 (03:48 UTC)
« Reply #84 on: 02/10/2023 03:45 am »
End of webcast.

Congratulations to ISRO for the successful launch!
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Re: SSLV D2 - EOS-07 + 2 sats - FLP - 10 Feb 2023 (03:48 UTC)
« Reply #85 on: 02/10/2023 03:58 am »
Do we have a launch time to the second or fraction thereof?
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Re: SSLV D2 - EOS-07 + 2 sats - FLP - 10 Feb 2023 (03:48 UTC)
« Reply #86 on: 02/10/2023 05:36 am »

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Great to see they solved the issues plaguing the first demonstration launch (too harsh a separation system between stages, too strict a voting-out system for the IMU accelerometers, too restrictive a criterion to inhibit the VTM in case of in-flight anomalies) and this second one was a success! Congratulations ISRO for their new fully-operational launch vehicle SSLV.

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Re: SSLV D2 - EOS-07 + 2 sats - FLP - 10 Feb 2023 (03:48 UTC)
« Reply #88 on: 02/10/2023 11:24 am »
LPSC Director. SSLV sixth vehicle developed by ISRO.

SLV-3, ASLV, PSLV, GSLV 1-2, GSLV 3, SSLV ?
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https://twitter.com/tskelso/status/1624102149159555073

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CelesTrak has GP data for 7 objects from the launch (2023-019) of EOS-7 and 2 rideshares atop an SSLV rocket from Satish Dhawan Space Centre on Feb 10 at 0348 UTC: indiatoday.in/science/story/. The latest data is available at: https://celestrak.org/NORAD/elements/table.php?INTDES=2023-019

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Now it's the time to see if SSLV can gain enough market share in small launch segment and the impact on other small launchers
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Confirmation that EOS 07 is MicroSat 2B.

https://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=49726.msg2486925#msg2486925

[zubenelgenubi: I added one attached image file.]
« Last Edit: 05/17/2023 07:22 am by zubenelgenubi »
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