Quote from: zubenelgenubi on 11/13/2021 11:35 amAny mention of launch time to the second or microsecond?https://twitter.com/cbs_spacenews/status/1459496222985707521
Any mention of launch time to the second or microsecond?
These missions were to slightly different orbits. L28 flew to 550 x 167km at 53° inclination, and 4-1 to 540 x 215km at 53.2°.
According to what I have been able to find, the insertion orbit for Group 4-1 was around 337 x 211 km, while for L28 it was around 282 x 258 km.
JRTI droneship, Bob and Finn Falgout have departed the Starlink LZ and are en-route to Port Canaveral. I think Finn is towing JRTI.Early arrival estimate Wednesday/Thursday.
Today marks 23 days at sea for Finn Falgout. The crew departed Port Canaveral to support Crew-3, handled some less than desirable sea states and then supported Starlink. They have JRTI in tow with B1058 and hopefully Bob will have fairings onboard when they all arrive tomorrow.