The launch date mentioned on the page is 29.11.2018
The page is from April, 5, so not really up-to-date.
The Student Aerothermal Spectrometer Satellite of Illinois and Indiana (SASSI2) will be stowed in aCanisterized Satellite Dispenser (CSD) on the second stage of the Antares launch vehicle. SASSI2 is asecondary payload, part of the Cygnus NG-10E mission. There are three primary components to thepayload of SASSI2: a spectrometer, a suite of three pressure sensors, and a heat flux sensor. The payloadis meant to characterize the atmospheric conditions of re-entry to better inform re-entry simulationsoftware and to validate the CubeSat platform’s ability to complete a mission like this.The satellite will be launched from the second stage of the Antares launch vehicle on November 17, 2018.It will be inserted into an orbit that is approximately 187 km by 295 km, at an inclination of 51.6°.Transmission of data will begin no sooner than 46.5 minutes after deployment. Atmospheric drag willdeorbit SASSI2 approximately 11 days after deployment and the mission will be concluded.
Abu Dhabi students are putting their career plans into orbit after teaming up to launch their very own satellite — a team of about 20 students at Khalifa University of Science and Technology have been working since 2015 to design the MYSAT-1, a smallsat set to soar into space this November.
The smallsat weighs 1.3kg and was developed by students enrolled in the Space Systems and Technology Masters in Engineering degree at the university. It is all set for lift-off in November from the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport (MARS), and will serve educational and research purposes.
I suppose this becomes the first launch to the ISS after the Soyuz failure. I wonder if there's any changes in manifest due to the different crew requirements now.
The packed HTV-7 is due to be removed from the Harmony module with the Canadarm2 and released back into Earth orbit in November.
An American cargo ship is due to replenish the Expedition 57 crew a few days after the HTV-7 leaves. Northrup Grumman’s Cygnus space freighter will take a three-day trip in space before it is captured with the Canadarm2 and berthed to the Unity module.
https://blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/2018/10/23/station-preps-for-japan-us-ship-operations-next-month/QuoteThe packed HTV-7 is due to be removed from the Harmony module with the Canadarm2 and released back into Earth orbit in November.
Quote from: Olaf on 10/24/2018 06:52 amhttps://blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/2018/10/23/station-preps-for-japan-us-ship-operations-next-month/QuoteThe packed HTV-7 is due to be removed from the Harmony module with the Canadarm2 and released back into Earth orbit in November.Interesting, so this supplies a missing piece of information. Thanks!