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Re: Dnepr with Deimos-2 and 20 satellites - June 19, 2014
« Reply #40 on: 06/16/2014 09:12 AM »
NOTAMs corresponding to southward trajectory
1st stage debris
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K0389/14 -  DAYLY 1800/2200 ATS ROUTE SEGMENT CLSD: 1)B363 BAPER-KUNAS FROM 155 KM TO 175 KM. 19 JUN 18:00 2014 UNTIL 20 JUN 22:00 2014. CREATED: 13 JUN 12:18 2014
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A2272/14 -  THE MINISTRY OF DEFENSE OF RUSSIA PLANS TO LAUNCH MISSILE IN THE SPACE FROM 1800 TO 2200 ON 19 JUNE 2014. (ALT. DATE 20 JUNE 2014) AND TO SINK ITS FRAGMENTES IN THE THE INDIAN OCEAN. IMPACT AREA: S4445  E03250 S4500  E03420 S4950  E03240 S4935  E03105 S4445  E03250. SFC - UNL, 19 JUN 18:00 2014 UNTIL 19 JUN 22:00 2014. CREATED: 16 JUN 10:55 2014
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Re: Dnepr with Deimos-2 and 20 satellites - June 19, 2014
« Reply #41 on: 06/18/2014 07:45 AM »
All systems go...

« Last Edit: 06/18/2014 07:51 AM by osiossim »

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Re: Dnepr with Deimos-2 and 20 satellites - June 19, 2014
« Reply #42 on: 06/18/2014 09:05 PM »
Hodoyoshi-3 & 4 (ほどよし3号 & 4号), photo by The University of Tokyo.
http://www.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/epage/release/2014/2014061701.html  (Japanese News)

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Here's a superb overview of this mission and the multitude of payloads - by William Graham.
http://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2014/06/russian-dnepr-rocket-record-launch-37-satellites/

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Any signs of a webcast this time? (Unlikely as always, but see last Dnepr launch)

I'm ready to watch this, the end of the Russian EVA AND England vs Uruguay at the same time.  ;)
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Any signs of a webcast this time? (Unlikely as always, but see last Dnepr launch)

I'm ready to watch this, the end of the Russian EVA AND England vs Uruguay at the same time.  ;)

Looks like primary customer Deimos Space (of Spain  ;)) may have one: http://www.elecnor-deimos.com/?vid
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Oh wow. Keep an eye on that. Will convert it to a live thread if confirmed.

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Any signs of a webcast this time? (Unlikely as always, but see last Dnepr launch)

I'm ready to watch this, the end of the Russian EVA AND England vs Uruguay at the same time.  ;)

Looks like primary customer Deimos Space (of Spain  ;)) may have one: http://www.elecnor-deimos.com/?vid

The webcast started.

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Any signs of a webcast this time? (Unlikely as always, but see last Dnepr launch)

I'm ready to watch this, the end of the Russian EVA AND England vs Uruguay at the same time.  ;)

Looks like primary customer Deimos Space (of Spain  ;)) may have one: http://www.elecnor-deimos.com/?vid

The webcast started.

Not working at this moment I think?
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Any signs of a webcast this time? (Unlikely as always, but see last Dnepr launch)

I'm ready to watch this, the end of the Russian EVA AND England vs Uruguay at the same time.  ;)

Looks like primary customer Deimos Space (of Spain  ;)) may have one: http://www.elecnor-deimos.com/?vid

The webcast started.

Not working at this moment I think?

Certainly counting down however...
No, it's up (woman talking at the moment at a podium)
« Last Edit: 06/19/2014 06:41 PM by robertross »
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 The feed is working fine for me, (on google chrome) but it seems to be a rather unusual video format. At any rate it's currently just some talks on the company's plans and operations.

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Starting launch coverage, after all the political and company talk.
« Last Edit: 06/19/2014 06:49 PM by eeergo »
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Mistaking Roskosmos for Kosmotras - mentioning that it has Ukranian, Russian and Kazakh participation.
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No video feed because of Yasni being a military site - audio and telemetry only.
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The company's HQ, mission control, integration building and tracking station are all in Puertollano (Castilla-la Mancha). From there, Deimos-2 was shipped to Russia, via the Czech Republic.
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No video feed because of Yasni being a military site - audio and telemetry only.

Ah, shame. Please keep an listen for any launch confirmation etc! :)

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Polar tracking stations at Iruviq (Canada) and Kiruna (Sweden)
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Skype moment with the control center team.
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Offline eeergo

Doing GO/NO-GO poll.

All reporting GO (on Spain's side, of course, no mention of the other sats)
« Last Edit: 06/19/2014 07:03 PM by eeergo »
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They will play a video alongside the telemetry displays (which I think are estimated, not live), BUT this is video from Deimos-1's launch.

Reporting from the launch site all other satellites are GO, and they had a weather scare because of winds, but range is now green.
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