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Re: The SpaceX Launch Log
« Reply #180 on: 06/04/2018 05:53 pm »
Thanks for cooperating to keep this valuable service going!!!! Much appreciated by all.
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Re: The SpaceX Launch Log
« Reply #181 on: 06/06/2018 05:20 pm »

Falcon 9 Flight 57 - SES-12 [264]
payload mass: 5400 kilograms [265], orbit: geosynchronous [265]
delivered orbit: 210 x 58276 km x 25,9 [266]
core number: B1040.2 - Expendable - Pad SLC-40
  D) 2018-05-24, Mission delay, unknown cause [267]
  F) 2018-05-25, Successful static fire [268]
  D) 2018-05-31, Mission delay, due to additional pre-launch checks [269]
  D) 2018-06-01, Mission delay, due to additional checks on second stage [270]
  L) 2018-06-04, Successful launch (the one with the untimely death of a cricket) [265]
  BX) 2018-06-04, Booster expended due to it being an old version [265]


[264] https://youtube.com/watch?v=2hcM5hqQ45s
[265] https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2018/06/falcon-9-cape-canaveral-night-launch-ses-12
[266] https://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=45672.msg1827798#msg1827798
[267] https://spaceflightnow.com/2018/05/16/new-target-dates-set-for-next-two-falcon-9-launches
[268] https://twitter.com/SpaceX/status/999829462609883136
[269] https://twitter.com/SpaceX/status/1001177877654667264
[270] https://twitter.com/SpaceX/status/1002188526803447808

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Re: The SpaceX Launch Log
« Reply #182 on: 06/30/2018 03:50 pm »

Falcon 9 Flight 58 - CRS-15 [271]
payload mass: Dragon + 2,700 kilograms to ISS including replacement LEE [272], orbit: LEO [272]
delivered orbit: 227 x 387 km x 51.64 [273]
core number: B1045.2 - Expendable - Pad SLC-40
  F) 2018-06-23, Successful static fire [274]
  L) 2018-06-29, Successful launch (the one with the last block 4) [272]
  BX) 2018-06-29, Booster expended due to it being an old version [272]

[271] https://youtube.com/watch?v=ycMagB1s8XM
[272] https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2018/06/final-block-4-falcon-9-crs-15-dragon-launch
[273] https://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=45853.msg1834218#msg1834218
[274] https://twitter.com/SpaceX/status/1010643931829174272

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Re: The SpaceX Launch Log
« Reply #183 on: 07/25/2018 02:45 pm »
I'm a bit behind on the updates, will try to catch up by this weekend. How about calling Iridium-7 "The one with the space worm" ?

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Re: The SpaceX Launch Log
« Reply #184 on: 07/25/2018 05:05 pm »
"the one with the loose gasket"
"The one with the psychedelic boost back burn"
"The one you couldn't see"
"The one hidden by @marine_layer"
"The one with the Spotify playlist"
"The one which landed with the lights out"

So many distinctive features....
I'm a bit behind on the updates, will try to catch up by this weekend. How about calling Iridium-7 "The one with the space worm" ?

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Re: The SpaceX Launch Log
« Reply #185 on: 07/26/2018 12:04 pm »

Falcon 9 Flight 59 - Telstar 19V [275]
payload mass: 7080 kilograms [276], orbit: geosynchronous [276]
delivered orbit: 253 x 17863 km x 27 [277]
core number: B1047 - Droneship landing - Pad SLC-40
  F) 2018-07-18, Successful static fire [278]
  L) 2018-07-22, Successful launch (the one with the heart attack inducing downlink loss) [276]
  BR) 2018-07-22, Successful landing on OCISLY [276]
 
Falcon 9 Flight 60 - Iridium NEXT-7 [279]
payload mass: 9,600 kilograms (10 x 860kg + 1000kg dispenser) [280] orbit: 780 km x 780 km, 86.4 [234]
delivered orbit: 602 x 623 km x 86,68 [281]
core number: B1048 - Droneship landing - Pad SLC-4E
  D) 2018-07-20, Mission delay due to more time needed for rocket preparations [282]
  F) 2018-07-21, Successful static fire [283]
  L) 2018-07-25, Successful launch (the one to be determined by cartman) [280]
  BR) 2018-07-25, Successful landing on JRTI [280]


[275] https://youtube.com/watch?v=xybp6zLaGx4
[276] https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2018/07/spacex-falcon-9-telstar-19v-launch
[277] https://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=45842.msg1839760#msg1839760
[278] https://twitter.com/SpaceX/status/1019692740710260736
[279] https://youtube.com/watch?v=vsDknmK30C0
[280] https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2018/07/spacex-seventh-iridium-launch-double-recovery
[281] https://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=45846.msg1840920#msg1840920
[282] https://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=45846.msg1836871#msg1836871
[283] https://twitter.com/SpaceX/status/1020520790108672000?s=19

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Re: The SpaceX Launch Log
« Reply #186 on: 07/26/2018 03:01 pm »

Falcon 9 Flight 59 - Telstar 19V [275]
payload mass: 7080 kilograms [276], orbit: geosynchronous [276]
delivered orbit: 253 x 17863 km x 27 [277]
core number: B1047 - Droneship landing - Pad SLC-40
  F) 2018-07-18, Successful static fire [278]
  L) 2018-07-22, Successful launch (the one with the heart attack inducing downlink loss) [276]
  BR) 2018-07-22, Successful landing on OCISLY [276]
 
Falcon 9 Flight 60 - Iridium NEXT-7 [279]
payload mass: 9,600 kilograms (10 x 860kg + 1000kg dispenser) [280] orbit: 780 km x 780 km, 86.4 [234]
delivered orbit: 602 x 623 km x 86,68 [281]
core number: B1048 - Droneship landing - Pad SLC-4E
  D) 2018-07-20, Mission delay due to more time needed for rocket preparations [282]
  F) 2018-07-21, Successful static fire [283]
  L) 2018-07-25, Successful launch (the one to be determined by cartman) [280]
  BR) 2018-07-25, Successful landing on JRTI [280]


[275] https://youtube.com/watch?v=xybp6zLaGx4
[276] https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2018/07/spacex-falcon-9-telstar-19v-launch
[277] https://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=45842.msg1839760#msg1839760
[278] https://twitter.com/SpaceX/status/1019692740710260736
[279] https://youtube.com/watch?v=vsDknmK30C0
[280] https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2018/07/spacex-seventh-iridium-launch-double-recovery
[281] https://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=45846.msg1840920#msg1840920
[282] https://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=45846.msg1836871#msg1836871
[283] https://twitter.com/SpaceX/status/1020520790108672000?s=19

Telestar 19V should be "The one with iridescent vapor rings."

https://cdn.arstechnica.net/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/Telstar19V-Remote-Setup-July-21st-2018-2364-980x653.jpg

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Re: The SpaceX Launch Log
« Reply #187 on: 07/29/2018 04:22 pm »
I would call iridium-7 the one with no rocket in sight

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Re: The SpaceX Launch Log
« Reply #188 on: 09/12/2018 09:02 am »
I've been on vacation for a month, so the Merah Putih launch is a bit delayed.


Falcon 9 Flight 61 - Merah Putih (Telkom 4) [284]
payload mass: 5800 kilograms [285], orbit: geosynchronous [285]
delivered orbit: 193 x 29503 km x 27 [286]
core number: B1046.2 - Droneship landing - Pad SLC-40
  D) 2018-07-29, Mission delay (unknown cause) [287]
  D) 2018-07-31, Mission delay (unknown cause) [288]
  F) 2018-08-02, Successful static fire [289]
  L) 2018-08-07, Successful launch (the one with ....) [285]
  BR) 2018-08-07, Successful landing on OCISLY [285]
 
Falcon 9 Flight 62 - Telstar 18V [290]
payload mass: 7060 kilograms [291], orbit: geosynchronous [291]
delivered orbit: 259 x 18060 km x 27 [292]
core number: B1049 - Droneship landing - Pad SLC-40
  D) 2018-08-28, Mission delay (unknown cause) [293]
  F) 2018-09-05, Successful static fire [294]
  D) 2018-09-08, Mission delay due to additional pre-flight checkouts [295]
  L) 2018-09-09, Successful launch (the one with ....) [291]
  BR) 2018-09-09, Successful landing on OCISLY [291]


[284] https://youtube.com/watch?v=FjfQNBYv2IY
[285] https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2018/08/spacex-falcon-9-merah-putih-block-5-reflight
[286] https://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=46060.msg1844829#msg1844829
[287] https://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=46060.msg1841144#msg1841144
[288] https://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=46060.msg1842507#msg1842507
[289] https://twitter.com/SpaceX/status/1025077035230670848
[290] https://youtube.com/watch?v=Apw3xqwsG1U
[291] https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2018/09/spacex-falcon-telstar-18v-launch
[292] https://twitter.com/planet4589/status/1039160867106025472
[293] https://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=46216.msg1849356#msg1849356
[294] https://twitter.com/SpaceX/status/1037345042434646021
[295] https://twitter.com/SpaceX/status/1037843911870316545

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Re: The SpaceX Launch Log
« Reply #189 on: 09/12/2018 02:46 pm »
The Merah Putih Telkom 4 is of course "the one with the first Block-5 reuse". Telstar 18V might be "the one that launched before Florence" although it wasn't really that close.
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Re: The SpaceX Launch Log
« Reply #190 on: 09/12/2018 04:10 pm »
I've copied EspenU's updates into the list at the beginning of the thread.  The first post reached its size limit so I broke it off after the 50th F9 entry and continued the list in the next post.

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Re: The SpaceX Launch Log
« Reply #191 on: 09/13/2018 07:29 am »
I will be away on business travels most of October and November. Does anyone else have the possibility to help add updates for a couple of months?

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Re: The SpaceX Launch Log
« Reply #192 on: 12/09/2018 02:25 pm »
If anyone wants to put together the entries for the last few flights, I'll copy them into the top post.

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Re: The SpaceX Launch Log
« Reply #193 on: 12/10/2018 12:37 pm »
If anyone wants to put together the entries for the last few flights, I'll copy them into the top post.

I'll do them sometime over the next 2 days.
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Re: The SpaceX Launch Log
« Reply #194 on: 12/25/2018 10:41 pm »
Gathering all this really takes a lot of time.. I hope deruch has not spent too much time on this so far.
Most of the list was done just before Christmas, but while I was away from the computer, Windows decided to reboot for updates, and I had made all notes in an unsaved notepad document...

Notes:
- I don't have the delivered orbit for CRS-16
- Twitter links now auto embed, is there a way to prevent that?


Falcon 9 Flight 63 - SAOCOM 1A [296]
payload mass: 3000 kilograms [297], orbit: SSO 620 km [298]
delivered orbit: 607 x 634 km x 97,9 [299]
core number: B1048.2 - RTLS - Pad SLC-4E
  D) 2018-09-29, Mission delay (unknown cause) [300]
  F) 2018-10-02, Successful static fire [301]
  D) 2018-10-06, Mission delay due to additional pre-flight checkouts [302]
  L) 2018-10-07, Successful launch (the one with the first west coast RTLS) [303]
  BR) 2018-10-07, Successful landing at LZ4 [303]

Falcon 9 Flight 64 - Es'hail 2 [304]
payload mass: 3000 kilograms [305], orbit: geosynchronous [305]
delivered orbit: 200 x 37688 km x 25 [306]
core number: B1047.2 - Droneship landing - Pad 39A
  S) 2018-11-12, Unsuccessful static fire [307]
  F) 2018-11-12, Successful static fire [307]
  L) 2018-11-15, Successful launch (the one with ....) [305]
  BR) 2018-11-15, Successful landing on OCISLY [305]

Falcon 9 Flight 65 - SSO-A [308]
payload mass: 4000 kilograms [309], orbit: SSO 575 km [309]
delivered orbit: 573 x 589 km x 97,8 [310]
core number: B1046.3 - Droneship landing - Pad SLC-4E
  F) 2018-11-16, Successful static fire [311]
  D) 2018-11-19, Mission delay due to additional pre-flight inspections [312]
  D) 2018-11-28, Mission delay due to extreme high altitude winds [313]
  D) 2018-12-02, Mission delay due to additional inspections of second stage [314]
  L) 2018-12-03, Successful launch (the one with ....) [315]
  BR) 2018-12-03, Successful landing on JRTI [315]

Falcon 9 Flight 66 - CRS-16 [316]
payload mass: Dragon + 2,573 kilograms to ISS including GEDI & RRM3 [318], orbit: LEO [317]
delivered orbit: x km x []
core number: B1050 - RTLS - Pad SLC-40
  F) 2018-12-01, Successful static fire [319]
  D) 2018-12-04, Mission delay due to mold contaminated mouse food [320]
  L) 2018-12-05, Successful launch (the one with the spinning booster) [317]
  BL) 2018-12-05, Failed landing after pump failure. Landed in water [317]


Falcon 9 Flight 67 - GPS III SV-01 [321]
payload mass: 4400 kilograms [322], orbit: MEO [322]
delivered orbit: 1193 x 20200 km x 55 [323]
core number: B1054 - Expendable - Pad SLC-40
  F) 2018-12-14, Successful static fire [324]
  C) 2018-12-18, Scrub at T-07 min due to first stage sensor reading out of family [325]
  D) 2018-12-19, Mission delay due to more time needed to evaluate first stage sensors [326]
  W) 2018-12-20, Mission delay due to weather [327]
  W) 2018-12-22, Scrub at T-04 min due to upper level winds [328]
  L) 2018-12-23, Successful launch (the one with the first expended block 5) [329]
  BX) 2018-12-23, Booster expended due to mission performance requirements [329]



[296] https://youtube.com/watch?v=vr_C6LQ7mHc
[297] https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2018/08/saocom-1a-ships-vandenberg-falcon-9-first-west-coast-rtls
[298] https://earth.esa.int/web/guest/missions/3rd-party-missions/potential-missions/saocom
[299] https://twitter.com/planet4589/status/1049167565904388096
[300] https://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=44715.msg1860209#msg1860209
[301] https://twitter.com/SpaceX/status/1047232538106707968
[302] https://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=46471.msg1863146#msg1863146
[303] https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2018/10/spacex-falcon-9-saocom-1a-launch-west-coast-landing
[304] https://youtube.com/watch?v=PhTbzc-BqKs
[305] https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2018/11/spacex-falcon-9-launch-eshail-2-39a
[306] https://twitter.com/planet4589/status/1063275518743781376
[307] https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2018/11/spacex-return-action-lsp-status-upgrade
[308] https://youtube.com/watch?v=Wq8kS6UoOrQ
[309] https://everydayastronaut.com/prelaunch-preview-spacex-spaceflight-sso-a
[310] https://twitter.com/planet4589/status/1069732203922366465
[311] https://twitter.com/SpaceX/status/1063309442786062336
[312] https://twitter.com/SpaceX/status/1063900263570788352
[313] https://twitter.com/SpaceX/status/1067591952122531840
[314] https://twitter.com/SpaceX/status/1069133406586363904
[315] https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2018/12/spacex-falcon-9-sso-multi-sat-launch
[316] https://youtube.com/watch?v=Wq8kS6UoOrQ
[317] https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2018/12/falcon-9-crs-16-dragon-iss
[318] https://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=45881.msg1881717#msg1881717
[319] https://twitter.com/SpaceX/status/1068715609397940224
[320] https://blogs.nasa.gov/spacex/2018/12/03/spacex-crs-16-now-targeted-for-dec-5
[321] https://youtube.com/watch?v=yRiLPoy_Mzc
[322] https://spaceflightnow.com/2018/12/17/air-force-requirements-will-keep-spacex-from-recovering-falcon-9-booster-after-gps-launch
[323] https://twitter.com/planet4589/status/1076937356178014215
[324] https://twitter.com/SpaceX/status/1073448503097970693
[325] https://twitter.com/spacex/status/1075037745633001472
[326] https://twitter.com/SpaceX/status/1075353149219717120
[327] https://twitter.com/SpaceX/status/1075745493324451840
[328] https://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=46962.msg1891101#msg1891101
[329] https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2018/12/spacex-2018-gps-iii-first-national-security-mission
« Last Edit: 12/26/2018 10:56 am by EspenU »

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Re: The SpaceX Launch Log
« Reply #195 on: 12/26/2018 12:18 am »
Gathering all this really takes a lot of time..[..]

Falcon 9 Flight 67 - GPS III SV-01 [321]
payload mass: 3880 kilograms [322], orbit: MEO [322]
delivered orbit: 1193 x 20200 km x 55 [323]
core number: B1054 - Expendable - Pad SLC-40
  F) 2018-12-14, Successful static fire [324]
  C) 2018-12-18, Scrub at T-07 min due to first stage sensor reading out of family [325]
  D) 2018-12-19, Mission delay due to more time needed to evaluate first stage sensors [326]
  W) 2018-12-20, Mission delay due to weather [327]
  W) 2018-12-22, Scrub at T-04 min due to upper level winds [328]
  L) 2018-12-23, Successful launch (the one with the first expended block 5) [328]
  BX) 2018-12-23, Booster expended due to mission performance requirements [328]
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This GPS-III had an increased mass of 4400 kg, according this article, "Air Force requirements will keep SpaceX from landing Falcon 9 booster after GPS launch"

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Re: The SpaceX Launch Log
« Reply #196 on: 12/26/2018 10:58 am »
This GPS-III had an increased mass of 4400 kg, according this article, "Air Force requirements will keep SpaceX from landing Falcon 9 booster after GPS launch"

Good catch. I've modified the post with the correct mass and the source article. Thanks.

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Re: The SpaceX Launch Log
« Reply #197 on: 02/23/2019 06:10 pm »
If someone else can help out with this thread until Cartman has time to take over again that would be great.
I travel a lot for work, so it's not that often that I have time to sit by my PC and add recent launches (which is why there is a long lag between my updates). However, digging through articles and threads to get information and sources takes a lot longer when the launch was months earlier and no longer fresh in my memory.

Also note that I'm not very good at coming up with the "the one that ....." sentences for the launch. Cartman would add those when he copied my updates to the main post, but that does not happen any more. Just in case people were wondering why many of them are empty  ::)


Falcon 9 Flight 68 - Iridium NEXT-8 [330]
payload mass: 9,600 kilograms (10 x 860kg + 1000kg dispenser) [280] orbit: 780 km x 780 km, 86.4 [234]
delivered orbit: 610 x 626 km x 86,7 [331]
core number: B1049.2 - Droneship landing - Pad SLC-4E
  D) 2018-12-30, Mission delay due to SSOA launch slip [332]
  F) 2019-01-06, Successful static fire [333]
  D) 2019-01-07, Mission delay due to SpaceX needing an extra prep day [334]
  D) 2019-01-08, Mission delay due to SpaceX working an issue with the rocket [335]
  L) 2019-01-11, Successful launch (the one with the final Iridium launch) [336]
  BR) 2019-01-11, Successful landing on JRTI [336]


Falcon 9 Flight 69 - Nusantara Satu, Beresheet, & S5 [337]
payload mass: 4760 kilograms (4,100kg Nusantara Satu + 600kg Beresheet + 60kg S5) [338] & [339], orbits: GEO & Lunar [338]
delivered orbit: 250 x 69000 km x 27,6 [340]
core number: B1048.3 - Droneship landing - Pad SLC-40
  F) 2019-02-19, Successful static fire [341]
  L) 2019-02-21, Successful launch (the one ............) [338]
  BR) 2019-02-21, Successful landing on OCISLY [338]


[330]
[331] https://twitter.com/planet4589/status/1084533396620132357
[332] https://twitter.com/IridiumComm/status/1071076274477690880
[333] https://twitter.com/SpaceX/status/1082031965593686018
[334] https://twitter.com/IridiumComm/status/1079799905978384385
[335] https://twitter.com/IridiumBoss/status/1082445401003765760
[336] https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2019/01/iridium-boss-reflects-satellite-constellation-launch
[337]
[338] https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2019/02/spacex-indonesian-launch-israeli-moon-mission
[339] https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/s5.htm
[340] https://twitter.com/planet4589/status/1098812481584148480
[341] https://twitter.com/SpaceX/status/1097662953950564352

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Re: The SpaceX Launch Log
« Reply #198 on: 02/24/2019 07:54 pm »
Starting to be a long list  :D

One could wish the list was sorted so the latest mission was on top. Starting to be difficult to find the current data. I don't know how many that look in this list in interested in the early flights and not the latter flights...
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Re: The SpaceX Launch Log
« Reply #199 on: 02/24/2019 10:15 pm »
Starting to be a long list  :D

One could wish the list was sorted so the latest mission was on top. Starting to be difficult to find the current data. I don't know how many that look in this list in interested in the early flights and not the latter flights...

Ctrl-F is your friend...

...so the sort order is fine.

But one could wish the tweets were summarised rather than inclusions; so much wasted space and tedious scrolling.

Guess we all have our pet peeves :)
Piqued = curiosity aroused; peaked, reach a summit; peeked, took a quick look.
Affect is usually a verb, effect a noun. When you affect something it produces an effect. -Grammarist.

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