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H-IIA F10 launch
« on: 09/03/2006 09:50 AM »
Quote from here: "The H-IIA Launch Vehicle No. 10 (H-IIA F10) is scheduled to be launched from the Tanegashima Space Center on September 10"...

According to Isana Kashiwai's website, the launch of the third IGS satellite is planned on 03:00 UTC...

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RE: H-IIA F10 launch
« Reply #1 on: 09/03/2006 03:52 PM »
Thanks so much for visiting my website!
To be precise, the exact launch time has not yet fixed.
JAXA is going to launch H2A F10 sometime between 12:00 - 15:00 JST (3:00 - 6:00 UTC) on September 10.
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RE: H-IIA F10 launch
« Reply #2 on: 09/06/2006 09:10 PM »
Here is some background on the IGS spacecraft.  

http://www.space.com/spacenews/archive04/japanarch_083004.html

This must be the single-launch optical recon spacecraft mentioned in the article.

There is not much information out there for this launch!

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RE: H-IIA F10 launch
« Reply #3 on: 09/07/2006 02:07 PM »
Normally, is there a live video feed on-line for Japanese launches. I would love to watch H-IIA or M5 blasting-off the launch pad. As far as I remember this will be the fourth and last launch of H-IIA for the year and if it succeeds it will be a great success for the Japanese.

Btw are there plans for launching M5 this year?
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Re: H-IIA F10 launch
« Reply #4 on: 09/09/2006 05:41 AM »
According to the japanise page, there is no video feed for this launch because of security.
http://www.jaxa.jp/countdown/f10/index_j.html
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RE: H-IIA F10 launch
« Reply #5 on: 09/09/2006 07:53 AM »
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Spirit - 7/9/2006  5:54 PM

As far as I remember this will be the fourth and last launch of H-IIA for the year

It will be the third launch of H-IIA in this year... Previous H-IIA launches were on January 24 and February 18...

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Spirit - 7/9/2006  5:54 PM

Btw are there plans for launching M5 this year?

Yes, see here... It will be the second launch of M-V in this year... Previous M-V launch was on February 21...

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Re: H-IIA F10 launch
« Reply #6 on: 09/09/2006 07:50 PM »
The launch was scrubbed because of bad weather.
Next launch is no earlier than September 11.

http://www.jaxa.jp/press/2006/09/20060910_h2a-f10_j.html
(This is Japanese news release.)
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RE: H-IIA F10 launch
« Reply #7 on: 09/10/2006 01:19 AM »
Thank you for the updates. Please keep us informed, as we wish to cover this launch, regardless of the on-going Shuttle mission.

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RE: H-IIA F10 launch
« Reply #8 on: 09/11/2006 12:37 AM »
Any recent updates?
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RE: H-IIA F10 launch
« Reply #9 on: 09/11/2006 05:44 AM »
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Any recent updates?

Yes, launched successfully!

http://www1.shanghaidaily.com/art/2006/09/11/291620/Japan_launches_3rd_spy_satellite.htm
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RE: H-IIA F10 launch
« Reply #10 on: 09/11/2006 05:58 PM »
http://www.jaxa.jp/press/2006/09/20060911_h2a-f10_j.html

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H-IIA rocket 10 it depends on the machine

Data gathering satellite optics 2 about the launch result of the machine
2006 September 11th

Space aeronautics research and development mechanism

Space aeronautics research and development mechanism, 2006 September 11th 13:35 (the Japanese time), data gathering satellite optics 2 the H-IIA rocket 10 which loads the machine the machine (H-IIA F10) launched from the Tanegashima space center.
10 the machine flew normally, data gathering satellite optics 2 verified that the machine is separated.

Profound gratitude is displayed in the related each direction which cooperates to latest H-IIA F10 launching execution.

Furthermore, the weather at the time of the rocket launch was, the wind of east-northeast, 6m/s and air temperature 27.6 ?.


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RE: H-IIA F10 launch
« Reply #11 on: 09/11/2006 06:01 PM »
Via JAXA

Space aeronautics research and development mechanism (JAXA)2006 September 11th 13:35 in, data gathering satellite optics 2 the H2A rocket 10 which places the machine the machine was launched from the Tanegashima space center. As for the launch of the data gathering satellite, H2A rocket 6 after 2003 November ever since, approximately 3 years which fail with the machine.

The H2A rocket which is launched flew favorably, separating the satellite was verified after approximately 15 minutes, succeeded in the launch. According to JAXA, the latest launch preparation job seems that is very smooth.

Data gathering satellite optics 2 the machine in fact the reconnaissance satellite. The circumference it does the polar orbit of high-level approximately 500km, loads the advanced camera and the telelens, observes the nation and natural disaster etc. around Japan. In the future 3 months spending, efficiency verification is done, aims toward the truth use during this year.

In addition, it launched the latest launch from the viewpoint with respect to security and, there was no day and time or to immediately before was not announced, the launch relay by Internet. At the beginning, it was launch schedule of yesterday, but for the weather defectiveness, it was postponed.

As for data gathering satellite optical 2 machine and 4 radar 2 total. With the latest launch success, 3 machine among those (optics 2, radar 1) is thrown by the track, the remaining 1 machine (the radar) has become launch schedule of the year opening.

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RE: H-IIA F10 launch
« Reply #12 on: 09/11/2006 06:08 PM »
H-IIA F10 launch photo's

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RE: H-IIA F10 launch
« Reply #13 on: 09/11/2006 06:18 PM »
Thanks for posting these photos. So it looks like my guess is correct that the F10 used the Model 202 rocket (HIIA with 2 big strapons
but no small strapons, as opposed to e.g. the 2024 which has 4 small strapons)  and the 4S fairing (vs the larger 5S fairing or one of the
dual-payload fairings).

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Re: H-IIA F10 launch
« Reply #14 on: 09/11/2006 08:44 PM »
So what is next, ETS VIII or IGS Radar 3 ?

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