Author Topic: LIVE: SpaceX Falcon 9 : Intelsat 35e : July 5, 2017 : UPDATES  (Read 198817 times)

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Congratz SpaceX!  Great launch campaign.  Thanks Steve, Chris, and Chris for covering this and all the other launches.
Range, please take a break for a few weeks, you deserve the time off. :D

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Intelsat 35e Launch Webcast Video - stabilized & closeup, bummer that this camera is a bit out of focus.

« Last Edit: 07/06/2017 09:46 pm by Jdeshetler »

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2017-041A    42818    FALCON 9 R/B    775.27min    25.84    42861km    293km
2017-041B    42819    INTELSAT 35      772.84min    25.85    42742km    296km

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A couple more photos from SpaceX

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Don't remember acknowledgement of previous launches?

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Congrats on another successful launch and satellite deployment.  Keep up the great work!  Charlie B.

https://twitter.com/cboldenjr/status/883012283160555525

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Congrats to SpaceX and Intelsat for the successful mission! This was the first launch attempt i missed since the first or second F9 launch :)
« Last Edit: 07/06/2017 08:18 pm by cartman »

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Nice one! Congrats to all and thanks to all!
"I think it would be great to be born on Earth and to die on Mars. Just hopefully not at the point of impact." -Elon Musk
"We're a little bit like the dog who caught the bus" - Musk after CRS-8 S1 successfully landed on ASDS OCISLY

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3 long late nights, but small price for watching history being made.
3 successful launches in 12 days...
Great times!
Go SpaceX! Keep doing what you are doing!

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2017-041A    42818    FALCON 9 R/B    775.27min    25.84    42861km    293km
2017-041B    42819    INTELSAT 35      772.84min    25.85    42742km    296km

2017-041A and 2017-041B are now correctly labeled (they were mislabeled in the first update). Object A is Intelsat 35e and Object B is the stage. The sat has begun its orbit raising and is now at 1445 km x 43266 km x 21.87

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Per heavens-above.com:

As of 09 July 2017 23:48:35 (UTC), about 20 hours ago,  perigee: 3371 km, apogee: 42796 km, inclination: 17.2189 degrees.

It's moving along quite nicely!

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Tweet from Boeing Defense:
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#Boeing delivers flexible, digital satellite, Intelsat35e, on orbit to @Intelsat. Next up Intelsat37e launch!

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From Jonathan's Space Report:
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The Intelsat IS-35e communications payload was launched into geotransfer orbit
by a Falcon 9 on Jul 5. By Jul 21 it was in GEO over 33.0W.

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intelsat 35 now 34.5w

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