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Re: SpaceX Manifest Updates and Discussion Thread 5
« Reply #640 on: 12/09/2019 10:13 pm »
Accreditation open for Starlink-3:

HAWTHORNE, Calif. – December 9, 2019. Media accreditation is now open for a SpaceX Starlink mission from Space Launch Complex 40 (SLC-40) at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. The launch is targeted for no earlier than January.

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Re: SpaceX Manifest Updates and Discussion Thread 5
« Reply #641 on: 12/12/2019 02:55 pm »
Kepler Communications Selects SpaceX to Launch Two Batches of its Nanosatellite Constellation

DECEMBER 12TH

Kepler announced today that it has selected SpaceX as launch partner to deliver a portion of its first Low-Earth Orbit (LEO) satellite constellation into space onboard SpaceX’s reusable Falcon 9 launch vehicle.

Kepler has procured 400 kg of launch capacity from SpaceX for the deployment of multiple satellites. These spacecraft incorporate both a high-capacity Ku-band communications system and a narrowband payload, for both high-speed data transfers and for low-power direct-to-satellite IoT connectivity.       

This will be the first time the two companies are partnering for a LEO deployment, and it will be a historical event as it marks Kepler’s first use of SpaceX’s new SmallSat Rideshare Program, which will see the launch of multiple small spacecraft into sun-synchronous orbit (SSO).

“Kepler looks forward to working with SpaceX to fulfill part of our 2020 launch plans. With this agreement, we are deploying our next-generation constellation on schedule, which will let us serve the growing demand,” said Mina Mitry, CEO of Kepler Communications. “We chose SpaceX as a launch partner and support their SmallSat Rideshare Program which is certainly a one-of-its-kind, exceeding expectations in terms of pricing and accommodation.”

”SpaceX is honored Kepler chose our Falcon 9 rideshare program to launch a portion of its innovative nanosatellite constellation, which will help close global gaps in internet connectivity,” said Gwynne Shotwell, SpaceX’s President and Chief Operating Officer. “SpaceX is looking forward to delivering these important spacecraft to orbit for Kepler.”

Kepler’s LEO satellite constellation will be comprised of approximately 140 satellites. Planned to be deployed in three phases, from 2020 to 2023 and each with an incremental number of satellites launched, Kepler’s LEO constellation will grow to become a space data relay system to serve other constellations with high-speed data backhaul capabilities. Today, the company is focused on building the install base for Global Data ServiceTM, its pole-to-pole wideband connectivity service for mobile and fixed applications. EverywhereIOTTM, Kepler’s affordable solution for Internet of Things (IoT) devices, will enter user trials in the coming months.
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Re: SpaceX Manifest Updates and Discussion Thread 5
« Reply #642 on: 12/16/2019 11:49 pm »
This is just a snapshot of the current manifest.

Discussion of the manifest, and updates. The best guess at the current manifest is in this post. 

The first four posts in this thread are maintained
1 - Current manifest and some links
2 - Past launches
3 - Smoliarm's graphical manifest
4 - links

Discussion of the table format should be done here: SpaceX Manifest Table Format Discussion
Prior thread: SpaceX Manifest Updates and Discussion Thread 4

Sites:
      C=Cape Canaveral Spaceport (KSC/CCAFS) (UTC-4 EDT,UTC-5 EST)
            CCAFS SLC-40: Active for Falcon 9
            KSC LC-39A: Active for Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy
      V=Vandenberg (UTC-7 PDT,UTC-8 PST)
            SLC-4E: Active for Falcon 9
      B=Boca Chica (UTC-5 CDT,UTC-6 CST)
            Site preparation work underway

U.S. daylight saving time starts second Sunday in March, ends first Sunday in November, time changes at 2:00 a.m. local time

       Local        LV  Core   Ret- .                             .    Mass   .     Mis-
Est. Date,  Time/UTC.   S/N    urn  Payload(s)                    Orb  (kg)   Site sion
------------------- .--- ------ .---  ----------------------------  --- .-----  -----  ----
2019-01-11  0731/-8F91049.2SIridium NEXT (Flight 8)PLR9600V-4E68
2019-02-21*2045/-5F91048.3SNusantara Satu/SpaceIL/GTO-1GTO4850C-4069
2019-03-02  0249/-5F91051SCCtCap DM1LEO12kC-39A70
2019-04-11  1835/-4HNNN*LSLArabsat 6AGTO6465C-39A(H2)
2019-05-04  0248/-4F91056SCRS SpX-17LEO~10kC-4071
2019-05-23  2230/-4F91049.3SStarlink v0.9LEO~14kC-4072
2019-06-12  0717/-7F91051.2LRADARSAT ConstellationSSO~5k?V-4E73
2019-06-25  0230/-4HRNR*LSLSTP-2 (US Air Force)MEO3700C-39A(H3)
2019-07-25  1801/-4F91056.2LCRS SpX-18LEO~10kC-4074
2019-08-06  1923/-4F91047.3XAMOS-17GTO6.5kC-4075
2019-11-11  0956/-5F91048.4SStarlink v1 Flight 1LEO~16kC-4076
2019-12-05  1229/-5F91059SCRS SpX-19LEO~10kC-4077
2019-12-16*1910/-5F91056.3SJCSAT-18/Kacific-1GTO6956C-4078
------------------- --- ------ ---  ----------------------------  ---  -----  ----- ----
2019-12 (NET)F9.SStarlink v1 Flight 2LEO.C-4079
2020-01F91046.4XCCiCap In-Flight Abort TestSUB.C-39AN/A
2020F9.SStarlink v1 Flight 3LEO.C-40.
2020F9.SStarlink v1 Flight 4LEO.C-40.
2020-03F9..SAOCOM 1BSSO~3-4kC.
2020-03F9..CRS SpX-20LEO~10kC.
2020-Q1 (NET)F91058SCCtCap DM2 (Crew)LEO.C-39A.
2020-03F9N.USAF GPS III-3MEO4400C.
2020F9.SStarlink v1 Flight 5LEO.C-40.
2020F9.SStarlink v1 Flight 6LEO.C-40.
2020-Q2F9R.Türksat 5AGTO3500C.
2020F9..ANASIS-IIGTO.C.
2020F9.SStarlink v1 Flight 7LEO.C-40.
2020F9.SStarlink v1 Flight 8LEO.C-40.
2020-midF9..SiriusXM SXM-7GTO>5400C.
2020F9NSCCtCap Crew-1LEO.C-39A.
2020-08F9..CRS2 SpX-21LEO~10kC.
2020-Q3F9..SiriusXM SXM-8GTO>5400C.
2020-Q3 (NET)F9..USAF GPS III-4MEO4400C.
2020-Q4F9..SpaceX SSOSSO.V-4E .
2020-FallHN.AFSPC-44GEO.C-39A.
2020-11F9..Sentinel-6A (Jason-CS)LEO1440V-4E.
2020-lateF9..SARah 1SSO~2200V-4E.
2020-late (NET)F9..CRS2 SpX-22LEO~10kC.
2020 (NET)F9..NationSat & co-passengerGTO?C(120)
2021F9..USAF GPS III-5MEO4400C
2021-Q1F9R.WorldView Legion flight 1LEO.V.
2021-Q1F9..Türksat 5BGTO4500C.
2021-SpringHN.AFSPC-52GTO.C-39A.
2021-04F9R.IXPELEO~300C-39A.
2021F9..O3B mPOWER flight 1MEO~5kC(130)
2021F9..USAF GPS III-6MEO4400C.
2021F9..SARah 2/3SSO~3600V-4E .
2021-07F9..DARTESC~500V-4E.
2021-09F9..SWOTLEO2000V-4E.
2021-H2F9N.NROL-85LEO?C .
2021-H2F9N.NROL-87SSO?V-4E .
2021F9..Intuitive Machines (+rideshare).?C-39A .
2021F9..O3B mPOWER flight 2MEO~7kC(130)
2022F9R.WorldView Legion flight 2LEO.C.
2022-Q1F9..SpaceX SSO-2SSO.V-4E .
2022-07F9..Korea Pathfinder Lunar Orbiter?678C(150)
2022-lateF9..Space NorwayHEO4k. .
2022 (Very NET)SS..MarsTMI.?.
2023-Q1F9..SpaceX SSO-3SSO.V-4E .
2023 (NET)SS..#dearMoonTLI.?.
TBD (2020-2024)F9..Commercial Crew (5 flights)LEO.C-39A.
2020F9..Starlink Deployment (up to 24)LEO.C.
2021+...Starlink Deployment (many)LEO.C/V.
2020+F9..SSO Rideshares (several/year)SSO.V.
TBD (2021-2024)F9..CRS-2 (4+ flights)LEO.C.
TBD (2021-2022)H..one of the ViaSat 3 satsGEO6400C-39A.

NOTES:
(H2) Arabsat 6A - Serial Numbers:  Side1:1052.1  Center:1055.1  Side2: 1053.1.  Center booster landed on ASDS and then fell over while being towed back to port.
(H3) STP-2 - Serial Numbers:  Side1:1052.2  Center:1057.1  Side2: 1053.2
(120) Intersputnik NationSat & co-passenger NET 2020
(130) 2 flights for O3B mPOWER in 2021
(150) Korea Pathfinder Lunar Orbiter : Post

Companies that appear to have launch contracts for unspecified payloads:
Eutelsat, Inmarsat, Bigelow

Date: *=Local date differs from UTC date  ~=Date has some uncertainty
Return: L=Land,S=Sea,X=Expendable,N/A=Not Applicable
Launch Vehicle: F9=Falcon 9, H=Falcon Heavy, F=Falcon 9 or Heavy, SS=Starship
Core: *=FH core numbers in footnotes, N=New, R=Reused
Mission: Blue number indicates additional information in footnotes.
Colors: Successful / Unsuccessful / Mars!!!! / Footnotes / Mission failure may not be SpaceX's fault


Rideshare payloads (which flight it's on may not be known yet)
       Local        LV  .                             .    Mass   .     
Est. Date,  Time/UTC.   Payload(s)                    Orb  (kg)   Site
-------------------  --- .----------------------------  --- .-----  ----- 
2020-Q4F9Kepler (2 flights)SSO?..
2021F9Astranis 2020-Q4GTO..
2021F9ispace HAKUTO-R...


Possible future payloads:

Competitions for future payloads:
Air Force

Canceled payloads: ABS-8, AMOS-8, GiSat-1, PTScientists, Ovzon-3 / Bigelow Tourism to ISS

L2 notes on manifest:

Upcoming Mars Launch Windows: 2020-06, 2022-08, 2024-09, 2026-11, 2029-01

SpaceX Mission Paperwork / Raul's Map
Starlink Index Thread / Commercial Space Index Thread
L2 SpaceX CRS External Cargo
L2 Level SpaceX Falcon 9 Stage Watch / Public Core Spotting
SpaceX Launch Log (past launches) / Wikipedia Falcon Launches
Viewing flights from Vandenberg / Ben Cooper's Viewing Guide for Cape Canaveral / Viewing Flights from KSC/CCAFS
Upcoming SpaceX Talks / General Industry Talks
SpaceX Falcon Mission Simulations
SpaceX Eastern Range Landing Facilities
NSF Manifest Threads: U.S. / Russian / Arianespace / Japanese / Chinese / Indian / Rocket Lab / Consolidated

Recent Edits:
Nov 5  Moved SXM-7 to mid 2020, SXM-8 to Q3 2020
October 9  Added Intersputnik NationSat & co-passenger NET 2020.  Changed SAOCOM-1B from Vandenberg to Florida launch site.
September 10  Changed KPLO to July 2022
September 9  Added 2 flights for O3B mPOWER in 2021
August 26  Added secondary payload Astranis in Q4 2020
August 23  Removed Ovzon-3
August 20  Moved GPS III-3 to January 2020
August 5  Added 3 SSO rideshares from SpaceX
July 29  Removed Orbit Beyond
July 9  Removed PT Scientists
July 8  Added IXPE in 2021
July 3  Added Space Norway in late 2022
June 28  Moved AFSPC-52 to Spring 2021, AFSPC-44 to Fall 2020
June 8  Added Bigelow Tourism flights.  Unclear if these are options or firm contracts for up to 4 flights NET 2020.
May 31  Adding several lunar landers that may or may not have the contracts/funding in place yet: PTScientists, CLPS: Orbit Beyond, CLPS: Intuitive Machines.  I can always remove them later if they fall through.  Not sure if the CLPS missions will be solo payloads or rideshares, and if they would be primary payload on rideshares.
May 23  Added ANASIS-II NET Nov. 2019
May 11  Moved DART from 2021-06 to 2021-07
Apr 11  Adding DART
Mar 6  Moved STP-2 to April, CRS-19 to December.  Added Starlink Flight 1.
Feb 19  Adding NROL-85, NROL-87, AFSPC-44
Feb 8  Moved Viasat 3 to NET 2021Moved SARah 1 to late 2020.  Moved SARah 2/3 to 2021.
Jan 13  Moved Nusantara Satu from Feb. 13 to Feb. 17
Jan 2  Moved JCSAT-18/Kacific-1 from H2 to Q3 of 2019
Dec 15  Moved SAOCOM-1B to end of 2019 (NET)
Dec 7  Removing GiSat-1


All comments and updates are welcomed!  Thank you to all contributors!
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Re: SpaceX Manifest Updates and Discussion Thread 5
« Reply #643 on: 12/18/2019 05:03 am »
SAT-MOD-20191217-00148
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Planet Labs Inc. (“Planet”) respectfully requests authority to modify the authorization for
Planet’s SkySat Earth Exploration Satellite Service (“EESS”) system (FCC Call Sign S2862).

Specifically, Planet requests authority to:
● Modify the authorized orbital location for the SkySat-16 to SkySat-21 satellites to include
the inclination range 40° – 60° in addition to the currently authorized inclination range of
97.0° – 97.9°; and
● Modify the operational orbital altitude for SkySat-3 to include 400 km.

...

SkySat-16 through SkySat-18 are intended to be launched as secondary payloads in April
2020 on a Falcon 9 launch vehicle, and SkySat-19 through SkySat-21 are intended to be
launched as secondary payloads in June 2020 on a subsequent Falcon 9 launch vehicle. The six
SkySats are expected to be deployed into a 190 km x 380 km elliptical orbit.

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Re: SpaceX Manifest Updates and Discussion Thread 5
« Reply #644 on: 12/18/2019 12:25 pm »
This is definitely Starlink rideshare, right?

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Re: SpaceX Manifest Updates and Discussion Thread 5
« Reply #645 on: 12/18/2019 01:46 pm »
Yes.

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Re: SpaceX Manifest Updates and Discussion Thread 5
« Reply #646 on: 12/19/2019 10:27 pm »
Looks like another Starlink launch for January. This is getting crazy. https://twitter.com/sciguyspace/status/1207795226649206786

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Re: SpaceX Manifest Updates and Discussion Thread 5
« Reply #647 on: 12/20/2019 09:59 am »
Here is how this crazy interesting year would look like on the graph - attached is updated launch schedule chart for Q4 2019 - Q3 2020.

Regular disclaimer:
*** most of the "dates" are wild guesses;
*** even the launch order some time is just a guess too;
*** predictions are NOT the goal of this graph, no predicting attempts whatsoever;
*** the purpose is to visualize launch cadence and look for possible range schedule conflicts.

It is likely I missed some schedule updates, so corrections are welcome.
Particularly, any info on pad assignments (SLC-40 vs LC-39A) is greatly appreciated.

Anyway, 2020 looks like busy year for SpaceX and ULA :)
Good luck to both teams !!

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Re: SpaceX Manifest Updates and Discussion Thread 5
« Reply #648 on: 12/20/2019 05:20 pm »
SpaceX placed bid to launch third Turkish satellite, Turksat 6A (Turkey's first domestic-built satellite):

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SPACEX IN BID TO LAUNCH FIRST TURKISH-BUILT SATELLITE

Türksat General Manager Şen also emphasized that ... SpaceX is a candidate to launch Turkey's first nationally-built satellite. He noted that the Turkish satellite operator currently has two missions to launch satellites with SpaceX, with the 5A satellite planning to be launched next year.
https://www.dailysabah.com/technology/2019/05/09/new-generation-satellite-turksat-5a-to-be-in-orbit-in-q2-of-2020

Also, the article says on launch of Turksat 5A:
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The Türksat 5A will be launched from the launch pad in Florida, the U.S., in the second quarter of 2020 if everything goes as planned, Türksat General Manager Cenk Şen said on the sidelines of the 2019 Satellite Conference in Washington.

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Re: SpaceX Manifest Updates and Discussion Thread 5
« Reply #649 on: 12/21/2019 03:54 pm »
https://twitter.com/spaceflightnow/status/1208422531033686016

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SpaceX teams across the United States are readying for what the company’s chief operating officer predicts will be a record number of launches in 2020.

The first two of up to 38 SpaceX launches next year are scheduled for Jan. 3 and Jan. 11.

FULL STORY: spaceflightnow.com/2019/12/20/spa…

Article quotes Gwynne:

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“I think in 2020 we’ll do more, and that’s because of Starlink,” she said in a roundtable discussion with reporters earlier this month. “I think we will have 14 or 15 non-Starlink launches, and then we’ll fly Starlink as often as we can.

“I need second stages to be built a little bit faster, but we would probably shoot for 35 to 38 missions next year,” Shotwell said.

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Re: SpaceX Manifest Updates and Discussion Thread 5
« Reply #650 on: 12/23/2019 01:04 am »
Launch Alert
4:58 PM Dec 22, 2019


                             LAUNCH ALERT

                              Brian Webb
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                               2019 December 22 (Sunday) 16:41 PST
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                   VANDENBERG AFB LAUNCH SCHEDULE

         All launch dates and times are subject to change.

                     Launch
                   Time/Window
  Date              (PST/PDT)               Vehicle          Pad/Silo
--------        -----------------        -------------       --------

MAR             Unknown                  Falcon 9            SLC-4E
Vehicle will launch the SmallSat Rideshare Mission 1

OCT             Unknown                  Falcon 9            SLC-4E
Vehicle will launch the SmallSat Rideshare Mission 9

NOV             Unknown                  Falcon 9            SLC-4E
Vehicle will launch the Sentinel 6A (Jason-CS) satellite

DEC             Unknown                  Falcon 9            SLC-4E
Vehicle will launch the SmallSat Rideshare Mission 11


The above schedule is a composite of unclassified information
approved for public release from government, industry, and other
sources. It represents the Editor's best effort to produce a schedule,
but may disagree with other sources. Details on military launches are
withheld until they are approved for public release. For official
information regarding Vandenberg AFB activities, go to
http://www.vandenberg.af.mil
.

All launch dates and times are given in Pacific Time using a 24-hour
format similar to military time (midnight = 00:00, 1:00 p.m. = 13:00,
11:00 p.m. = 23:00, etc.).

The dates and times in this schedule may not agree with those on other
online launch schedules, including the official Vandenberg AFB
schedule because different sources were used, the information was
interpreted differently, and the schedules were updated at different
times.

NET: No earlier than

TBD: To be determined

PDT: Pacific Daylight Time

PST: Pacific Standard Time

SLC: Space Launch Complex

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newsletter may be used without identifying Launch Alert as the
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Re: SpaceX Manifest Updates and Discussion Thread 5
« Reply #651 on: 12/23/2019 10:31 am »
Pretty sure there won't be an F9 launch from VAFB in March. That rideshare will fly with SAOCOM 1B from Florida.

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Re: SpaceX Manifest Updates and Discussion Thread 5
« Reply #652 on: 12/27/2019 10:26 am »
Pretty sure there won't be an F9 launch from VAFB in March. That rideshare will fly with SAOCOM 1B from Florida.

Really don't see SX reactivating their pad at VAFB for a few weeks in March than shut it down until October. Better to reactivated when there is at least a launch every 6 weeks or so at the end of 2020.
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Re: SpaceX Manifest Updates and Discussion Thread 5
« Reply #654 on: 12/28/2019 08:49 pm »
here is a snapshot for launch year 2019
and
somewhat updated but still speculative launch schedule for 2020 (Holiday Edition)

Happy New Year!


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Re: SpaceX Manifest Updates and Discussion Thread 5
« Reply #656 on: 01/04/2020 08:29 pm »
Launch Alert
4:58 PM Dec 22, 2019
                            LAUNCH ALERT
                              Brian Webb
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                2019 December 22 (Sunday) 16:41 PST
------------------------------------------------------------

                   VANDENBERG AFB LAUNCH SCHEDULE
         All launch dates and times are subject to change.

                     Launch
                   Time/Window
  Date              (PST/PDT)               Vehicle          Pad/Silo
--------        -----------------        -------------       --------

MAR             Unknown                  Falcon 9            SLC-4E
Vehicle will launch the SmallSat Rideshare Mission 1

OCT             Unknown                  Falcon 9            SLC-4E
Vehicle will launch the SmallSat Rideshare Mission 9

NOV             Unknown                  Falcon 9            SLC-4E
Vehicle will launch the Sentinel 6A (Jason-CS) satellite

DEC             Unknown                  Falcon 9            SLC-4E
Vehicle will launch the SmallSat Rideshare Mission 11

The above schedule is a composite of unclassified information
approved for public release from government, industry, and other
sources. It represents the Editor's best effort to produce a schedule,
but may disagree with other sources. Details on military launches are
withheld until they are approved for public release. For official
information regarding Vandenberg AFB activities, go to
http://www.vandenberg.af.mil
.

All launch dates and times are given in Pacific Time using a 24-hour
format similar to military time (midnight = 00:00, 1:00 p.m. = 13:00,
11:00 p.m. = 23:00, etc.).

The dates and times in this schedule may not agree with those on other
online launch schedules, including the official Vandenberg AFB
schedule because different sources were used, the information was
interpreted differently, and the schedules were updated at different
times.

NET: No earlier than
TBD: To be determined
PDT: Pacific Daylight Time
PST: Pacific Standard Time
SLC: Space Launch Complex

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Copyright 2019, Brian Webb. All rights reserved. No portion of this newsletter may be used without identifying Launch Alert as the source and providing a functioning hyperlink or text that point to (the www.spacearchive.info source)
Regardless of whether the SpaceX Small Rideshare Mission 1 will fly from VAFB in October,  the list also includes the SpaceX Rideshare Mission 9 in October. That means 7 other Rideshare launches are planned the intervening ~6 months.
Then at least two more before the end of 2020
What kind of wastrels would dump a perfectly good booster in the ocean after just one use?

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Re: SpaceX Manifest Updates and Discussion Thread 5
« Reply #657 on: 01/04/2020 08:50 pm »
The rideshare Mission 1 is the SAOCOM-1B launch.  The next bunch of missions are Starlink launches.  The first dedicated mission should be one of the Q4 flights.

Re: SpaceX Manifest Updates and Discussion Thread 5
« Reply #658 on: 01/22/2020 09:17 pm »
http://www.launchphotography.com/Delta_4_Atlas_5_Falcon_9_Launch_Viewing.html

Next 4 launches as per Ben Cooper:

Starlink-3: January 24 (B1051.3)
Starlink-4: Early February (??)
Starlink-5: Mid February (??) (one of these two Starlink missions might be B1048.5 as per NSF article)
CRS-20: March 1 (B1059.2?)

« Last Edit: 01/22/2020 09:20 pm by LandingZone-1 »

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Re: SpaceX Manifest Updates and Discussion Thread 5
« Reply #659 on: 01/23/2020 05:00 pm »
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Nilesat partners with SpaceX to launch Nilesat-301 satellite in 2022
by Staff Reporter   January 22, 2020 

Positioned at 7° West, Nilesat-301 will work with Nilesat-201 to provide Ku-band services for the Middle East and North Africa.

Egyptian satellite operator Nilesat has partnered with SpaceX for the launch of Nilesat-301 geostationary communications satellite due in 2022. A contract was sealed between Nilesat and SpaceX in Cairo on Tuesday, the first cooperation between the two companies.

https://www.broadcastprome.com/news/satellite/nilesat-partners-with-spacex-to-launch-nilesat-301-satellite-in-2022/
« Last Edit: 01/23/2020 05:02 pm by FutureSpaceTourist »

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