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Re: Israeli launch schedule
« Reply #40 on: 09/15/2016 01:05 PM »
Launched:

Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (UTC)


1988.09.19 - Ofeq-1 - Shavit - Palmachim Airbase
1990.04.03 - Ofeq-2 - Shavit - Palmachim Airbase
1995.04.05 - Ofeq-3 (OPSAT-1000) - Shavit-1 - Palmachim Airbase
1998.01.22 - Ofeq-4 (OPSAT-1000) - Shavit-1 - Palmachim Airbase (Failure)
2002.05.28 - Ofeq-5 (OPSAT-2000) - Shavit-1 - Palmachim Airbase - 15:25
2004.09.06 - Ofeq-6 (OPSAT-2000) - Shavit-1 - Palmachim Airbase (Failure)
2007.06.11 - Ofeq-7 (OPSAT-2000) - Shavit-2 - Palmachim Airbase - 23:40
2010.06.22 - Ofeq-9 (OPSAT-2000) - Shavit-2 - Palmachim Airbase - 19:00
2014.04.09 - Ofeq-10 (TECSAR-2) - Shavit-2 - Palmachim Airbase - 19:06
2016.09.13 - Ofeq-11 (OPSAT-3000) - Shavit-2 - Palmachim Airbase - 14:38

Foreign launchers:
1995.03.28 - Techsat-1 (Gurwin) - Start - Plesetsk (Failure) - 09:00:00
1996.05.16 - AMOS-1 - Ariane-44L H10-3 - Kourou ELA-2 (French Guiana) - 01:56
1998.07.10 - Techsat-1B (Gurwin) - Зенит-2 - Baikonur 45/1 (Kazakhstan) - 05:45:00

2000.12.05 - EROS-A (OPSAT-1000) - Start-1 - Svobodny 5 (Russia) - 12:32
2003.12.27 - AMOS-2 - Soyuz-FG/Fregat - Baikonur 31/6 (Kazakhstan) - 21:30:00
2006.04.25 - EROS-B (OPSAT-2000) - Start-1 - Svobodny 5 (Russia) - 16:47:16
2008.01.21 - Ofeq-8 (TECSAR-1) - PSLV-CA - Shriharikota (India) - 03:45:00
2008.04.27 - AMOS-3 - Zenit-3SLB/DM-SLB - Baikonur 45/1 (Kazakhstan) - 05:00
2013.08.31 - AMOS-4 - Zenit-3SLB/DM-SLB - Baikonur 45/1 (Kazakhstan) - 20:05
2016.09.01 - AMOS-6 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 (USA) (destroyed during static fire preparations)

Scheduled:

Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (UTC)

2017

Foreign launchers:
August - VENµS (VENUS), SHALOM (OPSAT-3000) , SAMSON 1/2/3 - Vega (VV10) - Kourou ZLV (French Guiana)

2018
Foreign launchers:
TBD - EROS-C - TBD -TBD

Unclear

Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (UTC)

TBD - Ofeq-12 - Shavit-2 (TBD) - Palmachim Airbase

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« Last Edit: 09/22/2016 11:10 AM by Salo »

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Re: Israeli launch schedule
« Reply #41 on: 02/08/2017 09:20 PM »
BGUSAT (Ben Gurion Unicersity Satellite) and DIDO-1 (Space Pharma) - February 15 (on PSLV)

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Re: Israeli launch schedule
« Reply #42 on: 02/08/2017 10:45 PM »
BGUSAT (Ben Gurion Unicersity Satellite) and DIDO-1 (Space Pharma) - February 15 (on PSLV)

It is DIDO-2 on this launch. DIDO-1 will go on the Falcon-9/FORMOSAT-5/SHERPA launch

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Re: Israeli launch schedule
« Reply #43 on: 08/04/2017 03:21 PM »
Launched:

Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (UTC)


1988.09.19 - Ofeq-1 - Shavit - Palmachim Airbase
1990.04.03 - Ofeq-2 - Shavit - Palmachim Airbase
1995.04.05 - Ofeq-3 (OPSAT-1000) - Shavit-1 - Palmachim Airbase
1998.01.22 - Ofeq-4 (OPSAT-1000) - Shavit-1 - Palmachim Airbase (Failure)
2002.05.28 - Ofeq-5 (OPSAT-2000) - Shavit-1 - Palmachim Airbase - 15:25
2004.09.06 - Ofeq-6 (OPSAT-2000) - Shavit-1 - Palmachim Airbase (Failure)
2007.06.11 - Ofeq-7 (OPSAT-2000) - Shavit-2 - Palmachim Airbase - 23:40
2010.06.22 - Ofeq-9 (OPSAT-2000) - Shavit-2 - Palmachim Airbase - 19:00
2014.04.09 - Ofeq-10 (TECSAR-2) - Shavit-2 - Palmachim Airbase - 19:06
2016.09.13 - Ofeq-11 (OPSAT-3000) - Shavit-2 - Palmachim Airbase - 14:38

Foreign launchers:
1995.03.28 - Techsat-1 (Gurwin) - Start - Plesetsk (Failure) - 09:00:00
1996.05.16 - AMOS-1 - Ariane-44L H10-3 - Kourou ELA-2 (French Guiana) - 01:56
1998.07.10 - Techsat-1B (Gurwin) - Зенит-2 - Baikonur 45/1 (Kazakhstan) - 05:45:00
2000.12.05 - EROS-A (OPSAT-1000) - Start-1 - Svobodny 5 (Russia) - 12:32
2003.12.27 - AMOS-2 - Soyuz-FG/Fregat - Baikonur 31/6 (Kazakhstan) - 21:30:00
2006.04.25 - EROS-B (OPSAT-2000) - Start-1 - Svobodny 5 (Russia) - 16:47:16
2008.01.21 - Ofeq-8 (TECSAR-1) - PSLV-CA - Shriharikota (India) - 03:45:00
2008.04.27 - AMOS-3 - Zenit-3SLB/DM-SLB - Baikonur 45/1 (Kazakhstan) - 05:00
2013.08.31 - AMOS-4 - Zenit-3SLB/DM-SLB - Baikonur 45/1 (Kazakhstan) - 20:05
2016.09.01 - AMOS-6 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 (USA) (destroyed during static fire preparations)
2017.02.15 - BGUSAT (Ben Gurion University Satellite) and DIDO-2 (Chen Jiayong 1) - PSLV-C37 (XL) - Shriharikota - 03:58
2017.08.02 - OPTSAT-3000 (SHALOM), Venµs (VENUS) - Vega (VV10) - Kourou ZLV - 01:58:33


Scheduled:

Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (UTC)


2018
Foreign launchers:
NET December 26 – SAMSON 1,SAMSON 2, SAMSON 3 – Soyuz-2-1A/Fregat – Vostochniy 1S (or PSLV)
December - SpaceIL Sparrow - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 (or January 2019)


2019
Foreign launchers:
2018  TBD - EROS-C - TBD -TBD

Unclear

Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (UTC)

TBD - Ofeq-12 - Shavit-2 (TBD) - Palmachim Airbase

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Re: Israeli launch schedule
« Reply #44 on: 07/10/2018 04:03 PM »
Israeli lunar lander built by IAI will be launched on December 2018 onboard a SpaceX launcher. Lunar landing - Februaty 13 2019.

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Re: Israeli launch schedule
« Reply #45 on: 07/11/2018 05:30 AM »
This is the SpaceIL lander that couldn't meet the Google Lunar X-Prize deadline.

http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/248700

"Israeli lunar landing planned for 2019

'We will plant Israeli flag on the moon.' Unmanned Israeli spacecraft to launch for lunar landing mission in December 2018.

An Israeli spacecraft will land on the moon early in 2019, the SpaceIL corporation announced Tuesday, in a mission which would make Israel the fourth country to make a lunar landing.

The SpaceIL spacecraft will be launched from the United States on a Falcon 9 orbital launch vehicle, built by Elon Musk’s Space Exploration Technologies Corporation, or SpaceX."
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Re: Israeli launch schedule
« Reply #47 on: 09/13/2018 10:44 AM »
Bing translation.

"At the end of 2018, the university (Technion) intends to launch into space, to an altitude of 600 kilometers, three satellites at once. Each is the size of a shoe box and weighing eight kilograms. After you start to control their flight will be MCC tehnionovskij. This project was named "Samson", it was developed with the financial assistance of the Fund «Edlis, Ministry of science, technology and space, and the Israeli space agency.

— What time is slated launch?

— At the end of this year. For the month of December."
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Re: Israeli launch schedule
« Reply #48 on: 10/03/2018 08:40 PM »
October 03, 2018
RELEASE 18-083
NASA, Israel Space Agency Sign Agreement for Commercial Lunar Cooperation

NASA has signed an agreement with the Israel Space Agency (ISA) to cooperatively utilize the Israeli nonprofit SpaceIL’s commercial lunar mission, expected to land on the Moon in 2019.

NASA will contribute a laser retroreflector array to aid with ground tracking and Deep Space Network support to aid in mission communication. ISA and SpaceIL will share data with NASA from the SpaceIL lunar magnetometer installed aboard the spacecraft. The instrument, which was developed in collaboration with the Weizmann Institute of Science, will measure the magnetic field on and above the landing site. The data will be made publicly available through NASA’s Planetary Data System.  In addition, NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter will attempt to take scientific measurements of the SpaceIL lander as it lands on the Moon.

The agreement was signed by NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine and Avi Blasberger, Director of the Israel Space Agency. Dr. Ido Anteby, CEO of SpaceIL, was also present.

“I’m thrilled to extend progress in commercial cooperation we’ve made in low-Earth orbit to the lunar environment with this new agreement with the Israel Space Agency and SpaceIL,” said NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine. “Innovative partnerships like this are going to be essential as we go forward to the Moon and create new opportunities there.”

SpaceIL competed in the Google Lunar X Prize, and continues to work toward landing the first Israeli spacecraft on the Moon. Together, NASA and SpaceIL will collaborate on analyzing the scientific data returned from the mission.

The agreement exemplifies the innovative approach that NASA and its international partners are taking to team up with commercial partners to advance important science and exploration objectives on and around the Moon.

For more information about NASA and agency programs, visit:

https://www.nasa.gov
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Re: Israeli launch schedule
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