Author Topic: SpaceX F9 : Nusantara Satu (PSN VI)/GTO-1/SpaceIL : Feb. 21/22, 2019 - UPDATES  (Read 66114 times)

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Video of the Static Fire!:

"The Starship has landed"

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There are two new articles about this missions with some new information.

The Planetary Society: What to expect when Beresheet launches to (and lands on) the Moon

Teslarati: SpaceX test fires twice-flown Falcon 9 for world’s first commercial Moon mission

Target orbit seems to be 215 km x 60,000 km (still no idea how they can do this and still land the booster) at which point all three payloads will be deployed as a single unit from F9 second stage, shortly after that Beresheet will be deployed while PSN-6 & S5 will head to graveyard orbit above GEO where the Beresheet adapter will be discarded, then PSN-6 & S5 will go back to a lower orbit, S5 will be deployed and then PSN-6 inserts itself into GEO.

Beresheet will do a bunch of orbital maneuvers (detailed in the Planetary Society article) to land on the Moon.

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Bunch of videos about Beresheet, some of them new:









« Last Edit: 02/19/2019 12:47 pm by scr00chy »

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L-2 launch forecast, still 80% GO:

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Launch day probability of violating launch weather constraints: 20%
Primary concern(s): Thick Cloud Layer Rule, Cumulus Cloud Rule
 
Delay day probability of violating launch weather constraints: 20%
Primary concern(s): Thick Cloud Layer Rule, Cumulus Cloud Rule

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Payload all stacked together prior to encapsulation, Nusantara Satu looks like a Christmas ornament!  ;) ;D

https://www.instagram.com/p/BuC5Ifkhd7c/
"The Starship has landed"

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Payload all stacked together prior to encapsulation, Nusantara Satu looks like a Christmas ornament!  ;) ;D
Higher quality pic

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Airspace closure area

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PSN-6 Launch Hazard Areas based on NOTMAR message, valid for 22th 01:40-03:09 UTC - alternate 23rd 01:36-03:05 UTC.
Planned booster-droneship landing position 663km downrange.
Mr Steven is now on the way to the area of Fairing 2.0 recovery attempt approx. 790km downrange.

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L-1 launch forecast, no real change - still 80% GO:

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Launch day probability of violating launch weather constraints: 20%
Primary concern(s): Thick Cloud Layer Rule, Cumulus Cloud Rule
 
Delay day probability of violating launch weather constraints: 20%
Primary concern(s): Thick Cloud Layer Rule, Cumulus Cloud Rule

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Of Course I Still Love You has arrived at the landing zone ahead of tomorrow night's landing out at sea, Mr. Steven is well underway and has moved far out, should arrive tomorrow at some point at its specific fairing catching location. ;D

https://twitter.com/SpaceXFleet/status/1098299105460318208
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« Last Edit: 02/21/2019 01:31 am by gongora »

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Nice SpaceX mission patch

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Another launch patch
(source: http://spacexpatchlist.space/)

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Fairing recovery boat Mr Steven changed the course to the west and leaving the hazard area towards to port by some reason.

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Hi-res version from SpaceX website

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