Author Topic: Yaogan-35 04A-C - CZ-2D - Xichang - August 19, 2022 (17:37 UTC)  (Read 6188 times)

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The team of the 04-group C star of the RS-35 has entered the (Xichang) launch center to carry out work, and the AIT work of the RS-35-05 group C star is in full swing!
The Yaogan-35 04C team has been to Xichang for launch, the launch date is from travel firm.
« Last Edit: 08/19/2022 06:17 pm by Galactic Penguin SST »

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Re: Yaogan-35 04A-C - CZ-2D - Xichang - August 25, 2022
« Reply #1 on: 08/13/2022 04:28 am »
The travel firm source, this launch is moved to August 20 and launch in August 17 is removed.

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Re: Yaogan-35 04A-C - CZ-2D - Xichang - August 20, 2022
« Reply #2 on: 08/13/2022 04:36 am »
The travel firm source, this launch is moved to August 20 and launch in August 17 is removed.

This is the same message as for the CZ-3B launch, with the previous date of this launch being 25 August. Could you please clarify?
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Re: Yaogan-35 04A-C - CZ-2D - Xichang - August 20, 2022
« Reply #3 on: 08/13/2022 04:38 am »
The travel firm source, this launch is moved to August 20 and launch in August 17 is removed.

This is the same message as for the CZ-3B launch, with the previous date of this launch being 25 August. Could you please clarify?
The CZ-2D might be launched in August 20 and not original August 25.
The CZ-3B is stopped by some reasons.

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Re: Yaogan-35 04A-C - CZ-2D - Xichang - August 20, 2022
« Reply #4 on: 08/18/2022 04:48 am »
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A2312/22 NOTAMN
Q) ZPKM/QRDCA/IV/BO/W/000/999/2815N10202E005
A) ZPKM B) 2208191726 C) 2208191746
E) A TEMPORARY DANGER AREA ESTABLISHED CENTERED AT N2815E10202
WITH RADIUS OF 10KM. VERTICAL LIMITS:SFC-UNL.
F) SFC G) UNL
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A2313/22 NOTAMN
Q) ZPKM/QRDCA/IV/BO/W/000/999/2649N10744E014
A) ZPKM B) 2208191728 C) 2208191751
E) A TEMPORARY DANGER AREA ESTABLISHED BOUNDED BY:
N2651E10759-N2640E10755-N2647E10728-N2658E10732 BACK TO START.
VERTICAL LIMITS:SFC-UNL.
F) SFC G) UNL

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Chinese launch schedule
August 20 - CZ-2D (Y80) - XSLC, LC3
                    Yaogan-35 Group 04

What is the source for Y80 ?
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Chinese launch schedule
August 20 - CZ-2D (Y80) - XSLC, LC3
                    Yaogan-35 Group 04

What is the source for Y80 ?
Typically Mikezang lists serial numbers though the post it was in seems to have been pulled or is in another thread and didn't get pulled out into this thread. Other times private messages can be the result.
« Last Edit: 08/18/2022 05:26 pm by russianhalo117 »

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To Plane 3, if we designate 01's as Plane 1, 02's as Plane 4 and 03's as Plane 5.
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2 launches from Xichang..

17:35 UTC on Aug. 19
Long March 2D
Yaogan-35-04

03:05 UTC on Aug. 22
Long March 11 (?)
?

https://twitter.com/CNSpaceflight/status/1560166038968209408

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Chinese launch schedule
August 20 - CZ-2D (Y80) - XSLC, LC3
                    Yaogan-35 Group 04

What is the source for Y80 ?
Yaogan 35 01    Y63
Yaogan 35 02    Y64
Yaogan 35 03    Y65

Perhaps Y80 is a confusion with
the CZ-3B Y80 for September 7 ?
« Last Edit: 08/19/2022 07:36 am by Alter Sachse »
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Chinese launch schedule
August 20 - CZ-2D (Y80) - XSLC, LC3
                    Yaogan-35 Group 04

What is the source for Y80 ?
Yaogan 35 01    Y63
Yaogan 35 02    Y64
Yaogan 35 03    Y65

Perhaps Y80 is a confusion with
the CZ-3B Y80 for September 7 ?
This time might be Y66.

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2 orbital launches today:
1 Long March 2D with Yaogan-35-04 at ~17:35 UTC (13:35 EDT) from LC-3 of Xichang
2 Falcon 9 with 53 Starlink satellites at 19:21 UTC (15:21 EDT) from SLC-40 of Cape Canaveral

More:
CZ11 ~03:05 UTC on Aug. 22
CZ2D ~03:05 UTC on Aug. 24
CZ4C NET Sep. 02

https://twitter.com/CNSpaceflight/status/1560663636518981635

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Liftoff confirmed as people got woken up thinking a thunderstorm was passing through, but itís rocket rumbling instead.
1:44 PM ∑ Aug 19, 2022
« Last Edit: 08/19/2022 05:48 pm by zubenelgenubi »
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We have liftoff! Waiting further news...

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Liftoff confirmed as people got woken up thinking a thunderstorm was passing through, but itís rocket rumbling instead.
1:44 PM ∑ Aug 19, 2022
So, the neighbors near Xichang have options: earthquake or thunder! ⛈️
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中国航天科技集团
22-8-19 21:05
【打破纪录!#长征火箭连续成功103次#】8月20日1时37分,长征二号丁运载火箭在西昌卫星发射中心成功发射遥感三十五号04组卫星。自2020年5月5日至今,中国长征系列运载火箭实现连续103次发射成功,打破此前保持的连续102次发射成功纪录。执行本次任务的火箭和卫星均由航天科技集团研制,这是长征系列运载火箭的第433次发射。(车元元 摄)
【Break the record! #Long March rocket 103 times in a row#] At 1:37 on August 20, the Long March 2D carrier rocket successfully launched the remote sensing 35 satellite group 04 at the Xichang Satellite Launch Center. Since May 5, 2020, China's Long March series of launch vehicles have successfully launched 103 consecutive launches, breaking the previous record of 102 consecutive successful launches. The rockets and satellites used for this mission were developed by the Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation. This is the 433rd launch of the Long March series of carrier rockets. (Photo by Che Yuanyuan)

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English language Xinhua:

https://english.news.cn/20220820/afe58f5e4d1241a3b5fa38c005a1747b/c.html
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China launches new remote sensing satellite group
Source: Xinhua Editor: huaxia 2022-08-20 02:07:45
XICHANG, Aug. 20 (Xinhua) -- China on Saturday launched a Long March-2D carrier rocket to place a remote sensing satellite group in space.
As the fourth batch of the Yaogan-35 family, the satellites were lifted at 1:37 a.m. (Beijing Time) from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in the southwestern province of Sichuan and entered the preset orbit.
They will be mainly used to conduct science experiments, land resource surveys, yield estimation of agricultural products and disaster prevention and reduction.
The mission marked the 433rd flight of the Long March carrier rockets.
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Moment of Long March 2D Y66 liftoff from Xichang. This is the 433th orbital launch of Long March and the 103th success in a row.
#CZ2D

https://twitter.com/CNSpaceflight/status/1560690924841095168

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Liftoff at ~17:37 UTC on Aug. 19, the 4th group of 3 Yaogan-35 satellites were successfully launched by Long March 2D from Xichang.

https://twitter.com/CNSpaceflight/status/1560689273396809728

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The rocket series number is Y66. Same as previous launches, the payload adapter is equipped deorbit sail for faster reentry.

https://twitter.com/CNSpaceflight/status/1560689904400486401

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SciNews video of launch.

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New emblem on the body of the rocket CZ-2D. What does it mean? Your answers...
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Five objects cataloged from the Yaogan 35-04 launch in a 490 x 500 km x 35.0 deg orbit; three YG35-04 sats, the upper stage, and an adapter.

https://twitter.com/planet4589/status/1560839844670181377

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CelesTrak has GP data for 5 objects from the launch (2022-100) of the 4th batch of Yaogan-35 satellites atop a Long March-2D rocket from Xichang Satellite Launch Center on Aug 19 at 1737 UTC:

https://twitter.com/TSKelso/status/1560901197376000000

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Orbital Launch no.104 for 2022

Yaogan 35 04 | CASC | August 19 | 1737 UTC

#CASC launched Yaogan 35 Group 04 to LEO on its #LongMarch 2D. This marks the record of continuous launch successes of any rockets of the Long March family, 103 since May 2020!

https://twitter.com/SpaceIntellige3/status/1561482292568231937

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Launch photos of the recent Chinese Yaogan mission.

https://twitter.com/SpaceIntellige3/status/1561482630507503623

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