Author Topic: FAILURE: Yunyao-1 x 3 - Shuangquxian-1 - Jiuquan - July 10, 2024 (23:40 UTC)  (Read 7142 times)

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« Last Edit: 07/11/2024 03:31 am by mikezang »

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Re: ? - Shuangquxian-1 - Jiuquan - July 1, 2024 (~23:40 UTC)
« Reply #1 on: 07/01/2024 09:05 am »
It is said this might be delayed...

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Re: ? - Shuangquxian-1 - Jiuquan - July 5, 2024 (~23:40 UTC)
« Reply #3 on: 07/04/2024 03:26 pm »
Is this still holding for tomorrow?

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Is this still holding for tomorrow?

Yes.
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Re: ? - Shuangquxian-1 - Jiuquan - July 5, 2024 (~23:40 UTC)
« Reply #5 on: 07/05/2024 04:23 am »
The VCCF   A0429/24 removed, it is said that delayed !

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The VCCF   A0429/24 removed, it is said that delayed !

It seems the corresponding marine navigation warning below is also cancelled (I uses Japan Coast Guard’s page and map for confirmation), so that’s confirmed:

021039Z JUL 24
HYDROPAC 2291/24(71).
INDIAN OCEAN.
DNC 03.
1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS, SPACE DEBRIS
   052200Z TO 060400Z JUL IN AREA BOUND BY
   00-11.00S 091-36.00E, 00-01.00N 090-32.00E,
   02-30.00N 091-00.00E, 02-18.00N 092-04.00E.
2. CANCEL THIS MSG 060500Z JUL 24.
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Re: ? - Shuangquxian-1 - Jiuquan - July 10, 2024 (~23:40 UTC)
« Reply #8 on: 07/10/2024 11:43 pm »
Luanhced?

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Re: ? - Shuangquxian-1 - Jiuquan - July 10, 2024 (~23:40 UTC)
« Reply #9 on: 07/11/2024 12:51 am »
No picture of the launch so far. I am kinda nervous for them.

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Re: ? - Shuangquxian-1 - Jiuquan - July 10, 2024 (~23:40 UTC)
« Reply #10 on: 07/11/2024 12:54 am »
It looks like failed....

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Re: ? - Shuangquxian-1 - Jiuquan - July 10, 2024 (~23:40 UTC)
« Reply #11 on: 07/11/2024 01:15 am »
Man I do feel bad for I-Space I wonder if it would be better if they go Landspace route where after failing their first solid fuel rocket they invest most of their resource in liquid fuel rocket.

I feel like that is better than having investor loosing confident after so many failure

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Re: ? - Shuangquxian-1 - Jiuquan - July 10, 2024 (~23:40 UTC)
« Reply #12 on: 07/11/2024 02:09 am »
Man I do feel bad for I-Space I wonder if it would be better if they go Landspace route where after failing their first solid fuel rocket they invest most of their resource in liquid fuel rocket.

I feel like that is better than having investor loosing confident after so many failure
It's an interesting idea, but it needs more funds to achieve. I-Space is not as good at financing as landspace


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What is the source of the information about the launch failure and also about the payloads that were on board?

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Re: ? - Shuangquxian-1 - Jiuquan - July 10, 2024 (~23:40 UTC)
« Reply #14 on: 07/11/2024 02:17 am »
Man I do feel bad for I-Space I wonder if it would be better if they go Landspace route where after failing their first solid fuel rocket they invest most of their resource in liquid fuel rocket.

I feel like that is better than having investor loosing confident after so many failure
It's an interesting idea, but it needs more funds to achieve. I-Space is not as good at financing as landspace
I guess so. It seems despite all the failure, they still have enough resource to continue develop Hyperbola-3.

So I feel like if they give up on solid fuel rocket early they could use their title of first private Chinese company to reach orbit as well as attracting more investor through showing their plan for resuable rocket more and more. All of this without building negative connotetation consecutive failure and low success rate they end up having by sticking with their solid fuel rocket.


Though I guess this can only be said since we have the hinsight.

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Re: ? - Shuangquxian-1 - Jiuquan - July 10, 2024 (~23:40 UTC)
« Reply #15 on: 07/11/2024 02:34 am »
Man I do feel bad for I-Space I wonder if it would be better if they go Landspace route where after failing their first solid fuel rocket they invest most of their resource in liquid fuel rocket.

I feel like that is better than having investor loosing confident after so many failure
It's an interesting idea, but it needs more funds to achieve. I-Space is not as good at financing as landspace
I guess so. It seems despite all the failure, they still have enough resource to continue develop Hyperbola-3.

So I feel like if they give up on solid fuel rocket early they could use their title of first private Chinese company to reach orbit as well as attracting more investor through showing their plan for resuable rocket more and more. All of this without building negative connotetation consecutive failure and low success rate they end up having by sticking with their solid fuel rocket.


Though I guess this can only be said since we have the hinsight.

It's a great idea, but the actual situation is more complicated. Due to limited demand, the Chinese market actually lacks interest in faclon9-level rockets before the GUOWANG project. You can see that all these rocket projects are designed for satellite Internet projects after the GUOWANG project is confirmed. Therefore, it is normal to work hard on solid rockets.

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What is the source of the information about the launch failure and also about the payloads that were on board?

https://www.ithome.com/0/781/018.htm (also has a launch video)
https://m.weibo.cn/detail/5054897160716324 says the satellites are Yunyao-1 nos. 15-17.
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« Last Edit: 07/11/2024 04:10 am by Galactic Penguin SST »
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https://twitter.com/cnsawatcher/status/1811275171409412435

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Interstellar Glory’s rocket mission failed due to anomaly in fourth stage. Investigation underway for specific reasons. Hyperbolic-1 Y8 launch at UTC 23:40 July 10 from Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center faced abnormal flight. Source:m.weibo.cn/status/On2Gxxk…

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https://www.ithome.com/0/781/018.htm (also has a launch video)
https://m.weibo.cn/detail/5054897160716324 says the satellites are Yunyao-1 nos. 15-17.
In May, Yunyao 15 through 17 were planned for sea launch from Shandong/Haiyang.
The Jiuquan launch topic was https://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=61074.0 BTW.
« Last Edit: 07/11/2024 08:09 am by Liss »
This message reflects my personal opinion based on open sources of information.

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