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alex mankevich Nov 30
Postponed launch of the Arianespace rocket on Nov. 30th from the Guiana Space Center to orbit the Falcon Eye 2 satellite. An attempt to launch will be made tomorrow Dec. 01, 2020.
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Stéphane Israël Dec 1
I applaud the and teams for their contributions to today’s success.
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alex mankevich Dec 1
UP, UP and AWAY! Success at last for launching the Arianespace Soyuz rocket on Dec. 1st from the Guiana Space Center to orbit the Falcon Eye 2 satellite. This is the 8th mission launched by in 2020. Image credit: Arianespace video.
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Stéphane Israël Dec 1
Flight also continued our strong relationship with co-prime contractor . is the 164th satellite built by the company to be launched on an mission – with five more already in our order book!
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Tyler Gray Nov 29
RED on the board for weather. Countdown still green - is hoping the conditions will clear up before launch, but if not, the countdown will be stopped.
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Arianespace Nov 28
Flight : will launch from the Guiana Space Center with on its eighth mission of 2020. Read the press release:
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Arianespace Nov 29
has decided to postpone Flight due to a “red” status due to weather during the mission’s final launch chronology. More information will come soon.
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Arianespace Nov 29
’s Flight w/ will lift off TODAY from the Spaceport in French Guiana. Check your local time and follow along online!
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Tyler Gray Nov 29
Last look at and on the pad as begins to stand down from tonight’s launch attempt due to inclement weather. Another launch opportunity is available tomorrow evening (instantaneous window), but still going to keep an eye on the conditions.
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Tyler Gray Dec 1
booster separation confirmed! Nothing like a good Korolev Cross to start the mission.
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Thomas Burghardt Nov 30
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Stéphane Israël Dec 1
A new success for ! The workhorse launcher has deployed the United Arab Emirates’ satellite in orbit on Flight . Congratulations and thank you to all our partners!
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Thomas Burghardt Nov 29
SCRUB due to weather.
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Tyler Gray Dec 1
Ignition and LIFTOFF!
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aSkyFullOfStars ✨🚀🌊 Dec 1
3rd time’s a charm. Beautiful liftoff!
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Susanne Auer 🇪🇺 Nov 28
Mark the date: 🚀 🇦🇪Falcon Eye 2, high-resolution optical reconnaissance 🛰️ Launch on: 30th Nov 01:33 UTC 30th Nov 02:33 CET 29th Nov 08:33 pm EST
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Tyler Gray Dec 1
now heading uphill with the spacecraft for the United Arab Emirates. All looking good as the vehicle passes through Max-Q.
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Tyler Gray Dec 1
First Fregat burn has concluded - looked to be a good burn. Now it’s time for a 37-minute long coast phase before the second Fregat engine burn at approximately T+54 minutes 51 seconds.
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Gene J. Mikulka Dec 1
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Tyler Gray Dec 1
Core stage separation and Fregat engine ignition have been confirmed. Fregat’s engine is now burning to take to an initial parking orbit. This burn should conclude at just over 17 minutes into the flight.
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