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Iridium Corporate Sep 18
Did you know we've been hosting payloads on satellites for years? Read more about how our SVs have supported for years, and learn more about our newest HPL, , on ! 🛰️ 🛰️ 🛰️
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FlightAware Mar 26
Keep in mind that the constellation, which hosts the network, is only halfway to completion. The fact that we are already able to track such a long flight with no coverage gaps/estimated positions is incredible.
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Earth Dec 22
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For The Launch May 1
Get ready. Here is your May launch schedule 🚀🗓️: may 2: may 5: may 6: may 7: may 19: may 20: may 24: may ?:
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Roger Craig Smith Mar 29
Keep your eyes in the skies over the pacific tomorrow morning! Plume won't put on the same type of show as a sunset/sunrise adjacent launch, but you'll see 's flame from FAR away around SoCal!🚀🛰 Enjoy the best of science in the sky!
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Alasdair Allan Jul 22
You need to put Wednesday in your diary, it's going to be a double rocket day. With the launch of an with 4 satellites from Kourou at 11:25 UTC, followed by the launch of a and with 10 satellites at 11:39 UTC from Vandenberg. 🚀🚀
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Rockwell Collins Jul 24
NEWS: As the newest service provider, with we’re excited to deliver the next-generation L-band broadband solution to our commercial, biz & gov’t aviation customers.
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Roger Craig Smith Mar 30
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Iridium Corporate Sep 26
. shares that 5 of 6 orbital planes are entirely with just 6 SVs left to swap before the constellation is completely refreshed.
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Roger Craig Smith Mar 27
SoCal! More space geekery in our own backyard!🚀🛰 will be launching their carrying more into orbit in TWO DAYS. Scheduled for Thursday morning (7:19am) launch from as of now.
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Gilbert, Arizona Oct 3
. is a worldwide leader in aerospace and defense. At their facility, they are making history with the production of the satellites! 😯 🛰️ Check it out! 👇
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Kelly Ann Collins Dec 22
Replying to @elonmusk
Not gonna lie, at first, I thought this was it. The BIG one. 🚀🧐👀🤳😱😭🤯🤺
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Cosmic Carol Mar 30
Why have NOAA restricted streaming of this launch?
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Michael Sheetz Jul 25
Good note here from CEO Matt Desch after the company’s 7th successful launch: Going with for these launches saved Iridium “more than” $320 million, Desch says.
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Dan Mercer Apr 8
Congratulations to my Dad, Peter Mercer, for his perseverance & new membership of the small club of people to have actually completed the 🛰🌎 🛰 jigsaw puzzle ! If you’ve started it you’ll know just how hard it is 😁 !!!
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Loren Grush 9 Oct 17
Another successful landing!
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Collin Krum Mar 30
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Collin Krum Mar 29
Driving up to Vandenberg AFB early tomorrow morning for / launch attempt. I’m 0 for 3 on the Western Range this year, feeling like it’s time to change that.
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NASA Nate Jul 24
Double Header Tomorrow: Arianespace will launch Ariane 5 ES VA244 from French Guiana with 23-26 at 7:25am EDT and SpaceX Falcon 9 is set for 4:39 am PDT/7:39 am EDT from Vandenberg Air Force Base SLC-4E with .
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NASA Nate Jul 25
Lift-off of SpaceX Falcon 9 Block V in the fog from VAFB wth
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