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Chris G - NSF Nov 29
Sometimes, you just need a little mood lighting.
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Arianespace Dec 1
delivers FalconEye to orbit for the United Arab Emirates. Read the Mission Update:
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Thales Alenia Space Dec 2
Launch success for UAE’s FalconEye satellite  FalconEye will offer unprecedented Earth observation capability to UAE Government and economy.
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Arianespace Dec 1
With the liftoff now accomplished, will deploy its satellite passenger during a 58-minute flight sequence.
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Katya Pavlushchenko 13h
Do you remember the faulty valve that caused the delay of Soyuz ST-A launch from Kourou cosmodrome on 24.11? Seven more were found after a global check of all the assembled first stage boosters. All the defective components have been replaced.
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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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ESA space history Nov 26
26 November 1988, launch of TM-7, the joint Russian- French 22-day mission to space station with cosmonaut Jean-Loup Chrétien on board (Pic )
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Arianespace Nov 29
Flight : The mission with FalconEye has been delayed due to weather conditions. Soonest possible launch date is tomorrow, November 30, at 10:33 p.m. (local time in French Guiana). See the press release:
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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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Anatoly Zak Dec 2
rocket lifted off from Plesetsk carrying a trio of Gonerts communications satellites. Mission details:
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Anatoly Zak Nov 26
Mission officials to meet tomorrow morning in French Guiana to review readiness of a rocket for liftoff with the Falcon Eye-2 spy satellite scheduled for Saturnday night. CONTEXT:
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Arianespace Dec 1
Flight – our latest mission with the medium-lift – has departed the Spaceport with the satellite as its passenger! Press “play” to relive the liftoff:
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Anatoly Zak Dec 3
If I didn't miss anything, this morning's launch was the world's 100th orbital launch attempt in 2020 and the 14th Russian space launch (this year):
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Arianespace Nov 30
The final chronology is underway for today’s Flight with from the Spaceport in French Guiana. Follow this mission, with the FalconEye satellite, on and .
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Stéphane Israël Dec 1
I applaud the and teams for their contributions to today’s success.
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Arianespace Nov 29
The live broadcast for Flight will begin in approximately one hour on and .
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GLAVKOSMOS Nov 26
Head of : "I see a great potential of the for commercial space flights and private space companies". in cooperation with is happy to propose commercial space flight opportunities on to the in 2022-2023! 👨‍🚀👩‍🚀🚀
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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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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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Chris G - NSF Nov 30
Telemetry data transmission issue caused the scrub. 24 hour turnaround.
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