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SpaceX Starlink flight 1 - Falcon 9-072 (B1048.4) - CCAFS SLC-40 - 24.05.2019, 02:30 UTC
 
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STARLINK MISSION
On Thursday, May 23 at 10:30 p.m. EDT SpaceX launched 60 Starlink satellites from Space Launch Complex 40 (SLC-40) at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida. SpaceX’s Starlink is a next-generation satellite network capable of connecting the globe, especially reaching those who are not yet connected, with reliable and affordable broadband internet services.

Falcon 9’s first stage for this mission previously supported the Telstar 18 VANTAGE mission in September 2018 and the Iridium-8 mission in January 2019. Following stage separation, SpaceX landed Falcon 9’s first stage on the “Of Course I Still Love You” droneship, which was stationed in the Atlantic Ocean. Approximately one hour and two minutes after liftoff, the Starlink satellites were deployed at an altitude of 440km. They then used onboard propulsion to reach an operational altitude of 550km.
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Теперь и на индивидуальной станичке - https://www.spacex.com/news/2019/05/24/starlink-mission
Изменено: tnt22 - 24.05.2019 22:06:33
 
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24 МАЯ, 06:48
SpaceX сообщила об успешном выводе в космос 60 спутников Starlink

НЬЮ-ЙОРК, 24 мая. /ТАСС/. Американская компания SpaceX ("Спейс-экс") в четверг вывела в космос 60 спутников проекта Starlink ("Старлинк"). Об этом говорится в "Твиттере" компании Илона Маска.

"Успешный вывод 60 спутников Starlink подтвержден", - информировали в SpaceX. Компания сравнивает группировку спутников с колодой карт, свободно парящей в космическом пространстве. Согласно трансляции, аппараты начали медленно отделяться друг от друга.

На этом трансляция миссии прекратилась. SpaceX обещала публиковать на своем сайте информацию о дальнейшем передвижении спутников к заданной орбите.

Старт носителя Falcon-9 ("Фэлкон-9") с пускового комплекса 40 на базе ВВС США на мысе Канаверал (штат Флорида) состоялся в 22:30 по времени Восточного побережья США (05:30 мск пятницы). SpaceX планировала вывести спутники на орбиту на высоте 440 км приблизительно через один час и две минуты после запуска. Впоследствии аппараты достигнут заданной высоты 550 км, используя двигатели малой тяги.
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Chris B - NSF‏ @NASASpaceflight 9 мин. назад

And it would only be right to add his updated article on that very mission he also attended to this RT.

https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2019/05/first-starlink-mission-heaviest-payload-launch-spacex/
 
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45th Space Wing‏Подлинная учетная запись @45thSpaceWing 2 ч. назад

30 years after the invention of the World Wide Web, we launched Starlink to provide better access to the internet around the globe! Congrats to the 45th Space Wing men & women and @SpaceX for a successful launch! We are the World's #PremierGatewaytoSpace!
 
Видео от 45-го КК (полигон) - из Мордокниги
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Открыт официальный сайт starlink.com
 
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SpaceX | Successful deployment of 60 Starlink satellites confirmed!

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Опубликовано: 23 мая 2019 г.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LumdiRneEo4 (3:34)
 
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Elon Musk‏Подлинная учетная запись @elonmusk 21:41 PDT - 23 мая 2019 г.

В ответ @SpaceX

All 60 Starlink satellites online, solar array deployment coming up soon


21:42 PDT - 23 мая 2019 г.

В ответ @elonmusk @SpaceX

Krypton ion thrusters activate in about 3 hours to raise orbit
 
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Elon Musk‏Подлинная учетная запись @elonmusk 4 мин. назад

В ответ @SpaceX

Fairing halves recovered


Изменено: tnt22 - 24.05.2019 07:52:09
 
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Ken Kremer‏ @ken_kremer 5 мин. назад

1st Streak shot from tonights gorgeous and crackling loud @SpaceX #Starlink launch on #Falcon9 at 1030 PM ET - from ITL causeway on #CCAFS with water reflection. #Starlink1 60 sats successfully deployed

 
Отказались от сеток и все стало получаться.
Aures habent et non audient, oculos habent et non videbunt
 
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24 МАЯ, 09:43
Маск подтвердил, что запущенные 60 спутников Starlink находятся в рабочем состоянии

Глава SpaceX отметил, что развертывание солнечных батарей начнется в ближайшее время

ТАСС, 24 мая. Выведенные в космос в четверг компанией SpaceX 60 спутников проекта Starlink находятся в рабочем состоянии. Об этом на своей странице в Twitter сообщил глава компании, предприниматель Илон Маск.

"Все 60 спутников Starlink находятся в режиме онлайн", - написал он. Маск также отметил, что "развертывание солнечных батарей начнется в ближайшее время".
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Astro Cat пишет:
Чет я не понял. Мандула со спутниками вся отделилась. Я то думал ступень будет закручена вокруг оси и начнет по одному их "отстреливать" за счет центробежной силы.
Там несколько сомнительных моментов.

1) видеоряд прервался аккурат во время отделения ПН, причем объяснение было - дескать ожидаемый перерыв в трансляции. Так не бывает ;) Я бы сказал - прервали дабы не смущать народ.

2) полное отсутствие запланированной (если верить Маску) раскрутки. Кассета отделилась, стягивающие тросы вытянулись-смотались, а дальше оно полетело одной большой кучей. Взаимная гравитация может тут сыграть интересную штуку во время разворачивания СБ.
 
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tnt22 пишет:
размещение на орбите всех 11 тыс. спутников и ввод их в эксплуатацию обойдется в $10 млрд.
По 900 000 дол. на спутник
 
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Marcus Cote‏ @marcuscotephoto 1 ч. назад

Through the lightning tower-- #Falcon9 lifts from SLC-40 for the third time last night and successfully lands aboard SpaceX's droneship #OCISLY. Here's a photo from our sound-activated camera placed at the launch pad. (@marcuscotephoto / Space Coast Times)
#Starlink #SpaceX

 
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John Kraus‏ @johnkrausphotos 50 мин. назад

The first 60 #SpaceX #Starlink satellites beam into orbit at 10:30 P.M. yesterday evening! Long exposure photograph taken from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.

 
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Trevor Mahlmann‏ @TrevorMahlmann 1 ч. назад

Space laser My first attempt at a long exposure from the launch pad! Definitely room for improvement, but glad I have the maths right on level of exposure. //:https://www.tmahlmann.com/photos/Rockets/SpaceX/SpaceX-Starlink/i-bScRw7t/ …

 
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Jonathan McDowell‏Подлинная учетная запись @planet4589 5 мин. назад

Launch plus 12 hours; no TLEs for the Starlink launch yet.
 
Фото с сайта SpaceX

 
https://spaceflightnow.com/2019/05/24/spacexs-first-60-starlink-broadband-satellites-deployed-in-orbit/
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SpaceX’s first 60 Starlink broadband satellites deployed in orbit
May 24, 2019 | Stephen Clark


A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket lifts off Thursday night fr om pad 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida. Credit: SpaceX

SpaceX successfully delivered the first 60 members of the company’s Starlink broadband satellite fleet to orbit Thursday night after a launch fr om Cape Canaveral.

The 60 small satellites, each with a flat-panel design and built by an in-house SpaceX team, will be joined by hundreds more Starlink craft over the next year to fill out the network’s preliminary constellation. Eventually, SpaceX says thousands of Starlink satellites may be launched to provide high-speed Internet services to consumers around the world.

Thursday night’s launch fr om Cape Canaveral was the first mission dedicated to the multibillion-dollar Starlink project.

“This is one of the hardest engineering projects I’ve ever seen done, and it’s been executed really well,” said Elon Musk, SpaceX’s founder and CEO, during a press briefing last week. “There is a lot of new technology here, and it’s possible that some of these satellites may not work, and in fact a small possibility that all the satellites will not work.

“We don’t want to count anything until it’s hatched, but these are, I think, a great design and we’ve done everything we can to maximize the probability of success,” he said.

A 229-foot-tall (70-meter) Falcon 9 rocket took off from Cape Canaveral’s Complex 40 launch pad at 10:30 p.m. EDT Thursday (0230 GMT Friday) to begin the journey into orbit atop 1.7 million pounds of thrust from nine Merlin main engines.

SpaceX tried to launch the mission twice last week, but unfavorable upper level winds forced the team to call off one launch attempt. Then SpaceX scrubbed another countdown the next day to allow time for engineers to upd ate the software on the Starlink satellites, delaying the mission by a week.

Heading northeast from Florida’s Space Coast, the launcher’s first stage finished its job on the mission in two-and-a-half minutes, then separated and accomplished an on-target propulsive landing on SpaceX’s drone ship in the Atlantic Ocean.

The landing punctuated the booster’s third flight, following successful launches and recoveries last September and in January. SpaceX could refurbish and reuse the rocket again.

Recovery teams in the Atlantic also retrieved the two-part nose cone from the Falcon 9 rocket, which fell into the sea under parachutes. SpaceX has not yet re-flown a payload fairing.

The Falcon 9’s second stage engine shut down just shy the flight’s nine-minute point, and the rocket coasted across the Atlantic, over Europe and the Middle East, then reignited its Merlin engine for a brief maneuver to nudge the Starlink satellites into a targeted orbit 273 miles (440 kilometers) above Earth.

The rocket commanded release of the 60 Starlink satellites, each weighing around 500 pounds (227 kilograms), at 11:32 p.m. EDT (0332 GMT) as the launcher soared over a ground station in Tasmania. Live video transmitted through the tracking station showed the satellites flying free of the Falcon 9’s second stage, backdropped by the curvature of the Earth.

Stacked together inside the payload shroud of the Falcon 9 rocket, the 60 satellites weighed 15 tons (13,620 kilograms), making the cargo on Thursday night’s launch the heaviest ever lofted into orbit by SpaceX. The new mass record bested the weight of SpaceX’s fully-fueled Crew Dragon spacecraft, which launched March 2 on an unpiloted test flight to the International Space Station.

Musk described the unique Starlink separation scheme in a pre-launch press briefing.

“It will be a little bit different looking deployment than people are used to,” Musk told reporters last week. “It’s going to be a very slow deployment wh ere we rotate the stage, and each of the satellites on the stack has a slightly different amount of rotational inertia.”

Live video from a camera on-board the upper stage showed the rocket begin a spin maneuver just before the deployment. The 60 flat-panel satellites separated in a clump, instead of one-at-a-time or in pairs, as spacecraft often do when releasing from the launch vehicle.

“So there’s not actually a spring-based or specific deployment mechanism per satellite,” Musk said. The satellites will kind of be deployed, it’s almost like spreading a deck of cards on a table. This will be kind of weird compared to normal satellite deployments.”

The Starlink satellites could be seen slowly dispersing soon after separating from the Falcon 9, before SpaceX ended its live webcast of the mission. The upper stage later conducted a deorbit burn to drop back into the atmosphere and burn up.

Musk tweeted after Thursday night’s launch that all 60 Starlink satellites were “online.” He said the satellites were expected to extend their power-generating solar panels and activate their ion thrusters within a few hours.

Each satellite carries a krypton ion propulsion system and Ku-band antennas to continue in-orbit demonstrations of SpaceX’s planned broadband network, which may eventually number up to 12,000 small relay stations in low Earth orbit.
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