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Здесь пишут что Антарес стоит 80-85 млн.
NEPTUNE NS $0,25M0,04 тССО; 310 км
ALASA $1M0,045 тНЗО
Vector Wolverine $2-3M0,035 тССО
GO Launcher 2 $2,5M0,03 т30°; 425 км
INTREPID-1 $5,4M0,376 тССО; 500 км
Куайчжоу $6M0,43 тССО; 500 км
Electron $6,95M0,1 тССО; 500 км
Firefly α $8M0,4 тНЗО
LauncherOne <$10M0,2 тCCО
SOAR $10,5M0,25 тНЗО
SPARK (Super Strypi) $12-15M0,25 тССО; 400 км
Minotaur I $12,5M0,335тССО; 740 км
Shavit 1 $15M0,35 т90°; 240X600 км
Athena I $17M0,36 тССО; 800 км
Minotaur IV $20M1,075тССО; 700 км
Рокот / Бриз-КМ (Федер.) $21M1,15 тССО; 700 км
Союз 2-1б (Федер.) $23M8,35 т51,8°; 200 км
Союз-2-1В/БВ Волга $25M1,4 тССО; 835 км
Long March 2C $25M1,4 тССО; 600 км
Long March 2D $25M1,3 т ССО; 600 км
PSLV-CA $29,3M1,2 тССО; 630 км
Днепр $30M0,8 тССО; 700 км
PSLV-XL $31,5M1,75 тССО; 630 км
Taurus XL $35M0,93 тССО; 700 км
Pegasus XL $36-40M0,225тССО; 700 км
Epsilon $38M0,45 тССО; 500 км
Рокот / Бриз-КМ (Eurockot) $39M-$45M1,15 тССО; 700 км
Vega (2015) $41M1,5 тССО; 700 км
GSLV Mark 2 $45M2,5 тГПО dV=1800 м/с
Союз 2-1б / Фрегат МТ (Федер.) $47M4,6 тССО; 820 км
Союз 2-1а / Фрегат (Starsem) $50M4,2 тССО; 820 км
Днепр (Iridium 2G) $51,8M0,8 тССО; 700 км
Зенит 3SLБ / ДМ SLБ $60M4,5 тГПО dV=1800 м/с
Long March 3A $60M2,6 тГПО dV=1800 м/с
Long March 4B $60M2,3 тССО
Long March 4C $60M2,9 тССО
Falcon 9 v1.2 (2016) $62M5,3 тГПО dV=1800 м/с
Протон М / Бриз М (Федер.) <$65M3,7 тГCО
Протон М / ДМ-03 (Федер.) <$65M3,0 тГСО
Протон М / Бриз М (ILS) ~$656,5 тГПО dV=1500 м/с
Long March 3B $70M5,1 тГПО dV=1800 м/с
Long March 3BE ~$70M5,5 тГПО dV=1800 м/с
Long March 3C $70M3,8 т ГПО dV=1800 м/с
Союз СТБ / Фрегат МТ $80M4,9 тССО; 820 км
Antares 230 $80-85M6,7 т51,6°; 200 км
Зенит 3SL / ДМ SL $80-90M6,5 тГПО dV=1500 м/с
Falcon 9 v1.2 (Air Force GPS III, 2016) $82,7M3,68 т55°; 20200 км
Falcon 9 v1.1 (AMOS 6, 2015) $85M5,5 тГПО dV=1800 м/с
Falcon 9 v1.1 (NLS II) $87M4,85 тГПО dV=1800 м/с
Falcon Heavy (2016) $90Mдо 8 тГПО dV=1800 м/с
Falcon 9 v1.1 (Air Force 2015) $97M4,85 тГПО dV=1800 м/с
H-IIA 202 $98M 4,0 тГПО dV=1800 м/с
H-IIA 204 $98M6,0 тГПО dV=1800 м/с
Vulcan (2019) <$100MГПО dV=1800 м/с
Ariane 62 $102M5,0 тГПО dV=1500 м/с
Ariane 64 $120M10,0 тГПО dV=1500 м/с
Atlas V 401 (NLS II, 2015) $132.4M4,75 тГПО dV=1800 м/с
Falcon Heavy (2012) $135M21,2 тГПО dV=1800 м/с
Delta II 7320-10С ~$140M1,6 тССО; 833 км
Delta II 7920-10С ~$140M3,0 тССО; 833 км
Delta IV Medium+(4,2) (2014) $164M6,39 тГПО dV=1800 м/с
Atlas V 501 (2014) ~$164M3,78 тГПО dV=1800 м/с
Falcon Heavy (Air Force 2015) $165M21,2 тГПО dV=1800 м/с
Atlas V 511 (2015) ~$175M5,25 тГПО dV=1800 м/с
Atlas V 521 (2015) ~$175M6,48 тГПО dV=1800 м/с
Atlas V 431 (2015) ~$175M7,7 тГПО dV=1800 м/с
Atlas V 531 (2015) ~$175M7,45 тГПО dV=1800 м/с
Atlas V 541 (2015) ~$175M8,29 тГПО dV=1800 м/с
Atlas V 551 (2015) ~$175M8,9 тГПО dV=1800 м/с
H-II B $182M16,5 т30,4°; 300 км
Атлас V 541 (MSL) $195М4,75 т11,2 км/с
Атлас V 551 (New Horizons) $213М0,478т16,21 км/с
Delta IV M+ (5,2) (2014) ~$225M5,49 тГПО dV=1800 м/с
Delta IV Medium+ (5,4) (2014) ~$225M7,3 тГПО dV=1800 м/с
Ariane 5 ES $225M20,0 т51,6°; 300 км
Ariane 5 ECA $225M9,5 тГПО dV=1500 м/с
Атлас V 541 (Mars 2020) $243М4,75 т11,2 км/с
Delta IV Heavy (2015) $389M 14,220тГПО dV=1800 м/с
Изменено: Salo - 26.08.2016 01:26:53
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Eutelsat and ABS paid less than $30 million a piece to launch their satellites on the Falcon 9, officials said.
По поводу прошлогодней пары электросатов. Надеюсь больше ни у кого нет сомнений в реальности цены на сайте?
Изменено: Apollo13 - 02.06.2016 13:13:10
Изменено: Salo - 03.06.2016 15:31:41
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Mission Cost:
$5.4 Million (USD)
$14,362/kg (500km Sun Synchronous Orbit)
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Vector intends to offer small satellite companies the capability to launch within three months of demand into any desired orbit from Kodiak Launch Complex in Alaska or Cape Canaveral in Florida. Launch costs will range from $2 million to $3 million (£1.5 to £2.2 million).
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Jeff Foust ‏@jeff_foust
Charania: sticking to price point of “less than $10M” for 200 kg to sun-synchronous orbit. #smallsat
 15:49 - 8 авг. 2016 г.  
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James Dean ‏@flatoday_jdean  1 ч1 час назад  
NASA awards ULA $243 million contract to launch the Mars 2020 rover on an Atlas V 541 rocket from Cape Canaveral.
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Peter B. de Selding ‏@pbdes  
Ukraine's Yuzhnoye gets Ukraine govt OK to explore Cyclone 4 launch sites in USA&Canada. Target retail price: $45M for 3,700kg sat to SSO.
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pnetmon пишет:
было уже или нет по цене
Florian Marmuse ‏@plasmarmuse  
Presentation of #Ariane6 by @esa.
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Изготовление и поставка трех разгонных блоков "Фрегат" с переходными отсеками для запуска космических аппаратов системы ГЛОНАСС 1 473 367 750 ,00 Российский рубль
Изменено: Salo - 03.10.2016 16:00:30
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Интересно, как долго еще будут проводиться конкурсы на изготовление и поставку Протонов
Вот АвтоВАЗ подал бы заявку по демпинговой цене, выиграл - и что Роскосмос делать будет?

Извещение о проведении открытого конкурса от 26.09.2016 №0995000000216000116

Изготовление и поставка ракеты-носителя «Протон-М» для запуска космического аппарата «ЭкзоМарс» № 2

Начальная (максимальная) цена контракта 1 795 978 000,00
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Space insurers warn that current low rates are not sustainable
by Peter B. de Selding — October 10, 2016

The May 2015 loss of the Centenario mobile communications satellite, to be part of Mexico's MexSat system, resulted in a claim of $390.7 million and an a break-even year at best for space insurers. But the influx of new insurance capacity has nonetheless kept launch insurance rates at historic lows. Credit: Boeing

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia —  Satellite insurers on Oct. 5 said the Sept. 1 failure of a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket while preparing a static-fire test, which destroyed a $200 million satellite, wiped out 20 years of insurance premiums for prelaunch coverage and will almost surely result in a sharp rate increase.
But they said the classic space insurance market — covering the moment fr om a rocket’s ignition through a satellite’s in-orbit life — is unlikely to be affected by the Falcon 9 explosion because it is managed by a different set of insurance underwriters.
These insurers warned that space underwriters are playing a dangerous game of chicken in allowing launch and in-orbit insurance rates to continue to fall to a point wh ere a single failure of a European Ariane 5 rocket carrying two telecommunications satellites would wipe out most of a full year’s premium payments.
Addressing the APSCC 2016 conference here, insurers said the Sept. 1 SpaceX failure, which destroyed Israel-based Spacecom’s Amos-6 satellite, will come as a rude awakening to the cargo and marine insurers who typically cover prelaunch events.
“These guys think they are insuring containers and that’s about it,” one space insurance official said. “I’m not sure they ever considered that the containers carry high-value satellites, or that these policies cover rocket static fire tests.”

Prelaunch rates could double after SpaceX failure

John Munro, global chief executive of Marsh, a major space insurance broker, said the Amos-6 loss will force rates up for prelaunch coverage.
“We expect launch rates to increase, maybe by 100 percent,” Munro said, adding that the entire prelaunch insurance market generates only about $10 million to $12 million in premiums per year. “Underwriters will want to review some of the terms and conditions they have insured before — particularly the hot-fire test, which we would exclude under a traditional premium policy.”
Munro said space insurance underwriters would refuse to accept coverage for the prevailing rates in the prelaunch market, which may be one reason for the traditional separation of the prelaunch and post-launch insurance communities.
Munro did not mention it, but the severe damage suffered by Japan’s Superbird-8/DSN-1 telecommunications satellite en route to its launch site earlier this year is another example of a risk borne outside the traditional space insurance market.
As a result, there have been no claims for launch or satellite-related damages in 2016, an unusually calm year even if satellite fleet operator Intelsat ultimately files a claim for the shortened in-orbit life of its Intelsat IS-33e satellite because of a defective propulsion system.

Launch insurance costs down by 60% despite lackluster 2015

The good news so far in 2016 is offset by the fact that the cost of insurance covering a satellite’s launch and first year in orbit is at an historic low of around 5 percent, some 60 percent less than the rate 10 years ago.
The reason: The continued success of the Ariane 5 rocket, whose last failure was in 2002, and the fact that space insurance underwriting has generated good profit over the years. The promise of easy money has attracted many new underwriters, who now compete for a place in the policies of the biggest operators such as Intelsat, SES, Eutelsat and Inmarsat.
“Ariane 5 insurance rates are around the 4 percent mark,” said Russell Sawyer, executive director of Willis Towers Watson’s Inspace brokerage. “If you had talked about launch and in-orbit rates being that low 15 years ago, everybody would have thought you were crazy.”
SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket can be insured for only slightly higher rates than Ariane 5. Russia’s Proton vehicle, which has suffered multiple failures in the past five years, is insured at around triple the rate for Ariane 5, according to figures produced by underwriter SCOR Global.
Launch insurance rates have remained low despite the fact that 2015 was either a loss-making year for space underwriters or one with a wafer-thin profit, depending on how the failures are attributed on insurers’ books.
In 2015, Mexico’s MexSat, insured for $390.7 million, failed in a Proton launch. Egypt’s EgyptSat-2 Earth observation satellite, insured for $75 million, failed in orbit. A SpaceX Falcon 9 failure destroyed an International Space Station cargo vessel, resulting in a claim of $38.7 million.
“The overall message is that the space insurers didn’t actually make any money from your industry,” Sawyer said.
The relatively claims-free year so far in 2016 promises a profitable year for underwriters, but the total premium volume may end up between $450 million and $600 million, depending on when SpaceX returns to flight after the Sept. 1 incident. That would be a multi-year low for the industry.

In-orbit rates touching record lows, too

It’s not just the cost of launches and the first year in orbit, typically bundled into a single policy, that has dropped. Annual insurance premiums for satellites more than one year into their orbital lives have also collapsed, to as low as 0.4 percent from 2.5 percent a few years ago.
These rates appear to be holding despite the in-orbit loss of the Amos-5 satellite in 2015, whose $158.5 million claim wiped out about two years of market premiums for in-orbit coverage, said Stephane Rives, senior underwriter at SCOR. “For a standard satellite in good health you can find rates at 0.4 percent, which is really unbelievable compared to a couple of years ago,” Rives said.
Space underwriters in the past have been able to charge premiums that allowed them to absorb two or three rocket failures in a given year.

Worries about coming all-new commercial rocket lineup

Not only is that no longer the case — two failures could force the entire market into an annual loss — but the industry is also preparing for a nearly complete changeout of launch vehicles as new-generation rockets are introduced.
Denis Bensoussan, head of space risks at underwriter Beazley, said insurers have never before faced such an industry-wide generational change of rockets, a worry given that new rockets tend to fail more frequently than flight-proven vehicles.
“We have been able to insure maiden flights and returns to flight [following a failure] in the past,” Bensoussan said. “This is the first time we have faced new launch vehicles introduced to this extent. Look at the historical probability of failure for new vehicles, and then multiply that by five or six — the number of new vehicles we are facing. The probability of failure is substantially bigger than in the past.”
Изменено: Salo - 10.10.2016 17:42:00
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ZOOR пишет:
Вот АвтоВАЗ подал бы заявку по демпинговой цене, выиграл - и что Роскосмос делать будет?
Ждать пока Автоваз сделает ракету... Ну, примерно как Омск Ангару...
И мы пошли за так, на четвертак, за ради бога
В обход и напролом и просто пылью по лучу...
Alex_II пишет:
Ну, примерно как Омск Ангару...
попрошу не наезжать!
что тут наезжать если в недавнем номере НК ген. дир. Омска пишет, что ему кругом Спецстрой виноват и на плановые объемы УРМ он выйдет к 2020
kroton пишет:
и на плановые объемы УРМ он выйдет к 2020
Пусть хоть на неплановые выйдет - штук 5 в год  :evil:
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Jeff Foust ‏@jeff_foust 16 мин.16 минут назад
$62M for a 2018 launch under SpaceX’s “standard payment plan”: http://bit.ly/2gjerNs
Jeff Foust добавил(а),
Jaime C @cebri1
@jeff_foust what's the usual price of a F9?

Jeff Foust ‏@jeff_foust 24 мин.24 минуты назад
Note that price includes not just the launch but payload processing and other services; still much higher than the list price for a F9.

Jeff Foust ‏@jeff_foust 26 мин.26 минут назад
SpaceX wins NASA contract to launch the Surface Water and Ocean Topography mission in 2021 on Falcon 9, for $112M:
NASA Selects Launch Services for Global Surface Water Survey Mission

NASA has sel ected Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX) of Hawthorne, California, to provide launch services for the agency’s Surface Water and Ocean Topography (SWOT) mission. Launch is targeted for April 2021 on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket fr om Space Launch Complex 4E at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California.
The total cost for NASA to launch SWOT is approximately $112 million, which includes the launch service; spacecraft processing; payload integration; and tracking, data and telemetry support.
Изменено: Salo - 23.11.2016 01:12:06
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