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http://rocketcrafters.space/products-services/intrepid-launcher-family/intrepid-1/
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Capability:
376kg to 500km 96° Sun Synchronous Orbit
250kg to 750km 90° Polar Orbit
220kg to 750km 96° Sun Synchronous Orbit

Mission Cost:
$9 Million (USD)
$23,936/kg (500km Sun Synchronous Orbit)
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НазваниеСтоимостьПНОрбита
NEPTUNE NS $0,25M0,0064т 90°; 310 км
ALASA $1M0,045 т НЗО
Spyder $1M0,009 т НЗО
Vector-R $1.5M0,066 т НЗО
Vector-RE1 $2M0,035 т CCО; 800 км
GO Launcher 2 $2,5M0,03 т 30°; 425 км
Vector-H~$3M0,16 т НЗО
VLM$3M0,16 т НЗО
Куайчжоу KZ-1 $6M0,43 т ССО; 500 км
Electron $6,95M0,1 т ССО; 500 км
Landspace LS-1 $8M0,4 т ССО; 500 км
Куайчжоу KZ-1A $9M0,25 т ССО; 500 км
INTREPID-1 $9M0,376 т ССО; 500 км
SPARK (Super Strypi) $9,6M0,25 т ССО; 400 км
CZ-11 $10M0,435 т ССО; 500 км
LauncherOne $12M>0,3т CCО; 500 км
Minotaur I $12,5M0,335тССО; 740 км
Shavit 1 $15M0,35 т90°; 240X600 км
Athena I $17M0,36 тССО; 800 км
Днепр $20M0,8 тССО; 700 км
Рокот / Бриз-КМ (Федер.) $21M1,15 тССО; 700 км
Союз 2-1б (Федер.) $23M8,35 т51,8°; 200 км
Minotaur IV $23,6M1,075тССО; 700 км
Союз-2-1В/БВ Волга $25M1,4 тССО; 835 км
CZ-2C $25M1,4 т ССО; 600 км
CZ-2D $25M1,3 т ССО; 600 км
PSLV-CA $29,3M1,2 т ССО; 630 км
PSLV-XL $31,5M1,75 т ССО; 630 км
Minotaur-C (Taurus XL) $35M0,93 т ССО; 700 км
Epsilon $38M0,45 т ССО; 500 км
Рокот / Бриз-КМ (Eurockot) $39M-$45M1,15 тССО; 700 км
Vega (2015) $44M1,5 т ССО; 700 км
Циклон-4М $45M3,35 тССО; 700 км
GSLV Mark 2 $45M2,5 т ГПО 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
Pegasus XL $56,3M0,225тССО; 700 км
Зенит 3SLБ / ДМ SLБ $60M4,5 т ГПО dV=1800 м/с
CZ-3A $60M2,6 т ГПО dV=1800 м/с
CZ-4B $60M2,3 т ССО
CZ-4C $60M2,9 т ССО
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 т ГСО
Протон М / Бриз М (ILS) ~$656,5 т ГПО dV=1500 м/с
Falcon 9 v1.2 (Iridium Next, 2016) $67,9M5,3 т86.4°; 667 км
CZ-3B $70M5,1 т ГПО dV=1800 м/с
CZ-3BE ~$70M5,5 т ГПО dV=1800 м/с
CZ-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 т ГПО dV=1500 м/с
Ariane 62 $85M5,0 т ГПО dV=1500 м/с
Falcon 9 v1.1 (AMOS 6, 2015) $85M5,5 тГПО dV=1800 м/с
Vulcan-Centaur 504 (2020) $85M4,75 тГПО dV=1800 м/с
Falcon 9 v1.1 (NLS II) $87M4,85 т ГПО dV=1800 м/с
Falcon Heavy (2016) $90Mдо 8 т ГПО dV=1800 м/с
Falcon 9 v1.2 (USAF GPS-III, 2017) $96,5M3,68 т55°; 20200 км
Falcon 9 v1.1 (USAF 2015) $97M4,85 тГПО dV=1800 м/с
Falcon 9 v1.2 (Sentinel-6A, NLS-II, 2017) $97M1,4 т66°; 1336 км
H-IIA 202 $98M 4,0 тГПО dV=1800 м/с
H-IIA 204 $98M6,0 т ГПО dV=1800 м/с
Atlas V 401 (2017) $109M4,767тГПО dV=1800 м/с
Atlas V 411 (2017) $115M5,964тГПО dV=1800 м/с
Atlas V 501 (2017) $120M3,778тГПО dV=1800 м/с
Atlas V 421 (2017) $123M6,903тГПО dV=1800 м/с
Atlas V 431 (2017) $130M7,715тГПО dV=1800 м/с
Atlas V 511 (2017) $130M5,248тГПО dV=1800 м/с
Ariane 64 $130M11,5 тГПО dV=1500 м/с
Atlas V 401 (JPSS-2, NLS-II, 2017) $132,4M2,93 тCCО; 824 км
Falcon Heavy (2012) $135M21,2 тГПО dV=1800 м/с
Atlas V 521 (2017) $135M6,477тГПО dV=1800 м/с
Delta II 7320-10С ~$140M1,6 тССО; 833 км
Delta II 7920-10С ~$140M3,0 тССО; 833 км
Atlas V 531 (2017) $140M7,448тГПО dV=1800 м/с
Atlas V 541 (2017) $145M8,287тГПО dV=1800 м/с
Atlas V 551 (2017) $153M8,899тГПО dV=1800 м/с
Atlas V 401 (Landsat-9, NLS-II, 2017) $153,8M2,623 т98,2°; 705 км
Delta IV Medium+(4,2) (2014) $164M6,39 тГПО dV=1800 м/с
Falcon Heavy (Air Force 2015) $165M21,2 тГПО dV=1800 м/с
H-II B $182M16,5 т30,4°; 300 км
Атлас V 551 (USAF STP-3, 2017) $191,1МПОГСО
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 $240M20,0 т51,6°; 300 км
Ariane 5 ECA $240M9,5 тГПО dV=1500 м/с
Атлас V 541 (Mars 2020) $243М4,75 т11,2 км/с
Vulcan-Centaur 564 (2020) $260M ГПО dV=1800 м/с
Delta IV Heavy (2015) $389M 14,220тГПО dV=1800 м/с
Изменено: Salo - 18.02.2018 22:34:38
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Salo пишет:
Capability:
376kg to 500km 96° Sun Synchronous Orbit
250kg to 750km 90° Polar Orbit
220kg to 750km 96° Sun Synchronous Orbit
Мне так считается :) , что 96 град ССО имеет высоту 110 км. Высоковато они собрались.
Инженеру не положено знать цифровые значения (с) Старый
 
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Peter B. de Selding‏ @pbdes 3 ч. назад

Israel's @AMOSSpacecom purchases a @SpaceX launch for $50M (compensation deal for lost Amos-6), buys second for $62M.

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https://www.nasa.gov/press-release/nasa-awards-launch-services-contract-for-landsat-9-mission
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NASA has sel ected United Launch Services LLC (ULS) of Centennial, Colorado, to provide launch services for the Landsat 9 mission. The mission is currently targeted for a contract launch date of June 2021, while protecting for the ability to launch as early as December 2020, on an Atlas V 401 rocket fr om Space Launch Complex 3E at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California.
The total cost for NASA to launch Landsat 9 is approximately $153.8 million, which includes the launch service and other mission-related costs.
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Peter B. de Selding‏ @pbdes 9 ч.9 часов назад
For 2020 @SpaceX launch of 1,400-kg US-Euro Sentinel-6A/Jason Continuity ocean-altimetry sat, @NASA's paying $97M.
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https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/state-of-the-art-solid-rocket-motor-development-and-manufacturing-facility-completed-at-spaceport-america-300541779.html
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The new capability was created in part to support propulsion development of the UP Aerospace Spyder orbital launch vehicle. The Spyder rocket, under development in collaboration with NASA, is targeting a total launch cost of $1M for a 20-pound payload to Low Earth Orbit.
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http://satmagazine.com/story.php?number=1600200139
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Following the test of the N1 GTV launch vehicle, the IOS team will construct an orbital version of the N1, which consists of a single CPM 2.0 and two liquid upper-stages. It will be capable of placing a 14 pound (6.4 kg) payload into a 192 mi (310 km) polar orbit — perfect for the dedicated launch of the new 3U-CubeSat plus 1U propulsion system assemblies now trending in the smallsat industry.
As the N1 launch vehicle is 36 feet (11 meters) in length, and weighs only 5,400 lbs. (2449 kg), this will be the smallest orbital launch vehicle in the world. The NEPTUNE 1 is also the world’s lowest-cost orbital launch vehicle, with a base price of $250,000 (academic price) per launch to a circular polar orbit at 310 km. The same single Common Propulsion Module that powers the N1 can be bundled into groups of three, five, or eight to meet increased lift requirements for payloads weighing up to 500kgs (1,100-lbs).
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https://www.spaceintelreport.com/iridium-satellites-launches-track-now-focusing-cash-flow-stability/

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Iridium has purchased eight SpaceX Falcon 9 launches. The first seven were purchased in 2010 for $453.1 million in what was considered the best deal available anywhere on the market. The contract includes a relaunch in the event of a Falcon 9 failure.
An eighth launch was purchased in November 2016 for $67.9 million. The GFZ German Research Center is paying $31.8 million of this to launch two U.S.-German science satellites.

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The Bpifrance agreement obliges Iridium to purchase insurance for the satellites’ launches and their first year in orbit. After assuming some of the risk itself, and agreeing that no claim would be made until several satellites have failed, Iridium is paying a total premium of $118.2 million.
 
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Bryce Space Tech‏ @BryceSpaceTech 53m ago

In 2017, A record 23 launches were conducted under licenses issued by the FAA AST, the highest number since 1989 when the first licensed launch took place. Read more in the @FAANews 2018 Compendium: https://brycetech.com/reports.html #space #launch #FAACST2018 #FAASpace


FAA_Annual_Compendium_2018.pdf - 38.6 MB, 255 стр
 
Bryce_Smallsats_2018.pdf - 36.1 MB, 22 стр
 
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Bryce Space Tech‏ @BryceSpaceTech 9 февр.
Projected orbital launch vehicles that may be available for commercial use in the United States from the 2018 @FAANews Compendium of Commercial Space Transportation: https://brycetech.com/reports.html #FAASpace #space #launch @SpaceX @Virgin_Orbit @blueorigin @OrbitalATK @Stratolaunch
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Jeff Foust‏ @jeff_foust 7 ч.7 часов назад
Pustovyi: we can launch about 3,000 kg to sun synchronous orbits, target launch price of $45M. #CDSmallSat18
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Летать в космос необходимо. Жить - не необходимо.
 
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pnetmon пишет:
Аникей приводит в теме Роскосмоса
http://www.zakupki.gov.ru/epz/purchaseplanfz44/printForm/view.html?printFormId=11842538
 
https://www.defense.gov/News/Contracts/Contract-View/Article/1466539//

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United Launch Services, Centennial, Colorado, has been awarded a $354,811,947 firm-fixed-price contract for launch services to deliver the AFSPC-8 and AFSPC-12 satellites to their intended orbit. This contract provides launch vehicle production, mission integration/launch operations/spaceflight worthiness, mission unique activities, and mission unique options for the AFSPC-8 and AFSPC-12 missions. Work will be performed in Centennial, Colorado; Decatur, Alabama; and Cape Canaveral, Florida, and is expected to be complete by June 2020; and March 2020, respectively. This award is the result of a competitive acquisition and two offers were received. Fiscal 2017 and 2018 space procurement; and fiscal 2018 research, development, test, and evaluation funding in the amount of $354,811,947 will be obligated at the time of award. The Contracting Division, Launch Systems Enterprise Directorate, Space and Missile Systems Center, Los Angeles Air Force Base, California is the contracting activity (FA8811-18-C-0002).

Space Exploration Technologies Corp., Hawthorne, California, has been awarded a $290,594,130 firm-fixed-price contract for launch services to deliver the GPS III to its intended orbit. This contract provides launch vehicle production, mission integration/launch operations/spaceflight worthiness and mission unique activities for a GPS III mission, with options for two additional GPS III launch services. Work will be performed in Hawthorne, California; Cape Canaveral Air Force Space Station, Florida; and McGregor, Texas, and is expected to be complete by March 2020. This award is the result of a competitive acquisition and two offers were received. Fiscal 2017 and 2018 space procurement funding in the amount of $96,937,905 will be obligated at the time of award. The Contracting Division, Launch Systems Enterprise Directorate, Space and Missile Systems Center, Los Angeles Air Force Base, California is the contracting activity (FA8811-18-C-0001).
 
http://spacenews.com/is-the-cost-of-military-space-programs-going-up-or-down-depends-on-how-you-count/

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Is the cost of military space programs going up or down?

Depends on how you count
by Sandra Erwin — March 19, 2018



In three of the largest and costliest space programs — the AEHF communications satellites, the SBIRS missile-warning constellation and the evolved expendable launch vehicles — the Air Force claims to have brought prices down considerably.

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Air Force this month dropped its annual report on weapon acquisition programs for fiscal year 2017. It provides a snapshot of the service’s 465 programs of record, and projects acquisition priorities for fiscal years 2018 and 2019.
The report cites $13 billion in cost-savings since 2011 and lists a number of initiatives the Air Force is taking to speed up acquisition timelines and performance.
In three of the largest and costliest space programs — the AEHF communications satellites, the SBIRS missile-warning constellation and the evolved expendable launch vehicles — the Air Force claims to have brought prices down considerably.
The original per-unit cost of satellites 5 and 6 of the Advanced Extremely High Frequency system, which provides secure, jam-resistant communications for tactical and strategic missions, was $1.7 billion, the Air Force reported. The current cost is $1.3 billion per satellite, a 23 percent drop.
For the space-based infrared SBIRS satellites 5 and 6, the Air Force says the per-unit cost went down 12 percent — fr om $1.9 billion to $1.6 billion.
The Air Force reports a 23 percent price reduction for EELV launches — from $421 million in 2013 to $326 million currently. The Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle program provides space launch services for medium and heavy national security space missions.
But budget analysts are casting a skeptical eye on these metrics, suggesting that the Air Force picked favorable data points such as the cost of specific satellites in a constellation, instead of looking at the cost of the entire program.
On these three programs, the Air Force’s numbers are in sharp contrast to those of the congressional auditors of the Government Accountability Office. In the most recent annual report on space programs, GAO Director of Acquisition and Sourcing Management Cristina Chaplain looked at the expenses in each entire program and came up with results that show soaring costs.
GAO estimated the AEHF satellite program grew 118 percent and costs for SBIRS grew nearly 300 percent
For AEHF, the original program cost for a five-satellite system was projected at $6.9 billion, compared to the current cost of $15 billion for six satellites, according to the GAO report. And the EELV program’s original cost of $18.8 billion for 181 launches ballooned to $59.6 billion for 161 launches.
SBIRS at the beginning was expected to cost $5 billion for five satellites, and GAO calculated the total program cost is now $19.2 billion for six satellites.
In a statement to SpaceNews, Chaplain said there are “methodological differences” that explain why one report is showing favorable trends while the other not so much. For SBIRS and AEHF, the Air Force is only reporting on the fifth and sixth satellites, which were “block buys” under each program, she said. The Air Force is not including in its report the development and production costs of the first four satellites — and highly elliptical orbit payloads in the case of SBIRS — which is wh ere the bulk of the cost increases occurred and which make unit costs much higher, noted Chaplain. For EELV, likewise, the Air Force didn’t go to the beginning of the program to calculate initial costs. “It’s not clear what methodology it used for calculating current costs.”
The Air Force said the EELV acquisition strategy was amended in November 2016 and is being executed in two parts. The initial strategy set up a “block buy” deal with United Launch Alliance, “resulting in cost savings of $3.6 billion and stabilization of the industrial base,” the Air Force report said. The second phase introduced SpaceX as a competitor. “The Air Force continues to transition from a sole-source environment to a competitive environment with two or more launch providers.”
Compared to previous Air Force acquisition reports, the one for fiscal year 2017 has splashier charts and graphs, and was written in a reader-friendly format. An Air Force spokesman said this was the first time the Air Force purposely sought to deliver a “publicly digestible” report on its acquisition programs.
 
AEHF: 15 / 6 = 2.5 млрд.
SBIRS: 19.2 / 6 = 3.2 млрд.
EELV: 59.6 / 161 = 370 млн.
 
https://spaceflightnow.com/2018/03/20/ula-touts-new-vulcan-rocket-in-competition-with-spacex/
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Out-performing ULA’s current heavy lift booster, the three-core Delta 4, the Vulcan will be able to boost 80,000 pounds to low-Earth orbit or up to 35,900 pounds to the elliptical geosynchronous transfer orbits — GTOs — used by communications satellites bound for operational stations 22,300 above the equator.
The least powerful version of the new rocket, one without any solid-fuel boosters and an advanced upper stage known as ACES, is expected to sell for less than $100 million. The base version of ULA’s Atlas 5 rocket currently goes for about $109 million, Bruno said, while a heavy lift Delta 4 sells for about $350 million.
Even with six solid-fuel boosters and a large payload fairing, the most powerful version of the Vulcan will still cost “more like a quarter or a third of the cost of the Delta 4 Heavy,” Bruno said in the interview with CBS News.
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PH 2/138 - 746 802 600,00 рублей 00 копеек;
СЗБ 2/138 - 50 370 300,00 рублей 00 копеек;
БВ 14С46 - 317 443 500,00 рублей 00 копеек.

http://www.zakupki.gov.ru/223/purchase/public/download/download.html?id=9233024
http://www.zakupki.gov.ru/223/purchase/public/purchase/info/documents.html?noticeId=1669715
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PH 3/138 - 758 400 200,00 рублей 00 копеек;
СЗБ 3/138 - 49 754 500,00 рублей 00 копеек;
БВ 14С46 - 354 996 800,00 рублей 00 копеек.

http://www.zakupki.gov.ru/223/purchase/public/download/download.html?id=19004333
http://www.zakupki.gov.ru/223/purchase/public/purchase/info/documents.html?noticeId=3248479

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