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Китайский космос
 
17 мая 2019 г. - После длительных испытаний CBERS-4A подготовлен к перелёту в Китай и ожидает отправки из аэропорта Сан-Хосе дос Кампос на Боинге-747 в Пекин. Вылет запланирован на 27 мая.

https://m.weibo.cn/detail/4373705427592083#&gid=1&pid=1
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China航天
25分钟前

2019年5月17日--经过一系列彻底的测试, 中巴卫星 (CBERS-4A) 已准备好运往中国, 今年年底将在中国发射。近18个月来对结构、太阳能电池板、系统和摄像机进行了全面组装和核查,。CBERS-4A 于4月下旬完成了真空热测试、干扰和电磁兼容性、振动和声学等。随后, 卫星被打包, 现在正在等待从圣若泽多斯坎波斯机场 (SP) 飞往北京的波音747飞机登机。航班定于5月27日起飞。

RISAT-2B - PSLV-C46 (CA) - Шрихарикота, SDSC SHAR, FLP - 21.05.2019, 23:57 UTC
 
Закрываемые зоны (см [url=http://novosti-kosmonavtiki.ru/forum/messages/forum12/topic16761/message1852285/#message1852285]#1[/url])

Космос (Глонасс-М №58) – Союз-2-1Б/Фрегат – Плесецк 43/4 – 13.05.2019, 14Ф113
 
Ещё NOTAM (Часть зоны затопления 3-й ст РН)
[QUOTE][B]SCIZ[/B]

[B]R0036/19[/B] - ZONE...D... DUE TO MISSILE LAUNCH AND
FRAGMENT SUBMERTION INTO AIRSPACE BOUNDED BY GEO COORD
602324S 1220448W
572848S 1260112W
590300S 1310000W
630900S 1310000W
602324S 1220448W
INFORMATION SANTIAGO OCEANIC 10024 KHZ/6649 KHZ
ACFT FANS1A CAPABLE MUST LOGON SCEZ.
SFC - UNL, DLY BTN 0600-0800, [COLOR=#00AEEF][B]27 MAY 06:00 2019 UNTIL 28 MAY 08:00 2019[/B][/COLOR].
CREATED: 17 MAY 16:04 2019[/QUOTE]
Mars Colonial Transporter, 100 тонн ПН на поверхности Марса!
 
[QUOTE][url=https://twitter.com/Mike_Seeley][IMG WIDTH=48 HEIGHT=48]https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/1117417362771402752/Fng9k_Dr_bigger.jpg[/IMG][B]Michael Seeley[/B]‏ @Mike_Seeley[/url] [url=https://twitter.com/Mike_Seeley/status/1129734786170408960]5 ч. назад[/url]

It was a nice morning for a leisurely flight around Cocoa, Florida and a quick peek at the [url=https://twitter.com/hashtag/Starhopper?src=hash]#Starhopper[/url] being built by [url=https://twitter.com/hashtag/SpaceX?src=hash]#SpaceX[/url]. (!!) That shadowy block on the horizon in the first photo is NASA's Vehicle Assembly Building. (Legacy build site vs. new?)

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[url=https://twitter.com/Mike_Seeley/status/1129735460077625351]5 ч. назад[/url]

Err, the VAB is in the 2nd photo, sorry. (WTB edit button, [url=https://twitter.com/jack]@Jack[/url], thx.)[/QUOTE]
Mars Colonial Transporter, 100 тонн ПН на поверхности Марса!
 
[QUOTE][url=https://twitter.com/NASASpaceflight][IMG WIDTH=48 HEIGHT=48]https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/1121126296086618116/XdSiqigA_bigger.png[/IMG][B]Chris B - NSF[/B]‏ @NASASpaceflight[/url] [url=https://twitter.com/NASASpaceflight/status/1129806712767156225]35 мин. назад[/url]

Meanwhile, in Boca Chica....

LN2 is being delivered and the tethers have been removed from SpaceX's Starhopper. Soon, less hopping, more leaping!

Mary ([url=https://twitter.com/BocaChicaGal]@BocaChicaGal[/url]) continuing her amazing work documenting these milestones.

[IMG]https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D63gysXXsAI9vmq.jpg[/IMG]
[IMG]https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D63g7EDX4AYq7kN.jpg[/IMG][/QUOTE]
AEHF-5 - Atlas V 551 (AV-084) - CCAFS SLC-41 - 06.2019
 
[url]https://www.ulalaunch.com/missions/atlas-v-aehf-5[/url]
[QUOTE][SIZE=3][B]May 18, 2019 17:57[/B][/SIZE]
[SIZE=6][B]Next Atlas V rocket goes vertical for launch[/B][/SIZE]

[B]May 18, 2019 --[/B] United Launch Alliance has begun stacking the Atlas V rocket for its summer mission to carry a national security satellite into space for the U.S. Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center.

[url=https://photo.24liveblog.com/2240582388903336384/20190518145645_517624.jpg][IMG]https://24liveblog.tradingfront.cn/event/2240582388903336384/20190518145645_517624.jpg[/IMG][/url]
[SIZE=3][B]The Atlas booster stage arrives at VIF just after sunrise today. Photo: United Launch Alliance[/B][/SIZE]

On Friday, May 17, the Atlas V first stage was hoisted aboard the mobile launch platform (MLP) at the Vertical Integration Facility (VIF) adjacent to Space Launch Complex-41 at the Cape to launch the fifth Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF-5) protected communications satellite in June.

The event is known as LVOS, or Launch Vehicle on Stand, and signifies the start of final pre-flight processing of a rocket for its flight into space.

This was the 65th Atlas V to undergo LVOS at Cape Canaveral.

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[SIZE=3][B]Cranes rotate the stage upright. Photo: United Launch Alliance[/B][/SIZE]

The operation began with the stage being driven to the VIF from the Atlas Spaceflight Operations Center (ASOC), which housed the Atlas since it arrived from the factory a month ago. Cranes carefully picked up the 107-foot-long stage, turned it upright and then maneuvered the rocket through the VIF doorway to the waiting MLP.

The Atlas V first stage will hold the 25,000 gallons of RP-1 kerosene fuel and 49,000 gallons of liquid oxygen to feed the RD-180 main engine during the initial four-and-a-half minutes of the rocket's ascent.

The coming weeks will see the five solid rocket boosters (SRBs) brought to the VIF one-by-one and attached to the sides of the first stage, the Centaur upper stage will be hoisted atop the rocket and then the AEHF-5 spacecraft payload gets mounted on the Atlas V.

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[SIZE=3][B]The first stage to launch AEHF-5 is hoisted onto the MLP. Photo: United Launch Alliance[/B][/SIZE]

The fully-assembled, 197-foot-tall rocket will be transfered aboard the MLP the one-third-of-a-mile from the VIF to the launch pad for the countdown and liftoff.

Launch of the AEHF-5 satellite remains targeted for [COLOR=#ED008C][B]June 27[/B][/COLOR].

The AEHF system, developed by Lockheed Martin, provides vastly improved global, survivable, protected communications capabilities for strategic command and tactical warfighters.[/QUOTE]
Космос (Глонасс-М №58) – Союз-2-1Б/Фрегат – Плесецк 43/4 – 13.05.2019, 14Ф113
 
NOTAM (Часть зоны затопления 3-й ст РН)
[QUOTE][B]YMMM[/B]

F1294/19 - FLW RECEIVED FROM GOVERNMENT OF RUSSIA:
ROCKET LAUNCH FROM RUSSIA WILL TAKE PLACE
THE MINISTRY OF DEFENSE OF RUSSIA PLANS TO LAUNCH MISSILE IN THE SPACE AND TO SINK ITS FRAGMENTS IN THE WATERS OF THE PACIFIC OCEAN.
CHARACTERISTICS OF IMPACT AREA:
623300S 1623336E
624024S 1630000E
621112S 1630000E
623300S 1623336E.
SFC - UNL, PRIMARY LAUNCH 270600-0800 ALTERNATE LAUNCH 280600-0800,
[COLOR=#00AEEF][B]27 MAY 06:00 2019 UNTIL 28 MAY 08:00 2019[/B][/COLOR].
CREATED: 17 MAY 10:03 2019[/QUOTE]
План российских космических пусков на ближнюю перспективу (2018–2025)
 
https://spaceflightnow.com/2019/05/17/proton-launch-provider-ils-embraces-closer-relationship-with-roscosmos/
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May 17, 2019 | Stephen Clark
...
ILS has multi-launch agreements with two of the world’s largest geostationary satellite operators — Intelsat and Eutelsat.

“We have long-term launch agreements in place for eight missions,” said Peter Stier, ILS’s vice president of sales. “We have unannounced agreements in place for a further three missions … We are pursuing business regularly, but that represents our commercial backlog.”
Новости Главкосмоса
 
[url]https://spaceflightnow.com/2019/05/17/proton-launch-provider-ils-embraces-closer-relationship-with-roscosmos/[/url]
[QUOTE][SIZE=7][B]Proton launch provider ILS embraces closer relationship with Roscosmos[/B][/SIZE]
[SIZE=3][B][url=https://spaceflightnow.com/2019/05/]May 17, 2019[/url] | [url=https://spaceflightnow.com/author/stephen-clark/]Stephen Clark[/url][/B][/SIZE]

[IMG]https://mk0spaceflightnoa02a.kinstacdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/5012844088.jpg[/IMG]
[SIZE=3][B]Structures, tanks and booster engines for a Russian Proton rocket inside the factory of Khrunichev State Research and Production Space Center near Moscow. Credit: Khrunichev[/B][/SIZE]

International Launch Services, facing headwinds in a commercial launch market now largely shaped by billionaires and satellite miniaturization, has touted a new relationship with the Russian space agency and Glavkosmos as a means to drive down Proton rocket prices, make Russian space industry more friendly to the commercial market, and diversify its offerings.

U.S.-based ILS announced a change in its governance in April, with Glavkosmos — an enterprise owned by the Russian government — taking control fr om Khrunichev, the Russian manufacturer of the Proton rocket.

Glavkosmos is a daughter company of Roscosmos, the Russian space agency, charged with marketing Russian space industry products and services on the global market. Khrunichev remains the majority owner of ILS, [COLOR=#FFF100][B]but Glavkosmos now controls the company after taking [SIZE=5][B]two seats[/B][/SIZE] on the company’s board of directors fr om Khrunichev[/B][/COLOR], according to Kirk Pysher, president of ILS.

ILS is responsible for commercial sales of the Proton rocket, a heavy-lifter built near Moscow and launched from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. The new governance scheme gives ILS a cozier relationship with Roscosmos.

In a press briefing last week at the Satellite 2019 conference in Washington, D.C., Pysher said the change “gives us access to Roscosmos for talking strategy, pricing, schedules, etc.

“We believe that this now helps us create a new set of products, set of processes, that will allow us to compete more effectively,” Pysher said.

The Russian government plans to use the Proton rocket through the mid-2020s, and the Proton will only be retired when the replacement Angara rocket enters operational service.

“It is a tight market,” Pysher said. “We’re competing against a couple of billionaires,” he said, referring to Elon Musk’s SpaceX and Jeff Bezos’s Blue Origin.

“It’s a difficult market, but the reality is Proton isn’t going to go away. It’s still going to be there flying, so let’s see if we can try to make some money from it on a commercial basis.”
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Новости ILS
 
[url]https://spaceflightnow.com/2019/05/17/proton-launch-provider-ils-embraces-closer-relationship-with-roscosmos/[/url]
[QUOTE][SIZE=7][B]Proton launch provider ILS embraces closer relationship with Roscosmos[/B][/SIZE]
[SIZE=3][B][url=https://spaceflightnow.com/2019/05/]May 17, 2019[/url] | [url=https://spaceflightnow.com/author/stephen-clark/]Stephen Clark[/url][/B][/SIZE]

[IMG]https://mk0spaceflightnoa02a.kinstacdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/5012844088.jpg[/IMG]
[SIZE=3][B]Structures, tanks and booster engines for a Russian Proton rocket inside the factory of Khrunichev State Research and Production Space Center near Moscow. Credit: Khrunichev[/B][/SIZE]

International Launch Services, facing headwinds in a commercial launch market now largely shaped by billionaires and satellite miniaturization, has touted a new relationship with the Russian space agency and Glavkosmos as a means to drive down Proton rocket prices, make Russian space industry more friendly to the commercial market, and diversify its offerings.

U.S.-based ILS announced a change in its governance in April, with Glavkosmos — an enterprise owned by the Russian government — taking control fr om Khrunichev, the Russian manufacturer of the Proton rocket.

Glavkosmos is a daughter company of Roscosmos, the Russian space agency, charged with marketing Russian space industry products and services on the global market. Khrunichev remains the majority owner of ILS, [COLOR=#FFF100][B]but Glavkosmos now controls the company after taking [SIZE=5][B]two seats[/B][/SIZE] on the company’s board of directors fr om Khrunichev[/B][/COLOR], according to Kirk Pysher, president of ILS.

ILS is responsible for commercial sales of the Proton rocket, a heavy-lifter built near Moscow and launched from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. The new governance scheme gives ILS a cozier relationship with Roscosmos.

In a press briefing last week at the Satellite 2019 conference in Washington, D.C., Pysher said the change “gives us access to Roscosmos for talking strategy, pricing, schedules, etc.

“We believe that this now helps us create a new set of products, set of processes, that will allow us to compete more effectively,” Pysher said.

The Russian government plans to use the Proton rocket through the mid-2020s, and the Proton will only be retired when the replacement Angara rocket enters operational service.

“It is a tight market,” Pysher said. “We’re competing against a couple of billionaires,” he said, referring to Elon Musk’s SpaceX and Jeff Bezos’s Blue Origin.

“It’s a difficult market, but the reality is Proton isn’t going to go away. It’s still going to be there flying, so let’s see if we can try to make some money from it on a commercial basis.”
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ILS has multi-launch agreements with two of the world’s largest geostationary satellite operators — Intelsat and Eutelsat.

“We have long-term launch agreements in place for eight missions,” said Peter Stier, ILS’s vice president of sales. “We have unannounced agreements in place for a further three missions … We are pursuing business regularly, but that represents our commercial backlog.”[/QUOTE]
Гамма-400
 
[url]https://ria.ru/20190518/1553570634.html[/url]
[QUOTE][SIZE=6][B]Кто поможет раскрыть главную тайну Вселенной[/B][/SIZE]
[SIZE=3]08:00[/SIZE]

[B]МОСКВА, 18 мая — РИА Новости, Татьяна Пичугина[/B]. Российские ученые разрабатывают телескоп нового поколения для измерения высокоэнергичного космического гамма-излучения. Это поможет детально исследовать центр нашей Галактики, созвездие Лебедя, другие объекты галактического диска и обнаружить признаки темной материи. Как идет работа над проектом "ГАММА-400", РИА Новости рассказали его научный руководитель профессор Аркадий Гальпер (ФИАН, МИФИ) и заместитель научного руководителя — главный конструктор Николай Топчиев (ФИАН).

[SIZE=5][B]Вселенские ускорители[/B][/SIZE]
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[SIZE=5][B]Как поймать сгусток энергии[/B][/SIZE]
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[SIZE=5][B]Точность — прогресс в астрономии[/B][/SIZE]
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[SIZE=5][B]Конструкция надежная, результаты новые[/B][/SIZE]
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[SIZE=5][B]На предельных орбитах в поисках высоких энергий[/B][/SIZE]
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[SIZE=5][B]В поисках частиц темной материи[/B][/SIZE]
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[/QUOTE]
Chandrayan 2
 
[url]https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/after-mars-venus-on-isros-planetary-travel-list/articleshow/69381185.cms[/url]
[QUOTE][SIZE=6][B]After Mars, Venus on Isro’s planetary travel list[/B][/SIZE]

[SIZE=3][url=https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/toireporter/author-U-Tejonmayam-479237901.cms]U Tejonmayam[/url] | TNN | Upd ated: May 18, 2019, 12:18 IST[/SIZE]

[B]SRIHARIKOTA:[/B] ...

For this year, Isro’s biggest mission, Chandrayaan-2 is all se t for a July launch. Sivan said the spacecraft, including the orbitor, lander and rover, will be flight-ready by the end of May. “The components are in the final stages of testing. Though we would be ready by end of May, we have to wait till July due to an eclipse,” he said.[/QUOTE]
Индийский космос
 
https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/after-mars-venus-on-isros-planetary-travel-list/articleshow/69381185.cms
Цитата
After Mars, Venus on Isro’s planetary travel list

U Tejonmayam | TNN | Upd ated: May 18, 2019, 12:18 IST

SRIHARIKOTA: Six years after courting Mars, India has planned seven scientific missions in the next 10 years, including a date with Venus in 2023.

While the spacecraft to Venus will lift off with more than 20 payloads, the next decade will start with interplanetary missions — Xposat to study cosmic radiation in 2020, Aditya L1 to the Sun in 2021, Mars Orbiter Mission-2 in 2022, Lunar Polar Exploration or Chandrayaan-3 in 2024 and Exoworlds, an exploration outside the solar system in 2028.

Venus is considered to be earth’s ‘twin sister’ because of its similarities in mass, size, composition, density and gravity. The mission to the planet will focus on studying the surface and its sub-surface, atmospheric chemistry and the interactions with solar radiation or solar winds.

The mission has got many excited. “We have received great response fr om across the world, and more than 20 payloads planned,” said Isro chairman K Sivan, who was in Sriharikota on Friday to address 108 school students as part of the Yuvika-2019 Young Scientist Programme.

“Aditya L1 and Xposat missions have been defined. The rest are in planning stages,” Sivan added. According to him, Aditya L1, the Sun mission, may play a key role in understanding and predicting climate change on Earth. The payloads will study the solar corona. “Corona has an influence on the upper atmosphere and that impacts climate change on earth. If we can understand the solar corona better, we may be able to predict climate change,” he said.

The launch may happen earlier than planned, as Sivan said the spacecraft will lift off by mid-2020 and will be placed in a ‘libration orbit’, which is about 1.5 million km from Earth. It is about 1% of the distance between Sun and Earth, wh ere the gravity of the two celestial objects equalises. Placing it in such an orbit allows the spacecraft to circle along with the earth, thereby constantly facing Sun.

In a presentation made during the 60th session of United Nations Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space, Isro scientists had said that Xposat will be a five-year mission, carrying a polarimeter instrument made by Raman Research Institute to measure cosmic radiation. The spacecraft will be placed in a circular 500-700km orbit.

For this year, Isro’s biggest mission, Chandrayaan-2 is all se t for a July launch. Sivan said the spacecraft, including the orbitor, lander and rover, will be flight-ready by the end of May. “The components are in the final stages of testing. Though we would be ready by end of May, we have to wait till July due to an eclipse,” he said.
План индийских космических пусков
 
https://tass.ru/kosmos/6444714
https://ria.ru/20190518/1553600774.html
https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/after-mars-venus-on-isros-planetary-travel-list/articleshow/69381185.cms
Изменено: tnt22 - 18.05.2019 15:31:32
Индийский космос
 
https://tass.ru/kosmos/6444714
Цитата
18 МАЯ, 10:27
Индия в течение 10 лет отправит в космос семь беспилотных научных миссий

Индийская организация космических исследований уже проводит подготовку к отправке к Луне экспедиции "Чандраян-2"

НЬЮ-ДЕЛИ, 18 мая. /ТАСС/. Индия готовится провести в течение предстоящих 10 лет серию из семи беспилотных космических экспедиций, направленных на изучение ближнего и дальнего космоса. Об этом сообщает в субботу газета The Economic Times со ссылкой на информацию Индийской организации космических исследований (ISRO).

По этим данным, в настоящее время ISRO проводит подготовку к отправке к Луне экспедиции "Чандраян-2" с небольшим луноходом на борту. Ее запуск уже несколько раз переносился, теперь он запланирован на июль текущего года.

В 2020 году ISRO планирует отправить в космос автоматическую станцию Xposat, которая займется изучением космической радиации и космического излучения. А к 2021 году намечен пуск космической станции Aditya L1 по исследованию Солнца. Главная цель экспедиции - изучение солнечной короны, хромосферы и солнечного излучения в различных спектрах.

Среди других запланированных миссий: отправка орбитального аппарата к Венере; ориентировочный срок старта - 2023 год. Намечена также вторая беспилотная экспедиция к Марсу (первая индийская марсианская станция "Мангальян" была выведена на орбиту Красной планеты в 2014 году), ее старт планируется к 2022 году. Третья экспедиция к Луне "Чандраян-3", как ожидается, будет отправлена к 2024 году.

В 2028 году ISRO рассчитывает отправить в космос автоматическую станцию Exoworlds, которая должна будет выйти за пределы Солнечной системы и заняться исследованием сверхдальнего космоса.

https://ria.ru/20190518/1553600774.html
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Индия планирует отправить в космос семь научных миссий
13:49

МОСКВА, 18 мая - РИА Новости. Индийская организация космических исследований (ISRO) в ближайшие десять лет планирует отправить семь космических миссий для изучения Солнечной системы и пространства за ее пределами, пишет газета Times of India со ссылкой на главу ISRO.

"Миссии Aditya L1 и Xposat уже намечены. Остальные (миссии - ред) сейчас проходят стадии планирования", - заявил глава ISRO Кайласавадиву Сиван, выступая перед школьниками в Шрихарикоте.

По данным издания, в 2020 году ISPO собирается отправить в космос автоматическую станцию Xposat для изучения космической радиации. В 2021 году планируется запуск Aditya L1 для исследования Солнца.

Далее Индия планирует отправиться к соседним с Землей планетам: в 2022 году начнется вторая миссия Индии Mars Orbiter Mission-2, в 2023 году индийский космический аппарат отправится к Венере.

Также в 2024 году к Луне отправится автоматическая экспедиция "Чандраян-3". В настоящее время ISRO ведет подготовку к отправке к Луне автоматической экспедиции "Чандраян-2" с небольшим луноходом на борту, запуск которой уже неоднократно переносился. По последним данным, запуск "Чандраян-2" состоится в июле 2019 года, пишет издание.

Завершит череду запланированных миссий в 2028 году отправка экспедиции Exowords, целью которой станет изучение космоса за пределами нашей Солнечной системы.
Beidou-2G8 – CZ-3C (Y16) – Сичан (XSLC) LC2 – 17.05.2019 ~15:00 UTC
 
[QUOTE][SIZE=5][B]China launches its latest BeiDou navigation satellite[/B][/SIZE]

[url=https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgrNz-aDmcr2uuto8_DL2jg][B]CGTN[/B][/url]

[B]Опубликовано: 17 мая 2019 г.[/B]

The latest BeiDou Navigation Satellite System (BDS) launch took place from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center at 11:48 p.m. on May 17. Launched on a Long March-3C carrier rocket, it is the fourth BDS-2 backup satellite and the 45th satellite in the BDS network. It can provide users with more reliable services and enhance the stability of the satellite constellation.[/QUOTE][url]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PkwYQMCg1Rs[/url][VIDEO WIDTH=480 HEIGHT=360]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PkwYQMCg1Rs[/VIDEO] (0:54)
Бэйдоу: началось..., Китайская спутниковая навигационная система
 
[QUOTE][SIZE=5][B]China launches its latest BeiDou navigation satellite[/B][/SIZE]

[url=https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgrNz-aDmcr2uuto8_DL2jg][B]CGTN[/B][/url]

[B]Опубликовано: 17 мая 2019 г.[/B]

The latest BeiDou Navigation Satellite System (BDS) launch took place from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center at 11:48 p.m. on May 17. Launched on a Long March-3C carrier rocket, it is the fourth BDS-2 backup satellite and the 45th satellite in the BDS network. It can provide users with more reliable services and enhance the stability of the satellite constellation.[/QUOTE][url]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PkwYQMCg1Rs[/url][VIDEO WIDTH=480 HEIGHT=360]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PkwYQMCg1Rs[/VIDEO] (0:54)
Beidou-2G8 – CZ-3C (Y16) – Сичан (XSLC) LC2 – 17.05.2019 ~15:00 UTC
 
[QUOTE][url=https://twitter.com/LaunchStuff][IMG WIDTH=48 HEIGHT=48]https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/1031109446334853120/pjJEj553_bigger.jpg[/IMG][B]LaunchStuff[/B]‏ @LaunchStuff[/url] [url=https://twitter.com/LaunchStuff/status/1129580473972400129]4 мин. назад[/url]

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[url=https://t.co/mIuPU9QXxJ]https://www.weibo.com/3710455592/HuJe87aVh …[/url]

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ПБС, О том, что скоро сойдет с орбиты
 
К [url=http://novosti-kosmonavtiki.ru/forum/messages/forum12/topic15969/message1852505/#message1852505]#576[/url]
[QUOTE][url=https://twitter.com/Astroguyz][IMG WIDTH=48 HEIGHT=48]https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/1112673740318482432/dounQjaz_bigger.png[/IMG][B]Dave Dickinson[/B]‏ @Astroguyz[/url] [url=https://twitter.com/Astroguyz/status/1129566467710697472]14 мин. назад[/url]

It's down. The [url=https://twitter.com/RocketLab]@RocketLab[/url] Electron rocket body NORAD ID 2019-026D reentered today at 17:30 UT +/- 1 minute over central Africa at dusk:
[url=https://t.co/2IVS1i9H3H]https://aerospace.org/node/26191 [/url]

[IMG]https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D60GtYOX4AArNc-.jpg[/IMG][/QUOTE]Запуск 05.05.2019, п-ов Махия, НЗ
Beidou-2G8 – CZ-3C (Y16) – Сичан (XSLC) LC2 – 17.05.2019 ~15:00 UTC
 
[QUOTE][SIZE=5][B]Long March 3C | Beidou-2 G8 was launched successfully from Xichang[/B][/SIZE]

[url=https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5cbRuQivmJ5ly9Es5lpZ4Q][B]Roger C[/B][/url]

[B]Опубликовано: 17 мая 2019 г.[/B][/QUOTE][url]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Na9OJyJMrw[/url][VIDEO WIDTH=480 HEIGHT=360]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Na9OJyJMrw[/VIDEO] (0:55)
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