An unmanned Russian progressive cargo spacecraft is scheduled to arrive at the International Space Station at 9:03 pm tonight (July 1). US Eastern Time (July 2nd, 0103 Greenwich Mean Time). Watch in real time in the upper window, provided by NASA, or watch directly through the space agency. The report started at 8:15 in the evening. US Eastern Time (July 2nd, 0015 Greenwich Mean Time).
The Progress was launched on Tuesday (June 29) with a load of approximately 3,600 pounds. Provide supplies to the crew of the orbital laboratory.
SpaceX Shared Transporter 2 Mission
, June 30, 3:48 pm EST Update: SpaceX has successfully launched the shared mission of the Transporter 2 satellite No. 88 on the Falcon 9 rocket and landed its first booster stage. See the launch video and photos in our packaging story here. The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket used by
will launch 88 satellites from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida on Wednesday (June 30) to conduct the Transporter 2 mission. You can watch it live here, provided by SpaceX. The departure time is scheduled for 3:31 pm. EDT (Greenwich Mean Time 1931), the launch window is one hour. Tuesday’s launch attempt was postponed. The
Falcon 9 rocket will launch from Space Launch Center 40, and the SpaceX webcast is expected to begin 15 minutes before launch. You can also watch it directly from SpaceX here. SpaceX will have a one-hour window to launch the mission, which will enter orbit along polar orbit.
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From SpaceX
SpaceX’s goal is to launch Transporter2 on Tuesday, June 29, which is SpaceX’s second dedicated SmallSat Rideshare mission, from Canaveral Angular Space Launch Center 40 (SLC40) is launched from a military station in Florida. The 58-minute startup window opens at 2:56 p.m. EDT or 18:56 UTC, and there is a backup opportunity available on Wednesday June 30, the same 58 minute window. The
Falcon 9 first stage amplifier previously supported the launch of the GPS III 03 spacecraft, Turksat 5A, and five Starlink missions. After the stages are separated, SpaceX will land the first stage of Falcon 9 in Landing Zone 1 (LZ1) of the Cape Canaveral Space Force Station. Half of the Falcon 9 fairing previously supported the Transporter1 and Starlink missions, and the other part had previously flown SAOCOM 1B and Starlink missions. Launch
carried 85 commercial and government spacecraft (including cubic satellites, microsatellites, and orbital transmission vehicles) and 3 Starlink satellites. Although there are fewer spacecraft on board compared to Transporter1, the mission is actually to put more mass into orbit for SpaceX customers.
The live broadcast of this mission will start about 15 minutes before departure.
Mission Overview:
Launch, Landing and Deployment
HR / MIN / SEC
Incident
00:38:00 SpaceX Launch Director Verification of Propellant Charge
00:35:00 RP1 (Rocket Grade 40435) Phase LOX (Liquid Oxygen) Charging is in progress
00:16:00 The second stage of LOX charging
00:07:00 Falcon 9 starts cooling the engine before launch
00:01:00 Commands the flight computer to start the final pre-launch verification
00:01:00 Help The thruster tank is pressurized to the beginning of the flight pressure
00:00:45 SpaceX launch commander verification launch
00:00:03 The engine controller commands the engine ignition sequence to start
00:00:00 Falcon 9 Takeoff
00:01:12 Max Q (the moment of maximum mechanical stress on the rocket)
00: 02: 15 First-stage main motor cut-off (MECO)
00:02:18 First-stage and second-stage separation 44 44 00:02:26 Second stage Motor start
00:02:32 Recoil combustion start
00:03:42 Fairing deployment
00:06:34 First stage input combustion start
00: 08: 24 Second stage motor cut-off (SECO)
00: 08:24 First stage landing
00:54:13 Second stage motor reset
00:54:15 Second motor cut-off stage (SECO2)
00:57:50 NASA PACE1 deployment 0:
57:57 Satellogic’s NewSat19 deployment
00:58:04 The first ICEYE satellite deployed
from EXOPort5 00:58:32 NASA’s TROPICS Pathfinder deployment
00:58:37 PlanetiQ’s GNOMES2:
display
00:58:32 display
00:59:47 The second ICEYE satellite deploys
from EXOPort3 01:00:00 Tyvak0211 shows
01:00:08 YAM3 Loft Orbital deploys
from EXOPort5 01:00:18 deploys
from EXOPort5 01:00:18 TU4 : Berlin TU4 TUB4 23 UmbraSAR deployment
01:00:33 DOrbit ION satellite carrier deployment
01:01:50 Peraton Space Development Agency / General Atomics / LINCS2 display
01:02:16 Satellogic NewSat20 display
01:02:30 Satellogic NewSat21 display
01:02:40 Capella SAR satellite display 16 Third: 4424 ICEYE satellite deployed from EXOPort4
01:04:12 Space Dev Elopment Agency / General Atomics / Peraton’s LINCS1 deployment
01:04:29 DARPA / Space Development Agency / Air Force Research Laboratory’s Mandrake2 Able deployment
01:05: 33 The fourth ICEYE satellite is deployed from EXOPort3
01:06: 48 The first Swarm SpaceBEE cluster is deployed from EXOPort4
01:07:10 The second Swarm SpaceBEE cluster is deployed from EXOPort4
01:07:17 NanoAvionics D2/Deployed from EXOPort4: AtlaCom43: 24 Spire 1 LEMUR number is deployed from EXOPort3
01:07:47 Satellogic’s NewSat22 displays
01:07:56 Loft Orbital’s YAM2 deployed
01:09:51 Spiers LEMUR number 2 ga from EXOPort3
01:09:58 DARPA/Mandrake2 Air Force Space Development Agency/Research Laboratory’s Baker deployment
01:21:10 Spaceflight Inc. SherpaFX2 deployment
01:21:14 Spaceflight Inc deployment Sherpa LTE1 .
01:27:35 Russian Starlink
Satelli te Deployment Progress Cargo Ship to Space Station
A Russian Progress robotic cargo spacecraft was launched to the International Space Station on Tuesday (June 29) with a weight of more than 3,600 pounds. Supplies. The cargo plane is scheduled to arrive at the orbital laboratory on Thursday night (July 1). Read below.
From NASA:
Editor’s Note: This announcement was updated on June 28, 2021 to provide the latest data on the quantity of goods delivered. The live broadcast of the launch and docking of the cargo spacecraft
Russian Progress 78 with the International Space Station will begin at 7 pm. Tuesday, June 29, US Eastern Time, on NASA TV, the agency website, and the NASA app. Unmanned spacecraft
is scheduled to launch on the Soyuz 2.1a rocket at 7:27 pm. (Baikonur time, June 30, Wednesday 4:27 am) From the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. The
Progress spacecraft will enter orbit for a two-day journey and then automatically dock with the Poisk module on the space-facing side of the Russian side of the space station at 9:02 p.m. Thursday, July 1. Coverage

 

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