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2017年12月13日02:36, Galileo FOC FM-15, 16, 17&18由阿里安-5ES自库鲁成功发射

发布者: gnss | 发布时间: 2015-11-18 04:37| 查看数: 3081| 评论数: 28|帖子模式

任务简报
发射时间: 2017-12-13/02:36:07 (UTC+8)
运载工具: Ariane-5 ES
有效载荷(国籍): Galileo FOC FM-15, 16, 17&18(欧盟)
发射场(国籍): 库鲁(欧洲)
工位: ELA-3
状态: 发射成功
轨道类型及参数: MEO
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据欧空局官员在国际导航协会2015年大会上的报告:
FOC-M6 (Launch in autumn 2017, Ariane-5)
• FM15-18 at OHB Bremen, under integration

最新评论

cmj9808 发表于 2017-9-5 20:54
wsl20005 发表于 2017-9-6 09:47
由于VA239发射中止,本次任务是否推迟?
ddgs_wlz 发表于 2017-9-6 12:51
wsl20005 发表于 2017-9-6 09:47
由于VA239发射中止,本次任务是否推迟?

年底的发射还早吧,不过推迟也是正常
cmj9808 发表于 2017-9-7 10:35
wsl20005 发表于 2017-9-6 09:47
由于VA239发射中止,本次任务是否推迟?

暂不受影响
cmj9808 发表于 2017-11-10 20:37
EPS上面级安装完毕





http://www.csgpreparationlanceme ... omposite-superieur/

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fesel 发表于 2017-11-14 23:32
一箭4星,伽利略发展很快啊。
wsl20005 发表于 2017-12-6 07:12

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黑夜追风 发表于 2017-12-6 08:39
没有了二级阿里安5,未来的长五B也是这样的构型,希望也能一箭发多个北斗
wsl20005 发表于 2017-12-12 12:23







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cmj9808 发表于 2017-12-12 12:42
黑夜追风 发表于 2017-12-6 08:39
没有了二级阿里安5,未来的长五B也是这样的构型,希望也能一箭发多个北斗

有二级,如6楼的图二所示。
wsl20005 发表于 2017-12-12 13:14
http://www.arianespace.com/mission-update/ariane-5-moves-to-the-launch-zone-for-arianespaces-mission-with-four-galileo-satellites/

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ddgs_wlz 发表于 2017-12-12 18:46
祝愿这四颗导航卫星一路平安
326573578 发表于 2017-12-12 20:11
预祝一路顺风
wsl20005 发表于 2017-12-13 05:53
任务进行中,大约06:32星箭分离。






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航天迷 发表于 2017-12-13 06:18
已成功发射,卫星入轨。
wsl20005 发表于 2017-12-13 07:01
祝贺发射成功!

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璇瑢子 发表于 2017-12-13 07:02
预祝发射成功
wsl20005 发表于 2017-12-13 07:38


Galileo lifts off


12 December 2017
Europe has four more Galileo navigation satellites in the sky following their launch on an Ariane 5 rocket. After today’s success, only one more launch remains before the Galileo constellation is complete and delivering global coverage.
Ariane 5, operated by Arianespace under contract to ESA, lifted off from Europe’s Spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana at 18:36 GMT (19:36 CET, 15:36 local time), carrying Galileo satellites 19–22. The first pair of 715 kg satellites was released almost 3 hours 36 minutes after liftoff, while the second pair separated 20 minutes later.
They were released into their target 22 922 km-altitude orbit by the dispenser atop the Ariane 5 upper stage. In the coming days, this quartet will be steered into their final working orbits. There, they will begin around six months of tests – performed by the European Global Navigation Satellite System Agency (GSA) – to check they are ready to join the working Galileo constellation.

Four Galileos on Ariane 5


This mission brings the Galileo system to 22 satellites. Initial Services began almost a year ago, on 15 December 2016.
“Today’s launch is another great achievement, taking us within one step of completing the constellation,” remarked Jan Wörner, ESA’s Director General.
“It is a great achievement of our industrial partners OHB (DE) and SSTL (GB) for the satellites, as well as Thales-Alenia-Space (FR, IT) and Airbus Defense and Space (GB, FR) for the ground segment and all their subcontractors throughout Europe, that Europe now has a formidable global satellite navigation system with remarkable performance.”

Galileos atop Ariane 5


Paul Verhoef, ESA’s Director of Navigation, added: “ESA is the design agent, system engineer and procurement agent of Galileo on behalf of the European Commission. Galileo is now an operating reality, so, in July, operational oversight of the system was passed to the GSA.
“Accordingly, GSA took control of these satellites as soon as they separated from their launcher, with ESA maintaining an advisory role. This productive partnership will continue with the next Galileo launch, by Ariane 5 in mid-2018.
“Meanwhile, ESA is also working with the European Commission and GSA on dedicated research and development efforts and system design to begin the procurement of the Galileo Second Generation, along with other future navigation technologies.”

Next year’s launch of another quartet will bring the 24‑satellite Galileo constellation to the point of completion, plus two orbital spares.


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