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[专题专项] 欧空局“伽利略”卫星导航系统:ESA向OHB订购第三批12颗伽利略卫星

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shaolin1254 发表于 2010-1-23 11:34 | 显示全部楼层
SSTL生产伽利略卫星?
cmj9808 发表于 2010-1-23 11:39 | 显示全部楼层
斯里兰卡和SSTL合作通讯卫星?
shaolin1254 发表于 2010-1-27 11:53 | 显示全部楼层
阿里安航天公司将发射首批10颗“伽利略”卫星  

新闻发布时间:2010-01-27


  [据澳大利亚每日航天网站2010年1月27日报道]  阿里安航天公司总裁与欧空局“伽利略”及导航事务主管在位于荷兰的欧洲太空研究与技术中心签署了一份关于发射“伽利略”卫星定位系统计划中首批10颗全运行能力(FOC)卫星的合同。

   欧空局代表欧盟负责合同的管理工作。出席签约仪式的还有欧委会能源与运输主管和欧空局局长。

  这10颗卫星将定位在距地23000千米高的环形轨道。预计从2012年开始,先后使用5枚“联盟”火箭一箭双星从法属圭亚那航天中心发射升空。这些卫星将由德国OHB技术公司和英国萨瑞卫星技术有限公司负责建造。

   阿里安航天公司的子公司Starsem已发射了Giove-A和Giove-B卫星,确保了“伽利略”星座的频率分配。阿里安航天公司还将发射在轨验证(IOV)计划中的首批4颗运行卫星,从2010年底开始在法属圭亚那航天中心发射。
  
   “阿里安”-5、“联盟”和“织女星”火箭组成了阿里安航天公司完整的发射体系,确保了欧洲进入太空的独立性,并为发射“伽利略”星座提供了最佳解决方案。(中国航天工程咨询中心 陈菲 侯丹)  

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 楼主| jingyan66 发表于 2010-1-27 21:46 | 显示全部楼层

OHB-System与欧空局签署14颗Galileo卫星的研制合同

OHB-System and ESA signing Galileo contract


Nordwijk, January 26, 2010 - The Director of the Galileo Programme and Navigation related activities, Mr René Oosterlinck, and the CEO of OHB-System AG, Berry Smutny, have today signed the contract for the development and construction of 14 Galileo satellites. These signatures implement the decision made by the European Commission two weeks ago to nominate OHB-System as prime contractor for the 1st 14 satellites.

With a total volume of around EUR 566 million, the contract assigns to OHB-System the function of prime contractor for 14 satellites. OHB will also be responsible to develop and assemble the satellite bus. Under the terms of a subcontract, UK based company Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd. (SSTL) will be developing and building the navigation payload and additionally supporting OHB in the final assembly of the satellites. The 14 satellites will be integrated in Bremen, with the first two scheduled for launch in late 2012.

Held at the ESA Space and Technology Center (ESTEC) in Nordwijk in the Netherlands, today's ceremony marks the commencement of work on implementing the array for the European Galileo navigation system. Alongside OHB-System, Arianespace, France (launch services) and Thales Alenia Space, Italy (system support) have also signed contracts with ESA covering the packages assigned to them.  In accordance with the requirements defined by the European Commission, the Galileo initial operational capability is scheduled in 2014.
 楼主| jingyan66 发表于 2010-1-27 21:50 | 显示全部楼层

泰雷兹·阿莱尼亚与欧空局签署“伽利略”系统服务协议

本帖最后由 jingyan66 于 2010-1-27 21:55 编辑

Thales Alenia Space: contract signed for the Galileo system Support Service



26 January 2010

Cannes, January 26, 2010 - Thales Alenia Space announced today the signing of the contract to provide ESA Galileo system Support Services, lasting from 2010 till 2016. The contract was signed at the ESTEC headquarters of the European Space Agency. For a value of about 85 million, it will cover the period 2010 till 2014,  through which Galileo will be developed to become operational in early 2014.

Luigi Pasquali, CEO for Thales Alenia Space Italy, today attending the signing ceremony at ESTEC, declared:  “Thales Alenia Space is particularly proud to sign this important contract obtained under a strong competition. This contract confirms the key role played by our company in one of Europe's most ambitious space projects. In the Rome factory, Thales Alenia Space is already fully involved in the assembly, integration and testing of the 4 IOV (In Orbit Validation) satellites of the constellation, and is now ready to face up to this new challenge, providing system Support Services. This contract allows Thales Alenia Space Italy to perform the overall System Design, the System Security Design, the overall System Integration, Verification and In Orbit Validation".
 楼主| jingyan66 发表于 2010-1-27 21:51 | 显示全部楼层
今天“伽利略”系统的制造、发射、服务协议都签了,“伽利略”系统正式上路了
shaolin1254 发表于 2010-1-27 23:40 | 显示全部楼层
伽利略卫星制造OHB总承包商,分承包商SSTL负责制造?
heito 发表于 2010-1-28 10:29 | 显示全部楼层
欧航局与3家公司签署伽利略计划建设合同  
2010年01月28日 09:37:18  来源:新华网  


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    新华网巴黎1月27日电(记者李学梅)欧洲航天局27日宣布,该机构已经与意大利、德国和法国的3家公司签署了欧洲伽利略全球卫星导航系统(伽利略计划)的建设合同,这标志着伽利略计划的基础设施建设正式启动。

    欧航局当天发表公报说,签字仪式在其位于荷兰诺德韦克的空间研究与技术中心举行,合同包含了系统建设、卫星制造和发射等内容。其中,意大利泰雷兹阿莱尼亚宇航公司将为伽利略计划提供系统支持服务,如系统工程、性能、组装、检验及安全保证。德国的OHB系统公司则负责14颗卫星的制造。根据合同,首颗卫星将于2012年7月交付,此后每3个月交付两颗卫星。作为项目的总承包人,OHB公司还将与英国萨里卫星技术公司合作,后者将主要负责卫星的有效荷载部分。最后,卫星的发射交给法国阿丽亚娜空间公司,阿丽亚娜公司将使用5枚“联盟”火箭,将10颗伽利略卫星从法属圭亚那库鲁航天中心送入太空。

    2002年3月,欧盟正式决定启动伽利略计划。该计划分为评估、开发、部署、运行4个阶段,其中2008年至2013年为部署阶段。在这一阶段,欧盟计划出资34亿欧元,完成伽利略计划的空中和地面基础设施建设,其中包括30颗导航定位卫星的发射。
shaolin1254 发表于 2010-1-28 11:18 | 显示全部楼层
卫星制造速度太快了,14颗卫星到2014年底就能交付。。。。。。

北斗进度顺利的话,到时一期完工该开始补网和二期建设了。。。。。。
shaolin1254 发表于 2010-1-30 16:59 | 显示全部楼层
欧空局签署重要的“伽利略”合同  

新闻发布时间:2010-01-28


  [据欧空局网站2010年1月27日报道]  26日,欧空局伽利略计划与导航相关活动办公室主任勒内•奥斯特林克(René Oosterlinck)签署了“伽利略”全运行能力阶段的首批三个合同。这标志着启动了建造“伽利略”运行基础设施的工作。
  
  签署仪式在欧空局欧洲太空研究与技术中心(设于荷兰的诺德韦克)举行,出席仪式的有欧洲委员会交通能源司司长马蒂亚斯•鲁伊特(Matthias Ruete)、欧空局局长多尔丹。合同内容涵盖系统、卫星,以及发射活动。
  
  与泰来斯•阿莱尼亚航天公司(意大利)签署的合同包括为欧空局提供工业系统支持活动,该公司是伽利略系统的主承包商,负责系统工程、系统性能、系统装配、总装与确认、太空信号工程、安全工程与产品保证。
     
  在太空段方面,继2009年底与OHB-系统 AG公司 (德国)、EADS公司签署了框架合同之后, 与OHB公司签署的首个合同是建造14颗卫星,首颗卫星将在2012年7月交付,接下来,每3个月交付两颗卫星。OHB 公司作为主承包商,与萨瑞卫星技术有限公司(SSTL,英国)组建了团队。OHB公司将领导系统级别的活动,并负责建造航天器平台。萨瑞公司则负责建造星上有效载荷。
       
  在发射服务方面,签署的合同包括:使用阿里安航天公司配备了新“微风”(Fregat)上面级的5枚“联盟”(Soyuz)火箭,从法属圭亚那欧洲航天发射场发射卫星,每枚火箭发射两颗卫星直接进入最终轨道。
  
  自1月7日欧委会分管交通的副主席安东尼奥•塔加尼(Antonio Tajani)宣布授出这些合同之后,欧空局首次代表欧委会签署合同,这也是研发伽利略系统的重要一步,标志着欧委会与欧空局之间的合作达到了一个重要里程碑。 (中国航天工程咨询中心  许红英 陈菲)  

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shuchunyong 发表于 2010-1-31 00:14 | 显示全部楼层
伽利略和BD在比进度和速度。加油
 楼主| jingyan66 发表于 2010-2-17 14:51 | 显示全部楼层
如果用CZ-3系列来射,应该比质子还便宜
Snap1.jpg
shaolin1254 发表于 2010-2-17 15:04 | 显示全部楼层
俺支持J版建议
ssizz 发表于 2010-2-17 15:57 | 显示全部楼层
长征3号这两年根本没空干这个啊
如果单打一两发又没意思
 楼主| jingyan66 发表于 2010-3-11 10:12 | 显示全部楼层

“伽利略”30星座的头2颗卫星推迟至2011年初交付

Initial Galileo Validation Satellites Delayed


03/10/10 12:09 PM ET
By Peter B. de Selding

MUNICH, Germany — The first two European Galileo satellites intended to form part of the future 30-satellite navigation constellation will not be ready for shipment to their launch site until early 2011, with the second pair to be ready three months later, European government and industry officials said March 10.

The initial two satellites were supposed to be shipped in the second half of 2010.

The delivery delays for the four Galileo In-Orbit Validation (IOV) satellites are independent of whether their intended launch vehicle, a European version of Russia’s Soyuz rocket, is itself operational by that time. The first two IOV satellites will be aboard the third Soyuz flight from Europe’s Guiana Space Center in French Guiana. The inaugural flight, currently scheduled for late this summer, may slip into the fall, officials said, and could push the third flight into mid-2011 even if the IOV satellites are ready beforehand.

The latest delay in Europe’s multibillion-dollar Galileo timing and navigation satellite program will give the prime contractor for 14 follow-on satellites less than two years before it must begin launching the spacecraft in late 2012.

Speaking with a fresh sense of realism after numerous Galileo deadlines have been missed, officials attending the Munich Satellite Navigation Summit here said that while Galileo may be able to provide an initial set of services in 2014, the system is unlikely to be fully operational before 2016 to 2019.

Paul Verhoef, satellite navigation program manager at the European Commission, which is financing Galileo, said the full-service start date depends on when the program is given the additional money needed to build the full 30-satellite constellation.

OHB Technology of Bremen, Germany, is under contract to build 14 Galileo satellites, with the first two to be delivered in time for launch in late 2012. Ingo Engelin, OHB’s Galileo program director, said the company is confident it can make this date, although he conceded it will be a challenge.

Once the first two satellites are completed, OHB and its partner, Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd. of Britain, will be turning out Galileo satellites at a rate of about one every six weeks, in time to launch all 14 by late 2014. Engelin said his experience managing production of the five German SAR-Lupe radar reconnaissance satellites gives him confidence that once the first two satellites are completed, the remaining 12 will be delivered rapidly.

Astrium Satellites and Thales Alenia Space are leading a consortium building the four IOV satellites. Mike Healy, director of navigation at Astrium Satellites, said all four are in the assembly, integration and test phase at a Thales Alenia Space plant near Rome.

Healy confirmed European government officials’ assessment that the first two IOV spacecraft likely will not be ready for shipment to the launch site until the first quarter of 2011. The second pair should be ready for launch in the second quarter, Healy said.

Galileo program officials are concerned that cash-strapped European Union governments will attempt to limit the constellation to 18 satellites, which is enough to provide limited initial service.

Javier Benedicto, head of the Galileo project office at the European Space Agency, which is serving as technology manager for Galileo on behalf of the European Commission, said Galileo’s mass-market Open Service, its search-and-rescue function and its government-only, encrypted Public Regulated Service could function with only 16 satellites.

Because of higher-than-expected costs for the IOV development phase and for the launch vehicles for the 14 operational satellites, the European Commission does not have sufficient funds to build and launch the intended constellation of 30 spacecraft — 27 operational satellites and three in-orbit spares, Verhoef said.

Verhoef reacted strongly to the idea that 18 satellites is enough.

“We need 27 operational satellites in the air,” Verhoef said here March 9. “It is an illusion to believe we can do this with 18 satellites. To give you an idea, that would mean that for three weeks in the year you will not have satellite navigation. One-half of a BMW is not a car.”

Johann-Dietrich Woerner, chairman of the German space agency, DLR, agreed that the Galileo constellation would lose much of its future potential if it were slashed to fewer than 27 satellites. “We need all 30 satellites including the spares,” Woerner said.

Verhoef did not speculate on whether financing for the remaining satellites and their launchers would be available before 2014, when the European Commission’s next budget cycle begins.
Nighthawk 发表于 2010-3-11 11:10 | 显示全部楼层
回复 94# shaolin1254


    只怕国内的筒子说你伽利略不但抢频率,竟然还抢我们火箭
shaolin1254 发表于 2010-3-11 12:39 | 显示全部楼层
回复 97# Nighthawk


  要是能获得伽利略的发射合同再组批生产火箭就成了

  话说回来现在北斗和长3系列火箭到底是谁在等谁呀。。。。。。
shaolin1254 发表于 2010-3-11 16:20 | 显示全部楼层
首批伽利略验证卫星将推迟发射  

新闻发布时间:2010-03-11


  [据美国太空新闻网2010年3月10日报道] 欧洲政府和工业界官员在3月10日表示,前两颗欧洲伽利略卫星将到2011年初才能准备好运往发射场,它们将构成未来30颗卫星组成星座的一部分,第二对卫星则要之后三个月才能准备好。前两颗卫星原本打算在2010年后半年被运往发射场。
  
  四颗伽利略在轨验证(IOV)卫星的延期交付是独立的,它们与打算使用的欧洲型俄罗斯联盟火箭是否能按时交付无关。前两颗IOV卫星将搭载第三枚从欧洲圭亚那太空中心发射的联盟火箭升空。欧洲型联盟火箭的首次发射目前准备在2010年夏天进行,也许要推迟到秋季。官员称,即使IOV卫星已经事先准备完毕,也可能将联盟火箭的第三次飞行推迟到2011年中期进行。
  
  德国OHB技术公司签署合同将建造后续14颗伽利略卫星,其中前两颗将在2012年末发射。虽然充满挑战,但OHB公司称他们有信心按时发射。一旦前两颗卫星建造完毕,OHB公司和它的合作伙伴萨里公司将每6周生产一颗伽利略卫星,这样在2014年末就可以交付全部14颗伽利略卫星。

  伽利略系统或许能从2014年开始提供初始服务,直到2016到2019年才能进入全面运行。欧洲委员会的卫星导航项目经理沃霍夫称,全面运行的时间取决于该项目何时能够获得建造全部30颗卫星的充裕资金。
  
  伽利略项目官员担心,受资金问题困扰的欧盟政府有可能将星座卫星数量限定为18颗,因为18颗卫星就足以提供有限的初始服务。(中国航天工程咨询中心 谢慧敏)  

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shaolin1254 发表于 2010-3-11 16:22 | 显示全部楼层
一旦前两颗卫星建造完毕,OHB公司和它的合作伙伴萨里公司将每6周生产一颗伽利略卫星,这样在2014年末就可以交付全部14颗伽利略卫星。
-------------------------------这卫星制造速度可够快的。。。。。。
crbyt 发表于 2010-3-11 16:41 | 显示全部楼层
这个速度,。。。。。北斗望尘莫及啊。。。。
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