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Live rocket launch


Peco4321

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It is always fun to watchb and informative as well--interestingly enough the satellite reached 19,000 miles but I don't think it is its final placement to be in geosynchronous orbit?

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Apparently the glitch was after first stage separation... they just omitted to mention this during the continuing webcast.

Their CEO offered their 'deepest excuses to our customers' :happy7:

It seems both satellites ended up in their orbits but it sounds like at least one may not be able to get to where it needs to be.

 

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4 minutes ago, Stub Mandrel said:

It seems both satellites ended up in their orbits but it sounds like at least one may not be able to get to where it needs to be.

Yes, one will get there but a month late, not sure about the other one.

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