#RocketLab #火箭實驗室 |#RunningOutOfFingers also celebrating with #Rosie with a milestone of ten #Electron #CarrierRocket launches ….

On sixth December 2019 on its Tenth Milestone Launched termed Running Out Of Fingers  …. An American – New Zealand based Carrier Rocket company Rocket lab in which it’s preparations for an launching window from  25th November 2019  in which is bound to be launched from the eastern coast of North Island New Zealand from its Mahia Peninsula Launch complex one launch for the late February calendar.. In which it’ll be position in a LEO –Low Earth Orbital position… In which its launch time reference is on the sixth December 2019….   Also featuring the next generation’s series of the Electron 3D printed booster rocket engine for its tenth launched…

Launching featuring Electron Carrier Rocket with its carbon fibre fuselage with its next generation 3D printed engine… is this mission will carry deployment of several Commercial Small Satellites into its designated orbit in which the Next Generation Electron Engine is designed to be used as Reusable for the Reusable first Staging Carrier Rocket in which is test driving for any lessons learn towards full commercially of a cost effective reusable carrier rocket..  In which during marks an important milestone for tenth mission in which counting those flights with fingers in running out of fingers..  The staffs on their first launch were the momentous with first time excitement …..  In which they share their moments…in which during that time they also celebrated that milestone with the additional Mahia Peninsula Launch Complex One A  as to North Island -New Zealand- Mahia Peninsula Launch Complex One learnt lessons of  of Northern Hemisphere Wallops  establishment of the Launch Complex two.. 

Introducing Rosie is the rocket building robot. Rosie is a custom built 140 square meter robot that enables the precision machining of Electron’s carbon composite structures, including stage 1, stage 2, and the fairing. In just 12 hours, all marking, cutting, drilling, milling, and sanding is completed on a vehicle, in which reduces the time of manufacturing of the core stages of the Electron Carrier Rocket.. in which producing one Carrier rocket within every  twelve hour cycle in which ready towards the assembly removing the hundreds of hours of drilling

#RocketLab #火箭實驗室 | Testing the #NextGeneration #Electron #CarrierRocket #RunningOutOfFingers in developing progressively for #ReusableCarrierRocket ….

An American – New Zealand based Carrier Rocket company Rocket lab in which it’s preparations for an launch of 25th November 2019  in which is bound to be launched from the eastern coast of North Island New Zealand from its Mahia Peninsula Launch complex one launch for the late February calendar.. In which it’ll be position in a LEO –Low Earth Orbital position… In which its launch time is unknown to be announce….   Also featuring the next generation’s series of the Electron 3D printed booster rocket engine for its tenth launched…

Launching featuring Electron Carrier Rocket with its carbon fibre fuselage with its next generation 3D printed engine.. is this mission will carry deployment of several Commercial Small Satellites  into its designated orbit in which the Next Generation Electron Engine is designed to be used as Reusable for the Reusable first Staging Carrier Rocket in  which is test driving for any lessons learn towards full commercially of a cost effective reusable carrier rocket..

On this mission of Running out of Fingers, is an onboard rideshare mission in which the payload composes of six spacecraft’s 5cm PocketQube microsatellites from satellite manufacturer and mission management provider Alba Orbita…. In which the final eighth payload to ridesharing is Spaceflight for ALE Co., Ltd (ALE), a Tokyo-based company creating microsatellites that simulate meteor particles.

ATL-1: A payload from Advanced Technology of Laser (ATL) from Hungary designed to test a new thermal isolation material in space, conduct a thermal insulator material experiment, and DVB-T band spectrum monitoring.

Fossasat-1: FossaSat 1 is a picosatellite developed by Spanish non-profit organization Fossa Systems. The spacecraft, which fits in the palm of a hand, is a communications satellite that uses low power RF to provide IOT connectivity.

NOOR 1A & NOOR 1B: These satellites from Stara Space will demonstrate LEO-to-LEO intersatellite link technology communicating with ground stations on Earth; crucial technologies required to create a real-time global communications constellation in space.

SMOG-P: A novel spectrum monitoring payload built by students at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics in Hungary. Smog-P features a spectrum analyzer to measure man-made electromagnetic pollution from space.

TRSI Sat: ACME AtronOmatic is a US-Germany based software application development company that provides flight tracking services to the aviation community and to mobile applications such as MyRadar, a weather radar application for mobile devices.

ALE-2: Tokyo-based ALE Co., Ltd ‘s ALE-2 satellite aims to create man-made shooting stars by simulating re-entering meteor particles. The satellite includes multiple redundant attitude sensors and controllers, as well as a propulsion system for maneuvers.

Launch update: We’re standing down from today’s launch attempt to conduct further tests on ground systems. We’ll update with a new target launch date soon. The window remains open until 12 December

Work on the Stage 2 umbilical that caused us to stand down from last week’s launch is nearing completion, however poor weather conditions are driving a launch attempt no earlier than 07:56 UTC, Friday 6 Dec. Stay tuned for updates as we continue to assess weather this week.

Teams at Launch Complex 1 are moving into position for today’s launch December sixth 2019  in which launch successfully  attempt of the #RunningOutOfFingers mission. Ground winds are a concern that we’re monitoring as we approach the opening of the window at 07:56 UTC.

 Including during this first test flight of the testing the next generation of  Electron Carrier Rocket with its new Next Generation Rutherford Engine in progressively developing towards Reusability  the first guided, full telemetry re-entry of the Electron launch vehicle’s first stage as part of Rocket Lab’s plans to re-use and re-fly rocket boosters in future missions. Recovery instrumentation onboard this flight will include guidance and navigation hardware, including S-band telemetry and onboard flight computer systems, to live-gather data during the first stage’s atmospheric re-entry, as well as a reaction control system to orient the booster.. In which those new instruments installed will help the process of developing the Next Generation Electron reusable Carrier Rocket …

 

Credit Images and visuals are from Rocketlab.usa

#RocketLab #火箭實驗室 |#光子 – The #Photon #Spacecraft is not that #StarTrek #PhotonTorpedo ….?

Down Southern hemisphere in Mountain Wellington – Auckland, New Zealand,  an American Base Carrier Rocket Company that made it’s based in an industrial section of Auckland, in which that American Base space company is Named Rocket Lab – 火箭實驗室, in which in production of their next product range in which is purposely design to fully integrated into the Electron Carrier Rocket in which also design to forgo the various steps of having to adaption, finding compatibles  or modifications … in which lead towards the one stop store in producing a spacecraft in creating a heritage space craft chassis design in a co-architecting component for the upper stage or the secondary staging for the Electron Carrier Rocket in which if forms as integrated module known as the  kick stage module…  that small robust space craft is named the光子Photon orthough it’s not that Star Trek Photon Torpedo..

With an operational life cycle of five years, Design for the LEO Low Earth Orbit towards thirty seven degrees towards SSO Sun Synchronous Orbits missions with a weight upwards of least than 170 Kilograms in which of orbital dependent.. having the Photon Space Craft that allows the Satellite to be constructed with their mission criteria requirements in which that could easily integrated, or the provide satellite hardware that could be arrange within the Photon Space Craft Chassis module also its core 3D printed  Curie Engine unit in which is core propulsion system of the secondary stage of the Electron Carrier Rocket in which among another base bundle package is the S-Band Communications systems with the integrated high fidelity Attitude Control system along with the avionics unit ….

#RocketLab #火箭實驗室 |#讓它下雨 #MakeItRain like in #Seattle with That #ElectronCarrierRocket in ride sharing with raining seven #satellites towards orbit….

Down south, southern Hemisphere North Island, New Zealand is the next making It rain in New Zealand in which New Zealand is traditional known for with random raining days that surprise you on even on the most sunniest days but the launch is dedicated to the most raining out rainfall known city in California Seattle .. Rocket lab-USA- An American – New Zealand based Carrier Rocket company Rocket lab is set to launch it next series launch in which chaptered “Make It Rain” launching from the east coast of the North Island New Zealand at its Launch Complex one – LC 1.  In which the launch window is set to be within 27th June – Thursday towards 10th July- Wednesday 2019…. In which the launch time is 1230-1630 Hong Kong Time – 1630-1830 Hours New Zealand Time, launching from the almost made in New Zealand Electron Rocket with those California west coast 3D printed Rutherford Engines..

Making it Rain during the launch  in payload Ride Sharing on one launch from Mahia Peninsula where LC1 is located …. Launching seven satellites payloads for spaceflight is including Black Sky’s Global-3 microsat, two U.S. Special Operations Command (SOCOM) Prometheus satellites and Melbourne Space Program’s ACRUX-1 CubeSat. The total mission payload mass is 80 kg. The largest spacecraft on the mission is BlackSky Global-3, a microsatellite developed, designed, and manufactured by BlackSky, a leading provider of geospatial intelligence, satellite imaging, and global monitoring services.

Rocket LAB USA- Make it Rain- including Black Sky’s Global-3 microsat

However with RocketLab has been increasing the scale of production with it primary launch carrier rocket the Electron in which recently it been manufacturing it Rutherford engines in its Huntington Beach California operations in which that facilities manufactures the 3D printed Rutherford Engines in a scale of one hundred per year to mean launch customer demands in which Rocket Lab yet to achieve an every seventy two hour launching cycle for the micro Satellite market.. With a full constructed manufactured assemble Electron Rocket Carrier Rocket per week cycle…

The launch will take place from launch toward deployment in matter in least that one hour.. least 53.26 minutes towards when all the deployment of seven satellites  from the secondary stage of the Curie Engines

#RocketLab #火箭實驗室 | #DARPA #R3D2 #NorthropGrumman #Satellite preparations launching by the #Electron #Carrier Rocket from the Mahia Peninsula….

Rocket Lab pre checking preparations for a launch for a late February 2019 for an Untied States Department of Defense – DARPA R3D2 experimental Low Earth Orbit Communications Satellite

Currently on 14th February 2019, that’s Valentine’s Day is the preparations of for upcoming launch of An American – New Zealand based Carrier Rocket company Rocket lab in which it’s preparations for a Department of Defense from the United States Government in which is bound to be launched from the eastern coast of North Island New Zealand from its Mahia Peninsula Launch complex one launch for the late February calendar.. in which it’ll be position in a LEO –Low Earth Orbital position from Rocket Lab Electron Rocket 

Rocket Lab logo patch for the R3D2 DRAPA – United States Government Department of Defense

DARPA’s Radio Frequency Risk Reduction Deployment Demonstration (R3D2) is a one hundred and fifty kilogram experimental satellite in which once deployed it’ll open up its foldable dish like antenna like a Chinese bamboo silk umbrella, like with gold mesh shell that dedicated in broadcasting and receiving communications with a Tissue Thin Kapton membrane film shell once open out towards a 2.25 meter diameter …  as it ‘s main manufacturer contractor is Northrop Grumman the contractor in which is currently working behind schedule of the NASA’s James Webb Telescope the daughter of the HST-Hubble Space Telescope..

Singular Payload of the Rocket Lab Electron carrier rocket is the United States government DARPA- R3D2 LEO -Low Earth Orbit experimental communications satellite … with deployable a Tissue Thin Kapton membrane film shell dish antenna….

The R3D2 is design provisionments of experimentally of utilizing the survivability of its dynamics of its Tissue Thin Kapton membrane film shell Antenna in which the other manufacturer partnership with MMA Design also Trident Systems providing the software defined radio systems, with Blue Canyon Technologies providing the Satellites bus or chassis it’s built out from.. Other provisionment of the R3D2 is to streamline the internet communications in orbit also creating other innovative variants for Low Earth Orbit communications from this first case also from learning from this experimental platform..