#SpaceX #FalconNine | #Iridium5NEXT – one non-traditional launching ten satellites in one launch from those nine daisies mightily #MerlinEngines…


On 30th March 2018 on a Californian’s THE O.C. The Cohen, Cooper And Nichol Family’s  Easter Friday, it’s the West Coast launch of next patch of series of Iridium five NEXT Satellites in the series of having seventy five in orbit in which the series of seventy five completes the Iridium’s Next Generation global satellite constellation network…

Launching Iridium Next Satellites, from Californian at Vandenberg Air Force Base from SpaceX modified  SLC-4E- Space Launch complex 4E…launching the fifth series of set launches on 0713 Pacific Daylight time in the west Coast morning hopefully the weather meets the launch criteria..   In which a backup solution is the next day on Saturday 31st March 2018..


The first staging of Falcon Nine was previously used on a previous reusable launch on the third series of the Iridium NEXT’s set launches in which launched from the same launch complex… This launch is a SpaceX non-traditional launch in which it’ll won’t be recovered after least three minutes into the launch in which won’t be recovered by drone ship.. due to the nature of the launch commitment of placing the patch of ten Iridium Next Satellites..

The Next Generation of Iridium 5 Next series Satellites, manufactured by Thales Alenia Space, is set to replace the existing satellite networks with innovative next generation data communications provisionments with eighty one planned to orbit around Planet Earth…  in a constellation formation  in which the communication provisionments is delivering high degrees of qualities velocities real time of Data Communications in services providing for aviation, Marine time, internet Data provisions communications with terrestrial towards non and government organisations.. one of many innovations is the Aviation surveillance tracking  systems that will gives real time air traffic controls of global visibilities with ADS-B Equipped Aircraft..

#SpaceX #Iridium3 | #JustReadTheInstructions with Ten #IridiumNext ’s on one Falcon nine launch- Highlights…..


On that California west coast morning, from Space X Space Launch Complex 4E (SLC-4E) at Vandenberg Air Force Base… is the Launch of a piggy back ride of ten Thales Alenia Space   Iridium 3 – Iridium Next Satellites in which is constructed by Orbital ATK.. In which was launched on that Californian Monday of 9th October 2017 on 0531 hours Los Angeles Time- Pacific Date Time…

As per usual on some payload is singular, but currently trends with the increase in technologies on satellite technologies making them smaller, compact…? Meaning on carrier launch providers can launch two or more, this case its call piggy packing on a singular launch vehicle …. In this case the Iridium 3- Next satellites are design to have that clustering payload…  in which the clustering payloads are launched into a LEO-Low Earth Orbit for more maximized communications coverage with overlapping communications coverage…  in sequences from satellite one to ten..

Within ten minutes least from the launch is the landing of the first stage of reusable  staging carrier rocket on an off shore drone ship “ Just Read The Instructions”  that was station in the Pacific Ocean.

Iridium Next Constellation is built from very ground up like assembly of building from a ground up of an aircraft or a car… in which the satellites are designed for LEO- Low Earth Orbit in with back up, also spare parts…. As with the LEO- Low Earth Orbit of 780 Kilometers above earth to allow shorter transmission paths also with given stronger signal gains of a LEO with a lower Latency, shorter registration time than having a GEO- Geo Stationary Orbit..  With the numerous clusters of the Iridium Next network in LEO, it’ll will minimized the empty spots therefore increasing the area coverage of continuing communications with overlapping communication coverage spots to minimizes dropped connections and various types of communications….  As the network is in LEO travelling in orbit at 27360 Km/hour it cover more communications requirements in each orbit takes 100 minutes ….