#Arianespace #Airbus #ESA #JAXA | flight #VA245 – Launching the #Ariane5 #CarrierRocket for the #BepiColombo the mission to study the #Planet #Mercury ….. Returning the message to #TheMessenger…….


On 20th October 2018 Saturday, from the Airbus Arianespace launch complex, launching from French Spaceport GSC – Guiana Space Center, Launching from there at Tokyo Time at 1045.28 hours..  is the Launch of the Flight VA245 Airbus Space and Defense Ariane 5 ECA, in which providing the launch of its Customers ESA European Space Agency, JAXA – Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency in which is launching one payload into space towards the first planet in the Sol- Solar System is the Planet Mercury, in which recent past explorations it’s been neglected among with everyone talking about Mars, among the rest of the large Gaseous planets in the Sol System..

Launching the BepiColombo Probe towards the Planet Mercury it’ll explore the Terrestrial Planet, in which will be a collaborative exploration in between ESA a member of the Belt and Road initiative among with JAXA in which the Ariane five -ECA Carrier Rocket will help to escape velocity trajectory inject the payload towards the first rocky planet, Mercury, the Messenger…  in which will arrive to the first planet at 2025.. To the year where NASA’s ISS- International Space Station is forecast to be decommission due to system wide breakdowns of its early modules and components…

Previous exploration mission towards the messenger, Mercury.. undertaken previously by NASA-National Space Administration… in which with Mariner ten during the 20th century – 1974-1976..in which provide the first realism photographs of the Mercury environments providing later with Messenger during the 21st Century 2011-2016 with the same goals but with higher resolution of observational data ..

BepiColombo is the first Collaborative European –Japanese exploration mission to study in which sets out to data collect, analysis the Mercury’s planetary composition, history, geophysical, exosphere also its Magnetosphere.. One of the many mission requirements is the exploration understanding of how terrestrial planets support life also how it arisen during the formation of the history of the Sol System… Also creating an understanding of Exo planetary systems…  BepiColombo is named after the Italian mathematician engineer Giuseppe (Bepi) Colombo.. In which BepiColombo has the design frame criteria for the mission to endure an inquisition of Earth’s nearest star the Sun, at 360 Degrees Celsius with a mission duration of one year given if all systems of BepiColombo works functionally after a year initial mission cycle a reconsideration will rotate another one year mission duration cycle till it’s life cycle of BepiColombo finally succumbed to the Sun’s inquisition….


Liftoff is planned on Friday, October 19, 2018 at exactly: – 09:45:28 p.m. Washington, D.C. time – 10:45:28 p.m. Kourou, French Guiana time – 01:45:28 Universal Time (UTC) on Saturday, October 20, 2018 – 03:45:28 a.m. Paris time on Saturday, October 20, 2018 – 10:45:28 a.m. Tokyo time on Saturday, October 20, 2018….

That bright shiny thing at night with four massive solar panels?


This other app that I’ve pick up during this week, is the NASA International Space Station Live, it very quiet straight forward to you used,  as I found this goes in hand with other App I reviewed previously,   Star Walk also Solar Walk.  Both Apps have the real time positioning of the International Space Station.

Developed by NASA to education outreach the public about the ISS- International Space Station, this app shows you the Partners  of the assembly of the ISS. In a coloured three dimensional form, such country partners as Canada (CSA), Europe (ESA) Japan (JAXA)  Russia(RFSA-ROSCOSMOS) , United States (NASA) and other international partners.

One of the other features, shows it real time positioning, around the earth, and the orientation of the main Solar Panels that powers the life station up. One good thing it recives live updates of what it’s doing around the orbit of the Earth. There’s  another interesting part of the App, which gives you a virtual tour of the ISS mission Control Centre and gives you a tour information on what Station console office does.  The time line is one of the most impressive part, gives you a chronological order of what the expeditions missions to come, present, and past. Also if you explore the timeline app further it shows the crews day’s schedule, like lunch, breakfast, and other  daily routines throught-out the day.

Like to Know More about the International Space Station.

Also like to know More about the  ISS LIVE App. Plus it’s Fee also!

Develop by NASA