#Arianespace #Airbus | Flight #VV13 launching the #MOHAMMEDVIB # Satellite from the #Vega #CarrierRocket for the Kingdom of Morocco Government for #EarthSciences …

Arianespace Airbus Thales Alenia Space | Flight VV13 launching the MOHAMMED VI B Satellite from the Vega Carrier Rocket for the Kingdom of Morocco Government for Earth Sciences …


On 20th Tuesday November 2018- French Guiana time, launching from French Guiana from the VLC- Vega Launch Complex is the AirbusAirbus Space and Defense- Arianespace Vega Carrier Rocket, in which placing its ninth launch of the Vega Carrier Rocket in which is a Versatile Light Launcher … launching from before midnight at 1043 local hours French Guiana time …. Launching from Spaceport, French Guiana (Guiana Space Center)….

Launching that flight is VV13, in which launching the MOHAMMED VI Satellite is an Earth Observation Satellite, in which is placed in SSO- Sun Synchronous Orbit, manufactured Contracted by Thales Alenia Space catered for the Government of Kingdom of Morocco in a consortium partnership with Airbus …..

The payload provisionments is used for as an Earth landscaping observation data gathering satellite, Earth Sciences as its main role in which, to data gather for Mapping scanning, terrain surveying activities for regional development in agriculture, also observations in providing data on climate changes, also provides an intelligence role in Maritime, border surveillance ..  The MOHAMMED VI B Satellite is a the second of the its MOHAMMED satellite constellation program in which previous its sister MOHAMMED VI A was launched on the same Vega Carrier Rocket series in 7th November 2017 in which is like a fitting for a one year anniversary


Liftoff is scheduled for Tuesday, November 20th 2018 – French Guiana time at exactly:

8:42:31 p.m., in Washington D.C.

10:42:31 p.m., local time in French Guiana

01:42:31, Universal Time (UTC), on November 21, 2018

2:42:31 a.m., in Paris, on November 21, 2018

 – 2:42:31 a.m., in Rabat, on November 21, 2018

#Arianespace #Airbus #Vega | #ESA Flight #VV12 – launching the #Aeolus Satellite for advance #WeatherForecasting also #EarthSciences …..


On 21st August 2018, from the AirbusArianespaceESA- European Space Agency– French Guiana, it is the twelfth flight of the Vega Carrier Rocket, it which it’s the fifth launch for the year….  The Vega Carrier Rocket carries with a scientific payload with weather instrumentation for advance weather forecasting… also flight VV12 is the demonstration flight in enhancing the Vega Carrier Rocket versatility also it adaptive to various mission specifications …

Launching from the Vega Launch Complex, on 21st August 2018, with the launch window time of 0620 Hours local time in the morning..  in which the mission launch duration from launch towards deployment of the payload satellite is fifty five minutes and fifty seven seconds..


The payload is a ESA-European Space Agency ESA’s Aeolus Satellite it’s a Weather Forecasting satellite that be deployed into SSO- Sun Synchronous Orbit, in which will be place in 320 Kilometers above earth.. Manufactured by Airbus Defense and Space, with an operational life cycle of three years and three months based on Mars Express Design satellite platform in which that platform was modified towards weather forecasting specifications with the aspects of high data gathering of long term research of studying This Planet Earth’s atmosphere utilizing various instrumentation with a Doppler wind LIDAR called Aladin (Atmospheric LAser Doppler INstrument) – an advanced laser system designed to timely and accurately measure global wind-profiles from space. Aeolus will probe the atmosphere with pioneering ultraviolet laser pulses, which will enhance the understanding of tropical dynamics and processes relevant to climate variability.

#Arianespace | Flight # VV10 – OptSat-3000 and Venµs- Two Payloads within one #VEGA Rocket launch mission highlights…. .


On Tuesday, 1st August 2017 from the Arianespace  launched recently two communications satellites within on payload carrier rocket in which that will be the Vega Flight VV10..from its European Space Agency- French Guainía launch Complex….. Both Payloads are delicate to Earth Sciences in which are Earth Observatories Satellites for the Italy, France and Israel..  This Launch is the 10th Vega Launch that its first time launch of the Vega Carrier Rocket dates back to 2012, Guiana Space Center both payloads will be launched in satellite passengers into two Sun-synchronous orbits (SSO)

OptSat-3000  is OHB Italia, Israel Ministry of Science and Technology, the OptSat- 3000 is an Earth Observatory for the Italian  Ministry of Defense in which will provide the provisions of utilisation of ultra-high resolution imagining of using radar and combination of high end optical installation equipment to study the Earth with analytically abilities..  The Satellite will be placed at satellite passengers into two Sun-synchronous orbits (SSO) at altitude of 450 Kilometres with a operations life of seven years..

Venµs is a elespazio, Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd (IAI) , is also design as an Earth Observation Platform satellite in Sun-synchronous orbits (SSO) at 720 Kilometres in Altitude  with an operation life of 4.5 years servicing..  its operationally provisionment is a collaboration of  Israel Space Agency (ISA) also French CNES space agency (Centre National d’Etudes Spatiales).  Its provision is the Data observation collection of worldwide study of evolution of vegetation for environmental purposes in which will data observations collection, every day covering 760 square kilometres in which are utilized by multi spectra instruments also with that heavy amount of instruments it’ll detect any amount of data observation that’s not visible to human eyes..

Liftoff  timing Tuesday, August 1, 2017, at exactly:

– 09:58:33 p.m., Washington, D.C. time
– 10:58:33 p.m., local time in French Guiana
– 01:58:33, Universal Time (UTC), on August 2
– 03:58:33 a.m., Paris and Rome time, on August 2
– 04:58:33 a.m., Tel Aviv, time, on August 2