ANASIS-II

ANASIS-II Launch

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Information

  • Mission name : ANASIS-II

  • Launch Date UTC : 2020-07-19T21:00:00.000Z

  • Launch date local : 2020-07-19T17:00:00-04:00

  • Launch date UNIX : 1595192400

  • Launch pad : Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Space Launch Complex 40

  • Rocket : Falcon 9 Block 5

  • First Stage

    • Reused? : yes

    • Landing type : ASDS (Autonomous Spaceport Drone Ship)

  • Second Stage

    • Payload : ANASIS-II

      • Type : Satellite

      • Customers : South Korea

      • Orbit : GEO

        • Reference system : geocentric

        • Regime : geosynchronous

  • Other statistics:

    • Flight N°98 of SpaceX

  • Details : SpaceX will launch ANASIS-II, a South Korean geostationary military communication satellite from LC-39A, Kennedy Space Center. It will be South Korea's first dedicated military communications satellite. Falcon 9 will deliver the satellite to a geostationary transfer orbit. The booster is expected to land downrange on an ASDS.

  • Recent Twitter news :

    • Targeting tomorrow, June 26 at 4:18 p.m. EDT for launch of 57 Starlink satellites and 2 spacecraft from @SpaceflightInc’s customer BlackSky— SpaceX (@SpaceX) June 25, 2020

    • Standing down from today’s mission due to weather; proceeding through the countdown until T-1 minute for data collection. Will announce a new target launch date once confirmed on the Range— SpaceX (@SpaceX) July 8, 2020

Telemetry

The entiere Telemetry of the launch has been extracted using SpaceXTelemetry (program that i wrote, not open source now)

SXT reads data frame by frame and it uses the Optical Character Recognition (OCR) and sometimes this OCR could give wrong results because it isn't perfect, so some numbers are faked a little, with all the extracted data i started making comparisons and graphs

Predicted calculations predicted calculations done to the launch ( not everytime they are accurate)

  • Vertical speed file in CSV or JSON,

  • Horizontal speed file in CSV or JSON,

  • Downrange file in CSV or JSON,

  • Acceleration file in CSV or JSON,

  • Analysis file in CSV or JSON, (contains all the data above except the acceleration)

Graphs (they are avaible in the API)

Mission Timeline

Time

Event

T-00:00:03

STARTUP THE FALCON 9 FLIGHT COMPUTERS HAVE TAKEN CONTROL OF THE COUNTDOWN

T-00:00:00

LIFTOFF THE HOLODOWN CLAMPS HAVE RELEASED FALCON 9 AND WE HAVE BEGUN OUR FLIGHT

T+00:01:15

MAX Q MAXIMUM DYNAMIC PRESSURE THIS IS THE LARGEST AMOUNT OF AERODYNAMIC STRESS EXERTED ON THE VEHICLE

T+00:02:39

MECO MAIN ENGINE CUTOFF

T+00:02:41

STAGE SEPARATION STAGE 1 HAS SEPARATED FROM STAGE 2

T+00:02:47

SES 1 SECOND ENGINE STARTUP 1

T+00:03:37

FAIRING DEPLOY THE PROTECTIVE NOSECONE AT THE TOP OF THE ROCKET HAS BEEN DEPLOYED

T+00:06:28

STAGE ENTRY STAGE 1 IS STARTING ITS ENTRY BURN SLOWING IT DOWN FOR ENTRY INTO THE ATMOSPHERE

T+00:08:13

SECO 1 SECOND ENGINE CUTOFF

T+00:08:17

STAGE 1 LANDING STAGE 1 HAS BEGUN ITS LANDING BURN SLOWING IT FOR TOUCHDOWN AT SEA

T+00:26:39

SES 2 SECOND ENGINE START 2

T+00:27:35

SECO 2 SECOND ENGINE CUTOFF 2

API

The API is published in SpaceXTelemetry-API

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