Sep. 8, 2014 to Sep. 12, 2014
Sep. 11, 2014 to Sep. 12, 2014
Sep. 15, 2014 to Sep. 17, 2014
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Sep. 23, 2014 to Sep. 25, 2014
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- Aug 23 Galileo Launch, Initially Hailed as Success, Is a Failure http://t.co/FQ5cmhyAbA http://t.co/qzcJev2rQz
- Aug 23 Europeanized Soyzuz delivered Galileo satellites to useless orbit. http://t.co/ZwLsIZGeEp http://t.co/CBTbV6q87Q
- Aug 23 RT @planet4589: My latest calc shows the 2nd Fregat burn on the Galileo launch had almost exactly the correct magnitude but the wrong direc…
- Aug 23 Limping up to admit it once more: NEVER tout launch success before a readout of ALL orbital parameters. Painfully learned anew w/Galileo.
- Aug 23 Galileo launch failure focus: Lavochkin-built Fregat stage. Why did it put sats in a useless orbit. What telemetry was sent to ground teams?
- Aug 23 Galileo anomaly a bitter irony for Europe: It took US military data to announce location of Europe's own positioning/nav/timing sats.
- Aug 23 Galileo injection anomaly, 1st indications: Inclination is too far off-target (47 v. 56 deg goal) to expect much use of these two sats.
- Aug 23 Euro Space Agency: Industry/agency teams now analyzing Galileo sat-injection anomaly to determine effect on planned 12-yr service life.
- Aug 23 SpaceX Falcon-9R explosion https://t.co/LC9FX2snPP via @mikegruss
- Aug 23 RT @pbdes: Arianespace confirms orbital injection anomaly - 'a discrepancy between targeted and reached orbit' - for the 2 Galileo navsats.
- Aug 23 .@SpaceX Falcon 9 test vehicle destroyed Fri in accident. @jeff_foust has the story. http://t.co/FsoNWnhxUi http://t.co/rbMsHPXvuH
- Aug 22 RT @planet4589: New TLE data for objects from the Galileo launch still shows three objects in 13720 x 25920 km orbit.