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An MHI H-2A Rocket Launches JDRS-1 with an Optical Data Relay Satellite
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[Launch 1:07:02] JAXA Launch H-II A Rocket LIVE | JDRS-1 Mission | H-2A Rocket F43 Launch Live
Watch the JAPAN's rare launch of H-II A Rocket Live. The payload onboard will be the JDRS-1 Satellite( Japan Data Relay Satellite). Japan will launch a joint military/civilian data relay satellite. It is unknown if Mitsubishi Heavy Industries will provide a webcast of this launch. JDRS-1, Japanese Data Relay Satellite 1. Made for both military and civilian use, the military side of the satellite will serve as a data relay for the nation’s IGS-Optical and IGS-Radar reconnaissance satellites already in operation. The civilian side of the payload is where the satellite takes its name. JDRS will perform similar data relay operations for civilian and scientific spacecraft in orbit. JDRS-1 will be placed in Geostationary orbit where it will serve a similar role to other data relay satellites, like NASA’s Tracking and Data Relay Satellite (TDRS) system and ESA’s European Data Relay System (EDRS). H-IIA (202)
Japan’s medium-lift rocket. The H-IIA overall (both its variants) is a rare rocket; it started as a government-owned and operated launcher under the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) in the mid- to late-1990s and transitioned in 2007 to a privately-held, commercially offered rocket by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries. It has only suffered a single failure. In November 2003, a burn through on one of the solid rocket boosters destroyed its separation system causing it to remain attached after burn out. The added mass of the spent booster prevented the rocket from achieving orbit. The H-IIA 202 is one of two operational variants of the H-IIA rocket. The “202” designation indicates: 2 (number of main stages), 0 (number of side-mounted liquid-fueled boosters), 2 (number of strap-on solid rocket boosters). While additional stages and liquid-fueled boosters were originally envisioned, they never came to be. Therefore, the H-IIA always has two stages and never has liquid-fueled strap-on boosters, so the first two numbers never change. #JAXA #Japan #Rocket Credit- NVS for the stream
H IIA - JDRS 1 | Lancement fr
Lancement d'un satellite de reconnaissance radar
LANZAMIENTO del Cohete HIIA/JDRS-1 desde Japón -MALA CALIDAD Original (COMENTARIOS EN ESPAÑOL)
Japón lanzó para poner en órbita Geo sincrónica el satélite JDRS-1 con un cohete H-IIA (H2A) descartable operado por Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) para la Agencia de Exploración Aeroespacial JAXA. ***************LAMENTABLEMENTE LA CALIDAD DEL ENCARGADO DE LA TRANSMISION DESIGANDO POR EL LANZADOR (MITSUBISHI INDUSTRIES) FUE MUY MALA. Especialmente comparando con lo que fue el lanzamiento anterior de la Sonda HOPE a Marte para los Emiratos Árarbes Unidos del 20 de Julio de 2020.*********************************** Estos cohetes H-IIA propulsados por combustible líquido han sido utilizados para lanzar satélites geoestacionarios, también para lanzar una nave a la órbita lunar e incluso para lanzar la sonda Akatsuki, la cual estudió el planeta Venus. El lanzamiento fué en el Centro Espacial de Tanegashima, en Japón. DATOS: Etapas: 2
Largo: 53.0 m
Diámetro: 4.0 m
Masa al lanzamiento: 445 Toneladas
Empuje: 1078 kN
Nombre: H-II Variante A
Capacidad de Carga: 15.000 Kg a la órbita baja terrestre LEO
Órbita de transferencia Geoestacionaria: 6000 kg
Costo del lanzamiento: (USD)$90,000,000 Crédito: nvs-live.com https://youtu.be/tPAXBKh9O4Y
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