[2017-10-09] H-IIA 202 | Michibiki 4 (QZS-4)

Dati principali del lancio

Data di lancio 2017-10-09 22:01:37
Esito lancio SUCCESSO

Dettagli della missione

Nome Michibiki 4 (QZS-4)
Tipo Telecomunicazioni
Orbita Orbita geosincrona (GSO)

Centro e rampa di lancio

Nome Yoshinobu Launch Complex - Tanegashima, Giappone1 2 :jp:
Lanci dalla rampa 39
Lanci dal Centro 84
Atterraggi al Centro 0

Lanciatore

Vettore H-IIA 202 1
Costruttore Mitsubishi Heavy Industries :jp: 1 2
Fornitore servizi di lancio Mitsubishi Heavy Industries :jp:1 2
Primo volo 2001-08-29
Numero stadi 2
Altezza 53,00 m
Diametro 4,00 m
Peso al lancio 285 t
Spinta al decollo 2.260 kN
Capacità di carico LEO: 10.000 kg
GTO: 4.100 kg
Successi/Lanci totali 28/28 (28 consecutivi)

Video

H-IIAロケット36号機による準天頂衛星みちびき4号機の打上げを中継します。 打上げ予定日:2017年10月10日 打上げ予定時間帯:7時00頃(予定) 打上げ予備期間:2017年10月11日~11月30日 打上げ時刻は8日14時からの打上げ前会見 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v…

Altri video

Ultimo aggiornamento: 2022-07-01T03:49:01 con AstronautiBOT 10 beta 1 - Fonte: LaunchLibrary2 API

The Quasi-Zenith Satellite System (QZSS) is a three-satellite regional time transfer system and the satellite-based augmentation system for the GPS that would be receivable within Japan. The primary purpose of QZSS is to increase the availability of GPS in Japan’s numerous urban canyons, where only satellites at very high elevation can be seen. A secondary function is performance enhancement, increasing the accuracy and reliability of GPS derived navigation solutions. A single satellite weighs about 4000 kg, has an expected lifetime of 15 years and is put in a elliptical, highly inclined geosynchronous orbit.