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Rocket Lab - I Can't Believe It's Not Optical Launch 08/31/2020

Lift-off of the 'I Can't Believe It's Not Optical' mission occurred at 03:05 UTC on August 31 2020 from Rocket Lab Launch Complex 1 Pad A on New Zealand's Mahia Peninsula.
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Watch Rocket Lab return to flight with their awesome Electron rocket!

In light of the previous launch’s failure to reach orbit, Rocket Lab is once more go for launch. “I Can’t Believe It’s Not Optical,” launching from Mahia, New Zealand, will fly Capella Space’s first operational earth-observation satellite into orbit.

In a play on the infamous ‘I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter’ advertising campaign, the mission name emphasizes Capella Space’s radar imaging technology. SAR, or synthetic aperture radar, allows the company to deliver hourly images irrespective of weather and time of day.

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Electron returns to flight with I Can't Believe It's Not Optical (30 Aug 2020)

Launch window: 11:05 pm - 3:05 am EDT (03:05 - 07:05 GMT)
Launch site: Launch Complex 1, Mahia Peninsula, New Zealand
Destination: Low Earth Orbit
A Rocket Lab Electron rocket will launch on its 14th flight with the Sequoia radar observation satellite for Capella Space, a commercial remote sensing company. Rocket Lab nicknamed the launch “I Can’t Believe It’s Not Optical” in reference to Capella’s synthetic aperture radar technology. Delayed from Aug 26, 28, 29.

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Core components of the 1st, 2nd, and Kick Stage engines are 3D printed!
Engine print time: 24 hours
Height: 17 m
Diameter: 1.2 m
Stages: 2
Nominal Payload: 150 kg
Max Payload: 225 kg
Nominal Sun-Synchronous Orbit: 500 km
1st Stage Engines: 9x Rutherford
1st Stage Initial Thrust: 162 kN (34,500 lbf)
1st Stage Peak Thrust: 192 kN (41,500 lbf)
1st Stage Specific Impulse (ISP): 303 sec
2nd Stage Engine: 1x Rutherford
2nd Stage Total Thrust: 22 kN (5,000 lbf)
2nd Stage Specific Impulse (ISP): 333 sec
Kick Stage Total Thrust: 120N

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Electron - I Can't Believe It's Not Optical | Mission Breakdown (Kerbal Space Program)

Here's a look at the Rocket Lab Electron launch scheduled for Wednesday August 26th to carry out the I Can't Believe It's Not Optical mission to launch the Sequoia Radar Observation Satellite into orbit. I'll briefly cover what to expect from the launch, what the satellite will do in orbit & where to go to watch it. Built in Kerbal Space Program with stock KSP parts.

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Rocket Lab - Don't Stop Me Now Launch 06/13/2020

Lift-off of the 'Don't Stop Me Now mission occurred at 05:12 UTC on June 13 2020 from Rocket Lab Launch Complex 1 on New Zealand's Mahia Peninsula.

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‘I Can’t Believe It’s Not Optical’ is a dedicated mission for Capella Space, an information services company providing Earth observation data on demand.

Capella’s payload, ‘Sequoia’, is a single 100 kg class microsatellite which will be the first publicly available satellite in the company’s commercial Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) constellation. By positioning the satellite to a 45-degree inclination, Capella Space will maximize coverage over important areas such as the Middle East, Korea, Japan, Europe, South East Asia, Africa, and the U.S.

The mission name is a nod to Capella’s SAR technology that provides high quality images of the Earth day or night, and in any weather conditions. Capella’s space-based radar can detect sub-0.5 meter changes on the surface of the Earth, providing insights and data that can be used for security, agricultural and infrastructure monitoring, as well as disaster response and recovery.

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Electron “I Can't Believe It's Not Optical” launch

Rocket Lab’s Electron launch vehicle launched the “I Can't Believe It's Not Optical” mission from Launch Complex 1 on Mahia Peninsula, New Zealand, on 31 August 2020, at 03:05 UTC (15:05 NZT). “I Can’t Believe It’s Not Optical” is a dedicated mission for Capella Space with the payload “Sequoia”, a single 100 kg class microsatellite which will be the first publicly available satellite in the company’s commercial Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) constellation. The mission is Electron’s 14th launch.
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Rocket Lab | Electron Launch | I Can’t Believe It’s Not Optical

‘I Can’t Believe It’s Not Optical’ is a dedicated mission for Capella Space, an information services company providing Earth observation data on demand.

Capella’s payload, ‘Sequoia’, is a single 100 kg class microsatellite which will be the first publicly available satellite in the company’s commercial Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) constellation.

The mission name is a nod to Capella’s SAR technology that provides high quality images of the Earth day or night, and in any weather conditions. Capella’s space-based radar can detect sub-0.5 meter changes on the surface of the Earth, providing insights and data that can be used for security, agricultural and infrastructure monitoring, as well as disaster response and recovery.

The mission will be Rocket Lab’s 14th Electron launch and lift-off will take place from Rocket Lab Launch Complex 1.

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ROCKET LAB | I CAN'T BELIEVE IT'S NOT OPTICAL | AO VIVO | MC SPACE #11

Lançamento da ROCKET LAB ao vivo com a missão I CAN'T BELIEVE IT'S NOT OPTICAL direto da Nova Zelandia.

30 de Agosto de 2020.

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Rocket Lab - I Can't Believe It's Not Optical Launch 08/31/2020

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Rocket Lab Electron ‘I Can’t Believe It’s Not Optical’ Mission Highlights

The Rocket Lab Electron rocket returned to flight with the launch of the ‘I Can’t Believe It’s Not Optical’ mission. It was launched from Rocket Lab Launch Complex 1 on New Zealand’s Māhia Peninsula at 03:05 UTC on 31 August 2020. Following a successful launch, Capella Space Sequoia Earth observation satellite was safely deployed into orbit

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Rocket Lab I Can't Believe It's Not Optical Mission Highlights

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Rocket lab bounces back with I Can't Believe It's Not Optical after their first failure to reach orbit. Unlucky launch number 13 revealed an issue with the electric pump in the rocket, and the team has since fixed the problem. Rocket Lab's reliable Electron rocket will fly Capella Space’s first operational earth-observation satellite into orbit from Mahia, New Zealand.

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Rocket Lab - I Can't Believe It's Not Optical Launch (as streamed live 31/8/20)

Lift-off of the 'I Can't Believe It's Not Optical' mission occurred at 03:05 UTC on August 31 2020 from Rocket Lab Launch Complex 1 Pad A on New Zealand's Mahia Peninsula.

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Rocket Lab Electron - I Can't Believe It's Not Optical' Launch

LANÇAMENTO ELECTRON - I CAN'T BELIEVE IT'S NOT OPTICAL

Vamos acompanhar mais um lançamento do Electron da Rocket Lab, alguns meses depois do último lançamento que acabou terminando com uma falha, agora é a hora da empresa mostrar que se recuperou e está pronta para outra.
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Rocket Lab I Can’t Believe It’s Not Optical Mission Recap

August 31st, 2020 marked the return to flight for the Electron Rocket carrying the Capella 2 satellite for San Francisco based Capella Space.

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ROCKET LAB'S ELECTRON I CAN'T BELIEVE IT'S NOT OPTICAL

Rocket Lab’s Electron smallsat launch vehicle successfully Returned To Flight with a mission nicknamed “I Can’t Believe It’s Not Optical”. This was the company’s first launch following an anomaly on the “Pics or it Didn’t Happen” flight that led to that mission’s failure.

For its 14th flight, Electron carried Capella Space’s “Sequoia” microsatellite to a low-Earth orbit (LEO) from Launch Complex 1 on New Zealand’s Mahia Peninsula. Liftoff occurred August 31 at 03:05 UTC (11:05 pm EDT on the 30th).

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Flying for the first time since a failure in early July, Rocket Lab’s Electron launcher delivered Capella Space’s first commercial radar remote sensing satellite to orbit after lifting off from New Zealand Sunday.
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Lift-off of the 'I Can't Believe It's Not Optical' mission occurred at 03:05 UTC on August 31 2020 from Rocket Lab Launch Complex 1 Pad A on New Zealand's Mahia Peninsula.

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