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ARIANE Launch

29 March 1995

Successful launch of Ariane V71


The 71st Ariane launch (V71) succesfully lifted-off last night from Europe's Spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana, at 20:14 hrs Kourou time (01:14 hrs Paris time on 29 March 1995). The next Ariane launch (V72), which will carry ESA's Earth Observation Satellite ERS-2 on board, is scheduled to take place in the 3rd week of April 1995.

ARIANE Launch

28 March 1995

The V71 Ariane launch has been rescheduled for the night of 28 to 29 March 1995.

ERS-1 LBR quality

23 March 1995

Users of ERS-1 Low Bit Rate data should be aware that as a result of some fine control manoeuvres that will be performed until 24 March 95 the availability and quality of this data can not be guaranteed during this period.

RA software

23 March 1995

A new version of the Low date Data Processing Facility (LRDPF) software was installed and will be in use from March 22, 1995, 5:30 UTC. This modification will lead to a better accuracy of the Radar Altimeter range measurement.

ARIANE Launch

21 March 1995

Ariane V71 launch postponed - Due to the malfunction of a valve that could not be closed tight at the third stage of the launcher, the 71st Ariane launch (V71), originally scheduled to take place in the night from 20 to 21 March 1995, has been postponed.

Phase G begins

21 March 1995

ERS-1 has nominally started Phase G from Orbit 19248, today at 09:01:49 UTC.

ERS-1 manoeuvre

16 March 1995

Nominal scenario: Beginning of ERS-1 out of plane manoeuvre on 19 March. End of in plane manoeuvre on 21 March.

Latest ERS-2 launch news

16 March 1995

ERS-2 launch is scheduled between 11 and 18 April 1995.
(V71 ARIANE Mission is scheduled for the night between 20 and 21 March 1995).

ERS-1 Phase G

10 March 1995

User requests for ERS-1 Phase G will currently be accepted for the period 1 April 1995 to 23 July 1995 (anticipated end of ERS-2 Commissioning Phase). ERS-1 will be manoeuvred from the 168 days cycle (Phase F) into 35 days cycle (Phase G) during the period 19 to 22 March 1995. Apart from the actual ERS-1 phase transition, ERS-1 data will be continuously planned and acquired based on the ERS-1 background mission. From start of Phase G until 1 April 1995 the SAR background mission will cover Europe, North America, and worldwide areas of natural disasters.

INSAR

03 March 1995

Baselines Phase F - Second Geodetic Phase: January 1995 data now available online.

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