Спутник ДЗЗ. WNISAT 1R. [Редактировать]

WNISAT 1R (Weather News Inc. Satellite 1R) это японский микроспутник который предназначен для наблюдения морского льда на арктических территориях. Этот спутник является наследником успешной миссии WNISAT-1 (запущен в 2013 году). Является совместной разработкой Axelspace и Weathernews. Спутник будет решать следующие задачи:
1. Наблюдение за морским льдом и другими природными явлениями.
2. Заниматься съемкой земной поверхности при помощи оценки отраженного сигнала навигационных систем.
3. Отрабатывать систему лазерной спутниковой связи.
Технически спутник базируется на платформе, которая ранее использовалась в миссии Hodoyoshi-1 (запущен в 2014 году).
КА оснащен оптическими камерами и камерой ближнего ИК.

Дополнительная классификация

#Наименования
1Тип орбиты - НОО
2Тип оператора(владельца) - коммерческий
3Страна оператор(владелец) - Япония
4Страна производитель - Япония

Технические характеристики

#ХарактеристикаЗначение
1Масса, кг43
2Габариты, см52 × 52 × 50

Информация об удачном запуске

#ХарактеристикаЗначение
1Космодром Байконур
2Дата пуска2017-07-14
3Полезная нагрузка 1xКанопус-В-ИК
4Полезная нагрузка 1xFlying Laptop
5Полезная нагрузка 1xWNISAT 1R
6Полезная нагрузка 1xTechnoSat
7Полезная нагрузка 1xNORSAT 1
8Полезная нагрузка 1xNORSAT 2
9Полезная нагрузка 1xCICERO 1
10Полезная нагрузка 1xCICERO 2
11Полезная нагрузка 1xCICERO 3
12Полезная нагрузка 1xCorvus-BC 1
13Полезная нагрузка 1xCorvus-BC 2
14Полезная нагрузка 1xMKA-N 1
15Полезная нагрузка 1xMKA-N 2
16Полезная нагрузка 48xFlock
17Полезная нагрузка 1xNanoACE
18Полезная нагрузка 1xМаяк
19Полезная нагрузка 1xИскра-МАИ-85
20Полезная нагрузка 1xЭквадор UTE-ЮЗГУ
21Полезная нагрузка 1xLemur-2 42
22Полезная нагрузка 1xLemur-2 43
23Полезная нагрузка 1xLemur-2 44
24Полезная нагрузка 1xLemur-2 45
25Полезная нагрузка 1xLemur-2 46
26Полезная нагрузка 1xLemur-2 47
27Полезная нагрузка 1xLemur-2 48
28Полезная нагрузка 1xLemur-2 49
29Ракета-носитель 1xСоюз-2.1а с РБ «Фрегат»

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... Figure 4-54 Specifications of WNRSAT-1R developed by Axel Space (Axel... CPR/EarthCARE HISUI/ISS MTSAT-1R "Himawari 6" MTSAT-2 "Himawari 7" Put on... first commercial Earth-observation satellite, WNISAT-1R for WEATHERNEWS, a company providing commercial... Ocean. The satellite is called WNISAT-1R, and was launched in early.... Figure 4-53 Specifications of WNRSAT-1R developed by Axel Space (Axel... establish a collaborative operation of their WNISAT-1R satellite with other European satellites.... (2016, August 24). Our Projects - WNISAT-1R. Retrieved from Axel Space official...



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December 10, 2015 2:00PM JST PRESS RELEASE Work on the Earth Observation Data Platform “AxelGlobe” Officially Starts Aiming at daily, whole-Earth image acquisition with open API access TOKYO, December 10, 2015 – Axelspace Corporation, a leading microsatellite developer, today announced its AxelGlobe project, a data platform for Earth imagery and data distribution. AxelGlobe will use Axelspace’s proprietary microsatellites to provide daily, fresh imagery of more than half of the planet’s dry land. This is enough to cover almost all of the areas where human is economically active. Moreover, AxelGlobe will accumulate this data, analyze it and extrapolate from it to predict future phenomena. AxelGlobe’s imagery and the deriving intelligence data will be available to industries all over the world through web interfaces and a complete API, allowing for the development of customized applications to fit any kind of business needs. Launch of the microsatellites, called GRUS, that will power this platform will begin in 2017 and a constellation of 50 satellites is expected to be functional by the end of 2022. The first batch, in 2017, will be comprised of three GRUS units. The funding for this launch and all the related development has been secured through the $15.8M Series A round announced in September and November. Service cooperation talks are ongoing with Series A investors Sky Perfect JSAT, Mitsui Co. and Weathernews. Examples of Foreseeable Applications  Industrial data (retail, mapping, financial): marketing based on statistical data of economic activity in an area  Agriculture (producers, distributors): crop bearing estimation and precision farming through the analysis of satellite imagery  Energy resources (monitoring, etc.): monitoring of long-distance pipelines, surveillance and management of remote facilities  Forestry (government, producers, etc.): detection and control of deforestation, assessment of forestry resources 1/3 About GRUS microsatellites  Mass: approx. 80 Kg  High-performance optics allowing 2.5 m ground resolution and an image width of more than 50 Km. GRUS microsatellite 50 GRUS microsatellite constellation Please refer to the dedicated GRUS page for more details. About Axelspace Axelspace is a startup company founded in Tokyo in 2008. It is pioneering the field of private space applications, and is the creator of the first-ever privately owned commercial microsatellite. Traditional space utilization has always entailed huge costs and governmental involvement, remaining well outside the reach of private markets. The microsatellites developed by Axelspace are the new tool that, by cutting the costs by as much as 99%, will encourage investments and greatly expand the user base of the space sector. Important dates:  November 2013: launch of WNISAT-1, the world’s first privately-owned microsatellite.  November 2014: launch of Hodoyoshi-1, an experimental satellite exploring novel space business models.  Spring 2016: planned launch of WNISAT-1R, a microsatellite for the observation of polar sea ice.  2017: planned launch of the first three GRUS microsatellites for the AxelGlobe Project. 2/3 Media Contact Yoshihiro Ota PR Division, Axelspace Corporation press@axelspace.com +81-3-5577-4495 3/3



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NEWS RELEASE October 28th, 2014 Global Ice Center Report on the Northern Sea Route in 2014 Ice experts review the opening period of the NSR for the fifth year in a row! Following the closing of the Northeastern Passage of the Northern Sea Route (NSR) on October 1st, the Global Ice Center at Weathernews Inc.(HQ: Tokyo, Japan; CEO: Chihito Kusabiraki ) looks back at the opening period this year. Ice in the Arctic Sea continues on a trend of recession since the turn of the century. For the fifth year in a row, Russia’s Northeastern passage fully opened from late August, staying open for six-weeks. This summer saw a record number of applications for permission to sail the NSR. Meanwhile, ice remaining in the Canadian archipelago prevented the Northwestern passage from becoming transitable for the first time in five years. Northeastern Passage Open for Fifth Consecutive Year While Northwestern Passage Remains Closed The lowest area of ice observed by the Global Ice Center (GIC) at Weathernews this summer was 4.8 million km2, which is the sixth smallest area in recorded history. (fig. 1) Different trends can be seen when comparing the Northeastern and Northwestern passages in the summer of 2014. Ice in the Northeastern passage began to melt from late May, opening fully from August 21st to October 1st. However on the Canadian side, the Northwestern passage was partially blocked by ice, thus preventing use by commercial vessels. This is the first time in five years that the Northwestern passage did not fully open. According to Dr. Genki Sagawa of the Global Ice Center, a specialist in polar science, lower temperatures and few low-pressure systems that help ice to break up are the causes for limited melting this year. Russia’s Northern Sea Route Administration (NSRA) received over six-hundred applications for permission to transit the Northeastern passage this year, the most they’ve ever seen until now. This indicates the global shipping industry’s expectations for higher profit margins by exploiting the fuel and charter cost savings on shorter NSR voyages. Figure 1: Comparison of lowest recorded ice extent of 2014 and current conditions. Historical Trends and Future Predictions The possibility of commercial use of the NSR emerged in 2005 when the passage opened fully for the first time. Four years later, the first commercial voyages through the NSR sailed in 2009. Although ice extent followed a trend of recession until reaching the lowest ice coverage ever observed for more than two months in 2012, the following year saw a shorter opening period at a little more than three weeks. (fig. 2) “The number of days the NSR stays open can vary greatly from year to year, so the GIC has been Figure 2: Minimum Arctic ice extent 1980~2014. keeping a close watch on Arctic ice trends,” said Sagawa. (fig. 3) Dr. Sagawa also explained that, “Even after the opening closes, it has still been possible in recent years to transit the route with ice-breaker escorts until about November. Since a lot of ice starts to appear along the route about this time, finely detailed information concerning sea ice and weather conditions become critical in order to safely sail the NSR.” To support vessels challenging this route, the Voyage Planning Group at Weathernews provides Polar Routeing Service. Figure 3: Number of days the NSR has stayed fully open over the past five years. About Weathernews’ Polar Routeing Service In recent years, the shipping industry has accepted the need for reducing operating costs by sailing the NSR, so the Voyage Planning Team at Weathernews started providing Polar Routeing Service from 2011 to meet the industry need for better information to minimize risk and optimize scheduling. The main service provides weather conditions through briefings given by Risk Communicators from the Voyage Planning Team. In additional, Weathernews provides information on the concentration and distribution of sea ice analyzed by the Global Ice Center to help ensure a safe and efficient voyage. The company plans enhance their service for NSR voyages using proprietary satellite observations infrastructure with launch of WNISAT-1R in 2015. For more information, please see the Global Ice Center website at: http://www.weathernews.com/GIC Sample content provided to vessels.



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... 1A TurkSat 1B Orion 1 Galaxy 1R APStar 1 Ariane 4 Ariane 4 Ariane 4 Ariane... 1H LMI 1 Nimiq Telstar 6 DirecTV 1R 1 DM1 Skynet 4E 4 Ariane 4 Delta III Anik F1 PAS 1R Garuda 1 Thuraya 1 14 Ariane 4 DM1... 5 6 Hylas Koreasat 6 Nilesat 201 RASCOM 1R Satcom BW2 SES 1 Ariane 5 Ariane... 8 Chinasat 10 Chinasat 1A Nigcomsat 1R Paksat 1R DM1 Amos 5 DM1 Luch... using a triple cubesat. WNISat-1 2013 Dnepr 10 (22) WNISat-1 is set to...



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... 1 Proton K/DM Nimiq Telstar 6 DirecTV 1R Ariane 4 Ariane 4 Ariane 4 Ariane 4 Ariane... count. • 30 • 4 Anik F1 PAS 1R Garuda 1 Thuraya 1 DM3 DM4 DM4...-1 Satcom BW-2 Nilesat 201 RASCOM 1R Hylas Koreasat 6 Proton M Ariane 5 Ariane... 8 Chinasat 10 Chinasat 1A Nigcomsat 1R Paksat 1R DM1 Amos 5 DM1 Luch... feature among the UWE satellites. WNISat-1: This payload, having a mass of...



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....11.1999 Japón COM MTSAT 1R 26.02.2005 Japón COM... inclinación. Vida útil proyectada de 1 año. WNISAT-1 21.11.2013 Japón MET... de 2012. También llamado APSTAR 1R y TELSTAR 18. Satélite de...élite del italiano UNISAT 5. PAKSAT 1R ICUBESAT-1 10.08.2011 21....12.2011 Nigeria COM NIGCOMSAT-1R Satélites de telecomunicaciones nigerianos... Zenit 3SL. Construido por PANAMSAT 1R 16.11.2000 PANAMSAT COM... es 2000043A. También llamado PAS-1R. Satélite de comunicaciones lanzado... 1999-013A. También llamado Asiasat 1R. Satélite de comunicaciones de...-1-1 200721.12.2007 RASCOM-QAF-1R 04.08.2010 África COM...



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... F-22 NAVSTAR SVN 46 DIRECTV 1R SACI-1 ZY 1 GLOBALSTAR O31 GLOBALSTAR... NAVSTAR 49 OSCAR 40 PANAMSAT 1R STRV 1C STRV 1D PROGRESS... SLOSHSAT-FLEVO XTAR-EUR MTSAT 1R PROGRESS M-52 TNS-0 XM-3 INMARSAT... DW5 NILESAT 201 RASCOM-QAF-1R YAOGAN 10 AEHF-1 TIANHUI-1 COSMOS... ASTRA 1N BSAT 3C PAKSAT 1R HAIYANG-2A APRIZESAT 5 APRIZESAT 6 BPA... 3 ELISA 4 PLEIADES-HR1 SSOT NIGCOMSAT-1R ZIYUAN 1-02C MERIDIAN M5 GLOBALSTAR...-3 TRITON-1 UNISAT-5 UWE-3 VELOX-P2 WNISAT-1 WREN ZACUBE 1 20.11.2013...