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OG2 SATELLITE AND LAUNCH UPDATES

March 1, 2016
ORBCOMM Announces Commercial Service for Its Final 11 OG2 Satellites

Archived Updates
February 9, 2016
OG2 Update: All 11 Satellites Processing Customer Traffic, Being Positioned in Proper Orbits

January 28, 2016
OG2 Update: Satellite Successfully Processes Customer Message Traffic

January 20, 2016
OG2 Update: In-Orbit Testing Complete, Satellites Almost Equally Spaced, Moving to Network Testing Phase

January 13, 2016
“The Falcon has Landed”: Recap of Falcon 9 Launch and Landing

January 8, 2016
Nearly Full Commercial Service Expected by End of Q1

December 21 (11:11 p.m. ET)
News Release: ORBCOMM Announces the Successful Launch of Its Eleven OG2 Satellites

December 21 (8:50 p.m. ET)
SpaceX successfully launched the Falcon 9 rocket and deployed all 11 ORBCOMM OG2 satellites in nominal orbits. SpaceX successfully landed the first stage of its Falcon 9 at its Cape Canaveral landing pad.

December 21, 2015 (12:05 p.m. ET)
A five-minute launch window opens at 8:29 pm ET this evening for ORBCOMM’s OG2 Mission 2 launch. SpaceX will start the webcast at 8:10 pm ET.

Watch the launch live at www.spacex.com/webcast



December 20, 2015 (4:00 pm ET)
We have an update regarding tonight’s target launch for ORBCOMM’s OG2 Mission 2. Upon further review of the static fire data, SpaceX has determined that an additional day prior to launch will allow for more analysis and time to further chill the liquid oxygen in preparation for launch. Please note that we will now be targeting launch for tomorrow, Monday, December 21 at 8:33 pm ET .

December 20, 2015 (9:00 a.m. ET)
ORBCOMM is continuing to target its OG2 Mission 2 launch for 8:29 pm ET today, Sunday, December 20th. SpaceX will host a live webcast of the launch starting at 8:05 pm ET.

December 19, 2015 (12:45 p.m. ET)
We are excited to report SpaceX completed their static fire test of Falcon 9 this evening. We are now targeting ORBCOMM’s OG2 Mission 2 launch for no earlier than Sunday, December 20 at 8:29 PM ET from launch pad SLC-40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.

December 18, 2015
The Falcon 9 rocket remains vertical at Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. The teams will continue working towards a static fire today to verify the rocket's readiness and aim towards launching a few days after the static fire is completed.

December 17, 2015
Yesterday, SpaceX had a good run through of pad operations and is looking to static fire Falcon 9 this afternoon (exact time TBD).

December 16, 2015
The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket rolled out of the hanger at the Cape earlier this afternoon in anticipation of static fire and is now vertical at SLC-40 launch pad.

December 14, 2015
We’ve got an exciting week ahead as we get ready for ORBCOMM’s upcoming OG2 Mission 2 launch. All 11 OG2 satellites are fueled and stacked on the satellite dispenser, so they are ready to launch. SpaceX has integrated the two stages of the Falcon 9 rocket and encapsulated the fairing around the satellite stack. The encapsulated fairing is targeted to be mated to the Falcon 9 early tomorrow (Tuesday, December 15). SpaceX is currently aiming for a static fire of the Falcon 9 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida on Wednesday, December 16. Once the static fire is completed to verify the readiness of the rocket, ORBCOMM’s second OG2 Mission is targeted to launch about three days later at around 8:30 PM ET.

December 10, 2015
ORBCOMM has announced that SpaceX is planning to conduct the static fire of its Falcon 9 rocket on December 16, 2015, which will launch eleven next generation OG2 satellites as part of ORBCOMM’s second and final OG2 Mission at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida. Once the static fire is completed to verify the readiness of the Falcon 9 rocket, ORBCOMM’s second OG2 Mission is targeted to launch about three days later between 8:00 PM and 9:00 PM ET.
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November 30, 2015
Sierra Nevada Corporation Completes Shipment of 11 Satellites for ORBCOMM’s OG2 Mission 2 Launch

ORBCOMM OG2 ist das weltweit erste und einzige kommerzielle Satellitennetzwerk der Welt, das 100% für M2M bestimmt ist. Das ORBCOMM-Netzwerk stützt sich auf Satelliten in einer niedrigen Erdumlaufbahn (LEO), um eine zuverlässige und kostengünstige M2M-Kommunikation aus und in die entlegensten Gebieten der Welt zu ermöglichen.

ORBCOMM-Satelliten sind ständig in Bewegung um die Erde und bieten inhärente Netzwerk-Redundanz und Minimierung von Sichtlinien für eine ständige weltweite Abdeckung. Die VHF-Frequenz eines jeden Satelliten fördert die Signalausbreitung, und die Nachrichtenzustellung ist durch schlechtes Wetter unbeeinträchtigt. Darüber hinaus ist die optimierte Nachrichtengröße ideal für M2M-Applikationen.

Was ist neu bei OG2?
Das Netzwerk von ORBCOMM wird ständig aktualisiert, um die weltweite Abdeckung zu verbessern und die Leistung und Zuverlässigkeit für unsere Kunden auf der ganzen Welt zu steigern. Mit der Einführung von 16 neuen leistungsfähigeren OG2-Satelliten der nächsten Generation ist ORBCOMM mit seinem branchenführenden Satelliten-Service in einer neuen Größenordnung angekommen.
Jeder OG2-Satellit bietet einen bis zu sechsfachen Datenzugriff und eine bis zu doppelte Übertragungsrate im Vergleich zu einem vorhandenen OG1-Satelliten. Jeder OG2-Satellit ist das Äquivalent von sechs OG1-Satelliten und sorgt für eine schnellere Nachrichtenübermittlung, größere Nachrichtenumfänge und eine bessere Abdeckung in höheren Breiten, während sich die Netzwerk-Kapazität deutlich erhöht hat.

Solide Bodeninfrastruktur
ORBCOMMs bewährte Bodeninfrastruktur ermöglicht eine weltweite M2M- Satellitennachrichtenübermittlung. Unsere 16 Gateway-Bodenstationen in 13 Ländern bauen eine bidirektionale Satellitenkommunikation auf und orten sie, während unsere Gateway-Zentralstationen die Daten verarbeiten und die Zusammenschaltung mit terrestrischen Kommunikationsnetzwerken ermöglichen. Unsere Netzwerk-Zentralstation in Sterling, USA dient als Anlaufstelle für die Verwaltung unserer Satelliten-Konstellation und gewährleistet eine zuverlässige Nachrichtenübermittlung.

ORBCOMM OG2 auf einen Blick

  • Größere Nachrichten-Kapazität
  • Niedrigerer Stromverbrauch
  • Schnellere Nachrichtenübermittlung
  • Breitere globale Abdeckung
  • Bessere Leistung

Gallery

A photo after SpaceX successfully launched the Falcon 9 rocket and deployed all 11 ORBCOMM OG2 satellites in nominal orbits. ORBCOMM and SpaceX Hats ORBCOMM OG2 Mission: Satellite deployment ORBCOMM OG2 Mission: Satellite deployment SpaceX Falcon 9: Stage one on landing area SpaceX Falcon 9: Stage one landing ORBCOMM OG2 Mission: Long exposure up and down ORBCOMM OG2 Mission: Long exposure up ORBCOMM OG2 Mission Liftoff ORBCOMM OG2 Mission Liftoff ORBCOMM OG2 Mission Liftoff SpaceX Falcon 9 on the launch pad at Cape Canaveral, Dec. 21, 2015 SpaceX Falcon 9 on the launch pad at Cape Canaveral, Dec. 21, 2015 SpaceX Falcon 9 on the launch pad at Cape Canaveral, Dec. 20, 2015 SpaceX Falcon 9 on the launch pad at Cape Canaveral, Dec. 20, 2015 SpaceX Falcon 9 on the launch pad at Cape Canaveral, Dec. 20, 2015 SpaceX Falcon 9 on the launch pad at Cape Canaveral, Dec. 20, 2015 SpaceX Falcon 9 on the launch pad at Cape Canaveral A first look at the fairing beside the satellite payload for the OG2 Mission 2 launch SpaceX Falcon 9 booster being prepped ahead of ORBCOMM OG2 launch 11 OG2 satellites ready for OG2 Mission 2 launch 11 OG2 satellites ready to ship from Sierra Nevada Corporation Space Systems to Cape Canaveral for OG2 Mission 2 launch Moog espa rings stacked and preparing for the integration to OG2 satellites First six OG2 satellites headed to Cape Canaveral OG2 Mission 1 Launch: July 14, 2014. Photo Courtesy of SpaceX. OG2 Mission 1 Launch: July 14, 2014. Photo Courtesy of SpaceX. OG2 Mission 1 Launch: July 14, 2014. Photo Courtesy of SpaceX. OG2 Mission 1 Launch: July 14, 2014. Photo Courtesy of SpaceX. OG2 Mission 1 Launch: July 14, 2014. Photo Courtesy of SpaceX. OG2 Mission 1 Launch: July 14, 2014. Photo Courtesy of SpaceX. OG2 Mission 1 Launch: July 14, 2014. Photo Courtesy of SpaceX.
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