Re: Crew Dragon launch track ......

From: satcom ops via Seesat-l <>
Date: Fri, 22 May 2020 13:44:45 +0100
That's the point Marco , as mentioned a while back the Nav warn released 
in March 2019 for the crew capsule recovery test had two extra sectors , 
one of those off the coast of Irelend and a NASA spokesperson confirmed
a recovery contingency off Ireland

Extensive enquiries over the last few weeks have drawn.... silence .... 
from the agencies who could be involved.
Meanwhile here in the UK we have seen movements of CV22s into the south 
west.These are rumoured to be the "Guardian Angels" , who specialise in 
insertion and recovery.These are the guys who will be on standby off the 
Florida coast.

Potential ssets could include the US Navy , Royal navy , USAF or even 
the Irish Navy , but no one is talking.

The area off Ireland can be quite busy at times with incoming flights 
off the Atlantic. Of course presently flight numbers are well down , 
having said that I would still expect a NOTAM and or Nav Warn.

Maybe it will materialise over the weekend.

Best wishes


On 22/05/2020 13:09, Marco Langbroek wrote:
> Op 22-5-2020 om 07:17 schreef satcom ops via Seesat-l:
>> Released a few hours ago , the Nav Warn for Crew Dreagon launch.
>> Something missing ?
>> No mention of the down range recovery area off the Irish Coast.
> Maybe they want ships there, to help pick them up.
> - Marco
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