anonymous
  • anonymous
why do satellite launch always takes place early in the morning........usually between 6:30-7:15am ?
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
sunlight isn't whipping up the wind so early usually. the later in the day the stronger the sun's abiltiy to warm air.
anonymous
  • anonymous
The timing of satellite launch is called a 'launch window'. This is decided on the basis of the orbit you want to get the satellite into and the launch site. But so far, I haven't seen any pattern like 6:30 - 7:15. I remember watching an Ariane 4 getting launched at 2:00AM when I was doing my 6th grade. Some other launches I have seen were at 4:00 PM and so on.
anonymous
  • anonymous
as gokuldas_tvm said it is all about which orbit u want get the satellite into.

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