In this answer I used Flightclub.io's current simulation of the recent Bangabandhu Satellite-1 Mission. The pre-built simulations (you can do your own there as well) are sometimes refined over subsequent days.
But right now there are two things puzzling me.
1. 2nd pass of 2nd stage over Florida
In the screen shot below you can see the 2nd stage passing over Florida a second time. If I understand correctly, at about
T+ 27:40 the 2nd stage stared again over Gabon, Africa, and burned for about 1 minute, putting it into GTO. Is this just an incomplete simulation?
2. complex events in timeline
From the Flightclub.io simulation:
Main Engine Ignition -00:02 MECO-1 02:31 Second Engine Ignition 02:36 Fairing Separation 03:37 Entry Burn Ignition-1 06:15 Entry Burn Ignition-2 06:19 Entry Burn Cutoff-1 06:24 Entry Burn Cutoff-2 06:25 Landing Burn Ignition 07:43 SECO-1 08:19 Landing Burn Cutoff 08:29 Restart Ignition 27:38 Restart Shutdown 28:37 Bangabandhu-1 Separation 33:38
In the timeline of the simulation, why are there two Entry Burn Ignitions, and two Entry Burn Cutoffs with each pair separated by a few seconds? In the simulation software, is this a way to approximate a ramp-up and ramp-down of the thrust?