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25.05.2022 21:09
#201 RE: Starlink Antworten

MESZ 21:08. Starliner hat von der ISS abgekoppelt. 250 Meilen vor Singapur, Geschwindigkeit 6 m pro Minute.
21:25 100 m Entfernung.

Zitat
05/25/2022 21:50

The Starliner spacecraft has departed the vicinity of the International Space Station. Next up is a deorbit burn planned at 6:05 p.m. EDT (2205 GMT), setting up for landing at White Sands Space Harbor in New Mexico at 6:49 p.m. EDT (2249 GMT).



https://spaceflightnow.com/2022/05/25/st...-status-center/

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05/25/2022 23:06

Boeing says a weather briefing earlier this afternoon predicted scattered clouds at 25,000 feet, hazy conditions with 8-mile (12.875-kilometer) visibility and winds peaking at 8-14 knots at the White Sands landing zone. Those conditions are favorable for landing.



23:58. 10 Minuten bis zum Deorbit Burn.
00:05. Landung in gut 48 Minuten. Deorbit Burn in 3 Minuten.
00:09. Deorbit Burn, Dauer 58 Sekunden.
00:14. Service Module Separation.
00:38. Beginn des atmosphärischen Wiedereintritts. 96 km Höhe.
00:45. Erste Bilder aus dem Begleitflugzeug. 00:46. Erste Bilder vom Empfangsteam auf dem Boden im White Sands. 7 Minuten bis zur Landung.
00:47. Die beiden Bremsfallschirme entfaltet.
00:49. Hitzeschild abgestoßen.
00:50. Hauptfallschirme geöffnet. 2,5 Minuten bis Touchdown.
00:51. Airbags unter der Kapsel mit Stickstoff aufgeblasen.
00:53. Landung.
Das erste Mal in 61 Jahren, daß eine amerikansche Raumkapsel auf festem Boden gelandet ist. (New Shepard zähle ich mal nicht als "richtiges Raumfahrzeug".)
10:03. Bodenteam bei der Kapsel eingetroffen.
11:11. "Gold Team" in Hazmat-Anzügen bei der Kapsel. Die Aufgabe ist festzustellen, ob etwa Hydrazin austritt, den der Starliner für die Düsen zur Lagekontrolle verwendet. (Wiki: "Hydrazin ist sehr giftig, im Tierversuch krebserzeugend und wirkt hochtoxisch auf Wasserorganismen. Hydrazin wird auch über die Haut resorbiert. Hydrazin hat eine Akzeptanzkonzentration von 1,7 ppb und eine Toleranzkonzentration von 17 ppb nach TRGS 910.") Gibt einen Grund, warum das Teufelszeug seit den 60er Jahren im Weltraum Anwendung findet. Wenn das mit Distickstofftetroxid (N2O4) in Kontakt ommt, reagiert das als Selbstzünder. Da kann dann ein zusätzlicher Zündmechanismus weniger ausfallen.

Zitat
Jeff Foust@jeff_foust
NASA says ground crews have temporarily backed off from Starliner after detecting a low level of hydrazine from the spacecraft.
1:33 AM · May 26, 2022·Tweetbot for Mac

Jeff Foust @jeff_foust
Hydrazine levels have dropped back to zero, NASA says.
1:43 AM · May 26, 2022·Tweetbot for Mac



https://twitter.com/jeff_foust/status/1529609222144421888

01:57. Das Silver Team ohne Schutzanzüge bei der Kapsel. Haben das elektrische Kabel gekappt, das von der Kapselspitze auf den Wüstenboden reichte, um eventuell aufgebaute statische Elektrizität zu entladen, und montieren die Airbags ab.
02:11. Luke geöffnet.



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05.06.2022 17:10
#202 RE: Tiangong Antworten

Damit derweil das hier nicht untergeht:

Zitat
Chinese crew arrives at space station for six-month construction mission

Commander Chen Dong monitored the Shenzhou 14 spacecraft’s on-board systems throughout the rendezvous and docking with the Tiangong space station. Chen is joined on the Shenzhou 14 mission by astronauts Liu Yang and Cai Xuzhe.

The trio linked up with the nadir, or Earth-facing port on the space station’s Tianhe core module at 5:42 a.m. EDT (0942 GMT) Saturday, according to the China Manned Space Agency.
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Shenzhou 14 is the third crew mission to visit the Chinese station. Shenzhou 12’s astronauts spent three months on the station last year, and the three astronauts on the Shenzhou 13 mission departed the orbiting complex April 15 to head for landing after six months in space.

During their planned half-year in orbit, the Shenzhou 14 astronauts will see the arrival of two new pressurized research modules that will link up with the Tianhe core section, giving the Chinese station its fully-assembled “T-shaped” configuration.



https://spaceflightnow.com/2022/06/05/ch...uction-mission/



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13.06.2022 20:15
#203 RE: Boca Chica Spaceport Antworten

Zitat
Alejandro Alcantarilla Romera
Admin Gruppenexperte zum Thema Rocket Launches

The FAA has issued a mitigated Finding Of No Significant Impact (FONSI) for SpaceX's Starship Super Heavy launches for Boca Chica opening the way for SpaceX to ask for a launch license from Starbase.
https://www.faa.gov/.../20220613%20SpaceX%20Starship...

All docs here: https://www.faa.gov/.../stakeholder.../spacex_starship



https://www.facebook.com/groups/23877763...e=recently_seen

https://www.faa.gov/sites/faa.gov/files/...v_k7KsbkgYdO1LQ

Zitat
Mitigated Finding of No Significant Impact and Record of Decision for the SpaceX Starship/Super heavy Launch Vehicle Program at the SpaceX Boca Chica Launch Site in Cameron County, Texas

After reviewing and analyzing all available data and information on existing conditions and potential impacts, as well as the mitigation identified in the PEA which SpaceX must implement, the FAA has determined the Proposed Action would not significantly affect the quality of the human environment. Therefore, the preparation of an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) is not required, and the FAA is issuing this Mitigated Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI). The FAA has made this determination in accordance with applicable environmental laws and FAA regulation. The PEA is incorporated by reference into this Mitigated FONSI:



Zitat
Stephen Clark @StephenClark1

FAA will require SpaceX to take more than 75 actions to mitigate the environmental impact of planned Starship/Super Heavy launches in Texas.

FAA issued a finding of no significant impact in its environmental review, pending the mitigations, a step toward licensing launches.

8:09 PM · Jun 13, 2022·TweetDeck



https://twitter.com/StephenClark1/status/1536410390053240840



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14.06.2022 20:05
#204 RE: Starship Antworten

Zitat
Elon Musk @elonmusk
Replying to @SirineAti and @mn_google

Starship will be ready to fly next month. I was in the high bay & mega bay late last night reviewing progress.

We will have a second Starship stack ready to fly in August and then monthly thereafter

6:27 PM · Jun 14, 2022·Twitter for iPhone



https://twitter.com/elonmusk/status/1536747214755745792

Zitat
SpaceX's Starship will be ready for 1st orbital flight in July, Elon Musk says

By Mike Wall published 12 minutes ago

But it's unclear if the giant vehicle will actually get off the ground next month.
...
Much of this prep work involves building and testing Raptors, the next-generation engine that will power Starship. Each Super Heavy booster will sport 33 Raptors and each Starship spacecraft will have six of them, Musk has said.

For perspective: SpaceX's workhorse Falcon 9 rocket is powered by nine less-powerful Merlin engines in its first stage and one in its upper stage.

Hardware readiness won't guarantee a July Starship flight, however; SpaceX still needs to secure a launch license from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). And getting one won't necessarily be easy; the FAA just issued an environmental assessment of Starship activities at Starbase, which laid out more than 75 things that SpaceX must do to mitigate its impact on the surrounding area, a biodiversity hotspot.

If everything goes well with Starship's test campaign, the vehicle could go very far afield in the next few years. NASA picked Starship to be the first crewed lunar lander for its Artemis program, which aims to put boots on the moon in 2025 or 2026. And Musk has voiced optimism that Starship could start launching people to Mars in the same general time frame, though he tends to set very aggressive targets for his companies.



https://www.space.com/spacex-starship-re...aign=socialflow



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17.06.2022 14:49
#205 RE: Starship Antworten

Zitat von June 16, 2022
First tower segment for SpaceX’s Starship launch site moves to pad 39A

The first segment of a new launch tower for SpaceX’s behemoth Starship rocket moved across the Kennedy Space Center late Wednesday to pad 39A, where the company is poised to erect one of the tallest structures at the Cape Canaveral spaceport.

Riding a special transporter, the metal tower segment left SpaceX’s build site at the Robert Road facility inside the gates of the Kennedy Space Center for a 7-mile (11-kilometer) trip to pad 39A.
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The launch pad tower under construction at pad 39A sits about 1,000 feet, or 300 meters, east of the location where SpaceX launches Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy rockets carrying satellites and astronauts into orbit. When finished, the pad will resemble the facility SpaceX has built for Starship flights in South Texas at the company’s Starbase factory and test site.

Like the launch site in Texas, SpaceX does not plan to dig a flame trench for the Starbase pad at Kennedy. The Super Heavy booster, with roughly 33 methane-fueled Raptor engines, will take off from the launch mount with around 17 million pounds of thrust, nearly twice that of NASA’s most powerful rocket, the Space Launch System, a fully expendable vehicle.
...
SpaceX is expected to periodically move more tower segments to pad 39A over the coming weeks to complete the structural build-up of the Starship pad, where teams have also moved in propellant tanks and other support equipment. Once the tower’s structure is fully assembled, construction crews will add arms used for stacking of the Starship on top of the Super Heavy booster.

The company says the arms will also be used to catch the 30-foot-wide (9-meter) Super Heavy booster when it comes back to Earth for landing.

The move of the first launch tower segment to 39A late Wednesday occurred two days after SpaceX’s plans to fly the full Starship stack from Texas received preliminary environmental approval from the Federal Aviation Administration. SpaceX previously secured environmental approval in 2019 for Starship launches from Kennedy.

Elon Musk, SpaceX’s founder and CEO, said earlier this year that the Starship base in South Texas will primarily be used for research and development and test flights, with Florida likely to be the home base for operational launches and landings.

SpaceX is also considering building a second Starship launch pad in Florida at an undeveloped site on the northern part of the Kennedy Space Center.



EDIT: Hier gibt es den ganzen Startturm zu sehen, mit allen 9 Segmenten. https://twitter.com/Lolomatico3d/status/1537559093610696705

https://spaceflightnow.com/2022/06/16/fi...ves-to-pad-39a/

PS.

Zitat
SpaceX plans to launch a reusable Falcon 9 booster for a record-breaking 13th time Friday from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, hauling 53 more Starlink internet satellites into orbit. Liftoff from pad 39A is set for 12:08 p.m. EDT (1608 GMT).

The launch will kick off a busy weekend for SpaceX, with two more Falcon 9 flights on tap Saturday and Sunday from Vandenberg Space Force Base in California, then from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station, a few miles south of the Kennedy Space Center.

With Friday’s mission, SpaceX will have launched 2,706 Starlink internet satellites, including prototypes and test units no longer in service, nearly an order of magnitude more spacecraft than any other spacecraft fleet. The launch Friday will mark the 48th SpaceX mission primarily dedicated to hauling Starlink internet satellites into orbit.



Um diese Zahl von 2706 Satelliten mal in einen Größenvergleich zu setzen: die Gesamtzahl aller künstlichen Erdtrabanten, die von Oktober 1957 bis Ende 1982 gestartet worden sind, belief sich auf 2672. SpaceX hat in weniger als 4 Jahren mehr Satelliten in die Umlaufbahn gebracht als alle Weltraummächte zusammen im ersten Vierteljahrhundert des Raumfahrtzeitalters.



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17.06.2022 17:17
#206 RE: Starliner Antworten

Zitat von Ulrich Elkmann im Beitrag #201
MESZ 21:08. Starliner hat von der ISS abgekoppelt...



Zitat
Eric Berger @SciGuySpace

NASA names its two-person crew for Boeing's Starliner crew test flight: Commander Barry “Butch” Wilmore and pilot Suni Williams. NASA expects to set a target for the CFT mission launch date in July.

8:50 PM · Jun 16, 2022·TweetDeck



https://twitter.com/SciGuySpace/status/1537508014105698307



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18.06.2022 15:07
#207 RE: Starlink Antworten

Gestern 47. Starlink-Start vom Kennedy Space Center. Heute nächster Start von Vandenberg.

Zitat
06/18/2022 14:09

T-minus 2 hours, 10 minutes. The first of three new radar reconnaissance satellites for the Germany military is poised for launch aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket at 7:19 a.m. PDT (10:19 a.m. EDT; 1419 GMT).

The Falcon 9 will blast off from Space Launch Complex 4-East at Vandenberg and head south over the Pacific Ocean, heading to a polar orbit a few hundred miles above Earth.

SpaceX's live webcast will begin about 10 minutes prior to launch. At the request of the German military, the webcast is expected to end coverage of the rocket's second stage during the climb into orbit about two-and-a-half minutes after liftoff. The webcast will continue showing views of SpaceX's reusable first stage booster returning to Vandenberg for touchdown at Landing Zone 4.
...
The first satellite in a nearly billion-dollar program to provide the German military with improved radar surveillance imagery from space is set to rocket into a polar orbit Saturday from California’s Central Coast on a SpaceX Falcon 9 launcher.

The synthetic aperture radar imaging satellite, called SARah 1, is nestled in the nose cone of the 229-foot-tall (70-meter) Falcon 9 rocket for liftoff at 7:19 a.m. PDT (10:19 a.m. EDT; 1419 GMT) Saturday from Vandenberg Space Force Base in California, located on the Pacific coast between Los Angeles and San Francisco.

SARah 1 is the first of three radar imaging satellites the German government ordered from industry in 2013. OHB, based in Bremen, is the lead contractor on the SARah program and is building the second and third satellites in the series. Airbus teams in southern Germany manufactured the first and largest satellite in the program, named SARah 1, which awaits launch Saturday from California.

When the development contracts were signed in 2013, the launches of the SARah satellites were planned in 2018 and 2019. But satellite-related technical problems, efforts to improve encryption on the spacecraft, and delays caused by the COVID-19 pandemic pushed back the first SARah spacecraft launch until 2022.

SpaceX will deliver the SARah 1 satellite to an orbit a few hundred miles above Earth, where it will start a 10-year mission providing reconnaissance imagery to the Bundeswehr, the Germany military.



https://spaceflightnow.com/2022/06/18/fa...-status-center/

Für morgen steht der 3. Start in der Reihe, wieder von Florida aus, an. Nächster Starlink-Start folgt am 17. Juli.


Zitat
06/18/2022 15:41
The Western Range at Vandenberg Space Force Base is confirmed clear for launch.

06/18/2022 15:44
SpaceX’s launch director reports the Falcon 9 team is “go” to begin filling the rocket with kerosene and liquid oxygen propellants. Launch from Vandenberg Space Force Base in California is set for 7:19 a.m. PDT (10:19 a.m. EDT; 1419 GMT).

Touchdown on Landing Zone 4 at Vandenberg is scheduled at T+plus 7 minutes, 56 seconds.

T-minus 30 minutes. Here are some statistics on today's mission:

159th launch of a Falcon 9 rocket since 2010
167th launch of Falcon rocket family since 2006
3rd launch of Falcon 9 booster B1071
1st SpaceX launch for the German Armed Forces
9th launch of an Airbus-built satellite by SpaceX
24th SpaceX launch from Vandenberg Space Force Base
25th Falcon 9 launch of 2022
25th orbital launch by SpaceX in 2022
5th orbital launch attempt based out of Vandenberg in 2022




Zitat
06/18/2022 16:15
T-minus 5 minutes, 30 seconds. The first stage's load of RP-1 kerosene fuel is complete



16:18. Start Nr. 3 steht in gut 14 Stunden an.

Nach Stufentrennung im 90 km Höhe endet die Videioübertragung von der 2. Stufe; wie vorgesehen.
8:01. Landung in Vandenberg.



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18.06.2022 22:02
#208 RE: Globalstar FM15 Antworten

Update zu Nr. 3.

Zitat
Stephen Clark @StephenClark1

SpaceX has posted its mission page for the Globalstar FM15 launch tonight. A rare two-hour, three-burn mission profile for the Falcon upper stage, apparently to inject FM15 into a circular orbit at or near its operating altitude of around 1,400 kilometers.

9:41 PM · Jun 18, 2022·TweetDeck



https://twitter.com/StephenClark1/status/1538245520887582723

Zitat
SpaceX is targeting Sunday, June 19 for launch of Globalstar FM15 to low-Earth orbit from Space Launch Complex 40 (SLC-40) at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida. The instantaneous launch window opens at 12:27 a.m. ET, 4:27 UTC. A backup launch opportunity is available on Monday, June 20 at 12:05 a.m. ET, 4:05 UTC.

The Falcon 9 first stage booster supporting this mission previously supported the launch of Crew-1, Crew-2, SXM-8, CRS-23, IXPE, one Starlink mission, Transporter-4, and Transporter-5. After stage separation, the first stage will land on the Just Read the Instructions droneship, which will be stationed in the Atlantic Ocean.

A live webcast of this mission will begin about 10 minutes prior to liftoff.



https://www.spacex.com/launches/globalstar/

Zitat
What Is A Globalstar-2 Satellite?

Over the past two decades, numerous Globalstar satellites with variations in their design have been launched, primarily by Soyuz 2.1a rockets with the Fregat upper stage. Almost all previous Globalstar satellites have been placed in a circular 1410 km (876 mi) orbit at a 52 degree inclination. Globalstar satellites have an estimated lifetime of 15 years.

Two major versions of the Globalstar satellite have been launched. The original Globalsar satellites were launched between 1998 and 2007. Three years later the second series, Globalstar-2, began their launches. The common designation for a given satellite is Globalstar XX. For this mission, SpaceX will launch the Globalstar 87 satellite.

Traditionally, these satellites have launched in groups of six. However, due to the indication of the potentiality of multiple payloads, including for the US government, it appears that there is only one Globalstar satellite onboard

What Does The Globalstar Satellite Do?

The constellation of Globalstar satellites aims to provide digital real time voice, data, and fax transmissions from anywhere in the world. Each satellite weighs about 700 kg (1500 lb) and is equipped with 16 transponders from C to S-band. They also have 16 receivers from L to C-band. On each side are two deployable solar arrays which supply the satellite with 2.4 kW of its required power.



https://everydayastronaut.com/globalstar...lcon-9-block-5/



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23.06.2022 12:33
#209 RE: Starship Antworten

Zitat von Ulrich Elkmann im Beitrag #205

Zitat von June 16, 2022
First tower segment for SpaceX’s Starship launch site moves to pad 39A



Das zweite von neun:

Zitat
Spaceflight Now @SpaceflightNow
At the Kennedy Space Center a giant crawler crane is moving to lift the second segment of the tower for SpaceX's Florida launch pad. Spaceflight Now Members can watch a live view: https://spaceflightnow.com
12:30 PM · Jun 23, 2022·TweetDeck


https://twitter.com/SpaceflightNow/statu...918834311827456



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07.07.2022 19:16
#210 RE: Starship Antworten

Zitat
Stephen Clark @StephenClark1

SpaceX's 49th dedicated Starlink mission took off from Cape Canaveral at 9:11:10am EDT. The 50th Starlink mission is coming Sunday.

A few stats:

•170th orbital launch attempt by SpaceX
•162nd Falcon 9 launch
•13th launch of B1058 first stage
• 28th SpaceX flight of 2022

7:09 PM · Jul 7, 2022·TweetDeck



https://twitter.com/StephenClark1/status/1545092776320172033



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11.07.2022 13:54
#211 RE: Starlink Antworten

Zitat
SpaceX’s 50th dedicated Starlink mission begins filling new network layer

July 11, 2022

SpaceX launched the 50th dedicated mission for the Starlink internet network Sunday from California’s Central Coast, deploying 46 broadband relay nodes to begin populating a new polar-orbiting “shell” to fill in gaps in the satellite constellation.

The 46 Starlink satellites lifted off from foggy Vandenberg Space Force Base, about 140 miles (225 kilometers) northwest of Los Angeles, on top of a Falcon 9 rocket. The kerosene-fueled launcher took off from Space Launch Complex 4-East at 6:39:40 p.m. EDT Sunday (9:39:40 p.m.; 0139:40 GMT Monday).

The launch Sunday marked the 50th SpaceX mission with a primary task of hauling satellites into orbit for the Starlink network. In all, SpaceX has launched Starlink satellites or prototypes on 53 Falcon 9 flights, including three launches that included Starlink spacecraft as secondary or rideshare payloads.

But the new satellites deployed Sunday were the first to fly on a dedicated Starlink launch to polar orbit, beginning the construction of a new layer in the Starlink fleet.

SpaceX began deploying Starlink satellites in 2019 and finished filling the shell at 53.0 degrees inclination, called Group 1, with 1,584 active satellites with a launch in May 2021. In September 2021, SpaceX launched the first batch of 51 Starlink satellites into a 70-degree inclination orbit on a Falcon 9 rocket from Vandenberg. That orbital shell, which hasn’t had any more launches since last September, will eventually contain 720 satellites.

SpaceX’s first launch into Group 4 of the Starlink network, at 53.2 degrees inclination, occurred in November 2021. SpaceX is now more than halfway complete with populating the 53.2 degree inclination shell, which will eventually number 1,584 satellites, the same number as Group 1.

The other Starlink shells — Groups 3 and 5 with 348 and 172 satellites each — are positioned in polar orbit at an inclination of 97.6 degrees. Sunday’s launch was designated Starlink 3-1.


https://spaceflightnow.com/2022/07/11/sp...-network-layer/



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21.07.2022 16:34
#212 RE: Starlink Antworten

Uuuuund:

Zitat
SpaceX is poised to launch 46 more Starlink internet satellites on a Falcon 9 rocket Thursday from Vandenberg Space Force Base in California. The mission will mark SpaceX’s 32nd launch since Jan. 1, breaking the company’s record for Falcon 9 flights in a year.

And the year is barely half over, meaning SpaceX is on pace to nearly double the number of launches accomplished in 2021. SpaceX has launched more successful missions into orbit so far this year than the combined efforts of any other nation, and the company is far outpacing its chief competitors in the commercial marketplace.

Liftoff of SpaceX’s Starlink 3-2 mission is set for 10:39:40 a.m. PDT (1:39:40 p.m. EDT; 1739:40 GMT) Thursday from Space Launch Complex 4-East at Vandenberg, a military spaceport about 140 miles (225 kilometers) northwest of Los Angeles.

The mission will also break the record for the shortest span between SpaceX launches from the West Coast spaceport, reducing the turnaround time from 23 days to 11 days. SpaceX’s previous flight from Vandenberg occurred July 10 with an earlier batch of Starlink internet satellites.



https://spaceflightnow.com/2022/07/20/sp...ch-of-the-year/



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21.07.2022 22:01
#213 RE: Crew-5, ISS Antworten

Ich notier' das mal aus Chronistenpflicht. SpaceX' Crew-5-Mission zur ISS ist auf vorerst den 29. September verschoben worden. Anscheinend ist die Startrakete bei der Anlieferung unter einer Brücke hängengeblieben und beschädigt worden.

Zitat
Thomas Burghardt @TGMetsFan98
NASA statement on the SpaceX Crew-5 mission that is now targeting September 29.

NASASpaceflight understands that the Falcon 9 "damage during transport" occurred when the rocket struck a bridge near Van Horn, Texas, on the way from Hawthorne to McGregor.
8:34 PM · Jul 21, 2022·Twitter Web App


https://twitter.com/TGMetsFan98/status/1550187571870941190

Zitat
As teams progress through Dragon milestones, they also are preparing a first-flight Falcon 9 booster for this mission. SpaceX is removing and replacing the rocket’s interstage and some onboard instrumentation after the hardware was damaged during transport from SpaceX’s production factory in Hawthorne, California, to the company’s McGregor test facility in Texas for stage testing. SpaceX teams completed – and NASA teams reviewed – load, shock, and structural analyses, coupled with detailed and X-ray inspections, to verify the damage was isolated to the interstage and ensure the integrity of the rest of the booster.

After all replacement hardware is installed, the booster will undergo stage testing and be further assessed prior to acceptance and certification for flight.

Once all rocket and spacecraft system checkouts are complete and all components are certified for flight, teams will mate Dragon to the Falcon 9 rocket in SpaceX’s hangar at LC-39A. The integrated spacecraft and rocket will then be rolled to the pad and raised to vertical for an integrated static fire test prior to launch.



https://blogs.nasa.gov/commercialcrew/20...rations-status/

Zitat
Alejandro Alcantarilla Romera Admin
Also reason for the hit was improper setting of the booster on the truck that was transporting it.
Yep, only scratched the interstage aerocover. Interstage was swapped and the booster checked. Damaged interstage is now at Long Beach



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22.07.2022 21:04
#214 RE: Starlink Antworten

Zitat von Ulrich Elkmann im Beitrag #212
Uuuuund:


Nachdem der Countdown gestern kurz vor Start abgebrochen worden ist (das 1. Mal seit November 2020 nicht wegen des Wetters oder weil der gesperrte Luftraum verletzt wurde), ist der Start gerade, um 19:45 MESZ, erfolgt.

Zitat
07/22/2022 20:55 Stephen Clark Stephen Clark

SpaceX confirms deployment of 46 new Starlink internet satellites, completing the 52nd dedicated launch for the privately-funded broadband network. SpaceX has now launched 2,904 Starlink satellites, including spacecraft already retired from service.



https://spaceflightnow.com/2022/07/21/fa...-status-center/



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23.07.2022 16:38
#215 RE: Starlink Antworten

Ja, ich weiß. Es hat etwas Obsessives. Aber man muß sich einmal diesen Takt in Echtzeit geben, um eine Ahnung davon zu bekommen, was hier vorgelegt wird.

Zitat
SpaceX test-fired a Falcon 9 rocket at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center Saturday in preparation for liftoff Sunday with the company’s next batch of Starlink internet satellites.

The Falcon 9 is set to lift off Sunday at 9:38 a.m. EDT (1338 GMT) with 53 Starlink internet satellites, marking SpaceX’s 33rd launch of the year, and the 53rd dedicated launch for the Starlink network.



https://spaceflightnow.com/2022/07/23/st...25-static-fire/

Statistisches Update.

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Jonathan McDowell @planet4589
I've updated the Starlink stats page https://planet4589.org/space/stats/star/starstats.html and reorganized the summary table to more directly reflect the different orbital shells ('Groups')
Bottom line: 2957 launched, 2701 still in orbit, 2665 assessed still working, 2155 in operational shells
10:38 PM · Jul 24, 2022·TweetDeck



https://twitter.com/planet4589/status/1551305902082383872



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24.07.2022 13:47
#216 RE: Tiangong Antworten

Heute morgen, 8:22 MESZ Start des Wentian-Moduls (问天实验舱) zur chinesischen Raumstation vom Raumfahrtbahnhof Wenchang.

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China’s heavy-lift Long March 5B rocket launched Sunday with the second major element of the Chinese Tiangong space station, sending the 25-ton Wentian science module on course for docking at the orbiting outpost.

The Wentian lab module was buttoned up in the nose cone of the Long March 5B rocket when it lifted off at 2:22:32 a.m. EDT (0622:32 GMT) Sunday from the Wenchang space center on Hainan Island, China’s southernmost province.

The launch marked the eighth flight of a Long March 5 rocket, the most powerful launcher in China’s inventory. It was the third flight of the Long March 5B configuration, which flies without an upper stage and is tailored to haul heavy payloads into low Earth orbit. The Long March 5B launcher’s lift capability to low Earth orbit is around 55,000 pounds, or 25 metric tons.



https://spaceflightnow.com/2022/07/24/lo...wentian-launch/

Gestern hat die chinesische Raumfahrtbehörde zum ertsen Mal ein Video mit genauen Ansichten zum Wissenschaftsmodul freigegeben. Die Länge beträgt 17,9 m, der Durchmesser 4,9 m, die Masse 23 t.

Nachtrag.

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Second module docks at China’s space station, large rocket stage tracked in orbit
by Andrew Jones — July 24, 2022

HELSINKI — China added a new experiment module to its space station Sunday, following a high-profile launch from the country’s coastal spaceport.

The Wentian experiment module launched atop of a Long March 5B rocket at 2:22 a.m. Eastern from the Wenchang spaceport on the southern Chinese island of Hainan, with crowds watching on from nearby public beach areas.

Wentian used its own propulsion system to match orbit with Tianhe, the core module of China’s under-construction space station, and completed rendezvous and docking with a forward docking port at 3:13 p.m. Eastern, July 24, China’s human spaceflight agency confirmed.

The Wentian module had a mass at takeoff of 23,000 kilograms and is designed to host a range of science cabinets for on-orbit experiments. It also provides backup life support and propulsion for Tianhe, which launched in April 2021, and provides new working and living quarters and an EVA hatch for astronauts.

The country has now successfully launched eight space station-related missions for the project, including two modules, three cargo spacecraft and three crewed missions. A third module, named Mengtian, is expected to launch around October.



https://spacenews.com/second-module-dock...acked-in-orbit/



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26.07.2022 21:09
#217 RE: ISS Antworten

Zur anderen Raumstation.

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Russia's newly appointed space chief has announced the country will opt out of the International Space Station (ISS) after 2024 and focus on building its own orbiting outpost.

In a meeting with President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday, Yuri Borisov, who leads the state-controlled space corporation Roscosmos, said Russia will fulfil its obligations to other partners at the ISS before it leaves the project.

"Of course, we will fulfil all our obligations to our partners, but the decision to leave this station after 2024 has been made," Mr Borisov said.

"I think that by this time we will start putting together a Russian orbital station."

Mr Borisov's statement reaffirmed previous declarations by Russian space officials about Moscow's intention to leave the space outpost after 2024.

Despite the rift, NASA and Roscosmos made a deal earlier this month for astronauts to continue riding Russian rockets and for Russian cosmonauts to catch lifts to the ISS with SpaceX beginning early next year.

However NASA was caught off guard with the announcement from Mr Borisov.

NASA space station director Robyn Gatens said her Russian counterparts had not communicated any such intent to end the two-decade-old orbital partnership, as required by the station's intergovernmental agreement.



https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-07-26/r...2024-/101272246
https://apnews.com/article/russia-ukrain..._source=Twitter



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27.07.2022 12:51
#218 RE: ISS Antworten

Zitat von Ulrich Elkmann im Beitrag #217
Russia's newly appointed space chief has announced the country will opt out of the International Space Station (ISS) after 2024 and focus on building its own orbiting outpost.



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Katya Pavlushchenko@katlinegrey
New concept of the promised Russian Space Station, which the head of the Roscosmos press service called ROS (instead of ROSS). The first step includes NEM, a base module, a node module and an airlock module.
5:59 PM · Jul 26, 2022·Twitter for iPad


https://twitter.com/katlinegrey/status/1551960475272896517

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In April 2021, Roscosmos officials announced plans to possibly exit from the International Space Station programme after 2024, stating concerns about the condition of its aging modules. On 26 July 2022, Roscosmos announced that the decision had been made to withdraw from the ISS programme after 2024.[4] A new space station, named Russian Orbital Space Station, operated entirely by Roscosmos, would be launched starting in the mid-2020s.[5][6][7] The first crewed mission is planned for 2026.[8]



https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russian_Or...Service_Station

https://cdn.nplus1.ru/images/2021/04/26/...9222c0d7dd3.png

Der Kleine Zyniker erlaubt sich daran zu erinnern, daß der gesamte russische Beitrag zur ISS von der NASA & ESA finanziert worden ist, um das Weiterbestehen von Roskomos nach dem Chaos der Jelzin-Jahre sicherzustellen.



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06.08.2022 22:07
#219 RE: Crew-5, ISS Antworten

Zitat von Ulrich Elkmann im Beitrag #213

Zitat

NASASpaceflight understands that the Falcon 9 "damage during transport" occurred when the rocket struck a bridge near Van Horn, Texas, on the way from Hawthorne to McGregor.
8:34 PM · Jul 21, 2022·Twitter Web App



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Thomas Burghardt @TGMetsFan98
Falcon 9 B1077, the booster slated for Crew-5 that was damaged when it hit a bridge, has been repaired and static fired at McGregor!
11:39 PM · Aug 5, 2022·Twitter for iPhone



https://twitter.com/TGMetsFan98/status/1555669851821281283



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28.08.2022 16:24
#220 RE: Starlink Antworten

Damit es nicht untergeht. Vor dem Start zum Mond gab es heute morgen von Cape Canaveral noch mal einen weiteren Start von SpaceX.

Zitat
SpaceX hauled another 54 Starlink internet satellites into orbit Saturday night from Cape Canaveral, setting a record for the heaviest payload ever launched by a Falcon 9 rocket. The launch occurred days after SpaceX and T-Mobile unveiled plans to use a new generation of Starlink spacecraft to provide ubiquitous connectivity to existing cell phones.

Liftoff of the Falcon 9 rocket from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station occurred at 11:41 p.m. EDT Saturday (0341 GMT Sunday) to kick off SpaceX’s 38th launch of the year.
...
The total payload mass with 54 Starlink satellites added up to more than 36,800 pounds, or 16.7 metric tons, Anderson said.

The launch of the Starlink 4-23 mission came about 33 hours before NASA is scheduled to launch the giant Artemis 1 moon rocket from nearby Kennedy Space Center. The Space Launch System rocket is standing on pad 39B at Kennedy, about 5 miles (8 kilometers) north of the Falcon 9’s launch site at pad 40.

172nd launch of a Falcon 9 rocket since 2010
180th launch of Falcon rocket family since 2006
2nd launch of Falcon 9 booster B1069
148th Falcon 9 launch from Florida’s Space Coast
95th Falcon 9 launch from pad 40
150th launch overall from pad 40
114th flight of a reused Falcon 9 booster
57th dedicated Falcon 9 launch with Starlink satellites
38th Falcon 9 launch of 2022
38th launch by SpaceX in 2022
37th orbital launch attempt based out of Cape Canaveral in 2022



https://spaceflightnow.com/2022/08/27/fa...-live-coverage/

Nb. Es hat eine Designänderung bei den Satelliten gegeben. Die neuen Antenen sind etwas größer ausgelegt. Effekt. Wenn genügend der neuen Modelle in der Umlaufbahn kreisen, entfällt die Notwendigkeit einer Empfangsschüssel & die Verbindung "mobiles datennetz" läuft direkt über das Smartphone.

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The new Starlink satellite design, called Starlink V2, measures about 23 feet (7 meters) across. It will host similar Ku-band, Ka-band, and laser communications antennas flying on the current generation of Starlink satellites, but will add a deployable cell spectrum antenna measuring roughly 270 square feet (25 square meters), Musk said.

That large antenna will have the sensitivity to receive faint signals from existing cell phones.

“It’s a lot like putting a cellular tower in the sky, just a lot harder, and that’s why we’re here with the world experts at SpaceX because we’re using a piece of spectrum that your phone already knows … how to connect to,” Sievert said. “In fact, the vast majority of phones out there, our aspiration is for them to work right out of the gate with this.”

According to Musk, the Starlink V2 network will beam about 2 to 4 megabits of bandwidth to be shared among users within a certain region, or cell zone. That’s enough to enable texting, images, voice calls, and in some cases, video streaming, Musk said.

So far, SpaceX has focused on residential customers for the Starlink network, with a phased array antenna pointing skyward make a radio connecting with satellites passing overhead. SpaceX recently received regulatory approval from the Federal Communications Commission to provide Starlink service through antenna terminals mounted on cars, RVs, ships, and airplanes.

Now SpaceX is moving into market to support cell phone services.

“This won’t have the kind of bandwidth that a Starlink terminal will have,” Musk said.

But it could eventually eliminate dead zones in cellular connectivity. “This is quite a difficult technical challenge, but we have it working in the lab and we’re confident this will work in the field,” Musk said. “It’s actually quite a lot of extra hardware on the satellite, and it’s also a lot of software.”

Sievert touted the importance of cell phone-to-satellite connectivity for public safety, emergency responders, and people who live in or are traveling through rural areas without traditional cell phone service. He said it will initially be rolled out in the continental United States, Hawaii, large swaths of Alaska, Puerto Rico, and U.S. territorial waters, and will be available at no additional charge on T-Mobile’s most popular cell phone plans.



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31.08.2022 12:45
#221 RE: Starlink Antworten

Just for the record. Heute morgen 7:45 MESZ Start der nächsten Starlink-Tranche von der AFB Vandenberg, Nr. 3-4. Wie bei den letzten Starts von Vandenberg fast polarer Orbit; Bahnneigung 97,6°. 7. Flug der Startstufe.

Zitat
08/31/2022 08:55
SpaceX confirms deployment of 46 new Starlink internet satellites, completing the 58th dedicated launch for the privately-funded broadband network. SpaceX has now launched 3,208 Starlink satellites, including spacecraft already retired from service.



https://spaceflightnow.com/2022/08/30/fa...-status-center/



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05.09.2022 04:38
#222 RE: Starlink Antworten

Dass es nicht untergeht:

Vor 25 Minuten, 22:09 Ortszeit, Start der nächsten 51 Starlink-Satelliten von Florida aus.

LC40, Mission 4-20, 40. Start von SpaceX in diesem Jahr. Landung auf der Just Read the Instructions. Gesamtzahl der gestarteten Satelliten 3259.

Die Frequenz liegt mittlerweile bei 5 Tagen.



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09.09.2022 21:04
#223 RE: Blame Canada Antworten

Jetzt die auch noch.

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Maritime Launch Services breaks ground on Canada’s first orbital launch site - written by Nathan Barker & Chris Gebhardt September 9, 2022

Maritime Launch Services (MLS) in Canada has received approval to begin construction of Spaceport Nova Scotia within the framework of an Environmental Assessment approved in 2019.

The spaceport in maritime Canada will be the first orbital launch location for the country and will be geared towards service of the medium-lift market using the Ukrainian Cyclone-4M rocket.

MLS President and CEO Stephen Matier spoke directly with NASASpaceflight about the new spaceport, MLS’s goals, community engagement and buy-in from the town of Canso and Guysborough County, and challenges toward getting to the first flight.

“We’re definitely a different animal than a range doing their thing or a launch vehicle company doing their thing. We’re trying to provide a full launch service offering from our location,” said Matier.

MLS is specifically targeting the small- to medium-class launch markets and has gathered 14 letters of intent from different providers, mission integrators, and satellite clients with larger constellations.

With those letters of intent and several rounds of regulatory approvals in place, MLS gained permission in late-August 2022 to begin full-fledged construction of the spaceport.



https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2022/09/...rt-nova-scotia/

🚀

Plus:

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If things go to plan, the first suborbital launch is scheduled for no earlier than the second quarter of 2023 with Quebec-based Reaction Dynamics and their suborbital vehicle.

The rocket is called Aurora, and while the first launch will be suborbital, the rocket itself is part of a small-class launcher service from Reaction Dynamics, with the orbital version capable of taking 50-150 kg to low Earth orbit (LEO).

All of this is part of a phased expansion that will ultimately see the medium-lift vehicle, called Cyclone-4M, launching up to eight times a year from Spaceport Nova Scotia.

The Cyclone-4M is derived from the Tsyklon-4 rocket and is a Ukrainian vehicle that has been modified from its original design to feature Zenit-derived kerolox first-stage engines to replace the Russian engines of the original design.

This makes the rocket a 100% Ukrainian offer and avoids part of the awkwardness that the similar Antares rocket from Northrop Grumman faced after the current Russian invasion of and the ongoing war against Ukraine.

However, Matier stressed that the impact of the invasion so far has been minimal, though “one cannot predict what tomorrow holds for us.”

But an interesting thing based on the fact that the rocket is 100% Ukrainian occurred after the invasion: interest in MLS and Cyclone-4M went up — including from companies that support the resupply efforts of the International Space Station.

“We did receive some communications following the invasion in February asking what our capabilities are and capacities were to get to the ISS. And actually, that analysis has been done,” said Matier.

The Cyclone-4M is capable of delivering 4,930 kg into a 200 km orbit inclined 51.6° to the equator when launching from Spaceport Nova Scotia.

While that doesn’t mean ISS missions will fly from here, it does point to the larger picture: interest in MLS increased following the Russian invasion of Ukraine.



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11.09.2022 04:17
#224 RE: Blame Canada Antworten

Damit es nicht untergeht.

03:30. Nächster Starlink-Start, KSC, Startrampe 39A, mit 34 Starlink-Satelliten und Blue Walker-3 als Rideshare. 39. SpaceX-Start in diesem Jahr, der erste von zweien innerhalb von 24 Stunden.



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12.09.2022 16:33
#225 RE: New Shepard Antworten

New Shepard - Jeff Bezos - Blue Origin.

Der Start der "New Shepard" ist gerade gründlich daneben gegangen. 67 Sekunden nach dem Abheben in 10* km Höhe hat die Rettungsrakete gezündet & die Kapsel in Sicherheit gebracht.
RSS H. G. Wells, Start nr. 23, unbemannt, mit 36 Nutzlasten, sollte bis auf 100 km steigen.

https://spaceflightnow.com/2022/09/12/bl...n-ns-23-launch/

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Blue Origin is set to launch its New Shepard suborbital rocket from West Texas to space Monday, but this time it will fly without any human passengers. The booster and capsule will loft 36 payloads from research institutions and student organizations, half of which are funded by NASA.

The launch from Blue Origin’s West Texas test site is scheduled for 9:30 a.m. EDT (8:30 a.m. CDT; 1330 GMT). Blue Origin initially planned to launch the mission Aug. 31, but poor weather forced the company to call off launch attempts on three consecutive days. Officials then rescheduled the launch date for Monday, Sept. 12.

The suborbital flight will soar into the rarefied uppermost layers of the atmosphere, targeting an altitude just above 60 miles (100 kilometers), the internationally recognized boundary of space. The mission, numbered NS-23, will mark the 23rd flight of a New Shepard rocket, and the ninth flight of this reusable booster, paired with the crew capsule “RSS H.G. Wells,” also making its ninth trip to space.

Blue Origin has launched six flights to space with human passengers since July 2021, when company founder Jeff Bezos joined three others on a suborbital launch. Most recently, the company sent six passengers to suborbital space Aug. 4, using a different booster and capsule in Blue Origin’s fleet.

The booster and capsule slated to launch Monday is dedicated to flying science and research payloads to space, according to Blue Origin.




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Spaceflight Now@SpaceflightNow
Launch abort! Blue Origin's New Shepard capsule has fired its abort motor after a failure of its booster.
4:30 PM · Sep 12, 2022·TweetDeck


https://twitter.com/SpaceflightNow/statu...332626409783296

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Spaceflight Now @SpaceflightNow
Blue Origin's crew capsule has landed back in Texas after an unplanned in-flight abort. The capsule is flying NASA-sponsored experiments on today's flight, but no people.

The spacecraft fired its solid-fueled abort motor about a minute after liftoff.
4:36 PM · Sep 12, 2022·TweetDeck



* Korrektur: 8,5 km, 28.000 Fuß.



Gestern hat Firefly Aerospace den zweiten Start seines Alpha-Boosters von der Vandenberg AFB in Kalifornien nach einem halben Dutzend Countdown-Stopps abgebrochen. Der erste Start im September 2021 ist als Fehlschlag geendet. Momentan scheinen die Sterne schlecht für solche Griffe nach ihnen zu stehen.



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