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Ulrich Elkmann Offline




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29.04.2021 21:03
Mars2020 Ingenuity Helicopter Antworten

Beim vierten und ambitionierstem Flug ist irgendetwas schiefgegangen.

Zitat von NASA JPL, 29 April 2021, 20:53 MESZ
NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Aim high, and fly, fly again. The #MarsHelicopter's ambitious fourth flight didn't get off the ground, but the team is assessing the data and will aim to try again soon. We'll keep you posted. http://go.nasa.gov/ingenuity




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29.04.2021 21:13
#2 RE: Mars2020 Ingenuity Helicopter Antworten

Ansonsten heute in der Raumfahrt:

1. China startet das Hauptmodul der nächsten Raumstation.

Zitat
Chinese officials confirmed the successful launch of the first element of the country’s space station early Thursday, laying the keystone to a permanently-inhabited orbiting habitat that could welcome its first astronauts this summer.

The liftoff of the Tianhe core module begins the most ambitious project in the history of China’s nearly 30-year human spaceflight program, which seeks to create a national space station after being shut out of the International Space Station, led by U.S. and Russian space agencies.

China’s Tianhe space station core module rode a heavy-lift Long March 5B rocket into orbit after liftoff at 11:23:15 p.m. EDT Wednesday (0323:15 GMT; 11:23:15 a.m. Beijing time Thursday).

The massive core module is the largest and heaviest spacecraft ever built in China, extending more than 54.4 feet (16.6 meters) long, with a maximum diameter of around 13.8 feet (4.2 meters). Fully fueled at launch, the Tianhe module weighed roughly 49,600 pounds (22.5 metric tons), according to China’s state-run Xinhua news agency.

The core module resembles the first section of Russia’s Mir space station, but the Tianhe spacecraft is longer and heavier.

Three Chinese astronauts could visit the Tianhe core module as early as June to begin a three-month stint in orbit, with future crew missions building up to stays as long as six months, officials said. But first, a cargo freighter will link up with the space station’s core module in orbit next month, delivering supplies and provisions to support the first astronauts to live on the outpost.

The launch of the Tianhe core module was the first of 11 missions before the end of 2022 to install additional elements on the space station, and ferry cargo and astronauts to the orbiting research laboratory. The remaining 10 missions to continue construction and outfitting of the space station include the launch of two more research modules, plus four Tianzhou cargo ships and four Shenzhou crew spacecraft.



https://spaceflightnow.com/2021/04/29/as...-module-launch/

2. SpaceX hat die nächsten 60 StarLink-Satelliten gestartet.

Zitat

SpaceX deployed 60 more Starlink internet-beaming spacecraft into orbit after a fiery late-night blastoff of a Falcon 9 rocket Wednesday night from Cape Canaveral, surpassing the 1,500-satellite mark since Starlink launches began. Another Falcon 9 rocket is scheduled to haul the next batch of Starlink satellites to space next week.

The launch of the newest 60 Starlink satellites came soon after the Federal Communications Commission on Tuesday approved a SpaceX request to fly the rest of the company’s near-term Starlink spacecraft at lower altitudes.

SpaceX is gearing up for another launch next week carrying the next group of Starlink satellites. A Falcon 9 rocket is scheduled for liftoff from pad 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center next Tuesday, May 4, at 3:01 p.m. EDT (1901 GMT).



https://spaceflightnow.com/2021/04/29/sp...ower-altitudes/

Damit befinden sich zurzeit 1438 StarLink-Satelliten in der Umlaufbahn.



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30.04.2021 21:59
#3 RE: Mars2020 Ingenuity Helicopter Antworten

Zitat
NASA JPL
@NASAJPL

Success

#MarsHelicopter completed its 4th flight, going farther & faster than ever before. It also took more photos as it flew over the Martian surface. We expect those images will come down in a later data downlink, but @NASAPersevere's Hazcam caught part of the flight.

8:34 nachm. · 30. Apr. 2021




https://twitter.com/NASAJPL/status/1388200058491789315



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09.05.2021 14:43
#4 RE: Mars2020 Ingenuity Helicopter Antworten

Zitat von NASA.gov
Ingenuity made its fifth Martian flight today (May 7), lifting off from the floor of Jezero Crater at 3:26 p.m. EDT (1926 GMT). The 4-lb. (1.8 kilograms) chopper climbed to an altitude of 16.5 feet (5 meters) and cruised south for 423 feet (129 m), following the same path it took last week on flight number four, NASA officials said.

But unlike that April 30 jaunt and the three others that preceded it, today's trip was one-way. After reaching its destination, Ingenuity climbed to 33 feet (10 m) — twice as high in the Martian sky as it had ever gotten — snapped some photos and then landed in a new place, wrapping up a 108-second flight and embarking on a new journey of exploration.

"We bid adieu to our first Martian home, Wright Brothers Field, with grateful thanks for the support it provided to the historic first flights of a planetary rotorcraft," Bob Balaram, Ingenuity chief engineer at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Southern California, said in a statement today.

"We may get a couple more flights in over the next few weeks, and then the agency will evaluate how we're doing," he added. "We have already been able to gather all the flight performance data that we originally came here to collect. Now, this new operations demo gives us an opportunity to further expand our knowledge of flying machines on other planets."


https://www.space.com/mars-helicopter-in...ht-new-airfield



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14.05.2021 22:08
#5 RE: Mars Rover Zhurong Antworten

Zitat
The country's first Mars landing mission, called Tianwen-1 (which means "Heavenly Questions"), is scheduled to touch down on the planet's surface as early as tonight (May 14) at 7:11 p.m. EDT (1423 GMT), Ye Peijian, chief adviser of Interplanetary Exploration for the China Academy of Space Technology (CAST), revealed at a conference on Thursday (May 13). In a statement issued this morning, China's space agency said the rover has a landing window that extends through May 19.

At 23.00 GMT: But speculation was encouraged on Friday after the announcement by a leading spaceflight specialist that the unmanned robot would reach Mars on Saturday morning.

Ye Peijian, head of the lunar exploration programme, expects the lander to touch down at 7.11am Beijing time on Saturday (23.11 GMT Friday), according to some media reports.


https://researchonspace.com/china-prepar...mepOEvRilJiZE2c



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15.05.2021 10:41
#6 RE: Mars Rover Zhurong Antworten

Zitat
Some landing coordinates here. Center of landing ellipse was 110.318 E, 24.748 N.

Space Science Institute- SKLPlanets Macau
@sklplanets
Succesful landing of #Tianwen1, on #Mars! Landing point: 109.7 E, 25.1 N, less than 40 km from target location in Utopia Planitia. More details expected later!
2:22 vorm. · 15. Mai 2021·Twitter for iPhone


https://twitter.com/sklplanets/status/1393361045347966978



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