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CST-100
 
Майкл Форман осматривает парашют после теста.
 
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Надо же, как его мотает. Нет, нельзя летать на тряпках.
 
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Надо же, как его мотает. Нет, нельзя летать на тряпках.
наполнение
 
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Надо же, как его мотает..

Это потому что пустой :wink:
Когда жизнь экзаменует - первыми сдают нервы.
 
http://www.boeing.com/defense-space/space/ccts/index.html
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Currently, Boeing is executing the Commercial Crew Development Phase 2 (CCDev2) Space Act Agreement of $112.9M and will run from April 2011 - July 2012. Some of the Phase 2 milestones include Airbag drop tests, wind tunnel tests, and taking the integrated system to a Preliminary Design Review.
 
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Надо же, как его мотает. Нет, нельзя летать на тряпках.
Корабль такой формы, - конус с балансировочным углом основанием вперёд, неустойчив в полёте в принципе.
Чем он более приплюснутый, тем он более неустойчив.

После гашения скорости его, в принципе, с помощью довольно несложных стабилизаторов можно сделать устойчивым, но эти штуковины уменьшат полезную нагрузку на орбите.
La mort toujours avec toi.
 
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Надо же, как его мотает. Нет, нельзя летать на тряпках.
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Ленточные парашюты прозрачны насквозь, - красиво получается. :)
La mort toujours avec toi.
 
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Надо же, как его мотает..

Это потому что пустой :wink:
Толку тогда от этого теста :wink: .
Шли бы Вы все на Марс, что ли...
 
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Толку тогда от этого теста :wink: .
количество стальных тросов подсказывает что не пустой и толк должен быть ))
Аир-кран 20000 фунтов в воздух поднимает )
 
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Толку тогда от этого теста :wink: .
количество стальных тросов подсказывает что не пустой и толк должен быть ))
Аир-кран 20000 фунтов в воздух поднимает )
Я о том же.
Шли бы Вы все на Марс, что ли...
 
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- The Boeing Company has successfully completed a new milestone in the development of software that will operate its Crew Space Transportation (CST) spacecraft. The company is one of NASA's partners developing commercial crew transportation capabilities to ferry U.S. astronauts to and from low Earth orbit and the International Space Station.

With the Preliminary Design Review (PDR) of its software on May 18, the company now has completed more than 40 milestones under partnerships supporting NASA's Commercial Crew Program (CCP).

"When it comes to designing a spacecraft safe enough to transport humans, software is as important as the hardware," said Ed Mango, CCP manager. "Boeing has made an excellent effort to take safety into consideration while developing critical software components of its spacecraft."

Boeing's CST-100 is designed to be a reusable, capsule-shaped spacecraft, capable of transporting up to seven people or a combination of people and cargo. It is compatible with a variety of expendable launch vehicles. Boeing has selected United Launch Alliance's Atlas V rocket for initial CST-100 test flights.

Software is essential to all operational aspects of the spacecraft, including launch, orbital maneuvering, docking with and separating from the space station, re-entry and landing. The testing is part of a NASA-funded Space Act Agreement under the second round of the agency's commercial crew development (CCDev2) activities, which could eventually lead toward human spaceflight certification of the CST-100.

The Boeing team is on schedule to complete its remaining CCDev2 milestones in the next few months, including an orbital maneuvering/attitude control engine hot fire test that will provide additional data on significant elements of the spacecraft design.

All of NASA's industry partners, including Boeing, continue to meet their established milestones in developing commercial crew transportation capabilities.

For more information about NASA's Commercial Crew Program, visit:

http://www.nasa.gov/commercialcrew
Когда жизнь экзаменует - первыми сдают нервы.
 
Чем Боинг хуже СпэйсЭкса?  :wink:
Видео испытания движка http://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/videogallery/index.html?media_id=146725741
Ad calendas graecas
 
http://mediaarchive.ksc.nasa.gov/detail.cfm?mediaid=60153

(кликабельно)

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LAS CRUCES, N.M. -- Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne tests a thruster destined for Boeing's CST-100 spacecraft. The thruster was fired in a vacuum chamber that simulated a space-like environment of 100,000 feet at NASA's White Sands Test Facility in Las Cruces, N.M., to verify its durability in extreme heat, evaluate the opening and closing of its valves and confirm continuous combustion and performance. Twenty-four thrusters will be part of the spacecraft's orbital maneuvering and attitude control system OMAC, giving the CST-100 the ability to maneuver in space and during re-entry. The thrusters also will allow the spacecraft to separate from its launch vehicle if an abort becomes necessary during launch or ascent. In 2011, NASA selected Boeing of Houston during Commercial Crew Development Round 2 CCDev2) activities to mature the design and development of a crew transportation system with the overall goal of accelerating a United States-led capability to the International Space Station. The goal of CCP is to drive down the cost of space travel as well as open up space to more people than ever before by balancing industry’s own innovative capabilities with NASA's 50 years of human spaceflight experience. Six other aerospace companies also are maturing launch vehicle and spacecraft designs under CCDev2, including Alliant Techsystems Inc. ATK, Blue Origin, Excalibur Almaz Inc., Sierra Nevada Corp., Space Exploration Technologies SpaceX, and United Launch Alliance ULA. For more information, visit www.nasa.gov/commercialcrew . Image credit: Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne
Go MSL!
 
Thruster Tests Completed for Boeing's CST-100
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Pratt and Whitney Rocketdyne has successfully completed a series of tests on a thruster destined for Boeing's Commercial Space Transportation spacecraft, designated CST-100.

Boeing is one of several companies working to develop crew transportation capabilities under the Commercial Crew Development Round 2 agreement with NASA's Commercial Crew Program. The goal of the program is to help spur innovation and development of safe, reliable and cost-effective spacecraft and launch vehicles capable of transporting astronauts to low Earth orbit and the International Space Station.

Twenty-four thrusters will be part of the spacecraft's orbital maneuvering and attitude control system (OMAC), giving the CST-100 the ability to maneuver in space and during re-entry. The thrusters also will allow the spacecraft to separate from its launch vehicle if an abort becomes necessary during launch or ascent.

"Boeing and Pratt and Whitney Rocketdyne know what it takes to develop safe systems and subsystems," said NASA Commercial Crew Program Manager Ed Mango. "They're building on the successes of their past, while pushing the envelope with next-generation ideas to create a spacecraft for low Earth orbit transportation."

During tests conducted at NASA's White Sands Test Facility in Las Cruces, N.M., an OMAC thruster was fired in a vacuum chamber that simulated a space-like environment of 100,000 feet. The tests verified the durability of the thrusters in extreme heat, evaluated the opening and closing of its valves and confirmed continuous combustion and performance.

"We're excited about the performance of the engine during the testing and confident the OMAC thrusters will affordably meet operational needs for safe, reliable human spaceflight," said Terry Lorier, Pratt and Whitney Rocketdyne's Commercial Crew Development program manager.

All of NASA's industry partners, including Boeing, continue to meet their established milestones in developing commercial crew transportation capabilities.
http://www.nasa.gov/exploration/commercial/crew/pwr_omac.html
Go MSL!
 
Кто-то мне говорил что полет семерых на CST-100 - это экзотика которую Боинг вообще не рассматривает всерьез. А вообще - 2-3
 
2 ???  :shock:
 
К Луне?
 
Чтот я не слыхал ни разу, чтобы [u:29de544c92]первичной[/u:29de544c92] задачей для CST-100 называли что-либо, кроме низкой околоземной орбиты...

А для неё новый корабль вместимостью менее четырёх человек почти никому не интересен.
 
Впервые услышал от первоисточника что 7 челов на CST-100 - это экзотика а так планируется 2-3 чела
 
Я бы, честно говоря, не стал верить этому "первоисточнику".

Не исключено, конечно, что в первых испытательных полётах действительно будет только 2-3 ч-ка, но это не та вместимость, для которой Боинг стал бы делать подобный КК.
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