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Astronauts Get Ready for Japan’s Seventh Cargo Mission and Two U.S. Spacewalks

Mark Garcia
Posted Sep 4, 2018 at 1:19 pm

A rocket carrying Japan’s seventh H-II Transfer Vehicle (HTV-7) is poised to launch next Monday on a cargo delivery mission to the International Space Station. The Expedition 56 crew members trained for the HTV-7’s arrival...

On Sept. 10, the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) is launching a cargo craft, exactly nine years to the day JAXA launched its first HTV mission, to the space station. The HTV-7 will take a four-day trip before reaching a point just 10 meters away from the orbital lab. Commander Drew Feustel will then grapple it with the Canadarm2 robotic arm as Flight Engineer Serena Auñón-Chancellor backs him up inside the cupola.

The duo practiced for next week’s approach and rendezvous of the HTV-7 ...

After the HTV-7 arrives, robotics controllers will begin the work of removing six new lithium-ion batteries from the HTV-7’s External Pallet and storing them on the Port 4 (P4) truss structure. They will replace a dozen older nickel-hydrogen batteries on the station’s P4. Nine of the older batteries will be stowed inside the HTV-7 for disposal and the other three stored on the P4.
Предварительный прогноз погоды на пуск: облачно, возможен дождь, ветер северо-восточный 5-7 м/с, тепло 24-27 °C
マゲシマン 5/15・16鴨池1勝1敗‏ @mageshiman1025 13 ч. назад

なんじゃこりゃ?! 秋の長雨?

Встречаем новичка твиттер-сообщества:
MHI Launch Services‏ @MHI_LS 4 сент.

7月28日 第1段ロケットが整備棟へ搬入されました。

28 июля первая ступень ракеты была доставлена в здание технического обслуживания.
28 июля начались работы по стыковке первой и второй ступеней ракеты. (верхний снимок)
С 31 июля - 4 августа ТТУ SRB-A были присоединены к первой ступени ракеты (нижний снимок)
MHI Launch Services‏ @MHI_LS 4 сент.

7月28日 第1段ロケット、第2段ロケットを結合しました。

7 ч.7 часов назад

7月31日~8月4日 固体ロケットブースター(SRB-A)を結合しました。 #H2BF7

27 августа головной блок - HTV под обтекателем,- был перемещен из здания сборки HTV в здание технического обслуживания (VAB).
MHI Launch Services‏ @MHI_LS 7 ч. назад

8月27日 こうのとり(HTV)用フェアリングをHTV組立棟から整備棟まで移動しました。

JAXA открыло страницу, посвященную малым возвращаемым капсулам
JAXAきぼう利用ネットワーク‏ @JAXA_Kiboriyo 11 ч. назад

HTV搭載小型回収カプセルの紹介ページができました(*´▽`*) #HTV7 ではISSでのミッション終了後の地球への再突⼊の機会を利⽤し、⼩型回収カプセルを使って、⽇本が今まで有していなかったIS­Sからの物資回収技術の技術実証を行います!
Last Updated: September 5, 2018
HTV Small Re-entry Capsule

HTV Small Re-entry Capsule
(Credit: JAXA)
In the mission of HTV7 (“KOUNOTORI 7”), after completing the re-supply mission to ISS, HTV7 will demonstrate the novel technology for recovering experiment samples fr om ISS, which Japan has not obtained up until now, by taking advantage of the opportunity of re-entry into Earth with the HTV Small Re-entry Capsule (HSRC) that will be loaded on the HTV for the first time ever.
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Science Gear Work, Japan Spaceship Preps Ahead of Orbital Reboost

Mark Garcia
Posted Sep 5, 2018 at 1:53 pm

Gerst and Feustel wrapped up the day with Flight Engineer Serena Auñón-Chancellor reviewing next week’s arrival of JAXA’s HTV-7 resupply ship. The HTV-7’s launch is planned for Monday at 6:32 p.m. EDT and its capture with the Canadarm2 set for Sept. 14 at 7:40 a.m. NASA TV will cover both activities live.
Расписание трансляций независимой NVS group

H-2B Rocket F7 Briefing session before launch

Начало трансляции: 14:00 JST 09.09.2018 (05:00 UTC)

YouTubeLive ≫ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NgSzsarYx7Q

H-2B Rocket F7 Rollout

※ Rollout time is unpublished.Therefore, it may change the broadcast time.
※ This Live streaming might be cancelled due to bad weather.

YouTubeLive ≫  In preparation

H-2B Rocket F7 Launch

Начало трансляции: 07:00 JST 11.09.2018 (22:00 UTC 10.09.2018)

YouTubeLive ≫ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_SEAIokoOp8

H-2B Rocket F7 After launch press conference
(TBD: about 100 minutes after launch)

The time is not yet fixed.change broadcast time later.

YouTubeLive ≫ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yRg2Ns4WNR0
Предварительный прогноз погоды на пуск: облачно, возможен дождь, перемена ветра на восточный 4-6 м/с, тепло 24-27 °C, тайфун, похоже, пока проходит южнее
マゲシマン 5/15・16鴨池1勝1敗‏ @mageshiman1025 10 ч. назад

どうやら熱低は台風にはならないよう。 昨日と予報自体はそれほど変わってない。 上げるなら晴れ間は望めないし、延期なら長引く可能性も。

真之介0113‏ @shinnosuke0113 1 ч. назад


Изменено: tnt22 - 08.09.2018 18:52:39
Chris G - NSF‏ @ChrisG_NSF 9 мин. назад

Precise launch time for Monday evening/Tuesday morning launch of @JAXA_en #HTV7 resupply craft to @Space_Station is:

11 Sept. 2018 @ 07:32:32 JST (local time at launch site), which is...
10 Sept. 2018 @ 22:32:32 UTC
10 Sept. 2018 @ 18:32:32 EDT
Прогноз погоды на пуск: облачно, дождь, перемена ветра на юго-восточный 2-4 м/с, тепло 24-27 °C
マゲシマン 5/15・16鴨池1勝1敗‏ @mageshiman1025 32 мин. назад

あっ、これ、「原因は氷結層」ってパターンだわ(T_T) #H2BF7

Изменено: tnt22 - 08.09.2018 18:53:29
Next stop space: Researchers to carry out 'cosmic elevator' experiment

August 26, 2018 (Mainichi Japan)

An artist's rendering of a space elevator envisaged by Obayashi Corp. is seen in this image provided by the contractor.

A team made up of researchers at Shizuoka University and other institutions is set to conduct an experiment in September for a project to develop a "space elevator" connecting Earth and a space station by cable -- attracting attention as a possible dream vehicle for space travel and cargo shipments in the future.

The experiment will be the first of its kind ever to be conducted in space. However, a number of challenges, including the development of special, high-strength cables, await researchers before they can bring a cosmic elevator into reality.

In the experiment, two ultra-small cubic satellites, which were developed by Shizuoka University Faculty of Engineering, will be used. Each satellite measures 10 centimeters each side, and a roughly 10-meter-long steel cable will be employed to connect the twin satellites. The pair of satellites will be released from the International Space Station (ISS), and a container acting like an elevator car will be moved on a cable connecting the satellites using a motor. A camera attached to the satellites will record the movements of the container in space.

The microsatellites will be carried to the ISS by the H-IIB Vehicle No. 7, which is scheduled for launch from the Tanegashima Space Center in Kagoshima Prefecture on Sept. 11, alongside other small satellites. While an experiment to extend a cable in space has been conducted before, it will be the first test to move a container on a cable in outer space. If the experiment proves successful, it will serve as a step forward toward realizing cosmic elevators.
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Japan Is Go for Monday Cargo Launch to Station

Mark Garcia
Posted Sep 7, 2018 at 12:30 pm

The Japanese HTV-6 cargo vehicle is seen during final approach to the International Space Station on Dec. 13, 2016.

Japan’s seventh cargo mission (HTV-7) to the International Space Stationis in the final stages of preparation for launch on Monday at 7:32 p.m. EDT. Mission controllers are monitoring the weather at the Tanegashima Space Center launch site while the Expedition 56 crew is preparing for its arrival early Friday.
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К какому модулю будут стыковать? Harmony, надир?

JAXA | 宇宙航空研究開発機構

Опубликовано: 6 сент. 2018 г.
Запускай немедленно! Самый большой в мире корабль снабжения «Кунотори» 7, перевозящий грузы на МКС
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mXMcYEp-xVg (1:02)
Ctas пишет:
К какому модулю будут стыковать? Harmony, надир?
Согласно #1543
14 сентября 14:40 / ~18:30 - захват и пристыковка HTV-7 Kounotori-7 к надирному узлу Harmony манипулятором SSRMS
Space to Ground: Batteries Included: 09/07/2018

NASA Johnson

Опубликовано: 7 сент. 2018 г.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l8lGfUV3_ZQ (2:13)
Animation of Canadarm2 catching and unloading the HTV cargo ship

Canadian Space Agency

Опубликовано: 7 сент. 2018 г.

2018-09-07 – Computer animation showing how Canadarm2 will be used to grapple HTV-7 and unload its unpressurized cargo. (Credit: Canadian Space Agency)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ee5KMhCgcho (0:30)
Прогноз погоды на пуск: облачно, дождь, ветер северо-восточный 4-6 м/с, тепло 24-27 °C
柴田孔明‏ @koumeiShibata 13 ч. назад

H-IIBロケット7号機/こうのとり7号機(HTV7)の打ち上げ取材がそろそろ始まるのですが、天気があまりにも良くないです。見学の方は急な変更に備えた方がいいですし、もし予定­通り打ち上げるとしても雨具がいりますね。(2018/09/08現在)http://space.jaxa.jp/tnsc/tn-weather/data/weekly.gif …

Sept. 6, 2018

NASA Television to Air Launch, Capture of Japanese Cargo Ship to Space Station

The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency’s (JAXA) unpiloted H-II Transport Vehicle-6 (HTV-6) makes its final approach to the International Space Station Dec. 13, 2016.
Credits: NASA

A Japanese cargo ship loaded with more than five tons of supplies, water, spare parts and experiments is scheduled to launch to the International Space Station at 6:32 p.m. EDT Monday, Sept. 10 (7:32 a.m. Sept. 11 in Japan). Live coverage of the launch and capture will air on NASA Television and the agency’s website.

The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency’s (JAXA) unpiloted H-II Transport Vehicle-7 (HTV-7) is scheduled to lift off fr om the Tanegashima Space Center in southern Japan nine years to the day after the flight of the first HTV cargo spacecraft. Live coverage will begin at 6 p.m.

HTV-7 will arrive at the space station Friday, Sept. 14. Live coverage of spacecraft rendezvous will begin at 6 a.m. Expedition 56 Commander Drew Feusteland Flight Engineer Serena Auñón-Chancellor of NASA will operate the station’s Canadarm2 robotic arm to capture the spacecraft as it approaches from below. Flight Engineer Alexander Gerst of ESA (European Space Agency) will monitor HTV-7 systems during its approach to the orbiting complex. Capture is scheduled for around 7:40 a.m. After a break, NASA TV coverage will resume at 11 a.m. for spacecraft installation to the space station’s Harmony module by ground controllers operating Canadarm2 remotely.

Named Kounotori, White Stork in Japanese, the unpiloted cargo spacecraft is loaded with six new lithium-ion batteries and adapter plates to replace aging nickel-hydrogen batteries that make up part of the station’s electrical power system. The batteries will be replaced through a series of robotic operations and two spacewalks planned for Sept. 20 and 26.

Also aboard HTV-7 is a small reentry capsule designed by JAXA that will be assembled by the station crew prior to HTV-7’s departure this fall. The cone-shaped capsule, measuring 2 feet high and 2.7 feet wide, is an experimental technology demonstration designed to test JAXA’s ability to return small Japanese science payloads from the station for expedited delivery to researchers. Following HTV-7’s departure from the station and several deorbit maneuvers, the capsule will be ejected from the spacecraft’s hatch for a parachute-assisted splashdown off the coast of Japan, wh ere a JAXA ship will recover it.

Additional experiments and equipment in HTV-7 include a new sample holder for the Electrostatic Levitation Furnace (JAXA-ELF), a protein crystal growth experiment at low temperatures (JAXA LT PCG), an investigation that looks at the effect of microgravity on bone marrow (MARROW), a Life Sciences Glovebox, and additional EXPRESS Racks.

HTV-7 will reenter Earth’s atmosphere after its deorbit maneuvers to burn up harmlessly over the South Pacific Ocean this fall.

Last Updated: Sept. 6, 2018
Editor: Karen Northon
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