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Dragon SpX-13 (CRS-13) – Falcon 9 – Canaveral SLC-40 – декабрь 2017

Возможно для F9 будет использована летавшая ранее 1-я ступень.
Total and Spectral Solar Irradiance Sensor (TSIS-1)

The Total and Spectral Solar Irradiance Sensor (TSIS-1), first sel ected in 1998 for the National Polar-orbiting Operational Environmental Satellite System (NPOESS), re-manifested in 2010 on the NOAA-NASA Joint Polar Satellite System (JPSS), then the NOAA Polar Free Flyer, is now scheduled to launch to the International Space Station in November 2017.

TSIS-1 will acquire measurements of total and spectral solar irradiance (TSI and SSI, respectively). TSI is required for establishing Earth’s total energy input while SSI is needed to understand how the atmosphere responds to changes in the sun’s output. Solar irradiance is one of the longest and most fundamental of all climate data records derived from space-based observations.

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che wi пишет:
Возможно для F9 будет использована летавшая ранее 1-я ступень.

According to information recently obtained by NASASpaceflight.com and available on L2, NASA has completed a technical review for reuse with successful results limited to the second flight of a booster that flew a LEO mission.
SpaceX adds mystery “Zuma” mission, Iridium-4 aims for Vandenberg landing
October 16, 2017 by Chris Gebhardt

In what has already been a busy year for SpaceX, the commercial launch provider is adding one more mission to its jammed-packed end-of-year schedule. A mysterious mission codenamed “Zuma” will launch No Earlier Than 10 November 2017 from LC-39A at the Kennedy Space Center. Meanwhile, CRS-13 is slipping at least one week per the Station’s schedule, and the Iridium NEXT-4 mission from Vandenberg has received permission to debut RTLS landing of the Falcon 9 booster back at SLC-4W.
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Apollo13 пишет:
While the exact booster is not yet known, there is significant potential that Iridium NEXT-4 will use the Iridium NEXT-2 booster, which would make Iridium the first company to reuse the same booster for two of its missions.
Iridium NEXT-2 launched on 25 June 2017. Its first stage, core B1036, then successfully executed a landing on the ASDS (Autonomous Spaceport Drone Ship) Just Read The Instructions.
Маск наверняка захочет для CRS-13 использовать ступень Блок III.
Если В1036 ушла на Ирридиумы-4, то из Блок III остаётся B1038 от FormSat-5 и В1035 от CRS-11.
Думаю, полетит последний вариант.

If NASA approves such use for CRS missions in time for CRS-13’s flow, it has been confirmed by sources that the CRS-11 booster (B1035) will again be used to launch Dragon to the ISS.
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Oct. 26, 2017

NASA Invites Media to Upcoming Space Station Cargo Launch

The Canadarm2 robotic arm grapples the SpaceX Dragon Commercial Resupply Services-6 cargo spacecraft before attaching it to the International Space Station. NASA is targeting no earlier than December for the company’s 13th cargo mission to the space station, using the refurbished Dragon capsule from the CRS-6 mission.
Credits: NASA/Terry Virts

Media accreditation is open for launch of the next SpaceX commercial cargo resupply services mission to the International Space Station, currently targeted for no earlier than December.

The uncrewed Dragon cargo spacecraft, which was flown on SpaceX’s sixth commercial resupply mission to station for NASA, will launch on a Falcon 9 rocket. The launch will be the first this year from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station (CCAFS) in Florida.
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Last Updated: Oct. 26, 2017
Editor: Sean Potter

According to L2 coverage of extensive reviews, NASA has now cleared SpaceX to begin using flight-proven Falcon 9 vehicles to launch Dragon: CRS-13 will be the first mission to launch since this was confirmed, and will re-use the first stage of the rocket that carried CRS-11 to orbit earlier this year.

Chris B - NSF‏ @NASASpaceflight 46 сек. назад

A quick note to say NASA PAO remain in the stance of "not official" on the Falcon 9 reuse for CRS. We're confident they've approved it, but until Gerst says it, or there's a NASA media release.... Those are the rules, so noting it.
Nov. 1, 2017

Experience the Launch of the SpaceX CRS-13 Mission

Social media users are invited to register to attend the launch of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying the Dragon spacecraft from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station (CCAFS) in Florida. This launch, currently targeted for no earlier than December, will be the next commercial cargo resupply services mission to the International Space Station.
хм, если ступени теперь flight proven, то как назвать комплекс, который пережил взрыв? caboom proven?
Так он его не пережил...
silentpom пишет:
то как назвать комплекс, который пережил взрыв? caboom proven?
fucked up launch complex
Stephen Clark‏ @StephenClark1 7 мин. назад

NASA’s Dan Hartman: “Chances are” we’ll agree with SpaceX to fly reused Falcon 9 booster on CRS-13 cargo flight to station in December. Still awaiting final readiness review and assessments.
б/у-шный Дракон, б/у-шная ступень.
.... и б/у-шная площадка   :)  

Liftoff currently scheduled for:

December 4th 2017, 14:52 EST / 19:52 UTC


D1-15 [C108.2]


Falcon 9 v1.2 (46th launch of F9, 26th of F9 v1.2)



Previous flights of this core:

1 [CRS-11]

Previous flights of this Dragon capsule:

1 [CRS-6]

Launch site:

Space Launch Complex 40, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida

Landing Site:

- Было ли какое-либо сомнение, что NASA пойдет с проверенным ядром для этого?
- Не было никаких сомнений в том, что НАСА в конечном итоге перейдет к ним, вопрос в том, будут ли документы оформлены вовремя для этого конкретного запуска.
- Ну, технически он до сих пор не был официально подтвержден НАСА, но, согласно NSF, это в значительной степени сделано.
Chris B - NSF‏ @NASASpaceflight 59 мин. назад

And there's NASA confirming the December 4 target for CRS-13. SLC-40 returns to action with the NET November 29 Static Fire. Brand new TEL will debut.
Anna Heiney
Posted on November 20, 2017

SpaceX CRS-13 Launch Targeted No Earlier Than Dec. 4

NASA commercial cargo provider SpaceX is targeting its 13th commercial resupply services mission to the International Space Station for no earlier than 2:53 p.m. EST Monday, Dec. 4. The Dragon spacecraft will spend about a month attached to the space station.
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