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Dragon SpX-17 (CRS-17), OCO-3, STP-H6 - Falcon 9-071 (B1056.1) - CCAFS SLC-40 - NET 25.04.2019, 10:20 UTC
 
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NASA‏Подлинная учетная запись @NASA 20 мин. назад

We’re opening our doors for social media users to come behind the scenes for the next @SpaceX cargo launch to the International @Space_Station, currently targeted for late April. Apply to attend this #NASASocial event at @NASAKennedy in Florida: https://go.nasa.gov/2FogkGD


Chris B - NSF‏ @NASASpaceflight 15 мин. назад

This one is Range Approved (but still NET, as always) for April 25 (early morning T-0)


Chris G - NSF‏ @ChrisG_NSF 8 мин. назад

Per @NASASpaceflight’s last tweet about #CRS17 #Dragon confirmed on the Range for 25 April, launch that morning would be at 06:20 EDT (1020 UTC). A pre-dawn launch from the Cape. #SpaceX #NASASocial #NASA
 
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NASA’s OCO-3: A New View of Carbon (mission overview)

NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Опубликовано: 2 апр. 2019 г.

NASA’s OCO-3 mission is ready for launch to the International Space Station. This follow-on to OCO-2 brings new techniques and new technologies to carbon dioxide observations of Earth from space.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7GMjU5pSufk
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https://blogs.nasa.gov/spacex/2019/04/09/spacex-crs-17-targets-april-26-launch/
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SpaceX CRS-17 Targets April 26 Launch

Anna Heiney
Posted Apr 9, 2019 at 4:38 pm



A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket lifts off from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida on April 2, 2018, carrying the SpaceX Dragon resupply spacecraft on the company’s 14th Commercial Resupply Services contract mission to the International Space Station. Photo credit: NASA/Tony Gray, Tim Powers, Tim Terry

A SpaceX Dragon cargo spacecraft is scheduled to launch at 5:55 a.m. EDT on Friday, April 26, on a Falcon 9 rocket from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. This will be SpaceX’s 17th Commercial Resupply Services contract mission to the International Space Station for NASA.

Launch on April 26 results in an arrival at the space station for a robotic capture by Expedition 59 crew members David Saint-Jacques of the Canadian Space Agency and Nick Hague of NASA on Sunday, April 28, at 7 a.m. EDT for a month-long stay.
 
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NASA's OCO-3: Watching Plants Grow and Glow

NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Опубликовано: 9 апр. 2019 г.

OCO-3 will be mounted on the International Space Station where it will measure both atmospheric carbon and plant activity from orbit. During photosynthesis, plants absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and emit a small amount of light. Measuring this "solar-induced fluorescence" will help scientists better understand the role plants have in removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_x-VzdEeq0c
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https://blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/2019/04/10/crew-trains-to-capture-u-s-spaceship-and-studies-the-brain-and-breathing/
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Crew Trains to Capture U.S. Spaceship and Studies the Brain and Breathing

Mark Garcia
Posted Apr 10, 2019 at 3:40 pm


The Expedition 59 crew is now training to capture a U.S. cargo ship when it arrives at the International Space Station next week. ...
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SpaceX has announced April 26 as the launch date for its next Dragon cargo mission. The private space freighter will blast off from Cape Canaveral in Florida arriving at the station April 28. This time Saint-Jacques will lead the robotics capture activities while Hague backs him up.
 
26 апреля к МКС отправится грузовой корабль Dragon c миссией снабжения CRS-17. Предполагается, что для запуска будет использоваться новая первая ступень Falcon 9 B1056

Помимо грузов для экипажа и оборудования для исследований и экспериментов, Dragon доставит на станцию в своём негерметичном отсеке два прибора.

Космическая углеродная обсерватория - 3 (Orbiting Carbon Observatory/OCO-3) и Space Test Program-Houston-6 (STP-H6) уже установлены в негерметичном отсеке корабля Dragon в космическом центре Кеннеди во Флориде 23 марта 2019 года.

STP-H6 - это исследование рентгеновской связи, которое будет использоваться для демонстрации в космосе новой технологии генерации пучков модулированных рентгеновских лучей. Эта технология может быть полезна для обеспечения эффективной связи с исследовательскими зондами дальнего космоса или для связи с гиперзвуковыми транспортными средствами, где плазменные оболочки во время их движения препятствуют традиционной радиосвязи.

OCO-3 будет установлен на внешней стороне японского экспериментального модуля космической станции, где он будет измерять и наносить на карту количество двуокиси углерода, поступающей из космоса, чтобы обеспечить более глубокое понимание взаимосвязи между углеродом и климатом.

Запуск миссии CRS-17 планируется со стартовой площадки SLC-40 базы ВВС на мысе Канаверал.


 
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Highlights of Science Launching on SpaceX CRS-17

NASA Johnson

Опубликовано: 18 апр. 2019 г.

A SpaceX Dragon cargo spacecraft scheduled to launch in late April takes supplies and a variety of scientific experiments to the International Space Station. Lifted into orbit by a Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, the craft represents the 17th SpaceX Commercial Resupply Services contract mission for NASA.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XI9bgWEwv8c
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https://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/station/research/news/spx17-research
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April 18, 2019

Dragon’s 17th Flight Carries Science to the Space Station

Dragon’s 17th Flight Carries Science to the Space Station

A SpaceX Dragon cargo spacecraft scheduled to launch in late April takes supplies and a variety of scientific experiments to the International Space Station. Lifted into orbit by a Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, the craft represents the 17th SpaceX Commercial Resupply Services contract mission for NASA.

Read more about some of the scientific investigations traveling to the space station on this launch.

Measuring atmospheric CO2 from space
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Putting microalgae on the menu
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Organs on Chips advance human health research
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Multi-use microgravity experiment platform
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Watching cells make DNA repairs
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Last Updated: April 18, 2019
Editor: Michael Johnson
 
https://blogs.nasa.gov/spacex/2019/04/19/spacex-crs-17-launch-now-scheduled-for-april-30/
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SpaceX CRS-17 Launch Now Scheduled for April 30

Sarah Loff
Posted Apr 19, 2019 at 10:35 am


A SpaceX Dragon cargo spacecraft is now scheduled to launch at 4:22 a.m. EDT on Tuesday, April 30, on a Falcon 9 rocket from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. This will be SpaceX’s 17th Commercial Resupply Services contract mission to the International Space Station for NASA.


A SpaceX Dragon cargo craft is pictured attached to the International Space Station’s Harmony module. Credit: NASA

SpaceX will take advantage of the additional time to perform a static fire test and pre-flight checkouts. Falcon 9 and Dragon are on track to be flight ready for an earlier launch attempt, however, April 30 is the most viable date for both NASA and SpaceX due to station and orbital mechanics constraints.

NASA will host a media teleconference at 11 a.m. Monday, April 22, to discuss sel ect science investigations the Dragon will deliver to the astronauts living and working aboard the orbiting laboratory. NASA will stream audio fr om the discussion at http://www.nasa.gov/live.
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https://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/nasatv/schedule.html
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NASA Television Upcoming Events
Watch NASA TV

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April 25, Thursday
9:30 a.m. – SpaceX CRS-17 What’s On Board Briefing (All Channels)
1 p.m. – SpaceX CRS-17 Pre-Launch News Conference (All Channels)
April 30, Tuesday
3:45 a.m. – Coverage of the Launch of the SpaceX CRS-17 Dragon Cargo Craft Mission to the International Space Station; launch is scheduled at 4:22 a.m. ET (All Channels)
5:30 a.m. – SpaceX CRS-17 Post-Launch News Conference (time subject to change) (All Channels)

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May 2, Thursday
5:30 a.m. – Coverage of the rendezvous and capture of the SpaceX CRS-17 Dragon cargo craft at the International Space Station; capture scheduled at 7 a.m. ET (All Channels)
9 a.m. – Coverage of the installation of the SpaceX CRS-17 Dragon cargo craft to the International Space Station (All Channels)
UTC = (EDT + 4h) MOD 24
 
https://ria.ru/20190419/1552864981.html
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Запуск грузового корабля Dragon к МКС перенесли на 30 апреля
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МОСКВА, 19 апр - РИА Новости. Запуск американского корабля Dragon с грузами для экипажа Международной космической станции состоится 30 апреля, сообщило в пятницу НАСА.

Ранее НАСА сообщало, что старт планируется на 26 апреля.

На сайте НАСА отмечается, что запуск Dragon состоится 30 апреля в 11:22 мск.

В качестве причины отсрочки старта названо то, что дата 30 апреля наиболее подходящая по баллистическим условиям.
 
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Jeff Foust‏ @jeff_foust 13 мин. назад

At a beginning of a media telecon on the science flying on the next Dragon cargo mission, NASA says the mission is still scheduled for launch April 30, the date reported last week week prior to this weekend’s Crew Dragon incident.
 
https://blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/2019/04/22/new-life-science-begins-next-dragon-cargo-mission-due-next-week/
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New Life Science Begins; Next Dragon Cargo Mission Due Next Week

Mark Garcia
Posted Apr 22, 2019 at 12:47 pm


... The 17th SpaceX Dragon mission is now due to launch next week to replenish the International Space Station.
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The SpaceX Dragon cargo craft is due to join the five other spacecraft parked at the station after it launches from Florida April 30. Dragon is scheduled to arrive May 2 and Saint-Jacques will command the Canadarm2 robotic arm to reach out and capture the cargo vessel. Dragon will deliver over 5,000 pounds of new science, supplies and hardware to the orbital lab.
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Emre Kelly‏Подлинная учетная запись @EmreKelly 4 мин. назад

Both NASA and the 45th Space Wing have confirmed #SpaceX is still targeting April 30 to launch a *cargo* Dragon from CCAFS. NASA put heavy emphasis on "as of today," so it could change depending on investigation into Crew Dragon or other factors. Targeted for 0422 ET (0822 UTC).

 
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Emulate Tissue Chip Research on the International Space Station

Center for the Advancement of Science In Space (CASIS)

Опубликовано: 22 апр. 2019 г.

Emulate is an innovative and emerging biotechnology company sending a tissue chip investigation to the International Space Station U.S. National Laboratory. Learn about tissue chip technology, and how the microgravity environment of the space station can influence science to benefit patient care on Earth.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I5i9WCHbkz0
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M.I.T. Osteoarthritis Tissue Chips to the International Space Station

Center for the Advancement of Science In Space (CASIS)

Опубликовано: 22 апр. 2019 г.

There are no disease-modifying drugs for any type of osteoarthritis on Earth other than painkillers, which do not halt the progression of disease. These investigations on the ISS National Lab, which involve human tissue explants of cartilage, bone and synovial tissue, have the potential to lead to the discovery of treatments and treatment regimens that, if administered immediately after a joint injury, may halt the progression of the disease before it becomes irreversible. The goal of this research is to treat the root cause of post-traumatic osteoarthritis disease and prevent permanent joint damage, rather than mask the symptoms with painkillers later in life, as is currently done.
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ISS National Lab Research Overview, SpaceX CRS-17

Center for the Advancement of Science In Space (CASIS)

Опубликовано: 22 апр. 2019 г.

The International Space Station U.S. National Laboratory is sponsoring an array of research projects that will launch onboard SpaceX’s Dragon spacecraft. This mission includes biotechnology, plant biology, pharmaceutical drug delivery research, and more. To learn more about this science on SpaceX’s 17th resupply mission to the space station, check out the ISS National Lab research video!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gZD-e_PrJuQ
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Michael Baylor‏ @nextspaceflight 3 ч. назад

#SpaceX may move the first stage recovery for #CRS17 to a droneship according to FCC filings. This comes after Landing Zone 1 was contaminated with toxic hypergolic during the Crew Dragon anomaly this weekend.

Map of the potential droneship location:




3 ч. назад

Note that this filing is pending FCC approval. Let's see if this gets processed in time!
 
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Emre Kelly‏Подлинная учетная запись @EmreKelly 1 ч. назад

Confirmed: #SpaceX will likely attempt to land Falcon 9 booster on OCISLY drone ship after next week's (April 30) CRS-17 launch from Cape Canaveral. This will help preserve valuable information during investigation into Crew Dragon incident.
 
https://spaceflightnow.com/2019/04/23/spacex-likely-to-move-next-rocket-landing-to-drone-ship/
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SpaceX likely to move next rocket landing to drone ship
April 23, 2019 | Stephen Clark


File photo of a Falcon 9 booster landing on SpaceX’s drone ship “Of Course I Still Love You” in the Atlantic Ocean following a launch in November 2018. Credit: SpaceX

SpaceX is likely to land the first stage of the Falcon 9 rocket set for launch April 30 on a drone ship just off the coast of Cape Canaveral, not at the company’s onshore recovery site as originally planned, after a ground test of the company’s Crew Dragon capsule at the landing pad ended in an explosion Saturday.

Workers were examining wreckage fr om the Crew Dragon spacecraft at Landing Zone 1, the site wh ere Falcon 9 boosters return to Cape Canaveral, prompting the company to apply for authority from the Federal Communications Commission to land the first stage on next week’s mission on SpaceX’s drone ship in the Atlantic Ocean.

SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket, featuring a brand new first stage, is set for liftoff at 4:22 a.m. EDT (0822 GMT) April 30 from Cape Canaveral’s Complex 40 launch pad. The launcher will carry into orbit a Dragon cargo capsule packed with several tons of supplies and experiments heading for the International Space Station.

Industry officials confirmed Tuesday that SpaceX will likely attempt a drone ship landing on next week’s mission to “ensure the integrity” of the Landing Zone 1 area and “preserve valuable information” in the aftermath of Saturday’s Crew Dragon test mishap.

According a SpaceX license application dated Monday, the drone ship will be positioned roughly 17 miles (28 kilometers) southeast of pad 40, or due east of the easternmost point of Cape Canaveral. Weather permitting, the rocket’s predawn return to Earth should be visible from land.

The landing will allow SpaceX to refurbish and re-fly the booster on a future mission. Falcon 9 launches with Dragon cargo freighters carry sufficient fuel reserves for the first stage to reverse course and return to Cape Canaveral, rather than land on SpaceX’s drone ship.


Information in SpaceX’s new license application to the Federal Communications Commission suggests the Falcon 9 rocket’s first stage will likely target a landing aboard the company’s drone ship in the Atlantic Ocean a few minutes after liftoff April 30 on a space station resupply mission. Credit: Google Maps/Spaceflight Now

A NASA spokesperson said, as of Monday, that the Dragon cargo mission remained scheduled for launch April 30. It will be SpaceX’s 17th resupply mission to the station since 2012 under a NASA contract valued at more than $3 billion.

A hold-down firing of the Falcon 9’s Merlin main engines at pad 40 is scheduled for Thursday.

SpaceX and NASA officials in the coming days are expected to review any potential impacts on the resupply mission stemming from the investigation into the Crew Dragon test accident.
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