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Crew Dragon In-Flight Abort Test - Falcon 9 - KSC LC-39A - NET 18.01.2020
 
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cross-track написал:
НАСА скоро даст Маску задание выполнить «То-Чаво-На-Белом-Свете-Вообче-Не-Может-Быть»!)
Ну, зачем же так? НАСА это ведь не какой-нибудь там батут. Ему дадут вполне четкое задание - выполнить полностью успешный полет корабля "Старлайнер". Как уж он там будет договариваться с Боингом - это не проблема НАСА. Но ведь вывернется, он же как Штирлиц из анекдотов.
 
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Извиняюсь за невежество - а инфлайт аборт тесты Ориона и Старлайнера были когда и на чём?    

у Ориона был относительно недавно, на спецракете.
У Старлайнера не будет, ибо и не заявляли.  
 
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zighem написал:
у Ориона был относительно недавно, на спецракете.
На МБР Peacekeeper, вроде бы.
 
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Извиняюсь за невежество - а инфлайт аборт тесты Ориона и Старлайнера были когда и на чём?
По Ориону - Ascent abort test 02.07.2019 с Мыса. Если не лень, то (без предисловий и танцев) см фото- и видеоматериалы на стр.160 - 162, ещё одно видео здесь.

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Paleopulo написал:
На МБР Peacekeeper, вроде бы.
Использовалась ступень от Миротворца (см стр 159)
 
https://www.nasa.gov/press-release/nasa-to-provide-coverage-of-spacex-crew-dragon-launch-escape-test
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Jan. 14, 2020
MEDIA ADVISORY M20-006

NASA to Provide Coverage of SpaceX Crew Dragon Launch Escape Test

NASA will provide coverage of the upcoming prelaunch and launch activities for the SpaceX Crew Dragon launch escape demonstration, as part of the agency’s Commercial Crew Program, which is working with U.S. companies to launch American astronauts on American rockets and spacecraft from American soil.

NASA and SpaceX are targeting 8 a.m. EST Saturday, Jan. 18, for launch of the company’s In-Flight Abort Test, which will demonstrate Crew Dragon’s ability to safely escape the Falcon 9 rocket in the event of a failure during launch. The abort test has a four-hour launch window.

The test launch, as well as other activities leading up to the test, will air on NASA Television and the agency’s website.

The SpaceX Crew Dragon will launch from historic Launch Complex 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. SpaceX will intentionally trigger Crew Dragon to perform the launch escape prior to 1 minute, 30 seconds into flight. Falcon 9 is expected to aerodynamically break up offshore over the Atlantic Ocean. The spacecraft is planned to land under parachutes offshore in the ocean.

Full coverage is as follows. All times are EST:

Friday, Jan. 17
  • 1 p.m. – Pre-test briefing at Kennedy, with the following representatives:
    • Kathy Lueders, manager, NASA Commercial Crew Program
    • Benji Reed, director, Crew Mission Management, SpaceX
    • Mike McAleenan, launch weather officer, 45th Weather Squadron

Saturday, Jan. 18
  • 7:45 a.m. – NASA TV test coverage begins for the 8 a.m. liftoff
  • 9:30 a.m. – Post-test news conference at Kennedy, with the following representatives:
    • Jim Bridenstine, administrator, NASA
    • SpaceX representative
    • Kathy Lueders, manager, NASA Commercial Crew Program
    • Victor Glover, astronaut, NASA Commercial Crew Program
    • Mike Hopkins, astronaut, NASA Commercial Crew Program

The goal of NASA’s Commercial Crew Program is safe, reliable and cost-effective transportation to and from the International Space Station, which could allow for additional research time and increase the opportunity for discovery aboard humanity’s orbiting testbed for exploration.

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Last Updated: Jan. 14, 2020
Editor: Katherine Brown
 
Вторая ступень у флакона - муляж?
 
https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/01/14/spacexs-brisk-starlink-launch-cadence-to-continue-next-week/
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SpaceX’s brisk Starlink launch cadence to continue next week
January 14, 2020 | Stephen Clark

SpaceX plans to launch its next group of Starlink broadband satellites aboard a Falcon 9 rocket as soon as Monday, Jan. 20, from Cape Canaveral, two days after the company is scheduled to launch a modified Falcon 9 booster from a separate facility at the Florida spaceport to test the Crew Dragon spaceship’s emergency escape system.

SpaceX’s ability to achieve back-to-back launch schedule hinges on several factors, including an expected test-firing in the coming days of the Falcon 9 booster slated to fly on the next Starlink launch.

But assuming everything goes according to plan, SpaceX aims to perform launches from two pads on Florida’s Space Coast as soon as Saturday and Monday.

SpaceX has already test-fired the Falcon 9 booster assigned to the Crew Dragon capsule abort test at launch pad 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center.

Technicians inside a hangar near pad 39A are attaching the Crew Dragon spaceship to the Falcon 9 rocket this week, in advance of its return to the launch complex before a countdown rehearsal Friday, during which two NASA astronauts will practice launch day procedures before climbing aboard the next Crew Dragon spaceship for a flight to the International Space Station.

The Falcon 9 is scheduled to lift off from pad 39A — without astronauts on-board — during a four-hour window opening at 8 a.m. EST (1300 GMT) Saturday. About a minute-and-a-half after launch, the first stage’s nine Merlin 1D engines will be programmed to switch off, and SuperDraco thrusters on the Crew Dragon capsule mounted atop the rocket will ignite to propel the human-rated ship away from the Falcon 9.

The maneuver will demonstrate the Crew Dragon’s ability to carry astronauts away from a launch emergency, and builds on a pad abort test in 2015 to simulate the Crew Dragon’s abort system performance during an emergency before liftoff.

SpaceX will recover the Crew Dragon capsule from the Atlantic Ocean after it splashes down under parachutes around 20 miles (32 kilometers) offshore. The Falcon 9 rocket, flying with a previously-used first stage booster, is expected to be destroyed.
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FarEcho написал:
У Старлайнер вроде и не предполагается
Странно... Это чего - у НАСА разные законы для разных подрядчиков?    
При заключении контракта in-flight abort test был опциональным. Безответственный авантюрист Маск сам решил его провести, а в Боинге решили не проводить. Учитывая, как у них прошли pad abort test и orbital flight test, правильно сделали.
Изменено: opinion - 15.01.2020 07:07:00
The trajectory is temporarily deviated. Skybot not to blame.
 
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Nathan Barker‏ @NASA_Nerd 4 мин. назад

In addition to Saturday, Sunday and Monday are available as backup dates if needed for #SpaceX #Falcon9 Crew Dragon #InFlightAbort.  No change to launch window.

 
Прогноз погоды L-3 на 18 января 2020 г.

L-3 Forecast 18 Jan Launch

Пусковой день          (18.01) - 90 % GO
1-й Резервный день (19.01) - 40 %30 % GO
2-й Резервный день (20.01) - 30 %40 % GO
 
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Flight Club‏ @flightclubio 24 ч. назад

SpaceX #IFA flight profile is up! Or at least, what I think it's gonna look like is up. I don't simulate parachute flight.  Dragon immediately separates at MECO and burns at 93% until depletion. Max accel: 4.4Gs Max alt: 40km Landing: 31km downrange  https://www2.flightclub.io/result/2d?code=SIFA …

(0:30)
 
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Max Andriyahov написал:
Вторая ступень у флакона - муляж?
Настоящая и заправленная, за исключением двигателя. Он будет заменен массогабаритным эквивалентом.
 
https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/01/09/falcon-9-crew-dragon-abort-test-preps/
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01/15/2020 23:37 Stephen Clark

The first official weather forecast from the U.S. Space Force's 45th Weather Squadron predicts a 90 percent probability of acceptable conditions for liftoff of SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket and Crew Dragon capsule from Florida's Space Coast Saturday.

The modified Falcon 9 launcher will take off from pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center during a four-hour window opening at 8 a.m. EST (1300 GMT) Saturday.

A SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft on top of the Falcon 9 rocket will intentionally propel itself off the top of the launch vehicle around a minute-and-a-half after liftoff, simulating an in-flight escape maneuver. The abort system test is a prerequisite for the Crew Dragon's first mission with astronauts, a mission expected to lift off some time in the next few months.

Increasing clouds are expected Friday as a frontal boundary stalls south of Central Florida, according to the Space Force weather team stationed at Patrick Air Force Base.

"Winds will become southeasterly on Saturday, forming some shallow coastal showers," the weather team wrote in a forecast issued Wednesday. "The primary weather concern is flight through precipitation with those showers. Maximum winds through 40,000 feet will be from the west at 55 knots near 40,000 feet."

Winds at pad 39A's 200-foot-level will be from the southeast at 17 to 22 mph, with e temperature ranging between 66 degrees and 72 degrees Fahrenheit during Saturday's four-hour launch window.

Forecasters predict scattered clouds at 3,500 feet and a few clouds at 30,000 feet Saturday morning.

If the launch is delayed to Sunday or Monday, weather conditions are expected to worsen, with 60 to 70 percent probabilities of weather prohibiting liftoff of the Falcon 9 rocket.
 
Первая ступень при проведении теста будет потеряна?
 
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ken_park написал:
Первая ступень при проведении теста будет потеряна?
Спасать не предполагается...
 
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ken_park написал:
Первая ступень при проведении теста будет потеряна?
Да ступень ладно...
 
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aaa1 написал:
Да ступень ладно...
Как вам хочется чтоб корабль бахнул! )))

Если бахнет - значит плохой был корабль и не жалко.
 
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aaa1 написал:
Да ступень ладно...
Как вам хочется чтоб корабль бахнул! )))

Если бахнет - значит плохой был корабль и не жалко.
Он не бахнет, он жестко приземлится
Главное не наличие проблем, главное способность их решать.
У каждой ошибки есть Имя и Фамилия
 
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01/16/2020 15:20 Spaceflight Now

The hangar door at launch complex 39A is open as SpaceX prepares for a crucial in-flight abort test scheduled for Saturday.

The Falcon 9 rocket with the Crew Dragon capsule attached is expected to roll to the launch pad today.

 
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01/16/2020 17:41 Spaceflight Now

The Falcon 9 and Crew Dragon capsule are emerging from the hangar at launch complex 39A as the transporter-erector device hauls them toward the pad deck.

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