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Когда твою идею с батутом украл какой-то Алан Маск
Россия больше чем Плутон.
 
Не о РН, но о Маске:
https://vz.ru/opinions/2018/7/13/932352.html
 
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Виктор Левашов пишет:
Не о РН, но о Маске:
https://vz.ru/opinions/2018/7/13/932352.html
Это в черной дыре обсуждается.
The trajectory is temporarily deviated. Skybot not to blame.
 
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Виктор Левашов пишет:
Не о РН, но о Маске:
А вообще спасибо, прочитал рассказы, хоть и оффтоп  :)
Земля не может, не может не вращаться,
А мур не может, не может не мурчать!
 
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Виктор Левашов пишет:
Не о РН, но о Маске:
https://vz.ru/opinions/2018/7/13/932352.html
Опасная грань заключается в том, что Маск предложил спасать детей "не по инструкциям тайского МЧС". Мне в детстве попалась книга "катастрофы в морских глубинах", так вот, там была такая мысль, что если спасаешь подводников из затонувшей ПЛ по инструкции и не спас, то все нормально - "она утонула" (С), а если не по инструкции действовал и не спас, то именно в этом и была причина не удачи.
https://flot.com/publications/books/shelf/narusbaev/

Маск - новатор, он не привык действовать "по инструкции" и это вопреки всему приводило его к успеху, между делом разрывая шаблоны у бюрократов всех уровней, блюстители инструкций не приминули воспользоваться случаем уязвить Маска за нарушение инструкций в очередной раз.
Изменено: KBOB - 15.07.2018 05:37:18
Россия больше чем Плутон.
 
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KBOB пишет:
Мне в детстве попалась книга "катастрофы в морских глубинах", так вот, там была такая мысль, что если спасаешь подводников из затонувшей ПЛ по инструкции и не спас, то все нормально - "она утонула" (С), а если не по инструкции действовал и не спас, то именно в этом и была причина не удачи.
Это подход любых ТБ-шников вообще. Если что-то сделано не по инструкции - значит причина инцидента именно в этом... Я помню читал информационное сообщение по ТБ на работе, где утверждалось что причина падения помбура с мостков - в том, что на его работы не был выписан наряд - допуск... Хотя вообще-то на то, чем там помбур занимался (трубы откатывал) - сроду никаких наряд-допусков не требовалось...
И мы пошли за так, на четвертак, за ради бога
В обход и напролом и просто пылью по лучу...
 
Конструкция нового батута на Мр.Стивен чем-то очень напоминает "ножки" для приземления у первой ступени Фалкон-9
 
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Pauline Acalin‏ @w00ki33 4 ч. назад

Looking more and more ready for Iridium-7 fairing recovery this month! #mrsteven #spacex

 
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Max Andriyahov пишет:
Конструкция нового батута на Мр.Стивен чем-то очень напоминает "ножки" для приземления у первой ступени Фалкон-9
Ага. У меня даже мелькнула мысль - не из них ли сделано?
И мы пошли за так, на четвертак, за ради бога
В обход и напролом и просто пылью по лучу...
 
https://www.teslarati.com/spacex-mr-steven-spotted-sea-trialing-net-fairing-catch-debut/
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SpaceX’s Mr Steven spotted in high-speed test at sea with upgraded net

By Eric Ralph
Posted on July 17, 2018


SpaceX’s newly-outfitted recovery vessel Mr Steven was recently captured conducting aggressive maneuvers off the coast of Port of Los Angeles, just days after the vessel’s massive new arms and net were installed for the first time. The intense pace of upgrades and acceptance testing confirm beyond any reasonable doubt that SpaceX does not intend to waste its next Falcon 9 fairing recovery attempt, set to accompany the July 25th launch of Iridium-7.
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Alex_II пишет:
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Max Andriyahov пишет:
Конструкция нового батута на Мр.Стивен чем-то очень напоминает "ножки" для приземления у первой ступени Фалкон-9
Ага. У меня даже мелькнула мысль - не из них ли сделано?
По фотографиям трудно оценить масштаб. На самом деле размер сети примерно такой же, как размер корабля-дрона, на который садится первая ступень.
The trajectory is temporarily deviated. Skybot not to blame.
 
 
https://www.teslarati.com/spacex-falcon-9-largest-commercial-satellite-launch/
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SpaceX delivers largest commercial satellite in kick off of Falcon 9 marathon

By Eric Ralph
Posted on July 22, 2018


SpaceX has successfully completed its 13th launch of 2018, kicking off a marathon of three new Falcon 9 Block 5 booster debuts with the launch of the Telstar 19V communications satellite, potentially breaking the record for the largest commercial satellite ever launched at 7000 kg (15,500 lb).

Despite the heft of its payload and partially thanks to a slightly lower parking orbit for the satellite, Falcon 9 booster B1047 – the second Block 5 booster to roll off the assembly line – managed to successfully land aboard the autonomous spaceport drone ship (ASDS) Of Course I Still Love You (OCISLY), stationed approximately 650 km (400 mi) off the Florida coast at launch time.
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ROCKET TRIALS

Now more than two months after the first Block 5 booster’s – B1046 – debut in May 2018, the software engineer hosting SpaceX’s Telstar 19V webcast was likely speaking more from a place of experience than of hope. Per CEO Elon Musk’s press call just prior to Block 5’s debut, he noted that SpaceX intended to conduct an extensive analysis of that pathfinder booster, including significant disassembly and perhaps some limited destructive testing of certain critical or high-risk components. Musk didn’t expect B1046 to fly for at least another “couple of months”.

This is critical because SpaceX’s manifest over the next several weeks is fairly aggressive – Iridium-7 is scheduled to lift off from Vandenberg, CA three days from today (July 25th), the next Florida launch is aiming for a static fire next weekend and a launch NET 1:19 am EDT August 2, and the second imminent Florida mission is penciled in for launch NET 11:35 pm EDT August 17. Those rapid-fire Florida launches will push both SpaceX’s pad and drone ship turnaround capabilities to their limits, requiring almost non-stop work to ensure both are available for the next mission in two weeks or less.
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Not to be (at least relatively) one-upped, SpaceX’s Vandenberg launch pad – known as SLC-4E – is scheduled to push its own turnaround limits by flying two missions in roughly 40 days, just shy of the current SpaceX record of 36 days between launches. Perhaps more excitingly, that September 4 SAOCOM 1A mission looks like a prime candidate for the debut of SpaceX’s yet-unused Californian landing zone, barely spitting distance from the SLC-4E launch pad.

Still, the question remains: what boosters are going to launch these four missions?
  • B1051 is not believed to have left the Hawthorne, CA factory yet, and has been stated by NASA to be reserved for the first uncrewed Crew Dragon mission (DM-1), unlikely to occur before Q4 2018.

  • B1050 is currently on-stand in McGregor, TX and is likely to be shipped to a launch pad within a week or two.

  • B1049 was almost certainly shipped to Florida to support either of the two upcoming August launches.

  • B1048 will launch Iridium-7 on July 25, land on Just Read The Instructions, and likely remain in California for future VAFB missions.

  • B1047 just successfully launched Telstar 19V (July 22) and will be brought back to Port Canaveral over the next several days before heading to one of SpaceX’s Florida refurbishment facilities, presumably to prepare for an imminent future launch.

  • B1046 is likely disassembled in Hawthorne, CA, unable to support a launch for another few weeks – perhaps it’s nearly ready, however
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Put simply, it seems almost impossible for SpaceX to accomplish its ambitious manifest over the next 4-6 weeks without reusing a freshly-recovered Falcon 9 Block 5 booster. B1046 is a possibility, as is B1047 or B1048, although the latter two options would smash SpaceX’s previous record for Falcon booster turnaround (~70 days) by more than half, requiring in a return to shore, refurbishment or nondestructive analysis, and preparation for a static fire in as few as ~14-21 days.

Regardless, B1047’s successful Telstar 19V launch and landing have kicked off what is bound to be an extremely exciting period for SpaceX and its aspirations of highly-reusable rocketry.
 
https://www.teslarati.com/how-spacex-catches-fairing-mr-steven-net/
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SpaceX will use a parasail guidance system to land Falcon 9’s fairing into a huge net

By Eric Ralph
Posted on July 24, 2018


SpaceX recovery vessel Mr Steven officially departed Port of Los Angeles on the evening of July 23 and is speeding towards its first Falcon 9 fairing recovery attempt since a major series of refits and upgrades. With massive new arms and usable net area increased fourfold, chances are better than they’ve ever been for the iconic clawboat to at last snag its first true ‘catch’ of a parasailing payload fairing.

Set to be stationed roughly 900 km (600 mi) southwest of the California coast, Mr Steven’s vast new net should dramatically even the playing field, cutting the effective error margin for each fairing catch attempt by as much as 60% on its own. An extra ~30 meters of net both length and width-wise would functionally act as a cushion for the ~50-meter accuracy the fairings have demonstrated thus far (i.e. halves missed Mr Steven’s smaller, original net by 50 m).

Still, the question remains for many people: how exactly does Mr Steven ‘catch’ a clamshell fairing half, and how does that fairing half find its way to Mr Steven?


SpaceX’s fairing catcher Mr Steven prepares to debut his new net and arms to catch a Falcon 9 payload fairing, NET July 25. (Pauline Acalin)

A PARASAIL AND A PRAYER
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John Kraus‏ @johnkrausphotos 2 мин. назад

Falcon 9 B1047 is visible on the horizon! SpaceX's "Of Course I Still Love You Droneship" is arriving back at Port Canaveral on the east coast as SpaceX prepares to launch another Falcon 9 and Iridium-7 on the west coast.

 
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John Kraus‏ @johnkrausphotos 1 мин. назад

Falcon 9 B1047 and OCISLY are still a decent bit offshore. Based off this heavily-cropped telephoto image, it looks like the "Octograbber" may have been utilized for Telstar 19V.


 
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SpaceX Fleet Updates‏ @SpaceXFleet 8 мин. назад

CONFIRMED: Octograbber was deployed to secure the booster to OCISLY.
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The Aerospace Geek‏ @ThAerospaceGeek 8 мин. назад

Block 5s sure are beautiful.
@SpaceXFleet #SpaceX #SpaceXFleet

 
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Stephen Marr‏ @spacecoast_stve 32 мин. назад

@SpaceXFleet Welcome home, OCISLY!


 
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Julia‏ @julia_bergeron 31 мин. назад

Time for the Telstar Block 5 to be capped. #SpaceX #PortCanaveral

 
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The Aerospace Geek‏ @ThAerospaceGeek 19 мин. назад

Lift is happening NOW.
@SpaceXFleet @NASASpaceflight #SpaceXFleet #SpaceX

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