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Цзилинь-1 Куанфу-01 (吉林一号宽幅01星, Jilin-1 Wideband-01, Jilin-1kf1), ÑuSat-7 (Sophie), ÑuSat-8 (Marie), Тяньци-4 (天启四号, Tianqi-4) - CZ-2D (Y58) - Тайюань (TSLC), LC9 - 15.01.2020, ~02:53 UTC
 
Аргентинские спутники идентифицированы

CSG-1, CHEOPS (CHaracterising ExOPlanet Satellite), ANGELS, +... - Soyuz-ST-B /Fregat-MT (VS23) - Kourou ELS - 17.12.2019, 08:54:20 UTC
 
НОРАД определился со всеми объектами запуска

RISAT-2BR1, + 9 попутчиков (для NSIL) - PSLV-C48 (QL) - Шрихарикота SDSC SHAR, FLP - 11.12.2019, 09:55 UTC
 
Идентифицирована основная ПН запуска



Ещё 4 объекта пока в статусе TBA
Firefly Alpha, Firefly Beta и проч. изделия Firefly Space Systems
 
[QUOTE][URL=https://twitter.com/JBontkeCBS][IMG WIDTH=48 HEIGHT=48]https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/981654734774861826/Mdtspi6V_bigger.jpg[/IMG] [B]Jordan Bontke[/B]‏ @JBontkeCBS[/URL] [URL=https://twitter.com/JBontkeCBS/status/1220186962767859713]6 мин. назад[/URL]

Correction: this is not a launch. Here’s a statement from Firefly:

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Firefly Alpha, Firefly Beta и проч. изделия Firefly Space Systems
 
[QUOTE][URL=https://twitter.com/jackiewattles][IMG WIDTH=48 HEIGHT=48]https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/1056074860626149376/3eRhtyqK_bigger.jpg[/IMG] [B]Jackie Wattles‏[/B] @jackiewattles[/URL] [URL=https://twitter.com/jackiewattles/status/1220171498134147073]1 ч. назад[/URL]

(1/2)   People within a one-mile radius of Firefly were evacuated tonight and a fire was reported at Firefly facilities. Working to find out more. [QUOTE][URL=https://t.co/44Y4WGgWtp]https://twitter.com/Firefly_Space/status/1220118524905119744 …[/URL]
Этот твит недоступен.[/QUOTE]

[URL=https://twitter.com/jackiewattles/status/1220171692686835712]1 ч. назад[/URL]

well, Firefly deleted the tweet, but they earlier said they were conducting a hotfire test.


[URL=https://twitter.com/jackiewattles/status/1220181581559750656]24 мин. назад[/URL]

Local police say a brief fire was contained. Here's a copy of the text message sent to locals. It says: "if you live within one mile of the facility, we are asking that residents evacuate the areas due to an abundance of caution."

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Firefly Alpha, Firefly Beta и проч. изделия Firefly Space Systems
 
[QUOTE][URL=https://twitter.com/JBontkeCBS][IMG WIDTH=48 HEIGHT=48]https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/981654734774861826/Mdtspi6V_bigger.jpg[/IMG] [B]Jordan Bontke[/B]‏ @JBontkeCBS[/URL] [URL=https://twitter.com/JBontkeCBS/status/1220171780226273280]59 мин. назад[/URL]

The Burnet County Sheriff’s Office says [B][COLOR=#ff0000]there was explosion[/COLOR][/B] at the [URL=https://twitter.com/Firefly_Space]@Firefly_Space[/URL] facility in Briggs. Out of an abundance of caution evacuations have started and some roadways are closed. We’re headed there now. [URL=https://twitter.com/cbsaustin]@cbsaustin[/URL]

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[URL=https://twitter.com/JBontkeCBS/status/1220181331281231872]20 мин. назад[/URL]

A Firefly spokesperson told me over the phone they couldn’t comment but did say no one was hurt. Earlier in the day they tweeted about a launch. The tweet has since been taken down.

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Eutelsat Konnect (Eutelsat BB4A), GSAT-30 - Ariane 5 ECA (VA251) - Kourou ELA-3 - 15.01.2020, TBD
 
НОРАД определился с объектами запуска
Starlink v1.0 (x60) flight 3 - Falcon 9 - CCAFS SLC-40 - 20.01.2020, ~17:20 UTC
 
Переобъявлены

[URL=https://www.patrick.af.mil/Portals/14/24%20Jan%2019%20Starlink%20ACA.pdf]Airspace Closure Area[/URL]


[URL=https://www.patrick.af.mil/Portals/14/24%20Jan%2019%20Starlink%20LHA.pdf]Launch Hazard Area[/URL]
Starlink v1.0 (x60) flight 3 - Falcon 9 - CCAFS SLC-40 - 20.01.2020, ~17:20 UTC
 
AEHF-6 – Atlas V 551 (AV-086) – Canaveral SLC-41 – март 2020
 
[URL=https://spaceflightnow.com/launch-schedule/]https://spaceflightnow.com/launch-schedule/[/URL]
[QUOTE][SIZE=13pt][B][COLOR=#f16522]March 13[/COLOR] Atlas 5 • AEHF 6[/B][/SIZE]

[B]Launch window:[/B] 1945-2145 GMT (3:45-5:45 p.m. EDT)
[B]Launch site:[/B] SLC-41, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida

A United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket will launch the sixth Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF) satellite. Built by Lockheed Martin, this U.S. military spacecraft will provide highly-secure communications. The rocket will fly in the 551 vehicle configuration with a five-meter fairing, five solid rocket boosters and a single-engine Centaur upper stage. [[COLOR=#ee1d24]Jan. 22[/COLOR]][/QUOTE]
Solar Orbiter (SolO) – Atlas V 411 – Canaveral SLC-41 – 06.02.2020 – 07:15 ДМВ
 
[URL=https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/01/22/atlas-5-rocket-for-solar-orbiter-mission-returns-to-assembly-building-for-inspections/]https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/01/22/atlas-5-rocket-for-solar-orbiter-mission-returns-to-assembly-building-for-inspections/[/URL]
[QUOTE][SIZE=16pt][B]Atlas 5 for Solar Orbiter launch returns to assembly building for inspections[/B][/SIZE]
[SIZE=8pt][B][URL=https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/01/]January 22, 2020[/URL] | [URL=https://spaceflightnow.com/author/stephen-clark/]Stephen Clark [/URL][/B][/SIZE]

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[SIZE=8pt][B]The United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket for the Solar Orbiter mission rolled out to Cape Canaveral’s Complex 41 launch pad Tuesday, Jan. 21, for a planned wet dress rehearsal Wednesday. Credit: United Launch Alliance[/B][/SIZE]

United Launch Alliance moved its next Atlas 5 rocket off its Florida launch pad Wednesday for inspections after a cooling duct unexpectedly disconnected before a planned countdown rehearsal to prepare for liftoff next month with the joint U.S.-European Solar Orbiter mission.

The roll back to the Vertical Integration Facility at Cape Canaveral’s Complex 41 launch pad could delay Solar Orbiter’s liftoff, which was scheduled for Feb. 5 during a two-hour window opening at 11:27 p.m. EST ([COLOR=#37b44a][B]0427 GMT on Feb. 6[/B][/COLOR]).

Officials are not sure why the umbilical duct on the launch pad disconnected Wednesday, but brisk winds on Florida’s Space Coast could be the culprit. Tory Bruno, ULA’s CEO, tweeted that engineers want to be sure the problem was not caused by something else.

ULA planned to fill the Atlas 5 rocket with cryogenic liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen propellants Wednesday during a simulated countdown, also called a Wet Dress Rehearsal, or WDR. The launcher’s first stage was loaded with RP-1 kerosene fuel Tuesday after rolling out of the vertical assembly building for the quarter-mile trip to pad 41.

“During preparations for Solar Orbiter Wet Dress Rehearsal, a duct which provides cooling to the avionics, became detached from the Centaur upper stage,” ULA said on Twitter. “To be prudent, we will return the vehicle to the Vertical Integration Facility to conduct inspections.”

[COLOR=#ee105a][B]The Atlas 5 launch team does not perform a WDR before every launch, but NASA requires ULA to perform a fueling demonstration before missions lofting interplanetary probes with limited launch opportunities.[/B][/COLOR]

“NASA requires a WDR for missions with limited launch opportunities such as those to planets and the sun,” NASA said. “WDRs allow us to test the rocket early in an effort to mitigate issues that could result in a missed opportunity for launch.”

Instead of performing the Wet Dress Rehearsal on Wednesday and returning the rocket to the VIF on Thursday for attachment of the Solar Orbiter spacecraft, ULA will have to inspect the disconnected duct, determine why it became displaced, and then reattach it before returning the Atlas 5 and its mobile launch platform to pad 41 for another run at the Wet Dress Rehearsal.

[COLOR=#f7941d][B]Ground teams planned to transfer the European-built Solar Orbiter spacecraft from its processing facility to the VIF at pad 41 this weekend, but that schedule is in jeopardy with the delay in the completion of the Wet Dress Rehearsal[/B][/COLOR].

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[SIZE=8pt][B]The Atlas 5 rocket and its mobile launch platform are seen beginning the journey back to ULA’s Vertical Integration Facility on Wednesday, Jan. 22, for inspections. Credit: Spaceflight Now[/B][/SIZE]

The Atlas 5 rocket assigned to launch the Solar Orbiter mission was stacked inside the Vertical Integration Facility over the last few weeks. The Atlas 5 will fly in the rarely-used “411” configuration with a 4-meter fairing, a single strap-on solid rocket boosters and a Centaur upper stage powered by a single RL10 engine.

Ten scientific instruments aboard Solar Orbiter will measure the sun’s output and take the first detailed images of the sun’s poles. NASA is paying for the launch of the European Space Agency science probe — built in Britain by Airbus Defense and Space — as part of an international collaboration on the nearly $1.7 billion Solar Orbiter mission.

Scientists will use data from Solar Orbiter, in tandem with measurements from NASA’s Parker Solar Probe, to better understand what causes the solar wind, and what drives the 11-year solar cycle.

[COLOR=#fff100][B]The Solar Orbiter mission’s launch period opens Feb. 5 and extends through Feb. 23[/B][/COLOR]. The mission has 19 daily launch opportunities to depart Earth in February and intercept Venus in December 2020, the first of numerous flybys to use the planet’s gravity to reshape Solar Orbiter’s trajectory around the sun, eventually reaching an orbit inside that of Mercury.

A backup launch opportunity is available in October 2020, but that would require Solar Orbiter to use a different sequence of planetary flybys, delaying the start of the mission’s regular science operations phase from August 2021 to September 2023, officials said.

The gravity assist flybys with Venus will also ratchet up the tilt angle of the spacecraft’s orbit around the sun, enabling Solar Orbiter to take the first images of the sun’s polar regions.[/QUOTE]
Solar Orbiter (SolO) – Atlas V 411 – Canaveral SLC-41 – 06.02.2020 – 07:15 ДМВ
 
[QUOTE][URL=https://twitter.com/NASA_LSP][IMG WIDTH=48 HEIGHT=48]https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/1901667976/Official_LSP_Logo_JPG_bigger.jpg[/IMG] [B]NASA's Launch Services Program[/B]‏ @NASA_LSP[/URL] [URL=https://twitter.com/NASA_LSP/status/1220105868391387136]4 ч. назад[/URL]

В ответ [URL=https://twitter.com/ulalaunch]@ulalaunch[/URL] [URL=https://twitter.com/Litsas]@Litsas[/URL]

NASA requires a WDR for missions with limited launch opportunities such as those to planets and the Sun. WDRs allow us to test the rocket early in an effort to mitigate issues that could result in a missed opportunity for launch.[/QUOTE]
SLS - space launch system (3-я попытка)
 
[QUOTE][URL=https://twitter.com/JimBridenstine][IMG WIDTH=48 HEIGHT=48]https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/1154488953917104130/qujJzZ6d_bigger.jpg[/IMG] [B]Jim Bridenstine [/B]@JimBridenstine[/URL] [URL=https://twitter.com/JimBridenstine/status/1220124092336082946]3 ч. назад[/URL]

The team has successfully lowered the [URL=https://twitter.com/NASA_SLS]@NASA_SLS[/URL] core stage in the B-2 Test Stand [URL=https://twitter.com/NASAStennis]@NASAStennis[/URL] and is beginning final installation and hard mate, which will consist of 4-6 hours of detailed alignment. Should be done this evening!

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Союз МС-13 (№746) – Союз-ФГ – Байконур 1/5 – 20.07.2019, 16:28:21 UTC
 
[URL=https://blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/2020/01/22/spacewalking-team-relaxing-as-cosmonauts-work-science-crew-departure/]https://blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/2020/01/22/spacewalking-team-relaxing-as-cosmonauts-work-science-crew-departure/[/URL][QUOTE][SIZE=12pt]Spacewalking Team Relaxing as Cosmonauts Work Science, Crew Departure[/SIZE]
[SIZE=8pt][URL=https://blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/author/magarcia/]Mark Garcia[/URL]
Posted Jan 22, 2020 at 5:47 pm[/SIZE]
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Skvortsov is also packing the Soyuz MS-13 crew ship that will return him, Koch and Parmitano to Earth on [COLOR=#39b778][B]Feb. 6[/B][/COLOR]. The trio will undock and parachute to a landing in Kazakhstan. Koch will have accumulated 328 consecutive days in space upon landing second only to U.S. astronaut Scott Kelly with 340 days.[/QUOTE]
Новости МКС
 
[URL=https://blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/2020/01/22/spacewalking-team-relaxing-as-cosmonauts-work-science-crew-departure/]https://blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/2020/01/22/spacewalking-team-relaxing-as-cosmonauts-work-science-crew-departure/[/URL][QUOTE][SIZE=14pt]Spacewalking Team Relaxing as Cosmonauts Work Science, Crew Departure[/SIZE]

[SIZE=8pt][URL=https://blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/author/magarcia/]Mark Garcia[/URL]
Posted Jan 22, 2020 at 5:47 pm[/SIZE]

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[SIZE=8pt][I](From left) Commander Luca Parmitano of ESA (European Space Agency) and NASA astronaut Andrew Morgan work on U.S. spacesuits they will wear on a spacewalk scheduled for Jan. 25.[/I][/SIZE]

The [URL=https://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/station/expeditions/expedition61/index.html]Expedition 61[/URL] spacewalking team aboard the [URL=https://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/station/main/index.html]International Space Station[/URL] is taking a light-duty day ahead of this weekend’s excursion. Meanwhile, the Russian space residents researched human biology and prepared for a crew departure early next month.

Astronauts [URL=https://www.nasa.gov/astronauts/biographies/andrew-r-morgan]Andrew Morgan[/URL] and [URL=http://www.esa.int/Our_Activities/Human_and_Robotic_Exploration/Astronauts/Luca_Parmitano]Luca Parmitano[/URL] took it easy on Tuesday, relaxing before they begin a six-hour spacewalk on Saturday at [COLOR=#00aeef][B]6:50 a.m. EST[/B][/COLOR] to repair a cosmic ray detector. The duo began organizing their spacewalk tools, custom-designed for the unique job, just after lunch today. NASA TV will start its live broadcast of the spacewalk at [COLOR=#438ccb][B]5:30 a.m[/B][/COLOR].

NASA Flight Engineers [URL=https://www.nasa.gov/astronauts/biographies/meir-u-jessica]Jessica Meir[/URL] and [URL=https://www.nasa.gov/astronauts/biographies/christina-h-koch]Christina Koch[/URL] spent an hour today reviewing [URL=https://cms.nasa.gov/mission_pages/station/structure/elements/mobile-servicing-system.html]Canadarm2[/URL] robotics procedures they will use to assist Saturday’s spacewalkers. Meir and Koch also spent the majority of the day relaxing, having completed two spacewalks in less than a week on Monday.

The Russian duo, cosmonauts [URL=http://www.gctc.ru/main.php?id=210]Alexander Skvortsov[/URL] and [URL=http://www.gctc.ru/main.php?id=211]Oleg Skripochka[/URL] explored ways to maximize the effectiveness of space exercise. They also studied wearing and operating a specialized suit, the Lower Body Negative Pressure suit, which counteracts the upward flow of body fluids caused by microgravity.

Skvortsov is also packing the Soyuz MS-13 crew ship that will return him, Koch and Parmitano to Earth on Feb. 6. The trio will undock and parachute to a landing in Kazakhstan. Koch will have accumulated 328 consecutive days in space upon landing second only to U.S. astronaut Scott Kelly with 340 days.[/QUOTE]
План операций на МКС
 
[URL=https://tass.ru/kosmos/7585127]https://tass.ru/kosmos/7585127[/URL]
[QUOTE][SIZE=8pt]23 ЯНВ, 03:43[/SIZE]
[SIZE=12pt][B]Отправку модуля "Наука" на Байконур перенесли на март из-за работ с топливными баками[/B][/SIZE]
[SIZE=7pt]По данным источника ТАСС, отправка запланирована на 20-30-е числа марта[/SIZE]

[B]МОСКВА, 23 января. /ТАСС/[/B]. Многофункциональный лабораторный модуль (МЛМ) "Наука", транспортировка которого на Байконур планировалась в конце января, будет отправлен на космодром в конце марта из-за дополнительных работ с топливными баками. Об этом сообщил в четверг ТАСС источник в ракетно-космической отрасли.
"Сейчас отправка МЛМ на космодром запланирована на [COLOR=#ee105a][B]20-30-е[/B][/COLOR] числа [COLOR=#ee105a][B]марта[/B][/COLOR]", - отметил собеседник агентства. По его словам, задержка произошла из-за "доработок, связанных с применением штатных топливных емкостей". Других претензий, добавил источник, нет.
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Модуль МЛМ
 
[URL=https://tass.ru/kosmos/7585127]https://tass.ru/kosmos/7585127[/URL]
[QUOTE][SIZE=8pt]23 ЯНВ, 03:43[/SIZE]
[SIZE=14pt][B]Отправку модуля "Наука" на Байконур перенесли на март из-за работ с топливными баками[/B][/SIZE]
[SIZE=7pt]По данным источника ТАСС, отправка запланирована на 20-30-е числа марта[/SIZE]

[B]МОСКВА, 23 января. /ТАСС/[/B]. Многофункциональный лабораторный модуль (МЛМ) "Наука", транспортировка которого на Байконур планировалась в конце января, будет отправлен на космодром в конце марта из-за дополнительных работ с топливными баками. Об этом сообщил в четверг ТАСС источник в ракетно-космической отрасли.

"Сейчас отправка МЛМ на космодром запланирована на [COLOR=#ee105a][B]20-30-е[/B][/COLOR] числа [COLOR=#ee105a][B]марта[/B][/COLOR]", - отметил собеседник агентства. По его словам, задержка произошла из-за "доработок, связанных с применением штатных топливных емкостей". Других претензий, добавил источник, нет.
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Новости МКС
 
[URL=https://www.militarynews.ru/story.asp?rid=1&nid=525905&lang=RU]https://www.militarynews.ru/story.asp?rid=1&nid=525905&lang=RU[/URL]
[QUOTE][SIZE=14pt][B]Орбиту МКС скорректируют для посадки корабля Союз МС-13[/B][/SIZE]
[SIZE=8pt]23.01.2020 0:00:02[/SIZE]

[B]Москва. 23 января. ИНТЕРФАКС -[/B] Орбиту Международной космической станции скорректируют в четверг для обеспечения запланированной на февраль посадки корабля "Союз МС-13".

По данным госкорпорации "Роскосмос", коррекция запланирована на [COLOR=#f16522][B]17:30 мск[/B][/COLOR]. Двигатели космического грузовика "Прогресс МС-13" будут включены на [COLOR=#f7941d][B]564 секунды[/B][/COLOR]. В [COLOR=#f16522][B]20:38 мск[/B][/COLOR] двигатели включат еще на [COLOR=#f7941d][B]282 секунды[/B][/COLOR]. В результате скорость станции увеличится на [COLOR=#00a99e][B]0,56м/сек[/B][/COLOR] и [COLOR=#00a99e][B]0,28м/сек[/B][/COLOR] соответственно.

Коррекции позволят безопасно вернуться на Землю 6 февраля 2020 года экипажу пилотируемого корабля "Союз МС-13" в составе Александра Скворцова, итальянца Луки Пармитано и американки Кристины Кук.

Кроме того, маневр обеспечит новую схему управления орбитальным движением, которая должна обеспечить полёт корабля "Союз МС-16" (основная экспедиция МКС-61/62) и посадку спускаемого аппарата "Союза МС-15"[/QUOTE]

[URL=https://tass.ru/kosmos/7584671]https://tass.ru/kosmos/7584671[/URL]
[QUOTE][SIZE=8pt]23 ЯНВ, 00:02[/SIZE]
[SIZE=14pt][B]Орбита МКС будет скорректирована в четверг впервые в 2020 году[/B][/SIZE]
[SIZE=7pt]В результате коррекции начнется новая схема управления орбитальным движением[/SIZE]

[B]МОСКВА, 23 января. /ТАСС/[/B]. Заключительный этап коррекции орбиты Международной космической станции (МКС) перед посадкой пилотируемого корабля "Союз МС-13", которая запланирована на 6 февраля, пройдет в четверг. Об этом сообщили ТАСС в пресс-службе Роскосмоса.

"23 января 2020 года планируется проведение заключительного корректирующего маневра станции перед посадкой 6 февраля спускаемого аппарата транспортного пилотируемого корабля "Союз МС-13" (основная экспедиция МКС 60/61)", - отметили в госкорпорации.

Также в результате коррекции начнется новая схема управления орбитальным движением, которая обеспечит не только посадку "Союза МС-13", но и полет "Союза МС-16" (старт запланирован на весну 2020 года).

Маневр пройдет в два этапа. Первый раз двигатели грузового корабля "Прогресс МС-13", пристыкованного к модулю "Пирс", включат в [COLOR=#ed008c][B]17:15 мск[/B][/COLOR]. Они будут работать в течение [COLOR=#f7941d][B]564 секунд[/B][/COLOR], в результате станция получит приращение скорости на [COLOR=#00a99e][B]0,56 м/сек[/B][/COLOR]. Второй раз двигательная установка включится в [COLOR=#ed008c][B]20:23 мск[/B][/COLOR] и проработает [COLOR=#f7941d][B]282 секунды[/B][/COLOR]. Станция получит приращение скорости на [COLOR=#00a99e][B]0,28 м/сек[/B][/COLOR].

На спускаемом аппарате "Союз МС-13" на Землю должны вернуться российский космонавт Александр Скворцов, а также астронавты Лука Пармитано (Италия) и Кристина Кук (США).
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[URL=https://ria.ru/20200123/1563760448.html]https://ria.ru/20200123/1563760448.html[/URL]
[QUOTE][SIZE=14pt][B]Высоту орбиты МКС поднимут в два этапа перед возвращением космонавтов[/B][/SIZE]
[SIZE=8pt]02:45 23.01.2020[/SIZE]

[B]МОСКВА, 23 янв - РИА Новости[/B]. Высоту орбиты Международной космической станции (МКС) планируется поднять в два этапа в четверг с помощью двигателей грузового корабля "Прогресс МС-13", сообщил РИА Новости представитель пресс-службы "Роскосмоса".[QUOTE][I]"Двигатели корабля "Прогресс МС-13", пристыкованного к модулю "Пирс" российского сегмента МКС, намечается включить 23 января в [COLOR=#ed008c][B]17.15[/B][/COLOR] и [COLOR=#ed008c][B]20.23 мск[/B][/COLOR]. Они должны проработать, соответственно, [COLOR=#f7941d][B]564[/B][/COLOR] и [COLOR=#f7941d][B]282 секунды[/B][/COLOR] и увеличить скорость полета станции, соответственно, на [COLOR=#00a99e][B]0,56[/B][/COLOR] и [COLOR=#00a99e][B]0,28 метра в секунду[/B][/COLOR]"[/I], - сказал собеседник агентства.[/QUOTE]
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Прим. Разница во времени начала импульсов - 15 мин. 16 января сообщалось (см [URL=http://novosti-kosmonavtiki.ru/forum/messages/forum10/topic12565/message1937896/#message1937896]#2210[/URL]) о [COLOR=#f16522][B]17:30 мск[/B][/COLOR] и [COLOR=#f16522][B]20:38 мск[/B][/COLOR].
Best Telescope:Телескоп Гершель,OWL, JWST, greatest views
 
[QUOTE][B][SIZE=13pt]Science In A Minute: The Art of Spitzer Space Telescope[/SIZE][/B]

[URL=https://www.youtube.com/user/JPLnews][IMG WIDTH=48 HEIGHT=48]https://yt3.ggpht.com/a/AGF-l78gZ-reOpOoVfx7xfLRyOIARnf-PgRDZki90A=s88-c-k-c0xffffffff-no-rj-mo[/IMG][/URL] [URL=https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCryGec9PdUCLjpJW2mgCuLw][B]NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory[/B][/URL]

[B]22 янв. 2020 г.[/B]

How do scientists turn data from NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope into the incredible images we see? It's not as simple as just snapping a picture of the universe. There is a process for gathering the data from Spitzer and coding it so that colors and pictures can emerge from the data. The process can be lengthy, but well worth the breathtaking images we receive in the end.[/QUOTE]
[URL=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oO44cfYIlC8]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oO44cfYIlC8[/URL][VIDEO TYPE=YOUTUBE WIDTH=480 HEIGHT=270]https://www.youtube.com/embed/oO44cfYIlC8[/VIDEO] (1:24)

[QUOTE][B][SIZE=13pt]Science In A Minute: What is Infrared Light?[/SIZE][/B]

[URL=https://www.youtube.com/user/JPLnews][IMG WIDTH=48 HEIGHT=48]https://yt3.ggpht.com/a/AGF-l78gZ-reOpOoVfx7xfLRyOIARnf-PgRDZki90A=s88-c-k-c0xffffffff-no-rj-mo[/IMG][/URL] [URL=https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCryGec9PdUCLjpJW2mgCuLw][B]NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory[/B][/URL]

[B]22 янв. 2020 г.[/B]

What is infrared light and how do we use it to study the universe? Infrared radiation, or infrared light, is a type of energy that we humans can't see but can feel as heat. All objects in the universe emit some level of infrared radiation, whether hot or cold, making an infrared telescope like NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope very useful in detecting objects that might seem invisible.[/QUOTE]
[URL=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XCD6fAHc97c]https://www.youtube.com/watch?XCD6fAHc97c[/URL][VIDEO TYPE=YOUTUBE WIDTH=480 HEIGHT=270]https://www.youtube.com/embed/XCD6fAHc97c[/VIDEO] (1:34)
SLS - space launch system (3-я попытка)
 
[QUOTE][URL=https://twitter.com/NASASpaceflight][IMG WIDTH=48 HEIGHT=48]https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/1121126296086618116/XdSiqigA_bigger.png[/IMG] [B]Chris B - NSF‏[/B] @NASASpaceflight[/URL] [URL=https://twitter.com/NASASpaceflight/status/1220096469211983873]3 мин. назад[/URL]

Still nothing (no photos, comms or tweets) from NASA on this historic milestone of SLS being installed into the B-2 test stand.

And yes, we've been asking, per updating the arrival at Stennis article: [URL=https://t.co/OyNcQZGKZC][SIZE=11pt][COLOR=#438ccb][B]https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2020/01/sls-core-stage-stennis-green-run-campaign/[/B][/COLOR][/SIZE] …[/URL]

Unofficial photo on reddit:  

[URL=https://t.co/Po8Zg8cz32]https://old.reddit.com/r/SpaceLaunchSystem/comments/esialg/its_in_the_stand/ …[/URL]

[IMG WIDTH=1200 HEIGHT=628]https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EO6mVI5X0AYp9ZT.jpg[/IMG][/QUOTE]

... и моментально убрали фото

[QUOTE][URL=https://twitter.com/NASASpaceflight][IMG WIDTH=48 HEIGHT=48]https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/1121126296086618116/XdSiqigA_bigger.png[/IMG] [B]Chris B - NSF‏[/B] @NASASpaceflight[/URL] [URL=https://twitter.com/NASASpaceflight/status/1220097154259333120]3 мин. назад[/URL]

And the Reddit crowd goes wild.......[IMG WIDTH=16 HEIGHT=16]https://abs.twimg.com/emoji/v2/72x72/1f9d0.png[/IMG]

[IMG WIDTH=1104 HEIGHT=836]https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EO6nteaXsAAkHOF.jpg[/IMG][/QUOTE]
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