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SLS - space launch system (3-я попытка)
 
[QUOTE][url=https://twitter.com/NASA_go4launch] [IMG]https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/953996765837000704/8Lb3CIAX_bigger.jpg[/IMG] [B]EGS Program[/B]‏ @[B]NASA_go4launch[/B][/url] [url=https://twitter.com/NASA_go4launch/status/954452665282547712]19 янв.[/url]

The official Exploration Mission-1 identifier was released today! The artwork showcases [url=https://twitter.com/NASA_SLS]@[B]NASA_SLS[/B][/url], [url=https://twitter.com/NASA_Orion]@[B]NASA_Orion[/B][/url], launching from [url=https://twitter.com/NASAKennedy]@[B]NASAKennedy[/B][/url].

[IMG]https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DT7ln7OVwAEY6Mu.jpg[/IMG]
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Orion
 
[QUOTE][url=https://twitter.com/NASA_go4launch] [IMG]https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/953996765837000704/8Lb3CIAX_bigger.jpg[/IMG] [B]EGS Program[/B]‏ @[B]NASA_go4launch[/B][/url] [url=https://twitter.com/NASA_go4launch/status/954452665282547712]19 янв.[/url]

The official Exploration Mission-1 identifier was released today! The artwork showcases [url=https://twitter.com/NASA_SLS]@[B]NASA_SLS[/B][/url], [url=https://twitter.com/NASA_Orion]@[B]NASA_Orion[/B][/url], launching from [url=https://twitter.com/NASAKennedy]@[B]NASAKennedy[/B][/url].

[IMG]https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DT7ln7OVwAEY6Mu.jpg[/IMG]
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Orion
 
Вышел декабрьский (2017) номер

[url=https://www.nasa.gov/sites/default/files/atoms/files/orion_monthly_newsletter_12-2017.pdf][SIZE=5][COLOR=#0072BC][B]orion_monthly_newsletter_12-2017.pdf[/B][/COLOR][/SIZE][/url] - 3160 KB, 10 стр.
CST-100
 
[url]https://blogs.nasa.gov/commercialcrew/2018/01/18/mixed-reality-technology-helps-nasa-astronauts-prepare-for-starliner-returns-from-the-space-station/[/url]
[QUOTE][SIZE=6]Mixed Reality Technology Helps NASA Astronauts Prepare for Starliner Returns from the Space Station[/SIZE]

[SIZE=3][url=https://blogs.nasa.gov/commercialcrew/author/aheiney/][COLOR=#ACACAC]Anna Heiney[/COLOR][/url]
[COLOR=#ACACAC]Posted Jan 18, 2018[/COLOR][/SIZE]

[url=https://blogs.nasa.gov/commercialcrew/wp-content/uploads/sites/230/2018/01/KSC-20171219-PH_BOE01_0003.jpg][IMG]https://blogs.nasa.gov/commercialcrew/wp-content/uploads/sites/230/2018/01/KSC-20171219-PH_BOE01_0003-1024x682.jpg[/IMG][/url]
[SIZE=3][COLOR=#ACACAC][I]NASA’s Commercial Crew Program astronauts, wearing spacesuits and augmented reality headsets, rehearse returning to Earth from the International Space Station during recent testing at Boeing’s Extended Reality Laboratory in Philadelphia. The astronauts are seated upside down so they can practice releasing their seat harness and moving to the side hatch of the Starliner without assistance. The astronauts wearing the mixed reality gear see a digital version of the interior of the Starliner as it would look in the real-life scenario while interacting with the environment around them. Photo credit: Boeing[/I][/COLOR][/SIZE]

NASA’s Commercial Crew Program astronauts training to fly test missions to and from the International Space Station are practicing returning to Earth from the microgravity laboratory. Recent testing at Boeing’s Extended Reality Laboratory in Philadelphia combines mixed reality simulations with astronauts wearing spacesuits and augmented reality headsets, and secured in mock-up Starliner seats – the spacecraft being developed by Boeing. The testing allows astronauts to perform an exit from their seats in uncommon landing conditions. The astronauts are seated upside down so they can practice releasing their seat harness and moving to the side hatch of the Starliner without assistance. The astronauts wearing the mixed reality gear see a digital version of the interior of the Starliner as it would look in the real-life scenario while interacting with the environment around them.
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Новости МКС
 
[url]https://blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/2018/01/26/spacewalkers-preparing-for-mondays-spacewalk-with-updated-plan/[/url]
[QUOTE][SIZE=6]Spacewalkers Preparing for Monday’s Spacewalk With Updated Plan[/SIZE]

[SIZE=3][url=https://blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/author/magarcia/][COLOR=#ACACAC]Mark Garcia[/COLOR][/url]
[COLOR=#ACACAC]Posted Jan 26, 2018 at 1:37 pm[/COLOR][/SIZE]

[url=https://flic.kr/p/JRX9ze][IMG]https://blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/wp-content/uploads/sites/240/2018/01/blog_iss054e022850.jpg[/IMG][/url]
[SIZE=3][COLOR=#ACACAC][I]NASA astronaut Mark Vande Hei photographed himself with his helmet visor up during a spacewalk that took place on Jan. 23, 2018.[/I][/COLOR][/SIZE]

During a spacewalk on Jan. 23, 2018, Expedition 54 flight engineers Mark Vande Hei and Scott Tingle replaced a Latching End Effector (LEE-B) on the Canadarm2 robotic arm. An issue preventing the LEE from transitioning to an operational state on one of two redundant sets of communications strings was detected. The spacewalking crew demated and remated the connectors and ground teams were able to power up the arm to an operational state on its secondary communications string leaving the arm operational but without a redundant communications string.
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Новости МКС
 
[url]https://blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/2018/01/25/crew-looks-to-monday-spacewalk-and-works-on-science-hardware/[/url]
[QUOTE][SIZE=6]Crew Looks to Monday Spacewalk and Works on Science Hardware[/SIZE]

[SIZE=3][url=https://blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/author/magarcia/][COLOR=#ACACAC]Mark Garcia[/COLOR][/url]
[COLOR=#ACACAC]Posted Jan 25, 2018 at 12:24 pm[/COLOR][/SIZE]

[url=https://flic.kr/p/E74WR4][IMG]https://blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/wp-content/uploads/sites/240/2018/01/blog_iss054e022293.jpg[/IMG][/url]
[SIZE=3][COLOR=#ACACAC][I]Astronaut Joe Acaba (clockwise from bottom) assists spacewalkers Norishige Kanai, from the Japan Aerospace Exploration, and Mark Vande Hei, from NASA, during a fit check of their U.S. spacesuits. Kanai and Vande Hei will conduct a spacewalk Jan. 29 wrapping up work on a Latching End Effector from the Canadarm2.[/I][/COLOR][/SIZE]

Two Expedition 54 astronauts continue preparing for Monday’s upcoming spacewalk to wrap up robotics repair work. The crew is also working on a variety of science gear to ensure the orbital laboratory is in tip-top shape.
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Новости МКС
 
[url]https://blogs.nasa.gov/stationreport/2018/01/25/iss-daily-summary-report-1252018/[/url]
[QUOTE][SIZE=6]ISS Daily Summary Report – 1/25/2018[/SIZE]

[SIZE=3][COLOR=#ACACAC]Posted Jan 25, 2018 at 4:00 pm[/COLOR][/SIZE]

[B]FemtoSat Assembly and Deployment:[/B]
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[B]Extravehicular Activity (EVA) Operations:[/B]
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Новости МКС
 
[url]https://blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/2018/01/24/two-astronauts-two-cosmonauts-prepping-for-spacewalks-next-week/[/url]
[QUOTE][SIZE=6]Two Astronauts, Two Cosmonauts Prepping for Spacewalks Next Week[/SIZE]

[SIZE=3][url=https://blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/author/magarcia/][COLOR=#ACACAC]Mark Garcia[/COLOR][/url]
[COLOR=#ACACAC]Posted Jan 24, 2018 at 1:21 pm[/COLOR][/SIZE]

[url=https://blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/wp-content/uploads/sites/240/2018/01/blog_iss054e022843.jpg][IMG]https://blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/wp-content/uploads/sites/240/2018/01/blog_iss054e022843.jpg[/IMG][/url]
[SIZE=3][COLOR=#ACACAC][I]Spacewalker Mark Vande Hei took his own photograph during the first spacewalk of 2018. These sky-high pictures are better known as “space-selfies.”[/I][/COLOR][/SIZE]

One spacewalk down, two more to go before next weekend. A U.S. and a Japanese astronaut will go on the next spacewalk [COLOR=#0072BC][B]Jan. 29[/B][/COLOR] followed by two cosmonauts on [COLOR=#0054A5][B]Feb. 2[/B][/COLOR].
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Новости МКС
 
[url]https://blogs.nasa.gov/stationreport/2018/01/24/iss-daily-summary-report-1242018/[/url]
[QUOTE][SIZE=6]ISS Daily Summary Report – 1/24/2018[/SIZE]

[SIZE=3][COLOR=#ACACAC]Posted Jan 24, 2018 at 4:00 pm[/COLOR][/SIZE]

[B]Arthrospira-B (Batch Culture):[/B]
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[B]NeuroMapping:[/B]
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[B]Lighting Effects:[/B]
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[B]Advanced Colloids Experiment-Temperature-6 (ACE-T-6) Module Configuration:[/B]
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[B]Meteor Hard Drive Exchange and Antivirus Update:[/B]
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[B]Separator Plumbing Assembly (SPA) and Filter Remove and Replace (R&R):[/B]
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[B]Extravehicular Activity (EVA) Operations:[/B]
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GOES-S - Atlas V 541 (AV-079) - Canaveral SLC-41 - март 2018 г.
 
[url]https://blogs.nasa.gov/goes/2018/01/26/atlas-v-booster-centaur-arrive-for-goes-s/[/url]

или

[url]https://blogs.nasa.gov/kennedy/2018/01/26/atlas-v-booster-centaur-arrive-for-goes-s/[/url]
[QUOTE][SIZE=6]Atlas V Booster, Centaur Arrive for GOES-S[/SIZE]

[SIZE=3][COLOR=#ACACAC][url=https://blogs.nasa.gov/goes/author/aheiney/]Anna Heiney[/url]
Posted Jan 26, 2018 at 12:30 pm[/COLOR][/SIZE]

[url=https://blogs.nasa.gov/goes/wp-content/uploads/sites/280/2018/01/goes-s_ac_marinerunload.jpg][IMG]https://blogs.nasa.gov/goes/wp-content/uploads/sites/280/2018/01/goes-s_ac_marinerunload-768x512.jpg[/IMG][/url]
[SIZE=3][COLOR=#ACACAC][I]The United Launch Alliance Atlas V booster and Centaur stage for NOAA’s Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-S (GOES-S) are offloaded from the Mariner transport ship at the Army Wharf at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. Photo credit: NASA/Leif Heimbold[/I][/COLOR][/SIZE]

The United Launch Alliance Atlas V booster and Centaur stage for NOAA’s Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-S (GOES-S) arrived this week at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.
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GOES-S - Atlas V 541 (AV-079) - Canaveral SLC-41 - март 2018 г.
 
[url]https://blogs.nasa.gov/goes/2018/01/16/noaas-goes-s-spacecraft-prepared-for-encapsulation/[/url]
[QUOTE][SIZE=6]NOAA’s GOES-S Spacecraft Prepares for Encapsulation[/SIZE]

[SIZE=3][COLOR=#ACACAC][url=https://blogs.nasa.gov/goes/author/lherridg/]Linda Herridge[/url]
Posted on January 16, 2018[/COLOR][/SIZE]

[IMG]https://blogs.nasa.gov/goes/wp-content/uploads/sites/280/2018/01/GOES-S-Encapsulation-768x512.jpg[/IMG]
[SIZE=3][COLOR=#ACACAC][I]NOAA’s GOES-S weather satellite is prepared for encapsulation in its payload fairing inside Astrotech Space Operations in Titusville, Florida.
Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett[/I][/COLOR][/SIZE]

Technicians and engineers prepare NOAA’s Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-S, or GOES-S, for encapsulation in its payload fairing inside a clean room at Astrotech Space Operations in Titusville, Florida. After encapsulation, the weather satellite will be moved to Space Launch Complex-41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. GOES-S is the second in a series of four advanced geostationary weather satellites. The GOES-R series – consisting of the GOES-R, GOES-S, GOES-T and GOES-U spacecraft – will significantly improve the detection and observation of environmental phenomena that directly affect public safety, protection of property and the nation’s economic health and prosperity. GOES-S is slated to launch March 1, 2018 aboard a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket.[/QUOTE]
Solar Probe Plus (солнечный зонд NASA) – Delta IV Heavy – Canaveral SLC-37B – июль 2018
 
[url]https://blogs.nasa.gov/parkersolarprobe/2018/01/17/parker-solar-probe-enters-thermal-vacuum-chamber/[/url]
[QUOTE][SIZE=6]Parker Solar Probe Enters Thermal Vacuum Chamber[/SIZE]

[SIZE=3][COLOR=#ACACAC][url=https://blogs.nasa.gov/parkersolarprobe/author/sfrazie2/]Sarah Frazier[/url]
Posted on January 17, 2018[/COLOR][/SIZE]

On Wednesday, Jan. 17, NASA’s Parker Solar Probe was lowered into the 40-foot-tall thermal vacuum chamber at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland. The spacecraft will remain in the chamber for about seven weeks, coming out in mid-March for final tests and packing before heading to Florida. Parker Solar Probe is scheduled to launch fr om NASA’s Kennedy Space Center on July 31, 2018, on a Delta IV Heavy launch vehicle.
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GovSat-1 (SES-16) - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 - январь 2018
 
Прогноз погоды

[url=http://www.patrick.af.mil/Portals/14/documents/Weather/L-4%20Forecast%2030%20Jan%20Launch.pdf?ver=2018-01-26-115605-960]Falcon 9 GovSat-1 L-4 Launch Forecast[/url]

[COLOR=#ED008C][B]40% GO[/B][/COLOR] (резервный день - [COLOR=#FFF100][B]80% GO[/B][/COLOR])
Al Yah 3, SES-14 (NASA GOLD) - Ariane 5 ECA (VA241) - Kourou ELA-3 - январь 2018 г.
 
[QUOTE][url=https://twitter.com/DutchSpace] [IMG]https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/2419305470/di1axzx9r4lgxbk6gkdc_bigger.jpeg[/IMG] [B]DutchSpace[/B]‏ @[B]DutchSpace[/B][/url] [url=https://twitter.com/DutchSpace/status/956818025398841344]5 ч. назад[/url]

Thread: Attempt at some [url=https://twitter.com/hashtag/Ariane5?src=hash]#[B]Ariane5[/B][/url] [url=https://twitter.com/hashtag/VA241?src=hash]#[B]VA241[/B][/url] analysis: Events: AOS for Natal tracking station was planned for 06m41sec - Looked Nominal ESC-A ignition was planned for 09m01sec - Looked Nominal Natal tracking of ESC-A continued until 09m28sec after which tracking/downlink seemed lost.
[IMG]https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DUdMozSX0AAKxz3.jpg[/IMG]
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GovSat-1 (SES-16) - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 - январь 2018
 
[QUOTE][url=https://twitter.com/NASASpaceflight] [IMG]https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/829884026/091004-780610_bigger.jpg[/IMG] [B]Chris B - NSF[/B]‏ @[B]NASASpaceflight[/B][/url] [url=https://twitter.com/NASASpaceflight/status/956883846838013953]11 мин. назад[/url]

Falcon 9 B1032.2 has rolled out at SLC-40 for a Static Fire test. Still waiting for a window.[/QUOTE]
Al Yah 3, SES-14 (NASA GOLD) - Ariane 5 ECA (VA241) - Kourou ELA-3 - январь 2018 г.
 
[QUOTE][url=https://twitter.com/SES_Satellites] [IMG]https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/886976087233880064/Diq_hiQi_bigger.jpg[/IMG] [B]SES[/B]‏Подлинная учетная запись @[B]SES_Satellites[/B][/url] [url=https://twitter.com/SES_Satellites/status/956814210297749504]33 мин. назад[/url]

SES announces it has [COLOR=#00FF00]successfully established connection[/COLOR] with SES-14 and that the [COLOR=#00FF00]spacecraft is in good health and on track[/COLOR] despite launch anomaly experienced on [url=https://twitter.com/Arianespace]@[B]Arianespace[/B][/url] [url=https://t.co/IWmEuY5Uoq]https://www.ses.com/press-release/ses-14-good-health-and-track-despite-launch-anomaly …[/url][/QUOTE][url]https://www.ses.com/press-release/ses-14-good-health-and-track-despite-launch-anomaly[/url]
[QUOTE][SIZE=7][B]SES-14 in good health and on track despite launch anomaly[/B][/SIZE]
[SIZE=3][B]Written on 26 Jan 2018[/B][/SIZE]

[I]Following Ariane-5 launch anomaly, SES has successfully established connection with SES-14 [/I]

Guiana Space Centre, Kourou, 26 January 2018 – Following the anomaly that occurred during the launch on an Ariane 5 rocket last night, SES announces that it has [COLOR=#00FF00][B]successfully established a telemetry and telecommand connection to its SES-14 spacecraft[/B][/COLOR] [COLOR=#FFF100][B]and is setting up a new orbit raising plan now[/B][/COLOR]. [COLOR=#0072BC]SES-14 would thus reach the geostationary orbit only [B]four weeks later[/B] than originally planned[/COLOR]. [COLOR=#00FF00]SES confirms that the spacecraft is in good health, all subsystems on board are nominal, and the satellite is expected to meet the designed life time[/COLOR].

SES-14 will be positioned at 47.5 degrees West to serve Latin America, the Caribbean, North America and the North Atlantic region with C- and Ku-band wide beam coverage and Ku-band high throughput spot beam coverage.[/QUOTE]
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GovSat-1 (SES-16) - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 - январь 2018
 
Объявлена

[url=http://www.patrick.af.mil/Portals/14/documents/2.%20%28X9516%20SPACEX%20FALCON%209%20GOVSAT-1%29%20CG-PA%20LHA%20%20Boater%27s%20E-Mail%20v%231%203.._.pdf?ver=2018-01-25-135919-227]Launch Hazard Area[/url]
GovSat-1 (SES-16) - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 - январь 2018
 
Объявлена

[url=http://www.patrick.af.mil/Portals/14/documents/3.%20%28X9516%20Falcon%209%20GOVSAT-1%29%20Airspace%20Closure%20Area%20v%231%2030%20Jan%2018.pdf?ver=2018-01-25-135956-853]Airspace Closure Area[/url]
GovSat-1 (SES-16) - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 - январь 2018
 
NOTMAR (local)

[url]https://www.navcen.uscg.gov/pdf/lnms/lnm07042018.pdf[/url] (стр 3, 4)

[QUOTE][RIGHT]LNM: 04/18[/RIGHT]
[B]ATLANTIC OCEAN - FLORIDA - CAPE CANAVERAL: EASTERN RANGE OP X9516 FALCON-9 GOVSAT-1[/B]

Eastern Range will be conducting hazardous operations surface to unlimited within the following Launch Hazard Areas.

A: From 2837N 8038W
TO 2838N 8017W
TO 2837N 7949W
TO 2834N 7927W
TO 2830N 7927W
TO 2828N 8007W
TO 2830N 8033W
TO 2831N 8037W to beginning

B: From 2825N 7455W
TO 2830N 7205W
TO 2815N 7140W
TO 2730N 7150W
TO 2800N 7455W to beginning

Hazard periods for primary launch day and backup launch day;
Primary launch day: [COLOR=#EE105A][B]30 / 2118Z thru 31 / 0037Z Jan 18. Preferred T-0 is 2123Z[/B][/COLOR].
Backup launch day: [COLOR=#ED008C][B]31 / 2118Z thru 01 / 0037Z Feb 18. Preferred T-0 is 2123Z[/B][/COLOR].[/QUOTE]
Al Yah 3, SES-14 (NASA GOLD) - Ariane 5 ECA (VA241) - Kourou ELA-3 - январь 2018 г.
 
[QUOTE][SIZE=5][B]Arianespace Flight VA241 - Launch Sequence[/B][/SIZE]

[url=https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRn9F2D9j-t4A-HgudM7aLQ] [IMG WIDTH=48 HEIGHT=48]https://yt3.ggpht.com/-z_51UAqBsjs/AAAAAAAAAAI/AAAAAAAAAAA/NKBW4w1CQ6k/s88-c-k-no-mo-rj-c0xffffff/photo.jpg[/IMG] [/url] [url=https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRn9F2D9j-t4A-HgudM7aLQ]arianespace[/url]

[B]Опубликовано: 25 янв. 2018 г.[/B][/QUOTE][url]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YRAUifLwRRY[/url][VIDEO WIDTH=480 HEIGHT=360]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YRAUifLwRRY[/VIDEO] (1:00)
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