Суборбитальные пуски (научные и экспериментальные)

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Цитировать[quote:22e5d26b4f="Sharicoff"]С Уоллопса пускают Black Brant V и Terrier-Improved Orion. Трансляция: http://sites.wff.nasa.gov/webcast/
Цитировать[quote:22e5d26b4f]The Expert capsule, studded with around 150 different sensors, is due to fly in spring 2012, sea-launched from a Russian submarine for recovery on Russia's Kamchatka peninsula.[/quote:22e5d26b4f]
На основании сообщения Salo предлагаю вернуть многострадальный Эксперт в план ПУсков :lol:[/quote:22e5d26b4f]
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ЦитироватьNET 8/15/2011 - SubTEC IV - Terrier Mk 70 - Wallops Research Range
TBD - LAS Ascent Abort 1 - TBD - White Sands Missile Range
4Q 2011 - LAS Ascent Abort 2 - TBD - TBD
Q4 2012   LAS Pad Abort 2 - TBD - TBD
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ЦитироватьIran plans to send monkey to space[/size]

Tue Jun 28, 2011 4:48AM

Kavoshgar 4 (Explorer 4) satellite carrier

Head of Iran Space Agency (ISA) Hamid Fazeli says the country plans to send a live monkey into space onboard the country's domestically-made Kavoshgar 5 (Explorer 5) satellite carrier.

"Kavoshgar 5, with a weight of 285 kg, will blast off into space with a living creature (a monkey) in the next Iranian calendar month (that begins on July 23)," IRNA quoted Fazeli as saying on Monday.[/size]
Цитировать— 28.06.2011 15:52 —
Иран готовит запуск в космос обезьянок-астронавтов[/size]

Тегеран проводит испытания ракет, с помощью которых Иран планирует запустить на орбиту первых обезьянок-астронавтов. Об этом сообщает Al Jazeera.

Иран представил очередной этап своей космической программы, заявив, что первая обезьянка отправится в космос уже в следующем месяце.

Всего в Тегеране проверяют пять «обезьянок-астронавтов». Все они были отобраны и подготовлены к полету на ракете «Кавошгар-5», заявил в понедельник глава Иранского космического агентства.[/size]
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ЦитироватьС Уоллопса пускают Black Brant V и Terrier-Improved Orion. Трансляция: http://sites.wff.nasa.gov/webcast/

На сегодня облом.  Следующая попытка - завтра.
ЦитироватьWe have scrubbed for today because of cloud vocer at one of teh viewing sites and the activity in the ionosphere is beginnning to go away. We will try again tomorrow. Webcast begins at 8:30 and the launch window is 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Не пей метанол!


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ЦитироватьRocket Launches Completed from NASA Wallops; Second Pair Scheduled July 12[/size]
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 NASA's Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia successfully launched two NASA sounding rockets carrying experiments to study the ionosphere on Sunday, July 10, 2011. The Black Brant V rocket launched at 10 a.m. and the second rocket, a Terrier-Improved Orion, launched 15 seconds later.

 A second pair of Black Brant V/Terrier-Improved Orion rockets will be launched no earlier than Tuesday, July 12, as part of the series to study the ionosphere. The launch window will be 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. The backup days will be July 13 through 23.

 For more information on these missions, please visit the following website: http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/sunearth/news/rockets-atmosphere.html

 The rockets will be visible in the Wallops area.

 The NASA Visitor Center will open at 8:30 a.m. on launch day for viewing the launch.

 The launch will be webcast beginning at 8:30 a.m. on launch day at: http://sites.wff.nasa.gov/webcast

 Launch status can be followed on Twitter at: http://www.twitter.com/NASA_Wallops[/size]

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ЦитироватьHead of Iran Space Agency (ISA) Hamid Fazeli said on Thursday that the Iranian bio-capsule will take a live creature into orbit by early September.
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ЦитироватьArgentina launches rocket to conduct atmospheric research[/size]

English.news.cn   2011-07-12 12:39:57

BUENOS AIRES, July 11 (Xinhua) -- Argentina successfully launched a rocket Monday after several failed attempts, a local government said in a statement.

The rocket Gradicom II was launched at the Chamical Air Base in northern La Rioja province.

The solid fuel-powered rocket was aimed to test-fly a prototype of two-stage rocket, which has a 120-second flight in the outer space, to conduct experiments with its systems and subsystems onboard.

The rocket was 7,686 millimeters long and weighs 933 kilograms and was completely developed by Argentine scientists and technicians.

The Gradicom II was launched to implement a new rocket program for civil and military use. It will set a "new stage for aerospace investigation" in Argentina, according to the statement.

"This is a historic day for the people of La Rioja and, fundamentally, for Argentina," Governor Luis Beder said at the launching ceremony.[/size]
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ЦитироватьSuborbital Skydiver to Jump From Interobital Systems Rocket[/size]
Posted by Doug Messier
on July 15, 2011, at 4:44 pm
in Interorbital Systems

FreeFlyer Olav Zipser with Interorbital's SR145 rocket.

IOS PR — World-renowned skydiver/daredevil Olav Zipser has chosen Mojave rocket manufacturer Interorbital Systems as the launch provider for his attempt to break Joe Kittinger's 1960 high-altitude jump record.

Zipser will forego the previous balloon-lift method used by the current record-holder, and instead will jump from an IOS SR 145 rocket. The launcher will propel Olav to an altitude of over 40 kilometers (about 25 miles)—higher than any manned balloon can possibly go—where he will eject from the launch vehicle and FreeFly back towards Earth in what he intends to be the longest, fastest, and highest skydive in history: his FreeFly Astronaut Project.

"This initial record attempt will be the first of a whole program, culminating with a dive from above the Karman line (100km), from a real space altitude. This is not a stunt. This is a research mission," Zipser stated. "I created the sport of FreeFlying and have gathered a great deal of important data, but more work is required. That's why committing to five rocket launches with IOS; these FreeFly events will happen at increasingly higher altitudes. This scientific data will be gathered to develop a safe return method that will benefit the entire aerospace industry—I can even see this as a new extreme sport with unlimited potential."

Olav leaves in two weeks for Russia, where he will attend the MAKS Air Show and begin a stay at Star City, for training and collaboration on the development of a supersonic spacesuit that can be used as an economical rescue/return alternative for astronauts and space tourists.

For more about Olav's aviation sports research and his fascinating career, visit:
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Цитировать41.092 GO / Rosanova launched successfully from WFF at 7:58 am on 7/21/2011. This was the first mission that I have been assigned to (I am a mechanical engineer working for a contractor for NASA at WFF) as the payload mechanical engineer from the mission initiation through mission closeout to launch from Wallops! I've had one other from White Sands (WSMR) and another that I wasn't on the entire mission from WFF.

The vehicle was a Mk. 12 Terrier - Improved Orion.

The payload was a student experiment carrier designed to be parachute recovered from the ocean surface.

I can provide details if anyone is interested.

3 pictures;
-The payload on the launcher with pad 0B (Taurus II pad) behind it. This is how far the blockhouse for the 41.092 launch is away from the vehicle.
-Rocket on the rail with shelter over it.
-Rocket on the rail with shelter removed.

From Wallops Flight Facility:
The launch of a NASA Terrier-Improved Orion suborbital rocket was successfully conducted at 7:58 a.m. EDT today from NASA's Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia. The launch was carrying experiments developed by undergraduate students at four universities. The mission also included a test of a new recovery system.

The universities involved in the project, supported by the Colorado Space Grant Consortium, were the University of Puerto Rico, University of Wyoming, University of Northern Colorado and University of Colorado at Boulder.

The payload was recovered.

This was the last launch scheduled from Wallops Island during the summer. The next launch, a flight test of a Terrier-Improved Malemute suborbital rocket, is currently scheduled for no earlier than September.[/size]

ЦитироватьRocket Launch Completed from NASA Wallops[/size]
Terrier Orion Launch from Wallops View Larger Image The launch of a NASA Terrier-Improved Orion suborbital rocket was successfully conducted at 7:58 a.m. EDT today from NASA's Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia. The launch was carrying experiments developed by undergraduate students at four universities. The mission also included a test of a new recovery system.

The universities involved in the project, supported by the Colorado Space Grant Consortium, were the University of Puerto Rico, University of Wyoming, University of Northern Colorado and University of Colorado at Boulder.

The payload was recovered.

This was the last launch scheduled from Wallops Island during the summer. The next launch, a flight test of a Terrier-Improved Malemute suborbital rocket, is currently scheduled for no earlier than September.[/size]

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Цитировать'Iran to send Kavoshgar 5 into space'
Mon Aug 22, 2011 2:39PM GMT

Iran plans to launch another domestically-built satellite carrier, Kavoshgar 5, into space by the end of summer, the head of the Iranian Space Agency (ISA) says.

"Kavoshgar (Explorer)'s cargo, with a weight of 300 kg, contains a biological capsule in which a rhesus monkey will be placed," Hamid Fazeli said on Monday.

Fazeli added that the ISA plans to study the vital signs of the living organism and obtain results, "which are important for sending humans to space in the future," Mehr News Agency reported.
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ЦитироватьIran to launch new space mission soon[/size]
Tue Sep 6, 2011 9:10AM GMT

Iran's Defense Minister Brigadier General Ahmad Vahidi has announced the forthcoming launch of a bio-capsule into space carrying a live creature.

Iran's domestically-built satellite carrier, Kavoshgar 5, is tasked with carrying the bio-capsule into space with a live creature over the next few days, IRIB quoted General Vahidi as saying on Tuesday.

Reports indicate that the launch could take place as early as Wednesday. [/size]

Iran's Kavoshgar 4 rocket
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ЦитироватьJapanese ISAS will launch the suborbital S-520-26 on September 11. Launch window is 0150UTC to 1104UTC. This mission will be launched from Uchinoura Space Center.
According to http://blog.livedoor.jp/h2a_f8/, the launch was delayed because of a equipment failure. No new launch date was announced.
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ЦитироватьNASA flight 12.076GT on Sep 8 from Wallops was a test of the Terrier booster,
apparently with a dummy upper stage - it presumably only reached 10 km or so in altitude and I mention it here only to avoid potential confusion - it was not a space launch.
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ЦитироватьИран откладывает отправку примата в космос[/size]
(16:58) 03.10.2011

// CyberSecurity.ru // - Иранское государственное телевидение сегодня сообщило, что планы страны по отправке в космос собственными силами примата отложены на неопределенное время. Хамид Фазели, глава Космического управления Ирана, говорит, что техническая сторона проекта для отправки обезьяны в космос готова, но пока не готовы ученые и подопытные животные. "Как только они будут готовы, мы анонсируем полет", - сказал он.

 Фазели ранее заявлял, что ракета-носитель Кавошгар-5 с 285-килограммовой капсулой, где будет находиться обезьяна, будет запущена в августе на околоземную орбиту высотой 120 км. Сейчас в Иране говорят, что этот старт не состоялся и пока не предоставляют данных о том, когда он мог бы быть. Напомним, что в середине марта этого года Иран запустил ракету Кавошгар-4 с прототипом капсулы на орбиту. Старт был успешным.

 В марте этого года президент Ирана Махмуд Ахмадинежад также заявлял, что до марта 2012 года его страна выведет на орбиту 4 собственных спутника для выполнения разных задач.

 В 2010 году иранские специалисты при помощи ракеты-носителя Кавошгар-3 выводили на орбиту капсулу с крысами, черепахами и червями. Иранские ученые исследовали показатели жизнедеятельности животных. Впервые собственный иранский спутник был выведен на орбиту в 2009 году. К 2020 году страна надеется собственными силами провести пилотируемый полет с участием человека.[/size]
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ЦитироватьГоворят, что пускали в августе-сентябре, и неуспешно:

ЦитироватьAFP: 'Iran Failed With Space Monkey Launch: Report'

Paris, Oct 12 -- Iran acknowledged as a failure Wednesday its attempt to send a live monkey into space last month -- touted as its first step towards launching a man into space.

"The Kavoshgar-5 rocket carrying a capsule with a live animal (a monkey) was launched during Shahrivar," an Iranian calendar month spanning August 23 to September 22, Deputy Science Minister Mohammad Mehdinejad-Nouri was quoted as saying by the ISNA news agency.

"However, the launch was not publicised as all of its anticipated objectives were not accomplished," Mehdinejad-Nouri told reporters.

He said the launch of a live animal into space was "strategic, and a priority," and expressed hope that future launches would attain more of the objectives set.

On October 3, Iran indefinitely postponed plans to send a live monkey into space, without giving any reasons.

"One cannot give a set date for this project and as soon as our nation's scientists announce the readiness (of the project) it will be announced," said Hamid Fazeli, head of Iran's Space Organisation.

The project envisaged launching a capsule with life support using the Kavoshgar-5 rocket to an altitude of 120 kilometres (75 miles) for a 20-minute sub-orbital flight.

The project was unveiled in February by President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

At the time, Fazeli touted the launch of a large animal as the first step towards sending a man into space, which Tehran says is scheduled for 2020.

In mid-March, Iran announced the successful launch of an earlier version of the rocket, Kavoshgar-4, carrying a test capsule designed to house the monkey.

Iran has already sent small animals into space -- a rat, turtles and worms -- aboard a capsule carried by its Kavoshgar-3 rocket in 2010.

The Islamic republic, which first put a satellite into orbit in 2009, has outlined an ambitious space programme amid Western concerns the rocket technology may be linked to developing ballistic missiles that could deliver nuclear warheads.

Tehran has repeatedly denied that its nuclear and scientific programmes mask military ambitions.

Бедная обезьянка...
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ЦитироватьUP Aerospace Awarded NASA, DOD Contracts for Spaceport America Launches[/size]
Posted by Doug Messier on October 11, 2011, at 12:15 pm

 UP AEROSPACE PR – NASA's Office of Chief Technologist Launch Opportunities Program has awarded UP Aerospace a contract to integrate technology payloads and launch them into space on up to 8 flights using the company's SpaceLoft rocket. The launch contract is part of the 2 year IDIQ contract awarded to the firm on August 9, 2011. The contract reserves 2 SpaceLoft launches with options to purchase 6 additional flights in 2012 and 2013. The first flight for NASA is in the planning phase and is expected to be launched from Spaceport America in the 1st quarter of 2012. UP Aerospace has teamed with Schafer Corporation to provide NASA with comprehensive launch and payload integration services.

The US Department of Defense Operationally Responsive Space Office has awarded UP Aerospace a full manifested sub-orbital launch contract to be flown from Spaceport America in New Mexico. UP Aerospace will launch their sixth SpaceLoft for the DoD to an altitude of 115 km. This will be the forth mission flown by UP Aerospace for the DoD and the first fully dedicated launch for the defense agency. The official launch date for this mission is under negotiations with the DoD but is anticipated to be in the first quarter of 2012[/size].
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Два пуска 11 и 13 октября:


This is a completed mission. The information shown here is no longer kept up to date.

The two-stage sounding rockets in the CHAMPS campaign will investigate meteoric smoke particles.
Image by: Trond Abrahamsen.

The CHAMPS mission (Charge and Mass of Meteoric Smoke Particles) is set to investigate the number, density, charge, and mass distribution of meteoritic smoke particles.

These particles are believed to play an important role in the creation of noctilucent clouds (NLC).

Two sounding rockets will be launched; one around local noon and one around local midnight. The primary instrument used is the forward facing Mesospheric Aerosol Sampling Spectrometer, which has been flown on past missions.

The launch vehicles will be using Terrier Mk12 as first stage and Improved Orion for second stage. The expected apogee will be around 130 kilometers.
Principal Investigator

Dr Scott Robertson, University of Colorado.

Launch Site
The launch operation will be performed from Andoya.[/size]



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ЦитироватьCode 810: Sounding Rockets Program Office

36.264 UH Terrier-Black Brant  was launched from White Sands Missile Range on November 6, 2011. The purpose of this mission is to measure the spectrum of the diffuse X-ray emission from the interstellar medium over the energy range 0.07 to 1 keV. The Principal Investigator is Dr. Dan McCammon/University of Wisconsin.
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