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ЦитатаGEM 63XL Static Test Northrop Grumman13 авг. 2020 г.The GEM 63XL underwent its first qualification static test firing at the Promontory, Utah, facility Test Area.
Цитата NASA @NASA 15 мин. назад3...2...1... fire. The @NASA_SLS rocket booster test is in progress.https://video.twimg.com/amplify_video/1301234923949314048/vid/1280x720/ULSEhKebN2KsrB31.mp4 (0:29)
ЦитатаSpace Launch System Rocket Booster Test NASAТрансляция началась 28 минут назад
ЦитатаSept. 2, 2020NASA Conducts SLS Booster Test for Future Artemis MissionsAs NASA begins assembling the boosters for the Space Launch System (SLS) rocket that will power the first Artemis mission to the Moon, teams in Utah are evaluating materials and processes to improve rocket boosters for use on missions after Artemis III.NASA completed a full-scale booster test for NASA's Space Launch System rocket in Promontory, Utah, on Sept. 2. NASA and Northrop Grumman, the SLS booster lead contractor, will use data from the test to evaluate the motor's performance using potential new materials and processes that can be incorporated into future boosters. NASA has a contract with Northrop Grumman to build boosters for future rocket flights."Landing the first woman and the next man on the Moon is just the beginning of NASA's Artemis Program," said NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine. "The SLS flight support booster firing is a crucial part of sustaining missions to the Moon. NASA's goal is to take what we learn living and working on the Moon and use it to send humans on the first missions to Mars."NASA and Northrop Grumman successfully complete the Flight Support Booster-1 (FSB-1) test in Promontory, Utah, on Sept. 2. The full-scale booster firing was conducted with new materials and processes that may be used for NASA's Space Launch System (SLS) rocket boosters. NASA and Northrop Grumman, the SLS boosters lead contractor, will use data from the test to evaluate the motor's performance using potential new materials and processes for Artemis missions beyond the initial Moon landing in 2024.The SLS boosters are the largest, most powerful boosters ever built for flight. The two boosters on the rocket provide more than 75% of the thrust needed to launch NASA's future deep space missions through NASA's Artemis lunar program. Northrop Grumman is the lead contractor for the SLS boosters.For a little over two minutes -- the same amount of time that the boosters power the SLS rocket during liftoff and flight for each Artemis mission -- the five-segment flight support booster fired in the Utah desert, producing more than 3 million pounds of thrust.NASA and Northrop Grumman have previously completed three development motor tests and two qualification motor tests. Today's test, called Flight Support Booster-1 (FSB-1), builds on prior tests with the introduction of propellant ingredients from new suppliers for boosters on SLS rockets to support flights after Artemis III."NASA is simultaneously making progress on assembling and manufacturing the solid rocket boosters for the first three Artemis missions and looking ahead toward missions beyond the initial Moon landing," said John Honeycutt, the SLS Program Manager at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama. "Today marks the first flight support booster test to confirm the rocket motor's performance using potential new materials for Artemis IV and beyond."The SLS boosters are the largest, most powerful boosters ever built for flight. The flight support booster used in the test is the same size and has the same power as the flight version of a five-segment solid rocket booster used for NASA's Artemis missions. The Artemis I boosters are currently being prepared for launch at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida."This flight support booster test is the first motor firing NASA and Northrop Grumman have completed since qualifying the booster design for the Space Launch System rocket," said Bruce Tiller, SLS Boosters Office Manager at Marshall. "Full-scale booster tests are rare, so NASA tries to test multiple objectives at one time so we are highly confident that any changes we make to the boosters will still enable them to perform as expected on launch day."NASA is working to land the first woman and next man on the Moon by 2024. The SLS rocket, Orion spacecraft, Gateway, and human landing system are part of NASA's backbone for deep space exploration. The Artemis program is the next step in human space exploration as part of America's broader Moon to Mars exploration approach. Experience gained at the Moon will enable humanity's next giant leap: sending humans to Mars. SLS is the only rocket that can send Orion, astronauts and supplies to the Moon in a single mission.Last Updated: Sept. 2, 2020Editor: Jennifer Harbaugh
ЦитатаNorthrop Grumman Successfully Tests NASA's Space Launch System Booster for Artemis MissionsWorld's largest human-rated twin solid rocket boosters will provide more than 75 percent of thrust required to launch NASA's super heavy-lift SLS rocketSeptember 02, 2020PROMONTORY, Utah - Sept. 2, 2020 - NASA and Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE: NOC) have successfully conducted a full-scale static fire test of NASA's Space Launch System (SLS) rocket motor, known as Flight Support Booster (FSB-1), in Promontory.NASA and Northrop Grumman successfully conducted a full-scale static fire test of NASA's Space Launch System (SLS) rocket motor, known as Flight Support Booster (FSB-1), in Promontory, Utah, on Sep. 2. During the test, the 154-foot-long, five-segment rocket motor fired for just over two minutes, producing 3.6 million pounds of thrust. Two SLS boosters will provide more than 75 percent of the initial thrust for an SLS launch for Artemis missions.During the test, the 154-foot-long, five-segment rocket motor fired for just over two minutes, producing 3.6 million pounds of thrust. Two SLS boosters will provide more than 75 percent of the initial thrust for an SLS launch."NASA's Artemis missions, powered by Northrop Grumman boosters, will push the boundaries of what is possible for human exploration in space," said Charlie Precourt, vice president, propulsion systems, Northrop Grumman. "We have built, qualified and delivered flight hardware for Artemis I, and we are committed to the continuous improvement and testing of our products to provide the best solid propulsion to fuel NASA's missions to the moon and beyond."The company developed this motor based on the flight-proven design of the space shuttle boosters with enhanced technologies and updated materials to support NASA's most powerful rocket to date. The new five-segment booster configuration provides 20 percent greater average thrust than the shuttle boosters, aiding in the SLS rocket's ability to deliver greater mass and volume by generating greater departure energy than any existing launch vehicle.Prior to this test, NASA and Northrop Grumman conducted a series of ground tests beginning in 2010 to satisfy requirements for certification of the booster. FSB-1 evaluated ballistic parameters and performance of propellant materials from new sources, an upgrade to enable the booster to meet the high performance demands of SLS.Northrop Grumman has delivered the first set of rocket motor segments for Artemis I boosters. The second set of motors for the Artemis II boosters are nearly complete, and rocket motor segments for Artemis III are in production. Materials evaluated in today's test could be used in missions following Artemis III.From the first lunar lander to the space shuttle boosters, to supplying the International Space Station with vital cargo, Northrop Grumman has pioneered new products and ideas that have been put into orbit, on the moon, and in deep space for more than 50 years. As a major contributor to NASA's Artemis program, the company is building on its mission heritage with new innovations to enable NASA to return humans to the moon, with the ultimate goal of human exploration of Mars.Northrop Grumman solves the toughest problems in space, aeronautics, defense and cyberspace to meet the ever evolving needs of our customers worldwide. Our 90,000 employees define possible every day using science, technology and engineering to create and deliver advanced systems, products and services.
ЦитатаNASA Tests Space Launch System Rocket Booster for Artemis Missions NASA2 сент. 2020 г.
ЦитатаEngineers Complete 5th Green Run Test of Space Launch System Core Stage NASA Stennis14 сент. 2020 г.
ЦитатаNASA Completes Fifth Green Run Test for First Artemis Moon RocketKathryn HambletonPosted Sep 14, 2020 at 6:13 pmEngineers have completed the fifth of eight Green Run tests on the core stage of NASA's new Space Launch System (SLS) rocket, continuing progress toward a hot fire test this fall. Operators evaluated the stage's thrust vector control system on the historic B-2 Test Stand at NASA's Stennis Space Center near Bay St. Louis, Miss., on Sept. 13. The test provided critical verification of the control system and its related hydraulics as operators moved the stage's four RS-25 engines as they must move during flight to steer the rocket and maintain a proper trajectory. The stage now is set for two more tests - a simulated countdown demonstration and wet dress rehearsal - directly leading to the hot fire of all four RS-25 engines, as during an actual flight.In the countdown demonstration, engineers will simulate the launch countdown and procedures to validate the established timeline and sequence of events. In the wet dress rehearsal, engineers will conduct another countdown exercise and actually load, control and drain more than 700,000 gallons of cryogenic propellants to ensure all is set for the final test of the Green Run series. The concluding test will activate all stage systems and fire the four RS-25 engines to generate the same combined 1.6 million pounds of thrust that will help launch the SLS rocket when it flies on the Artemis I mission.
ЦитатаTESTING THE VULCAIN®2.1 ENGINE FOR THE FIRST ARIANE 6 FLIGHT08-07-2020At the end of July, the Vulcain®2.1 engine for the first Ariane 6 flight successfully passed its acceptance testThis test is the first 'production' test for the Vulcain®2.1 engine. The engine and test bed were fitted with more than 80 specific measurement sensors to characterize acoustics. This makes it possible to predict the expected levels at the launch pad in Kourou, notably during the stage tests planned for 2021.This cryogenic engine delivers 135 metric tons of thrust in a vacuum. It will drive the Ariane 6 for the first eight minutes of flight.Heading for the maiden flight!https://www.ariane.group/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/20200730-ArianeGroup-Vulcain-Version-courte-06.webm (1:45)
Цитата Firefly Aerospace @Firefly_Space 4 ч. назадToday we performed a test of the Alpha flight first stage. The four Reaver engines performed 35 seconds of thrust vector control maneuvers, challenging the flame deflectors to constrain all that Reaver power! Today's test was a major step in Firefly's march to first flight.https://video.twimg.com/ext_tw_video/1307535424701763584/pu/vid/1280x720/2AhWiPkH4lDG8Jwo.mp4 (0:45)4 ч. назадAnother view of tonight's test!https://video.twimg.com/ext_tw_video/1307535772225073152/pu/vid/1280x720/QPjnzZ8hu04Fwm8L.mp4 (0:43)
Цитата: Sаlyutman от 20.09.2020 22:41:34Где-то с неделю назад начались динамические испытания машины "В" четвёртого этапа. Трясут связку УРМ-2+АМ+ПС+ИПН.
Цитата: владимир смурной от 21.09.2020 18:15:47Цитата: Sаlyutman от 20.09.2020 22:41:34Где-то с неделю назад начались динамические испытания машины "В" четвёртого этапа. Трясут связку УРМ-2+АМ+ПС+ИПН.Прошу извинить за мою «замшелость», но что такое «В» четвёртого этапа?
Цитата: Sаlyutman от 21.09.2020 20:54:22Цитата: владимир смурной от 21.09.2020 18:15:47Цитата: Sаlyutman от 20.09.2020 22:41:34Где-то с неделю назад начались динамические испытания машины "В" четвёртого этапа. Трясут связку УРМ-2+АМ+ПС+ИПН.Прошу извинить за мою «замшелость», но что такое «В» четвёртого этапа?Стендовое изделие для динамических испытаний. На первом этапе трясли УРМ-2, на втором - связку УРМ-2+АМ, на третьем к этой связке добавили ПС и на четвёртом - ещё и ИПН.
Цитата SpaceX @SpaceX 1 ч. назадCompleted a full duration test fire of the Raptor Vacuum engine at SpaceX's rocket development facility in McGregor, Texashttps://video.twimg.com/ext_tw_video/1309315194460360704/pu/vid/1280x720/2ltd2EsQYk-PgQM4.mp4 (0:15)1 ч. назадRVac and sea level Raptor with a human for scale