Dragon SpX-5 (CRS5) - Falcon 9 v1.1 - Канаверал SLC-40 - 10.01.2015 12:47 ДМВ

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А почему не выровнялась при движении влево?





The Dragon spacecraft is scheduled to detach from the Earth-facing side of the station's Harmony module and release through commands sent by ground controllers in mission control at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston operating the Canadarm 2 robotic arm. Mission control will maneuver Dragon into place for its release, which is scheduled for 2:09 p.m.
Dragon will execute three thruster firings to move a safe distance from the space station for its deorbit burn at approximately 7 p.m. The spacecraft will splash down in the Pacific Ocean around 7:44 p.m. The deorbit burn and the splashdown will not air on NASA TV.
In the event that weather at the landing zone does not permit a Feb. 10 departure, the next available opportunity is on Feb. 11 with a 1:17 p.m. departure time with NASA TV coverage beginning at 12:45 p.m.


07.02.2015 01:43:41 #604 Последнее редактирование: 07.02.2015 01:44:18 от Salo
"Были когда-то и мы рысаками!!!"


ЦитатаAstro Cat пишет:

это цитата, а не юмор


08.02.2015 14:37:11 #607 Последнее редактирование: 08.02.2015 14:37:31 от Бука
ЦитатаOleg пишет:
Когда будет следующее шоу?

Cтранно что нет отдельной темы.

До старта 11 часов осталось. http://www.spacex.com/webcast/

The DSCOVR launch window will open at approximately 6:10pm EST on Sunday, February 8, 2015, from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida.
Земля слишком маленькая и хрупкая корзина, чтобы человечество держало в ней все свои яйца.  
Роберт Энсон Хайнлайн.


10.02.2015 13:52:43 #609 Последнее редактирование: 10.02.2015 13:53:29 от Salo
ЦитатаSpaceX plans a busy day Tuesday       
Posted on February 9, 2015 by Stephen Clark

File photo of a SpaceX Dragon supply ship at the International Space Station. Credit: NASA
Tuesday is shaping up to be a busy day for SpaceX, with the liftoff of a Falcon 9 rocket carrying a NOAA space weather satellite, an experimental booster flyback maneuver to advance reusable launch technologies, and the splashdown of a Dragon cargo capsule returning fr om the International Space Station.
The planned series of major spaceflight events in quick succession will perhaps make for the most active operational day in the history of SpaceX, which was established in 2002 by Elon Musk, co-founder of PayPal, who later set up Tesla Motors, the electric car company.
SpaceX has grown to around 4,000 employees working on commercial space launches, missions to resupply the space station, development of a next-generation crew-carrying capsule, engine production, the design of more powerful launchers, and a new venture to broadcast Internet via satellite.
"Tuesday will be a busy day, but SpaceX has planned and prepared for this scenario," said John Taylor, a SpaceX spokesperson. "We have separate operations and recovery teams on both coasts so we are equipped to handle both events simultaneously."
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The Dragon's re-entry will be controlled by a team of engineers based at SpaceX headquarters in Hawthorne, Calif., and a recovery team is stationed in the Pacific Ocean to retrieve the capsule.
SpaceX's launch team at Cape Canaveral will oversee the Falcon 9's countdown Tuesday and monitor its trek into space with NOAA's $340 million Deep Space Climate Observatory, a mission to detect incoming solar storms and provide warnings to forecasters.
Another team is positioned in the Atlantic Ocean nearly 400 miles off Florida's East Coast, where the Falcon 9's booster stage will attempt to land on a modified barge.
The Falcon 9 launch was supposed to occur Sunday, but technical problems kept the flight grounded. Dragon's re-entry was already scheduled for Tuesday.
The operations will begin with the release of the Dragon supply ship fr om the space station's 58-foot robotic arm at approximately 2:10 p.m. EST (1910 GMT). The ship's departure will end a 29-day stay at the space station, wh ere it arrived Jan. 12 with more than 5,000 pounds of supplies and experiments.
The capsule is returning to Earth with nearly 3,700 pounds of cargo.
NASA says the cargo includes specimens and equipment from investigations in human physiology research, biology and biotechnology studies, physical science experiments and education activities sponsored by NASA and the Center for the Advancement of Science in Space.
Other items packed inside the Dragon's pressurized module will be repaired or refurbished for launch again, including a spacesuit with a problem with its fan motor that will be returned for analysis by engineers.
The Dragon spacecraft is the only one of the space station's servicing vehicles capable of returning large amounts of cargo to Earth. Russia's Soyuz ferry craft can bring home limited equipment with space station crews, and other resupply ships burn up in Earth's atmosphere to dispose of trash that would otherwise congest the lab's interior.
Once set free by the space station robotic arm, the Dragon will fire its thrusters to fly away from the vicinity of the complex before targeting splashdown in the Pacific Ocean about five-and-a-half hours later.
Fueling of SpaceX's Falcon 9 launcher at Cape Canaveral is set to begin just after the Dragon cargo craft leaves the space station.
The SpaceX launch team will fill the two-stage rocket with kerosene and liquid oxygen propellants about three hours before liftoff, which is targeted for 6:05:34 p.m. EST (2305:34 GMT).
Launch of the Falcon 9 was set for Sunday, but officials aborted the countdown after encountering problems with a U.S. Air Force tracking radar required to monitor the rocket's trajectory.
SpaceX also ran into trouble with a video transmitter on the rocket, and technicians planned to replace the faulty unit before Tuesday's launch attempt.

SpaceX's mission control center at the company's headquarters in Hawthorne, Calif. Photo credit: NASA TV
The rocket will take more than a half-hour to dispatch NOAA's DSCOVR spacecraft on a speedy path toward the L1 Lagrange point, a gravitationally-stable location nearly a million miles from Earth in line with the sun. The refrigerator-sized satellite carries instruments to measure the solar wind and look back at Earth, collecting data on the planet's energy output and six daily images of the world's sunlit disk.
Before the Falcon 9's upper stage finishes its job on Tuesday's launch, the rocket's booster stage will try a dicey flyback maneuver to slow down and re-enter the atmosphere.
SpaceX is shooting for a propulsive vertical descent and landing on a football field-sized ship in the Atlantic Ocean less than 10 minutes after liftoff. If successful, the achievement would be a first.
The reusability demonstration is a redo after a similar maneuver ended with a crash landing on the barge after the Jan. 10 launch of a Dragon cargo craft -- the same capsule set for return to Earth on Tuesday.
SpaceX's final major activity Tuesday will be the parachute-assisted splashdown of the Dragon capsule in the Pacific Ocean a few hundred miles west of Baja California.
A braking maneuver around 7 p.m. EST (0000 GMT Wednesday) will set the capsule on a course toward the landing zone, then the capsule will jettison its unpressurized expendable solar arrays and trunk section.
Splashdown is set for 7:44 p.m. EST (0044 GMT) to conclude SpaceX's fifth operational resupply flight to the space station. The return is timed a couple of hours before sunset at the landing site, marking the first evening recovery of a Dragon cargo capsule by SpaceX.
Ground crews will hoist the capsule on the deck of a ship and return to a port near Los Angeles, wh ere SpaceX will begin handing over cargo to NASA.

Follow Stephen Clark on Twitter: @StephenClark1.
"Были когда-то и мы рысаками!!!"


11.02.2015 03:16:34 #611 Последнее редактирование: 11.02.2015 03:15:14 от bavv Причина: add x2
ЦитатаElon Musk ‏@elonmusk 2 мин.2 минуты назад
Launch postponed to tomorrow due to high winds at the Cape, but Dragon still inbound from orbit in 90 mins
Цитата@SpaceflightNow 6 мин.6 минут назад
After Falcon 9 launch scrub, SpaceX's Dragon supply ship continues toward re-entry and splashdown.
Live coverage: http://spaceflightnow.com/2015/01/05/spacex-5-mission-status-center/ ...
ЦитатаISS Updates ‏@ISS101 1 мин.1 минуту назад
 A good Deorbit Burn has been confirmed. #Dragon is coming up on Entry Interface en-route to splashdown in ~30 minutes.


ЦитатаSpaceX ‏@SpaceX 51 сек.52 секунды назад
Drogue and main parachutes have deployed, #Dragon minutes from splashdown.


ЦитатаSpaceX ‏@SpaceX 8 сек.9 секунд назад
#Dragon splashdown confirmed!


ЦитатаElon Musk ‏@elonmusk 4 мин.
 Dragon splashdown off the California coast


Цитата‏@SpaceX 23 мин.
Splashdown of #Dragon in the Pacific from earlier today, carrying about 3,700 lbs of cargo from the @Space_Station.

@elonmusk 39 мин
Coming home


Почти 1,7 т груза вернул - не хило. Понятное дело, в основном хлам, но всё же  :) . Интересно, Роскосмос планирует пользоваться их услугами? Или нет необходимости совсем (мусор сжигают Прогрессами, мелочь спускают на Союзах)?

Андрей Суворов

Цитатаbavv пишет:
ЦитатаElon Musk ‏@elonmusk 4 мин.
 Dragon splashdown off the California coast
Что-то как-то парашютов маловато, не?


11.02.2015 09:49:44 #618 Последнее редактирование: 11.02.2015 09:51:34 от pnetmon
ЦитатаАндрей Суворов пишет:
Цитатаbavv пишет:
ЦитатаElon Musk ‏@elonmusk 4 мин.
 Dragon splashdown off the California coast
Что-то как-то парашютов маловато, не?   
в нормальном размере видно 3 парашюта, из них один на снимке заслоняет другой, особенно на верхнем фото по верху парашюта


Цитатаpova пишет:
Интересно, Роскосмос планирует пользоваться их услугами?
Планирует и пользуется, как по доставке, так и по возвращению, но исключительно в случае крайней необходимости, когда не получается на собственных средствах доставки и возвращения по срокам и объему.