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https://spaceflightnow.com/2018/06/08/soyuz-delivers-crew-of-three-to-international-space-station/
ЦитатаSoyuz delivers crew of three to International Space Station
June 8, 2018 | William Harwood

STORY WRITTEN FOR CBS NEWS & USED WITH PERMISSION


The Soyuz MS-09 spacecraft approaches the International Space Station's Rassvet module for docking Friday. Credit: NASA TV

Two days after launch fr om Kazakhstan, a Russian Soyuz spacecraft carrying a crew of three wrapped up a problem-free rendezvous Friday, docking at the International Space Station's Earth-facing Rassvet port less than a week after three other crew members departed.

With Soyuz MS-09/55S commander Sergey Prokopyev at the controls, the ferry ship's docking mechanism engaged its space station counterpart at 9:01 a.m. EDT (GMT-4) as the two spacecraft sailed 253 miles above the Pacific Ocean and the Philippines. Hooks and latches retracted a few moments later, locking the ship in place.

Prokopyev, flight engineer Alexander Gerst and NASA physician-astronaut Serena Auñón-Chancellor then stood by for another 90-minute trip around the world while flight controllers verified an airtight, structurally sound seal before opening hatches to lab complex.

Standing by to welcome them aboard were Expedition 56 commander Drew Feustel, flight engineer Ricky Arnold and Russian cosmonaut Oleg Artemyev, commander of the Soyuz MS-08/54S ferry ship that carried them into space last March 21.

The first items on the agenda were a traditional video chat with friends and family standing by in Moscow followed by a safety briefing.
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"Usually, the arriving crew is given a couple of days off to catch their breath and relax after a trip fr om the launch pad in Baikonur to the station," said NASA commentator Rob Navias. "That will not be the case this weekend."

Next Thursday, Feustel and Arnold plan to continue work outside the station and Navias said Gerst and Auñón-Chancellor face a busy weekend helping their crewmates prepare.

Prokopyev and Auñón-Chancellor are making their first space flight while Gerst, a German geophysicist representing the European Space Agency, is making his second following a 165-day stay aboard the station in 2014.

Auñón-Chancellor should be well suited for life aboard the space station. She spent more than nine months in Star City near Moscow supporting medical operations with space station crew members, two months in Antarctica searching for meteorites as part of a scientific expedition and later served as an aquanaut aboard the Aquarius underwater laboratory.

Compared to her past experience, the space station should be downright roomy.

"Funny enough, the space station is as big as a five bedroom house, and I've often heard there are whole days that go by wh ere you will not see most of your crew the entire day because they're working in one section, you're working in another, and you may catch each other at mealtime," she said in a pre-flight interview.

"It's amazing to think that the size fo the space station we have up there right now can support this big family. There's plenty of room."

And, with the station's crew back up to six, plenty of time for a full slate of scientific research.

Gerst said he looked forward to a medical study charting how brain function changes during long-term exposure to the microgravity environment of space.

"They're going to look at detailed changes during the flight because when we're up there, it's a little bit like what people suffer after having a stroke, which is certain regions of the brain are not working properly anymore," he said. "For us up there in space, that's the sense of balance, our orthostatic senses are not completely working anymore, the brain has to compensate for that.

"How does it do that, how does it not lose orientation in space? It switches over to the visual sense, and that switch over is very similar to what people experience when they have a stroke and have to re-learn how to walk, to speak, all those things. The processes are similar. ... For us, luckily, (those changes are) reversible, but we hope we can use that to develop a treatment for people on Earth."

Auñón-Chancellor plans to put her medical training to work using herself as a research subject. Roughly half the men and women who fly in space suffer nausea and other symptoms brought on by weightlessness as fluids shift in the body during the first few days in orbit.

"You hear all these stories about how people feel, the fluid shift they feel in their bodies, everything in those first few days of flight," she said. "So the first kind of big experiment is almost my own case study wh ere I look at myself and see how I react and maybe compare that with those of my colleagues."

She said she was particularly interested in how the body responds to "low-level chronic insults."

"What I mean by that is how well the body with adapting to low-level radiation, levels of carbon dioxide that are maybe a little higher on station than they are on Earth, a change in nutrition, microgravity itself," she said. "The body does a fantastic job adapting, but you still see markers of that. So what markers are we missing?"
She'll (Auñón-Chancellor) have a full six months to find out. Feustel's crew is scheduled to return to Earth Oct. 4 while Auñón-Chancellor and her crewmates plan to remain aloft until  Dec. 13.

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ЦитатаOleg Artemyev‏Подлинная учетная запись @OlegMKS 24 мин. назад

Успел сделать несколько фотографий стыковки #СоюзМС09 c #МКС

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Some pictures of the #SoyuzMS09 docking with the International @Space_Station

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ЦитатаHorizons mission - docking and hatch opening highlights

European Space Agency, ESA

Опубликовано: 8 июн. 2018 г.

After orbiting Earth 34 times to catch up to the International Space Station, the car-sized spacecraft carrying ESA astronaut Alexander Gerst, NASA astronaut Serena Auñón-Chancellor and Roscosmos commander Sergei Prokopyev, arrived at the Station two days after launch.

The German astronaut is a returning visitor to the International Space Station, the first of ESA's 2009 class of astronauts to be sent into space for a second time. During the second part of his mission Alexander will take over as commander of the International Space Station, only the second time an ESA astronaut will take on this role so far.

The mission is called Horizons as a symbol for the unknown and what lies beyond - reflecting on ESA's strategy to extend human and robotic exploration beyond Earth orbit. While in space, Alexander will work on over 50 European experiments, including testing ways of operating and working with robots to develop techniques required for further human and robotic exploration of our Solar System.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hbhY-XVqRo4https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hbhY-XVqRo4 (1:41)

George

ЦитатаКубик пишет:
ЦитатаGeorge пишет: https://youtu.be/00uftjSjcnk?t=47s Отсюда видно постороннее свечение в факеле. Надеюсь, что это был кусочек абляционного покрытия сопел двигателя.
Нашёл повод пошуметь  :o  Это когда же в РД-108 покрытие появилось?  :(  Давай покадрово, с анализом..  :)  
https://cdn1.savepice.ru/uploads/2018/6/8/ab130342e6db469c90f4afce3fe16260-full.jpg

Мне пришлось поставить ссылку. 

Я надеюсь, что после этого будут проверены уже изготовленные РН. Когда я это увидел, то распереживался, так и до беды недалеко. 

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Цитата«Союз МС-09»: старт лета

Телестудия Роскосмоса

Опубликовано: 9 июн. 2018 г.

К Международной космической станции с Байконура отправился пилотируемый корабль «Союз МС-09» с интернациональным экипажем новой экспедиции. Через двое суток «Союз» пристыковался к МКС. Пилотируемую пусковую кампанию в октябре продолжит корабль «Союз МС-10», а перед самым новым годом к станции отправится «Союз МС-11».
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WCV-Ce3F-Jkhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WCV-Ce3F-Jk (4:35)

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ЦитатаDave Dickinson‏ @Astroguyz 23 ч. назад

New reentry on the board: the Soyuz SL-4 rocket body that launched #SoyuzMS09 a few days ago, set to reenter on June 11 at 8:02 UT+/-17 hours: http://www.aerospace.org/cords/reentry-predictions/upcoming-reentries-2-2/sl-4-rocket-body-3/ ... We might also see it trailing the #ISS by ~10 minutes on tonite's 9:22 PM EDT pass over the US SE:


Кубик

ЦитатаGeorge пишет: Мне пришлось поставить ссылку.
Эта ссылка говорит о том, что КС РД-108 имеет покрытие? Примите капельки, успокойтесь..Это не первый такой кадр  и не последний..
И бесы веруют... И - трепещут!

Feol

ЦитатаGeorge пишет:
ЦитатаКубик пишет:
ЦитатаGeorge пишет: https://youtu.be/00uftjSjcnk?t=47s Отсюда видно постороннее свечение в факеле. Надеюсь, что это был кусочек абляционного покрытия сопел двигателя.
Нашёл повод пошуметь  :o  Это когда же в РД-108 покрытие появилось?  :(  Давай покадрово, с анализом..  :)  
https://cdn1.savepice.ru/uploads/2018/6/8/ab130342e6db469c90f4afce3fe16260-full.jpg

Мне пришлось поставить ссылку.

Я надеюсь, что после этого будут проверены уже изготовленные РН. Когда я это увидел, то распереживался, так и до беды недалеко.
Кусок льда с кислородных баков ракеты отлетел и попал в зону факела. Часто бывает.
Человек - лишь пылинка в яростном вихре судьбы...

George

ЦитатаFeol пишет:
Кусок льда с кислородных баков ракеты отлетел и попал в зону факела. Часто бывает.
               
                  
Надеюсь, вы правы и все ок. 
ЦитатаКубик пишет:
Эта ссылка говорит о том, что КС РД-108 имеет покрытие?
Я любитель, могу запамятовать. Спасибо, что напомнили о том, что покрытия в РД-107 нет.

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ЦитатаDave Dickinson‏ @Astroguyz 6 ч. назад

It's down. The SL-4 rocket body that launched #SoyuzMS09 last week (NORAD ID 2018-051B) reentered earlier today at 8:47 UT+/-1 minute over central Africa in the daytime: http://www.aerospace.org/cords/reentry-predictions/upcoming-reentries-2-2/sl-4-rocket-body-3/ ... No videos have surfaced.


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Запуск. Съёмка в кабине КК
ЦитатаHorizons mission - Soyuz: launch to orbit

European Space Agency, ESA

Опубликовано: 25 июн. 2018 г.

This unique video shows a full launch of the Soyuz MS-09: from liftoff to orbit.

Watch the launch from inside the crew capsule with first-ever shots from outside the spacecraft recorded by cameras fixed to the exterior of the Soyuz.
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The intense launch lasts less than ten minutes whereby the Soyuz spacecraft is propelled 1640 km and gains 210 km altitude. Every second for nine minutes, the spacecraft accelerates 50 km/h on average as the rocket's boosters burn their fuel and are discarded. See the astronaut's reactions and what the spacecraft looks like as the main steps are carried out to get into orbit:

-00:12 Launch command issued
-00:10 Engine turbopumps at flight speed
-00:05 Engines at maximum thrust
 00:00 Launch
+01:54 Separation of emergency rescue system
+01:57 First stage separation
+02:38 Fairing separation
+04:48 Second stage separation
+04:58 Tail adapter separation
+08:45 Third stage engine cut off having arrived in orbit
+08:49 Soyuz separation, deploy solar arrays and antennae

The astronauts, from left to right, are NASA astronaut Serena Auñón-Chancellor, Roscosmos commander Sergei Prokopyev and ESA astronaut and flight engineer Alexander Gerst launched in the Soyuz MS-09 spacecraft from the Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan to the International Space Station on 6 June 2018. ESA astronaut Matthias Maurer and ESA television host Richard Hollingham provide commentary taken from the live event.

Hunched in their Sokol flight suits that offer protection in case of fire or depressurisation, the trio stay in the crew capsule of the Soyuz - the only module that is also designed to survive a return to Earth. The bags above their heads contain supplies for the International Space Station as every bit of space is used.

During a Soyuz launch astronauts typically experience forces of up to 4g - having to work while being pressed into their seats with a force that is four times more than the gravity felt on Earth. The Soyuz commander uses a stick to press buttons as they are too far away from the control panel.

The fluffy toys above the astronauts' heads are mascots and good luck charms but also serve as a simple but effective test to see when the spacecraft is in orbit: when they start to float the spacecraft is weightless and orbiting Earth. Above Sergei is the mascot for the 2018 FIFA soccer World Cup held in Russia. Alexander took German children television icon "Die Maus" with him.

The launch went as planned as the 50-m tall Soyuz rocket propelled the astronauts to their cruising speed of around 28 800 km/h.
For this launch the astronauts took 34 orbits of Earth over two days to arrive at their destination spending their time in the cramped orbital module of the Soyuz that is no larger than a car. With limited communications and living space the astronauts had time to adapt to weightlessness and reflect on their mission ahead. They aligned their spacecraft with the International Space Station and approached the orbital outpost for docking on 8 June 2018. The files for this video were downloaded by the astronauts after arriving at the Space Station.

Alexander is a returning visitor to the International Space Station, the first of ESA's 2009 class of astronauts to be sent into space for a second time. During the second part of his mission Alexander will take over as commander of the International Space Station, only the second time an ESA astronaut will take on this role so far.

Credits: ESA / NASA / Roscosmos
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fr_hXLDLc38https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fr_hXLDLc38 (10:06)

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Цитата Космонавт Сергей Прокопьев
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Друзья! 

Приветствую вас на своей официальной странице в Вконтакте.

Перед тем как отправиться в свой первый космический полёт, я обещал начать вести соцсети с борта МКС. С удовольствием выполняю своё обещание! По мере возможности я буду рассказывать о жизни на МКС, делиться эксклюзивными фото, впечатлениями и открытиями. Впереди ещё долгое и увлекательное путешествие. Буду рад вашей поддержке. Жду комментарии и пожелания.