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ЦитироватьChris G - NSF @ChrisG_NSF 34 мин. назадFor a bit more launch time context for the #SpaceX launch of #CRS17 on NET 1 May, liftoff looks to be tracking 03:59:54-ish EDT. Launch will be instantaneous, so to-the-second time is important. Could be off by ~15secs but looking like 0359/0400 EDT for that day.#Dragon #Falcon935 мин. назадAnd since you're not allowed to attach an image to a quote tweet, here's the image showing the 03:59:54 EDT prediction.#SpaceX #Dragon #Falcon9 #CRS17
ЦитироватьSpaceflight Now @SpaceflightNow 15 мин. назадSpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket set for liftoff next week to resupply the International Space Station is on the launch pad at Cape Canaveral today for a hold-down engine-firing expected at 10am EDT (1400 GMT). Live updates: https://spaceflightnow.com/2019/04/27/falcon-9-crs-17-launch-preps/ ...
Цитировать04/27/2019 16:42 Stephen ClarkA puff of vapor is now appearing at the Complex 40 launch pad, suggesting fueling is well underway and the static fire test is on track for 10 a.m. EDT (1400 GMT), the opening of today's test window.
Цитировать04/27/2019 16:57 Stephen ClarkThe strongback umbilical tower at Complex 40 is retracting into position for engine start, suggesting the hold-down firing of the Falcon 9 rocket's nine first stage Merlin engines remains on track for 10 a.m. EDT (1400 GMT).This firing will last several seconds as the rocket ramps up to 1.7 million pounds of thrust, while hold-down restraints keep the Falcon 9 on the ground.
ЦитироватьSpaceflight Now @SpaceflightNow 53 сек. назадThe Falcon 9 rocket's Merlin main engines have ignited at Cape Canaveral, a key test before launch early Wednesday to respuply the International Space Station. We'll await confirmation of a successful test from SpaceX. https://spaceflightnow.com/2019/04/27/falcon-9-crs-17-launch-preps/ ...
ЦитироватьTom McCool @Cygnusx112 1 мин. назадBased on the plume of smoke at 10am I would say #SpaceX just completed the static fire for #CRS17. @NASASpaceflight
Цитировать04/27/2019 17:03 Stephen ClarkA plume of rocket exhaust over the launch pad suggests the Falcon 9 rocket's Merlin engines ignited at 10 a.m. EDT (1400 GMT). We'll stand by for confirmation from SpaceX of a successful test.
ЦитироватьSpaceXПодлинная учетная запись @SpaceX 57 сек. назадStatic fire test of Falcon 9 complete—targeting May 1 launch from Pad 40 in Florida for Dragon's seventeenth mission to the @Space_Station
ЦитироватьNASA's Kennedy Space CenterПодлинная учетная запись @NASAKennedy 23 мин. назадPacked with more than 5,500 pounds of research, supplies and hardaware, @SpaceX's #Dragon will launch at 3:59 a.m. ET on May 1.
ЦитироватьFalcon 9 rocket completes static fire test, aims for launch early WednesdayApril 27, 2019 | Stephen ClarkA plume of exhaust appears at Cape Canaveral's Complex 40 launch pad at 10 a.m. EDT (1400 GMT) Saturday as the Falcon 9 rocket's nine Merlin main engines ignite for a hold-down test-firing. Credit: Steven Young/Spaceflight NowA week after a test-firing of SpaceX's new crew capsule went awry, SpaceX successfully completed a hold-down firing of its next Falcon 9 launcher Saturday morning at Cape Canaveral in preparation for a predawn liftoff Wednesday carrying several tons of food, supplies and experiments to the International Space Station.The Falcon 9 rocket, without its Dragon cargo capsule, ignited nine Merlin 1D first stage engines at 10 a.m. EDT (1400 GMT) Saturday, sending a plume of exhaust into the air as the kerosene-fueled powerplants ramped up to full throttle, producing 1.7 million pounds of thrust.SpaceX confirmed a good test in a tweet soon after the hold-down firing.Hold-down restraints kept the Falcon 9 rocket firmly on the ground during the test, which lasted several seconds. SpaceX will lower the Falcon 9 rocket at the Complex 40 launch pad and return it to a nearby hangar for attachment with the Dragon spacecraft, which is being reused after a previous trip to the space station.The Falcon 9 and return will roll back to the pad next week in preparation for liftoff Wednesday, May 1, at 3:59 a.m. EDT (0759 GMT), roughly the moment Earth's rotation brings the launch pad under the space station's orbital plane.СпойлерSpaceX plans to land the Falcon 9's first stage on a drone ship in the Atlantic Ocean approximately 17 miles (28 kilometers) southeast of the launch pad, or due east from the easternmost point of Cape Canaveral.SpaceX's Landing Zone 1, a former Atlas launch pad at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, was the site of the April 20 explosion of a Crew Dragon spacecraft during ground testing. Investigators and ground teams are safing the site after the accident, and collecting evidence to help determine the cause of the mishap, which dealt a major setback to the commercial crew capsule program developed in partnership between SpaceX and NASA.The accident prompted SpaceX to move the landing of the rocket on the next Falcon 9 launch from the onshore facility to the offshore drone ship. Resupply missions to the space station do not require all of the Falcon 9's lift capacity, leaving enough fuel in the first stage to reverse course and return to Cape Canaveral, so the drone ship will be positioned just off the coast, not the more typical distance of several hundred miles downrange.NASA and SpaceX officials are assessing whether last weekend's accident may raise any concerns about the next Dragon resupply mission, according to members of NASA's Aerospace Safety Advisory Panel. But the Dragon cargo craft is much different from the Crew Dragon, and the accident April 20 occurred during a hotfire test of the crew capsule's SuperDraco abort engines, which are not used on Dragon spacecraft set for liftoff next week.SpaceX is pressing ahead with preparations for Wednesday's launch, but the Crew Dragon accident could again be discussed by senior managers during a launch readiness review planned for Tuesday.The mission was previously slated for liftoff Tuesday, following a test-firing of the Falcon 9's engines Friday. But the static fire was delayed to Saturday for unspecified reasons — SpaceX does not usually discuss the timing of pre-launch hotfire tests before they are completed — forcing a one-day delay in the launch to Wednesday.A forecast issued Friday by the U.S. Air Force's 45th Weather Squadron predicted an 80 percent probability of favorable weather conditions for a predawn launch Wednesday.NASA's Orbiting Carbon Observatory-3 (OCO-3) and the U.S. military's Space Test Program-Houston 6 (STP-H6) payloads are in view installed in the trunk of SpaceX's Dragon spacecraft inside the SpaceX facility at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida on March 23, 2019. Credit: NASA[свернуть]Assuming the Falcon 9 takes off Wednesday, the Dragon supply ship is due to reach the space station early Saturday. The station astronauts will grapple the Dragon cargo freighter using the orbiting lab's Canadian-built robotic arm, then move the supply ship to a berthing port for a stay planned to last around one month.СпойлерWhile astronauts unpack the food, provisions and biological experiments carried inside Dragon's pressurized compartment, robotic arms outside the station will retrieve a pair of instrument packages to be mounted on science decks outside the complex.One of the experiments, developed by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, will measure the amount of carbon dioxide in Earth's atmosphere over a three-year mission. Scientists want to extend a record of space-based carbon dioxide measurements begun in 2014 by NASA's Orbiting Carbon Observatory satellite mission, which has exceeded its design life.Another external unit inside Dragon managed by the U.S. military's Space Test Program hosts several investigations, including a novel X-ray communications experiment developed by NASA and the Naval Research Laboratory. X-ray signals could provide a new way to communicate with deep space probes or hypersonic missiles in flight, according to scientists.[свернуть]Wednesday's launch will be SpaceX's fifth mission of the year, and the fifth launch overall from Cape Canaveral so far in 2019.
Цитировать27 АПР, 18:11Запуск корабля Dragon с грузом для МКС перенесен на 1 маяТАСС, 27 апреля. Запуск ракеты-носителя Falcon 9 компании SpaceX с кораблем Dragon и грузом, предназначенным для экипажа Международной космической станции (МКС), перенесен на 1 мая. Об этом SpaceX сообщила в субботу в своем Twitter."Старт 17-й миссии Dragon к МКС со стартового комплекса 40 [на базе ВВС США на мысе Канаверал] во Флориде намечен на 1 мая", - отмечается в сообщении. В компании также заявили, что огневые испытания готовящейся к пуску ракеты-носителя завершены. До этого запуск планировалось осуществить 30 апреля.СпойлерВ последний раз запуск Dragon к МКС осуществлялся 5 декабря. Он доставил на станцию свыше 2,5 т грузов, в том числе продовольствие, материалы для исследований и приборы, предназначенные для изучения явлений в атмосфере Земли. 14 января корабль вернулся на Землю, доставив с МКС результаты научных экспериментов. Он приводнился в Тихом океане у южного побережья штата Калифорния, причем это впервые произошло в темное время суток.[свернуть]
ЦитироватьEditor's Note: Launch time has been updated to 3:59 a.m. EDT, Wednesday, May 1. The What's on Board Science Briefing time of 10:30 a.m., Monday, April 29 is unchanged. The prelaunch news conference will be held on Tuesday, April 30 at 1 p.m. (Updated April 27, 2019)
ЦитироватьNASA Television Upcoming EventsWatch NASA TVAll times EasternAPRILApril 29, Monday 10:30 a.m. – SpaceX CRS-17 What's On Board Briefing (All Channels)April 30, Tuesday1 p.m. – SpaceX CRS-17 Pre-Launch News Conference (All Channels)MAYMay 13:30 a.m. – Coverage of the Launch of the SpaceX CRS-17 Dragon Cargo Craft Mission to the International Space Station; launch is scheduled at 3:59 a.m. ET (All Channels)5:30 a.m. – SpaceX CRS-17 Post-Launch News Conference (time subject to change) (All Channels)May 2, Thursday5 a.m. – Coverage of the rendezvous and capture of the SpaceX CRS-17 Dragon cargo craft at the International Space Station; capture scheduled at 6:50 a.m. ET (All Channels)9 a.m. – Coverage of the installation of the SpaceX CRS-17 Dragon cargo craft to the International Space Station (All Channels)
ЦитироватьSpaceX CRS-17 Launch Now Scheduled for May 1Sarah LoffPosted Apr 27, 2019 at 11:08 amNASA's commercial cargo provider SpaceX is targeting 3:59 a.m. EDT on Wednesday, May 1, for the launch of its 17th resupply mission to the International Space Station after successful completion of its static fire engine test. Packed with more than 5,500 pounds of research, crew supplies and hardware, the SpaceX Dragon spacecraft will launch on a Falcon 9 rocket from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket and Dragon spacecraft at Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. Photo credit: NASAFollow along with the coverage of the SpaceX CRS-17 mission with prelaunch events on NASA Television and at www.nasa.gov/live.[/li]Monday, April 29 at 10:30 a.m. – What's On Board science briefingTuesday, April 30 at 1 p.m. – Prelaunch news conferenceWednesday, May 1 at 3:30 a.m. – NASA TV launch coverage
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ЦитироватьSpaceX Targeting Wednesday, May 1 at 3:59 EDT for CRS-17 LaunchJames CawleyPosted Apr 29, 2019 at 9:40 amThe two-stage Falcon 9 launch vehicle lifts off Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida during SpaceX's 16th commercial resupply services mission to the International Space Station on Dec. 5, 2018. SpaceX is targeting Wednesday, May 1, at 3:59 EDT for its CRS-17 mission launch. Photo credit: NASA/Kim ShiflettNASA's commercial cargo provider SpaceX is targeting 3:59 a.m. EDT on Wednesday, May 1, for the launch of its 17th resupply mission to the International Space Station after successful completion of its static fire engine test. Packed with more than 5,500 pounds of research, crew supplies and hardware, the SpaceX Dragon spacecraft will launch on a Falcon 9 rocket from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.Follow along with the coverage of the SpaceX CRS-17 mission with prelaunch events on NASA Television and at www.nasa.gov/live.[/li]Monday, April 29 at 10:30 a.m. — What's On Board science briefingTuesday, April 30 at 1 p.m. — Prelaunch news conferenceWednesday, May 1 at 3:30 a.m. — NASA TV launch coverage