HTV-8 KOUNOTORI8 - H-2B (F8) - СК Йошинобу, КЦ Танегасима - 24.09.2019, 16:05 UTC

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Прогноз погоды по КЦ Танегасима (от 05.09.2019). Пока прогноз вполне благоприятный...

Цитировать マゲシマン・稲刈りだ!キャンプだ!夏本番!!‏ @mageshiman1025 18 мин. назад

種子島宇宙センター週間予報 うん、大丈夫でしょう。


Очень вероятно, что тайфун № 15 сможет оказать влияние на прибытие зрителей на о-в Танегасима 8-9 сентября. (имеются ввиду морские рейсы с основных о-в Японии - Прим.)
Цитировать マゲシマン・稲刈りだ!キャンプだ!夏本番!!‏ @mageshiman1025 9 мин. назад



Прогноз погоды по КЦ Танегасима (от 06.09.2019). Пока погода не вызывает особых опасений...
Цитировать マゲシマン・稲刈りだ!キャンプだ!夏本番!!‏ @mageshiman1025 26 мин. назад

昨日の予報と大差なし。 機体移動前後ににわか雨が降りそうなので、運が良ければ射点・機体にかかる虹が見られるかも。

ЦитироватьHTV8 Mission Timeline
Last Updated: September 5, 2019
[TH]Flight Day[/TH][TH][/TH][TH]Major mission events[/TH]
  • Launch, Orbit Insertion
  • Post-insertion auto sequence
    • HTV subsystem activations
    • Attitude control
    • Anomaly check
    • Establishment of communication with the Tracking and Data Relay Satellite (TDRS)
    • Initiation of communication with the HTV Mission Control Room (HTV MCR) at the Tsukuba Space Center
    [/li][li]Initiation of Rendezvous Maneuver
    FD1 to FD4
    • Rendezvous Maneuver to the ISS
    • Proximity Operations, Final Approach
    • Capture by the Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS)
    • Berthing to the ISS
      • Berthing to the Common Berthing Mechanism (CBM) on the Harmony's Nadir Por
      • Vestibule outfitting (connection of power and communication line)
      • Switching of the communications line (Radio wave to fixed line)
      • Crew ingress to the Pressurized Logistics Carrier (PLC)
        • Hatch open
        • Activation of the Inter-Module Ventilation (IMV)
        • Cargo Transfer from the PLC to the ISS
        • Removal of the Exposed Pallet (EP) from the HTV's Unpressurized Logistics Carrier (ULC), and transfer to the ISS truss using the SSRMS/Mobaile Transporter (MT)
        • Transfer of the ISS battery ORUs assembled Japanese lithium-ion battery cells※ out of the EP using Special Purpose Dexterous Manipulator (SPDM)※Nickel hydride batteries currently used on the ISS have been replaced by the lithium-ion batteries delivered by HTV.

        • Reinstallation of the EP back into the HTV's ULC
        • Cargo transfer / Trash loading
        A day before departure from the ISS
        • Preparation for the HTV Unberthing
          • IMV de-activation
          • Hatch closure
          • Switching of the communications line (Fixed line to radio wave)
          Departure from the ISS
          • HTV8 departure from the ISS
            • Deactivation of HTV power supply from ISS
            • Disconnection of power and communication line
            • HTV grapple by the SSRMS
            • CBM bolts release
            • SSRMS moves HTV to the release position
            • Activation of the Guidance Navigation Control (GNC), activation of HTV propulsion system
            • SSRMS releases HTV
            • HTV departs from the ISS
            • Fiery Reentry
            ※ In-flight schedule of the HTV8 mission is subject to change depending on the ISS's operational timeline. 
            ※ Photos used in the table were taken during the previous HTV missions.

            *All times are Japan Standard Time (JST. UTC + 9 hours)


            ЦитироватьSept. 6, 2019

            JAXA Spacecraft Carries Science, Technology to the Space Station

            The Japanese Space Agency (JAXA) developed an uncrewed cargo transfer craft, called the H-II Transfer Vehicle (HTV), to deliver supplies to the International Space Station. This image shows the HTV-7 resupply ship after its release from the Canadarm2 robotic arm as the space station orbited above the Pacific Ocean some 311 miles west of Baja California.
            Credits: NASA

            The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) cargo ship H-II Transfer Vehicle-8 (HTV-8) is scheduled to lift off Sept. 10 at 5:33 p.m. EDT (6:33 a.m. Japan Standard Time) to the International Space Station from Japan's Tanegashima Space Center, 10 years after JAXA launched its first HTV mission. HTV-8 arrives at the space station on Sept. 14.

            Here are details about some of the scientific investigations and facilities heading to the orbiting lab on HTV-8.

            Preparing for dusty landings

            The new Hourglass investigation examines how different levels of gravity affect the behavior of granular materials such as regolith, dust that covers the surface of planets and planetary-like bodies. A better understanding of the behavior of these granular materials supports design of spacecraft for future landings on the Moon, Mars and other celestial bodies.

            Samples for the Hourglass investigation include lunar, Mars and Phobos regolith simulants, Alumina beads, and Toyoura and Slica sands.
            Credits: NASA

            Scientists are conducting similar research on regolith and granular materials using the space station's Hermes research facility. Hermes provides long duration exposure to microgravity and the vacuum of space.

            Better space-to-ground and space-to-space communication

            The Demonstration of Small Optical Communication System (SOLISS) investigation demonstrates new technology for future broadband data communication in space. SOLISS is an optical system mounted on the Japanese Experiment Module (JEM), an external platform providing continuous exposure to space for a variety of experiments. SOLISS technology allows transmission of large amounts of data from the space station, as well as from satellites in geostationary orbit to ground stations.

            Predicting flammability in microgravity

            FLARE explores the flammability of materials in microgravity by burning various solid fuels under different conditions inside a flow tunnel. Microgravity significantly affects how combustion occurs, but current tests of the flammability of materials for crewed space missions do not consider the effect of gravity. This investigation demonstrates a new way to predict flammability in microgravity that could fill this gap and significantly improve fire safety aboard spacecraft on future exploration missions. Final components of the FLARE module arrive on the cargo ship.

            Melissa Gaskill

            International Space Station Program Science Office
            Johnson Space Center

            Last Updated: Sept. 6, 2019
            Editor: Michael Johnson


            Прогноз погоды по КЦ Танегасима (от 07.09.2019). Пока без особых изменений

            Цитироватьなりたまさひろ‏ @naritamasahiro 13 ч. назад

            にわか雨の可能性はあるけど、さほど心配しなくてもいいかな ? ※個人の感想です
            #H2BF8 #HTV8


            NOTAMs - объявление о запуске, район затопления 1-й ст РН

            J4051/19 - REF AIP SUP 115/19 ITEM 1,2,3

            LAUNCHING DATE AND TIME : BTN 2125 AND 2135 ON 10 SEP 2019.
            SFC - UNL, 06 SEP 05:18 2019 UNTIL 10 SEP 22:05 2019 ESTIMATED.
            CREATED: 06 SEP 05:19 2019


            1443N14833E TO 1600N15004E TO 1006N15500E TO 0850N15328E TO POINT OF ORIGIN.
            SFC - UNL, 10 SEP 21:25 2019 UNTIL 10 SEP 22:15 2019.
            CREATED: 06 SEP 14:56 2019


            NOTMAR на зону затопления верхней ст РН (соответствует NOTAMs B5018/19 + W1392/19#32)
            ЦитироватьHYDROPAC 2912/2019 (22,83)  
            SOUTH PACIFIC.
            DNC 06.
                102300Z TO 110100Z SEP IN AREA BOUND BY
                46-00S 167-00W, 48-27S 167-00W,
                53-00S 155-00W, 53-00S 106-00W,
                46-00S 106-00W.
            2. CANCEL THIS MSG 110200Z SEP 19.

            ( 060305Z SEP 2019 )


            ЦитироватьSept. 6, 2019
            MEDIA ADVISORY M19-095

            NASA Television to Air Launch, Capture of Cargo Ship to Space Station

            The H-II Transfer Vehicle-7 (HTV-7) fr om JAXA (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency) is pictured being remotely guided with the Canadarm2 towards its attachment point on the International Space Station's Harmony module. he HTV-7 took a four and a half day trip to the space station after launching Sept. 22, 2018, from the Tanegashima Space Center in Japan. The HTV-7 was captured by the Canadarm2 operated by Expedition 56 Commander Drew Feustel as Flight Engineer Serena Auñón-Chancellor backed him up inside the cupola.
            Credits: NASA

            A Japanese cargo spacecraft loaded with more than four tons of supplies, spare parts and experiment hardware is scheduled to launch from the Tanegashima Space Center in southern Japan to the International Space Station at 5:33 p.m. EDT Tuesday, Sept. 10 (6:33 a.m. Sept. 11 in Japan). Live coverage of the launch and capture will air on NASA Television and the agency's website.

            The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) unpiloted H-II Transport Vehicle-8 (HTV-8) will launch on a Japanese H-IIB rocket on the tenth anniversary of the first HTV cargo spacecraft launch. Live coverage will begin at 5 p.m.

            The spacecraft will arrive at the station Saturday, Sept. 14. Live coverage of the spacecraft rendezvous and capture will begin at 5:30 a.m. Expedition 60 Flight Engineer Christina Koch of NASA, backed up by her NASA crewmate Andrew Morgan, will operate the station's Canadarm2 robotic arm from the station's cupola to capture the 12-ton spacecraft as it approaches from below. Robotics flight controllers will then take over the operation of the arm to install HTV-8 to the Earth-facing port of the Harmony module wh ere it will spend a month attached. Flight Engineer Luca Parmitano of ESA (European Space Agency) will monitor HTV-8 systems during its approach to the station.

            Capture of the HTV-8 is scheduled around 7 a.m. Coverage will resume at 8:30 a.m. for the final installation of the resupply craft to Harmony by robotic ground controllers. If the installation operations are running ahead of schedule, coverage would begin earlier.

            Named Kounotori, meaning white stork in Japanese, the craft will deliver six new lithium-ion batteries and corresponding adapter plates that will replace aging nickel-hydrogen batteries for two power channels on the station's far port truss segment. The batteries will be installed through a series of robotics and spacewalks by the station's crew members later this year.

            Additional experiments on board HTV-8 include an upgrade to the Cell Biology Experiment Facility (CBEF-L), a small-sized satellite optical communication system (SOLISS), and a payload for testing the effects of gravity on powder and granular material (Hourglass).


            Last Updated: Sept. 6, 2019
            Editor: Sean Potter
            Начало трансляции пуска (НАСА) - 21:00 UTC 10.09.2019
            Пуск - 21:33 UTC 10.09.2019
            Начало трансляции захвата (НАСА) - 09:30 UTC 14.09.2019
            Захват - ~11:00 UTC 14.09.2019
            Начало трансляции пристыковки (НАСА) - 12:30 UTC 14.09.2019


            Прогноз погоды по КЦ Танегасима (от 08.09.2019). Судя по метеоданным, до запуска H-IIBF8 проблем, по-видимому, не существует, но есть опасения относительно развития дождевых облаков при приближении теплого воздушного фронта.
            Цитировать 柴田孔明‏ @koumeiShibata 14 мин. назад

            今の種子島の予報だとH-IIBF8打ち上げまで問題無さそうなのですが、熱低の動きや雨雲の発達など心配な点はあります。予報はJAXAのHPより。 ...


            Расписание трансляций независимой NVS group

            ЦитироватьH-2B Rocket F8 Briefing session before launch

            Начало трансляции: 14:00 JST 09.09.2019 (05:00 UTC), время ориентировочное

            YouTubeLive ≫

            H-2B Rocket F8 Rollout

            Время вывоза будет сообщено на предполётном пресс-брифинге

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            Watch the H-2B Rocket F8 until to before launch

            Начало трансляции: 16:00 JST 10.09.2019 (07:00 UTC), время ориентировочное

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            H-2B Rocket F8 Launch

            Начало трансляции: 05:30 JST 11.09.2019 (20:30 UTC 10.09.2019)

            YouTubeLive ≫

            H-2B Rocket F8 After launch press conference 
            (TBD: about 100 minutes after launch) 

            Начало трансляции: 08:00 JST 11.09.2019 (23:00 UTC 10.09.2019), время ориентировочное

            YouTubeLive ≫


            JAXA планирует проведение прямой трансляции пуска

            ЦитироватьЗапланировано на 11 сент. 2019 г.

            Время трансляции: 06:07 ~ 07:13 (JST)
            Планируемое время пуска: 11 сентября 06:33 (JST)
            Место пуска: СК Йошинобу КЦ Танегасима

            ※ Дата и время пуска, как и время трансляции могут быть изменены в зависимости от условий миссии.
            21:07 ~ 22:13 (UTC) 10.09.2018,
            00:07 ~ 01:13 (ДМВ) 11.09.2018


            JAXA планирует проведение прямой трансляции захвата Аиста-8 манипулятором МКС

            ЦитироватьЗапланировано на 14 сент. 2019 г.

            Время трансляции: 19:10 ~ 20:30 (JST)
            Планируемое время захвата: 14 сентября 19:59 (JST)

            ※ Время трансляции может быть изменено в зависимости от условий миссии.
            10:10 ~ 11:30 (UTC) 14.09.2019,
            13:10 ~ 14:30 (ДМВ) 14.09.2019


            НАСА планирует прямую трансляцию пуска

            ЦитироватьNASA Television Upcoming Events
            Watch NASA TV

            All times Eastern


            September 10, Tuesday
            5 p.m. – Coverage of the launch of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) HTV-8 "Kounotori" cargo craft to the International Space Station; launch scheduled at 5:33 p.m. EDT – Johnson Space Center via the Tanegashima Space Center, Japan (All Channels)
            21:00 (UTC) 10.09.2019,
            00:00 (ДМВ) 11.09.2019


            НАСА планирует прямую трансляцию захвата Аиста-8 и его установки на МКС

            ЦитироватьNASA Television Upcoming Events
            Watch NASA TV

            All times Eastern


            September 14, Saturday
            5:30 a.m. – Coverage of the rendezvous and capture of the JAXA HTV-8 "Kounotori" cargo craft at the International Space Station; capture scheduled at 7 a.m. EDT (All Channels)
            09:30 (UTC) 14.09.2019,
            12:30 (ДМВ) 14.09.2019
            ЦитироватьSeptember 14, Saturday
            8:30 a.m. - Coverage of the installation of the JAXA HTV-8 "Kounotori" cargo craft to the International Space Station (All Channels)
            12:30 (UTC) 14.09.2018,
            15:30 (ДМВ) 14.09.2018


            Прогноз погоды по КЦ Танегасима (от 09.09.2019). В целом прогноз благоприятный - ясно, временами переменная облачность, возможны кратковременные дожди, преобладает юго-восточный ветер до 18 км/ч. Если к моменту начала вывоза РН на СК не будет дождя с грозовыми проявлениями, то можно предположить, что и вывоз, и пуск состоятся. Подробнее будет сообщено на брифинге в 05:00 UTC.

            Цитироватьゲシマン・ロケット打ち上げ、西から観るか?北から観るか?‏ @mageshiman1025 16 мин. назад

            機体移動時ににわか雨・雷が発生しなければGOかな。 Y-1の中継待ち。


            Время старта уточнено - 06:33:29 JST 11.09.2019 (21:33:29 UTC 10.09.2019)

            Цитировать ネコビデオ ビジュアル ソリューションズ‏ @nvslive 10 мин. назад





            Цитировать MHI Launch Services‏ @MHI_LS 15 мин. назад

            The launch time of H-IIB Launch Vehicle No. 8 has been set at 6:33:29 on September 11, 2019 (Japan Standard Time JST).  #H2BF8