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Цитата Falcon 9 Block 5 @Falcon9Block5 21 мин. назадAs predicted, F9 will be rolled back into the hangar for repair to its engine or engines that were affected during the launch abort.
Цитата10/07/2020 02:00 Stephen ClarkAfter an aborted launch at T-minus 2 seconds Friday night, SpaceX has lowered the Falcon 9 rocket for the U.S. Space Force's GPS 3 SV04 mission horizontal at Cape Canaveral's Complex 40 launch pad for return to a nearby hangar.SpaceX engineers in the hangar are expected to inspect the rocket and fix the problem that triggered a hold in the countdown Friday night just as the Falcon 9 rocket began its engine ignition sequence.Elon Musk, SpaceX's founder and CEO, tweeted that an "unexpected pressure rise in the turbomachinery gas generator" caused the abort, referring to a component in the Falcon 9's Merlin main engines.SpaceX hasn't set a new target launch date for the mission, which was set to carry a GPS navigation satellite into orbit for the Space Force. The company proceeded with the launch of a different Falcon 9 rocket Tuesday from nearby pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, successfully deploying 60 more Starlink internet satellites.SpaceX also appears to have recalled its "Just Read The Instructions" drone ship back to Florida's Space Coast from its position in the Atlantic Ocean northeast of Cape Canaveral. The vessel was on station for landing of the Falcon 9 booster after launching the GPS satellite.The lowering of the Falcon 9 rocket on its launch pad and return of the drone ship to Port Canaveral suggest, at a minimum, the GPS launch won't happen within the next week.
Цитата Gavin - SpaceXFleet.com @SpaceXFleet 6 ч. назадIt would appear that SpaceX is standing down the droneship for the GPS mission and recalling it to Port Canaveral.Tug Hawk and Just Read the Instructions droneship got underway from the LZ shortly after the Starlink mission earlier today.
ЦитатаATLANTIC OCEAN - FLORIDA - CAPE CANAVERAL (Update: October 5, 2020).Eastern Range OP X0152 FALCON 9 GPS III-4 will be conducting hazardous operations surface to unlimited within portions of Warning Areas W497A, W497B, W137F/G, W138E, W139E/F, W122 and the following Hazard Areas:A. From 2836 24.03N 8035 32.49WTO 2856N 8013WTO 2854N 8010WTO 2841N 8020WTO 2835N 8026WTO 2830 34.62N 8033 04.68W to beginningB. From 3203N 7700WTO 3400N 7528WTO 3409N 7438WTO 3342N 7403WTO 3307N 7431WTO 3153N 7648W to beginning.Hazard periods for primary launch day and backup launch days;Primary launch day: TBDBackup launch day: TBDLNM: 40/2006 October 2020
Цитата Julia @julia_bergeron 12 ч. назадHello there Hawk and JRTI! Good to see them back in the safe harbor of Port Canaveral. The journey was slow and radio chatter revealed Hawk was having engine problems. Hopefully they can address it before the next run of missions. #SpaceXFleet #JRTI : @NASASpaceflight FleetCam11 ч. назадDid someone order wings? It is dinner time after all. The view from FleetCam @RustysInThePort as they were approaching the north pier shows off the deck extensions quite nicely as well as just how high the engine containers are stacked. #JRTI @NASASpaceflight FleetCam Jeff Sheehan- MSM MSF | Mktg Consultant | Speaker @jeffsheehan 11 ч. назадWhat a pleasant surprise and thrill it was to see the SpaceX Marmac 303 landing platform for the 1st stage rockets being towed into Cape Canaveral tonight. #SpaceX #Rockets #PortCanaveral #CapeCanaveral #KennedySpaceCenter #Marmac303
ЦитатаПеренос запуска миссии Crew-1: старт состоится не ранее начала ноября"Запуск миссии NASA SpaceX Crew-1 на МКС теперь нацелен не раньше, чем на начало-середину ноября, что даст SpaceX дополнительное время для завершения тестирования оборудования и анализа данных нестандартного поведения газогенератора двигателя Merlin ракеты Falcon 9, наблюдаемого во время недавней попытки запуска миссии GPS III SV04", - заявили в NASA."Команды активно работают над вопросом по двигателю, и мы должны получить все данные в течение ближайшей недели" - сказала Кэти Людерс, помощник директора NASA по пилотируемым миссиям агентства...
Цитата Jeff Foust @jeff_foust 1 ч. назадAt the Sentinel-6 briefing, NASA's Tim Dunn says launch preparations on a Falcon 9 are going "incredibly well"; still scheduled for Nov. 10.1 ч. назадDunn says the engine investigation after the Falcon 9 abort 2 weeks ago is ongoing, including taking the engines from that vehicle back to McGregor for testing; there is a "path forward" for any rework needed for the Sentinel-6 launch while keeping the Nov. 10 launch date.
Цитата Michael Baylor @nextspaceflight 6 ч. назадThe GPS III-4 spacecraft is being returned to its processing facility while SpaceX investigates an issue with the mission's Falcon 9 launch vehicle. Do not expect another launch attempt in October.Цитата justin @goaliebear88 7 ч. назад#SpaceX @SpaceX Gps 3 on the move again off to Astrotech she needs a recharge. Dont look good for a launch soon
Цитата justin @goaliebear88 7 ч. назад#SpaceX @SpaceX Gps 3 on the move again off to Astrotech she needs a recharge. Dont look good for a launch soon
ЦитатаGps 3 satellite goaliebear8816 окт. 2020 г.
Цитата Kathy Lueders @KathyLueders 55 мин. назадWe are making a lot of good progress with @SpaceX on engine testing to better understand the unexpected behavior observed during a recent non-NASA launch. (1/5)55 мин. назадIt's too early to report findings at this point, as @SpaceX continues testing to validate what's believed to be the most credible cause. (2/5)54 мин. назадBased on our current analysis, @SpaceX is replacing one Merlin engine on the Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich launch vehicle and one engine for Crew-1 rocket that displayed similar early-start behavior during testing. (3/5)54 мин. назадWe are still targeting the Sentinel-6 launch for Nov. 10 from Vandenberg Air Force Base as we expect to complete forward work in time. (4/5)54 мин. назадWe are also still working towards a mid-November launch for Crew-1. We will want a few days between Sentinel-6 and Crew-1 to complete data reviews and check performance. Most importantly, we will fly all our missions when we are ready. (5/5) #LaunchAmerica