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Цитата: tnt22 от 20.11.2020 06:17:12https://tass.ru/kosmos/10052287Цитата20 НОЯ, 05:36Япония направит еще двух астронавтов на МКС в ближайшие три годаВ 2022 году на МКС отправится Коити Ваката, а в 2023 - Сатоси ФурукаваПресс-релиз JAXA на яп. яз. - https://www.jaxa.jp/press/2020/11/20201120-1_j.html
Цитата20 НОЯ, 05:36Япония направит еще двух астронавтов на МКС в ближайшие три годаВ 2022 году на МКС отправится Коити Ваката, а в 2023 - Сатоси Фурукава
ЦитатаJAXA若田光一宇宙飛行士及び古川聡宇宙飛行士の国際宇宙ステーション（ISS）長期滞在の決定について2020年（令和2年）11月20日国立研究開発法人宇宙航空研究開発機構 国立研究開発法人宇宙航空研究開発機構（JAXA）の若田光一宇宙飛行士及び古川聡宇宙飛行士がISS長期滞在搭乗員に決定されましたのでお知らせいたします。[th] 滞在時期[/th]： 2022年頃（若田宇宙飛行士）、2023年頃（古川宇宙飛行士）[th] 主な任務[/th]： ISS長期滞在クルーとして、「きぼう」を含むISSの各施設の維持・保全、科学実験等を実施する予定
Цитата Jonathan McDowell @planet4589 1 ч. назадThe Bhutan-1 cubesat reentered on Nov 18 after 2 years in space.
Цитата: tnt22 от 20.11.2020 07:35:12Где в указанном документе про текущий (2020) и следующий (2021) годы. Надеюсь, что с переводом Вы справитесь (если не уже) на ура... Я не защищаю ТАСС (есть масса причин не делать этого). По тексту ТАСС не согрешил - этих двоих ещё надо расписать по кораблям и экипажам. А Хосиде уже проходит подготовку, известен и корабль, и экипаж, и сроки полёта и в документе JAXA про него ни слова - повторяю, он же уже проходит подготовку... Да, заголовок ТАСС, как бы это помягше-то, но
Цитата JAXA(Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency) @JAXA_en 5 ч. назад@Astro_Wakata and @Astro_Satoshi will fly to the International Space Station! Koichi will be aboard in 2022 and Satoshi in 2023.@Astro_Soichi is now on the ISS. @Aki_Hoshide will launch on Crew-2 in spring 2021.Keep watching JAXA Astronauts!
Цитата: tnt22но по сути ТАСС ссылается даже не на документ агентства, а на слова министра
Цитатаприводит его слова японское общественное телевидение.
Цитатаhttps://www3.nhk.or.jp/news/html/20201120/k10012721951000.html?utm_int=news-culture_contents_list-items_010国際宇宙ステーションへ 若田さんと古川さん 2022～23年ごろ
Цитатаhttps://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/en/news/20201120_12/2 Japanese astronauts to fly to ISS in 2022, 2023Japan's science minister has announced that two Japanese astronauts have been chosen for future missions to the International Space Station.Science minister Hagiuda Koichi told reporters on Friday that Wakata Koichi will head to the ISS sometime around 2022, and Furukawa Satoshi around 2023. Скрытый текст: Hagiuda said it's very stimulating that people of his generation are playing an active role in space. He said he hopes that the two astronauts will help promote Japan's space development, and give the public dreams.Of all the Japanese astronauts who have been to space, Wakata has spent the greatest number of days there.Furukawa, who is also a medical doctor, conducted experiments in space in 2011 on himself to determine the impact of space on the human body.Four astronauts including Japanese Noguchi Soichi are now staying at the ISS after their spacecraft, Crew Dragon, successfully docked with the ISS earlier this week. The spacecraft is the world's first privately-developed space vehicle to reach the operational stage
Цитата"Заря" на орбите / "Созвездие Энергии" Выпуск 24 РКК ЭнергияПремьера состоялась 6 часов назад
ЦитатаSpace to Ground: Resilience Rises: 11/20/2020 NASA Johnson20 нояб. 2020 г.
ЦитатаExpanded Crew Syncs Schedule and Steps Up Space ResearchCatherine WilliamsPosted Nov 20, 2020 at 11:49 amExpedition 64 Flight Engineer Soichi Noguchi of JAXA is pictured inside the cupola with the SpaceX Crew Dragon vehicle visible behind his left shoulder. Credits: NASAThe seven-member Expedition 64 crew has synched up its schedule following a busy week that saw the arrival of the SpaceX Crew-1 mission and a Russian spacewalk.The International Space Station's four newest crew members are fitting in a variety of space research today. The quartet also continues to get up to speed with station systems and procedures.Flight Engineers Michael Hopkins and Victor Glover, the SpaceX Crew Dragon commander and pilot, respectively, researched how their dexterous manipulation is affected by microgravity. The Grip study may influence the development of future space systems and interfaces as NASA plans missions to the Moon, Mars, and beyond.JAXA astronaut Soichi Noguchi, now on his third space mission, set up the Avatar-X robotic camera experiment then worked on a specialized incubator that can generate artificial gravity. NASA astronaut Shannon Walker, who last served aboard the station in 2010, installed an air-particle monitor in the Tranquility module and later continued her ceramic manufacturing research.The two Expedition 64 cosmonauts, Sergey Ryzhikov and Sergey Kud-Sverchkov, cleaned their Russian Orlan spacesuits today following Wednesday's spacewalk. The duo spent six hours and 48 minutes readying the station's Russian segment for the Nauka multipurpose laboratory module.NASA Flight Engineer Kate Rubins collected radish leaf samples being grown inside the Advanced Plant Habitat. Rubins then switched over to lab maintenance, checking water tanks and filters in the Destiny laboratory module's life support rack.
Цитата Sergey Kud-Sverchkov @KudSverchkov 14 ч. назадНа прошлой неделе с помощью двигателей корабля #ПрогрессМС14 проведен маневр по изменению высоты орбиты #МКС. Многие спрашивают -- что происходит в это время с предметами и космонавтами на борту?Ответ в этом видео! Для примера я использовал драже в прозрачной сфере и... себя https://video.twimg.com/amplify_video/1329743222424416256/vid/1280x720/Gfg6dIJbYG6mFsMK.mp4 (2:28)
Цитата: tnt22 от 22.11.2020 10:18:11Ответ в этом видео! Для примера я использовал драже в прозрачной сфере и... себя
Цитата: ОАЯ от 22.11.2020 10:25:28посмотреть без печального ожидания смены кадров.
Цитата Sergey Kud-Sverchkov @KudSverchkov 8 ч. назадДрузья, я получаю довольно много вопросов о быте на #МКС, поэтому потихоньку буду рассказывать и о нашей жизни. А что вас еще интересует? Про взвешивание я недавно писал, и настал момент поговорить о еде. Представленные контейнеры - это #питание космонавта в течение 16 дней.8 ч. назадhttps://video.twimg.com/ext_tw_video/1330450534311063555/pu/vid/720x1280/wwgKaIBwgF1p-lYS.mp4 (0:55)
Цитата: Roman Vladimirovich F. от 23.11.2020 16:38:14Ребят, а что-то я в твиттере у Сергея Кудь-Сверчкова не нашёл с его слов "Про взвешивание я недавно писал" Я Олега Ортемьева видел на ИМТ прыгающим, но это уже давно было)
ЦитатаISS Daily Summary Report - 11/19/2020Avatar-X: Скрытый текст: In support of the Avatar-X experiment, the crew set up the video camera, opened the JEM aft window shutter, and removed the camera lens caps. JEM Commercial (Avatar-X, or Kibo Avatar-X) demonstrates remote robot technology, Avatar-X, a 4K Camera, and new encoding method developed by ANA HOLDINGS INC. (All Nippon Airways). A user on Earth remotely controls a camera, installed near the window of the Japanese Experiment Module, to see the view from space.Cell Biology Experiment Facility (CBEF-L) Current Measurements: Скрытый текст: Using an oscilloscope and probe, the crew measured current in the SAIBO main power cable at various locations. These activities will help ensure CBEF-L is in a good configuration to support the Space Organogenesis science arriving on SpX-21. CBEF-L provides new capabilities with additional new resources such as a full high definition video interface, ethernet, 24 VDC power supply, and a larger diameter centrifugal test environment.Drop Vibration: Скрытый текст: The crew performed the initial frequency scans to determine which frequencies are usable, and then performed two tests. Inertial Spreading with Vibration and Water Coalescence (Drop Vibration) examines the behavior of big liquid drops whose perimeter of contact, called the contact line, moves rapidly as the drops change shape either forced by vibration or freely by merger. These motions, fast and small on Earth, become slower and larger in microgravity and can be more closely observed. Such observations improve the currently limited understanding of contact lines, important in applications such as self-cleaning surfaces, water harvesting devices, anti-frost coatings, and the fabrication of semiconductors.Material Science Research Rack (MSRR) / Materials Science Laboratory (MSL) Sample Cartridge Assembly (SCA) Exchange: Скрытый текст: The crew was not able to locate the tool needed to remove the processed SCA and install the next SCA. The ground team is assessing alternate locations for the tool as well as the use of an alternate tool. MSL is currently performing ESA batch-2b science. Batch-2b serves two projects investigating how different phases organize in a structure when metallic alloys are solidified. The project Metastable Solidification of Composites (METCOMP) studies the phase formed by the reaction of the remaining liquid phase with an already formed solid, to form a second solid phase on cooling. For this purpose, Bronze (Copper-Tin Alloys) of different compositions will be processed. The other project, Solidification along a Eutectic path in Ternary Alloys (SETA), looks at how two phases that form together organize into lamellar, or fiber, structures when cooling Aluminum (Copper-Silver Alloys). Both projects will provide benchmark samples that will enable to test numerical models that aim to predict these structures.Turbine-Ceramic Manufacturing Module (T-CMM): Скрытый текст: The crew successfully completed the installation of the T-CMM insert into the T-CMM facility. As of the last report, the ground team was performing a checkout of the system and preparing for the experiment run. T-CMM demonstrates manufacture of single-piece turbine blade/disk combinations (blisks) in microgravity for commercial use. Manufacturing blisks in space could produce parts with lower mass, lower residual stress, and higher strength than those made on Earth due to greatly reduced sedimentation of the solution in microgravity.Vection: Скрытый текст: The crew deployed the appropriate hardware and performed an experiment session. Vection is made up of three tasks that test how orientation perception, motion processing, and depth perception are affected by long duration 0g and return to 1g. The objective of the study is to determine to what extent an astronaut's ability to visually interpret motion, orientation, and distance may be disrupted in a microgravity environment, as well as how it may adapt and how it may be changed upon return to Earth. Multiple experimental time points inflight and upon return to Earth allows for the adaptation and recovery process to be investigated.Inflight Maintenance (IFM) Hatch Seal Inspection: Скрытый текст: The crew completed a cleaning and inspection of the United States On-orbit Segment (USOS) hatch seals, hatch plate sealing surfaces, and crank handle mechanisms for foreign object debris (FOD) or damage.Temperature and Humidity Control (THC) Intermodule Ventilation (IMV) Flow Measurement: Скрытый текст: As part of system health monitoring, the crew used a Velocicalc tool to measure the amount of airflow through selected ventilation inlets and outlets. The crew retook measurements in Node 1 due to low readings from yesterday's measurements and then took measurements in Node 3.Lithium Rechargeable Extravehicular Activity (EVA) Battery Assembly (LREBA) Operations: Скрытый текст: The crew initiated battery maintenance (autocycle) operations for LREBAs 1004 and 1005 using both channels of the Extravehicular Mobility Unit (EMU) Lithium-Ion battery charger and the 28-volt Power Supply Assembly (PSA) Utility Power Outlet (UPO). The EMU Lithium-Ion battery charger is powered on 28-volt only in order to limit the maximum charging current delivered to the LREBAs. The crew also temporarily stowed LREBAs 1006 and 1007 for ease of access to autocycle once the first set of battery autocycles are completed.Dragon Debrief Conference: Скрытый текст: The Crew-1 Dragon crew participated in a debrief conference which allowed the team to provide comments and discuss feedback concerning the Crew-1 mission to date.
ЦитатаISS Daily Summary Report - 11/20/2020Airborne Particulate Monitor (APM) Install: Скрытый текст: The crew inspected the APM unit for debris, installed it in its Node 3 location, then powered it up and took photos. Air quality in crewed spacecraft is important for keeping astronauts healthy and comfortable. Although requirements exist for maximum allowable concentrations of particulate matter, currently no measurement capability verifies whether these requirements are met. APM demonstrates an instrument for measuring and quantifying the concentration of both small and large particles in spacecraft air. The data can be used to create a map of air quality in terms of particles and shed light on the sources of such particles.Avatar-X: Скрытый текст: The crew assisted with the Avatar-X experiment operations. During these operations, the ground team controlled the Avatar-X system to locate various hidden objects. JEM Commercial (Avatar-X, or Kibo Avatar-X) demonstrates remote robot technology, Avatar-X, a 4K Camera, and new encoding method. A user on Earth remotely controls a camera, installed near the window of the Japanese Experiment Module, to see the view from space.Cell Biology Experiment Facility (CBEF-L) Configuration Change: Скрытый текст: The crew performed reconfiguration of the CBEF-L system as preparation for the upcoming SpX-21 Space Organogenesis investigation. The Development of Advanced 3D Organ Culture System Utilizing the Microgravity Environment (Space Organogenesis) investigation demonstrates growth of organ buds from human stem cells in three-dimensional (3D) cultures in microgravity. Researchers plan to use these cultures to observe growth of the organ buds and analyze changes in gene expression. Cell culture on Earth needs supportive materials or forces to achieve 3D growth, but in microgravity cell cultures likely can expand into three dimensions without those devices.Life Support Rack (LSR) Pre-gather and Maintenance: Скрытый текст: The crew gathered the appropriate hardware, and then replaced water pump 1. Telemetry from previous operations indicated water pump 1 functionality was degraded. The crew also replaced an external filter used in the LSR's water management system. LSR is a technology demonstrator for closed-loop air revitalization. LSR captures carbon dioxide from cabin air and recovers 50% of its oxygen for use by the astronauts. LSR will operate for a minimum of one year on the ISS to demonstrate the robustness of the technology for future exploration missions.Fluids Integrated Rack (FIR) / Light Microscopy Module (LMM) Advanced Colloids Experiment (ACE) Module Exchange: Скрытый текст: The crew performed the activities needed to remove the processed ACE-TR1 (Ellipsoid) module, and then installed an ACE-T11 module. ACE-Temperature Control and Gradient Sample-11 (ACE-T-11) involves the design and assembly of complex three-dimensional (3D) structures from colloids, or small particles suspended within a fluid medium, and control of particle density and phase behavior. Such structures are vital to the design of advanced optical materials and important for 3D printing and additive manufacturing. Assembling structures in microgravity provides insight into the relation between particle shape, crystal symmetry, density, and other fundamental factors.Grip: Скрытый текст: The crew performed the Supine Science 3 session for the Grip investigation. In this test, the crew performs the same tests as seated Sci-2 (tasks related to friction, collisions, etc), but in the supine position. The Grip experiment studies the long-duration spaceflight effects on the abilities of human subjects to regulate grip force and upper limbs trajectories when manipulating objects during different kind of movements: oscillatory movements, rapid discrete movements and tapping gestures.Plant Habitat-02: Скрытый текст: The crew gathered the necessary hardware and gathered leaf samples from the growing radish plants in the module. This second leaf sampling activity went well, and the plants look good over all. Assessment of Nutritional Value and Growth Parameters of Space-grown Plants (Plant Habitat-02) cultivates radishes as a model plant that is nutritious and edible, has a short cultivation time, and is genetically similar to Arabidopsis, a plant frequently studied in microgravity. Developing the capability for food production in space requires understanding cultivation conditions such as intensity and spectral composition of light and the effects of the culture medium or soil. This research could help optimize plant growth in the unique environment of space, as well as evaluation of nutrition and taste of the plants.Refabricator Stow: Скрытый текст: The Refabricator was powered down, removed and stowed for return. The recent series of bonding tests completed the science objectives and Refabricator will be returned to the ground. The Refabricator's objective is to demonstrate a unique process for repeatable, closed-loop recycling of a polyetherimide/polycarbonate plastic material for additive manufacturing in the microgravity environment of the ISS. Eventually, Refabricator type hardware could recycle waste plastic materials into high quality 3D-printer filament, providing the potential for sustainable fabrication, repair, and recycling capabilities on long-duration space missions. This hardware represents a key component of NASA's In-Space Manufacturing (ISM) technology development roadmap.Spacesuit Evaporation Rejection Flight Experiment (SERFE): Скрытый текст: The crew gathered the processed Microbial Capture Device (MCD) and counted the number of purple dots (bacterial colonies) present. The crew reported there were too many purple dots to easily count so she took images of the plate for the ground to evaluate. This was part of the nominal, routine suite of testing for the SERFE experiment. SERFE demonstrates a new technology to remove heat from spacesuits and maintain appropriate temperatures for crew members and equipment during space walks. The technology uses evaporation of water for cooling. The SERFE system incorporates a Titanium and Hastelloy water loop that differs from previous space suit life support systems that use stainless steel. The investigation determines whether microgravity affects performance and evaluates the technology's effect on contamination and corrosion of spacesuit material.STaARS BioScience-12: Скрытый текст: The crew removed the cryotube kit and six experiment containers from the STaARS-1 experiment facility. These were subsequently inserted into cold stowage in a Minus Eighty Laboratory Freezer for ISS (MELFI). Novel Protein Aggregation/degradation Studies in the Unique ISS Environment Provide Mechanistic Insights Relevant to Biopharmaceutical Development and Degenerative Diseases (STaARS BioScience-12) examines protein folding and aggregation under the unique stresses of space, including microgravity and cosmic radiation dependent folding and degradation and the combination of these factors. Biopharmaceuticals play a significant role in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of human diseases, but a challenge in making them is the instability and degradation of their proteins. This investigation may help develop new strategies to prevent protein degradation and support design of therapeutic biopharmaceuticals.Turbine-Ceramic Manufacturing Module (T-CMM): Скрытый текст: The crew installed a science module into the T-CMM facility, which was subsequently inspected, processed, and then removed and stowed. T-CMM demonstrates manufacture of single-piece turbine blade/disk combinations (blisks) in microgravity for commercial use. Manufacturing blisks in space could produce parts with lower mass, lower residual stress, and higher strength than those made on Earth due to greatly reduced sedimentation of the solution in microgravity.Tangolab-2 Card Cube Install: Скрытый текст: The crew installed Payload Card 13 into slot 6 of the Tangolab-2 facility. TangoLab-2 is a reconfigurable general research facility designed for microgravity research and development and pilot manufacturing in the ISS.Compound Specific Analyzer-Combustion (CSA-CP) Checkout: Скрытый текст: The crew installed new battery packs into newly resupplied CSA-CPs, reset the internal clock and data logger for each monitor, and allowed all units to off-gas in an open environment. The CSA-CPs provide real-time readings following a combustion event and subsequent clean-up efforts. The CSA-CP is also used for continuous monitoring of carbon monoxide levels in the ISS.Battery Stowage Assembly (BSA) Operations: Скрытый текст: The crew terminated the first round of the automated Charge-Discharge-Charge (C-D-C) maintenance cycle on all helmet light batteries, Pistol Grip Tool (PGT) batteries, two Rechargeable EVA Battery Assemblies (REBAs). The crew then initiated a second round of C-D-C maintenance on one of the PGTs and both REBAs in the BSA via the Battery Charger Assembly (BCA). The charging is typically terminated 3 days after this activity as C-D-C maintenance may take up to 65 hours to complete.Regenerative Recycle Tank Drain/Fill: Скрытый текст: The crew set up the recycle tank to drain to a ЕДВ-У. Following the setup, the ground performed the tank drain using the Urine Transfer System (UTS). Once the ground specialists completed the transfer, the crew verified the recycle tank was empty, terminated the drain, and repositioned the fill/drain valve to fill. The crew also swapped the ЕДВ in the offload ЕДВ spot of the UTS.