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sábado, 31 de maio de 2014

NASA WEB ·-NASA partner SpaceX has unveiled its human-carrying Dragon spacecraft that will carry humans to and from Earth orbit.


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NASA partner SpaceX has unveiled its human-carrying Dragon spacecraft that will carry humans to and from Earth orbit. 

NASA WEB -In Orbiter Processing Facility bay No. 1, technicians coordinate the movement of one of the three main engines being installed on space shuttle Atlantis



In Orbiter Processing Facility bay No. 1, technicians coordinate the movement of one of the three main engines being installed on space shuttle Atlantis. Main engine No. 1 has already been installed. Atlantis is the designated vehicle for the STS-125 mission to service the Hubble Space Telescope. Launch is targeted for Oct. 8. 06/10/2008



In Orbiter Processing Facility bay No. 1, technicians coordinate the movement of one of the three main engines being installed on space shuttle Atlantis. Main engine No. 1 has already been installed. Atlantis is the designated vehicle for the STS-125 mission to service the Hubble Space Telescope. Launch is targeted for Oct. 8.       06/10/2008

NASA WEB -Inside the Vehicle Assembly Building at NASA's Kennedy Space Cente

Inside the Vehicle Assembly Building at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, a technician prepares to install a new valve on Atlantis’ external tank after small dings were found on the sealing surface of the quick disconnect system that handles liquid-hydrogen fuel for the shuttle’s three main engines. The tank will be attached to the twin solid rocket boosters on Aug. 3 for the STS-125 mission, the fifth and final shuttle servicing mission to NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope. During the mission, the crew will install new instruments on the telescope, including the Cosmic Origins Spectrograph and the Wide Field Camera 3. A refurbished Fine Guidance Sensor will replace one unit of three now onboard. Mission specialists will also install new gyroscopes, batteries and thermal blankets on the telescope. Launch is targeted for Oct. 8. 07/26/2008



Inside the Vehicle Assembly Building at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, a technician prepares to install a new valve on Atlantis’ external tank after small dings were found on the sealing surface of the quick disconnect system that handles liquid-hydrogen fuel for the shuttle’s three main engines. The tank will be attached to the twin solid rocket boosters on Aug. 3 for the STS-125 mission, the fifth and final shuttle servicing mission to NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope. During the mission, the crew will install new instruments on the telescope, including the Cosmic Origins Spectrograph and the Wide Field Camera 3. A refurbished Fine Guidance Sensor will replace one unit of three now onboard. Mission specialists will also install new gyroscopes, batteries and thermal blankets on the telescope. Launch is targeted for Oct. 8.    07/26/2008

NASA WEB ·-Space Shuttle Program



In the clean room of the Payload Hazardous Processing Facility at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, a worker from NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center uses black light inspection for a thorough cleaning of the Cosmic Origins Spectrograph, or COS. Black light inspection uses UVA fluorescence to detect possible particulate microcontamination, minute cracks or fluid leaks. The COS will be installed on the Hubble Space Telescope on space shuttle Atlantis' STS-125 mission. COS will be the most sensitive ultraviolet spectrograph ever flown on Hubble and will probe the "cosmic web" - the large-scale structure of the universe whose form is determined by the gravity of dark matter and is traced by galaxies and intergalactic gas. The COS far-ultraviolet channel has a sensitivity 30 times greater than that of previous spectroscopic instruments for the detection of extremely low light levels. Launch of Atlantis on the STS-125 mission is targeted for Oct. 8. 08/06/2008



In the clean room of the Payload Hazardous Processing Facility at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, a worker from NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center uses black light inspection for a thorough cleaning of the Cosmic Origins Spectrograph, or COS. Black light inspection uses UVA fluorescence to detect possible particulate microcontamination, minute cracks or fluid leaks. The COS will be installed on the Hubble Space Telescope on space shuttle Atlantis' STS-125 mission. COS will be the most sensitive ultraviolet spectrograph ever flown on Hubble and will probe the "cosmic web" - the large-scale structure of the universe whose form is determined by the gravity of dark matter and is traced by galaxies and intergalactic gas. The COS far-ultraviolet channel has a sensitivity 30 times greater than that of previous spectroscopic instruments for the detection of extremely low light levels. Launch of Atlantis on the STS-125 mission is targeted for Oct. 8.    08/06/2008

NASA WEB-"Space Robot Fixes Itself, Takes Selfie As Funny Livetweet Happens On The Ground"

NASA WEB -"Possible Gamma Ray Burst Detected in Andromeda, Would be Closest Ever Observed"

NASA WEB-"Launch Alert! Watch Live As Three People Rocket To Space Today"

NASA WEB-"Update: Possible ‘Nearby’ Gamma Ray Burst Alert Was False Alarm"

NASA WEB -"Everyday ‘Astronaut’ Photo Series Goes From Cooking Disaster To Toasting Apollo 13"o

NASA WEB ·-Push. Pull. Run. Lift! How Do We Make These Exercises Work In Zero G?"

NASA WEB -"The Battle Against What Spaceflight Does To Your Health"

NASA WEB-"Astrophoto: Spectacular View of the Triffid Nebula in Narrowband"

NASA WEB · -"Elon Musk Premiers SpaceX Manned Dragon V2 Astronaut Transporter – 1st Photos"

NASA WEB-"There Might Be 100 Million Planets In The Galaxy With Complex Life"

NASA WEB-"Watch All The Apollo Saturn V Rockets Blast Off At The Same Time"

NASA WEB ·-"New Arecibo Radar Images Show Comet Responsible for Camelopardalids is an Icy, Cratered Mini

quarta-feira, 28 de maio de 2014

NASA WEB-Während #Astro_Alex und die Crewmitglieder Maxim Surajew und Reid Wiseman auf den finalen Countdown ...


Während #Astro_Alex und die Crewmitglieder Maxim Surajew und Reid Wiseman auf den finalen Countdown warten, spielt ihnen das Kontrollzentrum per Funk Lieder auf ihre Kopfhörer. Jedes Besatzungsmitglied durfte sich vier Songs wünschen. Alex' Nummer Eins ist "Rückenwind" von Thomas D

Das Video - Fanta4-Mitglied grüßt den #Gerst gibt es hier:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EDGHmXr8YW8&feature=share&list=PLbyvawxScNbu6OVBM1dEZgbNk8njQDnHd&index=1

(AS)
Bild: ESA.
Foto: Lift Off um 21:57 Uhr!  Während #Astro_Alex und die Crewmitglieder Maxim Surajew und Reid Wiseman auf den finalen Countdown warten, spielt ihnen das Kontrollzentrum per Funk Lieder auf ihre Kopfhörer. Jedes Besatzungsmitglied durfte sich vier Songs wünschen. Alex' Nummer Eins ist "Rückenwind" von Thomas D   Das Video  - Fanta4-Mitglied grüßt den #Gerst gibt es hier:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EDGHmXr8YW8&feature=share&list=PLbyvawxScNbu6OVBM1dEZgbNk8njQDnHd&index=1  (AS)  Bild: ESA.

NASA WEB -En Vivo: Vea el lanzamiento de nave tripulada hacia la Estación Espacial

En Vivo: Vea el lanzamiento de nave tripulada hacia la Estación Espacial

Este miércoles 28 a las 3:57 pm observe el lanzamiento de un cohete ruso Soyuz en vivo. Este llevará al espacio al astronauta Alexander Gerst de la Agencia Espacial Europea, al astronauta estadounidense Reid Wiseman (de NASA) y al cosmonauta ruso Maxim Suraev.

El lanzamiento esta pautado para las 3:57 pm (hora de PR/Este / 19:57 hora universal). Estos llegarán a la Estación Espacial Internacional cerca de las 9:48 pm.

Foto: En Vivo: Vea el lanzamiento de nave tripulada hacia la Estación Espacial  Este miércoles 28 a las 3:57 pm observe el lanzamiento de un cohete ruso Soyuz en vivo. Este llevará al espacio al astronauta Alexander Gerst de la Agencia Espacial Europea, al astronauta estadounidense Reid Wiseman (de NASA) y al cosmonauta ruso Maxim Suraev.  El lanzamiento esta pautado para las 3:57 pm (hora de PR/Este / 19:57 hora universal). Estos llegarán a la Estación Espacial Internacional cerca de las 9:48 pm.  Vídeo en vivo: http://www.sociedadastronomia.com/2014/05/28/en-vivo-vea-el-lanzamiento-de-nave-tripulada-hacia-la-estacion-espacial/

NASA WEB-¿Es un pájaro? , ¿es un avión? , no ! , son 3 galaxias bailando!.


¿Es un pájaro? , ¿es un avión? , no ! , son 3 galaxias bailando!. Pero de todas maneras a este conjunto de galaxias se le denomina habitualmente como "el pájaro" ,en su cabeza veríamos a una de las galaxias , a otra en el corazón y otra más en el cuerpo, en esas zonas estarían los 3 núcleos galácticos,que aparecen en la imagen como zonas brillantes amarillas-anaranjadas.
El conjunto se encuentra a 650 millones de años/luz en la constelación de Sagitario.
Muchas veces al ver imágenes tan preciosas como estas,me quedo maravillado al verlas,pero de vez en cuando tambien pienso en la enorme destrucción que se estará generando por la proximidad de 3 núcleos galácticos: millones de sistemas planetarios alterados y tambien destruidos,quizás cientos de mundos con vida o con posibilidades de albergarla, totalmente destruidos o arrasados, puede que incluso varias civilizaciones estén siendo destruidas ante nuestros maravillados ojos,que sólo ven colores y formas preciosas.Pero así es el Universo y no podemos hacer nada para cambiarlo,así que sólo nos queda seguir disfrutandolo....mientras podamos.

¿Es un pájaro? , ¿es un avión? , no ! , son 3 galaxias bailando!. Pero de todas maneras a este conjunto de galaxias se le denomina habitualmente como "el pájaro" ,en su cabeza veríamos a una de las galaxias , a otra en el corazón y otra más en el cuerpo, en esas zonas estarían los 3 núcleos galácticos,que aparecen en la imagen como zonas brillantes amarillas-anaranjadas. El conjunto se encuentra a 650 millones de años/luz en la constelación de Sagitario. Muchas veces al ver imágenes tan preciosas como estas,me quedo maravillado al verlas,pero de vez en cuando tambien pienso en la enorme destrucción que se estará generando por la proximidad de 3 núcleos galácticos: millones de sistemas planetarios alterados y tambien destruidos,quizás cientos de mundos con vida o con posibilidades de albergarla, totalmente destruidos o arrasados, puede que incluso varias civilizaciones estén siendo destruidas ante nuestros maravillados ojos,que sólo ven colores y formas preciosas.Pero así es el Universo y no podemos hacer nada para cambiarlo,así que sólo nos queda seguir disfrutandolo....mientras podamos.

NASA WEB-Moog Space and Defense Group - Europe-All of Rosetta’s 11 science instruments and the lander Philae have been successfully switched on


All of Rosetta’s 11 science instruments and the lander Philae have been successfully switched on

Data is still being analysed to confirm the mission’s readiness for science operations, so the commissioning period is not officially complete until those final reports from the instrument teams are in. This is expected to take place on 13 May.

The instrument commissioning period lasted for an intense six weeks, with each instrument assigned dedicated timeslots to be put through their paces. Now all of the instruments have been successfully reactivated and the necessary measurements have been taken. The majority of instruments have since been switched back off until the science readiness reviews are complete and Rosetta is closer to comet 67P/CG.

Final preparations are being made for a series of rendezvous manoeuvres that will bring the spacecraft closer to the comet, ready for arriving at 67P/CG in August; as of today, there's just over 2 million kilometres to go. A new ESA blog entry will be posted in the next week to outline in more detail these critical manoeuvres.

Source: ESA

Foto: All of Rosetta’s 11 science instruments and the lander Philae have been successfully switched on  Data is still being analysed to confirm the mission’s readiness for science operations, so the commissioning period is not officially complete until those final reports from the instrument teams are in. This is expected to take place on 13 May.  The instrument commissioning period lasted for an intense six weeks, with each instrument assigned dedicated timeslots to be put through their paces. Now all of the instruments have been successfully reactivated and the necessary measurements have been taken. The majority of instruments have since been switched back off until the science readiness reviews are complete and Rosetta is closer to comet 67P/CG.  Final preparations are being made for a series of rendezvous manoeuvres that will bring the spacecraft closer to the comet, ready for arriving at 67P/CG in August; as of today, there's just over 2 million kilometres to go. A new ESA blog entry will be posted in the next week to outline in more detail these critical manoeuvres.  Source: ESA  Full article: http://bit.ly/1nadhkq

NASA WEB-Moog Space and Defense Group - Europe-Galileo Full Operational Capability (FOC) satellite shipped safely to Kourou by OHB

Galileo Full Operational Capability (FOC) satellite shipped safely to Kourou by OHB

The first two Galileo FOC satellites, named 'Doresa' and 'Milena', arrived safely in their clean room in Kourou. The satellites arrived at 20:00 on Wednesday, May 7, 2014.

After successfully passing the Flight Readiness Review (FRR) last week, the two Galileo FOC satellites were released for shipment to the French overseas department. 'Thanks to the good collaboration between the participating industrial teams and the experts at the European Space Agency ESA as our customer, OHB was able to successfully finish the FRR,' says OHB’s Director of Navigation Wolfgang Paetsch who will be personally overseeing the launch preparations in Kourou.

Moog delivered the following products for Galileo FOC:
[240] MONARC-1 Monopropellant Hydrazine Thrusters (1N)
[66] Standard Accuracy Pressure Transducer
[44] Fine Sun Sensor
[352] Cosine Sun Sensor

OHB System is the industrial prime contractor responsible for the total of 22 Galileo FOC satellites. The Galileo satellites are named for the children who won a painting competition organized by the European Commission in 2011.

Source: OHB

Foto: Galileo Full Operational Capability (FOC) satellite shipped safely to Kourou by OHB  The first two Galileo FOC satellites, named 'Doresa' and 'Milena', arrived safely in their clean room in Kourou. The satellites arrived at 20:00 on Wednesday, May 7, 2014.   After successfully passing the Flight Readiness Review (FRR) last week, the two Galileo FOC satellites were released for shipment to the French overseas department. 'Thanks to the good collaboration between the participating industrial teams and the experts at the European Space Agency ESA as our customer, OHB was able to successfully finish the FRR,' says OHB’s Director of Navigation Wolfgang Paetsch who will be personally overseeing the launch preparations in Kourou.  Moog delivered the following products for Galileo FOC: [240] MONARC-1 Monopropellant Hydrazine Thrusters (1N) [66] Standard Accuracy Pressure Transducer [44] Fine Sun Sensor [352] Cosine Sun Sensor  OHB System is the industrial prime contractor responsible for the total of 22 Galileo FOC satellites. The Galileo satellites are named for the children who won a painting competition organized by the European Commission in 2011.   Source: OHB

NASA WEB-Space News International-On this date in 1957, the Russian dog Laika, became the first animal to orbit Earth

On this date in 1957, the Russian dog Laika, became the first animal to orbit Earth, thus paving the way for human spaceflight. The mission also sparked a debate across the globe on the mistreatment of animals and animal testing in general to advance science.
Foto: On this date in 1957, the Russian dog Laika, became the first animal to orbit Earth, thus paving the way for human spaceflight. The mission also sparked a debate across the globe on the mistreatment of animals and animal testing in general to advance science.

NASA WEB-Moog Space and Defense Group - Europe-Rosetta instruments are ready for action!


Rosetta instruments are ready for action!

It’s official, Rosetta instruments are ready for action. The Rosetta team had a commissioning ‘close out’ review yesterday where each of the orbiter and lander instruments were given a formal ‘go’ for routine science operations.

Rosetta Mission Manager Fred Jansen says: 'As you’ve read here on the blog already, a couple of the instruments were a little sleepy to start with, but we are very pleased – and relieved – to find that they are now all in good working order, ready to analyse the comet and its environment.'

Today Rosetta is around 1.5 million kilometres from comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, and has already checked off one of ten rendezvous manoeuvres needed to arrive at the comet in August.



Source: ESA

Foto: Rosetta instruments are ready for action!  It’s official, Rosetta instruments are ready for action. The Rosetta team had a commissioning ‘close out’ review yesterday where each of the orbiter and lander instruments were given a formal ‘go’ for routine science operations.  Rosetta Mission Manager Fred Jansen says: 'As you’ve read here on the blog already, a couple of the instruments were a little sleepy to start with, but we are very pleased – and relieved – to find that they are now all in good working order, ready to analyse the comet and its environment.'  Today Rosetta is around 1.5 million kilometres from comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, and has already checked off one of ten rendezvous manoeuvres needed to arrive at the comet in August.  More info on Rosetta: http://sci.esa.int/rosetta/  Source: ESA

NASA WEB -Moog Space and Defense Group - Europe-Pre-launch processing begins for the O3b Networks satellites


Pre-launch processing begins for the O3b Networks satellites

The next four satellites to serve O3b Networks in providing emerging market connectivity worldwide have entered their checkout phase at the Spaceport in French Guiana. They are getting ready for the launch on an Arianespace Soyuz mission planned for late June/early July.

Moog products:
[48] Fine Sun Sensors

These spacecraft are now inside the Spaceport's S1B clean room facility and are being removed from the individual shipping containers that protected them during a trans-Atlantic cargo jetliner flight from Europe to the equatorial launch site.

The O3b Networks satellites were produced by Thales Alenia Space. Outfitted with Ka-band transponders, the four spacecraft are to be positioned after launch at a medium-orbit altitude of 8,062 km.

Arianespace orbited the initial four O3b Networks satellites on another Soyuz mission performed in June 2013. It marked the first step in O3b Networks' creation of a space-based constellation to provide billions of consumers and businesses in nearly 180 countries with low-cost, high-speed, low latency Internet and mobile connectivity - delivering services over Asia, Africa, South America, Australia and the Middle East.

Follow the O3B blog for updates
Foto: Pre-launch processing begins for the O3b Networks satellites  The next four satellites to serve O3b Networks in providing emerging market connectivity worldwide have entered their checkout phase at the Spaceport in French Guiana. They are getting ready for the launch on an Arianespace Soyuz mission planned for late June/early July.  Moog products: [48] Fine Sun Sensors  These spacecraft are now inside the Spaceport's S1B clean room facility and are being removed from the individual shipping containers that protected them during a trans-Atlantic cargo jetliner flight from Europe to the equatorial launch site.  The O3b Networks satellites were produced by Thales Alenia Space. Outfitted with Ka-band transponders, the four spacecraft are to be positioned after launch at a medium-orbit altitude of 8,062 km.  Arianespace orbited the initial four O3b Networks satellites on another Soyuz mission performed in June 2013. It marked the first step in O3b Networks' creation of a space-based constellation to provide billions of consumers and businesses in nearly 180 countries with low-cost, high-speed, low latency Internet and mobile connectivity - delivering services over Asia, Africa, South America, Australia and the Middle East.  Follow the O3B blog for updates: http://www.o3bnetworks.com/additional-pages/blog

NASA WEB-Moog Space and Defense Group - Europe

ATV-5 under inspection in Kourou just prior to fuelling

UDMH loading has finished! 150 kg of UDMH have now been loaded into each of the two tanks. The next step will be the clean-up followed by the set up for NTO (nitrogen tetroxide) loading.

ESA’s Automated Transfer Vehicles (ATV's) are an essential contribution by Europe to running the International Space Station. Naming the fifth after Belgian scientist Georges Lemaître continues the tradition of drawing on great European visionaries to reflect Europe’s deep roots in science, technology and culture.

Since 2008, every year and a half, an ATV has delivered about 6 tonnes of cargo some 400 km above Earth. After launch on an Ariane 5 from Europe’s Spaceport in French Guiana, ATV automatically navigates to a precision docking with the Station’s Russian Zvezda module. It remains attached to the ISS for up to six months before reentering the atmosphere and deliberately burning up together with several tonnes of Station waste.

Read ESA's ATV-5 blog for upcoming updates:

Launch date of the ATV-5: 25 July, 2014.

Moog products:
[1] Cabin Fan Assembly
[1] Pressure Equalisation Assembly
[3] Standard Accuracy Pressure Transducer

Foto: ATV-5 under inspection in Kourou just prior to fuelling   UDMH loading has finished! 150 kg of UDMH have now been loaded into each of the two tanks. The next step will be the clean-up followed by the set up for NTO (nitrogen tetroxide) loading.  ESA’s Automated Transfer Vehicles (ATV's) are an essential contribution by Europe to running the International Space Station. Naming the fifth after Belgian scientist Georges Lemaître continues the tradition of drawing on great European visionaries to reflect Europe’s deep roots in science, technology and culture.   Since 2008, every year and a half, an ATV has delivered about 6 tonnes of cargo some 400 km above Earth. After launch on an Ariane 5 from Europe’s Spaceport in French Guiana, ATV automatically navigates to a precision docking with the Station’s Russian Zvezda module. It remains attached to the ISS for up to six months before reentering the atmosphere and deliberately burning up together with several tonnes of Station waste.   Read ESA's ATV-5 blog for upcoming updates: http://blogs.esa.int/atv/category/atv-5/  Launch date of the ATV-5: 25 July, 2014.  Moog products: [1] Cabin Fan Assembly [1] Pressure Equalisation Assembly [3] Standard Accuracy Pressure Transducer

NASA WEB-Space News International


Exactly a year ago today, SpaceX became the first commercial company to successfully recover a spacecraft from Earth orbit.

Foto: Exactly a year ago today, SpaceX became the first commercial company to successfully recover a spacecraft from Earth orbit.

NASA WEB -Space News International



Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne takes aim at "Brand X" with new ad running in Capitol Hill-focused publications.
Foto: Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne takes aim at "Brand X" with new ad running in Capitol Hill-focused publications.