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SpaceX Starship sequence of events

SpaceX sequence of events Aerospace dashboard SpaceX webcams S24 and SH7 (00-03-2023) Mission: Orbital flight test 1 Spacecraft: S24 and SH7 Launch: 00-03-2023 Time: hh:mm:ss 00:00:00 Launch at Boca Chica. 00:02:49 Booster Main Engine Cutoff (MECO). 00:02:51 Booster and Starship separation. 00:02:56 Second Engine Start (SES). Booster Backburn (reignition). Booster Rotation. 00:08:15 Booster Stabilizing. Booster …

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Virgin Orbit progress

Virgin Orbit progress Aerospace dashboard Virgin Orbit is a company within the Virgin Group which provides launch services for small satellites. Virgin Orbit completed 2001 29-09-2001 Boeing assembled 747-400-41R called Cosmic Girl. 2002 31-10-2002 Cosmic Girl perated as passenger airliner by Virgin Atlantic. 2005 03-11-2005 Engine No. 1 struck the ground. 2015 Cosmic Girl transferred …

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Antikythera mechanism

The Antikythera mechanism is an ancient Greek device that was discovered in the early 20th century on the Greek island of Antikythera. It is a complex mechanical device that was used to calculate astronomical positions and predict eclipses, and is considered to be the oldest known example of a geared mechanism in existence. The device …

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Artemis Gateway

Artemis Gateway Aerospace dashboard The Gateway will serve as a multi-purpose outpost orbiting the Moon that provides essential support for long-term human return to the lunar surface and serves as a staging points for deep space exploration. Artemis Gateway modules Artemis Gateway configuration Modules PPE (Power and Propulsion Element) Function: The first of two modules …

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Artemis Base Camp

Artemis Base Camp Aerospace dashboard For a sustained presence with emphasis on mobility to allow astronauts to explore more of the Moon and conduct more science. Modules LTV (Lunar Terrain Vehicle) Function: A lunar terrain vehicle or LTV, to transport crew around the landing zone. HMP (Habitable Mobility Platform) Function: Station on the surface of …

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Artemis II trajectory

Artemis II trajectory Artemis II trajectory Artemis II trajectory basics Similar missions In 1968, the Apollo 8 mission, crewed by astronauts Frank Borman, Jim Lovell, and William Anders, was designed to test-fly command and service module beyond low Earth orbit. Although similar to Artemis 2 in that it was crewed and did not land on …

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Artemis I trajectory

Artemis I trajectory Aerospace dashboard Basics 1 Basics 2 Artemis I trajectory burns Artemis I trajectory animation Blue = the Earth Green = the Moon Purple = Artemis I Date Artemis I speed Artemis I distance from the Moon Artemis I DRO trajectory Reentry Artemis I targeted landing site near Guadalupe Island Artemis I landing …

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SpaceX Starship images

SpaceX Starship images Aerospace dashboard Starship Booster SpaceX Starship 19-11-2022 Booster 7 Starship and booster stack Starship: Trajectory Starship is a fully-reusable, super-heavy-lift launch vehicle being developed by American aerospace company SpaceX. If successful, Starship will be the most powerful launch vehicle ever built and is expected to be the first to demonstrate total reusability. …

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Artemis II images

Artemis II images Artemis II: Trajectory Artemis II trajectory basics With Artemis missions, NASA will land the first woman and first person of color on the Moon, using innovative technologies to explore more of the lunar surface than ever before. We will collaborate with commercial and international partners and establish the first long-term presence on …

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ESA European Space Agency

ESA European Space Agency Aerospace dashboard ESA, the European Space Agency is an intergovernmental organisation of 22 member states dedicated to the exploration of space. Established in 1975 and headquartered in Paris. Participating countries: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Spain, …

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Artemis II sequence of events

Artemis II sequence of events Aerospace dashboard Preparations 08-12-2022 Ongoing production of Core Stage. 08-12-2022 Booster preparation in Utah. 09-12-2022 Mobile Launch Platform (MLP) (used for Artemis I) moved from Pad 39B back to the VEB. 11-12-2022 Splashdown Artemis I.  11-12-2022 Engine section Core Stage Artemis II arrived at KSC. 12-12-2022 Inspection of the Mobile …

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Artemis II

Artemis II Aerospace dashboard Artemis II will test the systems required for astronauts to live and breathe in deep space. Long duration missions far from Earth drive engineers to design compact systems not only to maximize available space for crew comfort, but also to accommodate the volume needed to carry consumables like enough food and …

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SpaceX Starship progress

SpaceX Starship progress Aerospace dashboard Starship completed 2018 00-12-2018 Starhopper. First static fire: 03-04-2019. Maiden flight: 25-07-2019. 00-12-2018 MK1. 2019 00-05-2019 MK2. 27-08-2019 Starhopper, 150 meter hop test. 1 minute flight. 00-09-2019 MK4. 00-10-2019 MK3/SN1 (SN Serial Number). 2020 00-03-2020 SN3. 00-04-2020 SN4. First static fire: 05-05-2020. No maiden flight.  00-04-2020 SN5. First static fire: …

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Clock, conversion, countdown, date, distance, launch window, MET, time, velocity

Clock, conversion, countdown, date, distance, launch window, MET, time, velocity Aerospace dashboard Artemis I Artemis I: Countdown to opening launch window Expired. Artemis I: Launch time Launch time: Wednesday 16-11-2022 at 07:47:44 CET. Artemis I: Splashdown time Splashdown time: Sunday 11-12-2022 at 18:40:30 CET. Artemis I: Mission Elapsed Time (MET) Mission Elapsed Time (MET) 25:10:54:20 …

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SpaceX Starship

SpaceX Starship Aerospace dashboard Specifications Function: sub-orbital spaceflight, orbital spaceflight, interplanetary spaceflight Height: 120 m (394 ft) Diameter: 9 m (30 ft) Mass: 5,000 t (10,000,000 lb) Altitude: 500 km (310 mi) Orbital inclination: 98.9 ° Mass: 100 t (220,000 lb) Volume: 1,000 m³ (35,000 ft³) Launch sites: Starbase Boca Chica TX, Deimos, Phobos, Kennedy …

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SpaceX Super Heavy Booster

SpaceX Super Heavy Booster Aerospace dashboard Specifications Function: Super Heavy Booster First stage for SpaceX Starship Height: 70 m (230 ft) Diameter: 9 m (30 ft) Propellant mass: 3,400 t (7,500,000 lb) Powered by: 33x Raptor engine Maximum thrust: 72 MN (16,000,000 lbf) Propellant: Liquid oxygen, Liquid methane Second stage is: SpaceX Starship HLS Remarks: Can land …

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NASA webcams

NASA webcams Aerospace dashboard Webcams NASA, the Range, Kennedy Space Center (KSC FL), Mission Control (Houston TX), Artemis missions, launch pads, live webcams. Streams: NASA Live: Official Stream, NASA Live: Official Stream Media Channel, Space Flight Now (SFN), NASA Spaceflight.com, KSC Newsroom, NASA, The Launch Pad 1, The Launch Pad 2, Vulga-Space https://youtu.be/21X5lGlDOfghttps://youtu.be/nA9UZF-SZoQ NASA YouTube KSC …

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SpaceX webcams

SpaceX webcams Aerospace dashboard LabPadre webcams CST +7 = CET https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mhJRzQsLZGghttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nbBeoReu12E SpaceX locations California Hawthorne headquarters. US Air Force’s launch site, Lompoc. Big Falcon Rocket Factory, Port of Los Angeles (in planning). Vandenberg Air Force Base, Santa Barbara County. Launch Complex 4 (LC-4). Florida Kennedy Space Center. Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Launch Complex 39A …

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Artemis launch contraints

Artemis launch contraints Aerospace dashboard Range contraints To launch a rocket or a Space Shuttle from Florida’s Space Coast takes teamwork from two distinct federal agencies — NASA at Kennedy Space Center FL and the U.S. Air Force at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. A primary example of that teamwork is the development and operation …

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Artemis I

Artemis I Aerospace dashboard On Artemis I, engineers are testing several aspects of the Orion spacecraft needed for deep space missions with crew, including its highly capable propulsion system to maintain its course with precision and ensure its crew can get home, communication and navigation systems to maintain contact with the ground and orient the …

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Artemis Orion components

Artemis Orion components Aerospace dashboard Orion Crew Module (CM): Four astronauts, cargo, from launch to landing, the only part that lands back on Earth. 10,387 kg. Orion Crew Module Adaptor (CMA): Connects electrical, data and fluid systems between the main modules, contains electronic equipment for communications, power and control. Orion Service Module (SM): Provides electricity, …

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Artemis astronauts

Artemis astronauts Aerospace dashboard An astronaut (from the Ancient Greek ἄστρον (astron), meaning ‘star’, and ναύτης (nautes), meaning ‘sailor’) is a person trained, equipped, and deployed by a human spaceflight program to serve as a commander or crew member aboard a spacecraft. Although generally reserved for professional space travelers, the term is sometimes applied to …

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NASA mission management

NASA mission management Aerospace dashboard Launch Control Center (LCC) John F. Kennedy Space Center (KSC, Titusville, Florida) Launch Director (LD). Polls Go/ No go for Launch. Control Rooms (Firing rooms). Until cleared tower. The Rocco A. Petrone Launch Control Center (commonly known as just the Launch Control Center or LCC) is a four-story building at …

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NASA management

NASA management Aerospace dashboard NASA Administrator: Bill Nelson. NASA Communications: Derrol Nail (LC commentator). Artemis Mission Manager: Mike Serafin. Artemis I Ascent and Entry Flight Director: Judd Frieling. Artemis I Flight Director: Zebulon (Zip) Scoville. Artemis I Lead Flight Director: Rick LaBrode. Artemis I Recovery Director: Melissa Jones. Associate Administrator for Exploration Systems Development: Jim …

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Deep Space Network (DSN) (1965)

Deep Space Network (DSN) (1965) Aerospace dashboard Near Space Network (NSN) Direct-To-Earth Services (NSN DTE) Launch. Return Transit The Near Space Network’s Launch Communications Segment (LCS) includes three ground stations along Florida’s coast to meet the specific needs of the SLS rocket and will provide links to both Orion and SLS during prelaunch and launch …

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Aerospace history

Aerospace history Aerospace dashboard Spaceflight milestones (1880-1961) 00-00-1880 Articles by Tsjolkowsky (1857-1935). 00-00-1923 Articles by Oberth (1894-1989). 16-03-1926 First liquid-fueled rocket by Goddard (1882-1945). Reached 13 meters. 00-00-1932 Gyroscopic rocket by Goddard (1882-1945). 00-00-1937 V1 and V2 by Wernher von Braun (1912-1977). 16-04-1946 First American V2 by Wernher von Braun (1912-1977). 00-00-1951 Total of 66 …

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SpaceX Starship HLS

SpaceX Starship HLS Aerospace dashboard Specifications Function: Transfer crew from lunar orbit to the surface of the Moon and back. Second stage for SpaceX Starship Height: 50 m (164 ft) Diameter: 9 m (30 ft) Propellant mass: 1,200 t (2,650,000 lb) Powered by: 3x Raptor engine, 3x Raptor vacuum Propellant: Liquid oxygen, Liquid methane First stage is: SpaceX …

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Artemis I sequence of events

Artemis I sequence of events Aerospace dashboard End of page Rollout to the pad (Date) 01-10-2022 Artemis launch contraints (including rollout contraints). 27-10-2022 Call for rollout. 28-10-2022 Poll Go/No for rollout. SLS on Mobile Launcher Platform (MLP) leaving the VAB for Launch Pad 39B with Crawler Transporter (CT). It takes about 8 hours from the …

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Artemis progress

Artemis progress Aerospace dashboard Artemis completed 2011 00-00-2011 Super heavy-lift expendable launch vehicle under development by NASA. 2014 05-12-2014 Orion’s Exploration Flight Test-1 (EFT-1). Orion launched on a Delta IV Heavy (3 boosters). 2017 00-00-2017 Start of a program to return to the Moon and visit Mars. Introduction Space Launch System (SLS). 2019 00-00-2019 Program …

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Artemis I images

Artemis I images Aerospace dashboard Artemis I: SLS (Space Launch System) Space Launch System (SLS) sheet 1 Space Launch System (SLS) sheet 2 Artemis I: Orion (CM + CMA + SM) Orion (CM + CMA + SM) sheet 1 Orion (CM + CMA + SM) sheet 2 Orion cameras Artemis I: Components 1. Launch Abort …

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