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Information about Soyuz rocket
« on: 05/31/2009 08:17 AM »
Soyuz-U product 11A511U
11S59 1st & 2nd stage cluster - blok A, B, V, G and D
11S510 3rd stage - blok I

Soyuz-U product 11A511U-PVB
fire explosion proof
11S59-PVB 1st & 2nd stage cluster - blok A, B, V, G and D
11S510-PVB 3rd stage - blok I

Soyuz-FG product 11A511U-FG
11S59-FG 1st & 2nd stage cluster - blok A, B, V, G and D
11S510-PVB 3rd stage - blok I

2001
11A511U Ф15000-675 Soyuz TM-34
http://www.energia.ru/rus/iss/iss04/soyuz-tm-34/im/photo_04-22-01.jpg
11A511U Ф15000-678 Progress M1-8
http://www.energia.ru/rus/iss/iss04/progress-m1-8/im/photo_03-19-03.jpg
11A511U-PVB Ф15000-080 Progress M-55
http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/gallery/images/station/crew-11/hires/jsc2005e15397.jpg

2002
11A511U Э15000-680 Progress M-47
http://www.energia.ru/rus/iss/iss06/progress-m-47/im/photo_01-30-03.jpg
11A511U-FG Э15000-003 Progress M1-9
http://www.energia.ru/rus/iss/iss05/progress-m1-9/im/photo_09-22-01.jpg

2004
11A511U-FG Ж15000-009 Soyuz TMA-4
http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/gallery/images/station/crew-9/hires/jsc2004e20766.jpg
11A511U-FG Ж15000-010 Venus Express
http://esamultimedia.esa.int/images/venusexpress/VEX_Launch_Campaign_DSC00508_H.JPG
11A511U-FG Ж15000-012 Soyuz TMA-5
http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/gallery/images/station/crew-10/hires/jsc2004e45207.jpg
http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/gallery/images/station/crew-10/hires/jsc2004e44832.jpg
Ж15000-003 METOP
http://esamultimedia.esa.int/images/EarthObservation/metop/third_stage_installed_7-11.jpg

2005
11A511U-PVB П15000-100 Progress M-56
http://www.kosmonavtika.com/lancements/2006/24042006/24042006-48.jpg
11A511U-FG П15000-015 GIOVE-A
http://www.kosmonavtika.com/lancements/2005/28122005/28122005-7.jpg
11A511U-FG П15000-016 GIOVE-B
http://www.kosmonavtika.com/lancements/2007/14092007/14092007-80.jpg
http://www.esa.int/images/_SCO1972_L.jpg

2006
11A511U-PVB Ц15000-102 Progress M-58
http://www.cosmopark.ru/r7/511_623b.jpg
11A511U-PVB Ц15000-107 Progress M-59
http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/gallery/images/station/crew-14/hires/jsc2007e03078.jpg
11A511U-FG Ц15000-021 Globalstar
http://www.kosmonavtika.com/lancements/2007/29052007/29052007-46.jpg
11A511U-FG Ц15000-023 Soyuz TMA-9
http://www.cosmopark.ru/r7/511_444b.jpg

2007
11A511U-FG Ш15000-026 Soyuz TMA-13
http://www.nasa.gov/images/content/282515main_jsc2008e122483.jpg

2008
11A511U-PVB Ю15000-112 Progress M-67
http: // www . youtube . com / watch ? v = 2ZO33xGxblk (3:00)
11A511U-PVB Ю15000-120 Progress M-03M
http://www.energia.ru/rus/iss/iss21/progress-m-03m/im/photo_10-12-08.jpg
11A511U-FG Ю15000-027 Soyuz TMA-14
http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/gallery/images/station/crew-19/hires/jsc2009e061342.jpg
http://www.flickr.com/photos/nasahqphoto/3378380893/sizes/o/
http://www.flickr.com/photos/edyson/3382007703/sizes/o/
11A511U-FG Ю15000-030 Soyuz TMA-15
http://www.asc-csa.gc.ca/images/recherche/images/21adde48-8882-411f-aac5-d5f7b7bfdcaf.JPG

2009
11A511U-FG Б15000-029 Soyuz TMA-16
http://www.flickr.com/photos/nasahqphoto/3962273164/sizes/o/
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Re: Soyuz-U - Various Bits Of Information
« Reply #1 on: 06/19/2009 05:13 PM »
Soyuz 11A511

У15000-01 Failure 1966
У15000-02 Kosmos 133
У15000-03 Kosmos 140
У15000-04 Soyuz-1
Х15000-23R-7Failure 1975
Х15000-24Blok-IFailure 1975
 25 Soyuz-10
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Re: Soyuz-U - Various Bits Of Information
« Reply #3 on: 06/19/2009 09:08 PM »
Stan, I have to ask this... what's your source for this info?

Various sources...

Thanks Stan...

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Re: Soyuz-U - Various Bits Of Information
« Reply #4 on: 06/20/2009 07:40 AM »
Soyuz-U2 product 11A511U-2
11S59-2 1st & 2nd stage cluster - blok A, B, V, G and D
11S510 3rd stage - blok I

 01?11F645 Zenit-6Kosmos 1425
 02?11F645 Zenit-6Kosmos 1446
 03?11F645 Zenit-6Kosmos 1533
 04?11F645 Zenit-6Kosmos 1542
Ю15000-005Progress-20 
Ю15000-006Soyuz T-12 
Щ15000-007Soyuz T-14 
Б15000-008Soyuz T-13 
Б15000-009Progress 26 
Б15000-010Progress 25 
Б15000-011Progress 27 
Б15000-012Soyuz T-15 
Б15000-013Soyuz TM 
И15000-014Soyuz TM-2 
И15000-015Progress 29 
И15000-016Progress 28 
И15000-017Progress 31 
И15000-018Progress 30 
 019Soyuz TM-3 
 020Soyuz TM-4 
Л15000-021Progress 32 
Л15000-022Progress 33 
Л15000-023Progress 36 
Л15000-024Progress 37 
Л15000-025Progress 34 
Л15000-026Progress 35 
 027Soyuz TM-5 
 028Soyuz TM-6 
Е15000-029Progress 39 
76048930Progress 38Originally for Kosmos 2031?
 031Soyuz TM-7 
Е15000-032Progress 40 
Т15000-034Progress 41 
Т15000-037Progress M-1 
Т15000-039Progress M-2Т?
Т15000-040Progress M-3 
Т15000-041Progress 42 
Т15000-042Progress M-4 
Т15000-044Progress M-5 
Г15000-045Progress M-6 
Г15000-047Progress M-9 
Р15000-049Progress M-7 
Р15000-050Progress M-8 
Р15000-051Soyuz TM-12http://spacemodels.nuxit.net
Р15000-055Progress M-10Р?
Р15000-058Progress M-11 
Р15000-059Progress M-12 
У15000-061Progress M-15У?
У15000-062Progress M-13У?
У15000-064Progress M-14 
У15000-068Progress M-16 
Н15000-069Progress M-17 
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« Reply #5 on: 06/20/2009 08:20 AM »
11A511U-276024355Progress M-23 
11A511U76032992Progress M-22 
11A511U-276048930Progress-38 
11A511U77044270Progress M-20 
11A511U78018912Soyuz T-1 
11A511U-PVB78031800Kosmos-2420 
11A511U-PVB78036576Kosmos-2415 
11A511U-PVB78036844Kosmos-2410http://www.cosmopark.ru
11A511U-PVB78041490Kosmos-2423 
11A511U-PVB78051368Launch failure 14th May 1996 
11A511U-PVB77015105Launch failure 18th June 1987 
11A511U-PVB78039130Launch failure 27th July 1988 
     
8K78M-PVB76032647Kosmos-2340 
8K78M-PVB77031674Molniya-3 - August 1995 
8K78M-PVB78051676Launch failure 16th January 1997 
8K78M-PVB71612679Molniya-3 - October 1996 
8K78M-PVB 684Molniya-1T - April 2003 
8K78M-PVB77045685Kosmos-2393 
8K78M-PVB77013687Molniya-3 - October 2001 
8K78M-PVB 689Molniya-3 - June 2003 
8K78M-PVB 691Kosmos-2422 
8K78M-PVB77046693Kosmos-2446 
8K78M-PVB77046694Molniya-3 - June 2005 
     
14A1476033135Meridianhttp://upload.wikimedia.org
14A1477057143Kosmos-2441 
11A511U-PVB77057146Kosmos-2445 
     
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Re: Soyuz-U - Various Bits Of Information
« Reply #6 on: 07/04/2009 08:03 AM »
Another confusing thing is that R-7 are also refered to as the following

10М127С
10th machine of 127th series - 8K78M Н15000-294 Interbol-1

38th machine of 132nd series - 11A511U-PVB 14F138 Liana Lotos-S

12th machine of 133rd series - Soyuz-2.1B 14F137 Persona

http://www.novosti-kosmonavtiki.ru/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=3011&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=450

http://epizodsspace.airbase.ru/bibl/nk/1995/16-17/16-17-1995-2.html
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« Reply #7 on: 08/16/2009 08:58 AM »
11A511U-PVB Ш15000-112

11А511У-ПВБ №Ю15000-112 Прогресс М-67
Source: http://www.tv-tsenki.com/video.php?cat=ZapSput

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« Reply #8 on: 08/16/2009 03:31 PM »
11A511U-PVB Ш15000-112

11А511У-ПВБ №Ю15000-112 Прогресс М-67
Source: http://www.tv-tsenki.com/video.php?cat=ZapSput

Thank you!

Well spotted. Got Proton numbers too!

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Re: Soyuz-U - Various Bits Of Information
« Reply #9 on: 08/17/2009 08:31 AM »
11A511U-PVB Ю15000-114 Progress M-01M


114 is really Ш15000-114!
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« Reply #10 on: 08/17/2009 05:34 PM »
11A511U-PVB Ю15000-114 Progress M-01M


114 is really Ш15000-114!
From forum NK


That is what I had in my list at first... So either 112 is incorrect... Or this is the first one out of sequence...

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« Reply #11 on: 08/17/2009 06:52 PM »
11A511U-PVB Ш15000-113

According to my source:
11А511У-ПВБ №Ц15000-113 Прогресс М-02М

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« Reply #12 on: 08/26/2009 11:29 AM »
So either 112 is incorrect... Or this is the first one out of sequence...

I think that number is correct - Ю15000-112 (one of the numbers out of sequence - the rocket made by 1 year later?)

Number fairings (from the pictures) and the number of rocket
M-65                          Ш15000-111
M-67    Ю15000-079?  Ю15000-112
M-02M  Ш15000-080   ?                   (I think Ш15000-113)   
M-01M  Ш15000-081   Ш15000-114
M-66    Ю15000-082   Ю15000-115

According to my source:
11А511У-ПВБ №Ц15000-113 Прогресс М-02М
Ц - this is correct?

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« Reply #13 on: 08/30/2009 08:35 AM »
Do you know what is the object one can see at the junction between Blocks B/V/G/D/ and Block A ?

I think it is removed before launch, but it is still here during launcher erection.
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« Reply #14 on: 10/01/2009 06:13 PM »
Do you know what is the object one can see at the junction between Blocks B/V/G/D/ and Block A ?

I think it is removed before launch, but it is still here during launcher erection.

Not found the answer, but definitely they're there after installation on launch platform but not at launch. Guess they are red so they don't get missed!

http://www.nasa.gov/images/content/282521main_jsc2008e122485.jpg

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« Reply #15 on: 10/01/2009 08:48 PM »
sounds like historical info that should be added to Jonathan McDowell space history database! ::)
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« Reply #16 on: 10/02/2009 12:28 AM »
Do you know what is the object one can see at the junction between Blocks B/V/G/D/ and Block A ?

I think it is removed before launch, but it is still here during launcher erection.

Not found the answer, but definitely they're there after installation on launch platform but not at launch. Guess they are red so they don't get missed!

This was addressed in another thread, someone was speculating about the jettison mechanism for the strap-ons, and I believe it was Jim who noted that if the strap-ons were not securely attached to the core stage, then they would fall off as the vehicle was transported and raised vertically. So .... the implication is that the red objects hold the tips of the strap-ons during transport and erection, and then are removed, to allow the strap-ons to be jettisoned during flight.

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« Reply #17 on: 10/02/2009 07:55 AM »
Yes, I'd reached the same conclusion ! :-)
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« Reply #18 on: 10/02/2009 07:45 PM »
Yes, I'd reached the same conclusion ! :-)

Not very difficult to guess. But what is it exactly?

Are the booters released by a pyrotechnical system or only through a pure mecanical process?

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« Reply #19 on: 10/02/2009 08:09 PM »
Yes, I'd reached the same conclusion ! :-)

Not very difficult to guess. But what is it exactly?

Are the booters released by a pyrotechnical system or only through a pure mecanical process?

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Anik very detailedly explained the lateral blocks' separation in this post http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=12437.msg270859#msg270859

As can be seen there, the separation mechanism at the pointy, top end of these blocks is just mechanical, aided by venting through the oxygen release valve. The only pyrotechnical event happens at the base of the boosters. So my guess is the red, removable part avoids the train movement causing some weird movement to dislodge the lateral blocks at their top joints.
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