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Re: Redesigned HTV:HTV-X
« Reply #60 on: 10/30/2020 07:21 am »
https://twitter.com/HTVX_JAXA/status/1321637010411462661
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SpaceBD Co., Ltd. is a company that integrates onboard satellites in the microsatellite release mission performed by HTV-X1. @spacebd_inc In this mission, the free flight capability of #HTVX with adjustable altitude and phase will bring out new demand for microsatellite emission!
https://iss.jaxa.jp/htv-x/news/cargo/201029.html
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The first H-II Transfer Vehicle (HTV-X) will carry out a microsatellite (Cubesat) release mission in the technology demonstration mission phase after the departure from the International Space Station (ISS).
In this mission, a public offering was conducted from June 30, 2020 for companies that cultivate satellite users to be installed, select release satellites, and perform user integration required for release.
We are pleased to inform you that Space BD Co., Ltd. has been selected and a contract has been concluded.
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In this mission, it is possible to extend the operating period of microsatellite and apply it to practical use missions by emitting satellites from higher altitudes than the ISS,

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Re: Redesigned HTV:HTV-X
« Reply #61 on: 11/05/2020 12:57 pm »
That's a really neat capability. If the whole Lunar Gateway thing progresses, that could give the gateway-resupply HTV-X the ability to deliver microsatellite into or close to Lunar orbit! Great for telecoms relays or single-instrument mapping missions.

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Re: Redesigned HTV:HTV-X
« Reply #62 on: 12/25/2020 02:53 am »

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« Reply #63 on: 03/22/2021 05:01 am »
New video released
« Last Edit: 03/22/2021 05:02 am by Josh_from_Canada »
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Re: Redesigned HTV:HTV-X
« Reply #64 on: 06/18/2021 12:49 pm »
We conducted a pressure resistance / leakage test for the HTV-X Unit 1 pressurization module! The pressurized module astronauts enter during ISS mooring withstand the pressure difference between the vacuum of space, it will be required to hold the air Balloonin the test, pressurized sealed gas inside, deformation or gas Leakage was measured.

https://twitter.com/HTVX_JAXA/status/1405798215832662019

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Re: Redesigned HTV:HTV-X
« Reply #65 on: 07/08/2021 10:42 am »
The JAXA HTV Technology Center, which has been responsible for the development and operation of "Stork", has played all roles and has been disbanded. And from July 1st, the "Automatic Docking Technology Demonstration Project Team" was launched with the aim of demonstrating with HTV-X2. Thank you for your continued support!

https://twitter.com/HTVX_JAXA/status/1413041193127014403

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Re: Redesigned HTV:HTV-X
« Reply #66 on: 08/06/2021 10:26 am »
Space BD Co., Ltd., which was selected as a company to select satellites and make various adjustments in the microsatellite release mission scheduled to be carried out on [email protected]_inc ) Has entered into a business alliance regarding this mission, Nihon University College of Science and Technology (@NihonUniv_CST ) Was signed!

https://twitter.com/HTVX_JAXA/status/1423463132370923522

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Re: Redesigned HTV:HTV-X
« Reply #67 on: 09/01/2021 10:50 pm »
JAXA has released the HTV-X1 mission patch (clean version attached).

https://twitter.com/HTVX_JAXA/status/1432918513673404427

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The mission mark for HTV-X has been decided! Inheriting the history of that completed all missions, it expresses the appearance of HTV-X heading to the ISS and the moon. Did you notice the implications of the detailed design? The correct answer is https://humans-in-space.jaxa.jp/htv-x/news/project/210901.html Please refer to the!
« Last Edit: 09/03/2021 02:38 am by zubenelgenubi »

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Re: Redesigned HTV:HTV-X
« Reply #68 on: 09/16/2021 12:31 pm »

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« Reply #69 on: 10/26/2021 12:59 pm »
Some slides showing the mission profiles for HTV-X1 and the HTV-X2 docking demonstration!

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Re: Redesigned HTV:HTV-X
« Reply #71 on: 07/07/2022 05:59 am »
Translation and photo.

"Shots with all participants. The gold color in the back is the first HTV-X. Thank you all and congratulations on your hard work!"
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Re: Redesigned HTV:HTV-X
« Reply #72 on: 07/07/2022 10:00 pm »
Who is building the docking port for HTV-X2?

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« Reply #73 on: 07/08/2022 12:41 am »
Who is building the docking port for HTV-X2?

Likely Boeing. They designed the National Docking System and they already provide the Common Berthing Mechanism for the HTV.

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Re: Redesigned HTV:HTV-X
« Reply #74 on: 07/08/2022 01:05 am »
Who is building the docking port for HTV-X2?

Likely Boeing. They designed the National Docking System and they already provide the Common Berthing Mechanism for the HTV.
Itís not hard to build one. SpaceX made one. The Russians actually made the original APAS adapter on which the NDS is based.
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Re: Redesigned HTV:HTV-X
« Reply #75 on: 07/08/2022 01:24 am »
Who is building the docking port for HTV-X2?

Likely Boeing. They designed the National Docking System and they already provide the Common Berthing Mechanism for the HTV.
JAXA Docking System is a joint project by JAXA and MHI. Boeing, Energia Airbus DS and TAS could be subcontractors as the prime contractor is MHI. It is supposed to be domestically developed using the ISS MCB developed IDSS documentation.
« Last Edit: 07/08/2022 01:27 am by russianhalo117 »

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Re: Redesigned HTV:HTV-X
« Reply #77 on: 08/03/2022 08:39 am »
Looks ready to go!

And indeed, the pressurized module for the first HTV-X has been shipped from Nagoya to Tanegashima!

https://twitter.com/HTVX_JAXA/status/1554662174907596800
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Re: Redesigned HTV:HTV-X
« Reply #78 on: 08/05/2022 06:44 am »

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Re: Redesigned HTV:HTV-X
« Reply #79 on: 08/05/2022 09:42 am »
Ojarimose Tanegashima

HTV-X new space station resupply vehicle @HTVX_JAXA ∑9h The HTV-X1 pressurization module has safely arrived at 🌴Tanegashima. The container with the pressurized module will be transported by land to the Tanegashima Space Center ( @tnsc_JAXA )!

https://twitter.com/tnsc_JAXA/status/1555425084780990464


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