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Re: Flight crew assignments
« Reply #3620 on: 08/07/2022 08:10 pm »
My understanding has been that 60 at the point of assignment to a mission is generally the cut-off point, thus allowing astros to fly by age 61-62 at the latest.
Tom marshburn he was 60 while in space turned 61 in space.
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Re: Flight crew assignments
« Reply #3621 on: 08/07/2022 08:12 pm »
[Borisov] is on Crew-7, launching in Spring 2024--Spacefacts is wrong there. I know I've seen it, and I'm nearly positive Oleg Kononenko has confirmed it. (The manned launches page and the upcoming expeditions page also do not always agree.) As far as Tracy Caldwell-Dyson, the red doesn't mean she's not flying: that just means that she was part of that group of updates (there was one or more in red font, just like in blue font or brown font).
thanks for letting me know that on Caldwell & borisov.
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Re: Flight crew assignments
« Reply #3622 on: 08/10/2022 01:27 pm »
I think youíll see the currently unassigned members of Group 22 get assigned to the earliest flights possible. Cardman, Dominick, Kim.

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Re: Flight crew assignments
« Reply #3623 on: 08/10/2022 07:13 pm »
There is no more "Artemis Group"

Reid Wiseman, current chief astronaut, has stated that all 42 active NASA astronauts are available for Artemis missions


https://www.spaceflightinsider.com/organizations/nasa/are-all-astronauts-eligible-for-artemis-moon-missions/?fbclid=IwAR3O-OC3PRZk4UNX3F4RaMmOGZndmZ3ux3fBcvDx9TJwNQ1gFANzxvk1YsA


Posted from "Artemis Astronaut Assignments"
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Re: Flight crew assignments
« Reply #3624 on: 08/11/2022 04:01 am »
There is no more "Artemis Group"

Reid Wiseman, current chief astronaut, has stated that all 42 active NASA astronauts are available for Artemis missions

I realize that, but thank you for making sure I knew. If you're referring to my thoughts on Acaba, I wasn't predicting who would fly on Artemis (I personally have him on Artemis III)--I was just saying I couldn't see him as commander.

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Re: Flight crew assignments
« Reply #3625 on: 08/11/2022 09:04 pm »
No harm no foul. I thought Victor Glover was a shoo-in to command Artemis 3

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Re: Flight crew assignments
« Reply #3626 on: 08/13/2022 05:16 pm »
[Borisov] is on Crew-7, launching in Spring 2024--Spacefacts is wrong there. I know I've seen it, and I'm nearly positive Oleg Kononenko has confirmed it. (The manned launches page and the upcoming expeditions page also do not always agree.) As far as Tracy Caldwell-Dyson, the red doesn't mean she's not flying: that just means that she was part of that group of updates (there was one or more in red font, just like in blue font or brown font).
they havenít announced who the crew 7 MS1 is itís not furukawa according to multiple sources borisov is MS2, I have a feeling Tim peake will be assigned to space x crew 8 as either pilot or mission specialist. Donít know who will be assigned as commander the launch isnít until 2024 maybe drew feustel gets assigned to command that mission or someone like a Randy bresnik or a Scott tingle. Cuz bresnik was selected as a pilot back in 04.
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Re: Flight crew assignments
« Reply #3627 on: 08/13/2022 08:26 pm »
Seems that Tunisia wants to fly a woman with Russia to ISS in 2024.

Tunisie : 8 femmes en lice pour Ítre la premiŤre femme astronaute tunisienne

Eight female fighter pilots are in the running to be selected :Hala Awassa, Ibtihal Youssef, Wafa El-Baldi, Yomna El-Dalali, Olfa Lajnef, Rahma Trabelsi, Hind Safferi and Malika Mabrouk

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Re: Flight crew assignments
« Reply #3628 on: 08/13/2022 09:41 pm »
No harm no foul. I thought Victor Glover was a shoo-in to command Artemis 3

I suspect it will either be someone with previous CDR experience or more Artemis experience (e.g., Bresnik), but I could see that.

they havenít announced who the crew 7 MS1 is itís not furukawa according to multiple sources borisov is MS2

Interesting! I had not heard that Furukawa was not expected to fly on Crew-7.

Seems that Tunisia wants to fly a woman with Russia to ISS in 2024.

Does anyone know whether this would be a taxi crew (like TMA-18M) or a dedicated tourist flight (like MS-20?

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Re: Flight crew assignments
« Reply #3629 on: 08/13/2022 10:19 pm »
The thing on Furukawa was on Wikipedia than someone edited it out and put him on Boeing starliner 1 which is yet to be confirmed the only astronaut confirmed is Jeanette Epps I have a feeling Mike fincke will command the first starliner mission with Matthew Dominick as pilot but idk whoíll command and pilot Boeing starliner 1.only one ik assigned to the mission is Jeanette Epps. Satoshi furukawa is yet to be confirmed if heís flying on starliner 1 or starliner 2.
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Re: Flight crew assignments
« Reply #3630 on: 08/13/2022 10:22 pm »
No harm no foul. I thought Victor Glover was a shoo-in to command Artemis 3

I suspect it will either be someone with previous CDR experience or more Artemis experience (e.g., Bresnik), but I could see that.

I think the two females that will walk on the moon first in 2025 will be 58 year old Stephanie Wilson, & 60 year old Suni Williams, since their the most senior astronauts. Although I could see Megan mcarthur get an Artemis slot.
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Re: Flight crew assignments
« Reply #3631 on: 08/14/2022 01:56 am »
[Borisov] is on Crew-7, launching in Spring 2024--Spacefacts is wrong there. I know I've seen it, and I'm nearly positive Oleg Kononenko has confirmed it. (The manned launches page and the upcoming expeditions page also do not always agree.) As far as Tracy Caldwell-Dyson, the red doesn't mean she's not flying: that just means that she was part of that group of updates (there was one or more in red font, just like in blue font or brown font).
they havenít announced who the crew 7 MS1 is itís not furukawa according to multiple sources borisov is MS2, I have a feeling Tim peake will be assigned to space x crew 8 as either pilot or mission specialist. Donít know who will be assigned as commander the launch isnít until 2024 maybe drew feustel gets assigned to command that mission or someone like a Randy bresnik or a Scott tingle. Cuz bresnik was selected as a pilot back in 04.

You are forgetting Jeremy Hansen. If Furukawa flies on Crew-7 then Hansen flies on Starliner-1, or vice-versa.
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Re: Flight crew assignments
« Reply #3632 on: 08/14/2022 02:46 am »
You are forgetting Jeremy Hansen. If Furukawa flies on Crew-7 then Hansen flies on Starliner-1, or vice-versa.

Do we know that it will be a third international astronaut and not a second American?

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Re: Flight crew assignments
« Reply #3633 on: 08/14/2022 04:28 am »
You are forgetting Jeremy Hansen. If Furukawa flies on Crew-7 then Hansen flies on Starliner-1, or vice-versa.

Do we know that it will be a third international astronaut and not a second American?
Thatís the issue Boeing hasnít come out and told us whoís flying the first starliner mission if Hansen doesnít fly on starliner one heíll fly on starliner 2.
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Re: Flight crew assignments
« Reply #3634 on: 08/14/2022 03:54 pm »
 I am wondering if the time has come to split this thread into 2 parts: one for confirmed actual verified officially flight crew assignments and a second one for speculation. Hey, I love reading everyone's guesses and reasoning, but it would be great to come straight to real information. I would still enjoy both parts, of course!

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Re: Flight crew assignments
« Reply #3635 on: 08/14/2022 09:30 pm »
I am wondering if the time has come to split this thread into 2 parts: one for confirmed actual verified officially flight crew assignments and a second one for speculation. Hey, I love reading everyone's guesses and reasoning, but it would be great to come straight to real information. I would still enjoy both parts, of course!

Yes, I wholeheartedly agree.    I thought this thread was for "confirmed actual verified officially flight crew assignments"  not speculations but was biting my tongue hoping they would run out of gas soon but they seem to go on forever.  Speculation should maybe be a thread associated with a particular flight?

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Re: Flight crew assignments
« Reply #3636 on: 08/15/2022 01:35 am »
I am wondering if the time has come to split this thread into 2 parts: one for confirmed actual verified officially flight crew assignments and a second one for speculation. Hey, I love reading everyone's guesses and reasoning, but it would be great to come straight to real information. I would still enjoy both parts, of course!

Yes, I wholeheartedly agree.    I thought this thread was for "confirmed actual verified officially flight crew assignments"  not speculations but was biting my tongue hoping they would run out of gas soon but they seem to go on forever.  Speculation should maybe be a thread associated with a particular flight?
someone should create a separate thread on predictions for Boeing starliner & the space x crew dragon crew assignments.
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Re: Flight crew assignments
« Reply #3637 on: 08/16/2022 01:26 am »
I am wondering if the time has come to split this thread into 2 parts: one for confirmed actual verified officially flight crew assignments and a second one for speculation. Hey, I love reading everyone's guesses and reasoning, but it would be great to come straight to real information. I would still enjoy both parts, of course!

Yes, I wholeheartedly agree.    I thought this thread was for "confirmed actual verified officially flight crew assignments"  not speculations but was biting my tongue hoping they would run out of gas soon but they seem to go on forever.  Speculation should maybe be a thread associated with a particular flight?
someone should create a separate thread on predictions for Boeing crew dragon crew assignments, & starliner crew assignments.
"Boeing crew dragon" ? lol that's a new one. No worries, Bill Nelson also have them mixed up...

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Re: Flight crew assignments
« Reply #3638 on: 08/16/2022 07:18 am »
Tim Peake returns to ESA at the end of October. From that point on, he can be assigned to a mission.

When will the UK take another giant leap into space?
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Re: Flight crew assignments
« Reply #3639 on: 08/16/2022 07:19 pm »
I am wondering if the time has come to split this thread into 2 parts: one for confirmed actual verified officially flight crew assignments and a second one for speculation. Hey, I love reading everyone's guesses and reasoning, but it would be great to come straight to real information. I would still enjoy both parts, of course!

Yes, I wholeheartedly agree.    I thought this thread was for "confirmed actual verified officially flight crew assignments"  not speculations but was biting my tongue hoping they would run out of gas soon but they seem to go on forever.  Speculation should maybe be a thread associated with a particular flight?
someone should create a separate thread on predictions for Boeing crew dragon crew assignments, & starliner crew assignments.
"Boeing crew dragon" ? lol that's a new one. No worries, Bill Nelson also have them mixed up...
I fixed it.

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