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Re: LIVE: Shenzhou-11 Mission Coverage - October/November, 2016
« Reply #641 on: 11/18/2016 08:23 am »
As of duration of descent, here are the data for the three latest Shenzhou.

Separation time (UTC) -- Landing time (UTC) -- Duration

SZ-09: 14:16 -- 15:03 -- 47 min
SZ-10: 12:21 -- 13:07 -- 46 min
SZ-11: 05:11 -- 05:59 -- 48 min

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Re: LIVE: Shenzhou-11 Mission Coverage - October/November, 2016
« Reply #642 on: 11/18/2016 09:10 am »
As of duration of descent, here are the data for the three latest Shenzhou.

Separation time (UTC) -- Landing time (UTC) -- Duration

SZ-09: 14:16 -- 15:03 -- 47 min
SZ-10: 12:21 -- 13:07 -- 46 min
SZ-11: 05:11 -- 05:59 -- 48 min

Separation of the descent and propulsion modules?
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Re: LIVE: Shenzhou-11 Mission Coverage - October/November, 2016
« Reply #643 on: 11/18/2016 09:25 am »
Did something went wrong with the landing? Even with the astronauts opening the hatch by themselves they never did show the astronauts coming out (hence the silence here - there was nothing to see) - and only Jing Haipeng spoke some time ago.  :-X

It seems that the module landed 100 km off course too.....

http://video.sina.com.cn/p/news/c/doc/2016-11-18/171765415309.html

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Re: LIVE: Shenzhou-11 Mission Coverage - October/November, 2016
« Reply #644 on: 11/18/2016 11:03 am »
Based on map at @cnspaceflight
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Re: LIVE: Shenzhou-11 Mission Coverage - October/November, 2016
« Reply #645 on: 11/18/2016 11:21 am »
Some photos of Shenzhou-11 on the ground.

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Re: LIVE: Shenzhou-11 Mission Coverage - October/November, 2016
« Reply #646 on: 11/18/2016 12:14 pm »
Based on info at @cnspaceflight

100 km overshoot

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Did something went wrong with the landing? Even with the astronauts opening the hatch by themselves they never did show the astronauts coming out (hence the silence here - there was nothing to see) - and only Jing Haipeng spoke some time ago.  :-X

It seems that the module landed 100 km off course too.....

http://video.sina.com.cn/p/news/c/doc/2016-11-18/171765415309.html

Thanks - I guess it was that overshooting that cause the lack of live coverage. I just saw TV report snap shots showing them flown to Beijing and the crew look fine when exiting the plane.
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Re: LIVE: Shenzhou-11 Mission Coverage - October/November, 2016
« Reply #648 on: 11/18/2016 12:42 pm »
Extraction of astronauts from the landing capsule:
Both seems to be OK.
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Re: LIVE: Shenzhou-11 Mission Coverage - October/November, 2016
« Reply #649 on: 11/19/2016 06:45 am »
So far we do not have the Shenzhou 11 orbital module catalogued.

I wonder if we are having a repeat of the Shenzhou 9 recovery.   Then orbital data for the newly-separated orbital module were being issued under the Tiangong 1 designator due to a cataloguing error, while no data were being issued for the real Tiangong 1.
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Re: LIVE: Shenzhou-11 Mission Coverage - October/November, 2016
« Reply #650 on: 11/19/2016 07:51 am »
The exact time of the landing of the descent capsule "Shenzhou-11"
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Re: LIVE: Shenzhou-11 Mission Coverage - October/November, 2016
« Reply #651 on: 11/19/2016 08:08 am »
The exact time of separation from the engine compartment of the descent capsule "Shenzhou-11"
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Re: LIVE: Shenzhou-11 Mission Coverage - October/November, 2016
« Reply #652 on: 11/19/2016 08:17 am »
The exact time of the landing of the descent capsule "Shenzhou-11"

I wonder that the coordinates on your image does not correspond with actual point coordinates. So the question: is it really the landing time? I do not understand Chinese language.
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Re: LIVE: Shenzhou-11 Mission Coverage - October/November, 2016
« Reply #653 on: 11/19/2016 08:18 am »
Is there an exact time for the forward (orbital) module separation please?   A couple of minutes before the retro ignition, I expect.
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Re: LIVE: Shenzhou-11 Mission Coverage - October/November, 2016
« Reply #654 on: 11/19/2016 08:20 am »
The exact time of separation from the engine compartment of the descent capsule "Shenzhou-11"

Separation of orbital module.

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Re: LIVE: Shenzhou-11 Mission Coverage - October/November, 2016
« Reply #655 on: 11/19/2016 08:28 am »
The entry into the atmosphere
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Re: LIVE: Shenzhou-11 Mission Coverage - October/November, 2016
« Reply #656 on: 11/19/2016 08:31 am »
Are there photographs/video shorts which show the times of the perigee-raising manoeuvre on October 17 and then apogee-raising and orbit circularisation on the following day, please?
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Re: LIVE: Shenzhou-11 Mission Coverage - October/November, 2016
« Reply #657 on: 11/19/2016 12:10 pm »
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Re: LIVE: Shenzhou-11 Mission Coverage - October/November, 2016
« Reply #658 on: 11/19/2016 01:21 pm »
The exact time of the landing of the descent capsule "Shenzhou-11"

Just calculated the total mission duration now that the actual landing time was revealed:

32 days, 6 hours, 29 minutes, 8 seconds.
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Re: LIVE: Shenzhou-11 Mission Coverage - October/November, 2016
« Reply #659 on: 11/19/2016 03:50 pm »
Planting of the descent capsule "Shenzhou-11" may have been tough, not soft! Not all of the powder landing engines worked. Large overload. And perhaps it was a ballistic descent from orbit descent capsule "Shenzhou-11". The deviation of the estimated landing point of more than 100 km.
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