September 23, Monday12 p.m. – Coverage of the launch of the JAXA HTV-8 cargo craft mission to the International Space Station; launch scheduled at 12:30 p.m. EDT (All Channels)
September 28, Saturday5:45 a.m. – Coverage of the rendezvous and capture of the JAXA HTV-8 cargo craft at the International Space Station; capture scheduled at 7:15 a.m. EDT (All Channels)9:30 a.m. – Coverage of the installation of the JAXA HTV-8 cargo craft to the International Space Station (All Channels)
The following changes will be made based on the results of the latest orbit based analysis (※ 1) of the International Space Station and Soyuz spacecraft. It was revealed there’s a possibility that the 2nd stage of H-IIB rocket after separation from "KOUNOTORI8" may approach the Soyuz spacecraft.*1: COLlision Avoidance Analysis to prevent collision between the rocket and debris from the rocket and manned space systems (Space Station, etc.) in orbit after launching the rocket. The launch was previously rescheduled for September 24, 2019. Updated launch schedule is as follows. Launch Date: Thursday, September 25, 2019Launch Time: 1:05 am (Japan Standard Time, JST) *1Launch Window: September 26 through October 31, 2019 *2
from: https://www.roscosmos.ru/26839/QuoteЗапуск к Международной космической станции запланирован на 25 сентября 2019 года в 16:57:43 мск. Launch schedule September 25, 2019 at 13:57:43 UTC.
Запуск к Международной космической станции запланирован на 25 сентября 2019 года в 16:57:43 мск.
Astronauts Nick Hague? and Andrew Morgan on the space station will conduct five spacewalks — the first is set for Oct. 6 — to begin installing the fresh batteries, which will replace aging and less-capable nickel-hydrogen batteries on the P6 solar array module on the far port side of the station’s truss backbone.
Almansoori will come back to Earth on Oct. 3 with Russian cosmonaut Alexey Ovchinin and NASA astronaut Nick Hague aboard the Soyuz MS-12 spacecraft. Ovchinin and Hague will wrap up a 203-day mission, while Almansoori will land after eight days in orbit.
William Harwood @cbs_spacenewsHTV-8: If all goes well, the HTV-8 spacecraft will reach the station Saturday morning; grapple by the lab's robot arm is expected around 7:15am; 5 EVAs are planned to install the new batteries; target dates are 10/6,11,16,21 and 25
"In the fourth quarter of 2019, it is planned to launch the Tanyusha -5, -6 spacecraft with call signs (RS10S, RS11S), whose mission will be to observe the Earth's surface, build a depth map and an experiment spaced in space," the document says.Satellites were built by Southwestern State University (SWSU).
My question is, when did they go to the ISS?
Current schedule of ISS flight eventsNET Late September - HDTV-EF2 exchange on the EFU-Adapter
High Definition Television Camera-Exposed Facility 2 (HDTV-EF2 ) Control Unit Installation: The HDTV-EF2 control unit launched on NG-11 and was installed onto the JEM Airlock slide table today. It will eventually be installed on the Exposed Facility Unit (EFU) Adapter #5 using the JEM Small Fine Arm.
Today’s Planned Activities:JEM Airlock Slide Table (ST) Extension to JPM SideJEM Exposed Facility High Definition TV Control Equipment R&R part 1JEM Exposed Facility High Definition TV Control Equipment R&R part 2JEM Airlock Slide Table (ST) Retraction from JPM Side
MOSCOW, Sep 28 - RIA News. The launch of the next U.S. cargo ship Cygnus to the International Space Station (ISS) with the Antares launch vehicle with Russian engines, scheduled for October 21, was postponed to October 29, a source in the space rocket told RIA Novosti.
Current schedule of ISS flight eventsUTC time is used in table2019NET Late September - HTV battery palet extracting by SSRMS (or Q4 October)NET October 26 - install EP with 8 old batteries by SSRMS in HTV-8 Kounotori-8 (or Q4 November)
QuoteTomorrow we start external Cargo ops, swapping Battery Pallets in prep for upcoming EVAs.It seems that this work is now underway
Tomorrow we start external Cargo ops, swapping Battery Pallets in prep for upcoming EVAs.