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Re: LIVE: Soyuz FG launch with Soyuz-MS-01 - July 7, 2016
« Reply #360 on: 11/06/2016 12:38 pm »
Another one, what's its designation 7K-TMS?

11F732A48.



Someone reading my website http://www.raumfahrtkalender.de asked me the question where the GRAU designation 11F732A48 comes from. Nicolas provided the information first, I think. But I have never seen a photo or a russion tender document with this designation mentioned. So I couldn't give a definite answer. The questioner hinted me to this photo (http://spaceflight101.com/soyuz-ms-01/wp-content/uploads/sites/92/2016/06/2343474127.jpg) from which I made the attached cutout enlargement. It's showing a detail of the first Soyuz-MS. You can read 11F732 and in the second row 83Yu7000A47-0. Without any knowledge about the secrets of russian serials I would think this makes a 11F732A47-0 ? Could someone of the TRUE experts (Nicolas, Anik, Stan...) provide some more insight?
Thank you all!
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Re: LIVE: Soyuz FG launch with Soyuz-MS-01 - July 7, 2016
« Reply #361 on: 11/06/2016 02:11 pm »
Nicolas provided the information first, I think.

anik provided the information first ! :D

You can see it in several pictures, for example :

http://www.kosmonavtika.com/vaisseaux/mks/missions/mkseo48/photos/mks48-64.jpg   (Soyuz MS-01)
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Re: LIVE: Soyuz FG launch with Soyuz-MS-01 - July 7, 2016
« Reply #362 on: 11/06/2016 02:32 pm »
Thank you, Nicolas. I couldn't find any hi-res photo. Should check my google skills. But the situation is now:
11F732A48 on the descent module, 11F732A47 on the orbital module (at least on it's insulation blankets). On the same vehicle. Still confused...
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Re: LIVE: Soyuz FG launch with Soyuz-MS-01 - July 7, 2016
« Reply #363 on: 11/06/2016 02:36 pm »
Another one, what's its designation 7K-TMS?

11F732A48.



Someone reading my website http://www.raumfahrtkalender.de asked me the question where the GRAU designation 11F732A48 comes from. Nicolas provided the information first, I think. But I have never seen a photo or a russion tender document with this designation mentioned. So I couldn't give a definite answer. The questioner hinted me to this photo (http://spaceflight101.com/soyuz-ms-01/wp-content/uploads/sites/92/2016/06/2343474127.jpg) from which I made the attached cutout enlargement. It's showing a detail of the first Soyuz-MS. You can read 11F732 and in the second row 83Yu7000A47-0. Without any knowledge about the secrets of russian serials I would think this makes a 11F732A47-0 ? Could someone of the TRUE experts (Nicolas, Anik, Stan...) provide some more insight?
Thank you all!

I think what this is, is a part that is common to both Soyuz-TMA and Soyuz-MS?

Possibly 83Ю7000 is connected to the docking system. Similar references can be found here:-
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=23735.msg677978#msg677978

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Re: LIVE: Soyuz FG launch with Soyuz-MS-01 - July 7, 2016
« Reply #364 on: 11/06/2016 02:54 pm »
I think what this is, is a part that is common to both Soyuz-TMA and Soyuz-MS?
That's my best explanation, too.
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Re: LIVE: Soyuz FG launch with Soyuz-MS-01 - July 7, 2016
« Reply #365 on: 11/06/2016 04:49 pm »
I've already seen "11A52" on some parts of Block DM-SL, you know... :D
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Re: LIVE: Soyuz FG launch with Soyuz-MS-01 - July 7, 2016
« Reply #366 on: 11/06/2016 07:05 pm »
Another one, what's its designation 7K-TMS?

11F732A48.



Someone reading my website http://www.raumfahrtkalender.de asked me the question where the GRAU designation 11F732A48 comes from. Nicolas provided the information first, I think. But I have never seen a photo or a russion tender document with this designation mentioned. So I couldn't give a definite answer. The questioner hinted me to this photo (http://spaceflight101.com/soyuz-ms-01/wp-content/uploads/sites/92/2016/06/2343474127.jpg) from which I made the attached cutout enlargement. It's showing a detail of the first Soyuz-MS. You can read 11F732 and in the second row 83Yu7000A47-0. Without any knowledge about the secrets of russian serials I would think this makes a 11F732A47-0 ? Could someone of the TRUE experts (Nicolas, Anik, Stan...) provide some more insight?
Thank you all!

I think what this is, is a part that is common to both Soyuz-TMA and Soyuz-MS?

Possibly 83Ю7000 is connected to the docking system. Similar references can be found here:-
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=23735.msg677978#msg677978
yes its the overall number for the docking system as a whole that includes the docking interface and KURS (They have they individual serials too on the actual parts).
« Last Edit: 11/06/2016 08:48 pm by russianhalo117 »

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