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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #380 on: 10/13/2017 01:51 pm »
Completed ISS flight events
UTC time is used in table

2017
January 6  12:23-18:55 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-38) from Quest airlock [Kimbrough, Whitson]
January 13  11:22-17:20 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-39) from Quest airlock [Kimbrough, Pesquet]
January 16  09:10:16 - release of satellites ITF-2, FREEDOM, WASEDA-SAT3 from J-SSOD#6
January 16  09:20:18 - release of satellite EGG from J-SSOD#6
January 16  10:40:19 - release of satellite AOBA-Velox III from J-SSOD#6
January 16  10:50:23 - release of satellite TuPOD from J-SSOD#6
January 27 11:00 / 15:45 - HTV-6 Kounotori-6 unberthing (from Harmony nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
January 31  14:25:09 - Progress MS-03 undocking (from Pirs)
January 31  17:34:01 / 18:10 - Progress MS-03 deorbit  and reentered the atmosphere
February 5  14:42 / 15:06 - HTV-6 Kounotori-6 deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
February 19  14:38:59.5 - Dragon (SpX-10) launch
February 22  05:58:33.318 - Progress MS-05 launch
February 23  10:44 / 13:12 - Dragon (SpX-10) capture and berthing (to Harmony nadir) by SSRMS
February 24  08:29:49 - Progress MS-05 docking (to Pirs)
March 2  03:10:00 - ISS orbit's reboost by Zvezda module engines
March 6  10:25:01 - release of two satellites Lemur-2 from NRCSD#10
March 6  15:05:00 - release of two satellites Lemur-2 from NRCSD#10
March 6  18:20:00 - release of satellite TechEdSat-5 from NRCSD#10
March 18  20:45 - Dragon (SpX-10) unberthing (from Harmony nadir) by SSRMS and Overnight Park
March 19  09:11 - Dragon (SpX-10) releasing by SSRMS
March 19  13:55 / 14:46:22 - Dragon (SpX-10) deorbit and splashdown
March 24  11:24-17:58 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-40) from Quest airlock [Kimbrough, Pesquet]
March 26  18:39-21:21 - PMA-3 relocating from Node 3 Port to Node 2 Zenith
March 30  11:29-18:33 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-41) from Quest airlock [Kimbrough, Whitson]
April 3  14:20:00 - ISS orbit's reboost by Zvezda module engines
April 10  07:57:26 / 10:28:31 - Soyuz MS-02 undocking (from Poisk) and deorbit [Ryzhikov, Borisenko, Kimbrough]
April 10  10:58 / 11:20:21.6 - Soyuz MS-02 reentered the atmosphere and landing [Ryzhikov, Borisenko, Kimbrough]
April 18  15:11:26.1 - Cygnus (OA-7) launch
April 20  07:13:43.171 / 13:18:30 - Soyuz MS-04 launch [Yurchikhin, Fischer, container] and docking (to Poisk)
April 22  10:05 / 12:39 - Cygnus (OA-7) capture and berthing (to Unity nadir) by SSRMS
April 27  05:10:00 - ISS orbit's reboost by Zvezda module engines
May 12  13:08-17:21 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-42) from Quest airlock [Whitson, Fischer]
May 16  08:24:59 - release of satellites DE02 (SOMP 2), TR02 (HAVELSAT), US04 (QBUS 4, Columbia) [QB50-ISS] from NRCSD#11
May 16  11:54:59 - release of satellites CXBN 2, IceCube (Earth 1) [ELaNa 17], KySat 3 (SGSat) from NRCSD#11
May 17   01:45:00 - release of satellites TW01 (PHOENIX), FR01 (XCubeSat), SE01 (qbee50-LTU-OC) [QB50-ISS] from NRCSD#11
May 17  08:12:59 - release of satellite ALTAIR™ Pathfinder from NRCSD#11
May 17  12:40:01 - release of satellite SHARC from NRCSD#11
May 17  21:35:00 - ISS orbit's reboost by Zvezda module engines
May 18  01:00:00 - release of satellites AZ01 (ZA-AeroSat), KR01 (LINK) [QB50-ISS] from NRCSD#11
May 18  04:15:00 - release of satellite CSUNSat 1 [ELaNa 17] and Biarri Point from NRCSD#11
May 18  08:25:00 - release of satellites GR02 (UPSat), FR05 (SpaceCube), IL01 (Hoopoe) [QB50-ISS] from NRCSD#11
May 23  11:20-14:06 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-43) from Quest airlock [Whitson, Fischer]
May 25  05:25 - release of satellites US01 (QBUS 1, Challenger), CN03 (NJUST 1), AU02 (UNSW-EC0) [QB50-ISS] from NRCSD#12
May 25  08:35 - release of satellites CN02 (LilacSat 1, Zidingxiang 1), GR01 (DUTHSat), AZ02 (nSIGHT 1) [QB50-ISS] from NRCSD#12
May 25  11:55 - release of satellites ES01 (QBITO), FI01 (Aalto 2), AU01 (SUSat) [QB50-ISS] from NRCSD#12
May 25  23:31 - release of satellite KR03 (SNUSAT 1b) [QB50-ISS] from NRCSD#12
May 26  04:00:00 - release of satellites AU03 (i-INSPIRE 2), UA01 (PolyITAN-2-SAU), KR02 (SNUSAT 1) [QB50-ISS] from NRCSD#12
May 26  08:55:00 - release of satellite CA03 (Ex-Alta 1) [QB50-ISS] from NRCSD#12
May 26  12:15 - release of satellites CN04 (Aoxiang 1), TR01 (BeEagleSat), US02 (QBUS 2, Atlantis) [QB50-ISS] from NRCSD#12
June 2  10:47:04 / 13:17:09 - Soyuz MS-03 undocking (from Poisk) and deorbit [Novitskiy, Pesquet]
June 2  13:47:25 / 14:10:30.2 - Soyuz MS-03 reentered the atmosphere and landing [Novitskiy, Pesquet]
June 3  21:07:38 - Dragon (SpX-11) launch
June 4  11:05 - Cygnus (OA-7) unberthing (from Unity nadir)
June 4  13:10 - Cygnus (OA-7) releasing from ISS by SSRMS
June 5  13:52 / 16:07 - Dragon (SpX-11) capture and berthing (to Harmony nadir) by SSRMS
June 11  16:36:59 / 17:08 - Cygnus (OA-7) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
June 14  09:20:13.013 - Progress MS-06 launch
June 16  11:37:36 - Progress MS-06 docking (to Zvezda)
July 2 ~21:40 - Dragon (SpX-11) unberthing (from Harmony nadir) by SSRMS
July 3  06:41 - Dragon (SpX-11) releasing from ISS by SSRMS
July 3  11:13 / 12:13 - Dragon (SpX-11) deorbit and splashdown
July 7  08:51 - release of  satellites TOKI, GhanaSat-1 and Mazaalai from J-SSOD#7
July 7  09:11 - release of  satellites BRAC Onnesha and NigeriaEdusat1 from J-SSOD#7
July 20  17:46 - Progress MS-05 undocking (from Pirs)
July 20  20:58 / 21:32 - Progress MS-05 deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
July 28  15:41:12.285 / 21:54:45 - Soyuz MS-05 launch [Ryazansky, Bresnik, Nespoli] and docking (to Rassvet)
August 9  12:25:00 - ISS orbit's reboost by Progress MS-06 engines
August 14  16:31:37 - Dragon (SpX-12) launch
August 16  10:52 / 13:06 - Dragon (SpX-12) capture and berthing (to Harmony nadir) by SSRMS
August 17  14:36 / 22:10 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-43) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Ryazansky]
August 17  15:10 - release of satellite TOMSK-TPU-120
August 17  15:15 - release of satellite Tanyusha SWSU №1 (Radioscaf RS-6)
August 17  15:16 - release of satellite Tanyusha SWSU №2 (Radioscaf RS-7)
August 17  15:21 - release of satellite TNS-0 №2
August 17  15:29 - release of satellite Sfera-53
August 27  04:55:00 - ISS orbit's reboost by Progress MS-06 engines
September 2  21:58:01 - Soyuz MS-04 undocking (from Poisk) [Yurchikhin, Fischer, Whitson]
September 3  00:28:54 / 00:59:08 - Soyuz MS-04 deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
September 3  01:21:43 - Soyuz MS-04 landing [Yurchikhin, Fischer, Whitson]
September 12/13  21:17:02.407 / 02:55:15 - Soyuz MS-06 launch [Misurkin, Vande Hei, Acaba] and docking (to Poisk)
September 16/17  22:06 / 08:41 - Dragon (SpX-12) unberthing (from Harmony nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
September 17  13:24 / 13:50  - Dragon (SpX-12) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
September 17  14:14 - Dragon (SpX-12) splashdown
September 27  16:50 - ISS orbit's reboost by Progress MS-06 engines
October 5  12:05-19:00 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-44) from Quest airlock [Bresnik, Vande Hei]
October 10  11:56-18:22 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-45) from Quest airlock [Bresnik, Vande Hei]
October 14  08:46:53.478 - Progress MS-07 launch
October 16  11:04:07 - Progress MS-07 docking (to Pirs)
October 20  11:47-18:36 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-46) from Quest airlock [Bresnik, Acaba]
October 24  09:45:01 - release of satellites KE-IIM-1 (Kestrel Eye Block IIM Space Vehicle 1) from Kaber
October 27  09:15:23 - release of satellite SIMPL from Kaber
November 2  03:15 - ISS orbit's reboost by Progress MS-06 engines

Current schedule of ISS flight events
UTC time is used in table

2017
November    10   11  12:37 - Cygnus (OA-8) launch
November 13  10:40 / ~12:40 - Cygnus (OA-8) capture and berthing (to Unity nadir) by SSRMS
mid-November - release of satellites ELaNa XXII: ASTERIA, Dellingr/RBLE, OSIRIS-3U from NRCSD#13
November 22 - ISS orbit's reboost by Progress MS-06 engines
NET November - release of satellite RemoveDebris from Kaber (or early 2018)
NET November 28  December 4  19:52 - Dragon (SpX-13) launch
NET November 30  December 6  - Dragon (SpX-13) capture and berthing (to Harmony nadir) by SSRMS
December 7 - Progress MS-06 undocking (from Zvezda)
December 7 - Progress MS-06 deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
December 14  ~05:15 / 08:36 - Soyuz MS-05 undocking (from Rassvet) and landing [Ryazansky, Bresnik, Nespoli]
December 17  07:21 - Soyuz MS-07 launch [Shkaplerov, Tingle, Kanai]
December 19 - Soyuz MS-07 [Shkaplerov, Tingle, Kanai] docking (to Rassvet)
mid-December - Cygnus (OA-8) with TangoLab unberthing (from Unity nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
TBD - release of chineese satellite

2018
early - Cygnus (OA-8) with TangoLab  capture and berthing (to Unity nadir) by SSRMS
NET Late December 2017  Early January - Dragon (SpX-13) unberthing (from Harmony nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
NET Late December 2017  Early January - Dragon (SpX-13) splashdown
January - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-44) from Pirs airlock [Misurkin, Shkaplerov]
January - release of satellites Radioscaf RS-8 (Tanyusha SWSU №3), Radioscaf RS-9 (Tanyusha SWSU №4), ТNS-0 №3, Iskra-5
January - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-47) from Quest airlock
January - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-48) from Quest airlock
January - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-49) from Quest airlock
early February  June - Progress MS-07 undocking (from Pirs)
early February  June - Progress MS-07 deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
February 9 - Dragon (SpX-14) launch
February 11 - Dragon (SpX-14) capture and berthing (to ISS) by SSRMS
February 13 - Progress MS-08 launch and docking (to Zvezda  Pirs)
mid-February - Cygnus (OA-8) unberthing (from Unity nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
February - Cygnus (OA-8) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
February - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-50) from Quest airlock
February 27 - Soyuz MS-06 undocking (from Poisk) and landing [Misurkin, Vande Hei, Acaba]
March 10 - Soyuz MS-08 launch  [Artemyev, Feustel, Arnold] and docking (to Poisk)
Mid-March - Dragon (SpX-14) unberthing (from ISS) and releasing by SSRMS
Mid-March - Dragon (SpX-14) splashdown
April - Dragon v2 (SpX-DM1) un-crewed launch and docking (to PMA-2/IDA2)
April - Soyuz MS-07 undocking (from Rassvet) and landing [Shkaplerov, Tingle, Kanai]
April 25 - Soyuz MS-09 launch [Prokopiev, Epps, Gerst] and docking (to Rassvet)
April-May - Dragon v2 (SpX-DM1) un-crewed undocking (from PMA-2/IDA2) and splashdown
May 1 - Cygnus (OA-9) launch
May 4 - Cygnus (OA-9) capture and berthing (to Unity nadir) by SSRMS
NET May - release of satellites ELaNa XXIII:  EQUiSAAT, RadSat, TEMPEST-D, RainCube, SORTIE, CubeRTT, CANOP, MemSat , HaloSat
NET June 6 - Dragon SpX-15 launch
NET June 8 - Dragon (SpX-15) capture and berthing (to ISS) by SSRMS
June 13    27   - Progress MS-09 launch and docking (to Pirs  Zvezda)
NET July - Dragon (SpX-15) unberthing (from ISS) and releasing by SSRMS
NET July - Dragon (SpX-15) splashdown
August - Cygnus (OA-9) unberthing (from Unity nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
August - Cygnus (OA-9) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
NET August - Progress MS-08 undocking (from Zvezda  Pirs)
NET August - Progress MS-08 deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
NET August - Dragon v2 (SpX-DM2) crewed launch and docking (to PMA-2/IDA2) [Boe, Williams]
NET August - CST-100 Starliner (Boe-OFT) un-crewed launch
NET August - CST-100 Starliner (Boe-OFT) un-crewed docking (to PMA-2/IDA2)
NET August - Dragon SpX-16 launch
NET August - Dragon (SpX-16) capture and berthing (to Harmony nadir) by SSRMS
NET August-September - Dragon v2 (SpX-DM2) crewed undocking (from PMA-2/IDA2) and splashdown [Boe, Williams]
NET August-September - CST-100 Starliner (Boe-OFT) un-crewed undocking (from PMA-2/IDA2) and landing
early September - Soyuz MS-08 undocking (from Poisk) and landing [Artemyev, Feustel,  Arnold]
September   30   - Soyuz MS-10 launch [Ovchinin, Tikhonov, Hague] and docking (to Poisk)
NET September - Dragon (SpX-16) unberthing (from ISS) and releasing by SSRMS
NET September October 11 - Progress MS-10 launch and docking (to Zvezda  Pirs)
October - Cygnus (OA-10) launch
October - Cygnus (OA-10) capture and berthing (to Unity nadir) by SSRMS
NET October - Dragon SpX-17 launch
NET October - Dragon (SpX-17) capture and berthing (to Harmony nadir) by SSRMS
early November - Soyuz MS-09 undocking (from Rassvet) and landing [Prokopiev, Epps, Gerst]
November   30   - Soyuz MS-11 launch [Kononenko, Auñón-Chancellor, Saint-Jacques] and docking (to Rassvet)
November - CST-100 Starliner (Boe-CFT) crewed launch [Hurley, Behnken] (or 1st quarter 2019)
November - CST-100 Starliner (Boe-CFT) crewed docking (to PMA-2/IDA2) [Hurley, Behnken] (or 1st quarter 2019)
NET November - Dragon (SpX-17) unberthing (from Harmony nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
NET November - Dragon (SpX-17) splashdown
November-December - CST-100 Starliner (Boe-CFT) crewed undocking (from PMA-2/IDA2) and landing [Hurley, Behnken] (or 1st quarter 2019)
December - Cygnus (OA-10) unberthing (from Unity nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
December - Cygnus (OA-10) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
December - release of satellite Human from NRCSD or Kaber
NET December - Dragon (SpX-18) launch
NET December - Dragon (SpX-18) capture and berthing (to Harmony nadir) by SSRMS
February  late - HTV-7 Kounotori-8 launch
February  late - HTV-7 Kounotori-7 capture and berthing (to ISS) by SSRMS
March late - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-51) from Quest airlock (or 2019)
late - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-52) from Quest airlock (or 2019)
TBD - release of satellites Radioscaf RS-8 (Tanyusha SWSU №3), Radioscaf RS-9 (Tanyusha SWSU №4), ТNS-0 №3, Iskra-5

2019
January - Cygnus (OA-11) launch
January - Cygnus (OA-11) capture and berthing (to Unity nadir) by SSRMS
January - Dragon v2 USCV-1 (US Crew Vehicle-1) launch [two astronauts]
January - Dragon v2 USCV-1 (US Crew Vehicle-1) docking [two astronauts]
NET January - Dragon (SpX-18) unberthing (from Harmony nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
NET January - Dragon (SpX-18) splashdown
early  April-May - Progress MS-09 undocking (from Zvezda)
early  April-May - Progress MS-09 deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
February 6 - Progress MS-11 launch and docking (to ISS)
February 24  March - Soyuz MS-10 undocking (from Poisk) and landing [Ovchinin, NASA astronaut  Tikhonov, Hague]
February - Cygnus (OA-11) unberthing (from Unity nadir) and releasing by SSRMS (or March)
February - Cygnus (OA-11) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere (or March)
midyear 2018 spring - HTV-7 Kounotori-7 unberthing (from ISS) and releasing by SSRMS
midyear 2018 spring - HTV-7 Kounotori-7 deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
March   30   - Soyuz MS-12 launch and docking (to Poisk) [two russian cosmonaut, NASA astronaut]
February  March 21 - MLM Nauka launch
February  March - Pirs and Progress MS-10 undocking (from Zvezda nadir)
February  March - Progress MS-10 undocking (from Pirs)
February  March - Pirs and Progress MS-10 deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
February  March 30 - MLM Nauka docking (to Zvezda nadir)
May - Progress MS-12 launch and docking (to Zvezda  ISS)
May - Dragon v2 USCV-1 (US Crew Vehicle-1) undocking and splashdown [two astronauts]
May - CST-100 Starliner USCV-2 launch [two astronauts]
May- CST-100 Starliner USCV-2 docking (to PMA-2/IDA2) [two astronauts]
May (TBD) - Soyuz MS-11 undocking (from Rassvet) and landing [Kononenko, Auñón-Chancellor, Saint-Jacques]
NET May - Dragon (SpX-19) launch
NET May - Dragon (SpX-19) capture and berthing (to Harmony nadir) by SSRMS
NET June - Dragon (SpX-19) unberthing (from Harmony nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
NET June - Dragon (SpX-19) splashdown
August-September - Soyuz MS-12 undocking (from Poisk) and landing [two russian cosmonaut, NASA astronaut]
September - Soyuz MS-13 launch and docking (to Rassvet) [russian cosmonaut, Parmitano, McClain]
NET October - Dragon (SpX-20) launch
NET October - Dragon (SpX-20) capture and berthing (to Harmony nadir) by SSRMS
November 14 - Progress MS-UM launch
November 16 - Progress MS-UM docking (to MLM Nauka)

NET November - Dragon (SpX-20) unberthing (from Harmony nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
NET November - Dragon (SpX-20) splashdown
November  mid-December - PAO Progress MS-UM undocking, deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
December - CST-100 Starliner USCV-2 undocking and landing [two astronauts]
mid-February  TBD - HTV-8 Kounotori-8 launch
mid-February  TBD - HTV-8 Kounotori-8 capture and berthing (to ISS) by SSRMS
TBD - 11 spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-45) from Pirs airlock
TBD - release of satellites Radioscaf RS-10 (Tanyusha SWSU №5), Radioscaf RS-11 (Tanyusha SWSU №6)

Changes on October 13th
Changes on October 14th
Changes on October 16th
Changes on October 18th
Changes on October 19th
Changes on October 20th
Changes on October 24th
Changes on October 25th
Changes on October 26th
Changes on October 27th
Changes on October 29th
Changes on October 31st
Changes on November 2nd
« Last Edit: 11/03/2017 10:01 am by Salo »

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #381 on: 10/13/2017 03:36 pm »
It was just announced that US EVA 46 will occur on Friday October 20.
Is this delay related to the Progress launch scrub?

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #382 on: 10/13/2017 08:55 pm »
from https://blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/2017/10/13/station-cargo-mission-and-spacewalk-rescheduled/

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Station Cargo Mission and Spacewalk Rescheduled

Roscosmos has rescheduled the launch of the Russian Progress 68 cargo spacecraft for Saturday, Oct. 14 at 4:46 am EDT (2:46 p.m. local time in Baikonur). The spacecraft is carrying almost three tons of food, fuel and supplies for the Expedition 53 crew aboard the International Space Station.

Launch coverage on NASA TV will begin at 4:15 a.m. Following a 34-orbit, two-day trip, Progress will arrive at the Pirs docking compartment of the International Space Station for docking on Monday, Oct. 16, at 7:09 a.m., with NASA TV coverage beginning at 6:15 a.m.

In addition, NASA has rescheduled the Expedition 53 crew’s third and final spacewalk in the current series to next Friday, Oct. 20. Expedition 53 Commander Randy Bresnik and Flight Engineer Joe Acaba will begin the spacewalk at approximately 8:05 a.m., and NASA TV coverage will begin at 6:30 a.m.

The tasks for the crew members to conduct have been adjusted. Bresnik and Acaba will replace a fuse on Dextre’s enhanced orbital replacement unit temporary platform; install an enhanced HD camera on the Starboard 1 lower outboard truss; remove thermal insulation on two spare units to prepare those components for future robotic replacement work, if required; and replace a light on the Canadarm2’s new latching end effector installed during the first spacewalk Oct. 5. The final lubrication of the new end effector and the replacement of a camera system on the Destiny Lab will be deferred for a future spacewalk.
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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #383 on: 10/16/2017 11:50 am »

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #384 on: 10/16/2017 12:05 pm »

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #385 on: 10/17/2017 07:09 pm »
If all goes according to the current plan, we'll see two USOS Visiting Vehicles berthed simultaneously, from early December 2017 to early January 2018: Cygnus OA-8 and Dragon SpX-13, using Unity nadir and Harmony nadir, respectively.

November 7 update: Nope, not this time.
Cygnus scheduled to be unberthed and released on December 4, the same NET day that Dragon will launch.
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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #386 on: 10/18/2017 06:40 am »
https://www.nasa.gov/centers/marshall/news/news/2017/nasa-develops-and-tests-new-housing-for-in-orbit-science-payloads.html
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are scheduled to make their journey to the space station in late 2018 aboard HTV7

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #387 on: 10/19/2017 04:33 pm »
https://twitter.com/RussianSpaceWeb/status/921048205290336257
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The launch of the #MLM module to #ISS set for March 2019. DETAILS: http://www.russianspaceweb.com/iss-fgb2-mlm-2017.html#1019

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #388 on: 10/20/2017 01:47 pm »
https://blogs.nasa.gov/stationreport/2017/10/19/
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The Kaber plate and adapter plate were then installed on the A/L slide table in preparation for installation of the KE2M satellite on Monday.  After KE2M and SIMPL, another JEM A/L-deployed satellite, are deployed next week
« Last Edit: 10/20/2017 01:50 pm by Olaf »

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #389 on: 10/24/2017 08:48 am »
http://www.amsat.org/pipermail/amsat-bb/2017-October/065044.html
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QIKCOM-1 might deploy from the ISS this coming Friday.
QIKCOM-1 is attached to SIMPL.

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #390 on: 10/24/2017 11:51 am »
https://twitter.com/NanoRacks/status/922764706225328129
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Our first-ever customer #MicroSat released from #ISS with our #Kaber deployer at 09:45:01 GMT.

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #391 on: 10/24/2017 06:09 pm »
http://www.russianspaceweb.com/iss-fgb2-mlm-integration.html
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According to the latest schedule, prepared in September 2017, the MLM Nauka module will be launched on March 21, 2019, and after a nine-day autonomous flight, it should dock at the nadir (Earth-facing) docking port of the Zvezda Service Module, SM, a part of the Russian Segment of the station, on March 30, 2019.
... The total time required to integrate Nauka is expected to reach 2,000 work hours, including 11 spacewalks!
The preparations for the addition of the long-awaited module were scheduled to begin less than a year from now on Sept. 8, 2018, with the launch of the three members of Expedition 57 crew aboard the Soyuz MS-10 spacecraft. The launch will mark the first time since October 2016 that a Soyuz will lift more than one Russian cosmonaut. Two Russian cosmonauts, a veteran Aleksei Ovchinin and a rookie Nikloay Tikhonov will be onboard. They will be accompanied by NASA astronaut Tyler Hague. The trio will work on the station until Feb. 24, 2019, and will not actually see the Nauka at the station but will lay the ground work for its arrival.
On November 7, 2018, Soyuz MS-11 will be launched with Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kononenko, US astronaut Serena Auñón-Chancellor and Canadian David Saint-Jacques onboard. On March 7, 2019, they will be joined in orbit by the crew of Soyuz MS-12 with a yet to be assigned pair of Russian cosmonauts and one US astronaut. These two crews, including three Russians, will be onboard the ISS during the hectic operations to receive the Nauka.
At the time, when Proton rocket launches the new module from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, its destination port on the Zvezda will still be occupied by the Pirs Docking Compartment, SO1, which has been located there since 2001. To discard the 16-year-old module, it will be undocked along with the Progress MS-10 spacecraft that will have been attached to its free docking port since October 2018. Because Progress has ability to maneuver, it will be used to direct Pirs into the Earth's atmosphere to burn up.
Last year, Roskosmos had to cut the Russian ISS crew from three to two people to save funds. The reduced crew allowed Russia to save one trip of the cargo ship to the station. With three cosmonauts living on the ISS again, Russia will have to send four Progress cargo ships to the station during 2019.

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #392 on: 10/25/2017 01:13 pm »
Next up in ISS deployments (on the 27th) should be the SIMPL satlet, composed of six HISats, which should be assembled together, and with the solar arrays, today. I learned about the concept in this SpaceNews article: http://spacenews.com/satlets-crazy-idea-or-ingenious-concept-this-weeks-test-on-iss-will-offer-clues/

I've seen in Gunter's website (http://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/simpl.htm) that this satellite/satlets were launched in OA-4 two years ago back in 2015, but weren't deployed until now because of radiofrequency licensing issues. Is there any more info about this?
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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #394 on: 10/26/2017 07:59 pm »
pieieieieiep... grrr. really is ACES/PHARAO delayed again?!
It is in ESA's planning from the start of Columbus operation.
SpX-13 was supposed to be it's ride to orbit, but instead MISSE-FF1 will be launched, and also a second MISSE-FF 2 will be launched on SpX-14,according to Gunter's (What is your source).
EOportal now stated it's launch Late 2018/early 2019 on a SpaceX Dragon. (most likely SpX-17).
Edit: Rik read before you write, it's delayed because it isn't finished jet. Europe is slow!  :-[

Why won't they remove solar and put ACES there, and launch ACES on SpX-13 as originally planned.
SpX-14 was the planned launch for MISSE-FF. Why is a 2th Misse-FF needed, It can house 14 MSC's and only 8 can be rotated at once. MISSE-9 should go up with the MISSE-FF along with the MTT (MISSE Transport Tray).
AFAIK about four times annually they will swap MSC's (MISSE Sample Carriers) using the MTT and an airlock.

The following external payloads are manifested for SpX-13; AFAIK (mount location)
ASIM (SDX=COL side Nadir); SDS (SOX=Col side Zenith); MISSE-FF 1 (? ELC-2_3).
Location for ACES is unknown to me, but it could go on solar's spot (SOZ {col, zenith) or HDEV's spot SDN {Col,nadir).
Is Rapid-scat still at SDX, or has it already been deorbited?

Has NASA released a ISS launch manifest sinds the beginning of this year?
I want to release a new ISS tropology Excel file (easier to update). In this file I also want to include external payloads and the facilities inside the Express-racks' MSG (LSG), EDR, MSPR's.
It's still a lot of work, but a sneak peak. The last is from a ISS R&D conference presentation.

Edit: Images removed because I uploaded the Topology excel
« Last Edit: 10/30/2017 09:29 pm by Rik ISS-fan »

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #395 on: 10/27/2017 08:05 am »
According to the latest FPIP (known to us), ACES was planned on SpX-15.
ASIM was planned on SpX-13, but as we learned, it was changed with SDS.
As we know from the SpX-13 badge, there will be TSIS, SDS and MISSE-FF on this flight.

Rapidscat deorbit was planned on SpX-13, the deorbit date of SOLAR is not known to us.

And we do not known on which flight IDA-3 will be flown.

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #396 on: 10/30/2017 06:58 pm »
https://www.orbitalatk.com/news-room/feature-stories/OA8-Mission-Page/Documents/FS004_17_Cygnus_OA-8.pdf
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Cygnus will remain berthed for approximately one month to allow the astronauts on Space Station to perform the transfer of the lab to Cygnus and then back to the station where it will remain.

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #397 on: 11/03/2017 08:44 pm »
http://www.russianspaceweb.com/iss-fgb2-mlm-2017.html#1103

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The launch of the MLM module advanced to 2018

On November 2, Director General of RKK Energia Vladimir Solntsev met with the Head of Roskosmos Igor Komarov, who insisted on launching the MLM module before the end of 2018, probably due to political pressure from the Kremlin. To accommodate this requirement, RKK Energia drafted a new timeline, which was approved by the company's leadership on November 3.

The new schedule set the launch of the MLM module for Dec. 20, 2018, followed by its docking at the Russian Segment of the station on Dec. 29, 2018.

According to the latest timeline, the arrival of the module will take place during Expedition 58, which will begin onboard the ISS at the end of October 2018. Shortly after the launch of the MLM module, the Pirs Docking Compartment, SO1, will be undocked from the nadir (Earth-facing) port of the Zvezda Service Module, SM, to make room for the new arrival.

The discarding of Pirs will now be delegated to the Progress MS-09 spacecraft, which is scheduled for launch on June 13, 2018. Progress MS-09 will tug Pirs away from the station and then direct it into the Earth's atmosphere to burn up over the ocean.

In order to leave Earth before the end of 2018, the MLM/Nauka module would have to be shipped to the launch site in Baikonur in March. In case the processing team in Baikonur worked around the clock, the spacecraft could be ready for launch in seven months, leaving up to two months in reserve. However, experts familiar with the matter saw even the March 2019 launch date as overly ambitious and estimated that it would be more realistic to plan the launch around May 2019.

The situation is complicated by the fact that in October, a Roskosmos representative warned that RKK Energia would have only one chance to push the schedule beyond the previously approved launch date in June 2018, before heavy fines would kick in against the company.

The latest schedule is yet to be officially approved by Roskosmos.
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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #398 on: 11/04/2017 05:04 pm »
mid-December - Cygnus (OA-8) with TangoLab unberthing (from Unity nadir) and releasing by SSRMS

2018
early - Cygnus (OA-8) with TangoLab  capture and berthing (to Unity nadir) by SSRMS

These two items seem to suggest that Cygnus (OA-8) will be performing a freeflying experiment with TangoLab aboard (given the release in mid-Dec. and recapture and berthing in early 2018).  Where is that info coming from?  In the mission factsheet posted just above, it only mentions moving TangoLab into the Cygnus and then offloading it back into ISS while Cygnus remains berthed to the station.  No info on releasing and recapture of Cygnus, etc. 
Shouldn't reality posts be in "Advanced concepts"?  --Nomadd

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #399 on: 11/06/2017 08:26 pm »
And we do not known on which flight IDA-3 will be flown.
This http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=36966.msg1746529#msg1746529 suggest that IDA-3 will not be on SpX-14.

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