The EMIT instrument will be removed from the trunk of the Dragon spacecraft after docking by the space station’s Canadian-built robotic arm, and placed on a mounting bracket on the lab’s port-side truss. EMIT will measure the mineral composition of desert soils with a visible and shortwave infrared spectrometer.
ELaNa 49Seven CubeSat missions scheduled to be deployed ARKSAT-1 - University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas MARIO - University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan OpenOrbiter 1 - University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, North Dakota petitSat - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Maryland SNOOPI - Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana SPORT - NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Alabama TJREVERB - Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Fairfax County, Virginia
Launch! REVERBTJREVERB will offically launch in October 2022, marking the end for this incredible project
William Harwood @cbs_spacenewsF9/Crew-5: NASA says launch of the SpaceX Crew-5 Dragon carrying two NASA astronauts, a Japanese veteran and a Russian cosmonaut is slipping from early September to NET 9/29, in part to give engineers time to replace a damaged Falcon 9 interstage
Oct. 15 • Antares • NG-18Launch time: TBDLaunch site: Pad 0A, Wallops Island, Virginia
MOSCOW, July 22. /TASS/. The agreement on cross spaceflights signed between Roscosmos and NASA earlier provides for three flights of Russian cosmonauts on the US Crew Dragon spacecraft, Roscosmos cosmonaut team commander Oleg Kononenko said Friday."The agreement provides for three integrated flights: on fifth, sixth and tenth [Crew] Dragon missions," Kononeko said on the Gagarin cosmonaut training center Telegram channel.He also pointed out that Anna Kikina, the only woman in the Roscosmos cosmonaut team will fly on the US spacecraft in late September, while two other Russian cosmonauts will fly on Russia’s Soyuz spacecraft on September 21.
According to Kononenko, Russian Andrey Fedyaev will fly to the ISS on the sixth Crew Dragon. "He duplicates Anna Yuryevna [Kikina] and, accordingly, will fly on the sixth Crew Dragon. Most likely, [NASA astronaut] Laurel O'Hara will start on our Soyuz," he added.
https://tass.com/science/1483585QuoteMOSCOW, July 22. /TASS/. The agreement on cross spaceflights signed between Roscosmos and NASA earlier provides for three flights of Russian cosmonauts on the US Crew Dragon spacecraft, Roscosmos cosmonaut team commander Oleg Kononenko said Friday."The agreement provides for three integrated flights: on fifth, sixth and tenth [Crew] Dragon missions," Kononeko said on the Gagarin cosmonaut training center Telegram channel.He also pointed out that Anna Kikina, the only woman in the Roscosmos cosmonaut team will fly on the US spacecraft in late September, while two other Russian cosmonauts will fly on Russia’s Soyuz spacecraft on September 21.
Planning deployments from the ISS in the Q1 2023 for Binar 2,3 and 4 and Q3 2023 for Binar 5,6 and 7.
The final crew member for NASA’s SpaceX Crew-6 mission, currently targeted to launch to the International Space Station in spring 2023, has been announced. The Mohammed bin Rashid Space Center of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) named Sultan AlNeyadi to spend approximately six months aboard the space station as part of Expeditions 68/69. Mission Specialist AlNeyadi joins NASA astronauts Stephen Bowen and Woody Hoburg, who will serve as spacecraft commander and pilot, respectively, for the mission, and cosmonaut Andrei Fedyaev of Roscosmos.
MOSCOW, July 26 - RIA Novosti. The Russian cosmonaut, who, under the cross-flight program, will go to the International Space Station on an American spacecraft in the spring of 2024, will be Konstantin Borisov, follows from information posted in the Russian Space magazine.
On November 26, the Prichal node module docked with Nauka, which made it possible to increase the possibilities of transport services for the Russian segment.The completion of the stage of flight testing of the module provides for the installation on its surface of means for fastening large-sized objects, which will be delivered by the Progress MS-21 spacecraft in October this year. In the future, the module is planned to be retrofitted with an additional radiation heat exchanger and an air lock using the ERA manipulator.
Russian cosmonauts will go into outer space in August29.07.2022 14:00In mid-August 2022, members of the 67th long-term expedition to the International Space Station, cosmonauts of the Roscosmos State Corporation Oleg Artemiev and Denis Matveev, will perform a spacewalk under the Russian program.While working outside the station, the cosmonauts will continue work on integrating the European remote manipulator ERA into the Russian segment of the ISS. They will mount the elbow cameras for additional viewing on the manipulator, transfer and connect the external control panel of the EMMI manipulator and dismantle the starting rings to make the manipulator lighter.The estimated duration of the exit within the framework of the ISS project is 6 hours 46 minutes.This will be the 63rd Russian exit as part of the ISS project. For Oleg Artemiev, he will be the seventh in his space career, for Denis Matveev - the third. Since March 1965, 72 cosmonauts of the USSR and Russia have carried out 158 exits in domestic space suits.
ISS, July 29. Russian cosmonauts are scheduled to embark on their next spacewalk under the national program in mid-August, Roscosmos cosmonaut, TASS special reporter Oleg Artemyev announced on Friday.The extravehicular activity is tentatively scheduled for August 17, he said.As an additional task during their spacewalk, Artemyev and his teammate Denis Matveyev may carry out work on creating an extra route from the Zarya module to the Poisk module in the Russian segment of the International Space Station (ISS). This task was initially planned for the extravehicular work by Artemyev and ESA (European Space Agency) astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti but was dropped in the process.
30.07.2022 11:00The height of the ISS orbit will be increased by 840 meters on August 10The next correction of the height of the International Space Station orbit is planned for August 10, 2022 in order to form ballistic conditions before the launch of the Soyuz MS-22 manned spacecraft and the landing of the Soyuz MS-21.According to preliminary data from the ballistics and navigation support service of the Mission Control Center of the Central Research Institute of Mechanical Engineering (part of the Roscosmos State Corporation), at 10:46 Moscow time, it is planned to turn on the engines of the Progress MS-20 cargo ship docked to the service module " Zvezda" of the Russian segment of the ISS. It is expected that they will work 299.6 seconds and give an impulse of 0.48 m / s. After the corrective maneuver, the average height of the station's orbit should increase by 840 m and amount to 416.26 km.The parameters of the ISS orbit after the maneuver should be: orbital inclination: 51.66 degrees; minimum orbit height: 415.2 km; maximum orbit height: 436.7 km; circulation period: 92.84 min;For the entire duration of the ISS flight, 322 corrections of its orbital altitude were performed, including 171 with the help of Progress spacecraft engines.The launch of the Soyuz MS-22 manned spacecraft by the Soyuz-2.1a carrier rocket from the Baikonur Cosmodrome is scheduled for September 21, 2022. Its crew includes members of the 68th long-term expedition to the ISS - Roscosmos cosmonauts Sergey Prokopyev and Dmitry Petelin, as well as NASA astronaut Francisco Rubio.Landing of the descent vehicle of the Soyuz MS-21 manned spacecraft in Kazakhstan is expected on September 29, 2022. Roscosmos cosmonauts Oleg Artemiev, Denis Matveev and Sergei Korsakov will return to Earth from the ISS.
Ben Cooper's Launch Photography Viewing Guide, updated August 4:QuoteThe next astronaut launch, NASA's Crew-5 mission, is scheduled for early October, in the early afternoon EDT.
The next astronaut launch, NASA's Crew-5 mission, is scheduled for early October, in the early afternoon EDT.