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Offline Rondaz

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Re: Redesigned HTV:HTV-X
« Reply #80 on: 08/05/2022 10:37 am »
"HTV-X is a resupply capsule developed mainly for transporting goods to @Space_Station  (#ISS), and @MHI_Group is responsible for dev of overall system and pressurization module. After being assembled at #Tanegashima Space Center @tnsc_JAXA, it will launch on #H3." #HTVX

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Re: Redesigned HTV:HTV-X
« Reply #81 on: 08/11/2022 01:48 am »
The Sierra Space business development team recently visited with @MHI_Group executives in Nagoya, Japan, and toured the companyís production facilities where the HTV-X cargo spacecraft is under development.

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Re: Redesigned HTV:HTV-X
« Reply #82 on: 10/27/2022 02:34 am »
The debut of Japanís new ISS cargo supply ship, HTV-X, has been delayed from January 2023 to January 2024. It will launch on Japanís H3 rocket, which also has yet to make its debut.

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Re: Redesigned HTV:HTV-X
« Reply #83 on: 12/02/2022 05:49 am »
https://twitter.com/htvx_jaxa/status/1598541178240393221

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In October 2022, we shipped the completed HTV-X1 propulsion system to the factory in Kamakura, which manufactures the entire service module! The propulsion system consists of thrusters (small rocket engines) for orbit and attitude control, tanks for fuel and oxidizer, many pipes, sensors, valves, etc. 💨
#JAXA #HTVX #開発日記

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