Author Topic: LIVE: SpaceX Falcon 9 - CRS-9 Dragon - July 18, 2016 - UPDATES  (Read 128903 times)

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Video is ok, but listen to the sonic booms and the burning noise at the end:

https://twitter.com/gopikl/status/755042844197392384/video/1

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Flareup at 1:31, boostback burn at 2:35 (I think S1 and S2 labels might be mixed up)

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TLE up for CRS-9

1 41672U 16046A   16200.78658715 -.00000506  00000-0  00000+0 0  9994
2 41672  51.6637 260.4095 0001467  79.8642  24.8047 15.58544744    91

391x393km orbit inclined 51.6637 to the equator.
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Dragon just showed up on the worldwide display of the earth with the ISS ground track during the Soyuz docking coverage.  It is fairly close the station trailing not far behind.  Will it stay there or complete orbital lap to arrive Wednesday morning?
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Dragon just showed up on the worldwide display of the earth with the ISS ground track during the Soyuz docking coverage.  It is fairly close the station trailing not far behind.  Will it stay there or complete orbital lap to arrive Wednesday morning?

Of course, it will arrive as scheduled.  No pressing reason to bust schedule and accelerate.

FYI, here's the relevant screenshot.  https://twitter.com/NASASpaceflight/status/755195426358394880
« Last Edit: 07/19/2016 02:04 am by ChrisC »
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file:///C:/Users/Zachary/Documents/NSF.mp4

Having arrived at Route 401 at 9:25 PM, I stayed at that site for a little over 3 hours until the first stage landed. In compliance with the new policy beginning in late 2014, quoting from launchphotography.com, there were police cars trying to move cars that were trying park in the crowded grassy area.

Below this post is a video I made based on the footage I shot of the SpaceX CRS-9 launch and the first stage landing eight minutes later. I used two royalty-free songs from incompetech, audio from the NASA TV feed, and a short clip of the first stage on LZ-1.
You have to use the "Attach: Choose File" thing below where you write a post. Your "attachement" wasn't attached.
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file:///C:/Users/Zachary/Documents/NSF.mp4

Having arrived at Route 401 at 9:25 PM, I stayed at that site for a little over 3 hours until the first stage landed. In compliance with the new policy beginning in late 2014, quoting from launchphotography.com, there were police cars trying to move cars that were trying park in the crowded grassy area.

Below this post is a video I made based on the footage I shot of the SpaceX CRS-9 launch and the first stage landing eight minutes later. I used two royalty-free songs from incompetech, audio from the NASA TV feed, and a short clip of the first stage on LZ-1.
You have to use the "Attach: Choose File" thing below where you write a post. Your "attachement" wasn't attached.

The video was too big for the attachment.
Well, no one is seeing it because you just posted an internal link from your computer, like so:
"file:///C:/Users/Zachary/Documents/NSF.mp4"

There's no way for anyone to see the video unless they somehow hack into your computer.

If it's too big, I suggest uploading it to youtube and then posting the link back here.
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The July 17th 2016 science, research and technology briefing hasn't yet been posted in this thread. It's got a good discussion of the IDA installation (scheduled for August 18 2016)  towards the end (at 59m) of the video:

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Here is the archived full webcast of NASA TV's coverage of the launch:


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Having arrived at Route 401 at 9:25 PM, I stayed at that site for a little over 3 hours until the first stage landed. In compliance with the new policy beginning in late 2014, quoting from launchphotography.com, the police moved other cars that were trying to park in the crowded grassy area.

Below this post is a video I made based on the footage I shot of the SpaceX CRS-9 launch and the first stage landing eight minutes later. I used two royalty-free songs from incompetech, audio from the NASA TV feed, and a short clip of the first stage on LZ-1.

« Last Edit: 12/01/2016 06:14 pm by ZachS09 »
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Here is the archived full webcast of NASA TV's coverage of the launch:

YES. Thank you yg1968 for recording and uploading!

I'm shaking my head that NASA didn't make it available themselves on their own Youtube account.  Surely they must realize by now that most of their viewership watches these things time-shifted; they put all that work into the production, let us see it!  Earlier this evening I had cued up the Ustream auto-archive recording, which is a painful way to watch because of [insert tech handwaving here].

Jump to 46m00s to see Steve Payne give a short overview of the new IDA.
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Flareup at 1:31, boostback burn at 2:35 (I think S1 and S2 labels might be mixed up)

He made the label correction and is posted at this link:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6YoUte61c1M?t=001

« Last Edit: 07/19/2016 04:22 am by catdlr »
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According to the morning DPC, Dragon is 1250 km behind and 2 km below ISS closing at 100 km per orbit.
Best quote heard during an inspection, "I was unaware that I was the only one who was aware."

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Here is the archived full webcast of NASA TV's coverage of the launch:

YES. Thank you yg1968 for recording and uploading!

I'm shaking my head that NASA didn't make it available themselves on their own Youtube account.  Surely they must realize by now that most of their viewership watches these things time-shifted; they put all that work into the production, let us see it!  Earlier this evening I had cued up the Ustream auto-archive recording, which is a painful way to watch because of [insert tech handwaving here].

Jump to 46m00s to see Steve Payne give a short overview of the new IDA.

I agree that it should be posted by NASA on its YouTube channel. Incidentally, here is the link to the Ustream recording:

http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/89712192

http://www.ustream.tv/nasahdtv


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Came across this very cool "Jared-Base"'s photo that dispute the high clouds, he was able to framed his camera correctly in advance to capture the CRS-9's upper flight profile.

Note: I can't find this photo link for his credit so let me know where the photo link is.Thank Rocketguy101!
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Came across this very cool photo that dispute the high clouds, this photographer was able to framed his camera correctly in advance to capture the CRS-9's flight profile.

Note: I can't find this photo link for his credit so let me know where the photo link is.

this guy? https://twitter.com/baserunner0723/status/754913020233515009
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SpaceX Best Booster 7.22.2016

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CRS9 looks to be in very good shape. The flag and Falcon logo look almost new. We know this will become routine; just believe incredible how fast the company is progressing too reusability.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7wKLHfbYbzc?t=001


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