Author Topic: Shenzhou-15 - CZ-2F/G - Jiuquan - November 29, 2022 (15:08 UTC)  (Read 26297 times)

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飞行任务时间表出炉!
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The mission schedule is out!

Launched the Tianzhou-4 cargo spacecraft in May;

In June, the Shenzhou 14 manned spacecraft was launched, and 3 astronauts were stationed in the core module and stayed in orbit for 6 months;

In July, the Wentian experimental module of the space station was launched and docked with the Tianhe core module;

In October, the Mengtian experimental module was launched to dock with the core module, and then the three modules of the space station formed the basic configuration of the "T" shape, completing the orbital construction of the Chinese space station;

The Tianzhou 5 cargo spacecraft and the Shenzhou 15 manned spacecraft will be launched later. The Shenzhou 15 flight crew consists of 3 astronauts. After rotating in orbit with the Shenzhou 14 astronauts, 6 will stay in orbit. moon.
I think Tianzhou-5 might be in November, and Shenzhou-15 must be in December.
« Last Edit: 11/28/2022 08:07 am by Galactic Penguin SST »

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Re: Shenzhou-15 - CZ-2F - Jiuquan - December, 2022
« Reply #1 on: 06/25/2022 07:46 am »
I guess Shenzhou-15 wil be launched in November 28 base on calculation.
Shenzhou-13 from 2021-11-16 to 2022-05-16, stayed 182 days.
Shenzhou-14 from 2022-06-05 to 2022-12-05 will stay 183 days.
Shenshou-15 will stay with Shenzhou-14 for 7 days, so it should from 2022-11-28 to 2023-05-28, and stay 181 days.
Of course, if Shenshou-14 not stay until same day of launch or common stay days not 7, the launch date will be different.
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Re: Shenzhou-15 - CZ-2F - Jiuquan - November 28?, 2022
« Reply #2 on: 09/13/2022 01:27 pm »
This might be launched on November 28.

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Re: Shenzhou-15 - CZ-2F - Jiuquan - November 28?, 2022
« Reply #3 on: 09/26/2022 11:20 am »
The Shenzhou-15 might be launched November 26, and they will stay with Shenzhou-14 for 9 days if my guess it right:)

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Re: Shenzhou-15 - CZ-2F - Jiuquan - November 26, 2022
« Reply #4 on: 10/18/2022 05:48 am »
https://twitter.com/cnsawatcher/status/1582238157973573632

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🧑‍🚀🤝🧑‍🚀Cute badge of Shenzhou-15 crewed mission. Shenzhou-15 is expected to launch next month, adding the number of astronauts onboard in Tiangong Space Station (CSS) to six. Credit: @vony7_ share.api.weibo.cn/share/34225746…

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Re: Shenzhou-15 - CZ-2F - Jiuquan - November 26, 2022
« Reply #5 on: 10/21/2022 12:48 pm »
Shenzhou-15 mission patch of the launch team

https://twitter.com/CNSpaceflight/status/1583422321607352320

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Re: Shenzhou-15 - CZ-2F - Jiuquan - November 26, 2022
« Reply #6 on: 11/08/2022 03:37 am »
The launch might be delayed to November 29 from travel firms source.

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Re: Shenzhou-15 - CZ-2F - Jiuquan - November 26/29, 2022
« Reply #7 on: 11/19/2022 02:22 pm »
Shenzhou-15 to launch atop Long March 2F Y15 on November 29 at ~15:05UTC

https://twitter.com/CNSpaceflight/status/1593986400621240322

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Re: Shenzhou-15 - CZ-2F - Jiuquan - November 29, 2022
« Reply #8 on: 11/20/2022 01:09 am »
I guess the Shenzhou-14 will be back on December 5.

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Re: Shenzhou-15 - CZ-2F - Jiuquan - November 29, 2022
« Reply #9 on: 11/20/2022 01:58 am »
The launch time might be between 18:30-20:00 local time (10:30-12:00 UTC)
« Last Edit: 11/20/2022 01:59 am by mikezang »

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2022 载人航天“最后一弹”:旅宣显示神舟十五号将于 11 月 29 日左右发射,与神十四乘组会师中国空间站
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The "last bomb" of 2022 manned spaceflight: The travel announcement shows that Shenzhou 15 will be launched around November 29, and will join the Chinese Space Station with the Shenzhou 14 crew

News from IT House on November 20, at 10:44 on June 5, 2022, Beijing time, the Long March 2F Yao 14 carrier rocket carrying the Shenzhou 14 manned spacecraft was ignited and lifted off at the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center. It has been 168 days. The three astronauts have now completed the welcome mission of the Tianzhou-5 cargo spacecraft, and will follow up with the astronauts of the Shenzhou-15 manned spacecraft in space, and work and live with them in orbit for 5 to 10 days.

Shenzhou 15 is scheduled to be launched at the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in November 2022, and will dock with the front port of Tianhe Core Module of Tiangong Space Station. With Shenzhou 14, it will be the first time that two Shenzhou spacecraft will dock at Tiangong Space Station at the same time. Two batches of six people Astronaut rotation tasks in orbit. By then, China's space station will form a combination of "three major compartments" + "three spaceships" with a total weight of more than 100 tons. We are also looking forward to the historic moment when six Chinese astronauts gather together in space.

The tourism promotion department now states that the Shenzhou 15 manned spacecraft will be launched on the Long March 2 F Yao 15 rocket at the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in Gansu Province in the evening of November 29! The new "space travel team" is ready to go.

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The CSS last look like this.

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It took the Chinese a whooping exactly 23 years & just 9 crew missions since Shenzhou 1 for them to reach their capstone moment of their human spaceflight program, but the moment is finally nearing.

Shenzhou 15 is launching to the CSS on November 29.

https://twitter.com/Cosmic_Penguin/status/1594184024196407296

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The CZ-2F/G for Shenzhou-15 it's rolling to the launch pad!

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Officially:

https://weibo.com/5386897742/Mg3NkzJWA
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中国航天科技集团
China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation
神十五将择机发射【预祝成功[打call]神十五船箭组合体转运至发射区】北京时间2022年11月21日,神舟十五号载人飞船与长征二号F遥十五运载火箭组合体已转运至发射区。目前,发射场设施设备状态良好,后续将按计划开展发射前的各项功能检查、联合测试等工作。(胡蓝月、张晓宁 摄)
Shenzhou 15 will choose an opportunity to launch [I wish success [play call] Shenzhou 15 ship and arrow assembly transferred to the launch area] On November 21, 2022, Beijing time, the Shenzhou 15 manned spacecraft and the Long March 2F Y15 launch vehicle assembly has been transferred to the launch area. At present, the launch site facilities and equipment are in good condition, and various functional inspections and joint tests before launch will be carried out as planned. (Photo by Hu Lanyue and Zhang Xiaoning)
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https://twitter.com/wulei2020/status/1594608851503837184

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Shenzhou 15 manned spacecraft and its carrier rocket the Long March 2F Y15 were just moved to launch pad at Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center. China aims to send Shenzhou 15 crew to space in the coming days.

Which three taikonauts will go to Tiangong space station?

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#Shenzhou15 crew will go to space soon!

More close-up images of today’s transportation of the combination of the #LongMarch2F Y15 launch vehicle and the Shenzhou-15 manned spacecraft. (Credit: China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology)

https://twitter.com/wulei2020/status/1594637484528484352

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Awesome timelapse Video of the rollout.
https://m.weibo.cn/detail/4838315151328034

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Shenzhou 15 manned spacecraft and its carrier rocket the Long March 2F Y15 were just moved to launch pad at Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center. China aims to send Shenzhou 15 crew to space in the coming days.

Which three taikonauts will go to Tiangong space station?

These are the unassigned taikonauts as of today.  "Days ago" means time from his last return from space.

My guess:
One of the seats seems clear: OP2= ZHANG Lu the last unflown taikonaut from group 2.

Group 3 taikonauts must there been finishing their ASCAN training, so they're not eligible for this mission.

For OP1 I'd like to see flying DENG Quingming, the only unflown taikonaut from Group 1.

And for CDR I see two candidates: LIU Wang and ZHANG Xiaoguan. I'd choose ZHANG Xiaoguan because his old than his mate.

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