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« Odpowiedź #1380 dnia: Maj 20, 2018, 18:09 »
NASA ma zapewnione miejsca w Sojuzach na 2019 oraz na pierwsze miesiące 2020 (to nowość, bo o 2020 nie było dotychczas mowy):

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NASA’s Kirk Shireman said that NASA has access to Soyuz seats through the end of next year and the “first month or so” of 2020. Sounds like they are stretching out those upcoming missions, as NASA previously said the Soyuz seats were until the fall of 2019.

Oznacza to, że:
1) nie ma zagrożenia, że ISS zostanie czasowo opuszczona (o ile nie zajdą jakieś mocno nieplanowane zdarzenia),
2) najwidoczniej wejście do służby Dragona 2 i Starlinera w 2019 stało się bardzo mało prawdopodobne.

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« Odpowiedź #1381 dnia: Maj 20, 2018, 18:29 »
Teoretycznie do końca 2020 Amerykanie powinni latać Sojuzami na ISS http://lk.astronautilus.pl/loty/fmanned.htm
Wychodzi na to , że 3 Sojuzy  starczą i w 2020 do obsługi ISS. Loty są już planowane jako dłuższe.
Rosjanie jak widać nie stwarzają problemów. W kosmosie jedni drugim są potrzebni.
Np. sami mogą mieć w przyszłości problemy ze swoimi statkami i wtedy dobrze by było korzystać z amerykańskich kosmicznych taksówek.
Zresztą wcześniej była mowa o miejscach na amerykańskich pojazdach dla Rosjan - ciekawe za jaką cenę ?
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« Odpowiedź #1382 dnia: Maj 20, 2018, 19:49 »
Aktualnie loty Sojuzów są zaplanowane:

Sojuz MS-10 11.10.2018
Sojuz MS-11 20.12.2018
Sojuz MS-12 05.04.2019
Sojuz MS-13 po 15.07.2019
Sojuz MS-14 pod koniec 10.2019
Sojuz MS-15 2 połowa 05.2020
Sojuz MS-16 przełom 11. i 12.2020

Amerykańskie starty będę mieć wpływ bezpośredni na ten harmonogram. Co do składu załóg amerykańskich na razie cisza...

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« Odpowiedź #1383 dnia: Maj 21, 2018, 11:38 »
Szykuje się wizyta Zjednoczonych Emiratów Arabskich na ISS w przyszłym roku:

In April 2019, a professional cosmonaut from the United Arab Emirates may fly to the International Space Station (ISS) on board Russia's Soyuz spacecraft, instead of a US businessman who intended to become the next space tourist, a source from the space industry told Sputnik on Thursday.

"A US businessman expressed his will to become the next space tourist. But, probably, he will not be able to fly to the ISS in spring 2019. The seat is planned to be occupied by the first cosmonaut of the United Arab Emirates, with which Roscosmos has signed an agreement on cooperation in the selection and training of the national space crew," the source said, stressing that the US businessman will be able to reach the ISS during one of the further Soyuz spaceflights.


http://www.spacedaily.com/reports/UAE_Astronaut_to_Fly_to_ISS_Instead_of_US_Businessman___Source_999.html

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« Odpowiedź #1384 dnia: Maj 21, 2018, 13:11 »
Jest to spójne z obecnymi dużymi ambicjami Emiratów w Kosmosie

Czyli na IAC 2020 będą już pokazywali swojego astronautę ;)
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« Odpowiedź #1385 dnia: Maj 21, 2018, 16:40 »
Ciekawe - turysta nie zdąży się przygotować, a "profesjonalista", którego jeszcze nie wybrano, tak. Trochę się to kupy nie trzyma.
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« Odpowiedź #1386 dnia: Maj 21, 2018, 18:11 »
Powtórka z lotu Sultana Al Sauda? ;) Wtedy też miał właściwe kwalifikacje - był pilotem wojskowym :P
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« Odpowiedź #1387 dnia: Maj 21, 2018, 18:33 »
Co do naboru w Emiratach taki tweet z 7 maja:

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برنامج رواد الفضاء الامارتي: تم استلام حوالي ٤٠٠٠ طلب، الأعمار من ١٧ إلى ٦٧ سنة، ٣٤% نسبة العنصر النسائي، المؤهلات/الخبرات متنوعة، سيتم بدء عملية التقييم وأختيار ٤ رواد قبل نهاية العام الحالي، سيخضع المرشحون لدورات تدريب مختلفة لمدة ٢-٣ سنوات، سيتم اطلاق أول رائد فضاء بحلول ٢٠٢٢.
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« Odpowiedź #1388 dnia: Maj 22, 2018, 11:30 »
Luźne tłumaczenie ode mnie ;-)

około 4000 zgłoszeń od ludzi w wieku 17 do 67 lat
34% zgłoszeń było od Pań

do końca roku wybranych zostanie czwórka kandydatów. Trening potrwa 2-3 lata. Lot w kosmos około roku 2022!

برنامج رواد الفضاء الامارتي: تم استلام حوالي ٤٠٠٠ طلب، الأعمار من ١٧ إلى ٦٧ سنة، ٣٤% نسبة العنصر النسائي، المؤهلات/الخبرات متنوعة، سيتم بدء عملية التقييم وأختيار ٤ رواد قبل نهاية العام الحالي، سيخضع المرشحون لدورات تدريب مختلفة لمدة ٢-٣ سنوات، سيتم اطلاق أول رائد فضاء بحلول ٢٠٢٢
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« Odpowiedź #1389 dnia: Maj 22, 2018, 11:53 »
Dzięki. Z powyższego wynika, że 10 dniowy lot odbędzie ktoś inny...choć u Rosjan wszystko jest możliwe ;-)
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« Odpowiedź #1390 dnia: Maj 24, 2018, 18:07 »
Oficjalne potwierdzenie nominacji Hammock-Koch i Morgan do załóg MSK w 2019:

https://www.nasa.gov/press-release/nasa-space-station-partners-announce-future-mission-crew-members-0

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May 24, 2018
RELEASE 18-040

NASA, Space Station Partners Announce Future Mission Crew Members

NASA astronauts Christina Hammock Koch and Andrew Morgan have been assigned to spaceflights scheduled to launch in 2019. Both Koch and Morgan were selected as NASA astronauts in 2013.
 
Koch has been assigned to Expedition 59/60, which is set to launch to the International Space Station in April 2019. Morgan will follow as a member of the Expedition 60/61 crew in July 2019.
Koch, who grew up in Jacksonville, North Carolina, earned bachelor’s degrees in electrical engineering and physics, and a master’s degree in electrical engineering from North Carolina State University in Raleigh.

Koch started her career as an electrical engineer focusing on space science instrument design at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland. She went on to work as a research associate with the United States Antarctic Program, completing several deployments including spending the winter at the South Pole. She returned to space science instrument design at the Johns Hopkins University’s Applied Physics Laboratory, contributing to such missions as the Juno probe to Jupiter. She then returned to her work at remote scientific research stations, including sessions as a field engineer in the Arctic and as station chief with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in American Samoa. Her extracurricular pursuits include running and other outdoor sports.

Morgan, who considers New Castle, Pennsylvania, his hometown, earned a bachelor’s degree in environmental engineering at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, New York, as well as a doctorate of medicine from the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences in Bethesda, Maryland, before completing his residency in emergency medicine at Madigan Army Medical Center-University of Washington.

Morgan began his career in military medicine by volunteering for U.S. Army special operations forces. He served as a medical team member in the Joint Special Operations Command at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, and went on to become the battalion surgeon for the 1st Battalion, 3rd Special Forces Group, where he served for three years.  Following this, Morgan served on a strategic special operations assignment in Washington, D.C., before completing a fellowship in primary care sports medicine. Over the course of his special operations assignments, Morgan deployed to Iraq, Afghanistan and Africa in support of combat operations.
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https://twitter.com/AstroDrewMorgan/

https://www.facebook.com/AstroDrewMorgan/

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https://www.instagram.com/AstroDrewMorgan/


NASA astronaut Christina Hammock Koch has been assigned to Expedition 59/60, which is set to launch to the International Space Station in April 2019.
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NASA astronaut Andrew Morgan has been assigned to Expedition 60/61, which is set to launch to the International Space Station in July 2019.
Credits: NASA



Oczywiście nic o Shannon Walker !
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« Odpowiedź #1391 dnia: Maj 25, 2018, 19:58 »
Jack Fischer ogłosił, że odchodzi z NASA i wraca do U.S. Air Force Space Command.

https://twitter.com/Astro2fish/status/999742305966829569

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What’s next? @USAirForce @AFSpace – I’m leaving @NASA and heading back to the blue.  I’m so proud to be joining a world class team of Airmen that give everything they have to keep the ultimate high ground safe.  Go Air Force!

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After a 9-year NASA career that included 136 days in space, Fischer returned to the U.S. Air Force in June 2018 to take a position at Headquarters, U.S. Air Force Space Command.
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« Odpowiedź #1392 dnia: Maj 26, 2018, 19:36 »
Aktualny przydział do przyszłych załóg Sojuzów:

Załogi Sojuza MS-09 bez zmian!

Sojuz MS-10 (start 11 październikawe wrześniu 2018):

  • podstawowa: Owczynin, Tichonow, Hague, kontener ładunkowy przy starcie a przy lądowaniu (15.04.2018) 3 członek załogi Sojuza MS-12?
  • dublerzy: Skripoczka, Babkin, Shannon WalkerKononienko, Saint-Jacques

Sojuz MS-11 (start 20 grudniaw listopadzie 2018):

  • podstawowa: Kononienko, Saint-Jacques, McClain
  • dublerzy: Skworcow, Parmitano, Morgan

Sojuz MS-12 (start 05 kwietnia w marcu 2019):

  • podstawowa: Skripoczka, Babkin, Shannon WalkerKoch + 3 członek załogi?
  • dublerzy: Borisenko, Czub, KochMeir

Sojuz MS-13 (start 15 lipcaw maju/czerwcu 2019):

  • podstawowa: Skworcow, Parmitano, Morgan
  • dublerzy: Ryżykow?, Meir?, Noguchi?

Oczywiście skład załóg jak wskazuje praktyka może ulec zmianie.
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« Odpowiedź #1393 dnia: Maj 28, 2018, 16:23 »
http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/2018-05/27/c_137210499.htm

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Chinese astronauts complete desert survival training

JIUQUAN, May 27 (Xinhua) -- Fifteen Chinese astronauts have just completed desert survival training deep in the Badain Jaran Desert near Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China.

Organized by the Astronaut Center of China (ACC), the program was designed to prepare astronauts with the capacity to survive in the wilderness in the event their re-entry capsule lands off target.

Before venturing into space, astronauts have to survive in various hostile environments as a part of their technical training. Wilderness survival training is an important part of astronaut training in space agencies worldwide, leaving space mission candidates stranded at sea, in deserts, in jungles or on glaciers.

This is the latest survival training activity for Chinese astronauts after their sea survival training with two European astronauts in waters off the coast of Yantai in east China's Shandong Province in August 2017.

In the latest training program, each team, all wearing spacesuits, simulated an emergency landing scenario in which they needed to exit the capsule themselves, report their location and survive in the desert until rescue arrived 48 hours later.

In the desert, a land of extremes, the trainees had to handle the arid conditions, the daytime heat and cold at night.

The desert survival training tested the allocation of emergency supplies so their design can be improved in the future, said Huang Weifen, deputy chief designer at the ACC.

Chinese astronauts also completed emergency escape training on a launchpad in Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center, which has launched all manned spacecraft in the country.

The training programs were part of the comprehensive training of astronauts for China's space station.

China plans to start assembling its space station in space in 2020. It is scheduled to become fully operational around 2022.


<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QKot1ZeVIHQ" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QKot1ZeVIHQ</a>

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« Odpowiedź #1394 dnia: Maj 28, 2018, 16:27 »
http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/2018-05/28/c_137212435.htm

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A woman in no man's land: Wang Yaping's terrestrial taikonaut training


Wang Yaping (R2) is escorted to the desert. (Xinhua photo/Chen Bin)

Wang Yaping is no stranger to challenges. In her early twenties she was already a pilot for the PLA when she saw Yang Liwei, the first Chinese man in space, on TV.

While proud of her country, she couldn't help thinking "when will China have its first woman?" From that moment she set her sights on the stars and in 2013 fulfilled her dream, becoming the second Chinese woman in space.

Not content with smashing the glass ceiling to reach outer space, Wang Yaping's next goal is clear. "My greatest wish is to go to space one more time, maybe even go to the moon," she said.

In order to return to the heavens, Wang must first prove she can survive here on earth in all kinds of hostile environments. This time, it was in the arid conditions of the Badain Jaran Desert, northwest China.

Wang, 38, is fondly known as Taikong Jiaoshi, or "the space teacher" because of her televised science lesson from the Shenzhou-10 spacecraft in 2013.

With her signature ponytail and wide smile, she has become something of a household name since she delivered China's first space lecture to students on Earth on board the Shenzhou-10 spacecraft in 2013.


Before the training, Wang discusses the plan with her colleague. (Xinhua photo/Chen Bin)


Wang tests the satellite phone before setting out for the training. (Xinhua photo/Chen Bin)


Wang takes part in a desert survival training, which is designed to prepare taikonauts with the capacity to survive in the wilderness should their re-entry capsule land off target. (Xinhua photo/Chen Bin)


"The toughest part of the training is the harsh environment. Sometimes it was so windy and dusty that we couldn't see each other even they were just a few meters away," she said.


Wang checks the supplies in the mockup re-entry pod. (Xinhua photo/Chen Bin)


"All we had was limited amount of water, food and other supplies," Wang said.

The taikonauts trekked to a rescue spot about three to four kilometers from their original location.

"To conserve energy on the way to the rescue spot, we must travel light, but at the same time we must ensure that we had enough supplies. So it was difficult to choose what to take and what to leave," she said.


Wang in the desert. (Xinhua photo/Chen Bin)


Wang at an emergency escape training session on a launchpad at Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center. (Xinhua photo/Chen Bin)

Taikonauts have begun comprehensive training for going to China's space station, which is scheduled to become fully operational around 2022.


Wang jogs with Chen Dong, one of the other two taikonauts on board the Shenzhou-11 in 2016. (Xinhua photo/Chen Bin)


Wang at the gym. (Xinhua photo/Chen Bin)

Taikonauts are subjected to a panoply of physical, psychological and theoretical training. Taikonauts must also pass tests in a pressure chamber, an aerotrim, a centrifuge and an underwater "spacewalk" simulation.


Wang walks back to her dormitory after training. (Xinhua photo/Chen Bin)
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