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« Odpowiedź #1275 dnia: Październik 12, 2017, 16:41 »
http://www.americaspace.com/2017/10/12/three-spacefarers-from-three-nations-prepare-for-four-month-mission-to-space-station/

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Three spacefarers from the United States, Russia and Japan gathered at the Johnson Space Center (JSC) in Houston, Texas, yesterday (Wednesday, 11 October), to discuss their upcoming voyage to the International Space Station (ISS). First-time NASA astronaut Scott Tingle was joined by fellow “rookie” Norishige Kanai of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) and veteran Russian cosmonaut Anton Shkaplerov. The trio will launch from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan aboard Soyuz MS-07 on 17 December, kicking off a four-month mission. They will initially form the second half of Expedition 54, before rotating into the core of Expedition 55, under Shkaplerov’s command, through their return to Earth in early April 2018.
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« Odpowiedź #1276 dnia: Październik 12, 2017, 16:42 »
Zapis konferencji prasowej załogi Sojuza MS-07:

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o1zywEl-Sj0" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o1zywEl-Sj0</a>

Link do materiału: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o1zywEl-Sj0
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« Odpowiedź #1277 dnia: Październik 12, 2017, 20:27 »
Jurij Łonczakow został odwołany ze stanowiska szefa CPK im. Jurija Gagarina.
Pełniącym obowiązki został jego zastępca Maksim Charłamow.

http://tass.ru/kosmos/4641336
http://news.mail.ru/economics/31307953/
http://iz.ru/657761/dmitrii-strugovetc/kosmonavtam-pomeniali-nachalnika
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« Odpowiedź #1278 dnia: Październik 24, 2017, 22:13 »
http://www.russianspaceweb.com/iss-fgb2-mlm-integration.html

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Russia to bump its ISS crew back to three

Roskosmos just hatched a plan to bring the number of cosmonauts aboard the International Space Station, ISS, back to three after financial problems had forced Moscow to leave only two people on the Russian Segment of the station this year. Three Russian crew members will be needed onboard the outpost ahead of the arrival of the long-delayed MLM Nauka module now planned for launch in March 2019.

According to the latest schedule, prepared in September 2017, the MLM Nauka module will be launched on March 21, 2019, and after a nine-day autonomous flight, it should dock at the nadir (Earth-facing) docking port of the Zvezda Service Module, SM, a part of the Russian Segment of the station, on March 30, 2019.

However long before the Nauka's arrival, the Russian crew members aboard the ISS will have their hands full with various chores preceding the docking of the 20-ton spacecraft, which will increase the size and mass of the Russian Segment by almost a third. Moreover, once the module is in place, Russian cosmonauts are expected to labor into the 2020 to fully plug all the systems of the new room into their home in orbit. The total time required to integrate Nauka is expected to reach 2,000 work hours, including 11 spacewalks!

The preparations for the addition of the long-awaited module were scheduled to begin less than a year from now on Sept. 8, 2018, with the launch of the three members of Expedition 57 crew aboard the Soyuz MS-10 spacecraft. The launch will mark the first time since October 2016 that a Soyuz will lift more than one Russian cosmonaut. Two Russian cosmonauts, a veteran Aleksei Ovchinin and a rookie Nikolay Tikhonov will be onboard. They will be accompanied by NASA astronaut Tyler Hague. The trio will work on the station until Feb. 24, 2019, and will not actually see the Nauka at the station but will lay the ground work for its arrival.

On November 7, 2018, Soyuz MS-11 will be launched with Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kononenko, US astronaut Serena Auñón-Chancellor and Canadian David Saint-Jacques onboard. On March 7, 2019, they will be joined in orbit by the crew of Soyuz MS-12 with a yet to be assigned pair of Russian cosmonauts and one US astronaut. These two crews, including three Russians, will be onboard the ISS during the hectic operations to receive the Nauka.

At the time, when Proton rocket launches the new module from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, its destination port on the Zvezda will still be occupied by the Pirs Docking Compartment, SO1, which has been located there since 2001. To discard the 16-year-old module, it will be undocked along with the Progress MS-10 spacecraft that will have been attached to its free docking port since October 2018. Because Progress has ability to maneuver, it will be used to direct Pirs into the Earth's atmosphere to burn up.

Last year, Roskosmos had to cut the Russian ISS crew from three to two people to save funds. The reduced crew allowed Russia to save one trip of the cargo ship to the station. With three cosmonauts living on the ISS again, Russia will have to send four Progress cargo ships to the station during 2019. This plan is yet to be approved by Roskosmos and the by the Russian government.
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« Odpowiedź #1279 dnia: Październik 24, 2017, 22:30 »
Pojawiła się informacja, że za mniej więcej rok zostaną wyznaczeni kosmonauci, którzy stanowić będą pierwszą załogę Federacji. Jej pierwszy lot załogowy planowany jest na rok 2024, zatem załogi będą nieźle wyszkolone.
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« Odpowiedź #1280 dnia: Październik 24, 2017, 22:59 »
Jeśli rzeczywiście Amerykanie ruszą w końcu ze swoim transportem załogowym na ISS, to dla Rosjan zostaną dwa starty rocznie i 4 bilety. Jeśli przywrócą 3-osobową załogę ROS, to będą mieć góra 6 biletów rocznie, o ile nie zdecydują się znowu na turystów. A czymś muszą zająć swoich kosmonautów.

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« Odpowiedź #1281 dnia: Październik 25, 2017, 07:05 »
Mogą też Rosjanie latać amerykańskimi pojazdami.
Nie jest to chyba jeszcze przesądzona sprawa.
Jeśli zdecydują się na turystów, to na ISS rosyjskimi statkami powinno docierać 4. zawodowych kosmonautów, więc dla większej obsady związanej z obsługą Nauki wskazane byłyby inne sposoby docierania do ISS.

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« Odpowiedź #1282 dnia: Październik 26, 2017, 16:08 »
Historyczny artykuł, ale z niezmienioną ilościowo na razie listą tych, których uznano za astronautów,  wg definicji zakładającej przekroczenie tylko linii Kármána. (3 osoby mają tylko takie nieorbitalne doświadczenie z listy przedstawionej w artykule).
Samych orbitalnych astronautów taka sytuacja spotkała dodatkowo w 4 przypadkach.

Już niedługo z powodu planowanej turystyki suborbitalnej chyba będzie często aktualizować listę B astronautów.

L+500 and counting: 500th person in space

June 12, 2009 — Among the seven astronauts launching on space shuttle Endeavour on Saturday, four are making their first flight, an achievement in any astronaut's career. One of the four however, will also be setting a benchmark as the 500th person in history to fly into space.

Update: After five launch scrubs, Endeavour lifted off with the 500th person to fly into space on July 15, 2009. (...)

Rules for the record

Even before Yuri Gagarin became the first person to enter space in 1961, the governing body for world flight records, the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale (FAI), defined the demarkation altitude at 62 miles (100 km). Other lines separating the sky from space have existed, ranging from 50 to over 70 miles high, but the FAI definition, based on where aeronautics becomes astronautics, has been used as the ruler by which all past flights have been measured.

In the 48 years that have followed up until STS-127, 498 men and women (447 men and 51 women) have crossed the 62 mile mark, earning their space explorer wings. All but eight launched on American or Russian government owned spacecraft, although in total they have come from 36 nations. Five first flew on short sub-orbital hops, which is why the 500th person in space is not also the 500th in orbit. (...)

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« Odpowiedź #1283 dnia: Listopad 03, 2017, 17:45 »
https://www.nasa.gov/press-release/veteran-space-shuttle-and-management-astronauts-currie-gregg-and-smith-retire-from

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Nov. 2, 2017
RELEASE J17-014
Veteran Space Shuttle and Management Astronauts Currie-Gregg and Smith Retire from NASA

Two astronauts with eight space shuttle missions between them have retired from NASA. Both Nancy Currie-Gregg and Steven L. Smith left the agency after careers that began even before they became astronauts.

“Nancy and Steve each brought so much to NASA during the course of their careers,” said Pat Forrester, chief of the Astronaut Office at NASA’s Johnson Space Center. “They made great contributions not just to the astronaut office and the Johnson Space Center but to the entire agency. We appreciate their service over the past several decades and wish them well in the future.”

Currie-Gregg first came to NASA as a flight simulation engineer in 1987. She was selected as an astronaut in 1990, completed her astronaut candidate training in 1991 and flew on her first mission in 1993. As a mission specialist on space shuttle Endeavour’s STS-57 mission that year, she helped retrieve the European Retrievable Carrier satellite and conducted experiments inside the pressurized laboratory SPACEHAB on its first flight.

She returned to space onboard space shuttle Discovery in 1995 for STS-70 and helped to deploy a Tracking and Data Relay Satellite. In 1998, she was part of the first assembly mission for the International Space Station, during Endeavour’s STS-88 mission. And she visited the Hubble Space Telescope in 2002 as part of space shuttle Columbia’s servicing mission, STS-109. In all, she spent 1,000 hours in space.

Her work for NASA did not end there, however. Following the space shuttle Columbia accident in 2003, Currie-Gregg was selected to lead the Space Shuttle Program’s Safety and Mission Assurance Office. She also served as manager of the Habitability and Human Factors Office; senior technical advisor in the Automation, Robotics and Simulation Division; deputy director of Johnson’s Engineering Directorate; and chief engineer for NASA’s Engineering and Safety Center. At the time of her retirement, she was principal engineer for NASA’s Engineering and Safety Center.

Currie-Gregg was born in Wilmington, Delaware, but considers Troy, Ohio, to be her hometown. She earned a bachelor’s degree in biological science from The Ohio State University; a master’s in safety engineering from the University of Southern California; and a doctorate in industrial engineering from the University of Houston. She achieved the rank of colonel in the U.S. Army before retiring in 2005 and has logged more than 4,000 hours of flight time in a variety of rotary-wing and fixed-wing aircraft.

Smith was selected as an astronaut in 1992, after first coming to NASA in 1989 as a payload officer in the Mission Operations Directorate. He was the first member of the 1992 class to receive a flight assignment and made his first of four spaceflights in 1994 as part of Endeavour’s STS-68 mission, conducting Earth observations with the Space Radar Laboratory.

Smith flew again aboard Discovery in 1997, as part of the STS-82 crew, visiting the Hubble Space Telescope and performing three of the mission’s four spacewalks. He returned to Hubble and served as the payload commander in 1999 as part of the STS-103 mission, again onboard Discovery, and performed two more spacewalks.

Smith’s final flight came in 2002, on board space shuttle Atlantis for STS-110. Visiting the new International Space Station, he served as the lead spacewalker, performing two more spacewalks and helping to install the station’s initial truss segment.

During those four missions, Smith conducted seven spacewalks, totaling 49 hours and 25 minutes. He currently ranks seventh on the list of most time spent spacewalking by U.S. astronauts.

Following his final spaceflight, Smith continued to serve in a variety of positions at NASA, such as the Automated Transfer Vehicle (ATV) Launch Package Manager for all five ATV flights, the International Space Station Program’s liaison to the European Space Agency, and associate director for the program’s science directorate at NASA’s Ames Research Center in California.

Smith was born in Phoenix, Arizona, and considers San Jose, California, his hometown. He earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering, and two master’s degrees in electrical engineering and business administration, all from Stanford University.

Currie-Gregg’s complete biography is available at:

https://www.nasa.gov/sites/default/files/atoms/files/currie.pdf

Smith’s complete biography is available at:

https://www.nasa.gov/sites/default/files/atoms/files/smith-s.pdf
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« Odpowiedź #1284 dnia: Listopad 07, 2017, 18:51 »
http://global.jaxa.jp/press/2017/11/20171107_noguchi.html

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The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), a national research and development agency, is delighted to announce today that JAXA astronaut Soichi Noguchi was selected as a crew member of the International Space Station (ISS) Expedition 62/63.

The ISS Expedition 62/63 will be the third spaceflight for Astronaut Noguchi. He was launched as a mission specialist (MS) aboard the Space Shuttle for its Return to Flight mission in July 2005 after selected as a JAXA astronaut in 1996, and also worked on board the ISS for 161 days as a flight engineer of the ISS Expedition 22/23 after launched as the first Japanese left-seater for the Soyuz spacecraft in December 2009.

   
  • Period of stay in space: Approximately six months since around the end of 2019
  • Mission: Activities as the ISS Flight Engineer, mainly consisting of maintenance of the ISS facilities including “Kibo”, scientific experiments, and manipulation of the Mobile Servicing System (MSS)
  • Project schedule: Training necessary for the long-duration stay on the ISS scheduled to begin at the end of November 2017
       
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« Odpowiedź #1285 dnia: Listopad 08, 2017, 15:33 »
http://global.jaxa.jp/press/2017/11/20171107_noguchi.html

Japończycy podają swojego astronautę z wyprzedzeniem, które wynika z dwuletniego cyklu przygotowań do lotu na Stację Kosmiczną.
Trening do lotu ma rozpocząć się pod koniec listopada 2017, a sama misja około końca 2019.

Ciekawi mnie, jakim statkiem pan Noguchi uda się na Stację i czy rzeczywiście będzie to końcówka 2019.

Pan Noguchi w swoim oświadczeniu pisze, że "mission will employ the Russian Soyuz spacecraft or the new US manned spacecraft now being developed by a private company".

W 2019 mają polecieć dwa Sojuzy - Sojuz MS-12 około marca i Sojuz MS-13 około września. Ten wrześniowy chyba będzie za wcześnie w stosunku do terminu "around the end of 2019", no i miejsce w nim jest już przewidziane dla Włocha L.Parmitano.
Z kolei nie są jeszcze sprecyzowane terminy pierwszych lotów operacyjnych Dragona i Starlinera, bo oczywiście zależą od terminów lotów testowych tych statków, a te ciągle są przesuwane.
Niemniej te pierwsze loty operacyjne nowych statków (które mogą odbyć się w 2019 w przypadku bezproblemowych lotów testowych) mają mieć dwuosobowe załogi.
Czy te pierwsze załogi będą złożone z Amerykanina i Japończyka?
Być może tak, ale jeżeli nie, to lot w kosmos pana Noguchi'ego może się niestety przesunąć na rok 2020.

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« Odpowiedź #1286 dnia: Listopad 24, 2017, 18:26 »
Wczoraj pojawiły się doniesienia, że wkrótce nastąpi wymiana na stanowisku szefa Centrum Szkolenia Kosmonautów w Gwiezdnym miasteczku. Byłego kosmonautę Jurija Łonczakowa (52 lata) ma zastąpić 56 letni lotnik-badacz niebędący w kosmosie Pawieł Nikołajewicz Własow.

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https://www.kommersant.ru/doc/3409231
http://www.mk.ru/science/2017/09/13/intrigi-rossiyskogo-kosmosa-chto-stoit-za-otstavkoy-glavy-cpk-lonchakova.html

Dzisiaj został przedstawiony w CPK nowy szef Paweł Nikołajewicz Własow (57 lat).

http://www.gctc.ru/main.php?id=3998



Pojawiły się doniesienia, że kosmonauta Michał Kornijenko planuje wkrótce odejść z oddziału kosmonautów Roskosmosu. Aktualnie jest 27 kosmonautów w oddziale.

Załogi na 2018 nadal oficjalnie nie są zatwierdzone.

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« Odpowiedź #1287 dnia: Listopad 24, 2017, 23:29 »
Mss, a powinny już być zatwierdzone? Czy jakoś to jest "oficjalna" procedura?

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« Odpowiedź #1288 dnia: Listopad 25, 2017, 20:57 »
W zeszłym roku załogi były ogłoszone pod koniec października, choć pełne składy dopiero w styczniu.
Roskosmos coś w tym roku nie ogłasza nic w tej kwestii.
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« Odpowiedź #1289 dnia: Listopad 25, 2017, 23:47 »
Czy mogą być jakieś problemy, które stoją na przeszkodzie ogłoszeniu wyników?