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« Odpowiedź #1410 dnia: Czerwiec 11, 2018, 09:26 »
Czyli jakiś konflikt personalny pomiędzy poszczególnymi osobami z NASA? To chyba się rzadko zdarza!

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« Odpowiedź #1411 dnia: Czerwiec 11, 2018, 11:13 »
Pamietam, że była jakaś awantura z wyrzuceniem Marka Lee z lotu który wyniósł US Lab Destiny (misja STS-98). Tu byla tez jakaś kłótnia z "ważnymi osobami w NASA"

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« Odpowiedź #1412 dnia: Czerwiec 15, 2018, 18:23 »
https://www.nasa.gov/press-release/record-setting-nasa-astronaut-peggy-whitson-retires

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Record-Setting NASA Astronaut Peggy Whitson Retires

NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson, who holds the U.S. record for most cumulative time in space, is retiring from the agency, effective Friday.

“Peggy Whitson is a testament to the American spirit,” said NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine. “Her determination, strength of mind, character, and dedication to science, exploration, and discovery are an inspiration to NASA and America. We owe her a great debt for her service and she will be missed. We thank her for her service to our agency and country.”

Whitson, a native of Beaconsfield, Iowa, first came to NASA in 1986 as a National Research Council Resident Research Associate at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston. She served in a number of scientific roles, including project scientist for the Shuttle-Mir Program and co-chair of the U.S.-Russian Mission Science Working Group, before her selection to the astronaut corps in 1996.

“It has been the utmost honor to have Peggy Whitson represent our entire NASA Flight Operations team,” said Brian Kelly, director of Flight Operations at Johnson. “She set the highest standards for human spaceflight operations, as well as being an outstanding role model for women and men in America and across the globe. Godspeed, Peg.”

As an astronaut, Whitson completed three long-duration missions to the International Space Station, setting records on each. She made her first trip in 2002 as part of Expedition 5, during which she took part in 21 science investigations and became NASA’s first space station science officer. In 2008, Whitson returned on Expedition 16 and became the first female commander of the space station.

During her most recent mission, spanning Expeditions 50, 51 and 52 from November 2016 to September 2017, Whitson became the first woman to command the space station twice (Expedition 51). She also claimed the title for most spacewalks by a woman – 10 spacewalks totaling 60 hours and 21 minutes – and set the record for most time spent in space by a U.S. astronaut at 665 days.

Whitson’s time on the ground at NASA was no less groundbreaking. She served as chief of the astronaut corps from 2009 to 2012, becoming both the first woman to hold the position and the first non-military astronaut corps chief.

“Peggy is a classmate and a friend, and she will be deeply missed,” said Pat Forrester, current chief of the Astronaut Office. “Along with her record setting career, she leaves behind a legacy of her passion for space.”

Find Whitson’s complete biography at:

https://www.nasa.gov/astronauts/biographies/peggy-a-whitson



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« Odpowiedź #1413 dnia: Czerwiec 15, 2018, 23:00 »
Hmm, w zasadzie ilość jej nalotu i pewnie dawka promieniowania oscylowała wokół górnych wartości aktualnie dozwolonych (gdzieś na forum NSF o tym było - może uda mi się znaleźć!).

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« Odpowiedź #1414 dnia: Czerwiec 19, 2018, 10:41 »
Aktualny przydział do przyszłych załóg Sojuzów:

Sojuz MS-10 (start 11 października 2018):

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

Sojuz MS-11 (start 20 grudnia 2018):

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

Sojuz MS-12 (start 05 kwietnia 2019):

  • podstawowa: Skripoczka, Koch + 3 członek załogi?
  • dublerzy: Borisenko, Meir

Sojuz MS-13 (start 15 lipca 2019):

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

Oczywiście skład załóg jak wskazuje praktyka może ulec zmianie.

Sojuz MS-14 (start pod koniec 10.2019):

  • podstawowa: Nikołaj Tichonow, Andriej Babkin, ?
  • dublerzy: Aleksiej Iwaniszyn, Iwan Wagner, ?
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« Odpowiedź #1415 dnia: Czerwiec 19, 2018, 11:30 »
O, Tichonow - podejście trzecie ;)
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« Odpowiedź #1416 dnia: Czerwiec 19, 2018, 14:24 »
Thomas Marshburn :  jednak NASA nie ryzygnuje ze  starszych astronautów. Jeśli się nic nie zmieni , to niedługo po starcie będzie obchodził 59 urodziny , co uczyni go najstarszym amerykańskim uczestnikiem Ekspedycji.

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« Odpowiedź #1417 dnia: Czerwiec 19, 2018, 15:48 »
Tom na razie zastąpił Jessicę Meir jako dublerkę Luca Parmitano. Ciekawe jakie będą kolejne nominację astronautów amerykańskich?
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« Odpowiedź #1418 dnia: Czerwiec 19, 2018, 20:34 »
Pojawiła się informacja, że 8 czerwca Główna Komisja Medyczna dopuściła razem 12 pretendentów na kandydatów na przyszłych kosmonautów w Rosji. Po zatwierdzeniu przez Międzyresortową komisję ich nazwiska zostaną ogłoszone. Dla przypomnienia aktualnie mamy 26 aktywnych kosmonautów, z których 12 nie odbyło lotu kosmicznego. Ostatnie cięcia finansowe nie powodują optymizmu co do przyszłych możliwości lotu w kosmos ze strony Roscosmosu.

Posiedzenie tej komisji jest obecnie planowane na 27.06. i ma być rozpatrywanych 13 pretendentów (sami mężczyźni) na kandydatów na przyszłych rosyjskich kosmonautów.

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« Odpowiedź #1419 dnia: Czerwiec 20, 2018, 18:11 »
Dzięki. Z powyższego wynika, że 10 dniowy lot odbędzie ktoś inny...choć u Rosjan wszystko jest możliwe ;-)

Dzisiaj już oficjalnie ogłoszono, że 10 dniowy w kwietniu 2019 lot odbędzie kosmonauta ze Zjednoczonych Emiratów Arabskich.
Start w Sojuzie MS-12, a powrót w Sojuzie MS-10.
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« Odpowiedź #1420 dnia: Czerwiec 24, 2018, 01:17 »
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June 18, Monday
2 p.m. EDT/20:00 CET – ISS Expedition 57-58 Crew News Conference with Nick Hague and Alexey Ovchinin (All Channels)

Expedition 57-58 Crew News Conference - June 18, 2018

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bg-OeaG0i5w" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bg-OeaG0i5w</a>

Link do materiału: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bg-OeaG0i5w

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https://twitter.com/AFSpace/status/1010160703393673218

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AF Space Command @AFSpace

.@AstroHague discussed his upcoming trip to the @Space_Station during a news conference at the @NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston on June 18. Read more about the press conference and his upcoming mission here: https://go.usa.gov/xQhu9

http://www.afspc.af.mil/News/Article-Display/Article/1555806/hague-ovchinin-talk-iss-mission-during-presser/

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JOHNSON SPACE CENTER, Texas --

Surrounded by media representatives and audience members, Col. Nick Hague, NASA astronaut, and Alexey Ovchinin, Russian Roscosmos cosmonaut, discussed their upcoming trip to space during a news conference at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, June 18, 2018.

The two will journey to the International Space Station on Oct. 11, 2018, aboard the Roscosmos Soyuz MS-10 spacecraft, launched from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.

Their six-month mission serves one purpose.

“We are up there … to do science,” said Hague in a Twitter-Chat hosted after the news conference. “Some of that I am simply performing, and some of that I am the test subject. But we are up there to ask questions and collect data so the scientists on the ground can answer those questions.”

Those questions, in the form of more than 300 experiments, are aimed at advancing science to benefit future deep-space travel.

“Some experiments will look at us and how we survive on orbit; what happens when you put a human up there for that long,” said Hague.

“Space is the only place we can perform research where people have long-term exposure to microgravity,” he continued. “We can see what happens when you take gravity out of the equation. There are things we’re trying to discover about how the body responds.”

The U.S. and Russian space travelers will join the rest of their Expedition 57 crew, already on the ISS. The first three crewmembers left earth June 6, 2018, aboard the Soyuz MS-09 spacecraft, and arrived at the station June 8, 2018.

The team began training together more than a year ago.

“We trained a lot in Russia on the Russian segment of the International Space Station,” said Ovchinin. “We’ve also trained here in Houston on the U.S. segment of the station. But the biggest part of our training was on the Russian Soyuz vehicle in Russia.”

Additionally, Hague has trained nearly 150 hours in preparation for a possible space walk.

“The space walk that’s currently planned will help us improve the station’s capabilities,” said Hague. “We’ve been training a long time for it, and I’d love to put the training to some use.”

Hague, from Hoxie, Kansas, is the first astronaut from NASA’s 2013 astronaut class to fly to space. He is one of four active duty Air Force astronauts, beginning his training for space in 2013.  He earned a Master of Science degree in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2000 and taught astronautics at the US Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado, from 2006-2009.

“It’s exciting. You work your whole life for something and when it’s there it’s hard to believe,” said Hague. “I just feel really lucky to be doing what I’m doing and to have the opportunity that I have.”

Hague credits his success to his family.  His parents, Don and Bev Hague, live in Gering, Nebraska.

“My biggest source of inspiration in pursuing this dream has been my parents,” said Hague. “They taught me the value of education and hard work, and gave me constant love and support that let me know I could be successful.

 Hague is married to Lt. Col. Catie Hague, who is also an Air Force officer. They have two sons. 

“My wife and boys are the motivation that keeps me going,” he added. “They make the hard seem less hard. This is all thanks to them.”

Hague and Ovchinin will return to earth April 15, 2019, as part of Expedition 58. Watch their live launch Oct. 11 on https://www.nasa.gov/nasalive.











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« Odpowiedź #1421 dnia: Czerwiec 25, 2018, 08:06 »
After flying in space, Maurizio Cheli becomes second astronaut to climb Mt Everest
Published: May 17, 2018 2:37 pm On: Nepal


Former Astronaut Maurizio Cheli pictured during his ascent to Camp IV of the World’s highest peak, Mount Everest. Photo: Cheli’s Facebook

KATHMANDU: An Italian Astronaut has become the second man in the world to both fly in space and climb the world’s highest mountain.

Maurizio Cheli, 59, who has logged over 377 hours in space, successfully climbed Mt Everest this morning, according to Thaneswar Guragai, an official at the Seven Summit Treks. “Cheli and Francois Cazzanelli along with their climbing Sherpas – Ramesh Gurung and Nima Rima Sherpa – scaled the mountain,” Guragai told THT over phone from the Mt Everest base camp.

According to the officials at the Department of Tourism, former European Space Agency Astronaut Cheli has become the second astronaut to reach the top of the world. Earlier, a five-time Space Shuttle Astronaut Scott Parazynski from US had scaled the world highest peak in 2009 becoming the only person to have both flown in space and summited Mt Everest, DoT official Tilak Ram Pandey shared.

According to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Cheli reported to the Johnson Space Center in August 1992 and completed one year of training in August 1993. “He is qualified for assignment as a mission specialist on future Space Shuttle flight crews while his technical assignments to date include: flight software verification in the Shuttle Avionics Integration Laboratory (SAIL); remote manipulator system/robotics; crew equipment,” the American space agency shares Cheli’s NASA experience. “Cheli flew on STS-75 in 1996 and has logged over 377 hours in space.”

Cheli, the Lieutenant Colonel (Rtd) of Italian Air Force, took part at the Space Shuttle Columbia STS-75 Tethered Satellite mission, in which he was assigned the role of Mission Specialist. In the same year Alenia Aeronautica hired him and he got the assignment of Head Test Pilot for defence vehicles, according to reports.

“In 1996, I was flying over the planet on the Space Shuttle Columbia when I took a picture of the Mt Everest. Since then, I always desired to reach that peak. I always desired to stare at that part of the world from a different perspective compared to that time. Now I can finally do it,” Cheli, who now serves as Director of Operational Development at Alenia Aeronautica, shared before embarking on a trek to Mt Everest region. “Mt Everest has always had a unique appeal for climbers, and not only: everybody, at least once in a lifetime, has dreamt even just for a moment to be able to touch its peak.”

According to ESA, he was selected as a member of the second group of European astronauts in 1992. In 2005 he founded CFM Air, a start-up focused on the design of advanced light aircrafts, and in 2006 he founded DigiSky, a company specialized in the development of on-board electronics for sports aircrafts.

https://thehimalayantimes.com/nepal/after-flying-in-space-maurizio-cheli-becomes-second-astronaut-to-climb-mt-everest
https://www.nytimes.com/1993/10/10/obituaries/karl-g-henize-nasa-scientist-dies-at-66-climbing-mount-everest.html
https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/local/1993/10/09/former-astronaut-karl-henize-dies/2bd5e84d-c902-4e06-b399-bbc7589eb4a5/?noredirect=on&utm_term=.0ff0c9b7d3c8
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« Odpowiedź #1422 dnia: Czerwiec 25, 2018, 09:18 »
Pierwszym byłym astronautą, który z powodzeniem zdobył Everest jest Scott Parazynski!

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scott_E._Parazynski
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« Odpowiedź #1423 dnia: Czerwiec 25, 2018, 21:28 »
Pierwszy astronauta z Emiratów poleci w 2019 na ISS

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Rosja i ZEA podpisały umowę na przeprowadzenie pierwszego lotu astronauty z Emiratów. Lot ma odbyć w ramach misji Sojuza MS-12.
Umowa została podpisana w Wiedniu podczas konferencji Unispace+50, zwołanej z okazji 50 rocznicy pierwszego Sympozjum o Pokojowym Wykorzystaniu Przestrzeni Kosmicznej (UNOOSA). Dokument podpisali Sergiej Krikalew, były kosmonauta, a obecnie Dyrektor Wykonawczy ds Lotów Załogowych w Roskosmosie oraz Jusuf Hamad Al-Szajbani, Dyrektor Generalny Centrum Kosmicznego imienia Muhammada Bin Raszida.

Lot astronauty zostanie przeprowadzony podczas misji Sojuza MS-12. Pozostali członkowie załogi są już wybrani. Będą to Oleg Skripoczka z Rosji (3 lot) oraz Christina Hammock-Koch z USA (1 lot), którzy na pokładzie zostaną około sześciu miesięcy. Astronauta z Emiratów spędzi na Międzynarodowej Stacji Kosmicznej około 10 dni i powróci z dwójką innych astronautów kończących wielomiesięczny pobyt w przestrzeni kosmicznej.

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https://kosmonauta.net/2018/06/pierwszy-astronauta-z-emiratow-poleci-w-2019-na-iss/

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« Odpowiedź #1424 dnia: Czerwiec 27, 2018, 15:15 »
Dr Anna Fisher matką chrzestną statku oceanicznego  Viking Orion

Viking's Fifth Ocean Ship Named By NASA Astronaut Dr. Anna Fisher In Italy
Viking  Jun 15, 2018, 00:29 ET

930-Guest Viking Orion Features New NASA Photo Exhibit and Immersive Exploration Programming





LOS ANGELES, June 14, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Viking® (www.vikingcruises.com) today named its fifth ocean ship, Viking Orion® during a spectacular celebration in Livorno, Italy. The ship was delivered to Viking last week and is currently sailing a maiden voyage with her ceremonial godmother, American chemist, emergency room physician and retired NASA astronaut Dr. Anna Fisher, along with dozens of Dr. Fisher's friends, family, academics, explorers and fellow astronauts. Named after the prominent constellation and in honor of Dr. Fisher's work on NASA's Orion exploration vehicle project, the 930-guest 47,800-ton Viking Orion arrived in Livorno early this morning. The ship will continue her maiden season sailing itineraries in the Western and Eastern Mediterranean this summer before heading east to sail Viking's newest itineraries in Asia, Australia and Alaska. (...)

Born in New York City and raised in Southern California, Dr. Fisher holds bachelor's and master's degrees in chemistry, as well as a Doctor of Medicine degree, from the University of California, Los Angeles. Selected as an astronaut in January 1978, Dr. Fisher was one of the "original six" women accepted into NASA's Astronaut Training Program. Dr. Fisher became the first mother in space when she served as a mission specialist on STS-51A aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery, which launched on November 8, 1984. During her NASA career, which spanned more than three decades, Dr. Fisher contributed to three major initiatives: the Space Shuttle program, the International Space Station and Orion, NASA's new crew-rated exploration spacecraft. Prior to her retirement in April 2017, Dr. Fisher was also the oldest active American astronaut. In celebration of her retirement, Dr. Fisher sailed on Viking's Rhine Getaway itinerary in July 2017. (...)

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