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Artykuły o Nauka module
« dnia: Lipiec 24, 2021, 00:36 »
Russian science lab heads for International Space Station
July 21, 2021 Stephen Clark EDITOR’S NOTE: Updated July 22 with Pirs undocking delay. [SFN]


A Proton rocket takes off from the Baikonur Cosmodrome on Wednesday with Russia’s Nauka science lab. Credit: Roscosmos

The International Space Station is set to receive its biggest expansion in more than a decade after the launch of a Russian research lab and a European robotic arm Wednesday from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.

Russia’s Nauka, or “science,” research module lifted on top of a Proton rocket Wednesday to kick off an eight-day pursuit of the space station, culminating in an automated docking with the orbiting outpost July 29.

Source: https://spaceflightnow.com/2021/07/21/russian-science-lab-heads-for-international-space-station/

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Russia launches Nauka module to International Space Station
by Jeff Foust — July 21, 2021 [SN]

EL PASO, Texas — Russia launched a long-delayed module for its segment of the International Space Station July 21, but that module reportedly suffered technical problems after reaching orbit.

A Proton-M rocket lifted off from the Baikonur Cosmodrome at 10:58 a.m. Eastern carrying the Multipurpose Laboratory Module, or Nauka. The module separated from the rocket’s upper stage about nine and a half minutes after launch. Both Roscosmos and NASA said that Nauka deployed its solar arrays and navigational antennas shortly after separation.

Source: https://spacenews.com/russia-launches-nauka-module-to-international-space-station/

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Station loses attitude control after Nauka docking, Starliner launch delayed
by Jeff Foust — July 29, 2021 Updated 10 p.m. Eastern. [SN]


The Nauka module approaching the ISS July 29. A few hours after docking, the module's thrusters fired, temporarily knocking the station out of its normal attitude. Credit: NASA TV

ORLANDO — A Russian module that docked to the International Space Station July 29 started firing its thrusters hours later, briefly knocking the station out of its normal attitude and forcing NASA to delay a commercial crew test flight that was scheduled to launch July 30.

The Multipurpose Laboratory Module (MLM), or Nauka, docked with the station’s Zvezda service module at 9:29 a.m. Eastern. The module, which has its own propulsion system, approached the station and docked automatically, without any apparent problems.

Source: https://spacenews.com/station-loses-attitude-control-after-nauka-docking-starliner-launch-delayed/

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High drama as Russian lab module tilts space station with errant thruster firings
July 29, 2021 William Harwood STORY WRITTEN FOR CBS NEWS & USED WITH PERMISSION [SFN]


NASA astronaut Shane Kimbrough tweeted this view of the newly-arrived Nauka module at the International Space Station. Credit: NASA/Shane Kimbrough

A heavyweight Russian laboratory module that experienced a variety of problems after launch last week docked at the International Space Station Thursday, but in a moment of unexpected drama, inadvertent thruster firings briefly knocked the sprawling complex out of its normal orientation.

Source: https://spaceflightnow.com/2021/07/29/nauka-docking-oft-2-delay/

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