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    Post  PapaDragon on Sat Jul 21, 2018 6:01 am

    kvs wrote:.....

    The troll clown who calls Rogozin the "trampoline" man whines like a butthurt Yankee. Rogozin rightly assessed the US
    ability to get to the ISS on their own as akin to using a trampoline. Only those for which this hits too close to home are
    going to denigrate Rogozin for the statement.

    Oh how fun, some self-loathing Canuck is thinking that he insults me by calling me Yankee, this is next level irony lol1

    USA has no man rated rocket ATM because they chose not to have it when they retired shuttle not because they can't have one

    But Trampoline Man is too busy being idiot to comprehend the fact that they are using Soyuz as a way to save cash not because they actually need it

    As always that fat moron has neither intelligence nor dignity
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    Post  Big_Gazza on Sat Jul 21, 2018 6:28 am

    PapaDragon wrote:
    One thing.

    Just one thing.

    All they need to do in order to prove me wrong is to accomplish one thing that was not already up and running back when JFK was still humping half of Hollywood.

    Just one thing that does not have "Made in USSR" stenciled on it.

    That's all I ask.

    Angara 1 & 5.  hand-made initial prototypes tested.  Serial production certification articles manufactured, currently testing for delivery of 1x A-5 stack to Plesetsk by years end.
    Federation.  Delayed but proceeding.

    Most programs are evolutionary developments from Soviet-legacy systems, but that is nothing to sneer at.  Both Soyuz & Progress have made multiple generational improvements since 1991, and now they are free of Ukropistani components.

    Spektr-R is probably the sole highlight of Russian space science. Phobos-Grunt was another embarrassing fuckup, as was Coronas. Hmm... your criticisms are valid here at least. Sad

    Meh, not sure why i bother.  It's not like facts or reality can pierce your self-imposed bubble.
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    Post  PapaDragon on Sat Jul 21, 2018 3:51 pm

    Big_Gazza wrote:......
    Angara 1 & 5.  hand-made initial prototypes tested.  Serial production certification articles manufactured, currently testing for delivery of 1x A-5 stack to Plesetsk by years end.....

    Tested. Never used. Not a single kilo of payload has been delivered. Not even after two decades.

    Serial production years away at best.


    Big_Gazza wrote:....
    Federation.  Delayed but proceeding.....

    Delayed is the callsign of entire Russian space program.

    Trampoline Man went on record that Federation moved to Angara as delivery system. Angara can't handle payload of that size.

    What do you think is next logical step now? They sure as shit won't be fast-tracking the project after this fuckup.

    Amount of projects completed: ZERO
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    Post  George1 on Thu Nov 29, 2018 12:54 am

    Splashdown trials of Russia’s new manned spacecraft to begin next spring

    All required calculations have already been completed

    MOSCOW, November 28. /TASS/. Splashdown trials for the reentry module of Russia’s future manned spacecraft Federatsiya (Federation) will begin at Russia’s Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute (TsAGI) in the spring of 2019, the institute’s director general, Kirill Sypalo, told TASS.

    According to the officials, all required calculations have already been completed.

    "Right now we are planning experimental trials of a model, [to be held] at our hydrodynamic test canal," the scientist said.

    The TsAGI is the traditional partner of the Energia Space Rocket Corporation (the developer of the Federatsiya spacecraft) and is responsible for the air segment of the trajectory of space and aerospace systems. In January, the TsAGI chief executive said tests of the spacecraft’s model for the stage of its descent in the atmosphere had been held in the institute’s wind tunnels.

    The Federatsiya spacecraft is being developed by the Energia Space Rocket Corporation. The spacecraft is designed to deliver humans and cargoes both into a near-Earth orbit and into deep space. The spacecraft will have a crew of up to 4 persons. It will be capable of operating in the mode of an autonomous flight for up to 30 days and for a term of a year as part of an orbital station.

    As the Energia press office reported, the corporation has issued the main volume of working design documentation for holding autonomous and comprehensive trials. Energia has also launched work to make the mockups of the spacecraft’s compartments, including their structural design and onboard systems. The promising transport spacecraft is scheduled to enter flight trials in an unmanned mode in 2022.


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    Post  George1 on Sun Feb 24, 2019 10:22 pm

    Russia to use Federatsiya spacecraft for deep space flights, says Roscosmos chief


    It is intended for flights to the Moon and for deep space rather than for flights to the ISS, Dmitry Rogozin said

    MOSCOW, February 22. /TASS/.Russia’s promising Federatsiya spacecraft that will be renamed will be used for flights to the Moon and deep space flights, Head of State Space Corporation Roscosmos Dmitry Rogozin told journalists on Friday.

    "While the flight tests of the new manned transport spacecraft, which we earlier called Federatsiya, will begin in 2022, we proceed from the fact that this will be a heavy reusable spacecraft with the enhanced thermal and radiation protection," the Roscosmos chief said.

    "That is, it is intended for flights to the Moon and for deep space rather than for flights to the ISS [International Space Station]. This is because it will be very costly to use it on the ISS while Soyuz MS spacecraft and its further modifications will remain for the ISS," Rogozin said.


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    Post  Big_Gazza on Mon Feb 25, 2019 1:11 am

    George1 wrote:

    Russia to use Federatsiya spacecraft for deep space flights, says Roscosmos chief



    It is intended for flights to the Moon and for deep space rather than for flights to the ISS, Dmitry Rogozin said

    MOSCOW, February 22. /TASS/.Russia’s promising Federatsiya spacecraft that will be renamed will be used for flights to the Moon and deep space flights, Head of State Space Corporation Roscosmos Dmitry Rogozin told journalists on Friday.

    "While the flight tests of the new manned transport spacecraft, which we earlier called Federatsiya, will begin in 2022, we proceed from the fact that this will be a heavy reusable spacecraft with the enhanced thermal and radiation protection," the Roscosmos chief said.

    "That is, it is intended for flights to the Moon and for deep space rather than for flights to the ISS [International Space Station]. This is because it will be very costly to use it on the ISS while Soyuz MS spacecraft and its further modifications will remain for the ISS," Rogozin said.

    More:
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    Hardly a surprise. Soyuz is fine for LEO and for ISS ferry ops. Its cheap and reliable, and its support infrastructure is paid for.

    Federation will likely be used for an ISS follow-on, eg the Russians disconnect their complex and fly it away as the core of a new station.
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    Post  PapaDragon on Mon Feb 25, 2019 1:15 am


    So he is just repeating what everyone already knew but big twist is that he will rename the spacecraft?

    Didn't Medvedev already warn him not to talk about sh*t he knows nothing about?

    And what was wrong with old name? Didn't they have contest and everything? So people who voted for it were morons?

    I sense another delay here pretty soon, he is already laying down groundwork...

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    Post  kvs on Mon Feb 25, 2019 2:18 am

    Deep space flights in a tin can? They need to look up Solar coronal mass ejection events. Going to the Moon is not the same thing
    as taking 6+ month trips to Mars, etc.

    Time to leave the 1960s. Go full bore nuclear and design proper, magnetically shielded capsules. The "too expensive" BS is getting
    tiresome. In fact, it is crypto corruption since ludicrously high prices are charged for obsolete junk tech (whether it is freshly made
    or not does not matter).
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    Post  Big_Gazza on Mon Feb 25, 2019 10:31 am

    kvs wrote:Deep space flights in a tin can?  They need to look up Solar coronal mass ejection events.    Going to the Moon is not the same thing
    as taking 6+ month trips to Mars, etc.  

    Time to leave the 1960s.   Go full bore nuclear and design proper, magnetically shielded capsules.    The "too expensive" BS is getting
    tiresome.   In fact, it is crypto corruption since ludicrously high prices are charged for obsolete junk tech (whether it is freshly made
    or not does not matter).  

    Anything beyond LEO is considered "Deep Space". Once lunar expeditions become (sort of) commonplace, they will re-define it to mean solar orbit such as asteroid missions.

    Agree 100% about CMEs. If one had occurred (and was aimed at Earth) during Apollo missions then NASA would have 3 dead astronauts.

    Methinks that the Ruskies are planning on nuclear-powered manned Mars missions, given the recent news about tests of nuclear VASIMR engines and droplet cooling systems. Nuke reactor can provide the power to drive magnetic screens to deflect solar wind (both latent and CME enhanced).

    I still laugh at Muskian groupie idiots talk about Red Dragon to Mars. 9 months flight time in a small aluminium can with zero radiation protection.... Never mind trying to stay alive on the remote chance you land safely... so fecking laughable Very Happy
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    Post  George1 on Sat Mar 02, 2019 1:33 am

    New system to navigate Russia’s promising spacecraft from Earth and Moon


    The new navigation system may also be useful in military satellites, if the GPS system is switched off, the researcher said


    MOSCOW, March 1. /TASS/. Russia’s promising Federatsiya spacecraft will be furnished with an extra navigation camera to steer it both by stars and orienteering points on the Earth and the Moon, Head of Optico-Physical Studies at the Space Research Institute Roman Bessonov told TASS on Friday.

    The so-called astro-orienteering systems are traditionally mounted on satellites: optical devices steer them by the Sun and stars. The new system features optical channels that will also specify the satellites’ position by terrain features on the Earth and the Moon.

    "In addition to two stellar channels, two more channels look at the Earth or the Moon, i.e. at the planets. One of them is wide-angled and highlights the horizon and large-scale objects: continents on the Earth or large craters on the Moon. A narrower channel allows singling out smaller orienteering points through larger resolution," the researcher noted.

    The system’s work may be impeded by the Earth’s clouds or the night time when orienteering points cannot be seen, he added.

    "But in any case, the result will be obtained by processing single measurements on the ballistic trajectory," Bessonov said.

    As the researcher noted, the new system will serve as the basis for defining orienteering angles for the Federatsiya spacecraft in outer space and as reserve technology for determining coordinates (i.e. it will supplement the operation of GPS/Glonass systems or radio range ground stations).

    The new navigation system may be useful in military satellites, if the GPS system is switched off, the researcher added.

    A contract on continuing the work on the system was offered by Russia’s Energia Space Rocket Corporation quite recently, in late 2018, the researcher said.

    Earlier, the project was halted at the stage of developing the working design documentation due to irregular financing, although technical design work was fulfilled 5-6 years ago, he noted.
    Federatsiya spacecraft

    The Federatsiya spacecraft is being developed by the Energia Space Rocket Corporation. The spacecraft is designed to deliver humans and cargoes both into near-Earth orbit and into deep space. The spacecraft will have a crew of up to 4 cosmonauts. It will be capable of operating in the mode of an autonomous flight for up to 30 days and for a term of a year as part of an orbital station.

    Head of Russia’s State Space Corporation Roscosmos Dmitry Rogozin said in January that the promising Federatsiya spacecraft will get a new name in the future.


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    Post  Nibiru on Fri Mar 15, 2019 5:16 am

    Instead of a NEW name, perhaps they should focus instead in accelerating the completion date of this project.



    New name for Russia’s new-generation Federatsiya spacecraft already chosen - Roscosmos

    BAIKONUR /Kazakhstan/, March 15. /TASS/. A new name has been invented for Russia’s new-generation spacecraft, currently known as Federatsiya (Federation), the director general of Russia’s state corporation Roscosmos, Dmitry Rogozin, told reporters on Friday.

    "We have invented [a new name]," Rogozin said, without disclosing it.
    Earlier, Rogozin announced that the corporation would give a "male name" to its new-generation partially-reusable manned spacecraft.

    The Federatsiya spacecraft is being developed by the Energia Space Rocket Corporation. The spacecraft is designed to deliver humans and cargoes both into a near-Earth orbit and into deep space. The spacecraft will have a crew of up to 4 persons. It will be capable of operating in the mode of an autonomous flight for up to 30 days and for a term of a year as part of an orbital station.

    As the Energia press office reported, the corporation has issued the main volume of working design documentation for holding autonomous and comprehensive trials. Energia has also launched work to make the mockups of the spacecraft’s compartments, including their structural design and onboard systems. The promising transport spacecraft is scheduled to enter flight trials in 2023.


    http://tass.com/science/1048749
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    Post  flamming_python on Sat Mar 16, 2019 3:13 pm

    Nibiru wrote:Instead of a NEW name, perhaps they should focus instead in accelerating the completion date of this project.



    New name for Russia’s new-generation Federatsiya spacecraft already chosen - Roscosmos

    BAIKONUR /Kazakhstan/, March 15. /TASS/. A new name has been invented for Russia’s new-generation spacecraft, currently known as Federatsiya (Federation), the director general of Russia’s state corporation Roscosmos, Dmitry Rogozin, told reporters on Friday.

    "We have invented [a new name]," Rogozin said, without disclosing it.
    Earlier, Rogozin announced that the corporation would give a "male name" to its new-generation partially-reusable manned spacecraft.

    The Federatsiya spacecraft is being developed by the Energia Space Rocket Corporation. The spacecraft is designed to deliver humans and cargoes both into a near-Earth orbit and into deep space. The spacecraft will have a crew of up to 4 persons. It will be capable of operating in the mode of an autonomous flight for up to 30 days and for a term of a year as part of an orbital station.

    As the Energia press office reported, the corporation has issued the main volume of working design documentation for holding autonomous and comprehensive trials. Energia has also launched work to make the mockups of the spacecraft’s compartments, including their structural design and onboard systems. The promising transport spacecraft is scheduled to enter flight trials in 2023.


    http://tass.com/science/1048749
    Well it seems they're going to need a new team.
    So why not a new name too? cheers cheers
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    Post  flamming_python on Sat Mar 16, 2019 3:15 pm

    kvs wrote:
    Time to leave the 1960s.   Go full bore nuclear and design proper, magnetically shielded capsules.    The "too expensive" BS is getting
    tiresome.   In fact, it is crypto corruption since ludicrously high prices are charged for obsolete junk tech (whether it is freshly made
    or not does not matter).  

    That's really not true.

    They iterate on the Soyuz design; each new modification brings improvements

    A T-90AM is not the same as a T-72 Ural
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    Post  kvs on Sat Mar 16, 2019 7:17 pm

    flamming_python wrote:
    kvs wrote:
    Time to leave the 1960s.   Go full bore nuclear and design proper, magnetically shielded capsules.    The "too expensive" BS is getting
    tiresome.   In fact, it is crypto corruption since ludicrously high prices are charged for obsolete junk tech (whether it is freshly made
    or not does not matter).  

    That's really not true.

    They iterate on the Soyuz design; each new modification brings improvements

    A T-90AM is not the same as a T-72 Ural

    Your grip on substantial differences is lacking. The range-energy relation for MeV electrons has 15 cm of aluminum being essentially
    transparent to them. Please show me evidence where the thickness of the crew modules from the 1960s until today having increased
    changed substantially from 1/4 inches. Plastic counts for nothing. No crew module uses lead.

    Until magnetic shielding is deployed don't claim that there has been reactive armour type deltas in technology. Seriously, can
    you even post anything relevant to the topic and honest?

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    Post  GarryB on Sun Mar 17, 2019 4:55 am

    I haven't seen them mention a lot of things that they might actually be working on... why do you assume they are not?

    I would expect one other advantage of nuclear propulsion would be the reliable supply of significant levels of electricity, which I suspect would be critical and fundamental in the process of looking at magnetic shielding for anything an extension cord would not reliably reach 24/7.
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    Post  flamming_python on Sun Mar 17, 2019 5:50 am

    kvs wrote:
    flamming_python wrote:
    kvs wrote:
    Time to leave the 1960s.   Go full bore nuclear and design proper, magnetically shielded capsules.    The "too expensive" BS is getting
    tiresome.   In fact, it is crypto corruption since ludicrously high prices are charged for obsolete junk tech (whether it is freshly made
    or not does not matter).  

    That's really not true.

    They iterate on the Soyuz design; each new modification brings improvements

    A T-90AM is not the same as a T-72 Ural

    Your grip on substantial differences is lacking.    The range-energy relation for MeV electrons has 15 cm of aluminum being essentially
    transparent to them.   Please show me evidence where the thickness of the crew modules from the 1960s until today having increased
    changed substantially from 1/4 inches.   Plastic counts for nothing.   No crew module uses lead.

    Until magnetic shielding is deployed don't claim that there has been reactive armour type deltas in technology.    Seriously, can
    you even post anything relevant to the topic and honest?


    I meant the rocket eh bud?

    But now I see you were talking about the capsule. My bad.

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