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    Russian Space Program: News & Discussion #4

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    Post  Big_Gazza Sun Aug 06, 2023 10:11 am

    Small steps, but this engine has huge prospects.

    Smooth take-off and soft landing of a remote control demonstrator with a VCT with thrust control



    This is the aerospike engine being developed by the South Ural State University - previous post link

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    Post  thegopnik Tue Aug 08, 2023 3:51 am

    Big_Gazza wrote:Small steps, but this engine has huge prospects.

    Smooth take-off and soft landing of a remote control demonstrator with a VCT with thrust control



    This is the aerospike engine being developed by the South Ural State University - previous post link

    NICE NICE clicked on the youtube channel and they got this video made from 9 days ago.

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    Post  Big_Gazza Fri Aug 11, 2023 3:28 pm

    Holy crap... what a plumbers nightmare!! Laughing

    The Chemical Automation Design Bureau will show a model of the oxygen-methane engine RD-0169A for the promising reusable Amur rocket at the Army-2023 forum.

    Five such engines are expected to be used in the first stage of the rocket. The RD-0169A engine, created at KBKhA, is made according to the scheme with afterburning of oxidizing generator gas, has a thrust near the Earth of 100 tons, and the frequency of use is up to ten times.

    Work on the new engine has reached the stage of manufacturing the first copy. In the workshops, the production of components and assemblies is carried out, after which the assembly of the first engine will follow for conducting ground autonomous tests.

    Previously, KBKhA performed preliminary design, developed working design documentation, conducted model tests to study the processes of ignition and mixture formation, manufactured and carried out autonomous finishing tests of individual components and assemblies of a prototype engine.

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    Post  Big_Gazza Mon Aug 14, 2023 4:20 pm

    RSC Energia for the first time showed the design of the base module of the Russian Orbital Station

    PATRIOT PARK / Moscow region /, August 14. /TASS/. The device of the base module of the promising Russian Orbital Station (ROS) can be viewed for the first time at the Army-2023 International Military-Technical Forum, a TASS correspondent reports from the scene.

    The layout is presented by the Energia Rocket and Space Corporation at the joint exposition of Roscosmos.

    A special projection holographic exposition demonstrates the procedure for assembling the station, the type of equipment and features of interaction with spacecraft.

    In the spring, RSC Energia placed a tender for the supply of a 1:5 scale model of the base module of the Russian Orbital Station. Then the TASS Corporation announced plans to demonstrate at this year's exhibitions a mock-up of the basic ROS module with its internal structure.

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    Post  Big_Gazza Mon Aug 14, 2023 4:23 pm

    Khrunichev Center presented a model of an ultralight rocket

    PATRIOT PARK / Moscow region /, August 14. /TASS/. Center them. M. V. Khrunicheva (part of Roscosmos) presented a model of a promising ultra-light launch vehicle at the Army-2023 International Military-Technical Forum, a TASS correspondent reports from the scene.

    The general director of the center, Aleksey Varochko, told TASS the day before that the company was conducting search work to determine the possible appearance of an ultralight launch vehicle. Earlier, Roscosmos also reported that the Khrunichev Center will show a model of a two-stage ultralight rocket at Army-2023.

    It is assumed that it will fly on kerosene and liquid oxygen, without the use of an upper stage. At the same time, the duration of the payload launch into orbit will be up to 2 hours, and the mass of the payload launched into a sun-synchronous orbit will be up to 600 kg.

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    Post  GarryB Tue Aug 15, 2023 3:39 am

    600kgs to a geostationary orbit is quite impressive...
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    Post  kvs Tue Aug 15, 2023 4:25 am

    Sun synchronous orbit is not geostationary, it is an LEO (200 - 1000 km) polar orbit. Looks like there is an effort to fill the whole
    spectrum of orbital delivery.

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    Post  Hole Tue Aug 15, 2023 12:19 pm

    What´s the range in surface-to-surface mode?  lol!

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    Post  Big_Gazza Thu Aug 24, 2023 12:38 pm

    The ship "Progress MS-24" went into orbit and headed for the ISS

    Moscow. August 23. INTERFAX.RU - The Soyuz-2.1a carrier rocket launched the Progress MS-24 transport cargo ship into orbit, follows from the Roscosmos broadcast.

    The spacecraft separated from the third stage at 04:17 Moscow time and headed for the International Space Station (ISS). The flight of the ship will take place according to a two-day scheme.

    Docking to the Zvezda module of the Russian segment of the ISS is scheduled for August 25 at 06:50 Moscow time.

    The Soyuz-2.1a rocket with the Progress MS-24 truck was launched at 04:08 Moscow time from pad No. 31 of the Baikonur Cosmodrome.

    According to Roskosmos, the truck will stay in orbit for 174 days.

    In the materials of the state corporation for the launch, it is noted that during the flight Progress MS-24 will make 34 orbits around the Earth, on the way to the ISS it will overcome 1.4 million km.

    The ship will deliver 2495 kg of cargo to the station, including 500 kg of fuel for refueling the station, 420 kg of drinking water, 40 kg of nitrogen, as well as 1535 kg of medical and sanitary products, food, clothing, resource equipment, tools, materials for ensuring the life of the crew of the 69th long-term expedition and conducting scientific experiments.

    Also, according to Roskosmos, the SOVA-2-228 and SOVA-2-426 video spectral equipment orientation systems created in Belarus for the Uragan experiment, within the framework of which the technical means and methods of development control are being tested, will be brought to the ISS. catastrophic natural and man-made phenomena on Earth or their precursors.

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    Post  GunshipDemocracy Fri Aug 25, 2023 2:59 pm


    Roscosmos is considering the possibility of repeating the mission to land the apparatus on the South Pole of the Moon in 2025-2026 - state corporation


    *** Borisov: Russian designers and scientists are "burning with the idea of ​​continuing the lunar project"

    Moscow. 25-th of August. Interfax - After the accident with the Luna-25 spacecraft, Roscosmos is considering the possibility of repeating the mission to land an automatic station on the South Pole of the Moon in 2025-2026, the state corporation said on Friday.
    "One of the options for continuing the program may be to consider the possibility of repeating the mission to land on the South Pole of the Moon in 2025-2026," the message says.
    Roskosmos reported that today the general director of the state corporation, Yuri Borisov, held a working meeting at NPO Lavochkina, the lead developer of the automatic station Luna-25.
    According to the general director of Roskosmos, Russian designers and scientists are "burning with the idea of ​​continuing the lunar project."
    On August 21, a soft landing at the South Pole of the natural satellite of the Earth of the Russian interplanetary station "Luna-25" was to take place. However, on August 20, according to Roskosmos, Luna-25 crashed on impact with the lunar surface.
    Borisov on the same day stated that the main reason for the collapse of the Luna-25 station was a failure when the engine was to be turned off. "Instead of the planned 84 seconds, he worked 127 seconds. This was the main cause of the accident of the apparatus," he said.
    He noted that Russia should not interrupt the lunar program, in order to achieve technological sovereignty, the country must participate in the "moon race". “I think that by forcing the Luna-26 and Luna-27 missions, we will definitely get lost results, which we did not get during the implementation of the Luna-25 mission due to the accident,” Borisov said.
    On August 11, Borisov reported that the launch of the Luna-26 mission is scheduled for 2027, Luna-27 for 2028, and the launch of Luna-28 is planned for 2030 or later.

    https://www.militarynews.ru/story.asp?rid=1&nid=600824&lang=RU


    i hope that Borisov wont change his priorities and 2024 landing takes place but shaould they notp ask US moon land owners about permission to land ? : lol1 lol1 lol1

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    Post  Kiko Fri Aug 25, 2023 6:00 pm

    Russia's next lunar mission should have the task of verifying the presence of the US Apollo remains as a by-product.

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    Post  caveat emptor Fri Aug 25, 2023 6:44 pm

    They should first land freaking thing on the surface of the moon without breaking it and then we will see.

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    Post  GarryB Sat Aug 26, 2023 6:51 am

    They had plans for that failed lander, so to continue the programme they need something to provide the data and information and do all the things the first lander was supposed to do on the surface.

    Faggots bleating about this being ego and pride are missing the point that this was a small part of a larger programme and when it does not get done then you need to get the things it was going to do done by something else.

    If they have to launch another lander then that is what they have to do.

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    Post  Big_Gazza Sat Aug 26, 2023 9:10 am

    Luna 25 was principally an engineering misison, intended to prove the new landing architecture and systems integration. Its science package was secondary and was in fact quite low in mass. If subsequent landers Luna 27 & 28 are to be successful, I think Luna 25 will need to be reflown on an accelerated timescale. Issue purchase orders for a repeat build, and get it done. In the meantime, review the flight control software and comms integrity and the implement the learnings from the lessons of the loss of Luna 25.

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    Post  PapaDragon Mon Aug 28, 2023 6:30 am

    GunshipDemocracy wrote:

    Roscosmos is considering the possibility of repeating the mission to land the apparatus on the South Pole of the Moon in 2025-2026 - state corporation


    *** Borisov: Russian designers and scientists are "burning with the idea of ​​continuing the lunar project"
         
          Moscow. 25-th of August. Interfax - After the accident with the Luna-25 spacecraft, Roscosmos is considering the possibility of repeating the mission to land an automatic station on the South Pole of the Moon in 2025-2026, the state corporation said on Friday.
          "One of the options for continuing the program may be to consider the possibility of repeating the mission to land on the South Pole of the Moon in 2025-2026," the message says....

    This here is intelligent approach, do it


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          [b]He noted that Russia should not interrupt the lunar program, in order to achieve technological sovereignty, the country must participate in the "moon race".  


    And this here is retarded!!!

    There is no " moon race" except in your heads, the very reason you have to repeat everything is because you morons thought you were in the "moon race"


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    Post  thegopnik Mon Sep 11, 2023 4:08 am

    https://tass.com/science/1668701

    Space agency Roscosmos continuing work on study, exploration of Mars, CEO says
    Former Roscosmos chief Dmitry Rogozin said in 2020 that Russia would have the technical wherewithal to transport humans to Mars in eight to ten years
    MOSCOW, September 1. /TASS/. Russia devotes a great deal of attention to the issue of exploring the planet Mars, said Roscosmos State Space Corporation CEO Yury Borisov.

    "Mars attracts all space agencies, as they are all interested in Mars missions. Sergey Korolev, the founder of practical cosmonautics, always had Mars on his mind when working on the lunar program. This planet is expected to reveal many secrets that will allow us to understand the true essence of the universe and outer space. Roscosmos devotes a great deal of attention to these studies; we have been carrying out research together with our colleagues at the Academy of Sciences. The Mars exploration program will continue," Borisov said at an open lesson held as part of an educational marathon hosted by Russia's Knowledge Society

    Former Roscosmos chief Dmitry Rogozin said in 2020 that Russia would have the technical wherewithal to transport humans to Mars in eight to ten years. Sergey Krikalev, Roscosmos executive director for Manned Space Programs, in turn, pointed out that Russia was working on the Oryol (or Eagle) spacecraft to fly beyond low Earth orbit (LEO) to the Moon or Mars at the opportune time. The spacecraft is scheduled to conduct its first unmanned flight from the Vostochny spaceport in 2024.



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