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Posted: October 19, 2011T-04:20:00Russian State Commission MeetsThe Russian State Commission meets to authorize fueling of the Soyuz rocket.T-04:00:00Fueling BeginsLoading of kerosene and liquid oxygen propellants begins for the Soyuz rocket's three lower stages.T-01:45:00Fueling CompleteThe rocket is fully fueled for launch.T-01:00:00Gantry RetractsThe 170-foot-tall mobile service gantry moves to the launch position on rails, revealing the Soyuz rocket for launch.T-00:06:10Key on StartThe launch key is put in place in the control center to begin the Soyuz synchronized countdown sequence.T-00:05:00Fregat on Internal PowerThe Fregat-MT upper stage is tranferred to internal battery power.T-00:02:25Upper Umbilical RetractsThe umbilical arm reaching the upper portion of the Soyuz rocket retracts.T-00:00:40Soyuz on Internal PowerThe Soyuz rocket transitions to internal power.T-00:00:20Lower Umbilical RetractsThe umbilical arm servicing the lower portion of the Soyuz rocket retracts.T-00:00:17IgnitionThe ignition sequence begins for the Soyuz rocket's core stage and four strap-on boosters.T-00:00:03Full ThrustThe RD-107A and RD-108A engines reach their full power level, totaling more than 900,000 pounds of thrust.T-00:00:00LiftoffThe launch pad hold-down arms retract and the Soyuz rocket soars into the sky.Data source: ArianespaceFinal Shuttle Mission PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!The crew emblem for the final space shuttle mission is now available in our store. Get this piece of history!STS-134 PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!The final planned flight of space shuttle Endeavour is symbolized in the official embroidered crew patch for STS-134. Available in our store!Ares 1-X PatchThe official embroidered patch for the Ares 1-X rocket test flight, is available for purchase.Apollo CollageThis beautiful one piece set features the Apollo program emblem surrounded by the individual mission logos.Project OrionThe Orion crew exploration vehicle is NASA's first new human spacecraft developed since the space shuttle a quarter-century earlier. The capsule is one of the key elements of returning astronauts to the Moon.Fallen Heroes Patch CollectionThe official patches from Apollo 1, the shuttle Challenger and Columbia crews are available in the store. | | | | 2014 Spaceflight Now Inc.Soyuz launch timelineSPACEFLIGHT NOW
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STORY WRITTEN FOR & USED WITH PERMISSIONPosted: August 5, 2005;Updated @ 7:50 p.m. with NASA confirmation of prior foam damageA "tiger team" of NASA and contractor engineers is reviewing the manufacturing history of the shuttle Discovery's external fuel tank to find clues about what might have caused a chunk of foam insulation to pop off during launch July 26. NASA officials said today that foam in the area that pulled away was slightly damaged during the tank's processing, requiring a standard repair for relatively routine cracks and gouges.The extent of the void was very small and it may have had nothing to dowith the foam loss that marred Discovery's launch. But it has caught theinterest of the engineering community because if the launch debris incidentcan be traced to this or any other one-time flaw that only affectedDiscovery's tank, NASA might be able to return the grounded shuttle programto flight in relatively short order without having to implement generic,fleet-wide modifications.Time, however, is short. The next available launch window, whichoriginally opened Sept. 9, has shrunk to just four days, now opening Sept.22 and closing Sept. 25, primarily because Discovery was delayed getting offon its current mission. Whenever the shuttle Atlantis is cleared for thesecond post-Columbia mission, Discovery must be ready for launch on a rescuemission if major problems develop in orbit.While most agency observers believe NASA has little chance of resolvingthe foam issue in time for Atlantis to blast off in the September window,NASA Administrator Michael Griffin has not given up hope."Until we run out of lead time to make the September window, we'llpreserve it," Griffin told reporters today. "Because that's what thetaxpayers pay us to do. When we no longer can make it, we'll tell you andwe'll recycle for (the next launch window in) November."The question of prior damage to the foam on Discovery's tank came upduring a post-launch review following the insulation shedding observedduring the shuttle's climb to space. A few seconds after the ship'ssolid-fuel boosters separated, a 0.9-pound chunk of foam ripped away from anaerodynamic ramp used to smooth the supersonic flow of air over externalpressurization lines and electrical cables.The so-called "protuberance air load" - PAL - ramp is sprayed on andshaped by hand. As such, it is subject to more inconsistencies thanmachine-sprayed foam. But the PAL ramp was not upgraded in the wake of theColumbia disaster because engineers believed its design was sound andbecause the last known incident of foam shedding from the ramp was in 1983.A NASA official familiar with the incident said the same area of the rampthat broke free during launch suffered minor damage at some point during itsprocessing. In such cases, red dye is applied that soaks into damaged foamand marks the extent of the problem. Technicians then sand the foam toremove the damaged material."There was a defect, a flaw or a gap ... on the PAL ramp," the NASAofficial said. "It's fairly small defect. As part of our normal procedures,we did a sand-and-blend (repair). We poured dye in the crack and chased thedye. We sand down until the dye is gone. In this case, it left a little bitof an indentation there, which is acceptable within our regulations. It wasin the same region as the piece that came off."One source described the defect as "crush" damage, but the NASA officialsaid to his knowledge, "we don't have any indication of crushing damage. Asfar as we know, it was just that void there. It's like a crack for lack of abetter term.""It was fairly shallow and they just sanded it out," he said. "This ispart of the fault tree, it's one of the boxes we have to check off. Butthere are more items we have to look at." The Discovery astronauts, meanwhile, are gearing up to undock from the international space station early Saturday after an action-packed three-spacewalk mission to resupply and service the $30 billion outpost. Here is a timeline of upcoming activities (in EDT and mission elapsed time):EDT........DD...HH...MM...EVENT02:43 AM...10...16...04...Noon03:08 AM...10...16...29...Sunset03:24 AM...10...16...45...Discovery undocks from the space station03:24 AM...10...16...45...Initial orbiter separation (+10 seconds)03:26 AM...10...16...47...ISS holds current orientation03:29 AM...10...16...50...Range: 50 feet03:31 AM...10...16...52...Range: 75 feet03:44 AM...10...17...05...Sunrise03:53 AM...10...17...14...Range: 400 feet03:54 AM...10...17...15...Start flyaround04:05 AM...10...17...26...-R bar crossing (Discovery directly above ISS)04:11 AM...10...17...32...Russian ground station LOS04:12 AM...10...17...33...Noon04:17 AM...10...17...38...-V bar crossing (shuttle behind station)04:28 AM...10...17...49...+R bar crossing (shuttle below station)04:40 AM...10...18...01...Sunset04:41 AM...10...18...02...Separation burn (1.5 fps)05:09 AM...10...18...30...Separation burn (3.0 fps) Despite the launch-day foam incident, Griffin said Discovery's mission has been one of the most successful on record. "People who think this has been a horribly troubled flight, not only for them is the glass not half full, there is no glass," he said earlier today. "This has been a great flight. We clearly, as I've said several times, I want to be honest, I want to be open, we made a mistake on the external tank. We have a special team looking at all that, we're going to try to find it and fix it. "But almost everything we did with the external tank worked. Discovery is six times cleaner in flight than the average shuttle has been. Discovery is in great shape for landing. ... The flight crew did a magnificent job in removing those gap fillers, and so we strongly feel we will have a clean, very nominal re-entry." Lead flight director Paul Hill said the Discovery astronauts transferred 23 pounds of nitrogen to the space station, 1,700 pounds of fresh water, 1,400 pounds of equipment stored on the shuttle's lower deck and another 3,000 pounds of supplies and equipment brought up in an Italian-built cargo module. For the trip back to Earth, Discovery is now loaded with 6,300 pounds of no-longer-needed equipment, trash and other gear, including a broken control moment gyroscope that was replaced during one of the crew's spacewalks. NASA engineers want to get the gyro back to Earth to find out what went wrong and how to prevent similar problems in the future. If all goes well, commander Eileen Collins and her crew mates will test Discovery's re-entry systems Sunday and pack up for the trip back to Earth. Two landing opportunities are available at the Kennedy Space Center - at 4:46 a.m. and 6:21 a.m. Monday - and two more at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif. But NASA managers want to get Discovery back on the ground in Florida if at all possible and if the weather or some other problem blocks an on-time landing, entry flight director LeRoy Cain likely would extend the mission one day and bring Discovery back to Florida or California on Tuesday. The official landing strategy has not yet been announced. But here are all of the possible landing opportunities for Discovery and its crew (all times EDT and subject to change; KSC - Kennedy Space Center; EDW - Edwards Air Force Base, Calif.):ORBIT...SITE....DEORBIT BURN....LANDINGMonday, Aug. 8201.....KSC.....03:43 AM........04:46 AM202.....KSC.....05:19 AM........06:21 AM203.....EDW.....06:49 AM........07:52 AM204.....EDW.....08:25 AM........09:27 AMTuesday, Aug. 9217.....KSC.....04:07 AM........05:09 AM218.....KSC.....05:43 AM........06:45 AM219.....EDW.....07:12 AM........08:15 AM220.....EDW.....08:48 AM........09:50 AMWednesday, Aug. 10232.....KSC.....02:54 AM........03:57 AM233.....KSC.....04:29 AM........05:32 AM234.....EDW.....05:59 AM........07:02 AM235.....EDW.....07:35 AM........08:37 AM With Discovery back on terra firma, the shuttle team's focus will shift to the external tank foam problems that developed during launch. Along with the PAL ramp foam, engineers also are concerned about at least two other areas where foam separated from the tank. "The idea is to really look at it from an engineering standpoint and see what we've found out here," said Bill Gerstenmeir, space station program manager. "This flight was tremendous, we've got data now we've never had before. Now we can see when foam was liberated and exactly how the foam was liberated during ascent. So now you can take that back to maybe a defect that was present in the tank we didn't think about before, or wasn't there. Now you can see what that mechanism is and how it comes off. "So we have a tremendous chance to learn from this exercise that we can really take our knowledge base of how we apply foam to tank, how we ensure that it doesn't come off or it comes off at a time when it's not a problem to us. We've got a tremendous engineering chance to learn from this test program, this flight we just flew." Said Griffin, "The good thing is, almost all of the tank changes (made as a result of Columbia) worked. Some didn't. So what's the difference between the ones that did and the ones that didn't? That's what engineers do. And if we can extract that difference, then we can go and look at the next tank, or tanks. ... Now we have actual test data that we can use to see how well we did and in areas where we didn't do as well, why we didn't do as well. We've never had that before. Never." Griffin said every external tank has "enormous portions of it that are all the same and every tank has areas where there are hand applications of foam or insulation because the automatic machinery isn't that sophisticated." "And then every tank undergoes at some point in its career, minor damage," he said. "People touch it, or lean on it or whatever in the wrong way and things have to be patched and fixed. Those are the areas that will get a lot of attention. "But we will never, as long as we manufacture these tanks or much of anything else, we will never be able to eliminate the fact that there is some custom work for each tank. So what we have to have coming out of these test flights is an understanding of which types of custom work are OK and which types of custom work that we do are not yielding good results. And we need to stop that and do something different."Additional coverage for subscribers:VIDEO:FRIDAY MISSION STATUS BRIEFING VIDEO:CONGRESSIONAL LEADERS CALL ASTRONAUTS VIDEO:CARGO MODULE RETURNED TO DISCOVERY PAYLOAD BAY VIDEO:COMBO MISSION STATUS/MANAGEMENT BRIEFING BROADBAND PART & VIDEO:WED. 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STORY WRITTEN FOR & USED WITH PERMISSIONPosted: January 25, 2005Space station commander Leroy Chiao and flight engineer Salizhan Sharipov plan to stage a six-hour spacewalk early Wednesday to install experiments on the hull of the lab complex, including a European robotics system that can be controlled by radio from inside the Russian command module.This will be the first of two spacewalks planned for the Expedition 10crew and the 57th station EVA since assembly began in December 1998. Goinginto Wednesday's excursion, 39 NASA astronauts, one Canadian, one Frenchmanand nine Russian cosmonauts have logged 338 hours and 17 minutes buildingand maintaining the international outpost.Chiao, making his fifth spacewalk, and Sharipov, making his first, havefive major objectives:To install a universal work platform, with base and wiring, on the hullof the command module.To mount the European commercial experiment Rokviss (robotic componentsverification on ISS), an engineering experiment to test the operation ofmanipulator rotary joints operated from inside the Russian command moduleZvezda using a radio commanding system.To relocate a Japanese space exposure experiment package. In its place,the spacewalkers will install a Rokviss antenna and connect cabling betweenthe antenna and a transciever.To inspect vents used by the station's Elektron oxygen generationsystem to make sure they are clear. The Elektron system has had problemslately and engineers are taking advantage of the spacewalk to continuetroubleshooting.To install a Russian experiment known as Biorisk, which is designed tostudy the effects of the space environment on microorganisms.The Rokviss experiment "aims at the qualification of the newestlightweight robot joint technologies as developed in (the German AerospaceCenter's) lab," according to the agency's web site. "They are the basis fora new generation of ultra-light, impedance controllable ... arms which,combined with DLR's newest articulated 4-fingered hands, are the essentialcomponents for future robonaut systems."Additional information is available .Chiao and Sharipov plan to open the hatch in the Pirs airlock modulearound 2:25 a.m. EST (0725 GMT) to begin the spacewalk. 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File image of taken earlier this year shows a Russian Progress cargo freighter approaching the station for docking. Credit: NASAThe Progress M-50 craft was captured in the aft docking port of the station's Zvezda service module at 0501 GMT (1:01 a.m. EDT), three days after from Baikonur Cosmodrome atop a Soyuz rocket. "Contact and capture confirmed," NASA commentator Rob Navias announced from Houston's Mission Control Center. "A perfect approach and docking by the Progress 15 craft, now a part of the International Space Station."The station's two-man crew, Expedition 9 commander Gennady Padalka and flight engineer Michael Fincke, are scheduled to open up the Progress later today and begin unloading bundles of food, equipment and experiments. Also packed aboard are replacement components for the U.S. and Russian life support systems and new cooling pumps for American spacewalk suits, plus clothing and materials for the next crew due to launch in October."You can imagine how happy we must feel. We are looking forward to all of the things inside, including all of the replacement gear and things like that," Fincke told CAPCOM astronaut Julie Payette in Mission Control shortly after the docking. "We are hoping we get a chance to work on the American spacesuits, the EMUs, to see if we can get those repaired. There is a lot of other neat stuff inside, too."The freighter's cargo compartment carries 3,042 pounds of dry supplies and hardware. The ship's refueling compartment carries 1,521 pounds of propellant for the station's thrusters. About 926 pounds of potable water and 110 pounds of oxygen and air have been ferried on the ship.This is the fifteenth resupply mission to the International Space Station, giving it the name Progress 15P in the station's assembly sequence. The station is fully reliant upon the Russian Progress resupply ships until the U.S. space shuttle fleet returns to flight next spring. Today's docking was the sixth since the Columbia tragedy 18 months ago.While the shuttles are grounded, the station Expedition crews were reduced from three to two crewmembers to lessen the amount of supplies needed in space.The next Progress is expected in November.In preparation for today's Progress arrival, the Expedition 9 crew spent time clearing room for the new supplies and setting up video cameras to monitor the rendezvous, Mission Control said. 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