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    Talking STS-135/Atlantis F-33:ultima misiune a unei navete spatiale

    Azi, in mod normal(previziunile meteo sunt de doar 30% favorabile lansarii), vom asista la ultimul zbor al unei navete spatiale americane.

    Au fost 134 zboruri planificate si 3 esecuri.

    Lansarea este planificata pt. ora 18:26, ora Romaniei.

    Puteti urmarii lansarea aici:
    http://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/nasatv/

    O veste buna pentru @KB: First iPhone Flying on Last Shuttle

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    dar de ce zici ca e ultimul? dupa aia nu mai zboara?
    da faliment america?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ntire2000 View Post
    dar de ce zici ca e ultimul? dupa aia nu mai zboara?
    da faliment america?
    Ca asa zic astia:

    Space shuttle Atlantis is set to liftoff July 8 on the final flight of the shuttle program, STS-135, a 12-day mission to the International Space Station. Atlantis will carry a crew of four and the Raffaello multipurpose logistics module containing supplies and spare parts for the space station. The STS-135 astronauts are: Commander Chris Ferguson, Pilot Doug Hurley, and Mission Specialists Sandy Magnus and Rex Walheim.
    (Source: NASA )



    ...sau astia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of...uttle_missions


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    da, am vazut si io.
    e totusi interesant sa zica asta.
    inseamna ca vine sfarsitu' lumii si nu apuca sa mai pregateasca urmatorul zbor.
    plus ca, nicaieri nu e mai bine ca acasa....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ntire2000 View Post
    da, am vazut si io.
    e totusi interesant sa zica asta.
    inseamna ca vine sfarsitu' lumii si nu apuca sa mai pregateasca urmatorul zbor.
    plus ca, nicaieri nu e mai bine ca acasa....
    te referi la chinese space

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    Quote Originally Posted by ntire2000 View Post
    da, am vazut si io.
    e totusi interesant sa zica asta.
    inseamna ca vine sfarsitu' lumii si nu apuca sa mai pregateasca urmatorul zbor.
    plus ca, nicaieri nu e mai bine ca acasa....
    Nu vine sfarsitul lumii... pur si simplu sunt depasite aceste navete si tocmai din acest motiv americanii vor sa lanseze noua generatie de navete, incepand cu 2015

    Pana in 2015, o sa fie transportati in spatiu cu ajutorul rachetelor rusesti... interesant de vazut cum vor arata noile navete americane

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    Termenul de 2015 nu tinea cont de problemele financiare ale americanilor , asa ca cine stie cand vor mai lansa navetele ?
    Si asa NASA a suferit taieri de buget consistente .

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    Ia vedeti aici ce aspect sovietic are. Notiunea de depasit cred ca capata contur.
    Cel mai mult imi plac neoanele prinse cu un carlig de marginea carlingii si insemnate cu markerul si butoanele lipite cu scoci sa nu se apese din greseala...

    http://360vr.com/2011/06/22-discover...236/index.html
    Last edited by blindman; 18th July 2011 at 02:03.

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    Pai asta spuneam si eu... bine, e oarecum normal ca unele componente & cabluri sa fie la vedere sau in locuri usor accesibile pentru inlocuire rapida sau depistarea imediata a unor defectiuni
    Se stie ca personalul de la bord face de toate... inclusiv reparatii la instalatiile electronice

    Ideea e ca omenirea nu poate ajunge prea departe cu asemenea navete spatiale... sunt realmente primitive

    Nici macar cu noul proiect, ORION (noua generatie de rachete/capsule), nu vor face fata decat cel mult la o calatorie spre Luna sau Marte asta in cel mai fericit caz (dar pentru Marte cred ca au nevoie de o capsula/racheta mai mare)



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    http://www.space.com/11194-nasa-orio...e-capsule.html

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    Talking Space Shuttle Era Ends with Atlantis Landing

    O imagine superba surprinsa la ultima aterizare a unei navete spatiale americane:


    Image above: Space shuttle Atlantis lands for the final time at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Image credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls

    Crew Returns Home After Final Shuttle Mission
    Fri, 22 Jul 2011 11:09:14 PM GMT+0300

    The four STS-135 astronauts and their family members who came to NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida for yesterday's landing and completion of the Space Shuttle Program's final mission returned home to Houston this afternoon. The public is invited to attend a welcome home ceremony at 4 p.m. CDT in NASA's Hangar 990 at Ellington Field. Gates to Ellington Field will open at 3:30 p.m. The ceremony will be broadcast live on NASA TV and online at www.nasa.gov/ntv.

    Space shuttle Atlantis was towed into Kennedy's Orbiter Processing Facility-2 following yesterday's employee appreciation event. Technicians will spend the next few weeks reconfiguring Atlantis after its final flight. Today, they will finish readying the shuttle and its hangar for the normal post-flight processing and begin draining residual cryogenic reactants. They'll continue deservicing work through the weekend.

    Atlantis touched down yesterday on the Shuttle Landing Facility's Runway 15 at 5:57 a.m. EDT. The landing brought to a close 30 years of space shuttle flights.

    "Although we got to take the ride," said Commander Chris Ferguson on behalf of his crew, " we sure hope that everybody who has ever worked on, or touched, or looked at, or envied or admired a space shuttle was able to take just a little part of the journey with us."

    The STS-135 crew consisted of Ferguson, Pilot Doug Hurley, Mission Specialists Sandra Magnus and Rex Walheim.

    "I really want to thank the space shuttle team and the Space Shuttle Program for just a tremendous effort today and throughout the entire history of the program. We gave them a tremendous challenge to fly and execute these missions and to finish strong and I can tell you today that the team accomplished every one of those objectives," said Associate Administrator for Space Operations Bill Gerstenmaier as he addressed the media at the post-landing news conference. "I'd also like to thank the nation for allowing us to have these thirty years to go use the shuttle system."

    On the 13-day mission, the STS-135 crew delivered to the International Space Station more than 9,400 pounds of spare parts, spare equipment and other supplies in the Raffaello multi-purpose logistics module, including 2,677 pounds of food. The supplies will sustain space station operations for the next year. The 21-**** long, 15-**** diameter Raffaello brought back nearly 5,700 pounds of unneeded materials from the station.

    (Sursa: NASA )

 

 

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