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  1. #41
    mcnoch

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    Die alle Schlagzeilen beherrschende Nachricht zur ISS war ja natürlich, dass die Jungs da oben nun auch Harry Potter IV gucken dürfen:p , aber was sonst so geschah....

    International Space Station Commander Bill McArthur and Flight Engineer Valery Tokarev will enjoy a day off Thursday to celebrate Thanksgiving. The holiday highlights a week of robotics operations, routine maintenance and early preparations for a Christmas-time shipment of supplies.

    McArthur and Tokarev make up the 12th crew on the space laboratory and the sixth to observe Thanksgiving on the orbiting complex. They sent holiday greetings to Earth this week and described their plans to feast on irradiated smoked turkey, dehydrated green beans, powdered drinks and a thermo-stabilized cranberry-apple dessert.

    On Monday, McArthur powered up the station's 60-foot robotic arm, the Canadarm2, and maneuvered it for training and engineering tests.
    Working at a control panel inside the station's Destiny laboratory, he used the arm to grip and release a fixture on the exterior of the Lab. Following that, he positioned the Canadarm2 to allow its cameras to monitor the next planned spacewalk.

    That spacewalk, using Russian spacesuits, was initially scheduled for December but was rescheduled for Feb. 2, 2006, to ease the crew's workload. Managers also cancelled a third spacewalk planned for the Expedition 12 crew. That spacewalk would have used U.S. spacesuits as did a first venture earlier this month. McArthur and Tokarev accomplished several get-ahead tasks during the Nov. 7 spacewalk, enabling managers to delete the final excursion.

    Also Tuesday, McArthur and Tokarev performed routine medical checkups.
    Today, they completed a regular audit of food supplies to update inventory lists.

    The crew's attention now turns to the departure of the Progress cargo spacecraft, which is docked to the station, Dec. 20. After the craft leaves the station, it will burn up in the atmosphere. The next Progress is scheduled to launch Dec. 21 and dock to the complex on Dec. 23. It will be the 20th Progress to go to the station. Its cargo is expected to include Christmas gifts from the crew's families.

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  3. #42
    mcnoch

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    Das interessantese steht wie so oft am Schluß. Die Astronauten/Kosmonauten möchten das alte Progress-Modul noch so lange wie möglich angedockt behalten, obwohl schon das nächste kommen soll. Grund ist, dass sie noch mehr Müll dort einlagern wollen und die Sauerstoffversorgung des Moduls nutzen wollen. Scheint, dass es bei beiden Themen mehr gibt, als die Pressestellen gerne erzählen wollen.


    In the third month of a six-month mission, the International Space Station Expedition 12 crew worked this week on science experiments, maintenance and the setup of hardware for future activities. After a light duty weekend, Commander Bill McArthur and Flight Engineer Valery Tokarev began the week with science tasks.

    McArthur, the NASA station science officer, worked with the Human Research Facility 2, setting up a refrigerated centrifuge for biological samples for future experiments. He also conducted experiments with the Binary Colloidal Alloy Test-3. It uses small particles called colloids to study fundamental physics. It gathers data that may provide insight into a wide range of applications, from the development of new pharmaceuticals to new rocket engines.

    McArthur also inspected samples for the InSPACE magnetic materials experiment. The investigation studies the physics of magnetic particles in a fluid to gain insight into the processes used in many electromechanical applications on Earth. McArthur also repaired a trace contaminant monitor in the Destiny Lab. The monitor measures the amount of gases in the cabin air. He replaced thermal fuses and will activate and check the device next week.

    During the week, the crew performed a variety of maintenance activities, labeled fire ports in the Unity Node, conducted an inventory of water containers and performed preventative maintenance on a ventilation system in the Russian segment. McArthur took time out to talk to students at two schools via amateur radio, the Hawthorne Brook Middle School in Townsend, Mass., and the Ralph McCall School in Airdrie, Alberta, Canada.

    Tokarev worked with the docked Progress resupply spacecraft and repressurized the station atmosphere using oxygen from the craft. The Elektron oxygen generation system in the Zvezda Service Module was intentionally shut down last week to use the oxygen from the Progress.

    Tokarev continued unpacking the craft and loading it with unneeded gear. Propellant from the Progress tanks was transferred to station tanks on the Zarya module. Both crew members completed routine medical officer proficiency training.

    Station managers are evaluating a proposal from Russian engineers to delay the scheduled Dec. 20 Progress undocking. The proposal would leave the Progress attached to the station longer, allowing the crew additional time to use it for trash disposal and to use its oxygen supply. Regardless of whether the Progress is docked or undocked, launch and docking of the next Progress is Dec. 21 and Dec. 23. The new Progress will deliver food, water, fuel, air and holiday gifts for the crew. It will be the 20th Progress to go to the station.

  4. #43
    mcnoch

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    Beim zweitägigen europäischen Weltraumgipfle hat man sich darauf geeinigt, weiterhin an der ISS festzuhalten und bis 2008 weitere 650 Million Euro in ISS-bezogene Projekte investieren werde.

  5. #44
    mcnoch

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    Man hat wieder fleißig heimgewerkelt auf der ISS und wartet nun auf den Weihnachtsmann, dessen Geschenke sich an Bord des am 23. Dezember eintreffenden Progress-Moduls befinden werden.

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    Expedition 12 Commander Bill McArthur and Flight Engineer Valery Tokarev focused on keeping the International Space Station in good working condition this week, as managers reviewed plans for changing cargo vehicles.

    On Monday, McArthur replaced thermal fuses in a Volatile Organic Analyzer in the Destiny Lab. The device is an atmospheric contaminant monitor that measures the amount of gases in the cabin air. McArthur planned to replace a circulation fan today in the rack the unit is housed in; the apparatus will be activated and checked next week.

    In the Russian Zarya module, the crew performed routine smoke detector cleaning. Tokarev repaired air ducts to improve airflow into the U.S.
    segment, and he installed mufflers on an adjustable fan in the sleeping quarters to reduce noise.

    As part of NASA's education programs, McArthur recorded an explanation of the station's solar panels. The curriculum-based crew activities demonstrate the basic principles of science, math, physics, engineering and geography. The programs show students how familiar objects on Earth may behave differently in weightlessness. The videotaped session was down linked for use in classrooms and NASA educational products.

    McArthur updated the operating software of the five racks designed to house science experiments in the Destiny lab. He also prepared the canisters of a materials exposure experiment for installation outside the station during the next space shuttle mission.

    The crew spent time gathering unneeded equipment and trash for disposal in the Progress cargo spacecraft docked to the aft port of the Zvezda module. They removed the Progress' Kurs automatic docking system for return to Earth for refurbishment and reuse.

    Station managers are reviewing a proposed plan to keep the Progress docked a few more months. The extra time would allow the crew to use its oxygen and fuel and for additional trash disposal. The Progress is scheduled to undock Dec. 20.

    The next Progress is set to launch Dec. 21 from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. It will be the 20th Progress to dock with the station. If the Progress docked to the station remains in place, the new Progress will dock to the Pirs Docking Compartment on Dec.
    23. It will deliver almost three tons of food, water, fuel, oxygen, air, spare parts and holiday gifts.

  6. #45
    mcnoch

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    Die ISS-Besatzung bereitet sich mal wieder auf die Übernahme neuer Versorgungsgüter vor. Ansonsten läßt man es etwas ruhiger angehen und frischt mal wieder die Kenntnisse und Fähigkeiten etwas auf und hat endlich die Systeme für die Erhaltung der Sauerstoffversorgung in Stand gesetzt.

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    This week the crew focused on preparing for the arrival of a holiday shipment of fuel, food, water, spare parts and gifts. A Progress spacecraft launches from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan at
    1:38 p.m. EST, Dec. 21. The 20th supply ship to visit the station will arrive at the Pirs docking compartment Dec. 23 at 2:54 p.m. EST.

    Expedition 12 Commander Bill McArthur and Flight Engineer Valery Tokarev brushed up on operating a backup, manual docking system in case the standard automated one fails. The Progress will deliver
    3,097 pounds of food, clothing, experiment hardware, spare parts and gifts; 1,940 pounds of propellant; 463 pounds of water; 183 pounds of oxygen and air. The Progress docked to the station will remain for several months along with the new craft.

    The crew also performed biomedical experiments to study the impact of long-duration missions in space. Maintenance work this week included upgrading software on equipment racks in the Destiny laboratory; restoring the air conditioner in the crew health care system to full operation; and reactivating an air monitoring system.

    McArthur completed refresher training with the station's Canadian-built robotic arm. He also videotaped a lesson on how station crews recycle supplies. The video demonstrates basic scientific principles and will be part of NASA educational products made available to schools across the country.

  7. #46
    mcnoch

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    Die Bekanntgabe der NASA eine ganze Reihe von zusätzlichen Transportleistungen in Russland einzukaufen, um den eigenen Verpflichtungen für das ISS-Projekt nachkommen zu können hat eine teils hitzige Debatte darum entfacht, ob dieser Schritt der NASA nicht das Ende des Space Shuttles bedeutet.

    Hier zwei Artikel zum Thema
    http://www.spacedaily.com/news/NASA_...z_Flights.html
    http://www.spacedaily.com/news/NASAs...p_Shuttle.html

    Meiner Meinung nach, ist dieser Schritt unter den derzeitigen Bedingungen der einzig richtige. So bleiben die letzten Shuttle-Flüge für jene Missionen reserviert, die nur das Shuttle durchführen kann, nämlich schwere bzw. sperrige Einzelkomponenten für die ISS transportieren oder ggf. das Hubble zu reparieren, während diejenigen Missionen, bei denen es nur um den Transport von handlichen Gütern und Menschen geht ohne weiteres auch von den russischen Systemen übernommen werden können. Dies hat auch den angenehmen Zusatznutzen, dass man einen Partner, den man für einen Flug zum Mond oder gar Mars zu einem späteren Zeitpunkt dringend brauchen wird, finaziell am Leben erhält.

  8. #47
    AF1

    Avatar von AF1
    Moin!


    Überflüge BRD

    # CET Date & Time Azm CET Time Alt Azm CET Time Azm Duration V/F
    1 18 FEB 06 2103 181.3 2133 7 135.0 21:24:07 88.3 004
    2 18 FEB 06 22:50:17 228.9 2203 34 152.7 22:59:51 76.0 0:09:34
    3 19 FEB 06 0011 261.5 0006 84 349.1 00:35:04 81.6 0:09:53
    4 19 FEB 06 02:00:25 280.1 02:05:22 89 188.9 0218 102.4 0:09:53
    5 19 FEB 06 03:35:37 283.5 03:40:21 28 209.8 03:45:03 136.9 0:09:26
    6 19 FEB 06 05:11:37 267.3 05:14:45 5 227.2 0551 187.8 0:06:14
    8 19 FEB 06 2154 208.0 21:44:18 17 143.8 21:48:44 79.2 050 F
    9 19 FEB 06 23:14:13 247.1 2306 66 163.2 23:24:02 76.9 0:09:49
    10 20 FEB 06 00:49:23 272.8 00:54:20 76 3.9 00:59:15 90.3 0:09:52
    11 20 FEB 06 02:24:36 283.8 0230 55 200.3 02:34:23 118.3 0:09:47
    12 20 FEB 06 03:59:58 278.7 0413 13 219.0 0426 159.6 028
    13 20 FEB 06 2009 182.2 20:33:42 7 135.2 20:37:17 88.0 008
    14 20 FEB 06 2226 229.5 2212 35 152.9 22:13:00 76.0 0:09:34 F
    15 20 FEB 06 23:38:19 261.9 23:43:15 83 347.2 23:48:11 81.8 0:09:52
    16 21 FEB 06 01:13:34 280.3 0130 88 196.8 0126 102.8 0:09:52
    17 21 FEB 06 02:48:46 283.4 02:53:29 28 210.6 02:58:11 137.4 0:09:25
    18 21 FEB 06 04:24:47 266.8 04:27:53 5 227.4 0455 188.8 0:06:08
    19 21 FEB 06 19:22:17 138.7 1915 1 127.3 19:24:15 115.1 0:01:58
    20 21 FEB 06 20:53:00 208.5 20:57:24 17 144.0 21:01:51 79.1 051 F
    21 21 FEB 06 22:27:19 247.5 22:32:13 67 162.8 22:37:08 77.0 0:09:49 F
    22 22 FEB 06 00:02:30 273.1 0025 76 1.8 00:12:22 90.6 0:09:52
    23 22 FEB 06 01:37:41 283.8 01:42:35 54 202.1 0128 118.8 0:09:47
    24 22 FEB 06 03:13:04 278.6 0318 13 219.2 03:21:30 160.2 026
    25 22 FEB 06 19:43:11 182.9 19:46:45 7 135.5 19:50:22 87.7 011
    26 22 FEB 06 21:16:30 230.0 21:21:16 36 152.6 2104 76.0 0:09:34 F
    27 22 FEB 06 22:51:24 262.2 2219 83 351.8 23:01:15 82.0 0:09:51
    28 23 FEB 06 0038 280.4 00:31:34 88 181.1 0029 103.2 0:09:51
    29 23 FEB 06 02:01:49 283.4 02:06:32 27 210.9 02:11:13 138.0 0:09:24
    30 23 FEB 06 03:37:52 266.3 03:40:55 5 227.7 03:43:55 189.6 0:06:03
    31 23 FEB 06 18:35:09 140.8 1816 1 127.4 18:37:26 113.4 0:02:17
    32 23 FEB 06 20:06:00 209.1 2026 18 143.9 20:14:52 79.0 052 F
    33 23 FEB 06 21:40:21 247.9 21:45:14 68 162.3 21:50:09 77.1 0:09:48 F
    34 23 FEB 06 23:15:31 273.3 2326 76 359.9 2323 90.9 0:09:52
    35 24 FEB 06 00:50:42 283.9 0036 53 202.0 01:00:29 119.2 0:09:47
    36 24 FEB 06 0205 278.4 0218 13 219.4 02:34:28 161.0 023
    37 24 FEB 06 1808 183.6 18:59:44 8 135.6 1922 87.4 014 F
    38 24 FEB 06 2028 230.4 20:34:14 36 153.2 2002 76.0 0:09:34 * F
    39 24 FEB 06 2224 262.6 22:09:18 82 355.8 22:14:14 82.2 0:09:50 F
    40 24 FEB 06 2337 280.6 23:44:33 87 186.2 23:49:28 103.5 0:09:51
    41 25 FEB 06 01:14:48 283.3 0130 27 211.0 01:24:11 138.5 0:09:23
    42 25 FEB 06 02:50:52 265.8 02:53:52 4 227.9 0249 190.5 0:05:57
    43 25 FEB 06 1757 142.5 17:49:11 1 127.6 17:50:29 112.0 0:02:32
    44 25 FEB 06 1956 209.6 1921 18 144.5 19:27:49 78.8 053 * F
    45 25 FEB 06 20:53:18 248.3 20:58:10 69 162.6 2105 77.2 0:09:47 * F
    46 25 FEB 06 22:28:28 273.6 22:33:22 76 360.0 22:38:19 91.1 0:09:51 F
    47 26 FEB 06 0039 283.9 0032 52 201.8 00:13:25 119.6 0:09:46
    48 26 FEB 06 0102 278.1 01:43:13 13 219.6 0122 161.5 020
    49 26 FEB 06 18:09:01 184.1 18:12:38 8 135.7 18:16:17 87.1 016 F
    50 26 FEB 06 19:42:22 230.9 1908 37 153.2 19:51:56 75.9 0:09:34 * F
    51 26 FEB 06 2118 262.9 21:22:11 82 350.7 21:27:08 82.3 0:09:50 F
    52 26 FEB 06 22:52:31 280.7 22:57:26 86 195.4 23:02:21 103.9 0:09:50
    53 27 FEB 06 00:27:42 283.2 00:32:24 26 210.8 00:37:03 139.0 0:09:21
    54 27 FEB 06 0248 265.2 02:06:45 4 228.0 02:09:38 191.5 0:05:50
    55 27 FEB 06 17:00:42 144.0 17:02:02 1 127.8 1726 111.0 0:02:44
    56 27 FEB 06 18:31:47 210.1 1813 18 144.3 18:40:40 78.8 053 * F
    57 27 FEB 06 20:06:09 248.7 20:11:02 70 162.9 20:15:56 77.3 0:09:47 * F
    58 27 FEB 06 21:41:19 273.8 21:46:14 76 1.8 21:51:10 91.4 0:09:51 F
    59 27 FEB 06 23:16:31 283.9 23:21:23 51 201.6 2315 120.0 0:09:44
    60 28 FEB 06 00:51:54 277.9 0004 12 219.7 01:00:12 162.1 018

    Legende:
    * = Bei diesen Überflügen kann man die ISS visuell am Nachthimmel beobachten.
    F = Bei diesen Überflügen in Berücksichtigung der Arbeitszeit der Crew, ist Kommunikation
    mit ZUP über der Bahnverfolgungsstation Schtscholkowo möglich.
    Sk = Bei diesen Überflügen werden geplante Schulkontakte via Amateurfunk durchgeführt.

    Die normale Arbeitszeit der ISS Crew ist von 8:00-22:30 Uhr ME(S)Z wo mit Kommunikation
    zu rechnen ist.

  9. #48
    Soaringstar


    Hi!
    Hab grad von der Schule aus 1 woche Praktikum beim Kontrollzentrum des DLR in Oberpfaffenhofen hinter mir. Von da aus soll COLUMBUS, das ESA-Modul, mal kontrolliert werden, falls es je fliegen wird. Und das ist es was die meisten Mitarbeiter im Gespräch mit mir sehr stark bezweifelt haben! :?! Keine Ahnung, aber besonders fortschrittlich siehts nicht aus!

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  11. #49
    mcnoch

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    Hier mal was zu den gemeinsammen Plänen zur weiteren zukunft der ISS.

    http://www.space.com/news/060302_iss_future_plan.html

  12. #50
    flieger6861

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    Hallo

    @ af1 und alle die es interessiert:

    Mach es dir nicht so schwer, benutze einfach

    http://www.heavens-above.com

    Such deinen Standpunkt unter: "select from database"
    und wähle dann "ISS"

    alles andere erklärt sich eigentlich von selbst

    flieger

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