Hello everyone, welcome to engineering. If you’re craving for some interesting updates, I’m sure you won’t waste the next few minutes. Let’s start … SpaceX began collecting the first StarshipSuper Heavy Booster in South Texas. SpaceX took the first step towards the Orbital Starship launch, starting the construction of the first super heavy booster for recoverable and reusable spaceship missions into orbit Earth and beyond. SpaceX’s Starship and Super Heavy will be the largest spacecraft, upper stage and rocket booster ever, regardless of their achievements. SpaceX CEO Elon Musk recently stated that a super heavy booster can perform a jump test with only two Raptor engines, including an inner ring of 20 high-thrust rappers with minimal throttling at the end of the rocket and eight desameters for precision. Motors is expected. Controls. SpaceX revealed the first super heavyweight booster “BN1”.
The 83-meter-high chamber is under full pressure, with teams stacking and welding large steel rockets. Mary of NASSpeciflite tweeted on November 8, “The super heavy booster aft tank division went into the high bay at SpaceX Bokachika.” Mary also tweeted on November 9, “The second super heavy tank division was piled up in High Bay. Continue stacking. “On September 22, the first super heavy refreshments were sighted. Since the last six weeks, SpaceX’s Boca Chica, Texas plant has been consistently producing several stacked booster sections that are now scattered throughout the campus. Two separate- Separate portrait prototype tanks have been designed.
Proven flight proof. It is virtually indistinguishable from tank design. SpaceX can use exactly the same production structure for the majority of starships and super heavy. Next-generation rocket boosters are likely upper levels. Much easier than it would be. It would be the world’s largest reusable spacecraft and its upper levels. SpaceX built a series of small booster prototypes to support the starship’s first orbital flight tests. The design of the starship tank further changed. Delivered. SpaceX is going full scale directly from starship prototype development.
Super Heavy Booster production and testing. December – January Super Heavy Booster-1 (BN1) will be completed. Six from M. Crux’s historic Crew Dragon launch Days ago Crew-1 astronauts finally florid Arrives at the Kennedy Space Center. On Sunday, November 8, NASA astronauts VictorGlover, Michael Hopkins and Shannon Walker and ZXA astronaut Soichi Noguchi landed at the Kennedy Space Center when they alighted from an aircraft parked on the shuttle runway of the old plane. “We flew in an aircraft here today, but plan to leave on a rocket,” Glover said after arriving at the space center. Glover is more excited because it will be his first flight unlike Hopkins, Walker and Noguchi. Glover also said, “It’s hard to get into words, real. I’m excited to go into space. We have a fantastic spaceship and we’ll join a great team.” said. The Crew Dragon launch of SpaceX is scheduled to take place on Saturday, November 14 at 19:49. EST.
It will be an eight-and-a-half-hour journey to the International Space Station, so if everything goes according to plan, crew-1 members will arrive at the station on Sunday, November 15. After that, the new members will team up with Kate Rubins, Sergei Reznikov and Sergei Kud-Serkov. Expedition 64 will begin. On October 21, NASA astronaut Kate Rubinsalong arrived at the space station in a Russian Soyuz spacecraft with two Russian Cosmonauts. Kennedy Space Center Director Bobcabana gave him a warm welcome upon his arrival. “I can’t tell you how good it is to invite the crew back into space,” Bob said. Hopkins wrote on his Twitter page: “We’ve been here for less than 24 hours and we’ve seen our rocket here. We’ve seen our spacecraft” Resilience “and we’ve seen our spacecraft. And For an astronaut. It’s a great day.
“This mission is a successful demo of SpaceX. This is SpaceX’s second crew flight for NASA after -2 flight. In addition, JAXA astronauts, one of NASA’s international partners, will be sitting in a capsule with the crew for the first time. On his third flight to the ISS, Noguchi said, “It feels great to be here. It’s been a long way, but Crew-1 is interested and we are the only game in town this week.” Our mission Is for everyone, “Noguchi said.” One for all, one for all. Let’s Fly. “Finally we’ll have a quick discussion about the SLS Green test. Technical and weather problems further delay the SLS Green Run test.
Speaking at the SpaceGen Summit conference on November 7 by the Space Production Advisory Council, NASA Deputy Administrator Jim Morhard said “When we turn on all four engines of the space launch system, we definitely continue to keep everything right,” he said. . Space Launch System Testing (SLS) Kernel Stage FaTechnical issues and weather issues led to another delay that could push the trial back to the end of 2020. NASA said one of the eight valves supplying liquid hydrogen to the four RS-25 engines on the platform operated irregularly in previous tests. oxygen thrusters, and a hot fire test, where the four engines are eight.
Will be ignited for minutes. “After a successful repair, the team plans to conduct a Green Run weight suit rehearsal and hot fire test before the end of the year,” NASA also said. But NASA did not testify, especially when the last two Green Run tests would be beyond their goal of completing them this year. NASA planned a green run test for the SLS core phase in mid-November.
The date was set by NASA and Boeing officials. On November 6, NASA announced that the SLS core phase would delay green run testing. Hurricane Zeta passed near the Stannis Space Center in Mississippi at a rate of 110 mph and rapidly weakened. The sixth tropical storm near Stenson halted the Green Run test on 28 October. While the storm did not damage the hull or test stand, it did damage to the center and local area of the settlement. The storm poses a serious threat to NASA employees. In addition to damaging their homes, they suffered severe power outages. NASA said that many of its employees were unable to visit the space station due to this natural disaster.
On October 13, at a symposium, NASA SLS program manager John Honeycutt stated that there is a twenty to twenty-five-day margin calling for the SLS core stage that will be moved from Stennis to the Kennedy Space Center in mid-January. During this seminar, the Hotfire Test was scheduled on 14 November. Honeycutt also stated at the seminar that the SLS core phase is on a critical path for the Artemis-1 mission, so any delay in testing and delivery would delay the mission.