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Flown cover devoted SpX 15 flight

The ISS / "Dragon" (CRS 15) flown cover was marked with the all proper ISS board seals dated 03 July 2018, the day when the hatched between the American "Dragon" (CRS 15) unmanned supply spacecraft and the ISS were opened. The cover was autographed by all astronauts who were aboard the station on 03 July 2018: Russian cosmonauts Oleg Artemyev and Sergey Prokopiev, German astronaut Alexander Gerst; American astronauts Serena Maria Auñón-Chancellor, Andrew Feustel and Richard Arnold.

It is necessary to remark that the cover was not carried by the "Dragon" spacecraft. The cover was delivered to the ISS and then back to Earth by a Russian cosmonaut aboard ... Read more »

Category: Space Mail | Looking through: 58 | Date: 02.03.2019 | Rating: 0.0/0

Flown cover devoted Cygnus OA-9E flight.

The ISS / “Cygnus” CRS OA-9E flown cover was marked with the all proper ISS board seals dated 24 May 2018, the day when the American “Cygnus” (CRS OA-9E mission) unmanned supply spacecraft docked to the ISS. The cover was autographed by all astronauts who were aboard the station on 24 May 2018: Russian cosmonauts Oleg Artemyev and Anton Shkaplerov; American astronauts Andrew Feustel, Scott Tingle, Richard Arnold; Japanese astronaut Norishige Kanai.

It is necessary to remark that the cover was not carried by the " Cygnus" spacecraft. The cover was delivered to the ISS and then back to Earth by a Russian cosmonaut aboard a Soyuz MS spacecraft ... Read more »

Category: Space Mail | Looking through: 51 | Date: 02.03.2019 | Rating: 0.0/0

Flown cover devoted SpX 14 flight

The ISS / "Dragon" (CRS 14) flown cover was marked with the all proper ISS board seals dated 04 April 2018, the day when the American "Dragon" (CRS 14) unmanned supply spacecraft docked to the ISS. The cover was autographed by all astronauts who were aboard the station on 04 April 2018: Russian cosmonauts Oleg Artemyev and Anton Shkaplerov; American astronauts Andrew Feustel, Scott Tingle, Richard Arnold; Japanese astronaut Norishige Kanai.

It is necessary to remark that the cover was not carried by the "Dragon" spacecraft. The cover was delivered to the ISS and then back to Earth by a Russian cosmonaut aboard a Soyuz MS spacecraft.

Category: Space Mail | Looking through: 48 | Date: 02.03.2019 | Rating: 0.0/0

Dragon-2 (DM-1 mission) spacecraft launched to ISS.

On March 2, 2019 at 07:49 UTC the "Falcon 9” rocket-carrier was launched from Kennedy Space Center (LC39A), Florida, USA. The launch was performed by the "SpaceX” private company supported by the 45th Space Wing of US Air Force. The rocket orbited the “Crew Dragon” (or “Dragon-2”) unpiloted spacecraft (Mission Demo-1 or SpX-X-DM1). It is the first demonstration test flight of the “Crew Dragon”. Crew Dragon – which is also known as “Dragon-2” – is an evolution of the current “Dragon” spacecraft used for cargo and logistics missions to the International Space Station under Commercial Resupply Services (CRS) contracts. The “Dragon-2” (DM-1 mis ... Read more »

Category: Manned Space Flights. | Looking through: 54 | Date: 02.03.2019 | Rating: 0.0/0

Russian rocket orbited the first OneWeb satellites.

On February 27, 2019 at 21:37 UTC the Russian "Soyuz-ST-B” rocket-carrier was launched from Kourou launch site in French Guiana. The rocket equipped with the "Fregat-M” booster orbited first 6 OneWeb satellites. There are 20 more Soyuz launches planned for OneWeb from French Guiana, Russia and Kazakhstan, each carrying 32 to 36 satellites to build out the company’s network providing worldwide broadband Internet coverage. OneWeb plans to deploy 648 satellites in its initial constellation over the next two years. The OneWeb is a global communications company that was founded in 2012 under the name WorldVu, based in Britain’s Channel Islands. Now the company is based in Arlington, Virginia, USA.

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"Cygnus” (CRS NG-10) mission completed.

On February 25, 2019 the US "Cygnus” (CRS NG-10 “S.S. John Young”) unmanned supply spacecraft was deorbited. Non-burnt fragments of the spacecraft drowned in the remote area of the Pacific at 09:05 UTC.

Category: Manned Space Flights. | Looking through: 47 | Date: 01.03.2019 | Rating: 0.0/0

Japanese probe landed on asteroid.

On February 22, 2019 at 22:29 UTC, the Japanese “Hayabusa-2” probe contacted the surface of Ryugu asteroid. The spacecraft briefly landed on the asteroid more than 350 million kilometers from Earth to take a rocky sample. The probe spent on Ryugu surface for just a few moments before firing thrusters to climb away from the asteroid. It was a touch-and-go landing. The “Hayabusa-2” is to return back to Earth in December 2020.

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Russia launched Egyptian satellite from Baykonur.

On February 21, 2019 at 16:47 UTC the "Soyuz-2” rocket-carrier was launched from Baykonur Cosmodrome. The rocket equipped with the "Fregat” upper-stage orbited the “Egyptsat-A” observation satellite. It is a remote sensing satellite built by Russian RSC “Energia” aerospace manufacturer to provide the Egyptian military and other government agencies with high-resolution surveillance imagery.

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Falcon launched with Israeli moon lander and Indonesian comsat.

On February 21, 2019 at 01:45 UTC the "Falcon-9” rocket-carrier was launched Cape Canaveral launch site of US Air Force. The launch was performed by the "SpaceX” private company supported by the 45th Space Wing of US Air Force. The rocket orbited Indonesia’s “Nusantara Satu” communications satellite; the “Beresheet” lunar lander for SpaceIL (an Israeli organization); the S5 experimental small satellite for the Air Force Research Laboratory.

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Cygnus deployed 3 nanosatellites.

On February 13, 2019 the US "Cygnus” (CRS NG-10 “S.S. John Young”) unmanned supply spacecraft deployed 3 nanosatellites: MySat-1 of UAE; CHEFSAT (Cost-effective High E-Frequency Satellite) and Kicksat-2 of USA.

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