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    CRS-16 Falcon Landing Attempt 4.8 Miles Nikon P1000 Zoom
    K Space Academy
    Published on Dec 5, 2018
    Following the launch of CRS-16 and nominal separation of Dragon and the upper stage, a SpaceX Falcon 9 first stage successfully aborted from the intended LZ to a soft water landing. Aborted landing attempt was caused by a grid fin hydraulic pump failure.


    What Exactly Caused SpaceX's Falcon 9 Landing Failure

    Everyday Astronaut
    Published on Dec 5, 2018
    Today SpaceX experienced their first landing failure of a Falcon 9 since 2016! So what went wrong? We'll dive into the details and explain what exactly happened!


    SpaceX CRS-16 Launch LIVE - IRL from KSC
    Starts @ 05:30, Launch @ 53:00, Booster Boost-back burn to "landing" @ 56:00
    https://www.twitch.tv/videos/345009670
     
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    SpaceX's Water Landing Reveals Rocket "Secrets" (or, What We Learned from CRS-16)
    Scott Manley
    Published on Dec 8, 2018
    Now that the CRS-16 capsule has berthed at the space station with a load of Christmas presents and other essential supplies it's time to look at what we've discovered in the last few days, and clear up a few misconceptions.
     
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    Virgin galactic rocket plane reaches space
    CGTN
    Published on Dec 13, 2018
    A rocket plane designed by Virgin Galactic reached the altitude of 82 km above earth and entered into suborbital space. The launch ushers in a new era of space tourism that can begin as soon as 2019. Six hundred people have signed up for the adventure, costing $250,000 per passenger.


    Virgin Galactic tourism spaceship reaches edge of space for first time
    CBC News
    Published on Dec 13, 2018
    Virgin Galactic’s tourism rocket ship climbed more than 80 km above Earth, reaching for the first time what many consider the boundary of space. The company considers this a "huge step forward" in making commercial space tourism a reality.
    To read more: https://www.cbc.ca/1.4944162


    Richard Branson Welcomes Astronauts Home from Virgin Galactic’s Historic First Spaceflight
    DECEMBER 13, 2018
    https://www.virgingalactic.com/articles/first-space-flight
    History has been made and a long-anticipated dream realised in Mojave, CA, today as Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShipTwo, VSS Unity, landed from her maiden spaceflight to cheers from Richard Branson and the teams from Virgin Galactic and The Spaceship Company.

    Not only is this the first human spaceflight to be launched from American soil since the final Space Shuttle mission in 2011, but the very first time that a crewed vehicle built for commercial, passenger service, has reached space.

    The historic achievement has been recognised by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) who announced today that early next year they will present pilots Mark “Forger” Stucky and Frederick “CJ” Sturckow with FAA Commercial Astronaut Wings at a ceremony in Washington DC. CJ, as a four-time Space Shuttle pilot, will become the only person to have been awarded NASA and FAA wings.

    Today’s accomplishment has also been recognised by the NASA Flight Opportunities Program, which flew four space science and technology experiments on VSS Unity, making this Virgin Galactic’s first revenue generating flight.

    The spectacular spaceflight, which was witnessed by a large crowd of staff and their families, as well as special guests and media, saw a 60 second planned rocket motor burn which propelled VSS Unity to almost three times the speed of sound and to an apogee of 51.4 miles.

    As VSS Unity coasted upwards through the black sky and into space, Virgin Galactic Mission Control confirmed the news and congratulated the two astronaut pilots: “ Unity, Welcome to Space”.

    After a Mach 2.5 supersonic re-entry into the atmosphere, which utilised Unity’s unique “feathering” configuration, Forger and CJ guided the spaceship down to a smooth runway landing and an emotional homecoming welcome.

    Commenting from the flight line Richard Branson said: “Many of you will know how important the dream of space travel is to me personally. Ever since I watched the moon landings as a child I have looked up to the skies with wonder. We started Virgin nearly 50 years ago dreaming big and loving a challenge. Today, as I stood among a truly remarkable group of people with our eyes on the stars, we saw our biggest dream and our toughest challenge to date fulfilled. It was an indescribable feeling: joy, relief, exhilaration and anticipation for what is yet to come.

    “Today, for the first time in history, a crewed spaceship, built to carry private passengers, reached space. Today we completed our first revenue generating flight and our pilots earned their Commercial Astronaut Wings. Today, we have shown that Virgin Galactic really can open space to change the world for good. We will now push on with the remaining portion of our flight test program, which will see the rocket motor burn for longer and VSS Unity fly still faster and higher towards giving thousands of private astronauts an experience which provides a new, planetary perspective to our relationship with the Earth and the cosmos. This is a momentous day and I could not be more proud of our teams who together have opened a new chapter of space exploration.”

    George Whitesides, CEO of Virgin Galactic and The Spaceship Company, said: “What we witnessed today is more compelling evidence that commercial space is set to become one of the twenty-first century’s defining industries. Reusable vehicles built and operated by private companies are about to transform our business and personal lives in ways which are as yet hard to imagine. New enterprises are being created which will become hugely valuable, while enabling humanity to better manage some of its greatest future challenges. Today was a remarkable achievement brought about by the skill, dedication and support of our shareholders, staff, customers, partners and many other stakeholders. We extend our congratulations and thanks to each and every one of them.”

    For downloadable assets from today's flight test please visit our Press FTP https://www.image.net/virgingalactic

    Nothing new on the Virgin Galactic Youtube channel...here is their last upload:

    Elevating Unity - Episode 5: Third Rocket Powered Flight
    Virgin Galactic
    Published on Aug 7, 2018
    On July 26th, 2018 VSS Unity completed its third rocket-powered test flight, a key step forward the path to space. Julia Hunter, Virgin Galactic Vice President and longtime employee, gives us a behind-the-scenes look into her life as a program leader, astrophysics scholar and space mom working to realize a longtime dream of opening commercial spaceflight to citizens and science. Join Julia as she narrates a key test flight that surpassed 170,800 feet, reaching Mach 2.47. VSS Unity was piloted by Dave Mackay and Mike “Sooch” Masucci, with pilots Kelly Latimer and Todd Ericson in carrier aircraft VMS Eve. Read more at: https://www.virgingalactic.com/articles/Into-the-Mesosphere-at-Mach-2/
     
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    NASA's Next Space Station LOP-G | was the Deep Space Gateway
    Curious Droid
    Published on Apr 1, 2018
    NASA's next space station to replace the ISS, the DSG or Deep Space Gateway has been renamed the Lunar Orbital Platform - Gateway or LOP-G.
    Originally planned as the as the Asteroid Redirect Mission or ARM to land on an asteroid and retrieve a boulder. The Power & Propulsion Element which was the core of ARM will now be used to power the new LOP-G. This will be a joint venture between NASA, ESA, Roscosmos, JAXA and CSA. Its due to be launched on the SLS Block B rocket around 2024.


    Lockheed Martin Lunar Gateway Animation#IAC2018
    MDx media
    Published on Oct 3, 2018
    [video: Lockheed Martin Space] Full animation of Lockheed Martin's concept to support NASA's Gateway at the Moon.


    Lunar Orbital Platform Gateway
    mic of orion
    Published on Apr 30, 2018
    Lunar Orbital Platform-Gateway
    The Lunar Orbital Platform-Gateway (LOP-G) is a NASA led crew-tended cislunar space station that will be built in 2020s, the International Space Station partners: ESA, JAXA and CSA are also looking to join the project.

    The LOP-G is new name for now defunct Deep Space getaway, however the LOP-G isn’t replacement for ISS, which is planned to retire in 2028/9. However replacement for ISS is yet to be announced, and funding put in place, the likelihood of ISS serving in to mid-2030s is something under consideration and ESA is keen on keeping ISS running way in to 2030s.

    In essence, NASA wants to build a space station that will act as gateway to Mars and the Moon. It’ll be constantly crewed by at least 4 astronauts. Ideally the station will be built by 2027, with 4 main modules.

    • The Power and Propulsion Element (PPE) will be used to generate electricity for the space station and ion propulsion. It is targeting launch date is 2022 with SLS.
    • The Cislunar Habitation Module can be used for a maximum 21 days habitation, It will be sent during Exploration Mission 3 and will have a docking port for the Orion.

    • The Gateway Logistics Module will be used for experiments and logistics on board the space station. The equipment includes a robotic arm, which will be built by the Canadian Space Agency. It will be sent during Exploration Mission 4.

    • The Gateway Airlock Module will be used for performing extravehicular activities outside the space station and will be the berth for the Deep Space Transport. It will be sent on the Exploration Mission 5.

    LOP-G Station will grow as more modules are added, just like with the ISS, as international partners join in, in particular the ESA, JAXA and CSA the station will expand. Once Deep Space Transport, an interplanetary space transport spacecraft starts to dock with the station every time there’s manned interplanetary mission additional modules might be added.

    LOP-G launch schedule, would see first module launched in 2022, the propulsion and power element should be launched on-board of SLS Block 1 Rocket. The power and propulsion element will provide high-rate and reliable communications for the gateway including space-to-Earth and space-to-lunar uplinks and downlinks, spacecraft-to-spacecraft crosslinks, and support for spacewalk communications. Finally, it also can accommodate an optical communications demonstration – using lasers to transfer large data packages at faster rates than traditional radio frequency systems.

    In 2023 or early 2024, Habitat and Logistics’ modules will be launched and air-lock will be delivered by manned Orion mission in 2026, this is when the station will also get permanent crew.. With this capability, crew aboard the gateway could live and work in deep space for up to 30 to 60 days at a time. Adding an airlock to the gateway will enable crew to conduct spacewalks, enable science activities and accommodate docking of future elements. NASA is also planning to launch at least one logistics module to the gateway, which will enable cargo resupply deliveries, additional scientific research and technology demonstrations and commercial use.

    Cargo and logistics’ module will be added in 2028 and this will enable refuelling for Deep Space Transport to dock with LOP-G.
    During the exploratory mission 9, or EM-9 Deep Space Transport will perform one year manned cis-lunar space exploratory mission, the run-down cruise will test all the systems and procedures for future manned mission to Mars scheduled for 2033. Just to add, the crew will also participate in a variety of deep space exploration and commercial activities in the vicinity of the Moon, including possible missions to the lunar surface.

    Officially NASA hasn’t mentioned Lunar base or an outpost as the funding for such project isn’t in the budget proposals, however the close links with ESA could see NASA joining ESA on Moon Village which is scheduled for 2027/8 timeframe. In my next video I’ll be looking at Deep Space Transport and what it means for manned missions beyond Earth.


    Lunar Orbital Platform-Gateway
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lunar_Orbital_Platform-Gateway

    Dr. Robert Zubrin - Why a lunar base is better than LOP-G - 21st Annual Mars Society Convention
    The Mars Society
    Published on Nov 24, 2018
    Dr. Robert Zubrin (giving a presentation written by Craig Davidson)
    Why a lunar base is better than the proposed Lunar Orbital Platform-Gateway (LOP-G) to advance human space exploration.
    From the 21st Annual International Mars Society Convention, held at the Pasadena Convention Center in Southern California from Aug 23-26, 2018. The four-day International Mars Society Convention brings together leading scientists, engineers, aerospace industry representatives, government policymakers and journalists to talk about the latest scientific discoveries, technological advances and political-economic developments that could help pave the way for a human mission to the planet Mars.
     
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    Humans in Space Moon to Mars Mission
    AV tutorials & space science
    Premiered Jan 25, 2019
    NASA Outlines New Lunar Science, Human Exploration Missions
    Credits: NASA
    Each focus area has a set of objectives:

    Low-Earth orbit objectives:

    End direct support to ISS by 2025 while stimulating commercial industry to develop capabilities NASA and private sector can utilize and meet NASA’s exploration risk mitigation and science requirements.

    Starting in 2018, increase the breadth and depth of commercial and international LEO activities. Specifically:

    Offer to expand the International Space Station partnerships to new nations, including new international astronaut visits.
    Based on inputs from current ISS partners, commercial, stakeholders to shape the plan for the transition of LEO activities from direct government funding to a commercial basis on independent commercial platforms or a non-NASA operating model for some form of the ISS by 2025.
    Expand public-private partnerships to develop and demonstrate technologies and capabilities to enable new commercial space products and services.

    Lunar orbit and surface objective:

    Establish a long-term presence in the vicinity of and on the Moon, realizing science and human exploration advancement, while also enabling other National and commercial goals.

    Lunar orbit objectives:

    Conduct the uncrewed SLS/Orion first flight in 2020 to the lunar vicinity.
    Conduct a crewed flight sending Americans around the Moon in 2023.
    Establish a human tended lunar orbiting platform for crews to visit from earth, to transit to and from the lunar surface, and to depart to and return from Mars.

    Develop the Lunar Orbital Platform-Gateway that, at a minimum:

    Emplaces a power-propulsion (communications) element (PPE) around the Moon by 2022. The development of this first strategic element will incorporate innovative procurement and partnering strategies, capitalize on US commercial communication satellite capabilities, demonstrate high power solar electric propulsion technology, and provide the critical functionality for the rest of the cislunar orbital platform.
    Performs science and technology activities, for example, lunar sample return and the operation of lunar robotic and in-space systems.

    Lunar surface objectives:

    Orchestrate a lunar robotics campaign with a focus on growing a commercial base of partnerships and activity that can support U.S. science, technology, and exploration objectives. Include international participation, where appropriate.

    Support a small commercial lander initiative with an initial strategic presence on the Moon no later than 2020.

    Develop (a mid-to-large scale lander initiative working toward human-rated lander. This initiative will focus on enabling commercial and international partnerships.

    Support an early science and technology initiative that includes Lunar CubeSats, a Virtual Lunar Institute and other activities.

    Further enable and nurture entrepreneurial and commercial market forces that will define long-term human exploration and exploitation of the lunar surface.

    Aggressively characterize lunar resources so that their potential future exploitation can be addressed.

    Mars and other deep space objectives:

    Maintain and grow U.S. leadership at Mars with a rover in 2020, as a first step of a sample-return strategy, searching for past life and demonstrating oxygen production. Use this mission as a building block for a subsequent round-trip robotic mission with the historic first launch off another planet and sample return through the lunar gateway and the broader exploration architecture.

    Prioritize and guide investments and partnerships in long-pole technology areas and resource characterization needed for the exploration of Mars and other deep space destinations.

    Develop standards for human long-duration deep space transportation vehicles.

    Cross-cutting objectives:

    Establish NASA roles as architect, systems integrator, and expedition lead.
    Define an open architecture that meets National objectives, enables its partners, and where appropriate, interfaces with other partner and entities’ goals and objectives.

    Relatedly, develop system interface standards and requirements designed, where appropriate, for commercial and international collaboration
    Seek and develop substantial new international, commercial, and inter-agency partnerships, leveraging current International Space Station (ISS) partnerships and building new cooperative ventures for exploration.
    Expand international, commercial, and inter-Agency partnerships on the ISS to provide a proving ground and incubator for new partners while helping to offset the costs of operations.

    Expand International, commercial, and inter-Agency opportunities for research and technology development to offset the costs of operations.
    Continue US Government research and technology development necessary for the broader Lunar Exploration Campaign.
     
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    Why SpaceX ditched lightweight Carbon Composites for Stainless Steel to make a sweaty Starship
    Everyday Astronaut
    Published on Jan 30, 2019
    SpaceX’s upcoming rocket called Starship Super Heavy formerly known as BFR, will no longer be made out of lightweight Carbon Composites, it’ll sweat a lot, and just MIGHT need a TON of WD-40.
    So we’ll take a look at all of Elon’s most recent claims about stainless steel actually being the best option and see if we come to the same conclusion. We’ll also take a look at some other rockets that are made of stainless steel and explain how SpaceX's use of this material is a little different as they’ll be using new manufacturing techniques and doing things that have never been attempted before.
     
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    NASA's New Plans To Land Humans On The Moon In 10 Years
    Scott Manley
    Published on Feb 16, 2019
    NASA has flipped and flopped between the Moon and Mars for the last few decades, and now they're back looking at the Moon as the logical target to move beyond Low Earth Orbit. This week they called on industry partners to design new spacecraft to put humans on the surface of the moon with a goal being to do this by 2028.


    Discussing Lunar Exploration Plans on This Week @nasa – February 15, 2019
    NASA
    Published on Feb 15, 2019
    Working with industry to develop new lunar landers, testing resumes with our Space Launch System rocket engine, and after a job well done – the end of the line for one of our Mars rovers … a few of the stories to tell you about – This Week at NASA! This video is available for download from NASA's Image and Video Library: https://images.nasa.gov/details-NHQ_2...


    NASA Administrator Hosts Industry Forum on Lunar Exploration Plans
    NASA Video
    Published on Feb 14, 2019
    Administrator Jim Bridenstine kicked off an industry forum with remarks, followed by William Gerstenmaier, associate administrator for the Human Exploration and Operations Mission Directorate, who provided an overview of the agency’s lunar human architecture solicitation requests. This video is available for download from NASA's Image and Video Library: https://images.nasa.gov/details-NHQ_2...
     
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    Nusantara Satu Mission
    SpaceX
    Streamed live 7 hours ago - Starts @ 05:56
    Lunar Lander mention starts @ 13:42

    SpaceX is targeting Thursday, February 21 for launch of the Nusantara Satu satellite from Space Launch Complex 40 (SLC-40) at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida. The 32-minute launch window opens at 8:45 p.m. EST, or 1:45 UTC on February 22. Falcon 9 will also deliver the Beresheet lunar spacecraft and Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) S5 spacecraft to orbit. Deployments will occur at approximately 33 and 44 minutes after liftoff. A 32-minute backup launch window opens on Friday, February 22 at 8:41 p.m. EST, or 1:41 UTC on February 23. Falcon 9’s first stage for the Nusantara Satu mission previously supported the Iridium-7 mission in July 2018 and the SAOCOM 1A mission in October 2018. Following stage separation, SpaceX will attempt to land Falcon 9’s first stage on the “Of Course I Still Love You” droneship, which will be stationed in the Atlantic Ocean.


    Landing the First Israeli Spacecraft on the Moon
    i24NEWS
    Published on Oct 14, 2018
    TRENDING | ISA and NASA have signed a lunar cooperation agreement for Israel's upcoming mission to the moon. Director of Israel Space Agency Avi Blasberger talks to Emily Frances.
     
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    Virgin Galactic In Space For The Second Time
    Virgin Galactic
    Published on Feb 22, 2019
    On 22nd February 2019, Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo flew into space at three times the speed of sound with three crew members on board.
     
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    1st of a constellation of 600+ LEO Satellites to provide Internet Access

    Arianespace Flight VS21 – Launch Presentation
    arianespace
    Published on Feb 23, 2019
    For its second mission of the year — and the initial flight in 2019 with the Soyuz medium launcher — Arianespace will perform the first launch for the OneWeb constellation.
    By operating this maiden flight, out of 21 launches on behalf of the global satellite operator, Arianespace participates in the fulfilment of its customer’s ultimate ambition: providing Internet access for everyone, everywhere.

    This mission will bring the number of constellation satellites orbited by Arianespace to 109, which shows a remarkable ability to deploy any type of constellation with its current and future family of launchers.

    Flight VS21 will be performed from the Soyuz Launch Complex (ELS) in Sinnamary, French Guiana.

    The launch vehicle, along with the satellites, was transferred to the launch zone on February 23, enabling the flight to take place on Wednesday, February 27, 2019.

    Liftoff is scheduled at exactly:

    • 4:37 p.m., in Washington, D.C.
    • 6:37 p.m., in Kourou, French Guiana
    • 21h37 Universal Time (UTC)
    • 10:37 p.m., in Paris
    • 0:37 a.m., in Moscow on February 28, 2019
    • 6:37 a.m., in Tokyo on February 28, 2019.

    Follow the launch live at http://www.arianespace.com and on http://www.youtube.com/arianespace


    Arianespace Flight VS21 – Launch Campaign
    arianespace
    English + French with English Subtitles
    Published on Feb 25, 2019
    For its second mission of the year — and the initial flight in 2019 with the Soyuz medium launcher — Arianespace will perform the first launch for the OneWeb constellation.
    By operating this maiden flight, out of 21 launches on behalf of the global satellite operator, Arianespace participates in the fulfilment of its customer’s ultimate ambition: providing Internet access for everyone, everywhere.

    This mission will bring the number of constellation satellites orbited by Arianespace to 109, which shows a remarkable ability to deploy any type of constellation with its current and future family of launchers.

    Flight VS21 will be performed from the Soyuz Launch Complex (ELS) in Sinnamary, French Guiana.

    The launch vehicle, along with the satellites, was transferred to the launch zone on February 23, enabling the flight to take place on Wednesday, February 27, 2019.

    Liftoff is scheduled at exactly:

    • 4:37 p.m., in Washington, D.C.
    • 6:37 p.m., in Kourou, French Guiana
    • 21h37 Universal Time (UTC)
    • 10:37 p.m., in Paris
    • 0:37 a.m., in Moscow on February 28, 2019
    • 6:37 a.m., in Tokyo on February 28, 2019.

    Follow the launch live at http://www.arianespace.com and on http://www.youtube.com/arianespace


    Arianespace flight VS21 - Mission Presentation
    arianespace
    Published on Feb 26, 2019
    For its second mission of the year — and the initial flight in 2019 with the Soyuz medium launcher — Arianespace will perform the first launch for the OneWeb constellation.
    By operating this maiden flight, out of 21 launches on behalf of the global satellite operator, Arianespace participates in the fulfilment of its customer’s ultimate ambition: providing Internet access for everyone, everywhere.

    This mission will bring the number of constellation satellites orbited by Arianespace to 109, which shows a remarkable ability to deploy any type of constellation with its current and future family of launchers.

    Flight VS21 will be performed from the Soyuz Launch Complex (ELS) in Sinnamary, French Guiana.

    The launch vehicle, along with the satellites, was transferred to the launch zone on February 23, enabling the flight to take place on Wednesday, February 27, 2019.

    Liftoff is scheduled at exactly:

    • 4:37 p.m., in Washington, D.C.
    • 6:37 p.m., in Kourou, French Guiana
    • 21h37 Universal Time (UTC)
    • 10:37 p.m., in Paris
    • 0:37 a.m., in Moscow on February 28, 2019
    • 6:37 a.m., in Tokyo on February 28, 2019.

    Follow the launch live at http://www.arianespace.com and on http://www.youtube.com/arianespace
     
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