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  • on 18 or 20 May 1994 and will have a VBK on board Expected docking time of Pr M21 to MIR On 30 01 94 at abt 0354UTC Pr M21 will dock to MIR s aft Kvant 1 docking port The approach and docking will be automatically with the system Kurs Afanasyev will be standby with the TORU tele orientation and command regime which might enable him to take over manually in case of a Kurs system failure Chris v d Berg NL 9165 A UK3202 Progress M21 docked to the MIR spacestation On 30 01 94 at 0356UTC 03hrs56mins14secs the freighter Pr M21 docked to the aft Kvant docking port of the MIR complex Afanasyev did not have to use the TORU for the Pr M21 ap proached and docked automatically with the system Kurs During the pass in orb 45452 0520UTC checks of the airseal proved that all was in good order and Afanasyev opened the hatch to the freighter at 0524UTC During the next passes the crew reported their satisfaction about the state of the Pr M21 all was clean and fresh and the people on earth had taken good care for the cargo Chris v d Berg NL 9165 A UK3202 For a period of almost a fortnight MIR passed over here during the nighthours and this meant radiosilence on 143 625 mc Now we again can monitor traffic during the eveninghours 145 550 mc remained active all the time mainly with Pack etradio During the first passes this week the MIR crew spoke with their colleagues Manarov U2MIR Volkov U4MIR and Artsebarskiy U7MIR in Russia and Tognini in France These contacts were in the Russian language and and they used their operational callsign Derbenty The 145 550 mc was also in use on board of the spaceshuttle Discovery STS 60 during the flight of the Russian astro naut Krikolyov who got permission for the temporary use of his own callsign U5MIR The contacts between Discovery and MIR took place out of our range On 8 02 94 they communicated via TDRS es and the first direct contact on VHF took place on 10 02 94 During the night and early morning of 10 02 94 both objects regularly passed within our range during overlaps of their footprints Schedule for operations with Progress M freighters Progress M22 Launch on 16 03 94 docking with MIR on 18 03 94 This freighter does not carry a VBK ballistic return capsule Progress M21 Separation from MIR on 17 03 94 if Pr M22 is in the right orbit and functioning normally Pr M21 has no VBK on board Progress M23 Launch on 18 03 94 docking to MIR at 20 04 94 This freighter carries a VBK Progress M22 Separation from MIR on 19 05 94 if all is going well with Progress M23 A schedule for the freighters after Progress 23 has been published but data might be subject to changes The transport ship Soyuz TM19 had to be launched on 24 06 94 but this launch has been put forward to 20 06 94 docking to MIR on 22 06 94 The first crew consisted of Malenchenko Musaba yev and Strekalov Strekalov had to return with the relieved Afanasyev and Usachov after 12 days Possibly Strekalov will fly with Soyuz TM21 together with Dezhurov and an American kosmonaut on 01 03 95 American cosmonauts 2 American astronauts had to arrive in Starcity near Moscow on one of these days to begin with their training for a flight as cosmonaut Due to technical reasons their departure has been postponed for 1 or 2 weeks Chris v d Berg NL 9165 A UK3202 MIRNEWS 209 15 MARCH 1994 Launch Progress M22 postponed This freighter was on schedule to be launched on 16 or 18 03 Due to very bad weatherconditions blizzards the launch has been put back for a while Possibly the exact date of launch will be published on 17 03 94 Fire on Baykonur On 7 03 94 a heavy fire broke out in a MIK Assembly and testcomplex and spread to a Maintenance Unit Headquarters There the fire damaged a Telemetry installation The fire caused a damage of appr 1 7 a 1 8 million dollars The Russians declared that space programs will not suffer from this event Progress M17 This freighter has been flying autonomously from 11 08 93 for a duration test of its systems The Russians planned to leave the Pr M17 in orbit for a year and a half on request by the Americans who want to use modified versions of the Soyuz TM ships for ACRV assured crew return vehicle for the spacestation Alpha A testflight with a Pr M was useful for a lot of systems of this freighter are the same as those of the S TM During an orbitmanoeuvre in December 1993 some thing went wrong and the Pr M17 came in a very low perigee from where it decayed naturally by burning up in the Earth s atmosphere on 3 03 94 at 0406UTC Trackingships The trackingship Kosmonavt Pavel Belyayev is floating somewhere in the Atlantic for the support of space flight operations which have nothing to do with the MIR sta tion Nevertheless the ship now and then assists TsUP for communications with the MIR station This took place on 13 03 94 at 2004UTC and on 14 03 94 at 2045UTC so out of our range We can expect that within due time we can hear MIR radiotraffic relayed by the KPB or one of the other ships Chris v d Berg NL 9165 A UK3202 PROGRESS M22 This freighter will be launched from Baykonur on 22 03 94 at 0454UTC for a flight to the MIR spacestation This launch originally planned for 16 or 18 03 94 has been postponed due to problems on Baykonur Russians sources stated that meteorological conditions blizzards had forced them to put back the launch On 7 03 94 a heavy fire broke out in the MIK assembly and testcomplex for Progress M s and Soyuz TM s The fire also effected a commandcentre It was almost impossible to extinguish this fire due to the lack of water caused by one of those inclement blizzards Chris v d Berg NL 9165 A UK3202 Progress M22 launched for flight to MIR spacestation The freighter Pr M22 has been launched from Baykonur on 22 03 94 at 0454UTC If all goes well the Pr M22 will dock to MIR s aft Kvant 1 docking port on 24 03 94 at abt 0638UTC During some of the passes within our range the transmitters of Pr M22 could be heard During the pass from 0929 0931UTC only in the 166 and 165 mc bands from 1059 1105UTC also the beacon on 922 755 mc transmitted So the transmitters did not as usual transmit during all passes TsUP stated that all sys tems worked without problems TsUP emphasized that the delay of the launch originally on schedule for 16 or 18 03 94 was caused by the blizzards and that the fire in MIK and a com mandcentre on 7 03 94 had nothing to do with the delay The blizzards burried the cosmodrome under snowdunes up to 6 meters high Trackingships Now and then TsUP and MIR meet problems with the communications via the geostationary satellite Altair Probably this is caused by malfunctions of the meanwhile worn out transceiver Antares on board MIR The trackingship Kosmonavt Pavel Belyayev KPB somewhere in the Atlantic regularly is involved in MIR communications On 23 03 94 from 1705 1714UTC MIR and TsUP have a communica tion sched via KPB Chris v d Berg NL 9165 A UK3202 Progress M21 separated from the MIR spacestation As of 30 01 94 this freighter occupied the aft Kvant 1 docking port of the complex To enable the new freighter Pr M22 to dock to that port Pr M21 had to disappear On 23 03 94 at 0118UTC Pr M21 undocked and flew its last flight as an independent satellite until 0432UTC At 0432UTC Pr M21 s engine gave an impulse to bring her back in the atmosphere Consequently she burnt up and decayed over the Pacific a few minutes later Pr M21 had no ballistic return capsule on board Progress M22 docked to the MIR spacestation Pr M22 docked to the aft Kvant 1 docking port of the complex on 24 03 94 at 0639UTC The docking took place just after LOS of MIR and Pr M22 for my position During the pass before the docking MIR s radiotraffic on 143 625mc and Pr M22 s beacon on 922 755mc could be heard Afanasyev reported data about the approach the final approach distance 59 M approach speed 0 3M sec etc Already during the next pass orb 46281 0803UTC the hatch to Pr M22 had been opened Inside Pr M22 all was clean and the crew as always enjoyed the nice smell of apples Pr M22 delivered to the complex food water fuel post spare parts and equipment for the maintenance of MIR s systems and additional equipment to be used by Dr Polyakov for his medical experiments If the Russians stick to the original schedule Pr M22 will have to leave the aft docking port on 19 05 94 to enable her successor Progress M23 to dock on 20 05 94 Pr M22 does not have a VBK on board Pr M23 will carry a VBK Baykonur As of 22 03 94 Russian and Kazakhstan politicians and experts are gathered in Moscow for negociations on a draft agreement about the right of Russia to use the cosmo drome Baykonur Thusfar it was impossible to reach consonance about the amount of money for the rent and the compensation for ecological damages caused by soviet space activities over some decenniums Russians are considering the possibility to reconstruct the base for ICBM s near Svobodnyy East Siberiya 51degr24min N 128degr07min E into a cosmodrome to replace Baykonur Yuriy Semyonov Head of NPO Energiya is against this idea in his opinion Russia will loose its place as a leading space power if Russia abandons Baykonur Chris v d Berg NL 9165 A UK3202 MIR operations After the docking of Progress M22 to the MIR station the passes gradually shifted to the nighthours Meanwhile MIR passes take place again during the dayhours which means that regularly radiotraffic can be heard In this stage of the MIR mission there is not too much to report just routine matters and the well known experiments measurements of the flows of elementary charged particles by the Mariya spectrometer and x ray and gamma radiation by spectrometers in the Kvant 1 modu le The crew shot a lot of video and photo images of the earth on request by geologists en ecologists Polyakov con tinues his medical experiments On 9 05 94 the crew made films of heavy fires along the frontier of Siberia and Mongolia During passes in which MIR is in contact with TsUP often only Afanasyev is heard Sometimes but not as much as Afanasyev Polyakov and Usachov communicate with TsUP Daily routine for the crew still remains the functioning of the waterregenera tion systems about the SRV U distillation of water from urine they daily have discussions with TsUP Baykonur After long and difficult negociations Russia and Kazakhstan reached an agreement about the use by Russia of Baykonur and Leninsk Russia has to pay a rent of 115 milj US dollars a year for a period of 20 years and the option for a prolongation by another 10 years Russia can act in Baykonur and Leninsk as if it was Russian territory Let us hope that the agreement puts an end to the uncertainties for Russian and future users of the cosmodrome and to the vexations and con fiscations of vital materials by the Kazakhstan authorities Soyuz TM19 This transportship will be launched from Baykonur on 24 06 94 with the crew for the 16th Main Expedition to MIR The first crew consists of Musabayev and Malenchenko both rookies Musabayev is from Kazakhstan but the Russians stres sed that he will fly just because he is a good cosmonaut and not to please Kazakhstan On 4 04 94 the Statecommission decided to exclude Strekalov from that flight He was on sche dule for the Russians use to add an experienced cosmonaut to a crew with only rookies So for the first time in many years a Soyuz ship will fly with only rookies on board The reason for the exclusion of Strekalov is economical his seat will be used for an extra amount of cargo 85 KG Strekalov is still in the race for he will fly during the 1995 program He will then be ferried to MIR by the spaceshuttle Atlantis To get the training as an astronaut he will arrive in the USA one of these days Chris v d Berg NL 9165 A UK3202 MIR operations On 16 05 94 the engines of the Progress M22 still docked to the MIR spacestation corrected the orbit of the complex The orbit on appr 400 KM is almost fully cir cular now Keplerelements earlier than 16 05 94 cannot be used any longer Herewith the 2 line elements for day 137 137 63180416 0 00005592 51 6463 339 1528 0001314 282 2347 77 8458 15 56018306 47128 Progress M23 The launch of this freighter has been put back until 22 05 94 at abt 0425UTC If all will go according to plan we can for the first time monitor the trans missions of Pr M23 that day at abt 0725UTC on the frequ s 922 755 166 140 166 130 and 165 873 mc Pr M23 will have a VBK ballistic return capsule on board The docking of Pr M23 to the MIR complex is scheduled for 24 05 94 at abt 0617UTC so 4 minutes after LOS Loss of signal for our position Chris v d Berg NL 9165 A UK3202 Progress M23 This freighter has been launched from Baykonur on 22 05 94 at 0430UTC During the first pass for our position the transmitters of Pr M23 dit not work pos sibly due to the fact that Yevpatoria still does not par ticipate in the tracking activities of TsUP During orbit 4 the transmissions on 166 165 and 922mc could be monitored over here Pr M23 carries more than 2000 KG cargo for the MIR complex i e fuel food water post equipment and experi ments In contradiction to her predecessor this Pr M also carries a VBK ballistic return capsule Progress M22 This freighter had to free the aft Kvant 1 docking port for the Pr M23 After TsUP was sure about the good functioning of all systems of Pr M23 Pr M22 could be separated from MIR for decay in the atmosphere The undocking took place on 23 05 94 at 0057UTC and after some hours Pr M22 burnt up over the Pacific Progess M23 docked to the MIR station on 24 05 94 at 0619UTC During the first pass in which the approach of Pr M23 to MIR was in its final stage there was no radiotraffic on VHF possibly again due to the absence of the Yevpatoriya facilities For communications TsUP used the Ku bands of the Altair satellite During the 2d pass orb 47232 0745 0751 UTC Polyakov reported from MIR s central post that Afanasyev and Usachov already were near the opened hatch to the Pr M23 They had followed the safety recommandations of TsUP for instance the use of protection glasses The Pr M23 was clean and already had given the whole complex a higher pressure to 717mm The crew enjoyed the fresh air with the smell of fruits Afanasyev reported that all was well Launchdate Soyuz TM19 possibly put back There are circulating messages about a possible change of the launchdate of S TM19 thusfar on schedule for 24 06 94 These messages are not equal there might be a delay until 20 07 94 but the Russians did not confirm this They admitted that there are discussions about a possible delay but if so the launch will take place not mare than 2 weeks later The discussions are still going on Yevpatoriya For a short period in the beginning of 1994 this station could be used by the Russians for TsUP MIR communications During the flight of the Soyuz TM18 the station could be used due to a provisional agreement between the RKA and her Ukrainian counterpart Regretfully this pro bably only worked for a short period Tough negociations between Russia and the Ukraine were going on about this matter and the present problems on the Crimea certainly will not make the negociations easier Chris v d Berg NL 9165 A UK3202 Soyuz TM19 The launch of this ship had been put back several times due to problems with the production of the fairing for the protection of S TM19 during the first fase of the launch Now this launch from Baykonur is on schedule for 1 07 94 at abt 1224UTC If all goes well S TM19 will dock to the MIR complex aft Kvant 2 docking port 2 days later This ship will ferry the reliefcrew Malenchenko and Musaba yev to MIR On 9 07 94 the present crew Afanasyev and Usa chov will return to earth with the Soyuz TM18 Dr Polyakov will remain on board to reach a place in the Guiness Book of Records after a stay of 429 days in space Kazakhstan insists upon the fact that Musabayev will make his spaceflight as a representative of Kazakhstan for he is a native of that country The Russians agreed with that but told Kazakhstan that this means that Musabayev will fly as a foreign guestcosmonaut and that Kazakhstan has to pay for that just like western countries have to pay for their cosmonauts Kazakhstan cannot afford this Progress M23 Before Soyuz TM19 can dock to the aft docking port the freighter Pr M23 has to undock from there If all goes well on board S TM19 after launch Pr M23 will separate from MIR on 2 07 94 The retuncapsule VBK of Pr M23 has to make a soft landing somewhere in Kazakhstan Chris v d Berg NL 9165 A UK3202 Soyuz TM19 launched for flight to MIR spacestation S TM19 started from Baykonur on 1 07 94 at 1224UTC S TM19 has a crew of two Yuriy Malenchenko and Tolgat Musaba yev For a long time the status of this flight was unknown Musabayev s native country is Kazakhstan but he was supposed to fly as an officer of the Russian airforce Now the flight has been announced as a Russian Kazakh expedition Russia paid for the preparations and Kazakhstan will pay a contribu tion for Musabayev s activities on board MIR All went well during the launch and the first day of the flight The cosmonauts use the callsign Agat 1 and Agat 2 The crew has no problems with micro gravity and space sickness During the 3d orbit at 1527UTC the ship came in our range Malenchenko reported that all was going according to plan and the results were positive The pressure of the atmosphere on board was 803 mm Already during the next pass orb 4 1656UTC Malenchenko reported the first 2 orbitcorrections ac complished as needed and without any problems During the following pass orb 5 1837UTC Malenchenko an nounced that the 3d orbitcorrection would take place at 18 hrs 47mins and 45 secs UTC As usual during such flights radiocontact with TsUP on 121 750 mc and telemetry and beacons on 166 165 and 922 755 mc Progress M23 As soon as TsUP was sure that all went well with S TM19 the undocking of Pr M23 was possible and took place on 2 07 94 at 0841UTC The landing of the VBK ballistic return capsule had to take place on 2 07 94 at 1500UTC at 150 KM North East of the town Orsk within Russian territory so no need to pay import duties Estimated docking day and time of S TM19 with MIR 3 07 94 at 1404UTC so just after LOS for us after the first pass of MIR and S TM19 for our position Chris v d Berg NL 9165 A UK3202 Soyuz TM19 docked to MIR spacestation S TM19 docked to the aft dockingport Kvant 1 on 3 07 94 at 1355UTC so 9 minutes earlier than planned Approach and docking took place in the automatic mode by the system Kurs So during the pass in orb 47859 1355 1402UTC the docking just took place By monitoring Altair OM Peter could determine the right dockingtime meanwhile confirmed by TsUP During the 2d pass orb 47860 1527UTC the crew for the 16th Main expedition already had joined their predecessors inside MIR itself During radiocontact with the trackingship Kos monavt Pavel Belyayev in the 3de pass orb 47861 1704UTC Talgat Musabayev told that he was very pleased to be on board and that he did not suffer from adaptation problems at all He also stated that he does not have any problems with the status of this flight Russian Russian Kazakh CIS or international He considers himself to be a representative of all human beings on earth He also emphasized that nothing can hamper the good friendship between the Russian an Kazakh people let us hope this also applies to the politicians 16th Mainexpedition to MIR This mission consists of the new crew together with Doctor Polyakov Malenchenko and Musabayev will return to earth on 2 11 94 Together with the new enthousiastic cosmonauts S TM19 delivered to MIR hard and software for experiments during the Euromir 94 mission of Merbold in october this year In september 1994 Mal and Mus have to make 4 EVA space walks aimed at the transfer of the solarpanels from Kristall to Kvant 1 maintenance and inspections of the outersurface of the complex and the replacement of containers among other things the American Trek experiment with experiments exposed to open space Soyuz TM18 The relieved crew Afanasyev and Usachov will return to earth by this ship on 9 07 94 Progress M23 This freighter undocked from MIR on 2 07 94 at 0841UTC and decayed in the earth s atmosphere the same day Just before decay it jettisoned the VBK ballistic return capsule which made a safe landing within Russian territory 150 KM N E of the town Orsk at 1508UTC Chris v d Berg NL 9165 A UK3202 MIRNEWS 219 9 JULY 1994 Soyuz TM18 safely landed in Kazakhstan The relieved cosmonauts Afanasyev and Usachov landed with the Descent Module of the S TM18 at 100 KM NE of Arkalyk on 9 07 94 at 1033UTC Radiotraffic of S TM18 during the descent also the ANAN aiming beacon could be monitored via Altair until 1020UTC Immediately after the landing the cosmonauts boarded an aircraft for a nonstop flight to Star City near Moscow MIR 2 days ago the command of the MIR complex was handed over by Afanasyev to Malenchenko From this moment on the callsign of Polyakov changed from Derbent 3 to Agat 3 Soyuz TM19 This ship is still docked to the aft Kvant 1 docking port of the MIR complex Contrary to the normal prac tice this ship will remain there so no redocking from the aft to the forward docking port has been planned One of the reasons may be the future operations with modules like Module T Kristall Spektr and Priroda Progress M24 Thusfar the launch of this freighter is still on schedule for 13 07 94 Trackingships On 8 07 94 the trackingship Kosmonavt Pavel Belyayev moored in the port of Antwerp A few hours later I visited the ship for a long interview with the Chief of the Expedition of KPB I was able to follow the movements of the ship and to determine her destination by monitoring radiotraf fic between the ship and the MIR station The chief answered a lot of questions regarding the fate and future of the famous fleet of trackingships The KPB is now on her way to Sankt Peterburg A ship to take over her task in the Atlantic did not show up but remained in Sankt Peterburg due to budget problems Chris v d Berg NL 9165 A UK3202 Progress M24 The launch of this freighter has been put back Originally 2 Progress M s had to be launched in the period july august 1994 The Russians had to give up one of the Pr M s for economical reasons Now the Progress M24 is on schedule to be launched on 24 08 94 Pr M24 will deliver the normal cargo to the MIR complex plus the equipment to be used by an European cosmonaut Ulf Merbold or Pedro Duque during the EuroMir94 mission in october 1994 Soyuz TM19 This ship is still docked to the aft Kvant 1 port of the MIR station Contrary to the normal practice S TM19 will not be redocked to the forward PKhO docking port of the complex EuroMir94 The Soyuz TM20 with on board the reliefcrew Vikto renko and Kondakova or the stand in crew Gidzhenko and Avdey ev with an ESA cosmonaut Ulf Merbold or Pedro Duque is on schedule for launch on 3 10 94 The European cosmonaut will remain on board MIR for a period of 30 days The training of the crews takes place in Starcity near Moscow as well as in the European Astronaut Centre of ESA in Cologne In Moscow they have to study the Russian language and to get familiar with the Soyuz TM and the MIR spacestation and its modules and in Cologne the training is aimed at the European experi ments which for the greater part will cover life sciences i e monitoring the human body in microgravity conditions Chris v d Berg NL 9165 A UK3202 MIRNEWS 221 25 JULY 1994 Russian spaceflight trackingships Until 1992 the fleet of trackingships consisted of ten ships These ships formed a part of the infrastructure of controlcen tres and measurement points for sovjet spaceflight operations In this case the word operations covers a wide variety for the assistance of the manned spaceflight program was only a small part of their duties The role of the ships as far as manned spaceflight was concerned sharply deteriorated after the beginning of the use of geostationary satellites for communications between the Salyut 7 and the MIR spacestations The TDRS system used by the Russians did not always work satisfactorely and so all experts involved in Russian spacef light expected that the ships would remain operational at least until 2000 Already in 1990 there circulated rumours about the a gradual withdrawal of that fleet but nobody dared to take the responsibility However the economical problems in the last year of the S U forced the Russians to withdraw most of the ships from service and as of january 1st 1992 the ships in the Atlantic apart from some modest exceptions ceased to assist during MIR operations Sometimes a ship was operational in the Atlantic to assist space operations for other objects and organisations and now and then had to be stand by during MIR operations launches of Progresses Soyuzes dockings returnoperations EVA s a s o but always on a secundary basis For the last half year the Kosmonavt Pavel Belyayev operated from a position west of Africa and even played an important role during the almost fatal flight of Soyuz TM17 on 14 01 94 After some bumps of the S TM17 into the MIR station the communications via the Altair Cosmos 2054 ceased and this caused great concern at TsUP KPB was the first to pick up radiotraffic from the S TM17 and thus shortened the awful uncertainty phase at TsUP by 10 minutes In the past the ships relayed traffic between MIR and TsUP via Molniya satellites during the first part of MIR s footprint for our position Nowadays the traffic between MIR and TsUP only begins at TCA for our position The fate of the fleet the sheeps belonged to the Sovjet now Russian Academy of Sciences The maritime part fell under the responsibility of the Baltic and Blacksea shipping The ships which have homeports in the Ukraine the Kosmonavt Yuriy Gagarin and the Akademik Sergey Korolyov now belong to that country and so their role in spaceflight fully ceased The ships made some trips for tourists but that was not succes sful Both ships have been used to evacuate Russian military personel and their families from Cuba to St Petersburg From there they returned to their Ukrainian ports The Ukraine does not know what to do with the ships and tried to sell them to the Russians The Russians were not interested they still have 4 ships for the Western Hemisphere and a 5th one is under construction Spaceflight needs over the Pacific are covered by 2 ships of the Russian Navy the Marshal Nedelin and the Marshal Krylov The Odessa based Kosmonavt Vladimir Komarov already before the indepence of the Ukraine was transferred to Leningrad to be refurbished for other purposes ecological expeditions in the Baltic and the North Atlantic Thusfar this plan did not work the attempts to use the ship for that purposes on a commercial base did not have success due to the lack of customers So in St Petersburg we have 4 ships the Kosmonavt Pavel Belyayev the Kosmonavt Vladislav Volkov the Kosmonavt Viktor Patsayev and the Kosmonavt Georgiy Dobrovols kiy They are waiting for an assignment Possibly one of them will be used in the Atlantic west of Africa in october and november 1994 to assist during the launch and docking of Soyuz TM20 resp 3 and 5 10 94 and the return flight of the Soyuz TM19 on 3 11 94 A new ship the Akademik Nikolay Pilyu gin has already been launched and has to be fitted Thusfar it is not known whether this new ship will influence the fate of 1 or more ships of the 4 in St Peterburg After the last expedition the Belyayev several times had contact with the crew of the MIR complex From this traffic I could derive the indication that the ship planned to visit Antwerp in Belgium This enabled me to go on board and I had a long and intere sting conversation with the chief of the expedition Nikolay Burov and the captain Sivtsov In spite of the enormous econo mical difficulties of their country their hospitability to wards me was 100 This MIR report is derived from the reports in Dutch 221 and 222 So the next MIR report in English will be MIRNEWS 223 Chris v d Berg NL 9165 A UK3202MIRNEWS 222 30 JULY 1994 Info for Radio amateurs trying to make QSO s with MIR On 30 July 1994 during pass in orbit nr 48273 Musabayev asked TsUp to inform Sergey Samburov that the power unit of the transceiver for Radio amateurism is out of order The last time I monitored traffic on 145 550 Mc from MIR was on 27 July 1994 during the passes in orbits 48226 and 48227 when Polyakov U3MIR tried to make a QSO with Francis in France and with OE1AKB Chris v d Berg NL 9165 A UK3202MIRNEWS 223 16 AUGUST 1994 MIR operations These days MIR s passes for our position take place during the night hours During the Perseid meteorite streams no nightly radio traffic on VHF so obviously nothing happened This in contradiction to the same period in 1993 when several parti cles collided with the MIR station In a few days we can expect radiotraffic during the evening hours again PROGRESS M24 This freighter will be launched from Baykonur on 25 08 94 at 1425UTC If all goes according to the plan liste ners in Western Europe can receive radiosignals on the known frequencies 166 140 166 130 165 874 and 922 755 or for Doppler 3 hours later Spacewalks EVA s Instead of 4 only 2 EVA s will be made by Malenchenko and Musabayev These EVA s are scheduled for 8 and 12 09 94 Purpose transfer of solarpanels from Kristall to Kvant 1 SPEKTR The launch of this Module O has been put back again Now there is word that the launch will take place in may 1995 Undoubtedly this will also mean that the launch of Priroda Module E will be put back either American flights to MIR The schedule for these flights might be changed due to the delay of the launch of Spektr No further details yet Chris v d Berg NL 9165 A UK3202 MIRNEWS 224 25 AUGUST 1994 Progress M24 A Soyuzcarrier with the freighter Progress M24 blasted off from Baykonur on 25 08 94 at 1425UTC The Pr M24 has to deliver to the MIR spacestation food water fuel post for the crew spareparts and equipment for repairs also for the radio amateurinstallation and experiments to be used during the Euromir94 expedition in October this year The Pr M24 does NOT carry a VBK ballistic return capsule The telemetry and beacon transmitters in the 166 165 and 922 Mc bands could be monitored here during the passes in the 2d 3d and 4th orbit The estimated docking time with MIR is on 27 08 94 at 1601UTC so appr 5 minutes after LOS of MIR s pass in orbit 48715 Pr M24 will have to dock at the forward PKhO doc kingport Recently the cosmonauts checked the system TORU tele orientation and guidance obviously to be ready to guide Pr M24 manually from MIR during the approach and docking if necessary Chris v d Berg NL 9165 A UK3202MIRNEWS 225 27 AUGUST 1994 PROGRESS M24 During the preparations for the docking of this freighter to the MIR complex something seemed to be wrong with some systems of that ship TsUP decided to discontinue the approach procedure and to maintain Pr M24 in an autonomous status for the time being A commission is investigating the causes of the problem and must to decide when a second docking attempt will be made Probably this will last 3 or more days Radiotraffic The fact that there might be something wrong could be derived from TV images received via Altair by our good friend Peter and from the radiotraffic thereafter In the period in which the final approach was planned the crew changed the orientation of the MIR complex to get better visual observations of the naugthy Pr M24 The transmitters of the Pr M24 in the 922 166 and 165 Mc bands transmitted continuously During the 2d pass of the MIR station orb 48716 1725 1735UTC Pr M24 still flew autonomously and from the radiotraffic between MIR and TsUP could be derived that the cosmonauts tried to observe Pr M24 visually Pr M24 flew a few kilometers 2 7 a 1 5 ahead of MIR on the same altitude Visual observations In those part of the Netherlands and UK where the sky was clear MIR and Pr M24 could be seen flying separately from each other during MIR s orb nr 48718 2038 2046UTC The small star Pr M24 flew 6 seconds ahead of the huge star MIR TCA Pr M24 204051UTC TCA MIR 204057UTC Chris v d Berg NL 9165 A UK3202MIRNEWS 226 31 AUGUST 1994 Progress M24 The 2d attempt to dock this freighter to MIR also did fail The estimated docking time was 30 08 94 at 1450UTC The Pr M24 softly hit the MIR complex twice after which Pr M24 immediately moved away The MIR crew felt the little shocks caused by the 2 contacts They reported this during the

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