archive-org.com » ORG » P » PLANET4589.ORG

Total: 436

Choose link from "Titles, links and description words view":

Or switch to "Titles and links view".

  • explosion orbit is typical May 1 1991 31B IBSS SPAS 2 satellite 245x256x57 0 Retrieved May 2 by OV 103 Discovery May 2 1991 31D USAF CRO C satellite 243x261x57 0 Reentered May 14 May 2 1991 31E USAF CRO B satellite 241x262x57 0 Reentered May 12 May 3 1991 31F USAF CRO A satelllite 250x269x57 0 Reentered May 13 May 6 1991 31C USA 70 satellite 252x267x57 0 Classified May 12 1990 104K to R 7 PVO radar targets 500x525x82 5 Deployed from Kosmos 2106 May 14 1991 032A NOAA 12 satellite 812x829x98 7 NOAA weather satellite May 14 1991 032B C NOAA 12 sensor covers 816x824x98 7 May 16 1991 033G Tsiklon 3 rocket 1415x1473x82 6 May 16 1991 033A Kosmos 2143 satellite 1400x1416x82 6 VMF Gonets class comsat May 16 1991 033B Kosmos 2144 satellite 1412x1416x82 6 VMF Gonets class comsat May 16 1991 033C Kosmos 2145 satellite 1406x1416x82 6 VMF Gonets class comsat May 16 1991 033D Kosmos 2146 satellite 1394x1416x82 6 VMF Gonets class comsat May 16 1991 033E Kosmos 2147 satellite 1390x1416x82 6 VMF Gonets class comsat May 16 1991 033F Kosmos 2148 satellite 1383x1416x82 6 VMF Gonets class comsat May 17 1990 104S to W 5 PVO radar targets 500x525x82 5 Deployed from Kosmos 2106 May 18 1991 034B Blok I rocket 191x208x51 6 Reentered May 19 May 18 1991 034A Soyuz TM 12 spaceship 191x208x51 6 Docked with Mir complex May 19 May 21 1991 035B Blok I rocket 181x243x82 3 Reentered May 23 May 21 1991 035A Resurs F satellite 229x233x82 3 GUGK remote sensing sat May 24 1991 036B Blok I rocket 164x342x67 1 Reentered May 27 May 24 1991 036A Kosmos 2149 satellite 163x353x67 1 GRU imaging recon sat May 24 1991 037B Delta 205 rocket 400x2353x25 0 May

    Original URL path: http://planet4589.org/space/jsr/back/news.77 (2016-04-29)
    Open archived version from archive



  • They also jettisoned 9 garbage bags on Jun 10 and a further 8 on Jun 20 On Jun 25 they made a five hour spacewalk to repair the docking antenna on the Kvant module and on Jun 28 they made another spacewalk to install a radiation monitoring experiment and an external TV camera Scout S216C was launched from Space Launch Complex 5 at Vandenberg AFB California at 1400UT on Jun 29 The Scout G 1 carried a USAF lightsat into 830 km polar orbit The satellite REX Radiation EXperiment was built by Defense Systems Inc and is similar in design to their Stacksat payloads launched last year It will monitor near earth radiation and ionospheric irregularities which affect radio communicaitons Kosmos 2151 launched on Jun 13 by Tsiklon 3 from Plesetsk is an electronic intelligence satellite The 10th Resurs F remote sensing satellite landed on Jun 20 after a 30 day mapping mission with an MK4 camera The 81st Molniya 1 comsat was launched on Jun 18 into elliptical 12 hour orbit from Plesetsk The Molniya 1 is used for Soviet government communications Current STS status Orbiters OV 102 Columbia OPF Bay 2 OV 103 Discovery OPF Bay 1 OV

    Original URL path: http://planet4589.org/space/jsr/back/news.78 (2016-04-29)
    Open archived version from archive


  • STS status Orbiters OV 102 Columbia OPF Bay 2 OV 103 Discovery OPF Bay 1 OV 104 Atlantis LC39A OV 105 Endeavour VAB Bay 2 ML ET SRB stacks ML1 STS 43 ET OV 104 LC39A ML2 ML3 STS 48 VAB Bay 3 Launches 1991 Jun Launch Date Payload Launch vehicle Site Payload User Contractor 1991 39 Jun 4 Okean Tsiklon 3 Plesetsk GUGK NPO Yuzhnoy 1991 40 Jun 5 STS 40 Space Shuttle Kennedy NASA Rockwell 1991 41 Jun 11 Kosmos 2150 Kosmos R 14 Plesetsk KGB NPO Yuzhnoy 1991 42 Jun 13 Kosmos 2151 Tsiklon 3 Plesetsk GRU NPO Yuzhnoy 1991 43 Jun 18 Molniya 1 Molniya Plesetsk MSvyazi NPO PM 1991 44 Jun 28 Resurs F Soyuz Plesetsk GUGK KB Foton 1991 45 Jun 29 REX Scout G 1 Vandenberg USAF DSI New objects in orbit 1991 Jun Jun 4 1991 39B Tsiklon 3 rocket 633x664x82 5 Jun 4 1991 39A Okean satellite 634x665x82 5 Ocean studies Jun 5 1991 40A OV 102 Columbia spaceship 278x296x39 0 Landed Edwards AFB Jun 14 Jun 5 1991 40A Spacelab SLS 1 278x296x39 0 Aboard OV 102 Jun 9 1986 17DJ to DT Mir garbage bags 9 355x392x51 6 Jun 11 1991 41B Kosmos R 14 rocket 802x812x74 0 Jun 11 1991 41A Kosmos 2150 satellite 783x808x74 0 Communications Jun 11 1991 41C Kosmos 2150 adapter 802x812x74 0 Jun 12 1986 17DV Mak satellite 377x388x51 6 Deployed from Mir Jun 12 1986 17DU Mak satellite container 305x369x51 6 Jun 13 1991 42B Tsiklon 3 rocket 636x661x82 5 Jun 13 1991 42A Kosmos 2151 satellite 636x662x82 5 Electronic intelligence sat Jun 18 1991 43B Blok I rocket 209x402x62 8 Reentered Jul 2 Jun 18 1991 43C Blok L rocket adapter 175x448x62 8 Reentered Jun 27 Jun 18 1991 43D Blok L

    Original URL path: http://planet4589.org/space/jsr/back/news.79 (2016-04-29)
    Open archived version from archive


  • UT The Delta 7925 launch vehicle also carried an SDIO secondary payload the LOSAT X satellite LOSAT X was to observe the spectra of rocket plumes as part of the effort to develop ways to observe and target missiles in flight Anyone who knows what LOSAT stands for please email me Two Soyuz launch vehicles flew into orbit on Jul 9 and Jul 10 One carried an advanced recon satellite with a six month lifetime The other flew into an 82 degree polar orbit with a Vostok class recoverable satellite which is probably a Resurs F remote sensing satellite but it might be a Kosmos short duration spy satellite I havent got the name of the satellite yet so I can t tell A successful Ariane launch on Jul 16 orbited the European Space Agency s ERS 1 Earth Resources Satellite The satellite based on the French SPOT imager carries an active microwave radar imager altimeters and a radiometer The Ariane also carried the second ASAP Ariane Structure for Auxiliary Payloads carrying four microsatellites One is TUBSAT from the Technische Universitat Berlin a small scientific data relay satellite SARA from the French amateur organization Esie espace is an amateur radio astronomy payload UoSat 5 UoSat OSCAR 22 is Surrey Satellite Technology s payload carrying SateLife s store and forward electronic mail communications for medical organizations in Africa as well as an experimental wide field CCD camera Surrey Satellite Technology is a spinoff company from the engineering department of the University of Surrey Guildford England where Ford Prefect wasn t from after all where Dr Martin Sweeting led development of earlier UoSats Orbcomm X is an Orbital Sciences lightsat to be used by the State of Virginia Center for Innovative Technology for communications experiments project VaStar Another Orbital Sciences venture the

    Original URL path: http://planet4589.org/space/jsr/back/news.80 (2016-04-29)
    Open archived version from archive


  • 400 km orbit half the intended altitude The new HAPS fourth stage burned successfully Seven 20 kg Microsats were placed in orbit for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency DARPA Note for X 15 fans There used to be two NB 52 s used to drop X 15 s and lifting bodies the older one 0003 is now retired I ran into it recently at the Puma Air Museum in Tucson Kosmos 2152 a short duration Vostok class spy satellite was launched on Jul 9 into 82 degree orbit Kosmos 2153 a long duration advanced spy satellite was launched on Jul 10 into a 65 degree orbit Kosmos 2149 a spy satellite ended its mission on Jul 4 after 41 days shorter than the usual 55 day mission of its class Hinotori a Japanese solar observatory launched in 1981 reentered on Jul 11 Congratulations to my old pulsar hunter friends at Jodrell for the discovery of the planet around PSR1829 10 it s probably too much to hope HMG will be inspired to fund British radio astronomy a little less parsimoniously I havent seen the actual paper yet Nature takes a long time to get to Alabama Current STS status

    Original URL path: http://planet4589.org/space/jsr/back/news.81 (2016-04-29)
    Open archived version from archive


  • soon The new schedule is Soyuz TM 13 launch in October crew up Commander Aleksandr Volkov Soviet Air Force Cosmonaut researcher Tokhtar Aybarkirov Republic of Kazakhstan Cosmonaut researcher Franz Viehbock Republik Osterreich Austria Crew down Artsebarskiy Aybarkirov Viehbock Soyuz TM 14 launch in Mar 1992 crew up Aleksandr Viktorenko plus flight engineer from NPO Energiya plus German researcher crew down Volkov Krikalyov and the German I m not sure about the spelling of Aybarkirov s name This will be the first time that two passengers have flown on a single Soyuz normally it s two pro cosmonauts and one passenger However a number of cosmonauts have trained to fly Soyuz single handed in case they have to fly an emergency rescue mission to Mir to bring a sick crew home so it is something they have the capability to do Another Resurs F remote sensing satellite was launched on Jul 23 It replaces the 11th Resurs F which landed on Jul 21 in Kazakhstan The Resurs F satellites are based on the old Vostok spaceship bus Current STS status Orbiters OV 102 Columbia OPF Bay 2 OV 103 Discovery VAB Bay 2 OV 104 Atlantis LC39A OV 105 Endeavour OPF

    Original URL path: http://planet4589.org/space/jsr/back/news.82 (2016-04-29)
    Open archived version from archive


  • VAB ML2 ML3 STS 48 ET OV 103 VAB Bay 3 N B Information in this report is obtained from public sources and does not reflect the official views of NASA Jonathan McDowell phone 205 544 7724 Space Science Lab ES65 uucp NASA Marshall Space Flight Center bitnet Huntsville AL 35812 inter mcdowell xanth msfc nasa gov USA Launches 1991 Jul Launch Date Payload Launch vehicle Site Payload User Manufacturer 1991 46 Jul 2 Gorizont Proton K Baykonur Kazakhstan MSvyazi NPO PM 1991 47 Jul 4 Navstar 22 LOSAT X Delta 7925 Canaveral USA USAF Rockwell 1991 48 Jul 9 Kosmos 2152 Soyuz Plesetsk Rossiya GRU KB Foton 1991 49 Jul 10 Kosmos 2153 Soyuz Baykonur Kazakhstan GRU KB Foton 1991 50 Jul 17 ERS 1 Ariane 40 Kourou France ESA Dornier Uosat 5 Univ Surrey Orbcomm X OSC VCIT TUBSAT Tech Univ Berlin SARA Esieespace 1991 51 Jul 17 Microsat 1 to 7 Pegasus HAPS Edwards USA DARPA DSI 1991 52 Jul 23 Resurs F Soyuz Plesetsk Rossiya GUGK KB Foton New objects in orbit 1991 Jul km x km x deg Jul 2 1991 46B Proton rocket 200x200x51 6 Reentered Jul 4 Jul 2 1991 46C Proton adapter 200x200x51 6 Reentered Jul 4 Jul 2 1991 46E Blok DM adapter 347x35631x47 4 Jul 2 1991 46F Blok DM adpater 295x35625x47 4 Jul 2 1991 46D Blok DM rocket 35540x35664x1 5 Jul 2 1991 46A Gorizont satellite 35675x35803x1 5 Communications TV Jul 4 1991 47C Delta 7920 rocket 389x403x37 5 Jul 4 1991 47B LOSAT X satellite 400x413x40 0 Jul 4 1991 47D PAM D rocket 188x20241x34 5 Jul 4 1991 47A Navstar 22 satellite 19765x20255x55 3 Navigation Jul 9 1991 48B Blok I rocket 160x190x82 3 Reentered Jul 10 Jul 9 1991 48A Kosmos 2152 satellite 235x349x82 3

    Original URL path: http://planet4589.org/space/jsr/back/news.83 (2016-04-29)
    Open archived version from archive


  • is aboard the NASA 911 carrier aircraft on its way to a major refit in Rockwell s California factory Discovery is on the pad awaiting launch on mission STS 48 in September Anatoliy Artsebarksiy and Sergey Krikalyov continue in orbit aboard the Mir Kvant Sofora Kvant 2 Kristall Soyuz TM 12 Progress M 8 complex A Molniya 1 comsat was launched on Aug 1 Current STS status Orbiters OV 102

    Original URL path: http://planet4589.org/space/jsr/back/news.84 (2016-04-29)
    Open archived version from archive



  •