The coming week is expected to be an exciting one for rocket enthusiasts, as there are no fewer than seven launches scheduled in the next seven days. It’s also the week you finally know what the NASA Artemis Moon suits will look like.
Terran 1, Electron, Falcon 9, these are some of our favourites. All of these rockets are ready to take to the skies this week, but whether they will all have a chance to fly remains an open question.
The third time, hopefully, will be the magic of the 3D Relativity rocket
relativistic space Terran 1’s second launch attempt was aborted on Saturday, in preparation for a third attempt later this week, maybe Thursday. The California startup is seeking to do what no private company has done before: successfully send a rocket into orbit on its first attempt. Also unique is the missile’s thrust and configuration; The methane-fueled rocket is primarily made using 3D printing technology.
Artemis Moon suit revealing
This is the week we finally get our eyes on the moon suits that NASA astronauts will wear during the planned Artemis 3 mission to the lunar surface, currently scheduled for no later than late 2025. It’s almost impossible to believe, but these are the first moon suits. It’s been designed and built since the Apollo era, so we’re understandably excited. We also expect to be impressed by looking at what NASA has done previously He said about them. Extravehicular mobility units, or xEMUs, are in the works developed Powered by Axiom Space in partnership with NASA. The big reveal is scheduled for Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. ET.
SpaceX Cargo mission to the International Space Station
A Falcon 9 rocket packed with 5,800 pounds of cargo and other supplies is scheduled to lift off at 8:30 p.m. ET Tuesday from Launch Complex 39A at Kennedy Space Center in Florida. known b SpaceX CRS-27 missionDelivery chartered from NASA includes supplies, equipment, and science experiments for the crew. One of the most well-known scientific experiments being conducted is a collaboration between the National Center for Translational Sciences at the National Institutes of Health and the ISS National Laboratory for the study tissue chips that mimic human organs. Crew Dragon will remain docked at the International Space Station for one month, after which time it will return with research and recharge.
Multiple continent launch from Rocket Lab
Rocket Lab is preparing for consecutive launches From locations in the United States and New Zealand. Company mission “Stronger Together” Apparently take a flight not before Tuesday, with an electronic missile scheduled to lift off from Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia. The rocket will attempt to connect two commercial aperture radar satellites to Capella Space.
“The Beat Goes On” mission Looks good to go on Wednesday at its launch complex on New Zealand’s Mahia Peninsula. For this mission, you will rocket Electron attempt To connect two Earth observation satellites for BlackSky. A subsidiary of SpaceFlight Inc.
More Falcon 9 launches
A SpaceX Falcon 9 is specific to deliver SES-18 and SES-19, a pair of communications satellites built by Northrop Grumman, on Friday night, with the rocket launching from SLC-40 at Cape Canaveral, Florida. In addition, the company will add to its impressive Starlink constellation with Scheduled launch From another satellite constellation on Thursday at 2:05 p.m. ET. The Falcon 9 will take off from Vandenberg Space Force Base in California.
Related story: The new image is our first look at SpaceX’s Starlink ‘Mini’ at Orbit
To date, SpaceX has launched 4,053 Starlink satellites into space, of which 3,709 are currently operational, according to statistics It was preserved by Harvard-Smithsonian astronomer Jonathan McDowell.
NASA will talk to the press about the new budget
President Joe Biden announced to him new budget For fiscal year 2024 last Thursday, the space agency said in statement. a Press Conference It’s scheduled for Monday at 1:00 p.m. ET, where NASA officials will say more on the topic and field questions from reporters.
The launch of the mysterious China
On Wednesday, the Chinese Long March will take place at 11 launch From the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center with an unknown payload.
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