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    China Reaches Out To US For Space Data: Air Force Space Commander

    WASHINGTON: China has taken the unprecedented step of asking Air Force Space Command to share information about possible satellite and satellite debris collisions. The United States had been sharing so-called conjunction warnings with China through the State Department, but no one knew if China actually paid any attention because the data was never acknowledged.

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    Putin: Russia Is Building Its Own Space Station


    Pres. Putin emphasized that a national space station is an economic necessity for Russia

    “By 2023 we are going to create our national orbital station in orbit… We will definitely bring this project to fruition, and, no doubt, it will be under our control, said Putin.
    In December last year, Oleg Ostapenko, head of Roscosmos space agency said Russia will build a new space station, which will as the country’s base for its lunar program.

    An economic necessity for Russia

    Pres. Putin emphasized that a national space station is an economic necessity for Russia. According to him, Russia uses the ISS for the country’s economy and science, and it active in its maintenance. He added that only 5% of Russia’s territory could be seen from the ISS. Putin said, “Planning a decade for the future is necessary. From the national station, of course, we will be able to see the whole territory of our vast country.”



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    Military Gears Up for Space Warfare

    New command structures, satellite defenses outlined

    Pentagon, military, and intelligence officials outlined plans on Wednesday for warfare in space and warned China not to attack U.S. satellites in any future conflict.
    “The threats are real, they’re technologically advanced and they’re a concern,” said Air Force Lt. Gen. John “Jay” Raymond, commander of the Joint Functional Component Command for Space, in testimony before a House subcommittee. “We are quickly approaching the point where every satellite in every orbit can be threatened.”

    Douglas Loverro, deputy assistant secretary of defense for space policy, said that the threat of attacks on satellites in orbit is no longer a theoretical concern.

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    The End of Sanctuary in Space


    Why America is considering getting more aggressive in orbit





    While the intelligence community has historically continued to embrace the sanctuary school, the U.S. military has shifted its focus over the last few decades to the space control school as its central approach to the space domain.
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    Is Russia Planning to Disassemble the International

    http://m.fool.com/investing/general/...-space-station


    Tar den med her også (fra Russlandtråden).


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    Japan Begins National Security Space Buildup


    http://www.defensenews.com/story/defense/air-space/space/2015/04/12/japan-national-security-space-buildup/25412641/




    Lockheed Eyes May 2017 GPS 3 Launch

    http://www.defensenews.com/story/defense/air-space/space/2015/04/14/gps-satellite-space-lockheed-launch-delay-exelis-air-force/25766527/
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    Odd objects attract fire. You are odd.

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    Elon’s SpaceX Gets Certified For National Security Launches; Can You Say Disruption?

    WASHINGTON: While few doubted it would happen, the news that Elon Musk’s scrappy, pushy and — yes — disruptive launch company SpaceX won certification from Space and Missile Systems Center carries enormous import for the international launch industry, for the Pentagon, the Air Force and the Intelligence Community.

    Just ask ULA, Boeing and Lockheed how well Elon has disrupted their world.




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    China
    The next space superpower?


    China entered the space race late but it's now a force to be reckoned with. In a world exclusive, CNN sits down with three of the country's top astronauts and takes you inside its secretive space program.

    China: The next space superpower?

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    Chinese astronaut calls for cooperation, access to International Space Station


    Beijing (CNN)China wants greater cooperation with other nations in space, particularly the United States, the country's most experienced astronaut has told CNN in an exclusive interview.

    Fifteen nations including the United States, Russia and Japan cooperate on International Space Station missions, but China's involvement has always been a non-starter because of longstanding resistance from U.S. legislators.

    Chinese astronaut: We want more cooperation - CNN.com

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    Inside Space City," a world exclusive CNN interview with three of China's top astronauts, premieres on Friday May 29 at 11:30 pm ET

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    The Silly Reason the Chinese Aren’t Allowed on the Space Station


    A nonsensical law only increases geopolitical risk

    Geopolitics can be child’s play—literally. How else would you describe the did-not! did-too! brawl that can result when one country crosses another country’s invisible line in the playroom that is the South China Sea? How else would you describe the G-8 canceling its playdate in Sochi after Russia climbed over the fence to Ukraine’s yard?

    Why China Is Still Barred from the Space Station: Childish Politics


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    U.S. astronaut: We shouldn't be on the sidelines of space exploration


    (CNN)It was September 8, 2006.

    My hosts picked me up from my Beijing hotel and we began the drive to the Astronaut Center of China (ACC).

    As we approached the immaculately clean, walled complex, two young soldiers stood at attention, wearing the green uniform of the People's Liberation Army.

    U.S. risks ceding its leadership in space to China - CNN.com


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    NASA Developing Plans for Human Missions to Cislunar Space in 2020s

    WASHINGTON — While NASA does not yet have specific plans for human missions beyond 2021, the agency is in the early stages of developing a sequence of missions in cislunar space in the 2020s to prepare for later missions to Mars.

    Those plans, which could involve both international and commercial partners, would test out habitation modules and other technologies on missions around the moon ranging from several weeks to a year.

    NASA Developing Plans for Human Missions to Cislunar Space in 2020s - SpaceNews.com


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    Space Station, Moon and Planets Dance Over Pisa

    The International Space Station streaks over Italy's famed Leaning Tower of Pisa while the moon and three planets shine bright overhead in this stunning image from a night sky photographer., the Moon, Venus, Mars, Mercury and the Leaning Tower of Pisa are all showcased in this stunning image.

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    Russia's space program in crisis?

    Moscow (CNN)

    Ever since the Cold War-era space race with the United States, Russia has taken immense national pride in its cosmic exploits.

    But in recent years that confidence has been challenged by a catalogue of embarrassing setbacks. In April, Russian ground staff lost control of an unmanned cargo spacecraft on a supply mission to the International Space Station.

    Last month, another Russian rocket mission, this time carrying a Mexican satellite, went wrong minutes after launch from the Baikonor Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.

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    Samme hendelse rapportert fra ulike mediehus. Først ut de positive meldingene som er raskt tolket ut fra NASA pressemelding I guess. Dernest de kanskje mer reelle rapportene:

    Indiske The Hindu melder i ekstase at dette gikk bra:

    NASA successfully tests 'flying saucer' for Mars mission

    After a series of weather-related delays, NASA has successfully tested its revolutionary “flying saucer” that will help land heavier payloads on the surface of long-distance planets, including Mars. NASA’s Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator (LDSD) project completed its second flight test when the saucer-shaped craft splashed down safely in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Kauai on Monday.

    Les mer her: NASA successfully tests flying saucer for Mars mission - The Hindu

    Video fra NASA om prosjektet:



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    Why landing astronauts on Mars suddenly looks harder than ever before

    On Monday, June 8, NASA tested their low-density supersonic decelerator (LDSD) spacecraft, which looks exactly like a flying saucer. The test took place off the coast of the U.S. Navy's Pacific Missile Range Facility in Kauai, Hawaii.
    NASA is using this spacecraft to develop the technology necessary to one day transport astronauts to the surface of Mars. But Monday's test showed that engineers still have a ways to go and a lot to learn before they're ready for such a task.

    Les mer her: NASA LDSD test flight parachute fail - Business Insider



    Top image: A balloon carried the LDSD to 120,000 feet over 3 hours in preparation for its second test flight. Credit: NASA


    The balloon responsible for carrying the LDSD to 120,000 feet holds nearly 1 million cubic meters (34.4 million cubic feet) of helium contained in 89,000 square meters (22 acres) of plastic. Image credit: NASA


    The LDSD is tested high above the planet for Earth’s atmosphere to mimic Mars. Image credit: NASA


    Dammit, NASA's Experimental Mars Parachute Just Failed. Again.

    A flying saucer plummeted through the skies over Hawaii today in the second test of NASA’s new Mars landing system. If this had been a real flight to Mars, we’d have just killed a rover by slamming it into the planet below.

    If we can fix the parachute design and unlock this new landing system technology, we’ll be upgrading on the current parachutes that have been used since 1976. LDSD will not only double the current payload of Mars-bound robots to 1,500 kilograms (3,300 pounds), increasing how much science we can do, but also increase landing accuracy from a 10 kilometer (6.5 mile) region to a bullseye of just 1.6 kilometers (1 mile) and open up higher-elevation landing zones. This isn’t easy, but it’s worth the test flights, redesigns, and time to push our technology to new limits for exploration.
    It took years to design the new prototype technology, a year to refine it since the last tests, days to wait for weather suitable for a test flight, hours to gently float the craft to testing altitude, and just seconds to realize that the parachute didn’t inflate. Rocket science is damn hard, and damn heartbreaking.

    Les mer / masse info her.
    Samt artikkel før denne, her.



    VG: NASA-test av kjempefallskjerm feilet




    FEILET: NASAs «flygende tallerken» LDSD brukes til å teste teknikker for å bremse hurtige romfartøyer i den tynne Mars-atmosfæren.
    Foto: Nasa, Reuters

    Romfartsorganisasjonen NASA gjorde mandag nok et forsøk på å lande sin «flygende tallerken», men fartøyets kjempefallskjerm åpnet seg ikke fullstendig denne gangen heller.


    Det 3 tonn tunge fartøyet Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator (LDSD) er en del av NASAs program for testing av ny teknologi, som i framtiden kan hjelpe mennesker å reise til Mars.

    Les mer på VG: http://www.vg.no/nyheter/utenriks/na...et/a/23467263/

    Mer om samme nyhetssak:

    NASA http://blogs.nasa.gov/ldsd/2015/06/0...g-saucer-test/
    Space.com: http://www.space.com/29602-nasa-flyi...ute-fails.html
    Floridatoday.com: http://www.floridatoday.com/story/te...cess/28706919/
    Spaceflightnow.com: http://spaceflightnow.com/2015/06/07...weather-delays
    E-24: http://e24.no/digital/nasa-tester-fl...erken/23464061


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    NASA building cheaper, greener supersonic aircraft for commercial use


    Will human beings be able to board planes that can fly faster than the speed of sound, but with less impact on the environment? The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is taking a step towards this direction, and it involves millions of dollars.
    The space agency recently announced that it is allotting $6 million to fund research to develop a more environmentally friendly supersonic aircraft, which can dramatically cut flight times for passengers.

    Les mer her: http://www.christiantoday.com/articl....use/55708.htm

    Samme sak, fra våre positive venner i India: The Hindu: http://www.thehindu.com/sci-tech/sci...ref=sliderNews

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    NASA's communication with Mars rovers to be paused

    NASA will be severing communications with it's Mars orbiter and rovers during the planet's alignment with Earth and the Sun, which can cause interference in transmitted commands.

    NASA is set to temporarily break contact with its Mars rovers - Opportunity and Curiosity - as the red planet hides almost directly behind the Sun from Earth's perspective. The arrangement of the Sun between Earth and Mars is called Mars solar conjunction. It occurs about every 26 months as the two planets travel in their sun-centered orbits.

    Les mer her: http://www.dnaindia.com/scitech/repo...paused-2093537

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    Russia Launches First Soyuz Rocket Since Space Station Mission Failure


    A Russian Soyuz booster rocket has successfully launched a satellite for the first time since a much-publicized failure in April.
    The Defense Ministry said the Soyuz 2.1A rocket was launched Friday from the Plesetsk Cosmodrome in northern Russia, placing a Russian military satellite into its designated orbit.

    Les mer her: http://www.nbcnews.com/science/space...ailure-n370756

    Og her på russiske FDs sider: http://eng.mil.ru/en/index.htm (Russisk: http://function.mil.ru/news_page/cou...2039827@egNews)

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    Indias som Rom-nasjon er ukjent for mange. Og deres program inn i "Deep Space" og påpågende Oppdrag "Mangalyaan Mission"/"Mission Red Planet" - reise til mars er faktisk litt interessant og kanskje ukjent for mange den også. India er definitivt som romnasjon å regne.

    Wikipedia:

    The Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM), also called Mangalyaan ("Mars-craft", from Sanskrit: मंगल mangala, "Mars" and यान yāna, "craft, vehicle»), is a space probe orbiting Mars since 24 September 2014. It was launched on 5 November 2013 by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). It is India's first interplanetary mission and ISRO has become the fourth space agency to reach Mars, after the Soviet space program, NASA, and the European Space Agency. It is the first Asian nation to reach Mars orbit, and the first nation in the world to do so in its first attempt

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mars_Orbiter_Mission







    Sun 'eclipses' Indian Mars Orbiter for 15 days


    BENGALURU: India's Mars mission spacecraft Orbiter got 'eclipsed' early Monday with the sun blocking the Earth from the Red Planet over the next 15 days, a senior space official said.

    "Orbiter has entered into a 15-dayblackout period, as the Earth is blocked by the sun from the Red Planet till June 22, snapping our communication links with it (spacecraft)," an official of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) said here.

    Les mer her: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/i...w/47583773.cms


    'Mangalyaan' Mission's Australian Connection

    New Delhi: India and the world got to know about the 'Mangalyaan' entering the orbit of Mars from the Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex (CDSCC) which was capturing signals from the unmanned spacecraft, Australia said today.
    Australian High Commissioner Patrick Suckling, while congratulating the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) on "historic" accomplishment, said engineers working at the CDSCC played a key role in confirming that the spacecraft entered the orbit of the Red Planet.

    India became the first nation in the world to successfully reach Mars on its first attempt when indigenously built 'Mangalyaan' unmanned spacecraft entered the orbit of Mars.

    He said said CDSCC's Deep Space Station 43, which has supported many important space missions, captured the minute signals from the mission.

    "I commend ISRO on this historic event," Mr Suckling said adding, "It is an important milestone for ISRO and for Indian space research and exploration."

    Les mer her: http://www.ndtv.com/india-news/manga...nection-670446




    Det pakistanske diskusjonsforumet Pakistan Defence, finner man følgende tråd med mye nyttig info fra starten. Innleggene er fra okt 2013. Endel interessante Infographs:




    India’s Mars mission: The countdown begins for ISRO’s voyage to the Red Planet


    India’s Mars mission: The countdown begins for ISRO’s voyage to the Red Planet


    It’s baby steps to deep space. But the 400-million kilometres, 299-day, rs 450-cr voyage to Mars, set to launch on October 28, is also a leap of faith for ISRO, explains JOHNSON T A

    Though science is at the core of their work, scientists at the Indian Space Research Organisation are a religious group. In the past, ISRO chairmen have been known to transport toy models of spacecraft and launch vehicles to temples around south India for blessings of gods. As work at over five different ISRO centres began converging this week towards the planned October 28 launch of the space agency’s Mission to Mars, or the Mangalyaan Mission, religious rituals are back to the fore.

    Les tråden her: http://defence.pk/threads/india%C2%9...ed-pla.281835/

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    A Russia's Proton rocket, carrying Kosmos military satellite blasts off a launch pad at the Russian leased Kazakhstan's Baikonur cosmodrome, on March 30, 2012. STR/AFP/Getty Images

    Russia's Military Satellite Delay Leaves Country Vulnerable To Nuclear Missile Attacks: Report

    Russia may be working on modernizing its strategic missile force by developing advanced nuclear missile systems, but the country is itself vulnerable to similar attacks after delaying the launch of a new satellite-based missile warning system by four months, local media reported Wednesday.

    The launch of the military satellite system has been postponed until November, leaving Russia blind in the event of a potential nuclear missile attack, The Moscow Times reported. The country’s aging Soviet-era early warning satellites seriously malfunctioned last year when one of three units went offline, followed by the decommissioning of the remaining two satellites in January.

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    Photo: NASA/SIPA/Newscom

    A Space War With China or Russia Is a Real Threat

    A war in space sounds like a great plot for a summer blockbuster.

    Unfortunately, a conflict in space isn’t just a Hollywood movie script anymore, but a threat in the real world.
    Both Russia and China have developed, or are developing, the ability to shoot satellites out of space.

    In addition to this, a number of other countries are developing ways to harm satellites from the ground using jammers and lasers.

    Lieutenant General John Raymond, who is in charge of U.S. military space operations, told Congress earlier this year that the Chinese have tested anti-satellite weapons twice in the past two years and that the Russians have a previously undeclared microsatellite in space, which some believe to be a space weapon.

    America’s potential adversaries are developing these capabilities because they’ve realized how incredibly vital space is, as a tool, for the U.S. armed forces and intelligence agencies.

    Les hele artikkelen her.



    Reuters:
    Exclusive: U.S. should spurn Russia rocket engines despite SpaceX failure - McCain


    By Richard Cowan
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The failure of a SpaceX rocket over Florida on Sunday should not lead U.S. officials back to Russia to look for a rocket engine that can get military equipment into space, Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman John McCain said on Monday.

    "This mishap in no way diminishes the urgency of ridding ourselves of the Russian RD-180 rocket engine," McCain said in a statement.

    The United States has placed tough constraints on new deliveries of the Russian-made engines for U.S. military projects, such as launching satellites into space. The move came last year after pro-Russian separatists in Ukraine were suspected of getting aid from Moscow.

    McCain's warning came on the same day that Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said the United States should reconsider its sanctions. "In space, there is no room for politicking," Rogozin wrote on Twitter.

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    ....og Rogozin er kjapt ute på Twitter:
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    Mystisk lys dukket opp på NASA-bilder


    MYSTISK LYS: Nylig dukket det opp et mystisk lys på bildene fra den internasjonale romstasjonen til NASA. Ikke mindre mystisk ble det da NASA kuttet livebildene. Video: NASA

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    Etter 9,5års reise gjennom rommet, nærmer Romsonden New Horizons seg nå Pluto. Den vil bli den første sonden som studerer Pluto og dens måner, og vil være på sitt nærmeste 14. juli.

    Litt om oppdraget:

    There are two reasons why the New Horizons science team wants to reach Pluto and Charon as soon as possible. The first has to do with Pluto's atmosphere: Since 1989, Pluto has been moving farther from the Sun, getting less heat every year. As Pluto gets colder scientists expect its atmosphere will "freeze out," so the team wants to arrive while there is a chance to study a thicker atmosphere.


    The second reason is to map as much of Pluto and Charon as possible. On Earth, the North Pole and other areas above the Arctic Circle have half a year of night and half a year of daylight. In the same way, parts of Pluto or Charon never see the Sun for decades at a time. The longer we wait, the more of Pluto and Charon are shadowed in a long "arctic night," impeding the spacecraft's ability to take pictures of the entire surface in reflected sunlight.
    New Horizons - Mission Design


    Oppdraget etter Pluto vil være å kartlegge objekter i Kupierbeltet.

    In 2014, using the Hubble Space Telescope, New Horizons science team members discovered three KBOs – all in the range of 20-55 kilometers across, and all with possible flyby dates in late 2018 or in 2019 — a billion miles beyond Pluto.

    In summer 2015, after the Pluto flyby, the New Horizons team will work with NASA to choose the best candidate among the three. In fall 2015, operators will fire the engines aboard New Horizons – at the optimal time to minimize the fuel required to reach the selected target – to begin the journey.
    New Horizons - Mission Timeline
    Odd objects attract fire. You are odd.

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    Utdrag fra boken "How We'll Live on Mars"; om kolonisering, terraforming og menneskehetens fremtid på Mars.

    How we’ll live on Mars | ideas.ted.com
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    Klokken 13.49 norsk tid passerte New Horizons Pluto på sitt nærmeste, en avstand på 1255 mil.

    For øyeblikket har man ikke kontakt med romfartøyet, da den bruker alle sine ressurser på å samle data og ta bilder, men inatt vil NASA motta et såkalt 'phone home signal':

    The signal will come in no earlier than 8:53 p.m. EDT tonight. Mission operations manager Alice Bowman said they’ll first seek carrier lock with the spacecraft to confirm the spacecraft is broadcasting, then a telemetry lock. “Then we’ll start to get real-time data from the spacecraft,” she said, consisting of key information on the health of spacecraft systems. Controllers hope to get several cycles of data before the communications window closes.
    As Pluto Recedes, the Wait for New Horizons' Signal Begins - SpaceNews.com

    Det er ventet at bildene som ble tatt tirsdag vil bli tilgjengelige onsdag. Disse vil være enda mer detaljerte enn bildet NASA nå har publisert.
    New Horizons har forøvrig en utrolig lav overføringshastighet på grunn av avstanden til jorden, og sender data med en hastighet på om lag 1 kb/s. Det vil derfor ta 16 måneder før alle dataene fra dagens forbiflyvning ankommer jorda.

    Romsonden har gjennom sine år gjennom rommet gjort noen nye oppdagelser:

    Plutos overflate er rødlig, og består av lyse og mørke felter. De mørke er muligens kratere og vulkaner, mens de lyse er kanskje frosne gasser som metan, karbondioksid og nitrogen.

    Og man har også funnet ut at dvergplaneten er ca. 50km større i diameter enn først trodd (2,370 km).



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    Kl. 02.52 inatt mottok NASA phone home signalet fra New Horizons:

    Sitat Opprinnelig skrevet av Alice Bowman, mission operation manager
    We have a healthy spacecraft.
    We’ve recorded data of Pluto’s system and we’re outbound from Pluto.
    Just like we practised, just like we planned it.
    We did it.
    Onsdag kveld klokken 21.00, skal NASAs New Horizons-team holde pressekonferanse hvor de vil presentere bilder med ti ganger så god oppløsning som det beste bildet som har blitt presentert av Pluto så langt - med "detaljer så små som New Yorks Central Park".

    Akkurat nå er sonden på vei mot baksiden av Pluto, hvor den skal ta bilder av Karon og de andre månene til Pluto.
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    Dette med avstander i rom er interessant. Jeg vet at noen sci-fiserier har gjort et poeng av at en sending kan være forsinket, slik at meldingen fra overkommandoen ofte er en generell betraktning, mens det er kapteinen på romfartøyet som må implementere dette i forhold til den faktiske situasjonen(og hva som kan ha endret seg siden meldingen ble sendt).

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    Vi har jo sett noen eksempler på dette ved romsonder vi har sendt ut allerede.
    F.eks bruker signalene fra hhv. Curiosity roveren på Mars, New Horizons ved Pluto og Voyager 1, 14 min, 4,5 timer og 18 timer tilbake til jorden.

    Blir interessant å se hva fremtiden bringer.
    Kanskje vi engang får fremskutte baser, enten som kolonier på planeter eller romstasjoner, langt fra jorden som kan fungere som operasjonssentraler, og på den måten unngå lange tidsforsinkelser?
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    NASA har nå mottatt nye detaljerte bilder bilder fra New Horizons:




    Bildet er tatt nær Plutos ekavator og viser fjell som er opptil 3500m høye ift. til overflaten.

    The mountains likely formed no more than 100 million years ago -- mere youngsters relative to the 4.56-billion-year age of the solar system -- and may still be in the process of building, says Jeff Moore of New Horizons’ Geology, Geophysics and Imaging Team (GGI). That suggests the close-up region, which covers less than one percent of Pluto’s surface, may still be geologically active today.
    Dermed er Plutos overflate en av de yngste i solsystemet.

    Charon:
    Også her ser forskerne en relativt ung overflate som er reformet av geologisk aktivitet. Man ser også dype kløfter og høye klipper, til venstre på bildet, som styrker denne teorien.

    Disse bildene er komprimerte for å minimere mengden data som sendes tilbake til jorden. Mer høyoppløselige bilder vil komme etterhvert.




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    Beintøft!

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    Var en grunn til at vi startet eget fokus sub-forum for Romfart her på Milforum:

    Quietly and without most people noticing, the world’s leading space powers — the United States, China and Russia — have been deploying new and more sophisticated weaponry in space.

    A United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket carrying the third Mobile User Objective System satellite for the U.S. Navy lifts off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, January 20, 2015 U.S. Navy
    If it comes to a war in space, U.S. appears to have the advantage

    Quietly and without most people noticing, the world’s leading space powers — the United States, China and Russia — have been deploying new and more sophisticated weaponry in space. Earth’s orbit is looking more and more like the planet’s surface — heavily armed and primed for war. A growing number of “inspection” satellites lurk in orbit, possibly awaiting commands to sneak up on and disable or destroy other satellites. Down on the surface, more and more warships and ground installations pack powerful rockets that, with accurate guidance, could reach into orbit to destroy enemy spacecraft.

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    Norsk teknologi overvåker skipstrafikken på verdens hav

    Norsk teknologi overvåker skipstrafikken på verdens hav - Aftenposten

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    Fighting the next war in space


    By David Axe

    London - Quietly and without most people noticing, the world's leading space powers - the United States, China and Russia - have been deploying new and more sophisticated weaponry in space.

    Earth's orbit is looking more and more like the planet's surface - heavily armed and primed for war. A growing number of “inspection” satellites lurk in orbit, possibly awaiting commands to sneak up on and disable or destroy other satellites. Down on the surface, more and more warships and ground installations pack powerful rockets that, with accurate guidance, could reach into orbit to destroy enemy spacecraft.

    A war in orbit could wreck the delicate satellite constellations that the world relies on for navigation, communication, scientific research and military surveillance. Widespread orbital destruction could send humanity through a technological time warp. “You go back to World War Two,” Air Force General John Hyten, in charge of US Space Command, told 60 Minutes. “You go back to the Industrial Age.”

    They join a growing number of space weapons guided by expanding networks of Earth-based and orbital sensors on a new, distant battlefront of a so far bloodless neo-Cold War.
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    US Military's Top-Secret X-37B Space Plane Mission Nears 3-Month Mark

    by Leonard David, Space.com's Space Insider Columnist

    The United States Air Force's X-37B space plane has now been in orbit for nearly three months on its fourth mystery mission.


    The X-37B spacecraft launched aboard a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket from Florida's Cape Canaveral Air Force Station on May 20, kicking off a mission dubbed OTV-4 (short for Orbital Test Vehicle-4). During its nearly 100-day trek in orbit, the X-37B has been spotted by amateur astronomers on Earth as it carries out is secret mission.


    OTV-4 is the second flight of the second X-37B vehicle built for the Air Force by Boeing. To date, only two reusable X-37B vehicles have been confirmed as constituting the fleet.


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    The small, planelike craft is known as the XS-1. It is hoped the craft could quickly launch small satellites that could defend against the growing threat of Russian and Chinese space weapons.


    The X-37b's big brother revealed: Boeing bags $6.6m contract to design reusable XS-1 robot spaceplane that will launch secret spy satellites and space weapons

    • XS-1 spacecraft will be far larger than secretive X-37b test plane
    • Expected to use engine developed by Jeff Bezos's Blue Origin
    • Will fly like a normal plane, releasing second stage to launch satellite
    • Can then return to Earth and fly again within 24 hours

    ByMark Prigg For Dailymail.com

    Boeing has been awarded a $6.6m contract to design a cheap, reusable mini shuttle that can launch military satellites.
    The small, planelike craft is known as the XS-1 program—short for 'eXperimental Spaceplane 1', and could blast off in 2019 on its first test mission.
    It is hoped the craft could quickly launch small satellites that could defend against the growing threat of Russian and Chinese space weapons.
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    Første danske skal ut i rommet - mor er bekymret Første danske skal ut i rommet - mor er bekymret - NRK Viten - Nyheter innen vitenskap og forskning


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    Chinese secret military satellite launched into orbit

    A secretive satellite was launched by China from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center on Saturday. Launch of the unknown spacecraft – unofficially claimed to be the Communications Engineering Test Satellite -1 (TXJSSY-1) – took place at 15:40 UTC using a Long March-3B (Chang Zheng-3B) rocket, as the Chinese continue their build up in space.There is very little information regarding the satellite, with no announcement provided in the Chinese media, despite the media heavily controlled by the Chinese government.However, rumors circling on specialized Chinese space forums point to this launch involving the first Great Wall (Changcheng) satellite – a new series of Chinese satellites dedicated to early warning similar to the American Space Based Infra-Red Sensor satellites. One unofficial source claimed the spacecraft is the Communications Engineering Test Satellite -1 (TXJSSY-1)

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    Blir jo litt spennende:

    NASA to reveal 'Mars mystery solved'


    NASA reveals major Mars discovery Monday - CNN.com

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    Nasa lover oppsiktsvekkende nyheter fra Mars

    Den amerikanske romfartsorganisasjonen Nasa skal avsløre «løsningen på Mars-mysteriet» under en pressekonferanse kl. 17.30.

    Under mandagens pressekonferanse skal Nasa offentliggjøre det de kaller et «større vitenskapelig funn» fra utforskingen av Mars.
    Mangelen på informasjon om hva funnet dreier seg om har gjort at fantasien har løpt løpsk hos mange.
    På sosiale medier og særlig på Twitter er det mange som mer eller mindre alvorlig spekulerer i at Nasa har oppdaget marsboere eller små grønne menn.
    Oppdaget flytende vann

    Få minutter før pressekonferansen ble det kjent at Nasa har oppdaget at det høyst sannsynlig er flytende vann på Mars.





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    Interaktiv grafikk: Se alle satellitter som kretser rundt jorden.

    Interactive graphic: Every active satellite orbiting earth - Quartz

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    Last week, the internet was abuzz with the news of a mysterious object orbiting a distant star 1,500 light-years away that was blocking a huge amount of its light. With no obvious candidate for what the object could be, one scientist suggested the very faint possibility that it could be artificial in nature – yes, made by aliens.

    “Aliens should always be the very last hypothesis you consider, but this looked like something you would expect an alien civilization to build,” Jason Wright, an astrophysicist from Pennsylvania State University, told The Atlantic. Wright wasn't directly involved in the study, which has been published in Arxiv, but made his comments after discussing the findings with lead author Tabetha Boyajian.

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    “The launch of the satellite by China is a special gift to Laos to mark the 40th anniversary of the Lao People's Democratic Republic on December 2,” the Laotian Minister of Posts and Telecommunications Hiem Phommachanh told national media ahead of launch.

    Laosat-1 will operate in a geostationary orbit at 128.5° East, a slot reserved for Laos. The expected lifetime is 15 years, with 14 C band and 8 Ku band transponders for various communication services.

    http://gbtimes.com/china/laosat-1-ch...-long-march-3b

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    Chinese, Lao leaders mark successful launch of communication satellite - People's Daily Online


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