Weekly Spacecraft Mission News (English, German) – 31.10.19

Front Page / Titelseite

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Mars Rover 2020

Mars 2020 Stands on Its Own Six Wheels

In time-lapse video, taken at JPL, captures the first time NASA’s Mars 2020 rover carries its full weight on its legs and wheels.

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Mars 2020 Unwrapped and Ready for More Testing

In time-lapse video, bunny-suited engineers remove the inner layer of protective foil on NASA’s Mars 2020 rover after it was relocated for testing.

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NASA’s Mars 2020 Rover Tests Descent-Stage Separation

A crane lifts the rocket-powered descent stage away from NASA’s Mars 2020 rover after technicians tested the pyrotechnic charges that separate the two spacecraft.

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Mars 2020 Rover Cost Could Starve Other Red Planet Missions

The Mars science community is concerned that the growing costs of NASA’s Mars 2020 rover mission could affect the availability of funds for other robotic missions.

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Further news / Weitere Nachrichten

German X-Ray Telescope Takes First Images of Universe. Here They Are!

The first images from a dark-energy-hunting telescope have been revealed, and they’re spectacular.

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NASA’s Planet-Hunting Probe Joins the Search for Intelligent Aliens

Scientists working on NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite mission will collaborate with the $100 million Breakthrough Listen project in the search for intelligent aliens, members of both teams announced today (Oct. 23).

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New era of locally-sourced resources in space

This month space experts from all over the world convened in Luxembourg for the first Space Resources Week to discuss how best to explore our Solar System sustainably and limit costly transport of resources from Earth. For example, can we produce water and oxygen on the Moon?

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New space station opportunity for university students

ESA Education is inviting university student teams to submit proposals related to designing, building and operating an experiment that will be launched to the International Space Station and hosted inside the ICE Cubes facility for up to 4 months.

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Solar Orbiter at IABG

ESA’s Solar Orbiter at IABG in Ottobrunn, Germany, before it starts its journey to Cape Canaveral in Florida, USA. Solar Orbiter will perform a close-up study of our Sun and the Sun-Earth connection to better understand the behaviour of the star on which our lives depend.

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Solar Orbiter ready to depart Europe

ESA’s Solar Orbiter mission has completed its test campaign in Europe and is now being packed ready for its journey to Cape Canaveral at the end of this month, ahead of launch in February 2020.

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Here’s How NASA Might Bring Home Pieces of Mars (In a Darth Vader Helmet)

Scientists studying Mars have wanted pieces of the Red Planet here on Earth for decades, and they are finally getting their shot at designing a mission to acquire such souvenirs.

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Off-World Series! NASA’s ‚Astros‘ Play Baseball on Space Station (Video)

Jessica Meir, Christina Koch and Drew Morgan played a little baseball aboard the International Space Station recently to celebrate the ongoing Fall Classic, which pits the Washington Nationals against the Houston Astros.

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Nasa Insight Mars Lander

Mars InSight’s Mole Has Partially Backed Out of Its Hole

After making progress over the past several weeks digging into the surface of Mars, InSight’s mole has backed about halfway out of its hole this past weekend.

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Mars InSight Is Having Some Mole Issues

We are aware that there is a problem with the mole on @NASAInSight that we have been trying to get into the ground. We’re analyzing the problem and will share what we have tonight and provide more detailed information tomorrow after engineers have analyzed the data.

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The ‚Mole‘ on NASA’s InSight Mars Lander Just Popped Out Of Its Hole (and That’s Not Good)

The mole’s up-and-down Mars saga has taken yet another turn.

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Rückschlag: Mars-Bohrinstrument HP³ buddelt sich selbst wieder aus Loch

Eigentlich sah es so aus, als würde sich das Bohrinstrument HP³ langsam wieder tiefer in den Marsboden graben. Nun folgte aber wohl ein Rückschlag.

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Roter Planet: Steht der Marsmaulwurf vor dem Aus?

Der Marsmaulwurf der NASA-Sonde InSight ist unerwartet aus seinem Bohrloch nach oben gekrochen – das sind sehr schlechte Nachrichten für dieses Experiment.

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International Space Station / Internationale Raumstation

DESIS: Spektrometer auf der ISS im Regelbetrieb

Vor über einem Jahr wurde auf der Internationalen Raumstation ISS das hyperspektrale Erdbeobachtungsinstrument DESIS montiert und kurze Zeit später aktiviert. Nach einer umfangreichen Kalibrierungsphase hat das Instrument nun den Regelbetrieb aufgenommen. Es liefert detaillierte Daten, die etwa für den Umweltschutz und die Landwirtschaft nützlich sind. (25. Oktober 2019)

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DESIS nimmt operationellen Betrieb in der ISS auf

Das Earth Sensing Imaging Spectrometer (DESIS) des Deutschen Zentrums für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR) hat in der Internationalen Raumstation ISS den operationellen Betrieb aufgenommen. Das teilten das DLR und seine US-Partnerfirma Teledyne Brown Engineering (TBE) auf dem Internationalen Astronautischen Kongresses (IAC) in Washington mit.

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UNOOSA und Airbus bieten Nutzung der Bartolomeo-Plattform auf der ISS an

Das Büro der Vereinten Nationen für Weltraumfragen (UNOOSA) und Airbus haben auf dem Internationalen Astronautischen Kongress (IAC) in Washington die Nutzung der an der Internationalen Raumstation ISS angedockten Bartolomeo-Plattform angeboten. Die Bartolomeo-Mission ist eines von mehreren Forschungs- und Orbitalprojekten der UNOOSA-Initiative Access to Space for All, mit der allen Staaten, […]

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US-Bordküche in der ISS zeitweilig ausgefallen

Die Bordküche im amerikanischen Segment der Internationalen Raumstation ISS ist zeitweilig kalt geblieben. Wegen eines Kurschlusses am Dienstag fielen der Warmwasserbereiter und die Kochplatte im Unity-Modul aus, wie das Flugleitzentrum in Houston (Texas) mitteilte. Deshalb mussten sich die Astronauten im russischen Swesda-Modul mit heißem Wasser für ihren Kaffee oder Tee […]

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Astronauts Explore How Space Impacts Brain and Muscles

Brain and muscle research were on today’s schedule of human research aboard the International Space Station. The Expedition 61 crew also ensured the plumbing and air conditioning systems stay in tip-top shape.

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Crew Explores Space Biology, Reviews Particle Detector Repairs

The six residents living aboard the International Space Station are busy today ensuring advanced microgravity research continues to provide benefits for citizens on Earth and in space. The Expedition 61 crew is also brushing up on repair techniques for a cosmic particle detector attached to the outside of the orbiting lab.

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Spacesuits, Science and Maintenance on Crew Schedule Today

The Expedition 61 crew tackled a variety of maintenance jobs and microgravity science onboard the International Space Station today. The orbital residents are also gearing up for the departure of a Japanese cargo ship and more spacewalks tentatively scheduled for November.

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Northrop Grumman Names 12th Cygnus Spaceship for Apollo 12 Astronaut

Northrop Grumman is remembering an Apollo 12 moonwalker with the naming of its 12th spacecraft to resupply the International Space Station.

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European boost to the all-in-one Bartolomeo service for the Space Station

Quick access to space and high-speed data transfer are paving the way for competitive science on the International Space Station. The Bartolomeo external platform received a boost today as ESA and Airbus confirmed their interest in using this new space-based vantage point for several experiments.

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Luca Parmitano takes command

Russian Cosmonaut Aleksei Ovtchinin passes the command of the International Space Station to Luca Parmitano in an official ceremony held on 2 October 2019. The ESA astronaut is the third European and the first Italian to have such responsibilities on the Space Station. Luca is Commander for Expedition 61, and for the second part of his second space mission known as Beyond.

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Crew Gearing Up for U.S. and Japanese Cargo Ship Activities

A Japanese cargo vehicle will be departing the International Space Station and a U.S. vehicle beginning its trip there this Saturday. The Expedition 61 crew is getting ready for both missions while staying busy with space research and lab maintenance.

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Spacesuits, Human Research, Robotics Training Ahead of Cargo Missions

The six-member Expedition 61 crew juggled spacesuit maintenance and human research activities aboard the International Space Station today. The orbital residents are also getting ready to send off and receive resupply ships.

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Space Station Cygnus special

Another two weeks have flown by at 28 000 km an hour on the International Space Station and the astronauts are preparing to step outside again for a series of complex spacewalks in November.

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Radiation Experiment, Cookie Oven and More Headed to Space Station on Cygnus Cargo Ship

An Antares rocket is set to launch a bevy of crew supplies and scientific cargo to the International Space Station this upcoming weekend (Nov. 2) from NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia.

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Earth / Erde

SpaceX’s Starlink Broadband Service Will Begin in 2020: Report

SpaceX will begin offering its Starlink broadband satellite internet service in 2020, according to SpaceNews.

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Satellites Track California’s Devastating Kincade Wildfire from Space

California residents spent an anxious weekend tracking the path of a wildfire through Sonoma County north of San Francisco Bay — and satellites have been watching along with locals.

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Moon / Mond

A NASA Spacecraft Still Hasn’t Spotted India’s Ill-Fated Moon Lander

NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter has passed over the targeted landing site of India’s Vikram spacecraft and again been unable to spot the vehicle.

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Is This Any Way To Go Back To The Moon?

„NASA should focus major new development on an integrated lander/ascent vehicle launched on an SLS 1B. With Orion launched on a separate SLS, the lunar landing would be achieved with these two flights, and at most one commercial launch with additional fuel. This is a much simpler approach with a significantly higher probability of success.“

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Solar System / Sonnensystem

New Selfie Shows Curiosity, the Mars Chemist

The NASA rover performed a special chemistry experiment at the location captured in its newest self-portrait.

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HiRISE Views NASA’s InSight and Curiosity on Mars

New images taken from space offer the clearest orbital glimpse yet of InSight as well as a view of Curiosity rolling along.

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NASA’s Curiosity Rover Finds an Ancient Oasis on Mars

New evidence suggests salty, shallow ponds once dotted a Martian crater — a sign of the planet’s drying climate.

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NASA Europa Mission Could Potentially Spot Signs of Alien Life

If there’s life on Jupiter’s ocean moon Europa, an upcoming NASA mission might be able to sniff it out.

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BepiColombo Spacecraft Documents 1st Year in Space with Selfies

The BepiColombo spacecraft is en route to Mercury and has snapped several selfies to document its travel over the last year.

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Mars Express umrundete den Roten Planeten 20.000 Mal

Mars Express, die erste Planetenmission der Europäischen Weltraumorganisation ESA, ist ein wahrer Marathonläufer unter den Raumsonden. Gestartet am 2. Juni 2003 und in der Nacht auf den 25. Dezember desselben Jahres am Mars angekommen, umrundete „MEX“ am Samstag den Planeten zum 20.000. Mal, teilte das Deutsche Zentrum für Luft- und […]

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PIA23439: From High to Low

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Beyond Solar System / Milchstraße & Kosmos

Chandra Spots a Mega-Cluster of Galaxies in the Making

When two pairs of galaxy clusters collide, the result is not four separate objects, but one giant galaxy cluster.

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Hubble captures cosmic face [heic1919]

In celebration of Halloween, this new image from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope captures two galaxies of equal size in a collision that appears to resemble a ghostly face. This observation was made on 19 June 2019 in visible light by the telescope’s Advanced Camera for Surveys.

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Technology / Technologie

US-Mini-Shuttle X-37B nach 780 Tagen zur Erde zurückgekehrt 

Nach der Rekordzeit von 780 Tagen im All ist der geheime Mini-Shuttle X-37B der U.S. Air Force am Sonntag wieder auf dem Weltraumbahnhof Cape Canaveral (Florida) gelandet. Es war dies die fünfte und bisher längste unbemannte Mission des Raumfahrzeuges, wie eine Militärsprecherin mitteilte.

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X-37B: Geheime Weltraumdrohne der Air Force nach Rekordflug zurück auf der Erde

Nach mehr als zwei Jahren ist ein Raumgleiter des US-Militärs auf die Erde zurückgekehrt. Was X-37B im All gemacht hat, ist unklar – auch über einen Spionageeinsatz wird spekuliert.

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US Air Force’s X-37B Space Plane Lands After Record 780-Day Mystery Mission

The U.S. Air Force’s unpiloted X-37B space plane landed back on Earth Sunday (Oct. 27) after a record 780 days in orbit , racking up the fifth ultra-long mission for the military’s mini-shuttle fleet.

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NASA Will Launch a Lunar VIPER to Hunt 

The Downlink: Shields Up for James Webb, Breakthrough Eyes New SETI Targets

Planetary exploration news for busy people

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#5: JUICE begins to take shape

The assembly of the flight model of ESA’s JUICE spacecraft began in September, with the delivery of the spacecraft’s primary structure, followed by integration of the propulsion system that will enable the mission to reach and study Jupiter and its moons.

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Moon Water in 2022

NASA has unveiled a new spacecraft that the agency hopes to send to the moon to scout out water ice near the lunar south pole. Many people see lunar water as a vital resource for future missions.

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Closed water loop

Visitors to ESA’s Open Day in the Netherlands could relieve themselves and quench their thirst in one go, thanks to technology developed for space.The Semilla Sanitation Hubs’ unit provided toilet and washing facilities that recover and treat wastewater for continuous use. To demonstrate the reliability of the closed-loop system, the visitors could enjoy some tea and associated explanation about the Closed Water Loop.

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NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope Passes Vital Sun Shield Test

NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope has passed a major milestone with a successful test of the spacecraft’s sun shield.

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World / Welt

Weltraumbahnhof in Deutschland?

Ein Weltraumbahnhof in Deutschland hätte durchaus seine Vorteile. Es wäre nicht nur eine Touristenattraktion sondern auch als Wissenschaftsstandort gut geeignet. Besonders da die Raumfahrt in den letzten Jahren wieder boomt wie lange nicht mehr, neben den Vorhaben wieder Menschen auf den Mond zu schicken, planen viele Start-up Unternehmen eine vielzahl von kleinen Kommunikationssatelliten in unsere Umlaufbahn zu schicken. Kein wunder also, dass…

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NASA-Chef Bridenstine:   26 Staaten an US-Mondprogramm interessiert

26 Staaten sind nach Angaben des Chefs der US-Luft- und Raumfahrtbehörde NASA, Jim Bridenstine, an einer Teilnahme am amerikanischen Artemis-Mondprogramm interessiert. Sie hätten dies durch ihre Anwesenheit bei einer entsprechenden multilateralen Begegnung im Rahmen des Internationalen Astronautischen Kongresses (IAC) in Washington bekundet, teilte Bridenstine mit.

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Naming a NASA Mars Rover Can Change Your Life

Want to name the robotic scientist NASA is sending to Mars in 2020? The student who named Curiosity — the rover currently exploring Mars — will tell you this is an opportunity worth taking.

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NASA’s Artemis Moon Program Attracts More Nations as Potential Partners, Agency Says

There are so many nations eager to join NASA’s push to the moon that the coalition of 15 International Space Station countries may have even more company for Artemis, according to the agency.

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The Next Two Astronauts on the Moon Could Both Be Women, NASA Chief Says

Could the next two astronauts on the moon both be women? NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine thinks so.

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The New Push to the Moon Will Be a Joint Enterprise of Nations (and Companies)

The next journey to the moon will be far from a solo venture.

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NASA Contractors Build on Shuttle Legacy for Artemis Moonshot

NASA’s suppliers for Artemis are working together more closely as the agency accelerates its moon plans to land humans on the surface by 2024, company representatives said.

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Women of ESA salute first all-female spacewalk

Friday 18 October 2019 is the first all-women spacewalk on the International Space Station. This picture shows more than fifty women working at ESA’s technical heart ESTEC in the Netherlands, many working in daily Space Station support roles who gathered to show their support and highlight the role of women in space. ESA is committed to diversity and inclusion and to tackling the gender gap in science and technology.

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New space station opportunity for university students

ESA Education is inviting university student teams to submit proposals related to designing, building and operating an experiment that will be launched to the International Space Station and hosted inside the ICE Cubes facility for up to 4 months.

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European network of operations centres takes shape

ESA and the French space agency CNES have signed an important agreement that will see the two agencies improve interoperability between their mission control facilities on ground, enhancing the abilities of each organisation in space.

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Entertainment / Unterhaltung

Mars Monsters Inspired by Lovecraft’s Cthulhu Haunt Eerie ‚Moons of Madness‘ Game

„Moons of Madness“ is an eerie new video game in which horror meets spaceflight.

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Science / Wissenschaft

From ‘cavewalking’ to spacewalking

It might not be obvious, but there are many similarities between working deep underground and in outer space.Just as with spacewalks, underground ‘cavewalks’ require safety tethering, 3D orientation, careful planning and teamwork. Cave explorers need to stay alert in an environment where they are deprived of natural light and every move is a step into the unknown.

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Gaia astronomical revolution

Launched in December 2013, the Gaia mission is revolutionising our understanding of the Milky Way. The space telescope is mapping our galaxy in unprecedented detail – measuring the position, movement and distance of stars.At a meeting in Groningen in the Netherlands, scientists have been discussing the challenge of processing and visualising Gaia data.

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History / Geschichte

50 Jahre Mondlandung – Die Herausforderung zur Landung auf dem Mond

Anlässlich des 50-Jährigen-Jubiläum der Mondlandung hat unser Astronomie.de-Autor Malte Bolte einen mehrteiligen Artikel erstellt.

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