Weekly Spacecraft Mission News (English, German) – 09.01.20

Front Page / Titelseite

Space Telescope CHEOPS / Weltraum Teleskop CHEOPS

Planetary Society Blog: CHEOPS Exoplanet Mission Launches, ISS Test Flight Goes Awry

Welcome to issue 12 of The Downlink, a planetary exploration news roundup from The Planetary Society! Most of our staff will be on vacation next week, so this will be our last Downlink of the year.!

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Liftoff for Cheops, ESA’s exoplanet mission

ESA’s Cheops mission lifted off on a Soyuz-Fregat launcher from Europe’s Spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana, at 09:54:20 CET on 18 December on its exciting mission to characterise planets orbiting stars other than the Sun.

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Cheops soll nach unbekannten Exoplaneten Ausschau halten

51 Pegasi b war der erste, inzwischen haben Forscher 4000 Planeten bei anderen Sternen entdeckt. Jetzt soll ein neues Teleskop lebensfreundliche aufspüren.

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Cheops: ESA-Sonde zur Erforschung von Exoplaneten vor dem Start

Am Dienstag soll ESA-Sonde Cheops starten, die bereits bekannte Exoplaneten vermessen soll. Damit soll geklärt werden, woraus die bestehen.

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Raketenstart geglückt: ESA-Sonde Cheops auf dem Weg in ihren Orbit

Die ESA hat erstmals eine Sonde nicht zur Suche nach, sondern zur Erforschung von Exoplaneten ins All gebracht. Der Start erfolgte am Mittwoch.

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Liftoff for CHEOPS, ESA’s exoplanet mission

ESA’s CHEOPS mission lifted off on a Soyuz-Fregat launcher from Europe’s Spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana, at 09:54:20 CET on 18 December on its exciting mission to characterise planets orbiting stars other than the Sun.

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ESA-Weltraumteleskop Cheops ist ins All gestartet, um Exoplaneten zu erforschen

Das ESA-Weltraumteleskop Cheops ist am 18. Dezember um 09:54:20 CET mit einer Sojus-Fregat-Rakete vom europäischen Weltraumbahnhof in Kourou, Französisch-Guyana, ins Weltall gestartet – zu einer spannenden Mission: Es wird extrasolare Planeten, sogenannte Exoplaneten, charakterisieren. Das sind Planeten, die andere Sterne als die Sonne umkreisen.

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NASA’s TESS Planet Hunter / TESS Planetenjäger der NASA

NASA’s TESS Planet Hunter Finds Its 1st Earth-Size World in ‚Habitable Zone‘

For the first time, the agency’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) has discovered a roughly Earth-size planet in the habitable zone of its host star, the zone of orbital distances where liquid water could be stable on a world’s surface.

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NASA Planet Hunter Finds Earth-Size Habitable-Zone World

NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite has discovered its first Earth-size planet in its star’s habitable zone, the range of distances where conditions may be just right to allow the presence of liquid water on the surface. Scientists confirmed the find, called TOI 700 d, using NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope and have modeled the planet’s potential environments to help inform future observations.

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Die “lebensfreundliche zweite Erde” von TOI-700d ist vielleicht keine lebensfreundliche zweite Erde

Zur Zeit überschlagen sich die Überschriften mal wieder: “TESS findet ersten habitablen Erdzwilling”. Oder: “Naher Erdzwilling ist lebensfreundlich”. Oder “Zweite Erde in bewohnbarer Zone entdeckt”. Oder “NASA-Satellit entdeckt zweite Erde”. Oder “Hier lässt es sich leben: Forscher entdecken vermutlich neue Erde”. Oder “Bewohnbarer Planet ist uns „relativ“ nah: Nasa-Satellit entdeckt zweite Erde”. Was ist das los? Wer ist “TESS” und ist “neue Erde” wirklich so super lebensfreundlich? Fangen wir mit TESS an.

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Hubble Telescope / Hubble Weltraumteleskop

The Hubble Telescope Turns 30 This Year. Here’s How Astronomers Will Celebrate.

Astronomers kicked off 2020 by welcoming the 30th anniversary year of NASA’s venerable Hubble Space Telescope in Honolulu at their largest annual gathering

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The Hubble Telescope Turns 30 This Year. Here’s How Astronomers Will Celebrate.

Astronomers kicked off 2020 by welcoming the 30th anniversary year of NASA’s venerable Hubble Space Telescope in Honolulu at their largest annual gathering

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James Web Space Telescope

James Webb Space Telescope on Track for March 2021 Launch, NASA Says

NASA’s next flagship space telescope is still on track for a launch in March 2021 despite longstanding scheduling concerns, according to agency personnel.

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Nasa Insight Mars Lander

NASA’s Mars Lander ‚Mole‘ Is Digging Again as Marsquake Mystery Baffles Scientists

The troubled „mole“ on NASA’s InSight Mars lander is moving again, even as scientists working on the robot’s seismometer ponder new marsquake mysteries.

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International Space Station / Internationale Raumstation

Dragon Delays Departure While Crew Studies Space Biology and Botany

The Expedition 61 crew aboard the International Space Station is preparing to bid farewell to a U.S. space freighter.  The astronauts are also exploring what microgravity does to biology and botany to improve life for astronauts and Earthlings.

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Dragon-Frachter nach Abkopplung von der ISS auf Heimatkurs

Der US-Frachter Dragon, der am 9. Dezember 2,6 Tonnen Nachschub zur Internationalen Raumstation ISS gebracht hatte, hat die Station am Dienstag kurz nach 11 Uhr deutscher Zeit wieder verlassen. Er soll am Abend mit 1,6 Tonnen Rückfracht an Bord vor der kalifornischen Küste wassern, teilte die US-Luft- […]

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Dragon Splashes Down in Pacific Returning Science and Cargo

The SpaceX Dragon spacecraft splashed down at 10:42 a.m. in the Pacific Ocean about 271 miles southwest of Long Beach, California, marking the end of the company’s 19th contracted cargo resupply mission to the International Space Station for NASA.

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Crucial Safety Test of SpaceX’s Crew Dragon Capsule Delayed to Jan. 18

SpaceX’s Crew Dragon astronaut taxi will have to wait at least another week to show its emergency-escape skills in flight.

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SpaceX Dragon Returns to Earth After Delivering NASA Supplies to Space Station

A SpaceX Dragon spacecraft returned to Earth Tuesday (Jan. 7) after a monthlong cargo delivery mission to the International Space Station for NASA.

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Spacewalk Preps Underway Amidst Space Research

The Expedition 61 crew is gearing up for the first three spacewalks of 2020 set for this month. Meanwhile, the International Space Station is bustling with an array of microgravity research activities today.

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Moon / Mond

Mond: Wassersuche mithilfe von Lasern

An den Polen des Mondes haben Sonden in den vergangenen Jahren Hinweise auf Wasser gefunden, was diese Regionen zu einem interessanten Ziel für künftige Missionen macht. Doch wie lässt sich Wasser hier sicher nachweisen? Diese Frage versucht man im Rahmen des Projekts LUVMI-X zu beantworten – durch die Entwicklung eines speziellen Lasersystems für die Spektroskopie.

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Indien: Nächster Flug zum Mond noch 2020, bemannter Raumflug in Vorbereitung

2019 war Indien mit der weichen Mondlandung gescheitert, schon bald soll sie klappen. Und es wurden Astronauten für den ersten bemannten Raumflug ausgewählt.

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India Is Officially Going Back to the Moon with Chandrayaan-3 Lunar Lander

The Chandrayaan-3 mission, which will consist of a lunar rover and a stationary lander, has been approved, Indian space officials announced Wednesday (Jan. 1).

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Solar System / Sonnensystem

Hello, Venus! Parker Solar Probe Makes Second Planetary Flyby.

The sun is right there in the name of NASA’s Parker Solar Probe, but a second mission of opportunity may make the spacecraft just as vital to Venus scientists as to those studying our local star.

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Mars Express tracks the phases of Phobos

ESA’s Mars Express has captured detailed views of the small, scarred and irregularly shaped moon Phobos from different angles during a unique flyby.

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It’s No Lark: NASA Asteroid Mission Picks ‚Nightingale‘ As Sampling Site

We now know where NASA’s first asteroid sample-return mission aims to snag its otherworldly stuff.

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Life on Mars? Europe Commits to Groundbreaking Mission to Bring Back Rocks to Earth

It will be one of the most daunting, complicated and, potentially, scientifically rewarding missions ever undertaken to the red planet.

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Mars Express tracks the phases of Phobos

ESA’s Mars Express has captured detailed views of the small, scarred and irregularly shaped moon Phobos from different angles during a unique flyby.

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It’s No Lark: NASA Asteroid Mission Picks ‚Nightingale‘ As Sampling Site

We now know where NASA’s first asteroid sample-return mission aims to snag its otherworldly stuff.

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Life on Mars? Europe Commits to Groundbreaking Mission to Bring Back Rocks to Earth

It will be one of the most daunting, complicated and, potentially, scientifically rewarding missions ever undertaken to the red planet.

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Beyond Solar System / Milchstraße & Kosmos

Hubble Views a Galaxy with an Active Center

This swirling mass of celestial gas, dust and stars is a moderately luminous spiral galaxy named ESO 021-G004, located just under 130 million light-years away.

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Hubble Surveys Gigantic Galaxy [heic2002]

To kickstart the 30th anniversary year of the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope, Hubble has imaged a majestic spiral galaxy. Galaxy UGC 2885 may be the largest known in the local universe. It is 2.5 times wider than our Milky Way and contains 10 times as many stars.

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Famous Black Hole Has Jet Pushing Cosmic Speed Limit

These images show evidence from NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory that the black hole in the galaxy M87 is blasting particles out at over 99% the speed of light

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NASA’s Great Observatories Help Astronomers Build a 3D Visualization of Exploded Star

Astronomers and visualization specialists from NASA’s Universe of Learning program have combined X-ray, visible, and infrared wavelengths to create a 3D representation of the dynamic Crab Nebula.

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Hubble Views a Galaxy with an Active Center

This swirling mass of celestial gas, dust and stars is a moderately luminous spiral galaxy named ESO 021-G004, located just under 130 million light-years away.

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Hubble Surveys Gigantic Galaxy [heic2002]

To kickstart the 30th anniversary year of the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope, Hubble has imaged a majestic spiral galaxy. Galaxy UGC 2885 may be the largest known in the local universe. It is 2.5 times wider than our Milky Way and contains 10 times as many stars.

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Famous Black Hole Has Jet Pushing Cosmic Speed Limit

These images show evidence from NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory that the black hole in the galaxy M87 is blasting particles out at over 99% the speed of light

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NASA’s Great Observatories Help Astronomers Build a 3D Visualization of Exploded Star

Astronomers and visualization specialists from NASA’s Universe of Learning program have combined X-ray, visible, and infrared wavelengths to create a 3D representation of the dynamic Crab Nebula.

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Technology / Technologie

Boeing Starliner

US-Raumschiff Starliner sicher gelandet –   Testflug nach Software-Panne damit zumindest partiell geglückt

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Boeing’s Starliner Mission Flops Due To A Broken Clock

Boeing’s Starliner was launched on time this morning. ULA gave it a perfect flight up to the point where the spacecraft separated. Then things started to go wrong.

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Boeing’s Starliner Spacecraft Touches Down in New Mexico

Boeing’s CST-100 Starliner spacecraft completed the first touchdown on land of a human-rated space capsule in U.S. history Sunday, Dec. 22, 2019, at White Sands Space Harbor in New Mexico, wrapping up the uncrewed Orbital Flight Test as part of NASA’s Commercial Crew Program.

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Boeing’s 1st Starliner Spacecraft Lands in New Mexico After Shortened Test Flight

Boeing’s first Starliner spacecraft wasn’t able to rendezvous with the International Space Station as planned, but it still notched a big milestone with a safe touchdown Sunday morning (Dec. 22).

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Stranded in Orbit: What’s Next for Boeing’s Starliner Capsule

Starliner won’t make it to the International Space Station this weekend as planned, but Boeing’s crew capsule still has a busy few days ahead of it.

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NASA Astronauts Aren’t Worried About Safety After Boeing Starliner Anomaly

The uncrewed Boeing Starliner test capsule that launched today won’t reach the International Space Station — but astronauts scheduled for the vehicle’s next flight aren’t worried.

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Boeing’s Starliner Won’t Reach Space Station After Launch Anomaly, NASA Chief Says

Boeing’s Starliner astronaut taxi suffered an anomaly today (Dec. 20) during its flight to the International Space Station during the Orbital Flight Test (OFT) mission.

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NASA Mars 2020 Rover

Media Get a Close-Up of NASA’s Mars 2020 Rover

The clean room at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory was open to the media to see NASA’s next Mars explorer before it leaves for Florida in preparation for a summertime launch.

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Watch NASA’s Mars 2020 Rover Ace Its 1st Test Drive (Video)

NASA’s Mars 2020 rover has taken its first test drive, representing a significant milestone in preparing to launch to the Red Planet next summer.

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Media Meet NASA’s Mars 2020 Rover and Builders

Members of the media walked the clean-room floor at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, on Dec. 27 to glimpse the agency’s Mars 2020 rover and speak with experts working on the mission. It was the media’s only opportunity to see the rover from inside the clean room prior to its shipment to Cape Canaveral in February.

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Further Technology News / Weitere Technologie Meldungen

Successful Long March 5 launch opens way for China’s major space plans – SpaceNews.com

China is clear to embark on ambitious exploration and space station missions following a successful return-to-flight Friday of the Long March 5. Liftoff from the Wenchang Satellite Launch Center, south China, occurred at 7:45 a.m. Eastern. The Shijian-20 communications satellite successfully separated from the upper stage and entered geostationary transfer orbit 40 minutes later. The China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC), the state-owned main contractor for the country’s space programs, declared mission success within an hour of launch.

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Chinas „Langer Marsch 5“ ist nun wieder im Spiel

Mit dem erfolgreichen Start einer Langer Marsch 5 am 27. Dezember ist die u.a. für den Aufbau der Raumstation und neuen Missionen zu Mond und Mars benötigte chinesische Rakete 2 ½ Jahre nach einem Fehlstart endlich wieder da – und hat dies mit dem spektakulären Reentry der ersten Stufe über Guam unterstrichen: weitere Visuals hier, hier, hier (früher) und hier, Artikel hier, hier, hier, hier, hier, hier und hier, mehr Links und Vorberichte hier, hier, hier, hier und hier.

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NASA’s New Mars 2020 Car May Look Like the Curiosity Rover, But It’s No Twin

NASA plans to launch a rover to Mars this July to hunt for signs of ancient Red Planet life. The new Mars 2020 rover’s body is similar to that of the older Curiosity, but the two machines are different in important ways.

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Falcon 9 bringt 60 Starlink-Internet-Satelliten ins All

Eine schwere Falcon 9-Trägerrakete von SpaceX hat in der Nacht zum Dienstag 60 Starlink-Internet-Satelliten ins All gebracht. Der Start erfolgte um 4.19 Uhr vom Weltraumbahnhof Cape Canaveral (Florida). Dabei kam die wiederverwendbare Erststufe des Träger bereits das vierte Mal zum Einsatz. Damit verfügt das Starlink-Netz nunmehr über 180 Satelliten. […]

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SpaceX Just Launched a Fleet of Starlink Satellites. Here’s How to Spot Them in the Sky.

SpaceX just launched its latest batch of Starlink internet satellites, and you might be able to spot the craft overhead if you know where to look.

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NASA Loses Contact with Tiny Exoplanet-Hunting Satellite

NASA lost touch with a small planet-hunting satellite in December while the telescope was in its third mission extension.

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Die Hitze ist die größte Herausforderung

Im Februar 2020 startet die ESA-Sonde „Solar Orbiter“ ins All und soll die Sonne aus nächster Nähe betrachten, zum ersten Mal hochauflösende Bilder der Sonnenpole aufnehmen und unser Verständnis der Auswirkungen der Sonnenaktivität auf die Erde verbessern. Derzeit laufen im Satellitenkontrollzentrum der ESA in Darmstadt Trainingsphasen für das Flugkontrollteam des Orbiters.

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World / Welt

Arianespace and ESA announce the Euclid satellite’s launch contract for dark energy exploration

Arianespace and ESA today announced the signature of a launch services contract for the Euclid satellite – with the mission’s timeframe for liftoff starting in mid-2022 from the Guiana Space Centre, Europe’s Spaceport in French Guiana.

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Arianespace plant acht Starts von Baikonur und Wostotschny

Das Start- und Vermarktungsunternehmen Arianespace plant für das laufende Jahr acht Starts von den Kosmodromen Baikonur (Kasachstan) und Wostotschny im Amur-Gebiet. Dabei würden OneWeb-Satelliten ins All geschossen, meldet die Moskauer Nachrichtenagentur TASS. Konkrete Startdaten seien aber noch nicht genannt worden. Der erste Start werde aber möglicherweise am 30. Januar stattfinden.

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Science / Wissenschaft

How NASA’s Webb Telescope Will Search for Oxygen on Alien Worlds

A new approach to detecting oxygen in the atmospheres of other planets may aid in the search for life beyond Earth.

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New Technique May Give NASA’s Webb Telescope a Way to Quickly Identify Planets with Oxygen

Researchers may have found a way that NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope can quickly identify nearby planets that could be promising for our search for life, as well as worlds that are uninhabitable because their oceans have vaporized.

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Das Ende des Gouldschen Gürtels?

Als Gouldschen Gürtel bezeichnet man eine Ansammlung von hellen Sternen und Sternentstehungsgebieten in der Sonnenumgebung. Um was es sich dabei genau handelt, war bislang unklar. Eine neue Auswertung von Gaia-Daten deutet nun darauf hin, dass der Gürtel nur ein Projektionseffekt sein könnte. Stattdessen entdeckte man eine ausgedehnte Wellenstruktur aus Gas.

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History / Geschichte

50 Jahre Mondlandung – Nach Apollo

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

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The Decade in Spaceflight: NASA Shuttles Retired as Private Spaceships Took Flight in the 2010s

As the 2010s come to a close, it’s time to revisit how some of the biggest space science stories shaped the decade.

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