Weekly Spacecraft Mission News (English, German) – 16.04.20

Front Page / Titelseite

NASA ‚Optometrists‘ Verify Mars Perseverance Rover’s 20/20 Vision

Equipped with visionary science instruments, the Mars Perseverance rover underwent an „eye“ exam after several cameras were installed.

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Mars Helicopter Attached to NASA’s Perseverance Rover

The team also fueled the rover’s sky crane to get ready for this summer’s history-making launch.

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Trailblazing Mars helicopter attached to Perseverance rover for July launch

Technicians attached the first-of-its-kind Mars Helicopter to Perseverance’s belly on Monday (April 6) at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, where the rover is being prepped for its planned July 17 launch.

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Ground teams fuel Perseverance rover landing system, attach Mars Helicopter

Working under the cloud of the global coronavirus pandemic, technicians and engineers at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center have installed a rotor-driven drone on the agency’s next Mars rover and fueled the spacecraft’s “sky crane” landing system in preparation for launch in July.

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DLR:  Auch CIMON-2 meistert seinen Einstand auf der ISS 

— Auch CIMON-2, die Weiterentwicklung des in Deutschland gebauten Astronautenassistenten, hat seine Fähigkeiten an Bord der Internationalen Raumstation ISS in ersten Tests erfolgreich demonstriert. Der ballförmige, freifliegende, mit künstlicher Intelligenz (KI) ausgestattete Technologie-Demonstrator stellte seine Funktionalitäten in Interaktion mit dem italienischen ESA-Astronauten Luca Parmitano unter Beweis, teilte das […]

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Bridenstine says Crew Dragon could launch with astronauts at end of May

NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine says he is “fairly confident” that astronauts can fly to the International Space Station aboard SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spaceship at the end of May or early June, pending final parachute tests, data reviews and a training schedule that can escape major impacts from the coronavirus pandemic. An investigation into an engine failure on the most recent launch of SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket — the same design that will launch the Crew Dragon astronauts — is also expected to be completed in short order, Bridenstine said.

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This is How the ESA and NASA Will be Working Together to Bring Rocks Back From Mars

The ESA has entered into a lucrative collaboration to help NASA get its Martian rock samples back to Earth. The post This is How the ESA and NASA Will be Working Together to Bring Rocks Back From Mars appeared first on Universe Today.

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NASA-Rover Curiosity: Marsforschung aus dem Homeoffice

Die Arbeit mit dem Mars-Rover Curiosity erfordert jede Menge Koordination zwischen Ingenieuren und Forschern. Die Herausforderung ist gegenwärtig noch größer.

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NASA’s Curiosity Keeps Rolling As Team Operates Rover From Home

The team has learned to meet new challenges as they work remotely on the Mars mission.

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International Space Station / Internationale Raumstation

Sojus MS-16 legt problemlos an der ISS an –  Neue Besatzung bleibt 196 Tage auf der Umlaufbahn

Die Internationale Raumstation ISS hat zeitweilig wieder ihre Soll-Stärke von sechs Besatzungsmitgliedern erreicht. Nur sechs Stunden und 8 Minuten nach dem Start in Baikonur (Kasachstan) – und damit zwei Minuten früher als geplant – legte am Donnerstag das Raumschiff Sojus MS-16 mit den russischen Kosmonauten Anatoli Iwanischin […]

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Premiere in Baikonur:  Erstmals neue Sojus-Trägerrakete mit bemanntem Raumschiff gestartet –  63. Stammbesatzung auf dem Weg zur ISS

Das Kosmodrom Baikonur in Kasachstan hat am Donnerstag eine denkwürdige Premiere erlebt: Zum ersten Mal ist die neue Sojus-2.1a-Trägerrakete mit einem bemannten Raumschiff gestartet. Mit Sojus MS-16 an der Spitze hob sie um 10.05 Uhr deutscher Zeit ab. In gut sechs Stunden soll das Raumschiff die […]

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NASA Astronaut Chris Cassidy, Crewmates Arrive Safely at Space Station

NASA astronaut Chris Cassidy and two Russian cosmonauts arrived Thursday for their mission aboard the International Space Station, temporarily restoring the orbiting laboratory’s population to six people.

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Video and photos: Three-man crew launches from Kazakhstan

Riding nearly a million pounds of thrust, NASA astronaut Chris Cassidy and Russian crewmates Anatoly Ivanishin and Ivan Vagner rocketed into orbit April 9 from the Baikonur Cosmodrome en route to the International Space Station. The three-man crew lifted off at 1:05 p.m. Baikonur time (0805 GMT; 4:05 a.m. EDT) to begin a six-hour pursuit of the space station. A kerosene-fueled Soyuz-2.1a rocket carried the three space fliers into orbit from the Site 31 launch complex at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.

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New Crew Enters Station, Begins 195-Day Mission

The new Expedition 63 crew joined the Expedition 62 crew today a board the International Space Station. (Front row from left) NASA astronaut Chris Cassidy and Roscosmos cosmonauts Anatoly Ivanishin and Ivan Vagner. (Back row from left) NASA astronaut Andrew Morgan, Roscosmos cosmonaut Oleg Skripochka and NASA astronaut Jessica Meir. Credit: NASA TV

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Soyuz crew docks with the International Space Station

With an absence of fanfare amid coronavirus safety protocols, an upgraded Russian Soyuz rocket making its first piloted flight blasted off from Kazakshstan Thursday carrying two cosmonauts and a NASA astronaut on a speedy four-orbit trip to the International Space Station.

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GK Roskosmos:  Sojus MS-15-Besatzung kehrt am Freitagmorgen auf die Erde zurück

Das Raumschiff Sojus MS-15 mit dem russischen Kosmonauten Oleg Skripotschka und seinen amerikanischen Kollegen Andrew Morgan und Jessica Meir kehrt am Freitagmorgen auf die Erde zurück. Die Landung sei für 7.17 Uhr deutscher Zeit südöstlich der kasachischen Stadt Sheskasgan vorgesehen, teilte die GK Roskosmos mit. Wegen der strengen Coronavirus-Vorsichtsmaßnahmen wird […]

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New Trio Adapts to Station Life, Crewmates Prep for Earth Return

Three new crewmembers are getting used to life aboard the International Space Station. Meanwhile, the Expedition 62 trio is getting ready for its return Earth on Friday. Three NASA astronauts and three Roscosmos cosmonauts have been working together on the orbiting lab since April 9 when the Expedition 63 crew docked to the station’s Poisk module. U.S. astronaut Chris Cassidy is leading Russian cosmonauts Anatoly Ivanishin and Ivan Vagner during their 195-day mission.

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Station crew ready for return to Earth, and coronavirus

Nearly seven months aboard the International Space Station may be an extreme case of social distancing and isolation, but astronaut Jessica Meir says she expects to feel more isolated than ever when she returns next week to a planet in the grip of the coronavirus. “It is quite surreal for us to see this whole situation unfolding on the planet below,” Meir told CBS News during an orbital news conference Friday. “The Earth still looks just as stunning as always from up here, so it’s difficult to believe all the changes that have taken place (since launch).

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Luca meets space cyber assistant Cimon

ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano tested new functionality for the astronaut aid Cimon relating to mood detection and enjoyed a few favourite songs on the first weekend of February 2020, his last weekend in space for the Beyond mission on the International Space Station.  Short for Crew Interactive Mobile CompanioN, Cimon is a 3D-printed plastic sphere designed to test human-machine interaction in space. It was developed and built by Airbus in Friedrichshafen and Bremen, Germany, on behalf of German aerospace centre DLR and uses artificial intelligence software by IBM Watson. Ludwig Maximilians University Clinic in Munich (LMU) is in charge of the project’s scientific aspects. Cimon was first used by ESA astronaut Alexander Gerst during his 2018 Horizons.

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NASA-Chef Bridenstine:  Crew Dragon fliegt Ende Mai/Anfang Juni zur ISS

Der Chef der US-Luft- und Weltraumbehörde NASA, Jim Bridenstine, geht davon aus, dass sein Land schon sehr bald wieder mit eigenen Raumschiffen bemannt ins All fliegen kann. Er sei „ziemlich sicher“, dass Doug Hurley und Bob Behnken Ende Mai oder Anfang Juni mit dem Crew Dragon von

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Human Research, Crew Departure Preps aboard Busy Station

The six crewmembers aboard the International Space Station continued advanced space research today promoting health for humans on and off Earth. The crew will split up at the end of the week when the Expedition 62 trio undocks and returns to Earth.

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Earth / Erde

Ozone hole three times the size of Greenland opens over the North Pole

A record-size hole in the ozone layer has been detected over the North Pole, but it should disappear in a few weeks.

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NASA satellite ends 17-year mission measuring the sun’s impact on climate

NASA has shut down a spacecraft that measured the amount of solar energy entering Earth’s atmosphere for 17 years, more than three times the mission’s original design life. The Solar Radiation and Climate Experiment, or SORCE, mission ended Feb. 25 after the spacecraft labored through battery problems for years until NASA could launch a replacement.

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Moon / Mond

NASA’s Plans For a Lunar Base Camp

In a recent report submitted to the National Space Council, NASA has detailed its plans for building a lunar base camp on the Moon that will allow for long-term stays there.

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NASA veröffentlicht neue Einzelheiten ihres Artemis-Programms

Die US-Luft- und Raumfahrtbehörde NASA hat jetzt neue Einzelheiten ihres Artemis-Programms zur Erschließung des Mondes veröffentlicht. Danach soll am Südpol des Erdtrabanten die Basisstation Artemis Base Camp errichtet werden, die aus drei Elementen besteht: Einem Mondrover für den Transport der Astronauten über kürzere Strecken, einem Wohnmobil für Ausflüge bis zu […]

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Russland kündigt schwere Mondstation für August 2025 an

Nach den USA klopft offenbar nun auch Russland seine ambitionierten Mondpläne fest. So soll die schwere Landestation Luna-27, um die herum die russische Mondinfrastruktur errichtet wird, im August 2025 auf dem Erdtrabanten abgesetzt werden, wie der Generaldirektor der Wissenschaftlichen Produktionsvereinigung (NPO) Lawotschkin, Wladimir Kolmykow, der Nachrichtenagentur RIA […]

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NASA funds proposal to build a telescope on the far side of the moon

This proposed mesh telescope would let us gaze out into the dark cosmos, unhindered by our planet’s atmosphere and radio interferences.

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Solar System / Sonnensystem

Auf dem Weg zum Merkur: BepiColombo macht letzte Schnappschüsse von der Erde

Die ESA/JAXA-Mission BepiColombo hat ihren ersten Vorbeiflug an einem Planeten am 10. April absolviert. Um 06:25 MESZ näherte sich die Raumsonde der Erdoberfläche bis auf weniger als 12.700 Kilometer und passte so ihre Flugbahn in Richtung Merkur an. Kurz vor der größten Annäherung nahm die Raumsonde ihre letzten Bilder von unserem Heimatplaneten auf. Die Fotos zeigen die Erde im Weltall – zu  einer der herausforderndsten Zeiten der jüngeren Menschheitsgeschichte.

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BepiColombo takes last snaps of Earth en route to Mercury

The ESA/JAXA BepiColombo mission completed its first flyby on 10 April, as the spacecraft came less than 12 700 km from Earth’s surface at 06:25 CEST, steering its trajectory towards the final destination, Mercury. Images gathered just before closest approach portray our planet shining through darkness, during one of humankind’s most challenging times in recent history.

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BepiColombo closing in on Earth ahead of flyby – full sequence

BepiColombo closing in on Earth ahead of flyby – full sequence

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Top Five Mercury mysteries that BepiColombo will solve

Mercury is a desert world which scientists until recently considered quite uninteresting. NASA’s Mariner and MESSENGER missions, however, revealed that there is much more to the smallest and innermost planet of the Solar System than meets the eye. Despite temperatures on its surface rising up to 450°C, there seems to be water ice on Mercury. The planet also appears to have a way too large inner core for its size and a surprising chemical composition. Here are the top five Mercury mysteries that the European-Japanese BepiColombo mission might solve.

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Live discussion with BepiColombo experts – replay

BepiColombo experts share their first results from the spacecraft’s 10 April 2020 Earth flyby. Launched in 2018, BepiColombo is Europe’s first mission to Mercury. In the early hours of Friday 10 April, the spacecraft flew only 12 700 km from Earth for its first “gravity assist” on the way to the closest planet to the Sun. Guests during the live discussion included ESA mission experts and scientists from some of the instrument teams, who reflected on the flyby, presented data gathered by the different instruments and provided an outlook on the exciting science to come.

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Checkpoint: OSIRIS-REx Practices Sample Collection

This image shows sample site Nightingale Crater, OSIRIS-REx’s primary sample collection site on asteroid Bennu.

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Beyond Solar System / Milchstraße & Kosmos

Windy Brown Dwarf

For the first time, scientists have directly measured wind speed on a brown dwarf, pictured here in an illustration. Brown dwarfs are objects larger than Jupiter (the largest planet in our solar system) but not quite massive enough to become stars. To achieve the finding, they used a new method that could also be applied to learn about the atmospheres of gas-dominated planets outside our solar system.

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Piercing the Dark Birthplaces of Massive Stars with Webb

“What we’re trying to do is look at the birthplaces of massive stars,” explained Erick Young, principal investigator of a program that will use Webb to study this phenomenon.

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Politics / Politik

Putin:   Trotz Coronapandemie Führerschaft in der bemannten Raumfahrt bewahren –  Strategieberatung mit den Spitzen der Branche

Putin hat am Freitag in einer Videokonferenz aus dem Kreml mit den Spitzenkräften der Raketen- und Raumfahrtbranche die Lage angesichts der sich ausweitenden Coronapandemie beraten. Trotz der sinkenden „Intensität“ der Arbeit in dem Bereich müsse die führende Rolle Russlands in der bemannen Raumfahrt gewahrt werden, forderte er. […]

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Trump Signs an Executive Order Allowing Mining the Moon and Asteroids

The Trump administration just signed an executive order that has given the green light to asteroid and lunar mining and other commercial ventures in space. The post Trump Signs an Executive Order Allowing Mining the Moon and Asteroids appeared first on Universe Today.

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Technology / Technologie

Rocket Lab fängt Raketenstufe mit dem Hubschrauber ein

Rocket Lab hat erstmals die erste Stufe seiner Electron-Rakete eingefangen – mit einem Hubschrauber. Die Wiederverwendbarkeit rückt damit näher.

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Chinese rocket fails during launch of Indonesian communications satellite

A Long March 3B rocket malfunctioned during the launch of an Indonesian communications satellite Thursday, leading to sightings of fiery debris in the skies over Guam.

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‚Honey, I Shrunk the NASA Payload‘ challenge seeks tiny designs for the moon

Do you love adorable, tiny things? Have you ever dreamed of having something you designed land on the moon? If you answered yes to both these questions, you should probably enter NASA’s new competition: „Honey, I Shrunk the NASA Payload.“

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Intelligente Handschuhe für künftige Mondmissionen

Außenbordeinsätze sind riskante Angelegenheiten. Das Tragen eines Raumanzugs schützt Astronautinnen und Astronauten vor extremen Umweltbelastungen im Weltraum, ist allerdings mühsam. Ein intelligenter Prototyp- Handschuh soll nun zusätzliche Funktionen bei Mondmissionen bieten.

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Virgin Orbit completes cryogenic captive carry test flight

Virgin Orbit completed a captive carry flight of its liquid-fueled air-launched rocket Sunday over the Pacific Ocean in what the company described as its final development test before the small satellite launcher’s first mission to space.

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Virgin Orbit aces final test flight before first launch (photos)

On Sunday (April 12), Virgin Orbit completed the final test of its development program, sending its carrier plane, Cosmic Girl, aloft over the Southern California desert with an orbital rocket beneath its wing.

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World / Welt

Why do so many people become obsessed with UFOs and aliens?

They Are Already Here: UFO culture and why we see saucers by Sarah Scoles tries to find out what’s so appealing about hunting UFOs

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Should NASA and SpaceX Launch A Crew? Yes – Safely.

The Mission NASA Doesn’t Want to Postpone, The Atlantic „In this moment, an astronaut launch might seem to be the opposite of everything Americans have been instructed to do to protect themselves and one another: Flinging people outward doesn’t quite line up with a growing nationwide impulse to turn inward. The mission would unfold against a truly unprecedented backdrop; even wars and national strife, one space historian told me, haven’t posed a challenge to the U.S. space program like this pandemic has.“ … „The space community often considers themselves a different level of somewhat unique and special in not having to adhere to the same rules as others–because what they’re doing is so important, it should still be done,“ Garver said. „I will not be surprised if the public finds it not what they would view as ‚essential.'“ I just think most people will say, ‚Well, people are dying here.'“

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Russia’s Soyuz rocket production on hold due to coronavirus

Spaceflight, like every sector, is feeling effects from the spreading coronavirus pandemic, and that holds true in Russia as well, where manufacturing of its main rocket has halted, officials said.

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Florida launch range remains open; Falcon 9 mission postponed

Range personnel at Cape Canaveral will employ physical distancing, face covers and other cautionary measures to reduce the risk of spreading the coronavirus during launch operations, the commander of the U.S. military’s 45th Space Wing said. But the next launch from Cape Canaveral has been postponed from Thursday until no earlier than next week, sources said. SpaceX is planning to fire off a Falcon 9 rocket with the next batch of Starlink Internet satellites.

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Science / Wissenschaft

Space travel can seriously change your brain

It turns out that spending time in space can change your brain (and you might have to be spun around to prevent it).

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New observations show that the Universe might not be expanding at the same rate in all directions

When we look at the world around us, we see patterns. The Sun rises and sets. The seasons cycle through the year. The constellations drift across the night sky. As we’ve studied these patterns, we’ve developed scientific laws and theories that help us understand the cosmos. While our theories are powerful, they are still rooted …

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In a First, NASA Measures Wind Speed on a Brown Dwarf

For the first time, scientists have directly measured wind speed on a brown dwarf, an object larger than Jupiter (the largest planet in our solar system) but not quite massive enough to become a star. To achieve the finding, they used a new method that could also be applied to learn about the atmospheres of gas-dominated planets outside our solar system.

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History / Geschichte

Failure was not an option: NASA’s Apollo 13 mission of survival in pictures

In April 1970, NASA launched three Apollo 13 astronauts to land on the moon. But disaster struck on the way there, and the landing was scrapped. See photos of Apollo 13’s epic survival mission here.

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Moon-metal medallions, space pens and more mark Apollo 13 50th anniversary

A small portion of the metal in NASA’s official Apollo 13 50th anniversary medallions flew to the moon and back and are just one of many Apollo 13 mementos you can score

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Apollo 13 at 50: How NASA turned near-disaster at the moon into a ’successful failure‘ in space

Fifty years ago today (April 11), three astronauts launched to space, poised to be the next humans to walk on the moon. But things didn’t exactly go according to plan.

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Apollo 13 at 50: How NASA turned near-disaster at the moon into a ’successful failure‘ in space

Fifty years ago today (April 11), three astronauts launched to space, poised to be the next humans to walk on the moon. But things didn’t exactly go according to plan.

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This vintage NASA Apollo 13 documentary takes you back to the iconic moon mission

Fifty years after Apollo 13, a vintage documentary from the National Archives takes us back to one of the most iconic human spaceflight missions of all time.

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Apollo 13 astronauts Jim Lovell and Fred Haise on their moon mission 50 years later

It was not a scenario for which they had trained. Astronauts James Lovell and Fred Haise were prepared to carry out every aspect of the Apollo 13 mission — including what to do if something went wrong. But an explosion was not in the plan.

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