Rocket report: SLS may be delayed due to engine problem, Astra goes into orbit
"Replacing the engine, we'll probably talk about a few weeks."

Welcome to version 4.25 of the Rocket Report! After the Thanksgiving holiday, we're now approaching 2021 with less than a month left until the end of the year. With the Soyuz crew launched on board, NASA's IXPE science mission, and of course the James Webb Space Telescope on December 22, will be a month in a row. Close!

As always, readers' submissions are welcome, and if you don't want to miss an issue, please sign up using the box below (the form does not appear in AMP versions of the site). Each report will include information on small, medium and heavy missiles, as well as a quick look at the next three calendar launches. <b>Rocket</b> Report: <b>SLS</b> <b>may</b> be <b>delayed</b> <b>due</b> to <b>engine</b> <b>problem,</b> <b>Astra</b> <b>goes</b> <b>into</b> <b>orbit</b>

Astra Successfully go into orbit. Astra never sought to build the best, biggest, or safest rocket. The California-based space company simply wanted to build a good enough Rocket — and it could do it quickly. On November 20, Astra demonstrated the value of this philosophy by successfully launching a missile that hit Earth for the first time. Ars reported that the mission carried a small US Space Force test payload into an orbit of 500 km above the planet. By Chris Kemp and Adam London in October 2016. With this success, Astra became the fastest company to launch a private liquid-fueled rocket. The LV0007 was Astra's seventh missile and the fourth to attempt to launch it after three previous failures. The company will likely launch its next launch in early 2022.

Rocket Lab will be working on a booster. Rocket Lab says it will attempt to capture a returning missile by helicopter during the company's next recovery mission. The confirmation came after the successful demonstration of Operation Shadow Helicopter during the launch of the company's small electronic missile in November.

This should be fun...although the Rocket lab is scheduled for late December, this is not going to happen. Try to recover until the first half of 2022. The launch vehicle improvements for subsequent recovery efforts will include changes to the canopy system, the thermal protection system applied throughout the crash scene and nine Rutherford engines to help withstand the heat. Up to 2400°C upon re-entry. (Posted by Ken the Bin)

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The European Space Agency issues a contract for a small display. The European Space Agency has announced that it will provide €11 million to Isar Aerospace in Germany for two Spectrum test flights scheduled for 2022 and 2023. The German space agency, DLR.

Spin the commercial space...with this "Boost!" The European Space Agency is seeking to establish a purely commercial launch industry on the continent. “With this agreement with ISAR Aerospace, ESA Boost! ESA Boost! provides further support to build key industry expertise and make rapid progress toward tangible milestones. New market opportunities for Europe with small launch vehicles – an area where time is spent 'ink,'” according to ESA Daniel Novenschwander, Ink. Indian company tests 3D printing engine. Successfully demonstrates technology achieved by high-speed orbital launch of Vikram-2. Economic Times reports that Dhawan-1 Rocket engine is powered by LNG and liquid oxygen." Is Are you going to space next year?" Reduces build time by over 95% in airspace. This experiment makes us one of the few companies in the world that "have successfully demonstrated this technology." Skyroot plans to launch it for the first time in 2022. (Sent by Ken The Bean

PLD Space aims to launch a submarine in 2022. The reusable Miura 1 submarine missile was unveiled at the National Museum of Natural Sciences in Madrid on November 16, the missile will then be returned to the PLD Space Base at Aéroport Troilus for M . efficiency test Subscribe, including a complete mission. News reports that after testing, the stage is sent to the launch site for a joint test - with all ground divisions and ground infrastructure - to be conducted before launch.

It will be in orbit for several more years. Raul Verdo, CEO and co-founder of PLD Space, told the publication that the company aims to launch the Miura 1 in the second half of 2022. The Rocket is designed to reach a maximum altitude of 150 km while carrying a payload of up to a 100 kg ceiling. According to the company, the Miura 5 Rocket with orbital capability is now scheduled for launch in 2024. By Ken the Bean)

Canada's Space Spander announces its first cargo customer. Houston-based Nanoracks announced last week that its major customer will be its first launch from a commercial spaceport. The airport will be built in the northeastern tip of Nova Scotia. The launch contract with Nanoracks is worth $45 million, according to CBC News, and the first shipment will be dumped on the ship. Ukrainian Cyclone-4M missile with a lifting capacity of five metric tons. The Canadian spacecraft plans to conduct its first launches by the end of 2023, two more launches in 2024, four more launches in 2025, and then eight launches annually. (Posted by Delta Oscar Holf and Joey S-IVB)

Ad <b>Astra</b> <b>goes</b> <b>into</b> <b>orbit</b> <b>due</b> to <b>engine</b> problems <p> <b>Rocket</b> Lab unveils neutron blaster <b>Rocket</b> Lab CEO Peter Beck on Thursday announced the company's plans to develop a medium-sized <b>Rocket</b> called the Neutron. The neutron in its current form is a relatively ax rocket, and Beck said it's designed to launch and re-enter Earth's atmosphere. <b>Rocket</b> Lab plans to use a wider <b>Rocket</b> to absorb more airpower when re-entry, which would require less fuel to slow down. Ars reports that the chassis will be made of special carbon fibers for strength and lower mass. </ p> <p> Good launch... The first stage will have fixed landing gear and the missile will only land in the stern. Let's go. Set up the site rather than outside. The cost of a sea landing is prohibitive, Beck said, and the goal is to eventually be able to launch, land and launch a neutron again within 24 hours. The upper half of the <b>Rocket</b> also has unique features. The second stage will not be reusable, so it will be as light and high as possible in the first stage. It consists of a single vacuum-optimized Archimedes engine, fuel tanks and the charge itself. The cargo hatch opens <b>into</b> four separate sections, releasing the second stage, and then closes again with the first stage before landing on the ground. (Published by Multivt and Ken the Bin) </p> <p> James Webb approved for release in late December. After concerns last week, NASA and European Space Agency officials said they will continue to prepare for the launch of the James Webb Space Telescope. The $10 billion tool is scheduled to be launched before December 22 with a European-made Ariane 5 missile. According to Ars, NASA said engineers have completed additional tests to make sure the telescope is ready to fly, and refueling operations began on November 25. </p> <p> No more web problems... This telescope has 20 small, maneuverable propellers packed with 240 liters of hydrazine fuel and a nitrogen tetraoxide oxidizer. The refueling process takes about 10 days. The decision to continue the countdown to the launch of Web Telescope after the slightly alarming announcement a week ago is good news. At the time, NASA said the planned launch of the space telescope would be <b>delayed</b> by several days to investigate an

THEMIS tests of fuel tanks. The European Space Agency's Themis program is seeking to develop a prototype Rocket that could represent the rocket's first reusable stage. Recently, the space agency said ArianeGroup's main contractor conducted six tests in Vernon, France "to verify the fluid and electrical operations and proper operating sequence of the two test fuel tanks." The tanks were filled and then emptied from the cooling engines.

Hoping to advance... This initial phase of the THEMIS project includes the preparation of flying vehicle technologies as well as the demonstration of the Prometheus reusable engine. Prometheus with LOX methane fuel is an "ultra-low cost" engine built to scale by producing additive layers. This reduced the estimated cost of production by 10 times compared to the Arian Vulcain main stage engine. Initial jump tests of the prototype could begin in 2023. (Posted by Ken the Bin) Why doesn't Apple Touch return an ID to iPhone?

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