It was the perfect launch of the ULA rocket Thursday night in Cape Canaveral, Florida. The cargo ship, the Boeing Starliner, is now heading for the International Space Station. despite the bumpy burning of the orbital insert. Tonight at 19:10 EDT capsule will try to join the orbit outpost, և you can watch live right here.
Boeing already has the CST-100 Starliner entered the orbital trajectory, which will deliver the unmanned capsule to the International Space Station. during a previous test in 2019, Starliner failed to get to its proper orbit due to a software automation malfunction that forced it to burn out the unnecessary orbit. But: although: A movement problem that occurred during yesterday’s orbit placementStarliner yet: on the way to meet the ISS at the expected time.
The reusable spacecraft is expected to arrive at the port in front of the Harmony space module at 19:10. May 20. The live broadcast of the aircraft parking procedure will be available at the following address: NASA TV և: YouTube:, as shown below in the live broadcast. The broadcast is expected to start at 15:30 EDT.
The current mission, Orbital Flight Test-2 (OFT-2), is an important step in certifying Starliner as a spacecraft suitable for astronauts. As part of NASA’s Commercial Crew Program, the space agency is seeking two platforms to transport its astronauts to the ISS. One: of themSpaceX Crew Dragon is already operational. Boeing is now under pressure to fulfill its contractual obligation to overcome a number of problems that damaged the project –hence the ability to connect to today’s ISS.
Now that it’s in orbit, The Starliner will make a number of minor adjustments to reach the same orbit as the ISS. As soon as it approaches the station, the spacecraft will stop before entering the 656-foot (200-meter) “holding bowl”, during which flight controllers will assess the Starliner’s alignment and port readiness, according to Mission profile:.
The Starliner will then start the connection, stopping again when it reaches 33 feet (10 meters) from the station. This step will be followed by the final approach – autonomous connection to the international docking adapter. “The unique vision-based navigation system used to autonomously connect to the orbital platform, as well as the cover of its new cover system, will be thoroughly tested.” by: To Boeing. It should take place shortly after 19:00 EDT tonight, and the hatch is scheduled to open on May 21 at 11:45 EDT.
The 15-foot-wide CST-100 Starliner is designed to carry seven passengers. No humans came along for this journey, but one seat is occupied by Rosie the Rocketeer—a test manikin equipped with 15 different sensors. In addition, the spacecraft is carrying more than 800 pounds of cargo, which includes food and supplies for the current ISS crew.
Starliner will spend about five to 10 days attached to the station, after which time it will attempt an uncrewed atmospheric re-entry and a parachute-assisted landing in the western United States.
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