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[任务跟踪] 202x年,俄科学号试验舱/MLM/Nauka将由Proton-M火箭自拜科努尔发射

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December 2017
MLM, Multifunctional Laboratory Module, Nauka (“Science”)
МЛМ, Многоцелевой Лабораторный Модуль, «Наука»
Proton-M rocket
Third quarter of 2018
UM, Node Module
УМ, Узловой Модуль
Progress M-UM 303 on a Soyuz-2.1b rocket
NEM-1, Science-Power Module-1
НЭМ-1, Научно-Энергетический Модуль-1
Proton-M (or Angara A5) rocket
NEM-2, Science-Power Module-2
НЭМ-2, Научно-Энергетический Модуль-2
Proton-M (or Angara A5) rocket

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A robotic servicing system, which will be used to assemble and service the Russian segment of the International Space Station
The European Robotic Arm (ERA) will work with the new Russian airlock, to transfer small payloads directly from inside to outside the International Space Station. This will reduce the set-up time for astronauts on a spacewalk and allow ERA to work alongside astronauts.
Another task for ERA is to transport astronauts like a cherry-picker crane to a position where they can work on the exterior of the Space Station, or from one external location to another. This again saves time and effort during spacewalks.
ERA will use infrared cameras to inspect exterior surfaces of the Space Station.
Once ERA reaches the International Space Station, the Russian Multipurpose Laboratory Module will be the home base from which it operates.
The arm consists of two end-effectors, two wrists, two limbs and one elbow joint together with electronics and cameras. Both ends act as either a 'hand' for the robot, or the base from which it can operate.

Launch configuration:
Launched in a so called "Charlie Chaplin" configuration with power off
Launch vehicle:
Launch site:
Baikonur Cosmodrome
Launch date:
Under review
Orbit configuration:
Attached to different locations on the Russian Multipurpose Laboratory Module



11 300 mm
9 700 mm
Tip position accuracy:
5 mm
Maximum tip speed:
100 mm/s
Mass budget

Launch mass:

630 kg
Handling capability:
8 000 kg
Communications infrastructure

Power, data and video signals cabling and special fixtures on End Effector and Base point.
Electrical power

Average operation power:

475 W (120 V dc)
Peak operation power:
800 W (120 V dc)
Main construction materials


Carbon fibre tube and aluminum interfaces
Wrist, Elbow and End Effector:
Composed of many different materials
Thermal Protection:
Beta Cloth Blankets
Main contractor

Dutch Space (Leiden, The Netherlands), leading a consortium of many subcontractors

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uiopuiop 发表于 2016-11-14 14:29

MOSCOW, September 13. /TASS/. Russian crew at the International Space Station wil be curtailed to two cosmonauts at a time from the current three cosmonauts as of next spring and will remain curtailed until the commissioning of a Multirole Laboratory Module (MLM), which is scheduled for the end of 2017, a well-informed source in the Russian aerospace industry told TASS.

"In case the endorsed schedule is observed and the MLM gets into operation in December 2017, the curtailment will affect only one Russian crew," the source said. "Otherwise the practice of curtailment will continue until the commissioning of the module."

The Russian state space corporation Roscosmos has to downsize the ISS mission crew as the number of Progress cargo ships launched to the ISS annually will be reduced to three from four at present in the wake of NASA's refusal to continue using the Progresses and to change over to new U.S. cargo carriers instead, the source said, adding that three Progresses a year is not enough to support three cosmonauts working at the ISS permanently.

In this connection, the Russian missile corporation Energiya is developing a new cargo ship that will have a greater payload.

As part of the crew cuttailment plan, Roscomos may swap the crews due to go into space in March and in May.

In March 2017, the Soyuz MS-04 ship is due to take to the ISS the cosmonaus Alexander Misurkin and Nikolai Tikhonov and NASA astronaut Mark Thomas Vande Hei, while the cosmonaut Fyodor Yurchikhin, Nasa astronaut Jack David and the European Space Agency astronaut Paolo Nespoli of Italy are suppsed to head for the ISS in May. foreign partners will receive

The source told TASS Thomas Vander Hei's professional upgrading to Level 1 from 2 Flight Engineer. Should the third place on the Soyuz become vacant, the procedure for replacement of the crews may change and a young Russian cosmonaut may go into space with a visiting crew for a period of several days.

The partners will be familiarized with the final decision right before next launch of a manned space vehicle scheduled for next week, the source said.


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wsl20005 发表于 2016-11-16 13:13
MOSCOW, September 13. /TASS/. Russian crew at the International Space Station  ...

Running multipurpose laboratory module "Science" is transferred to the year 2018, said the agency "Interfax" a source at the cosmodrome "Baikonur".

"Now Roskosmos is planning the schedule of launches for 2017 th year, and in the forthcoming manifesto launches the start of the module is moved to the middle - the second half of 2018 year in this regard." Downsizing "of the ISS Russian crew will be working at the station, at least until 2018 mid-year, and, consequently, on the ship "MS-08 Alliance" (launch scheduled for March 2018 year) starts and two crew members - one Russian and one foreigner, "- said the source.

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the MLM team had a goal of launching the spacecraft in December 2017, even though, it could require to cut the time originally allocated for the spacecraft testing
hkhtg090201 发表于 2017-1-20 07:58 | 显示全部楼层
今年12月发射.  精确到日, 这么详细,应该是真的了.


    As of January 2017, the launch of the MLM module was officially scheduled for December 6 of the same year, followed by the docking at the ISS on Dec. 15, 2017. To free the nadir (Earth-facing) docking port on the Zvezda Service Module, SM, for the new arrival, the Progress MS-06 cargo ship will undock from the Russian segment along with the Pirs Docking Compartment, SO1, which has occupied that location since 2001. The Pirs module will then be deorbited and burn up in the Earth's atmosphere over the Pacific Ocean along with Progress MS-06.

    Following the integration of the MLM module, on Jan. 23, 2018, the Soyuz MS-06 transport spacecraft will undock from the zenith (sky-facing) port of the MIM2 Poisk module, make a quick fly around of the ISS and re-dock at the nadir port of the MLM, becoming the first spacecraft parking at the new module.
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hkhtg090201 发表于 2017-1-20 07:58
今年12月发射.  精确到日, 这么详细,应该是真的了.

http://www.russianspaceweb.com/iss_fgb2.html#201 ...

cmj9808 发表于 2017-3-24 21:05 | 显示全部楼层

In the past few weeks, engineers found the same contamination they've been fighting for years inside the module's propellant tanks. The repair team tried to wash off these contaminants, but so far all efforts to cleanse the vessels have failed.

To make matters worse, these particular tanks, originally designed in the early 90s, are no longer in production and simply can't be replaced. Because of these tanks' unique design, fitted neatly onto the module like the chamber of a revolver, no modern tanks will work without damaging the spacecraft.

Nauka engineers did catch one lucky break. Roscosmos originally designed the vessel with a second set of shorter tanks. But to make room on the exterior of the converted module for the attachment of a European-built robotic arm and various scientific instruments, engineers removed the them. Now, these remaining (hopefully non-contaminated) tanks could be the only chance to get this long beleaguered spacecraft attached to the ISS.

Engineers have calculated that a mix of four of these short tanks and two long tanks will give the Nauka module just enough propellant to maneuver itself to the space station after its separation from the Proton M rocket and even have some extra fuel for another attempt to rendezvous with the station if needed.

Although a thin ray of hope remains that Russia will finally get its long delayed spacecraft aloft, no one can tell right now how long this new obstacle will delay the Nauka from finally docking with the ISS.
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