NGO named after Lavochkina began the creation of a booster block for the Soyuz-5 rocket

NGO named after Lavochkina began the creation of a booster block for the Soyuz-5 rocket

A new Frigate-SBU booster block for the promising Soyuz-5 rocket will be ready within three years, work on its creation has already begun. This was announced by the Director General of the NGO named after Lavochkina Vladimir Kolmykov.


The Lavochkin NGO began to create a new booster block for the Soyuz-5 rocket; its creation will require minimal financial costs. The new block is created on the basis of the existing Frigate-SB and will differ in the size of the dumped tanks. Three years are allotted for the development of the Frigate-SBU block.

When launched from the Baikonur cosmodrome, Soyuz-5 with Frigate-SBU is capable of launching a cargo weighing 2,5 tons into a geostationary orbit, and up to 5 tons of cargo into a geo-transitional orbit equivalent to launching from the Kuru cosmodrome

- said Kalmykov.

It is noted that fundamental changes in the design and instrumentation of the new unit are not required; they are completely similar to the Frigate-SB upper stage, which was used four times to launch Zenit missiles. Frigate-SBU’s new development will be a dropping block of tanks, the volume of which will change based on the size of the new missile. It is emphasized that the layout, power and pneumohydraulic circuits will be completely taken from the Frigate-SB upper stage.

Recall that the latest two-stage medium-class launch vehicle Soyuz-5 is being developed, including for launching the Federation manned spacecraft.
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  2. Pvi1206 April 24 2020 12: 01 New
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    The new Frigate-SBU booster block for the promising Soyuz-5 rocket will be ready within three years,

    Everything is very slow ... in the USSR, over such a period of time, a new aircraft was launched into mass production ...
    1. stalki April 24 2020 12: 44 New
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      Everything is very slow, just develop new dimensions. I may not compare very well, but it is approximately similar to the development of a new body for a car, the nightcap is still in a different shape. What is so difficult for specialists? I do not understand.
  3. Igor Borisov_2 April 24 2020 12: 01 New
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    It is noted that fundamental changes to the design and instrumentation of the new unit are not required; they are completely similar to the Frigate-SB upper stage, which was used four times to launch Zenit missiles. Frigate-SBU's new development will be a resettable block of tankswhose volume will vary based on the size of the new rocket. It is emphasized that the layout, power and pneumohydraulic circuits will be completely taken from the Frigate-SB upper stage.

    If there are no fundamental changes, do you really need THREE years to develop a block of tanks ???
    1. knn54 April 24 2020 12: 06 New
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      Vladimir Kalmykov is not Semen Alekseevich Lavochkin. The term for "effective managers" is complete. During this time, on the Internet (and not only) and not so can be found.
    2. slipped April 24 2020 13: 13 New
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      Quote: Igor Borisov_2
      If there are no fundamental changes, do you really need THREE years to develop a block of tanks ???


      Acceleration Blocks do not fly without rockets. laughing The rocket for this upper stage is in the year 2023, and therefore for three years.
    3. dzvero April 24 2020 13: 16 New
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      Probably, trials including and test launches in orbit.
  4. Same lech April 24 2020 12: 02 New
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    I don’t even know what to say ... there were so many plans with new missiles, blocks ... and it feels like we are marching around ... that the Russian cosmonautics ... civilian cosmonautics are in our full corral ... there are no special achievements.
    1. slipped April 24 2020 13: 25 New
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      Quote: The same Lech
      I don’t even know what to say ... there were so many plans with new missiles, blocks ... and it feels like we are marching around ... that the Russian cosmonautics ... civilian cosmonautics are in our full corral ... there are no special achievements.


      Do not know, do not speak. Tomorrow, the next Progress-MS transport and cargo ship will fly to the ISS:



      And in the near future, about a month later, launches of new GLONASS-K navigation satellites begin, the prototype of such serial devices has already successfully worked in orbit for about 5 years and continues its service.



      At the same time, on April 16, 2020, the Spektr-RG astrophysical observatory became the first domestic spacecraft to fly around the Lagrange point L2. It took him half a year to do this: on October 22, 2019, the Spectra-RG engines performed a correction maneuver, after which the spacecraft entered a working orbit around L2. During this time, the Earth made a half-revolution around the Sun, and the scientific instruments of the observatory managed to calibrate the instruments and test observations, and then inspect more than half of the celestial sphere. Work continues!



      Projection of the trajectory of the Spektr-RG spacecraft onto the ecliptic plane. The dotted line indicates the orbit of the moon. Green squares indicate the moments of three corrections of the trajectory on the flight: K1, K2, K3. Orange indicates the moment of "closure" of the working orbit after a full revolution (the orbit is not closed). The red circle - the position of the spacecraft six months after entering the working orbit
      1. Same lech April 24 2020 13: 29 New
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        Good luck with these launches. smile
        But I think that the ISS does little good to Russia ... name the real return of the ISS for our economy ... another thing is Glonass ... we cross ourselves and spit three times over our shoulder so that there is no repeated history with 17 satellites in 2017.
        1. slipped April 24 2020 13: 47 New
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          Quote: The same Lech
          Good luck with these launches. smile
          But I think that the ISS brings little benefit to Russia ...


          You are mistaken. The main crew of the ISS-63 has planned more than 50 space experiments and research on board.

          Quote: The same Lech
          name the real return of the ISS for our economy ... another thing is Glonass ...


          With the advent of the MLM-U Science module on the ISS, the capabilities of pilot production will expand in the ISS RS. The module itself is now in the vacuum chamber for testing. Its preparation for sending to the spaceport continues.



          Quote: The same Lech
          we cross ourselves and spit three times over our shoulder so that a repeat story with 17 satellites in 2017 does not happen.


          This was a hidden software error in the Fregat spacecraft control unit, associated with the location of a specific spaceport. After that, all launches of the Republic of Belarus were successful.
  5. Vasyan1971 April 24 2020 12: 23 New
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    New Booster Unit "Frigate-SBU"

    Oh, wait for the brothers to sue for the illegal use of the SBU ® trademark ...
    1. Piramidon April 24 2020 12: 31 New
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      Quote: Vasyan1971
      New Booster Unit "Frigate-SBU"

      Oh, wait for the brothers to sue for the illegal use of the SBU ® trademark ...

      This "SBU" index causes very unpleasant associations. Why is it not written how it is deciphered.
      1. slipped April 24 2020 13: 14 New
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        Quote: Piramidon
        This "SBU" index causes very unpleasant associations. Why is it not written how it is deciphered.


        SBU - Reset Tank Advanced
      2. Errr April 24 2020 17: 44 New
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        Сthrown Бlock tanks Уperfected.
  6. Rostislav Prokopenko April 24 2020 12: 56 New
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    Stop talking about new blocks and ships!
    You have to run at least one! laughing
    1. slipped April 24 2020 13: 16 New
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      Quote: Rostislav Prokopenko
      Stop talking about new blocks and ships!
      You have to run at least one! laughing


      RB "Frigate" of various modifications has 85 launches.
  7. Mayak-SH-7 April 24 2020 13: 57 New
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    Agreed date for sending the Lender hopper to the moon - July 21, 2021.
    The automatic interplanetary station developed by the Ukrainian design bureau Yuzhnoye and Yuzhmash together with the British space startup SpaceBit will go to the moon on the American Vulkan Centaur heavy-duty launch vehicle, reports LigaNet.



    1. slipped April 24 2020 14: 58 New
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      Quote: Mayak-SH-7
      will go to the moon on the American Vulkan Centaur heavy-duty launch vehicle


      Here on the "launch vehicle" and it will go laughing But the Volcano had problems. In your photos - a logo, at an exhibition with mock-ups, then a beautiful cartoon in Northrop grumman when assembling Antares with a Swan, which takes off on our RD-181's. What did you brag about? lol
  8. lvov_aleksey April 24 2020 22: 00 New
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    Quote: The same Lech
    Good luck with these launches. smile
    But I think that the ISS does little good to Russia ... name the real return of the ISS for our economy ... another thing is Glonass ... we cross ourselves and spit three times over our shoulder so that there is no repeated history with 17 satellites in 2017.

    for those who don’t know this technology, even star-striped ones don’t have them, for example overalls, but there’s nothing to say about spacesuits, they just copy. And the engines can’t even copy ...)))
    1. Sniper Amateur April 25 2020 06: 45 New
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      Yeah. Here are just "star-striped" - they went around you in rocket engines in almost all respects. tongue
      1. Disant April 25 2020 13: 31 New
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        Amateur, well, you at least write what articles you mean in rocket engines, so that people know. And then the Rassians trade in both conventional rocket and ion engines, and maybe they don’t know?
        1. Sniper Amateur April 27 2020 20: 26 New
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          Purely offhand: solid propellant rocket engines, reusable liquid propellant rocket engines, methane liquid propellant rocket engines ...
          1. Disant April 29 2020 21: 23 New
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            if you remove the use for military purposes (RTTT passes the launch site faster):
            are they selling them to someone?
            no, because it’s expensive. What do they give? Power increase of 5 percent. Are there such expensive tasks to justify the increase in this power? no. (they actually sell delivery to the satellite’s orbit - yes, but they don’t sell engines. And the market in space is a fiction)

            Reusable rail - are they that sit themselves vertically? Does it make sense to drag half-filled tanks down? - it is better to pull out the payload into orbit with inexpensive, reliable, reliable ones. As I understand it, reusable verticals are the future deadlock. If down by parachute - you can beat or dunk. It is necessary with the wings down, and this is a completely different story, that is, get the bast and start over.
            I'm probably wrong, so mind
            1. Sniper Amateur 3 May 2020 10: 29 New
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              if you remove the use for military purposes (RTTT passes the launch site faster):
              are they selling them to someone?
              no, because it’s expensive. What do they give? Power increase of 5 percent. Are there such expensive tasks to justify the increase in this power? no.

              Space Shuttle, Space Launch System
              Solid Rocket Booster thrust level rocket engine - failed.
              the market in space is a fiction

              Given that the total number of commercial and partial-commercial launches is already four-digit? Wow, what an interesting point! laughing
              As I understand it, reusable verticals are the future deadlock. Gotta with wings down

              You understand that. smile And among experts - there is no consensus. And it wasn’t even when my parents walked under the table, and all kinds of “shuttles” were a megatrend. In any case, the Mask is doing very well so far not only in terms of technology, but also in terms of competition in terms of cost of launches.
              1. Disant 3 May 2020 17: 34 New
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                so far, you and Mask are pretty good at writing articles on the wiki and linking to them — that bolt has been tested, that nozzle has been tested — and Tesla’s somersaulting car in open space and American astronauts flying into orbit in the Unions for nearly a dozen years old.
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                The shuttle with its solid fuel sides placed the same load into orbit as the Buran. Moreover, after the shuttle was built for its intended purpose (by load), it was not used - the satellites were launched with conventional missiles. because both the shuttle and the snowstorm in these enormous sizes are a dead end. Why pay more?
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                According to SLS - this is the past future. Repeat the Fifty Trick
                1. Sniper Amateur 3 May 2020 17: 48 New
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                  so far, you and Mask are pretty good at writing articles on the wiki and linking to them — that bolt has been tested, that nozzle has been tested — and Tesla’s somersaulting car in open space and American astronauts flying into orbit in the Unions for nearly a dozen years old.

                  Ага. laughing A two-digit list (and the first digit there is not a single unit) of successful launches Mask - bring?
                  The shuttle with its solid fuel sides placed the same load into orbit as the Buran. Moreover, after the shuttle was built for its intended purpose (by load), it was not used - the satellites were launched with conventional missiles. because both the shuttle and the snowstorm in these enormous sizes are a dead end.

                  Not the same. More.
                  List of satellites launched by the shuttles - lead?
                  According to SLS - this is the past future. Repeat the Fifty Trick

                  This is the moon and Mars. What you cannot. Even in future plans. No matter how he puffed out the corroded cheeks of DOR. Therefore, all that remains for you is how to whistle (exposing yourself to a ridiculous ridicule) "And we don’t need this!" bully
                  1. Disant 3 May 2020 18: 29 New
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                    that is, we slipped from a dispute in sales and success in engines to the number of starts?
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                    You don’t want to answer the question, but you want to argue pointlessly, throwing Wikipedia without comparison - you want to.
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                    Therefore, all that remains for you is how to whistle (exposing yourself to a ridiculous ridicule) "And we don’t need this!"

                    “Yes, for such loots, we don’t need this,” the Americans said, and first they cut the shuttle program every 10 times, and then they repeated it again, closing the shuttle program.
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                    Moon and Mars? what is the moon and mars? Have you ever kept a billion dollars in your pocket? and on SLS - they can allocate 35 billion to stick a flag in the moon - after all, all other programs related to SLS have already been cut again, as with the shuttle. “Yes, for such loot, we don’t need it,” the Americans said.
                    Nobody will return from Mars - look at the latest information on galactic radiation, on the Moon - again a maximum of several days, and go home so that the fins do not stick together. You write about SLS, right?
                    Americans need manned ships, I’ll support them, but to insure the Alliances, and not to fantasize about plowing outer space.
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                    The programs of leading corporations are at an impasse - where to go next, so that there is light at the end of the tunnel and that there is a drink.
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                    and about the shuttle loads - yes, please, discard that they drove such an enormous huge, except for Hubble and his repair program - that was really a success
                    1. Sniper Amateur 3 May 2020 19: 56 New
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                      that is, we slipped from a dispute in sales and success in engines to the number of starts?

                      Did you decide to get off?
                      So I can give you the statistics of commercial launches as well. I have to sit in the office until morning, and with the Chef I usually do not .. more than four times on duty .. I worry - he’s a little bit older smile - so I have a lot of free time. laughing
                      “Yes, for such loot, we don’t need it,” the Americans said, and first cut the shuttle program every 10

                      From what "dodelnik" stele "(stele is the ceiling in Ukrainian) are these" 10 times "taken - can you tell? wink laughing
                      Nobody will return from Mars - look at the latest information on galactic radiation, on the Moon - again a maximum of several days, and go home so that the fins do not stick together. You write about SLS, right?

                      You know, the "arguments" of the chela confusing the galactic cosmic rays and the solar wind are not interesting to me. I learned the difference between the two in the 11th grade of a rural school.
                      Leading corporation programs at a standstill

                      Did you say that? Did someone confirm AI status? Even if the bullshit AI level Dima "Fat Cheeks" Rogozin? laughing
                      and about the shuttle loads - yes, please, discard that they drove such an enormous huge, except for Hubble and his repair program - that was really a success

                      You open:
                      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Space_Shuttle_missions
                      - you click on internal links to orbital missions one by one, pass texts through Google Translate - and enjoy it with pleasure!
                      1. Disant 3 May 2020 23: 06 New
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                        from this footcloth!
                        the answer for the sale of engines, as I understand it, will not be - eat a stupid number of starts. In short, a failure on your part.
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                        SO CALLED commercial launches do not reflect reality. Something I did not hear calls to KIM Jong-un about launching satellites - but he would launch the cheapest one - training + passing load + interesting orbit.
                        You understand - corporations rule flights, nobody gives their bread - there is a lot of loot, and we are hung on our ears with the cost of this, the cost of this. We have import launches that go to those orbits where they (zapadentsy) can’t get it, or it really did, because the brothers in their minds are tearing three skins.
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                        by galactic radiation, I see that you also have nothing to say, but in the meantime this factor hits all cosmic matters. All all space programs will be reviewed. From the SLS, there was only a stupid flight to the moon with a flag - and after all, there should be an American lunar missile meeting! orbital station. From all this splendor there was a zilch in the form of another flag on a stick - the Americans themselves had already announced.
                        Orion, like the Federation, for long-distance flights is poorer. There’s nowhere to fly - the people of Khan. Then why do these excess tadpoles in orbit - the Union copes well and, most importantly - is reliable and tested in battle.
                        .
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                        the answer for the sale of engines, as I understand it, will not be - eat a stupid number of starts. In short, a failure on your part.

                        Yah? Exactly - right failure?
                        Launches are not important, but is the supply of engines important? Come up with something smarter. Chessn word!
                        SO CALLED commercial launches do not reflect reality. Something I did not hear calls to KIM Jong-un about launching satellites - but he would launch the cheapest one - training + passing load + interesting orbit.

                        What are the load capacity and reliability? What is the range of parameters of possible orbits? Acceleration block - is there? How often can launches occur? Otozh bo ...
                        by galactic radiation, I see that you also have nothing to say, but in the meantime this factor hits all cosmic matters.

                        When you bring me the proof of AI, claiming that the role of galactic cosmic rays within the asteroid belt is at least remotely comparable to the contribution of the "solar wind", then we'll talk.
                        From the SLS there was only a stupid flight to the moon with a flag

                        Why is NASA completely unaware of this? And continues the program of the lunar inhabited orbiter and the manned Martian?
                    2. Disant 3 May 2020 23: 55 New
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                      about the shuttle loads - the involvement of the shuttle itself and in general its effectiveness.
                      in the same place, in your favorite Wikipedia - there were a bunch of tasks for the shuttle during the design.
                      The output is 135 fucking expensive launches in 30 years of use. But they planned 25 a year. of these 135 - two disasters, about 10 first training, 20 pieces - to dock with the ISS and the World as a truck) this is cheap!) - but in fact these are auxiliary missions. The Americans were digging the earth right with their nose - they were looking for and inventing tasks for the shuttles.
                      The loads were always small - all sorts of research and communication satellites - several tons each.
                      Of course, the exception was Hubble + repairs and two more flights with the same heavy 20-tonne expensively priced reconnaissance satellites (I no longer found on the list you proposed) - one of the normal tasks of the shuttle. And, for some reason, he did not carry them anymore. And other comrades drove: Titan-3, Titan-4, Titan-34, Delta-4 - a total of 20 satellites that the shuttle was supposed to carry. But he could not and just insured.
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                      But nevertheless, a plus sign of the Shuttle idea was given from the American military - it scared the leadership of the USSR, forced the USSR to get involved in the arms race and the USSR had to develop exactly the same program - the Buran dinosaur, where a lot of folk money was swollen. And we did not print money to the whole world.
                    3. Sniper Amateur 4 May 2020 00: 56 New
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                      The loads were always small - all sorts of research and communication satellites - several tons each.
                      Of course, the exception was Hubble + repairs and two more flights with the same heavy 20-tonne expensively reconnaissance satellites (I no longer found in the list you proposed)

                      ISS Modules - Where Lost? laughing
                      But with which one can agree - that the Shuttle really did not justify itself. Large orbital rocket planes are a dead end (what did you say about “need wings” there? wink ) Plus, no one expected such a pronounced trend towards miniaturization and an increase in the duration of operation and the reliability of payloads. By and large - TKS "Earth-Cosmos" with such a total mass of output PN - it becomes necessary only now. And even that is not the same with the frequency of launches. on which the shuttle was planned.
                    4. Disant 4 May 2020 01: 20 New
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                      ISS modules - tell me the shuttle launch numbers.
                      about the wings - I'm not talking about back and forth into orbit, but about the sides and about the first stage in general.
                      https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/03/10/nasa-inspector-general-says-sls-moon-rocket-costs-continue-to-climb/
                      SLS - already overrun by 30 percent of the budget. If trump stands, then he will give to the flag.
                      https://www.space.com/nasa-remove-lunar-gateway-artemis-critical-path.html
                      and they waved the handle of the lunar orbital station
                      and here’s the answer in the same vein about radiation. almost fresh
                      Vyacheslav Shurshakov, head of the radiation safety department of manned space flights at the IMBP:
                      https://ria.ru/20191227/1562889927.html
                      source - the head of the Department of Space Radiobiology and Pharmacology and the Laboratory of Radiation and Extreme Neurophysiology of the SSC RF of the Institute of Biomedical Problems of the Russian Academy of Sciences Andrei Sergeevich Shtemberg.
                      all colonizations are shattered:
                      https://www.radiorus.ru/brand/63253/episode/2146174
                      hope you are satisfied?
                      By and large - TKS "Earth-Cosmos" with such a total mass of output PN - it becomes necessary only now.

                      nothing to run - we all die
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                    6. Sniper Amateur 6 May 2020 22: 19 New
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                      and here’s the answer in the same vein about radiation. almost fresh
                      Vyacheslav Shurshakov, head of the radiation safety department of manned space flights at the IMBP:
                      https://ria.ru/20191227/1562889927.html
                      source - the head of the Department of Space Radiobiology and Pharmacology and the Laboratory of Radiation and Extreme Neurophysiology of the SSC RF of the Institute of Biomedical Problems of the Russian Academy of Sciences Andrei Sergeevich Shtemberg.
                      all colonizations are shattered:
                      https://www.radiorus.ru/brand/63253/episode/2146174
                      hope you are satisfied?

                      No, not satisfied. I always want more sex. tongue
                      And now, in addition to jokes: NASA estimates the dose of radiation when flying to Mars and staying on it and in orbit around it for 2-3 months. - at ~ 1 Sv (100 rem). According to the military directory: I — the easiest degree of radiation, which is almost guaranteed to be cured by modern medicine — begins with more than 100 rem. And a person can survive and receive up to 600 rem.
                      PS Some of my answers to you have been rubbed. sad I hope you read them.
                    7. Disant 7 May 2020 03: 12 New
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                      it was necessary to listen to the audio broadcast carefully, and not rewind -
                      we are not talking about solar radiation - galactic radiation hits a wider range of particles, leading to astronaut disorientation and more serious consequences DURING flight. Automation can bring corpses back.
                      And so yes - a one-time lucky astronaut will be treated and die already on the ground.
                    8. Sniper Amateur 7 May 2020 03: 17 New
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                      a one-time lucky astronaut will be treated and die already on the ground.

                      What was the likelihood that Gagarin would return alive? 0,33 or 0.63? And what was the competition? 100 or 200 people for each vacancy in the first part of the Soviet cosmonaut corps?
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                      I hear about probability for the first time.
                      and how can one compare the operability of technology (in the case of Gagarin) and the natural phenomenon of a cosmic scale that has existed since the formation of the universe? Then it is necessary to compare the technique, then and today.
                      yes, when flying in deep space, in addition to galactic radiation, there will also be additional radiation from the ship's skin
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                      In this case, it’s necessary to compare not “technology and the phenomenon of scale”, but risk vs. motivation. For the sake of being the first people on Mars, there are more than enough people willing to take the risk of almost certain death for this. Because it will be cooler than Armstrong and Gagarin at least.When I was at the front, I had occasion to see (and even have the honor of being friends and gasp smile ) lads and girls who are ready to go (and really go) to certain death without any expectation that "their name will be written in the history of Ukraine in gold letters." And here - it will really be Golden Letters. In the history of not a small Ukraine, but of the whole of Humanity, damn it! It will block only the first manned flight to some Alpha Centauri. I would fly! And all nafig - and the Galaxy and academic practice!
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                      Well, if it was about coolness, then I have nothing more to object to.
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                      You understand, you can load a thousand young healthy people at least on one flight and send them to Mars or much further, while putting a thousand-year-old pure gold memorial during their lifetime. And there will be no need to look for anyone - the motivation will not be fame, fame, narcissism or some kind of calculation - it will be enough to wear the spacesuit and a new patch on the sleeve.
                      With the same success, you can start on the Sun, having received a grateful wow from contemporaries and descendants.
                      And this act will in no way stand not only on a par with the flight of the first person into space or landing on the moon, but not even on one board - it will be a simple murder.
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                      And this act will in no way stand not only on a par with the flight of the first person into space or landing on the moon, but not even on one board - it will be a simple murder.

                      The fact of the matter is that for Humanity - it really will be "not on one board. "And 100500 times higher. Whatever the Russians blamed about it.
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    these are technologies, even star-striped ones don’t have, for example overalls, but there’s nothing to say about spacesuits, they only copy

    Peacocks, you say?
    The spacesuit "Sokol-M" will be manufactured using foreign components (polyurethane films, pressure lightning), otherwise it will not work reusable. It is possible to develop a spacesuit entirely from Russian components, but in this case it will be designed not for 10, but for one or two flights (Russian-made rubber quickly ages and wears out, germ-lightnings are not produced at all), and will not have the ability to adjust for different height astronauts.
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      What is this quote about Sokol-M from the category I’ll go to dig the sea? where is she from? hope the source is trustworthy?
      1. Sniper Amateur 3 May 2020 19: 29 New
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        Exactly what "I dig the sea." laughing But you - he is supposed to believe. tongue
        Since these "seafarers" are none other than RIA Novosti: laughing
        https://ria.ru/20190829/1558028564.html
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          Exactly what "I dig the sea." But you - he is supposed to believe.
          Since these "seafarers" are none other than RIA Novosti:
          https://ria.ru/20190829/1558028564.html

          got it. willingly believe. plus you for the link to the article.
          It is necessary to somehow justify to the Americans the high cost of delivery to the ISS - these are spacesuits for rescue during depressurization of the descent vehicle or in orbit, and not for spacewalks.
          And so maybe the Americans will let their gum feel - and what if?
          This is technical intelligence. This is an excuse. These falcons are a hundred years old at lunch — they have already been modernized to death.
          It is clear that the Americans will not let you just feel it - they only have money on their mind
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  • lvov_aleksey April 28 2020 21: 03 New
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    Purely offhand: solid propellant rocket engines, reusable liquid propellant rocket engines, methane liquid propellant rocket engines ...

    articles pliz
    1. Sniper Amateur 3 May 2020 10: 37 New
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      Was Wiki banned? Okay, I’ll help. wink laughing
      https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%91%D0%BE%D0%BA%D0%BE%D0%B2%D0%BE%D0%B9_%D1%83%D1%81%D0%BA%D0%BE%D1%80%D0%B8%D1%82%D0%B5%D0%BB%D1%8C_%D0%9C%D0%A2%D0%9A%D0%9A_%D0%A1%D0%BF%D0%B5%D0%B9%D1%81_%D1%88%D0%B0%D1%82%D1%82%D0%BB
      https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%9C%D0%B5%D1%80%D0%BB%D0%B8%D0%BD_(%D1%80%D0%B0%D0%BA%D0%B5%D1%82%D0%BD%D1%8B%D0%B9_%D0%B4%D0%B2%D0%B8%D0%B3%D0%B0%D1%82%D0%B5%D0%BB%D1%8C)
      https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raptor_(%D1%80%D0%B0%D0%BA%D0%B5%D1%82%D0%BD%D1%8B%D0%B9_%D0%B4%D0%B2%D0%B8%D0%B3%D0%B0%D1%82%D0%B5%D0%BB%D1%8C)
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BE-4
      1. Disant 7 May 2020 14: 34 New
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        The fact of the matter is that for Humanity - it really will be "not on one board." And 100500 times higher. Whatever the Russians blamed about this.


        Well, and talked. Well you are all about space and space, you would immediately start from this.
        I feel sorry for you. I wish you success in academic practice. bye
        1. Sniper Amateur 9 May 2020 14: 50 New
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          And good luck to you, sex, money! love