Questions tagged [soyuz-spacecraft]

Questions regarding the Soyuz manned spacecraft used by the Soviet and Russian space program.

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Detailed information about the Soyuz descent module connection box?

Anyone have some detailed information about how all this connectors, located in the soyuz descent module? Are they used only when they setup the Soyuz or they are ...
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Why does it take three years to manufacture a Soyuz spacecraft?

I've read a Russian article based on the recent report by the US Government Accountability Office regarding the NASA Commercial Crew Program. The article claims that it takes three years to order a ...
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Will Soyuz spacecraft be able to visit the Lunar Gateway?

I mean launch from Earth, dock to the gateway and come back.
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Why will Russia start arming cosmonauts again?

The Phys.org article Russia to give cosmonauts guns to fend off animals on landing says: Cosmonauts have been unarmed for more than a decade but Roscosmos agency head Dmitry Rogozin said it was time ...
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Soyuz parachute cord/rope forces

I'm wondering about the forces (e.g., how much pressure is being applied, how much pulling force, etc.) experienced by the ropes of the Soyuz parachutes when they are deployed. Many thanks!
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Soyuz reentry acceleration profile with timing

I am looking for reentry Soyuz acceleration profile with timing. I was able to find graphs for ascent, but failed to find anything related with descent. The only thing I've got is Andreas Mogensen ...
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What is the splash down speed of the manned dragon capsule?

What's the rated speed of the crewed dragon capsule? Do we have any data on the actual measurement for the demo mission? I'd also appreciate any info on speed for Soyuz, other soviet manned, Apollo, ...
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Could a Soyuz-MS deorbit after a failure of its deorbit engine?

The scenario: A Soyuz-MS spacecraft is on-orbit and ready for its deorbit burn. The crew then discover that there is a fault in the propulsion system and the deorbit engine can't fire. The craft is ...
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Does naming cargo space craft indicate intentions?

ESA committed to launching 5 ATV vehicles. All 5 were named. JAXA has committed to a limited number of HTV launches. And all have been named. Orbital has contracted for 8 launches, and seems to be ...
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Supply mission to ISS

Since the blowing up of third stage of Soyuz 2.1a it has been put at back burner and older version of Soyuz -TM put into survice. My question is since the contract with ESA also expire in 2016 when ...