Buzz World 365 Logo

Technische Probleme: NASA muss Mond-Mission verschieben | BR24

Aug 30, 2022

Technische Probleme: NASA muss Mond-Mission verschieben | BR24

nasa

wants to open a new chapter in space travel 50 years after the last time a person set foot on the moon in 2025 people are supposed to fly to the moon again today the first test flight with a new moon rocket was eagerly awaited but it was short blown off before the start due to technical problems on one of the rocket engines says the us space agency important components for the historic artemis

mission

come from bavaria because at the same time a talk for the moon

mission

everything seemed ready but the beginning of a new space travel era is with these words stopped from the control center today's launch has been canceled earliest new launch date is now september 2nd on the way to the moon this module will be crucial the european service module which was developed by the european space agency esa together with airbus and was mainly built in germany contains the propulsion of the astronaut capsules the capsule itself is the brain and the living space and the service module is in principle the drive thoughts to the extent that the body in things must be coordinated with each other the module is a very critical component if that fails a declared earth is no longer possible if the drive fails that means it is also a milestone that he can rely on the europeans in critical technologies critical acts here in the front of the capsule instead of astronauts you will be on board the puppets helga and sohar of the german center for air and space travel through you can the radioactive
technische probleme nasa muss mond mission verschieben br24
radiation exposure for the astronauts be measured during the flight in a good two years, astronauts should also fly provided the first

mission

is successful,

nasa

has proven in tests that it is ready for the return to the moon now it has to show that what it has also developed in hardship merged in the studio is the physicist and former astronaut p rofessor ulrich walter and called professor walter a nice good evening there is something bigger behind the cancellation of the rocket launch today there is something important but nothing major what happened a drive from the lower stage of the central stage could not be cooled down you have to know that that is very important there are four drives below and when the ice-cold hydrogen comes from above from minus 250 degrees celsius and hits this drive without being cooled, then the zbs breaks because there is a temperature shock and that is why this drive has to be cooled down beforehand and this cooling down didn’t work today shouldn't you have known that in advance no, you can't know that beforehand we really have to have all the valves working and you only do that when the tank is actually filled and the so-called schildauer is made, i.e. this green one is made lisa seitz fast on or fifth september do you think so then wi rd it works my personal opinion is that it is like that because we were quite advanced what comes after that are actually only electronic things that you can test very well beforehand and that's why I think
technische probleme nasa muss mond mission verschieben br24
the second time I fly bayern will actually fly with me because he's from augsburg dom so rather above the tank we think will fly with it is very important for the bavarians to get a foot in the door of international aerospace here mt aerospace is the name of the company in knoxville that makes very high quality parts especially for the ariane 6 or reale 5 and now even for this rocket this has caused recognition from

nasa

this particularly good quality and that's why they put this dome there so that's really a good sign for this company now it just has to work 50 years ago a person first had the set foot on the moon why the long break now that was due to political decisions in 2003 ha t bush junior decided we want to go back to and then to mars and also released the money for it after that obama came there and said my god we were on

mond

ays we don’t want anything there again we fly to asteorids yeah that’s always stuffed up again and then when he was gone, the trend came to her and she said he was a great idea moon mars willich financed the money again and now the two of them say it fits very well i finance it too and that’s why we have a delay of a few years in speaking here the financing of innovations and visions costs money too much no i don't think so it's a lot of money that's not a question the development of the rocket cost 50 billion dollars but we will probably have the rocket for more than 20 to 30 years and in that respect i see it a very sensible investment
technische probleme nasa muss mond mission verschieben br24
for something unique in human history is the step on mars that the former astr onaut ulrich walter thank you very much for the interview
Trending