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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 stepped on the moon in 2025 people are supposed to fly to the moon again today the first test flight with a spacecraft rocket was eagerly awaited new moon but it was short before the start due to technical problems in one of the rocket motors says that the united states space agency important components for the historic artemis

mission

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

mission

to the moon everything seemed to be set but the beginning of a new era of space travel was stopped with these words from the control center today's launch has been canceled the new earliest launch date is now september 2 en route 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 built mainly in germany nia contains the propulsion of the astronauts' capsules the capsule itself is the brain and the living space and the service module is, in principle, the impulse of thoughts to the extent that the body in things must coordinate with each other the module is a very critical component if that fails a stated ground is no longer possible that if the booster fails that means it is also a milestone you can trust the europeans in critical technologies critical acts here on the pod front instead of astronauts you will be on board the puppets helga and sohar of the german center for air and space travel through you the radioactive radiation exposure of astronauts during flight can be measured in a good two years, astronauts should too fly as long as the first

mission

is successful,

nasa

has shown in tests that it is ready to return to the moon now it is time to show that what it has also developed in penuri as merged into the studio is physicist and former astronaut p professor ulrich walter and they called professor walter good night there is something bigger behind the cancellation of the rocket launch today there is something important but nothing important what happened an impulse from the stage bottom of center stage could not be cooled you have to know that that is very important there are four units below and when the frozen hydrogen comes from above from minus 250 degrees celsius and hits this unit without cooling then the zbs breaks because there is a shock of temperature and that's why this unit needs to be cooled beforehand and this cooling didn't work today, shouldn't I have known that beforehand? actually it fills up and the so-called schildauer is done, that is, this green is done smooth seitz fast on or the fifth of 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 it comes after it's actually just electronic stuff you can test very well beforehand and that's why i think the second time i fly the bayern will really fly with me because he is from augsburg dom so rather above the tank we believe with that it will fly it is very important for Bavarians to get a foot in the door of the international aerospace industry here mt aerospace is the name of the company in knoxville that makes very high quality parts especially for the ariane 6 or the reale 5 and now, even for this rocket this has caused

nasa

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

mond

ays we don't want anything there again we fly to asteroids yeah that's always full got back up and then when he was gone he came up with the trend and said it was a great idea moon mars willich funded the money again and now they both say it's a great fit i fund it too and that's why we're a few years late talking here funding innovations and visions costs too much money no i don't think so it's a lot money, that's not a question, the rocket cost 50 billion dollars to develop, but we'll probably have the rocket for more than 20 to 30 years and in that sense I see it as a very sensible investment for something unique co in human history is the passage on Mars that the former astronaut ulrich walter thank you very much for the interview
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