SpaceX CRS-9

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SpaceX CRS-9
(SpX-9)
ISS-48 SpaceX CRS-9 arrives at the ISS (1).jpg
SpaceX Dragon teh tsiap-kīn ISS ê sî-tsūn
Jīm-bū lūi-hêng ISS póo-kip [en]
Chhau-chok-chiá SpaceX
COSPAR ID 2016-046A
SATCAT № 41672
Jīm-bû keng-kòe sî-kan Final: 39kang ,11tiám-cheng ,3hun-cheng
Thài-khong-chûn sèng-chit
Thài-khong-chûn Dragon C111
Thài-khong-chûn lūi-hêng Dragon CRS
Chè-chō-chiá SpaceX
Bû jiân-liāu chit-liōng 4,200 kg (9,300 lb)
Chhùn-chhioh Height: 7.2 m (24 ft)
Diameter: 3.7 m (12 ft)
Jīm-bū ê khai-sí
Hoat-siā ji̍t-chí 18 July 2016, 04:44 (2016-07-18UTC04:44) UTC[1]
Hóe-chìⁿ Falcon 9 Full Thrust
Hoat-siā tē-tiám Cape Canaveral SLC-40
Chhéng-hù-chiá SpaceX
Jīm-bū ê kiat-sok
Hòe-khì khó huê-siu
Kàng-lo̍h ji̍t-chí 26 August 2016, 15:47 (2016-08-26UTC15:48) UTC[2]
Kàng-lo̍h tē-tiám ThaiThài-pîng-iûñ, 525 km (326 mi) SW of Baja[2]
Kúi-tō chham-sò͘
Reference system Tē-sim kuí-tō [en]
Regime Kīn-tē kuí-tō [en]
Semi-major axis 6,780.61 km (4,213.28 mi)
Eccentricity 0.000214
Perigee 401.02 km (249.18 mi)
Apogee 403.93 km (250.99 mi)
Inclination 51.6432°
Period 92.62 hun-tsing
Mean motion 15.5488 tsuán/ta̍k-kang
Epoch 2016-nî 7-gue̍h 25, 12:53:58 UTC[3]
Po̍k-uīing with ISS
Po̍k-uīing port Harmony siōng kē-tiám
RMS capture 2016-nî 7-gue̍h 20, 10:56 UTC[4]
Po̍k-uīing date 2016-nî 7-gue̍h 20, 14:03 UTC[4]
Unpo̍k-uīing date 2016-nî 8-gue̍h 25, 21:00 UTC[5]
RMS release 2016-nî 8-ue̍h 26, 10:11 UTC[2]
Time po̍k-uīed 36kang ,6tiám-cheng ,57hun-cheng
Cargo
Mass 2,257 kg (4,975.8 lb)[6]
Pressurised 1,790 kg (3,946.3 lb)[6]
Unpressurised 467 kg (1,029.5 lb)[6]

NASA's SpX-9 mission patch graphic simulates the view from inside IDA-2, displaying the three petals of the docking adapter.
NASA SpX-9 jīm-bū hui-tsiong [en]


Siong-gia̍p póo-kip ho̍k-bū [en]
← SpaceX CRS-8 OA-5

SpaceX CRS-9 (ing-gú: SpaceX CRS-9), mā kiò-tsò SpX-9, sī tsi̍t-hāng tsên-óng kok-tsè thài-khong-tsām ê siong-gia̍p póo-kip ho̍k-bū [en] jīm-bū, tī 2016-nî 7-gue̍h 18-ji̍t huat-siā.[7][8] Tsia-ê ƶīm-bū sī-iû NASA teh sîng-pau, pīng-iû SpaceX sú-iōng Dragon [en] thài-khong-tshong tsìn-hîng tshau-tsok. Ū tsi̍t-phe huè-bu̍t í-king sîng-kong tah-tsài teh SpaceX ê Falcon 9 27-hō hâng-pan tíng-kuân.

Tsù-kái[siu-kái | kái goân-sí-bé]

  1. Graham, William (17 July 2016). "CRS-9 Dragon completes journey to the Space Station". NASA Spaceflight. 20 July 2016 khòaⁿ--ê. 
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Harwood, William (26 August 2016). "SpaceX supply ship departs station, returns to Earth". CBS News. 26 August 2016 khòaⁿ--ê.  (Eng-gí)
  3. "Dragon CRS-9 - Orbit". Heavens Above. 25 July 2016. 26 July 2016 khòaⁿ--ê. 
  4. 4.0 4.1 Gebhardt, Chris (20 July 2016). "CRS-9 Dragon completes journey to the Space Station". NASA Spaceflight. 20 July 2016 khòaⁿ--ê. 
  5. "ISS Daily Summary Report – 08/25/2016". NASA. 25 August 2016. 26 August 2016 khòaⁿ--ê. 
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 "SpaceX CRS-9 Mission Overview" (PDF). NASA. 26 July 2016 khòaⁿ--ê. 
  7. "All systems go..." Twitter.com. SpaceX. 16 July 2016. 17 July 2016 khòaⁿ--ê. 
  8. "SpaceX CRS-9 for NASA". SpaceXStats.com. 17 July 2016 khòaⁿ--ê. 

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