Erinevus lehekülje "Kasutaja:Sassik321/Falcon 9" redaktsioonide vahel

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| status = {{plainlist|
* '''FT:''' Aktiivne
* '''Block 5:''' Arenduses<ref name=Elon-2017-AMA />
* '''Block 5:''' Arenduses<ref name=Elon-2017-AMA>{{cite web |url=https://www.reddit.com/r/spacex/comments/590wi9/i_am_elon_musk_ask_me_anything_about_becoming_a/d94v8p8/ |title=I am Elon Musk, ask me anything about becoming a spacefaring civ! |first=Elon |last=Musk |author-link=Elon Musk |date=October 23, 2016 |access-date=May 4, 2017}}</ref>
* '''v1.1:''' ei ole kasutuses
* '''v1.0:''' ei ole kasutuses
}}
| fail = 1 ('''v1.1''', [[CRS-7]])
| partial = 1 ('''v1.0''', [[SpaceX CRS-1|CRS-1]])<ref name="sn20121011">{{cite news |last=de Selding |first=Peter B. |title=Orbcomm Craft Launched by Falcon 9 Falls out of Orbit |url=http://spacenews.com/orbcomm-craft-launched-by-falcon-9-falls-out-of-orbit/ |accessdate=2012-10-15 |newspaper=Space News>
|date=2012-10-15 |quote=Orbcomm requested that SpaceX carry one of their small satellites (weighing a few hundred pounds, vs. Dragon at over 12,000 pounds)... The higher the orbit, the more test data [Orbcomm] can gather, so they requested that we attempt to restart and raise altitude. NASA agreed to allow that, but only on condition that there be substantial propellant reserves, since the orbit would be close to the space station. It is important to appreciate that Orbcomm understood from the beginning that the orbit-raising maneuver was tentative. They accepted that there was a high risk of their satellite remaining at the Dragon insertion orbit. SpaceX would not have agreed to fly their satellite otherwise, since this was not part of the core mission and there was a known, material risk of no altitude raise.}}</ref>
| other_outcome = 1 ('''FT''', [[Amos-6]]){{efn|name=Amos-6}}
| landings = 19 / 24 katsetust<!-- UPDATE after each launch -->
| first = {{plainlist|
* '''FT:''' 22 December 2015 [[Falcon 9 lend 20|(OG2 Flight 2)]]<ref name="nasaspaceflight.com">{{cite web|last1=Graham|first1=William|title=SpaceX returns to flight with OG2, nails historic core return|url=http://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2015/12/spacex-rtf-core-return-attempt-og2/|website=NASASpaceFlight|accessdate=22 December 2015|date=21 December 2015|quote=The launch also marked the first flight of the Falcon 9 Full Thrust, internally known only as the "Upgraded Falcon 9"}}</ref>
* '''v1.1:''' 29 September 2013 [[Falcon 9 lend 6|(CASSIOPE)]]<ref name=nsfdc20130929 />
{{cite web |last=Graham|first=Will |title=SpaceX successfully launches debut Falcon 9 v1.1 |url=http://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2013/09/spacex-debut-falcon-9-v1-1-cassiope-launch/ |publisher=NASASpaceFlight |accessdate=29 September 2013 }}</ref>
* '''v1.0:''' 4 June 2010 [[Falcon 9 lend 1|(Dragon COTS Demo 1)]]<ref name="MSDB" />
}}
|SI = {{plainlist| <!--specific impulse of an individual booster/stage, in secs, optional-->
* '''v1.1'''
** '''merepinnal:''' 282 sekundit<ref name=falcon9-v1.1-si>{{cite web|title=Falcon 9 |url=http://www.spacex.com/falcon9.php |publisher=SpaceX |accessdate=29 September 2013 |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20130501002858/http://www.spacex.com/falcon9.php |archivedate=May 1, 2013 }}</ref>
** '''vaakumis:''' 311 sekundit<ref name=falcon9-v1.1-si />
* '''v1.0'''
==Ajalugu==
===Arendus===
Erinevalt SpaceX-i eelmisest raketist, mis arendati täielikult oma vahenditega, aitas Falcon 9 arendamist kiirendada NASA. NASA finantseeris arendust ja oli valmis tellima mitu lendu, kui teatud eesmärgid täideti. See koostöö algas seemnerahastusega Kaubandusliku orbitaalse transporditeenuse(COTS) programmist aastal 2006. <ref name="Lindenmoyer quoted"/><ref name="NASA COTS-2006">{{cite web |url=https://www.nasa.gov/offices/c3po/about/cots_demo_competition.html |title=COTS 2006 Demo Competition |date=January 18, 2006 |publisher=NASA |accessdate=24 June 2017 }}</ref>Kokku sai SpaceX NASAlt 278 miljonit dollarit, lisaks nõustus NASA ostma kolm demolendu.<ref name= "NASA-SAA2006">{{cite web |url=https://www.nasa.gov/offices/c3po/partners/spacex/ |title=Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX) |publisher=NASA |accessdate=24 June 2017 }}</ref>
NASA hakkas raketi ankurüürnikuks 2008. aastal, kui nad tellisid 12 transpordilendu Rahvusvahelisesse kosmosejaama, lepingu väärtuseks oli 1,6 miljardit dollarit. Lepingu tingimuseks oli demolendude edukus.
 
===Testimine===
Leping NASAga nägi ette, et Falcon 9 esimene demolend toimub 2008. aasta septembris ja et kõik kolm demolendu toimuvad 2009. aasta septembriks.<ref name="Space Act" /> Raketi testimine võttis aga oodatust kauem aega ja esimene lend toimus alles 4. juunil 2010. aastal.
 
Esimene test kus töötasid korraga mitu mootorit toimus 2008. aasta jaanuaris.<ref name="SpaceX 18 January 2008" /> Seejärel suurendati korraga testitavate mootorite hulka järk-järgult, 2008. aasta novembris testiti lõpuks kõiki üheksat mootorit korraga.<ref name="SpaceX November 23, 2008" />
 
2010. aasta veebruariks oli rakett valmis ja asus läbima katsetusi Kennedy Kosmosekeskuses.<ref name="SpaceX February 25, 2010" /> 9. märtsil plaaniti läbi viia staatiline test, mille käigus testitaks raketti nii, et see ei lahku stardiplatvormilt. Arvutid peatasid testi 2 sekundit enne algust, kuna avastati viga stardiplatvormi heeliumipumpades. Viga parandati ja staatiline test viidi edukalt läbi 13. märtsil.
 
===Tootmine===
2010. aasta detsembris tootis SpaceX uue Falcon 9 raketi (ja Dragoni kosmosekapsli) iga kolme kuu tagant.
 
2013. aasta novembriks oli tootmismaht tõusnud ja nüüd toodeti uus rakett iga kuu, 2014. aasta keskpaigaks oli plaanitud tootmismahtu tõsta 18 raketini aastas ja 2014. aasta lõpuks pidi tootmismaht veel suurenema, 24 raketini aastas.<ref name=aw20131124>{{cite news |last=Svitak|first=Amy |title=Musk: Falcon 9 Will Capture Market Share |url=http://www.aviationweek.com/Article.aspx?id=/article-xml/awx_11_24_2013_p0-640244.xml |accessdate=2013-11-28 |newspaper=Aviation Week |date=2013-11-24 |quote=SpaceX is currently producing one vehicle per month, but that number is expected to increase to '18 per year in the next couple of quarters.' By the end of 2014, she says SpaceX will produce 24 launch vehicles per year.}}</ref> 2015. aasta lõpuks oli plaanitud toota 40 raketti aastas.<ref name=aw20140310>{{cite news |last=Svitak|first=Amy |title=SpaceX Says Falcon 9 To Compete For EELV This Year |url=http://www.aviationweek.com/Article.aspx?id=/article-xml/AW_03_10_2014_p48-668592.xml |accessdate=2014-03-11 |newspaper=Aviation Week |date=2014-03-10 |quote=Within a year, we need to get it from where it is right now, which is about a rocket core every four weeks, to a rocket core every two weeks...By the end of 2015, says SpaceX President Gwynne Shotwell, the company plans to ratchet up production to 40 cores per year.}}</ref>
 
2016. aasta alguseks ei olnud SpaceX oma eesmärke saavutanud, selleks hetkeks oli tootmismaht alles hiljuti jõudnud 18 raketini aastas ja aasta lõpuks loodeti jõuda tootmismahuni 30 raketti aastas.<ref name=sn20160204>{{cite news |last=Foust|first=Jeff |url=http://spacenews.com/spacex-seeks-to-accelerate-falcon-9-production-and-launch-rates-this-year/ |title=SpaceX seeks to accelerate Falcon 9 production and launch rates this year |work=[[SpaceNews]] |date=2016-02-04 |accessdate=2016-02-06}}</ref>
 
===Õhkutõusude ajalugu===
 
====Tähelepanuväärsed lennud====
* '''1. lend''' Falcon 9 esimene lend
 
* '''2. lend''' Esimene lend koos Dragon kapsliga
====Nimekiri õhkutõusudest====
* '''3. lend''' Esimene transpordimissioon Rahvusvahelisesse kosmosejaama
 
* '''6. lend''' Falcon 9 versioon 1.1 esimene lend, esimene lend polaarsele orbiidile
* '''7. lend''' Esimene kommertslast ja esimene lend geosünkroonsele orbiidile (sidesatelliit)
* '''9. lend''' Esimene lend koos maandumisjalgadega, esimene kontrollitud maandumine ookeanis
* '''14. lend''' Esimene lend koos "ruutuimedega", esimene katsetus droonlaevale maanduda
* '''15. lend''' Esimene lend maa gravitatsiooniväljast välja
* '''19. lend''' Täielik ebaõnnestumine, rakett plahvatas õhkutõusu ajal heeliumipaagi purunemise tõttu
* '''20. lend''' Falcon 9 "Full thrust" versiooni esimene lend, esimene edukas maandumine maapinnale
* '''23. lend''' Esimene edukas maandumine droonlaevale
* '''29. lend''' Täielik raketi häving lennueelse testi ajal, ei loeta ametliku stardina
* '''32. lend''' Esimene esimese astme edukas taaslend ja maandumine ajaloos
 
==Disain==
Lasti kaitseks on õhkutõusu ajal lasti ümber kaitsev ümbris, mis eraldub pärast maa atmosfäärist välja jõudmist. Kaitsev ümbris on ehitatud samast materjalist nagu vaheaste.
 
==ViitedTaaskasutatavus==
===Maandumine===
{{Reflist|30em
Falcon 9 on esimene orbitaalne kanderakett mille esimene aste on taaskasutatav. Pärast teise astme eraldumist pöörab esimene aste ennast tagurpidi ja naaseb läbi atmosfääri maale. Maandumiseks on kaks erinevat võimalust, väiksema kütusevajadusega missioonidel võib esimene aste maanduda tagasi maal, stradiplatvormi lähedale. Suurema kütusekuluga missioonide ajal peab esimene aste maanduma merel asuvale autonoomse droonlaeva pardal olevale maandumisplatvormile.
|refs =
 
Esimene edukas maandumine oli Kennedy Kosmosekeskuses asuvale maandumisplatvormile, see tomius 22. detsembril 2015. aastal. Esimene edukas maandumine droonlaevale "Of course I still love you" (Muidugi ma armastan sind ikka veel) toimus 2016. aasta aprillis.
<ref name="MSDB">
{{cite web
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| title = Detailed Mission Data – Falcon-9 ELV First Flight Demonstration
| work = Mission Set Database
| publisher = NASA GSFC
| accessdate = 2010-05-26
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</ref>
 
===Uuesti lendamine===
<ref name="SpaceX March 10, 2009">
Falcon 9-st sai esimene mitmekordselt lennanud orbitaalne kanderakett ajaloos, kui 2017. aasta märtsis eelnevalt lennanud esimene aste uuesti edukalt lasti kosmosesse toimetas ja seejärel droonlaevale maandus. Kokku on SpaceX uuesti kasutanud kolme erinevat esimese astme raketti.
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|newspaper=Space News
|date=2012-10-15
|quote=Orbcomm requested that SpaceX carry one of their small satellites (weighing a few hundred pounds, vs. Dragon at over 12,000 pounds)... The higher the orbit, the more test data [Orbcomm] can gather, so they requested that we attempt to restart and raise altitude. NASA agreed to allow that, but only on condition that there be substantial propellant reserves, since the orbit would be close to the space station. It is important to appreciate that Orbcomm understood from the beginning that the orbit-raising maneuver was tentative. They accepted that there was a high risk of their satellite remaining at the Dragon insertion orbit. SpaceX would not have agreed to fly their satellite otherwise, since this was not part of the core mission and there was a known, material risk of no altitude raise.
}}
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{{cite web
|last1=Graham
| title = Falcon 9 Overview (2012)
|first1=William
| url = http://www.spacex.com/falcon9.php
|title=SpaceX returns to flight with OG2, nails historic core return
| publisher = SpaceX
|url=http://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2015/12/spacex-rtf-core-return-attempt-og2/
| accessdate = 28 September 2013
|website=NASASpaceFlight
| archiveurl = https://web.archive.org/web/20120323073919/http://www.spacex.com/falcon9.php
|accessdate=22 December 2015
| archivedate=March 23, 2012
|date=21 December 2015
|quote=The launch also marked the first flight of the Falcon 9 Full Thrust, internally known only as the "Upgraded Falcon 9"
}}
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{{cite web
|last=Graham
|first=Will
|title=SpaceX successfully launches debut Falcon 9 v1.1
|url=http://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2013/09/spacex-debut-falcon-9-v1-1-cassiope-launch/ |publisher=NASASpaceFlight
|accessdate=29 September 2013
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</ref>
 
<ref name=falcon9-v1.1-si>
{{cite web
| title = Falcon 9 (2013)
| url = http://www.spacex.com/falcon9.php
| publisher =SpaceX SpaceX
| accessdate =29 4September December2013 2013
| archiveurl = https://web.archive.org/web/2013112902000020130501002858/http://www.spacex.com/falcon9.php
| archivedate=NovemberMay 291, 2013
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{{cite webpress
| title = Falcon 9 (2015)
| url = http://www.spacex.com/falcon9
| publisher = SpaceX
| accessdatedate = 3March December10, 20152009
| title = SpaceX Falcon 9 Upper Stage Engine Successfully Completes Full Mission Duration Firing
| archiveurl = https://web.archive.org/web/20151209044716/http://www.spacex.com/falcon9
| url = http://www.spacex.com/press/2012/12/19/spacex-falcon-9-upper-stage-engine-successfully-completes-full-mission-duration
| archivedate=December 9, 2015
}}
</ref>
 
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{{cite web
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|title=Falcon 9 (2016)
| title = Detailed Mission Data – Falcon-9 ELV First Flight Demonstration
|url=http://www.spacex.com/falcon9
| work = Mission Set Database
|publisher=SpaceX
| publisher = NASA GSFC
|accessdate=3 May 2016
| accessdate = 2010-05-26
|deadurl=yes
|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20130715094112/http://www.spacex.com/falcon9
|archivedate=July 15, 2013
|df=mdy
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