Soyuz-Flug zur ISS und zurück

by Volker Weber

Die ESA hat zwei wunderbare Videos, die beschreiben, wie das Soyuz-Raumschiff zur ISS und wieder nach Hause kommt. Es gibt auch ein drittes Video, das den eigentlichen Start beschreibt, aber das ist weitgehend bekannt.

Ich wusste nicht, wie das Rendezvous funktioniert und welcher Aufwand getrieben wird, dass Soyuz und ISS keinesfalls kollidieren. Und ich hatte keine Ahnung, wie Soyuz selbst aufgebaut ist. Wir kennen halt Mercury, Gemini und Apollo, aber Soyuz ist komplett anders. Die eigentliche Kapsel ist in der Mitte des Raumschiffs.

Ganz spannende Videos. Nehmt Euch Zeit.


Comments

Many young boys in USSR built a model of Soyuz from a plastic kit. I built it too in far 198x.

Pavel Zheltobryukhov, 2018-12-17

@Pavel: The same in the GDR. :-)

Maik Endler, 2018-12-17

It's a great spaceship. And it is still flying. Russia was always leading, until the Ракета-носител failed.

Volker Weber, 2018-12-17

Last sunday on "Sendung mit der Maus" they used just that. (All Germans and affiliated Germanonphones grow up with "Sendung mit der Maus" and get a lot of general knowledge from it. The "Maus" and the "Elefant" are on the ISS right now for the second time.)
ESA has some very cool videos.
For all those geeks out there here is a link for an online book for NASA about the Apollo Soyuz Project:
https://history.nasa.gov/SP-4209/cover.htm

Very interesting read about how the two cultures worked together and the technical problems.

Christian Tillmanns, 2018-12-18

Absolutely fascinating, even for non technicians - or maybe just for those ...
Makes "Star Wars", "Star Trek", "Interstellar", "2001 - A Space Odyssey" et cetera look even more unreal, unfortunately :)
Thanks Volker!

Stephan Perthes, 2018-12-18

I recently wondered how long it takes to get back to Earth from ISS, now I know.
That's really rocket science, very interesting videos, thanks for the heads up, Volker.

Patric Stiffel, 2018-12-18

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