[2012-06-16] Long March 2F | Shenzhou-9 & Shenzhou-9-GC

Date di riferimento

Data di lancio NET 2012-06-16 12:37:24 CEST
(2012-06-16 10:37:24 UTC)
Finestra di lancio ISTANTANEA
2:37:24 CEST → 2:37:24 CEST
(10:37:24 UTC → 10:37:24 UTC)

Status attuale

Stato attuale SUCCESSO
Data e ora CONFERMATE
Probabilità n.d.

Missioni

Missione Tipo Orbita
Shenzhou-9 & Shenzhou-9-GC Esplorazione Umana Low Earth Orbit

Lanciatore

Vettore Long March 2F 1
Fabbricante China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation
Fornitore servizi di lancio China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CHN) 1 2
Esordio -
Numero stadi -
Dimensioni altezza: - m, diametro: - m
Peso al lancio - t
Spinta al decollo - kN
Capacità di carico LEO: - kg, GTO: - kg

Stadi e booster

Dati non disponibili.

Veicolo spaziale

Destinazione Tiangong-1
Veicolo Shenzhou 9 12
Modello Shenzhou
Volo di esordio 1999-11-19
Seriale 9
Dimensioni altezza 9,25 m, diametro 2,80 m
Equipaggio Fino a 3 persone
Capacità di carico - kg

Rampa di lancio

Nome Launch Area 4 (SLS-1 / 921) 1 2
Località Jiuquan, People’s Republic of China (CHN)
Lanci totali 13

Equipaggio

Nome Affiliazione Ruolo ↑/↓
Jing Haipeng China National Space Administration Commander
Liu Wang China National Space Administration Flight Engineer
Liu Yang China National Space Administration Flight Engineer
Jing Haipeng China National Space Administration Commander
Liu Wang China National Space Administration Flight Engineer
Liu Yang China National Space Administration Flight Engineer

Video



Ultimo aggiornamento: 2020-03-27T15:21 CET via AstronautiBOT 4.2 beta
Fonte: SpaceLaunchNow API

This is the fourth crewed mission for China’s Shenzhou program which lasted 12 days. Being the first crewed spacecraft to visit the Tiangong-1 space station, it brought up the astronauts Jing Haipeng, Liu Wang and the first Chinese female astronaut Lie Yang. They docked automatically to the station on 18 June. During their stay in the station, astronauts conducted various scientific and technological experiments, and performed manual re-docking on 24 June. Shenzhou 9 undocked on 29 June and landed safely back on Earth the same day.