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ဆေတန် ၅ ဒုံးပျံ The Space Shuttle generated a peak thrust of , and payload capacity to LEO (excluding the Orbiter itself) was , which was about 25 percent of the Saturn V's payload. Total mass in orbit, including the Orbiter, was about , compared to the Apollo 15 total orbital mass of the S-IVB third stage and Apollo spacecraft, of .
ဆလီနီအာကာသယာဉ် Okina (formerly Rstar) and Ouna (formerly Vstar) were octagonal prisms to support radio science. Okina relayed radio communications between the orbiter and the Earth when the orbiter was behind the Moon. This allowed, for the first time, the direct Doppler shift measurements needed
အပိုလို ၁၁ In 2009 the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter imaged the various Apollo landing sites on the surface of the Moon with sufficient resolution to see the descent stages of the lunar modules, scientific instruments, and foot trails made by the astronauts.
ဆလီနီအာကာသယာဉ် On October 9, the relay satellite was released into a orbit, while on October 12 the VLBI satellite was released into a one. Finally, by October 19, the orbiter was in a circular orbit. The nominal mission duration was one year plus possible extensions.
ချန်အဲ ၁ လကမ္ဘာလေ့လာရေးယာဉ် According to the schedule, detailed design of the first program milestone was completed by September 2004. Research and development of a prototype probe and relevant testing of the probe were finished before the end of 2005. Design, manufacture, general assembly, test and ground experiments of the lunar orbiter were finished before December 2006.
ဆလီနီအာကာသယာဉ် ဂျပန်နိုင်ငံတွင် ဒဏ္ဍာရီလာ လနတ်သမီးအမည်ဖြစ်သော ဟူသော နာမည်ပြောင်ဖြင့်လူသိများသည့် ဆလီနီ (; Selenological and Engineering Explorer)အာကာသယာဉ်သည် ဂျပန်တို့၏ ဒုတိယမြောက်လပတ်အာကာသယာဉ်ဖြစ်သည်။ Produced by the Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS) and the National Space Development Agency (NASDA), both now part of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), the spacecraft was launched on September 14, 2007. After successfully orbiting the moon for a year and eight months, the main orbiter was instructed to impact on the lunar surface near the Gill lunar crater at 18:25 UTC on June 10, 2009.
ဆလီနီအာကာသယာဉ် ဆလီနီသည် အပိုလိုစီမံကိန်းပြီးလျင် ဆန်းသစ်သော အကြီးမားဆုံး လကမ္ဘာသွားစီမံကိန်း၏ အစိတ်အပိုင်းဖြစ်သည်။ It followed Japan's first lunar probe, Hagoromo, launched in 1990. China launched its Chang'e 1 lunar explorer on October 24, 2007, followed by India's 22 October 2008 launch of Chandrayaan-1 and the United States Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter in June 2009. The United States, European countries (ESA), Russia, Japan, India and China are planning future manned lunar exploration missions or lunar outpost construction on the Moon between 2018 and 2025.
အပိုလို ၁၁ On July 19 at 17:21:50 UTC, Apollo 11 passed behind the Moon and fired its service propulsion engine to enter lunar orbit. In the thirty orbits[11] that followed, the crew saw passing views of their landing site in the southern Sea of Tranquility (Mare Tranquillitatis) about 20 kilometres (12 mi) southwest of the crater Sabine D (0.67408N, 23.47297E). The landing site was selected in part because it had been characterized as relatively flat and smooth by the automated Ranger 8 and Surveyor 5 landers along with the Lunar Orbiter mapping spacecraft and unlikely to present major landing or extra-vehicular activity (EVA) challenges.[12]
ဆေတန် ၅ ဒုံးပျံ The Space Shuttle was initially conceived of as a cargo transport to be used in concert with the Saturn V, even to the point that a "Saturn-Shuttle," using the orbiter and external tank, but with the tank mounted on a modified, fly-back version of the S-IC, would be used to power the Shuttle during the first two minutes of flight, after which the S-IC would be jettisoned (which would then fly back to KSC for refurbishment) and the Space Shuttle Main Engines would then fire and place the orbiter into orbit. The Shuttle would handle space station logistics, while Saturn V would launch components. Lack of a second Saturn V production run killed this plan and has left the United States without a heavy-lift booster. Some in the U.S. space community have come to lament this situation, as continued production would have allowed the International Space Station, using a Skylab or Mir configuration with both U.S. and Russian docking ports, to have been lifted with just a handful of launches, with the "Saturn Shuttle" concept possibly eliminating the conditions that caused the "Challenger" Disaster in 1986.
မီယာအာကာသစခန်း The 3 February launch of , flying [[STS-63]], opened operations on "Mir" for 1995. Referred to as the "near-"Mir"" mission, the mission saw the first rendezvous of a space shuttle with "Mir" as the orbiter approached within of the station as a dress rehearsal for later docking missions and for equipment testing. Five weeks after "Discovery"'s departure, the [[Mir EO-18|EO-18]] crew, including the first U.S. cosmonaut [[Norman Thagard]], arrived in [[Soyuz TM-21]]. The EO-17 crew left a few days later, with Polyakov completing his record-breaking 437-day spaceflight. During EO-18, the "[[Spektr]]" science module (which served as living and working space for American astronauts) was launched aboard a [[Proton rocket]] and docked to the station, carrying research equipment from America and other nations. The expedition's crew returned to Earth aboard following the first Shuttle–"Mir" docking mission, [[STS-71]]. "Atlantis", launched on 27 June 1995, successfully docked with "Mir" on 29 June becoming the first U.S. spacecraft to dock with a Russian spacecraft since the [[Apollo-Soyuz Test Project|ASTP]] in 1975. The orbiter delivered the [[Mir EO-19|EO-19]] crew and returned the EO-18 crew to Earth. The [[Mir EO-20|EO-20]] crew were launched on 3 September, followed in November by the arrival of the docking module during [[STS-74]].