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|Sujet: Une nouvelle "station service" à Baïkonour Jeu 10 Nov 2011 - 21:19|| |
Une nouvelle station de remplissage en gaz des véhicules spaciaux, en zone 91A, a été étrennée à Baïkonour. Elle operera en parallèle avec celle, célèbre, de la zone 31. La nouvelle remplace en fait celle ancienne, ouverte en 1976 qui avait été fermée en 1992.
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- Baikonur was put into operation a new gas station
November 8-9, at petrol stations 91A Baikonur site fueling tanks made of high-pressure booster "Briz-M" being trained by the program "Proton/AziaSat-7."
Filling the booster has completed the process of commissioning a new gas station. After graduating from fueling the upper stage was returned to the site 92A-50 launch site for further preparation for the launch, scheduled for November 25.
Subsequently, a gas station site 91A is operated together with the existing gas station at the site 31, which will provide more efficient performance of the training space vehicles.
Gas station was 11G141 for filling with propellant components and compressed gases spacecraft and boosters built on the site 91A in 1976. Resource Station was set at 10 years and 500 cycles of filling stations. By the mid-80's station has developed these standards in 1992 and was decommissioned.
Since that time, all refueling spacecraft, modules, stations and boosters were at a gas station 11G12 31st platforms.
Reconstruction of the gas station area 91A launch site was conducted over several years. There was an overhaul of the station building, installed new equipment, including set up finishing area. Gas station for the comic devices is a complex engineering facilities as well as satellites are charged with aggressive components of the fuel under high pressure. In this regard, increased demands for tightness and corrosion resistance of the plant equipment, filtration system. In the apparatus and equipment widely used digital technology and new materials. Built more than a dozen buildings and facilities, catering to the gas station.