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STORY WRITTEN FOR & USED WITH PERMISSIONPosted: June 13, 2012 A small X-ray telescope was boosted into orbit by an air-launched Pegasus XL rocket Wednesday, the first step in an ambitious low-cost mission to study supermassive black holes believed to be lurking at the cores of galaxies like Earth’s Milky Way and to probe the creation of heavy elements in the cataclysmic death throes of massive stars. Pegasus mounted to the L-1011. Credit: Justin Ray/Spaceflight NowThe innovative telescope, built around an extendable 33-foot-long Tinkertoy-like mast with nested X-ray mirrors on one end and sensitive detectors on the other, also will study the mechanisms responsible for stellar explosions and look for clues about what powers the energetic jets of particles blasted away from some black holes that apparently can disrupt star formation and even galactic evolution.While X-ray telescopes sensitive to lower energies have been operated with great success, the $180 million Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array, or NuStar, is the first space telescope designed to focus higher-energy X-rays like those used for medical imaging and dental X-rays.NuSTAR images are expected to be “10 times crisper and a hundred times more sensitive than any we’ve had of the cosmos to date,” said Fiona Harrison, the principal investigator at the California Institute of Technology. “This will enable Nu-STAR to study some of the hottest, densest and most energetic phenomenon in the universe.”The mission got underway with a dramatic pre-dawn launch from an L-1011 jet at an altitude of about 40,000 feet above the Pacific Ocean some 120 miles south of the Kwajalein Atoll in the Marshall Islands. Tucked into the nose cone of a three-stage solid-fuel Pegasus XL rocket, the NuSTAR spacecraft was dropped like a bomb at 12 p.m EDT (GMT-4; 4 a.m. Thursday local time). After a five-second fall, the first stage of the winged Pegasus booster ignited with a rush of flame to begin the steep climb to orbit.Orbital Sciences Corp. of Dulles, Va., provided the carrier aircraft, the Pegasus XL booster and the NuSTAR satellite to NASA and the mission operations team at the California Institute of Technology under a “Small Explorer” program contract valued at nearly $180 million. The Pacific Ocean launch zone was selected to enable the spacecraft to reach a scientifically favorable orbit tilted just six degrees to the equator.All three stages of the Pegasus booster operated normally, falling away as planned as their propellants were exhausted. Thirteen minutes after launch, NuSTAR was released into its operational 375-mile-high orbit. A few minutes after that, the telescope’s transmitter was activated and telemetry confirmed the successful deployment of its five-segment solar array.This was the 41st launch of a Pegasus rocket and the 31st using the more powerful XL version. Overall, Pegasus rockets have launched more than 70 satellites since 1990, with 27 successful missions in a row over the past 15 years.“Today was a great day for NuSTAR, a great day for Pegasus, a great day for the entire launch team,” said Tim Dunn, NASA’s assistant launch director. “We thank Orbital Sciences for the ride, and we’re ready to get into the science operation of the NuSTAR mission.” An artist’s concept of NuSTAR in space with its boom deployed between the telescope optics and X-ray detectors. Credit: NASAOver the next six days, engineers plan to activate and check out NuSTAR’s attitude control system, star trackers, solar array drive electronics and instruments. Then, seven days after launch, commands will be sent to deploy the critical open-framework mast that provides the required separation between the telescope’s X-ray mirrors and its detectors.Unlike optical telescopes that use mirrors to bounce starlight to detectors, penetrating X-rays are focused by cylindrical, nested mirrors that cause a very slight deviation in the trajectory of the incoming radiation. A relatively long focal length is required to achieve the sensitivity astronomers need.NuSTAR’s ability to detect high-energy X-rays is the result of improved mirror and detector technology. But its ability to be launched by a small, relatively low-cost rocket is the result of an innovative design incorporating an extendable mast, built by ATK Aerospace Systems, that was originally developed for a shuttle radar mapping mission.Earlier X-ray telescopes, sensitive to lower energies, were built around fixed structures and required large launch vehicles. NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory, for example, weighed more than six tons and was launched by the shuttle Columbia. NuSTAR weighs just 770 pounds. The mast providing the required separation between mirror and detectors was designed to fit inside a 3.3-foot-tall canister at launch.Assuming the 25-minute mast deploy sequence works properly next week, engineers will carefully align the optics and detectors. Science operations are expected to begin in about 30 days.“One of NuSTAR’s primary science goals is to study black holes (and) the extreme physics, the fascinating physics that occurs very close to the black hole where spacetime is severely distorted and particles are accelerated close to the speed of light,” Harrison said. “And also to understand how black holes are distributed throughout the universe.”While galactic blacks holes initially were thought to be rare, “in the last 15 years, we understand that there is a very massive black hole at the center of every galaxy like our Milky Way,” Harrison said. “And not only that, these black holes influence the way these galaxies grow and form.” The L-1011 takes off from Vandenberg last week. Credit: Justin Ray/Spaceflight NowWhile black holes are, by definition, invisible due to gravity so intense not even light can escape, they can be detected by looking for the radiation that is generated as gas and dust are sucked in and heated to extreme temperatures by friction with other in-falling material.“What you’re actually seeing is the dust and gas, the material in the galaxy, that’s attracted by the black hole’s gravity,” Harrison said. “Close to the black hole, it organizes itself into a disk and friction turns this gravitational energy into heat. The material heats up such that when you’re closest to the black hole, just a few times further away than the event horizon itself, the material is radiating high energy X-rays.”Combining NuSTAR’s images with those captured by other, lower-energy X-ray telescopes, scientists will be able to “study the entire X-ray spectrum,” Harrison said, “we can watch atoms circulate in the closest orbits near the black hole, we can observe how spacetime distorts our view of these objects and tell things like how fast the black hole is spinning.”NuSTAR will also focus on a variety of other energetic phenomenon, including the mechanisms responsible for the creation of heavy elements in supernova explosions and those powering the unimaginable jets of particles boosted to near light speed in the vicinity of black holes and other collapsed bodies like neutron stars and spinning pulsars, the left-over cores of stars destroyed in supernova blasts.NuSTAR’s state-of-the-art mirrors and detectors will help astronomers bring their views of the high-energy universe into much sharper focus.“It’s like you’re trying to read a book without your glasses,” Harrison said. “You know there’s text there, but you can’t make out the letters. 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A half-hour into the flight, DART flew over the McMurdo tracking station in Antarctica and relayed initial data. Although engineers could not issue commands to the satellite, they were anxiously awaiting any and all information from the craft to assess the mission’s progress.The satellite completed a checkout of its systems and instruments, which appeared normal. In hindsight, officials said there were some navigation errors beyond what was expected.“About 30 minutes in the mission, we went into our on-orbit checkout. We had all of the instruments powered up. Then we got a pass over McMurdo,” Jim Snoddy, DART project manager from NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center, told reporters in a teleconference today. “The first event that we consider anomalous was we had higher than anticipated navigation errors that we observed after the first McMurdo pass over upon completion of the on-orbit checkout.”But DART flew on successfully over the next 7 hours or so, executing the rendezvous phase of the mission to reach the U.S. military’s Multiple Paths, Beyond-Line-of-Sight Communications (MUBLCOM) satellite. Launched in May 1999, the tiny craft features optical targets — like bicycle reflectors — for DART to see.“We had high accuracy, our autopilot was exercised, performed flawlessly as designed,” Snoddy said, recalling that DART had completed an orbit transfer and aligned with MUBLCOM’s orbital plane as it moved to a point 25 miles behind and 5 miles below the target.“We completed our free drift below the target and prepared for final approach. Again, that was all as planned precisely.”As DART moved to 1.8 miles behind MUBLCOM, the onboard closed-loop guidance kicked in.“This is when you get into the GPS state vector, get into a very tightly precise, controlled approach. We noticed at that time we had some excessive propellant consumption. That operation goes on for approximately a couple of hours.”The key instrument on DART, the Advanced Video Guidance Sensor, successfully spotted the reflectors mounted on MUBLCOM as the two flew inside two miles of each other.“That means we were locked onto MUBLCOM, we were doing things and being able to stay with MUBLCOM,” Snoddy said.Mission engineers were in the blind during a large part of the DART flight, having to wait 30 to 60 minutes for the next spurt of data from the spacecraft as it passed over designated ground tracking stations scattered around the globe.Eleven hours after launch, DART approached MUBLCOM within a distance of 302 feet. But the two spacecraft would not get any closer as a mission-ending failure struck DART. A guidance system command commenced a safe retreat due to propellant depletion.DART has sensed the 70 pounds of nitrogen for its 16 cold-gas reaction control system thrusters needed for minute control and fine-tuning during close approach was gone. The safety instructions built into the satellite told DART it could no longer continue with the maneuvers and needed to move into the next phase of the mission script — departing MUBLCOM’s vicinity and preparing for a concluding retirement engine burn.And DART did just that, coasting away for over 12 hours before a scheduled Saturday afternoon firing of its larger engines to deplete the remaining hydrazine fuel supply to enter an orbit that should lead to re-entry in the atmosphere for burnup in about 10 years.The mission was over.“The automated rendezvous and proximity to go do all of this, to create the brain to do all of that was the key, which I think we demonstrated a lot of. So that was one key technology,” Snoddy said. “The other one was to have this eye, the Advanced Video Guidance Sensor, actually look at (MUBLCOM), pull itself in, pull itself back. We got the eye open, it seen it, it knew how to go get to it, but we didn’t get any further than that.”DART was supposed to close within 16 feet of MUBLCOM during a series of maneuvers flying in, backing away and circling around the target, then repeating the sequence a second time.Designers believed there would be enough thruster propellant for the entire mission plan, plus 30 percent margin. But DART ran out even before flying down the rendezvous corridor to closest approach the first time.“We really were excited and hoping to go show we could drive the DART spacecraft, with its AVGS, down to five meters, back out, keep doing all the transitions, re-validate your models and keep repeating these steps. We actually programmed in to go do all the steps twice. So really what we didn’t do is really show the robustness of the Advanced Video Guidance Sensor. We showed that it would power on and work (but) we didn’t let it really go do the workhorse job we designed it to go do,” Snoddy said.Telemetry did not show any signs of leakage or pressure loss from the thruster tanks. Why the spacecraft expended the fuel supply so quickly is a mystery that must be unraveled.“It was doing what the guidance told it to go do,” Snoddy said, adding the thruster system was guzzling the propellant based on “exactly what the guidance told it to consume.”NASA is forming an investigation to determine what went wrong.“The real truth is you have to be perfect in space. There was obviously something that we didn’t model…That’s what the investigation will go help drive out. They’ll tell us what we didn’t know, assign the root cause so that all of the future mission can learn from this.”This was the first time anybody has ever tried to hand over something totally autonomous in orbit and let it happen. It took a lot of faith to go do that.“Although it didn’t get a chance to demonstrate challenging maneuvers next to MUBLCOM, DART did make the first autonomous rendezvous conducted without any human interaction in U.S. space program history.”We’ve done what nobody has ever tried to do before,"Snoddy said, adding that “we met some key objectives” and called the mission “a partial success.”“But again, we left out a key area of science,” he said. “We left a 12-hour gap of data to go show how we could maneuver this vehicle precisely in orbit.”DART was designed from the outset to be a relatively cheap flight with no ground commanding capability, built with batteries lasting just 24 hours, and limited ground station coverage, versus much broader, perhaps near-continuous communications via NASA’s network of space-based Tracking and Data Relay Satellites.The 24-hour mission life in and of itself meant there was little chance for engineers finding and patching the fault even if they had the opportunity to wrestle control away from DART’s onboard systems in a desperate attempt to save the day.“It was a technology demonstration, a flight experiment within a budget.”NASA developed the DART mission to test autopilot capabilities for the now-cancelled Orbital Space Plane project. But the technology is considered valuable for future human spacecraft, cargo-carrying resupply ships and satellite servicing concepts. The space agency views such autonomous features critical to the Vision for Space Exploration, which calls for the U.S. to return astronauts to the moon and eventually put humans on Mars.“We had a rigorous test program, we went through verification, we went through all of the steps to dot all of the i’s and cross the t’s. That is what the failure investigation will go find out — what i we didn’t dot and what t we didn’t cross.”Telescopes.comLargest selection and the best prices anywhere in the world. Free shipping on select items. is the largest dealer of both Meade and Celestron Telescopes. 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Credit: ESA/CNES/ArianespaceThe heavy-lift booster blasted away from its jungle launch site on the northeastern shore of South America at 2217 GMT (6:17 p.m. EDT) headed for a highly elliptical orbit stretching from 155 miles at its lowest point to 22,325 miles at its furthest and inclined just 2.0 degrees relative to the equator.While cruising in that targeted geosynchronous transfer orbit a half-hour after liftoff, the rocket’s cryogenic upper stage successfully released the Star One C2 spacecraft, ejected its dual payload attachment system and then deployed Vinasat 1.It was the 182nd launch for the Ariane rocket family, the 38th for the Ariane 5 and second of the year. Operator Arianespace plans to conduct five more Ariane 5 missions in 2008, the rocket’s busiest pace since it began flying in 1996 and eclipsing the previous mark of six launches conducted last year.“The launchers keep going up and the contracts keep coming in,” said Jean-Yves Le Gall, Arianespace’s chairman and CEO.This year’s first mission occurred a month ago when the Ariane 5 ES vehicle propelled the massive cargo resupply ship into orbit for the international space station. The automated freighter to the station on April 3.Both satellites launched Friday night will be maneuvered into circular geostationary orbits 22,300 miles above the equator where they can match Earth’s rotation and appear parked over one spot of the globe.The Brazilian Star One C2 spacecraft will enter service in about a month to relay telecommunications and provide broadband Internet connections.“Star One C2 will be placed at the most important broadcasting position of the Brazilian market, 70 degrees West, and will be providing the largest share of the video traffic in Brazil,” said Gustavo Silbert, president of the Star One satellite firm.Built by Thales Alenia Space at its Cannes facility in France, the 9,000-pound Spacebus 3000B3-model craft is equipped with 28 C-band transponders to cover Latin America and 16 Ku-band transponders for Brazil, Mexico and parts of the U.S. It also carries one military X-band transponder.“The C2 satellite will now offer additional capacity in Ku-band, allowing new TV services to be deployed such as DTH — direct-to-home TV,” said Lincoln Oliveira, Star One’s chief technology officer.Launched with a 15-year design life, the new craft will replace the Brasilsat B2 satellite launched in March 1995.Vinasat 1, as Vietnam’s first dedicated telecommunications spacecraft, will bring TV and phone services to rural communities and lessen the country’s dependance on foreign providers of satellite communications. “Successfully launching the first satellite is of great technological, social and economic significance, will help raise Vietnam’s image in the international arena and confirm the sovereignty of Vietnam in space. This is a memorable milestone for Vietnam and its integration into the world economy,” Doan Hop Le, Vietnam’s minister of information and communications, said through a translator from the launch site.“Vinasat 1 will help Vietnam bring telecommunications, Internet and television services to all isolated, mountainous and island areas where other means of transmission is not feasible.”With a launch mass of 5,800 pounds, Lockheed Martin built the craft for an expected 15-year in-space life span using the A2100-A satellite design.It was constructed in Pennslyvania for Vietnamese Posts and Telecommunications Group with a capacity to broadcast 120 digital television programs or route 10,000 telephone, Internet or data channels.The spacecraft’s orbital slot at 132 degrees East longitude allows its dozen Ku-band transponders to serve Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand and part of Myanmar. The eight onboard C-band transponders will cover Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Southeast Asia, India, Japan and Australia. “We’re, of course, very proud to launch that nation’s first satellite,” Arianespace boss Le Gall said.“Vietnam will become the sixth nation in the region having its own satellite,” the minister added. “Full operation of Vinasat 1 will facilitate the completion of a national communications infrastructure.”The next Ariane 5 launch is planned for May 23 carrying the British Skynet 5C military communications satellite and the Turkish Turksat 3A communications spacecraft. That rocket has been assembled in preparation for the later installation of its dual satellite payload.Arianespace hopes to put the Ariane 5 program on a pace to launch seven to eight times per year, plus fly two to four Soyuz rockets and two Vega light-payload missions. 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