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Posted: 03.06.2018, 14:59
by gironde
2nd mission GRACE : GRACE-FO with satellite GRACE-FO1 and GRACE-FO2
collaboration NASA-German
launch : 22-05-2018

same model the first

:hi:

Posted: 03.06.2018, 16:30
by Goofy
Hi Gironde and Toutatis, thank you both for the modified MAVEN. :clap:
Bye.
Goofy :smile:

Posted: 03.06.2018, 20:08
by gironde
At the request of my friend Croc

To change, here is the Russian Proton launcher. It's just the model. It's up to you to position it on the ground.
The colors I put are subjective but you can edit them with cmodview. You may be able to put textures.
I think the original file was intended for a 3D printer!

:hi:

Posted: 03.06.2018, 20:22
by Croc
At the request of my friend Croc
Many thanks! :clap: :smile:

Posted: 03.06.2018, 23:43
by toutatis
Toutatis, I think you put the diameter in the place of the radius.
oh,yes... am sorry...

Added after 2 hours 45 minutes:
Working with a Space Telescopes now... Solar-B (Hinode) and James Webb (JWST)...

Posted: 04.06.2018, 06:01
by Croc
... and James Webb (JWST)...

James Webb Space Telescope, JWST) is an orbital infrared observatory that is expected to replace the Hubble Space Telescope.
The JWST is scheduled to launch in May 2020. This is a fantastic project!

Image

Author Bobarino

Image

Posted: 04.06.2018, 06:36
by gironde
Here you will find models of 2 cargo vehicles used towards the ISS: ATV (Esa) and HTV (Japan).
There is no ssc file. It's up to you to put them in situation!
These are big files

:smile:

Posted: 04.06.2018, 06:41
by Croc
Here you will find models of 2 cargo vehicles used towards the ISS: ATV (Esa) and HTV (Japan).
:clap: :clap: :clap: :smile: :smile: :smile:

Posted: 04.06.2018, 10:01
by gironde
and now a spacecraft that everyone has forgotten: Phobos-Grunt.
It is a Russian satellite destined to join Phobos, to land, to collect samples, and to return.
Unfortunately, he came back too early and crashed on Earth, having failed to inject to Mars. The orbital data was obtained from Norad and I attach the archive file.
The template was found on the website https://free3d.com/3d-models/

:smile: :hi:

Added after 1 hour 35 minutes:
new data from Norad archives for C/NOFS

:hi:

Posted: 04.06.2018, 12:11
by Croc
and now a spacecraft that everyone has forgotten: Phobos-Grunt.

An excellent find. Thank you.
The next attempt will probably be in 2025 in partnership with ESA.
:clap: :clap: :clap: :smile: :smile: :smile:

Posted: 04.06.2018, 13:36
by gironde
Here is a small find straight out of the desert sands: Omid
It is the first satellite of Iran launched in 2009 and independently with their own launcher.

And this other cargo ship to the ISS: Cygnus-V2 CRS-9. Built by Obtial Sciences on behalf of NASA

:hi:

Posted: 05.06.2018, 09:38
by toutatis
Mars Odyssey...

Posted: 05.06.2018, 09:48
by Croc
Mars Odyssey...
:clap: :clap: :clap: :smile: :smile: :smile:

Posted: 05.06.2018, 14:09
by toutatis
Hinode, formerly Solar-B, is a Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency Solar mission with United States and United Kingdom collaboration. It is the follow-up to the Yohkoh (Solar-A) mission and it was launched on the final flight of the M-V-7 rocket from Uchinoura Space Center, Japan on 22 September 2006 at 21:36 UTC (23 September, 06:36 JST). Initial orbit was perigee height 280 km, apogee height 686 km, inclination 98.3 degrees. Then the satellite maneuvered to the quasi-circular sun-synchronous orbit over the day/night terminator, which allows near-continuous observation of the Sun. On 28 October 2006, the probe's instruments captured their first images.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hinode

Posted: 05.06.2018, 14:30
by Croc
Hinode, formerly Solar-B
Ok! :clap: :clap: :clap: :smile: :smile: :smile:

Posted: 05.06.2018, 14:46
by toutatis
:smile: :smile: :smile:

Posted: 05.06.2018, 15:25
by gironde
bravo Toutatis :clap:

now here is OCO-2: Orbiting Carbon Observatory lauched at 2014 and a new model for Curiosity

Posted: 05.06.2018, 15:57
by Croc
now here is OCO-2: Orbiting Carbon Observatory lauched at 2014
:clap: :clap: :clap: :smile: :smile: :smile:

Posted: 05.06.2018, 16:16
by Goofy
Hi Gironde.
Sorry but Curiosity body looks to be transparent, showing both rear wheel suspension systems. :sad:
Bye.

Goofy :smile:

Posted: 05.06.2018, 21:19
by gironde
2 new satellite :
FUSE, telescope ultraviolet, NASA (1999)
GEOS-15 or GEOS-P : satellite meteo NASA (2010)

:hi:

Added after 32 minutes 58 seconds:
Yes Goofy, I noticed but I already made corrections in the model and there I do not find where is the problem.

:insane: :hi: