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  1. COSMOS ONE: THE FIRST SOLAR SAIL a project of The Planetary Society with Cosmos Studios Babakin Space Center, Space Research Insitute, Makeev Rocket Design Bureau

  2. Cosmos 1 – Major Players • The Planetary Society: Louis Friedman -- Project Director • Cosmos Studios: Ann Druyan -- Project Sponsor • The Arts & Entertainment Network – Project Co-sponsor • Babakin Space Center: K. Pichkhadze, V. Kudyrashov – System • Space Research Institute, RAS: V. Linkin, V. Gotlib - Electronics • James Cantrell -- Contract Manager • Greg Delory, UCB -- Data System Manager • Bud Schurmeier -- Review Chair • Malin Space Science Systems – Imaging • Ecliptic Enterprises – Project Operations Support • Launch vehicle: Volna, from the Makeev Rocket Design Bureau • UCB Space Sciences Laboratory – additional ground station • Web Site, Public Relations – Zoomwerks, Warren Betts; and The Planetary Society staff

  3. The Stories of Cosmos 1 Russian – American friendships Swords into plowshares Non-governmental “we make it happen” organization

  4. Cosmos 1 - Goal • To achieve the first solar sail flight • All other goals are secondary • Pictures of Sail and Earth from orbit • Technological data • Duration of flight

  5. “We have lingered for too long on the shores of the cosmic ocean; it’s time to set sail for the stars.”Carl Sagan

  6. Solar SailingWhy? • Pathway to the Stars • Interplanetary travel without fuel • Gossamer technology

  7. COSMOS 1 SOLAR SAIL PROJECT THE PLANETARY SOCIETY COSMOS STUDIOS BABAKIN SCIENCE & RESEARCH CENTER SPACE RESEARCH INSTITUTE RAS VOLNA LAUNCH VEHICLEMakeev Rocket Design Bureau and Russian Navy MIRV bus(3-rd stage) LV VOLNA is being developed on the base of SLBM SS-N-18. For providing the orbital launches the LV is equipped with solid kick-motor. Payload of the LV VOLNA is accommodated in a protected capsule mounted in the warhead section of the SLBM. Payload area 2-nd stagefuel tank Performance Launch place Barents Pacific Sea Ocean Orbital type Circular Circular Orbital altitude, km 600 900 Inclination, deg 70 – 80 52 Payload mass, kg 50 50 • Basic characteristics • Number of stages ………… 3 • Launch weight, t …….…… 35.3 • Overall dimensions of LV, m: • length …………………… 14.1 • diameter ………………… 1.8 • Launch pad…….………….. submarine 2-nd stageoxidizer tank 2-nd stageengine 1-st stageoxidizer tank 1-st stagefuel tank 1-st stageengine

  8. Loading the Volna on to the SubmarineBorisoglebsk

  9. The Launch

  10. Sub-orbital Flight Result20 July 2001 • Partial success: • New launch team developed • Payload integration and testing, accommodation • Sail payload development • Babakin adds: “launch from the submarine” • Partial failure • No deployment test

  11. COSMOS 1: THE FIRST SOLAR SAIL 2002-3 Orbital Mission

  12. Orbital Mission Parameters • Approximate initial orbit: 800 km circular • Inclination approximately 78 degrees • Ground tracking stations • Bear’s Lake (S-band), Tarusa (UHF) near Moscow • University of California, Berkeley: S-band • Possibly NOAA in Fairbanks, Alaska • Mission duration: sufficient to measure orbital energy increase in controlled flight from solar pressure (days); 1 month is design goal

  13. COSMOS 1 SOLAR SAIL PROJECT THE PLANETARY SOCIETY COSMOS STUDIOS BABAKIN SCIENCE & RESEARCH CENTER SPACE RESEARCH INSTITUTE RAS 2-ND LAUNCH – SOLAR SAIL DEMONSTRATION FLIGHT LAUNCH AND INJECTION PROFILE Spacecraft spin-up. = 10 rad/s Orientation to the Sun Spacecraftspin-off Pressure reducing inside payload compartment Kick motor and protective cover separation Apogee kick impulse T = 1153 s 3-rd stage overturn.Spacecraft separation. T = 378 s TPS motor Sail deployment VOLNA 2-ndstageseparation3-rd stage ignition • Solar sail operational orbit: • inclination……………………………. 78.6° • perigee altitude……………………. 832 km • apogee altitude…………………….. 840 km • orbital period……………………….. 104 min • Time of existence in the shadow…… 35 min • Insertion duration…………………….. 1168 s • Duration of the in-orbit operation…… 3 months VOLNA 2-ndstage ignition VOLNA 1-st stage separation VOLNA launch from the KALMAR (DELTA III) type submarine

  14. COSMOS 1 SOLAR SAIL PROJECT Cameras THE PLANETARY SOCIETY COSMOS STUDIOS BABAKIN SCIENCE & RESEARCH CENTER SPACE RESEARCH INSTITUTE RAS SOLAR SAIL SPACECRAFT GENERAL VIEWS Solar sail blades Antennas Protective cover Sun sensor Solar array Orbital platform(sail is not shown) Sail deployed configuration Solar sail blades(stowed position) Attitude control thrusters Equipment bay Apogee solidrocket kick motor Flight configuration Launch configuration

  15. COSMOS 1 SOLAR SAIL PROJECT THE PLANETARY SOCIETY COSMOS STUDIOS BABAKIN SCIENCE & RESEARCH CENTER SPACE RESEARCH INSTITUTE RAS SOLAR SAIL SPACECRAFT IN DEVELOPMENT (1)

  16. COSMOS 1 SOLAR SAIL PROJECT THE PLANETARY SOCIETY COSMOS STUDIOS BABAKIN SCIENCE & RESEARCH CENTER SPACE RESEARCH INSTITUTE RAS SOLAR SAIL BLADE IN DEVELOPMENT

  17. Publicity