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[国际瞭望] 2015-11-17&11-23 首位英国籍宇航员将登国际空间站 期待“太空圣诞大餐”

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[国际瞭望] 2015-11-17&11-23 首位英国籍宇航员将登国际空间站 期待“太空圣诞大餐”

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UK Astronaut Tim Peake Rehearses Trip To Space


The former helicopter test pilot shows Sky News the training programme in Russia, where he is preparing for his ISS mission.British astronaut Tim Peake has completed his last training session in a mock-up of the capsule that will take him to and from the International Space Station.

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新闻背景:

英国人蒂姆·皮克将于下月15日进入太空,届时他将成为前往国际空间站的首位英国籍宇航员。启程在即,皮克没有心生畏惧和恐慌,他开玩笑称相较于潜在的未知危险,自己更担忧“太空圣诞大餐”的滋味如何。 

现年43岁的皮克来自英格兰奇切斯特,拥有飞行动力学学位,曾经是英国陆军航空队的一名飞行员,少校军衔。2009年,他被欧洲航天局选中参加宇航员培训,并于2010年11月完成了培训任务。今年12月15日,他将在哈萨克斯坦乘坐俄罗斯“联盟号”火箭升空前往国际空间站,在那里驻守6个月,完成包括维护国际空间站、进行科学实验等在内的一系列太空任务。 

“时隔24年后,英国国旗将再次在太空中飘扬。”11月6日,皮克在伦敦科学博物馆召开新闻发布会,他将成为到访国际空间站的首位英国籍宇航员,同时也是继海伦 沙曼之后进入太空的第二位英国人。

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[Homework]2015-11-17&11-23 首位英国籍宇航员将登国际空间站 期待“太空圣诞大餐”

This daily focus of a man preparing for a paralyze ride on a rocket, Tim Peake will be the first British person on the international space station, but first he needs to prove he is safe to fly, and this is the last training session in the spacecraft simulator before his final exam.It is a serious business you know and there is a fun side to space what we do and the educational programmes we run, but when it comes actually getting in the Soyuz rocket, and the operational tasks you have to perform, then you need to be focused and serious.
Once the Soyuz blasts off, Tim and his Russian and American crew mates will accelerate to 17,500 mph, reaching orbit in just nine minutes, but they still need to catch up with the space station, and it could mean at the very least, five hours in a tiny capsule.
So I've been given special permission to go inside the Soyuz simulator, and it is cramped, you can see how you have to slide in, and I'm not wearing a spacesuit that will make it even worse, you have to lie flat on your back, put your knees in the air, and you could be here for five, six hours, it really makes that holiday charter look like business class.
Since NASA's shuttle stopped flying four years ago, anyone heading for the ISS has trained at the Russian cosmonaut camp, Star City.
Today is the undocking procedure and descend back to earth, but the instructors have put a spanner in the works and the crew emerged three hours later, hot and tired.
We have a number of failures, we had firstly the Tim Peake's suit failed the pressure checks, so we had one suit that can't be pressurized, we had a subsequent depressurization of slow leak of the descend module, so that presents problem when you have a leaking module and what if you can't actually pressurize the suit, and on top of that, we had a computer failure as well, so we had to do an urgent descent with all of those malfunctions going on.
Tim will spend five months on the ISS, now an enormous floating laboratory, this is a mock-up of just the Russian half. (that one module here is *, so this is actually the module...) He told me that after six years of training, he is itching to get into space.
Training that I have done here and in Europe and Germany and Japan and I did in US of course, it all put it all together and it really does prepare you very well for the mission.
The crew will leave for Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan at the end of the month, once there they will be in quarantine, the last thing Tim needs now is infectious bug that could force him to cancel his trip into space.

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[Homework]2015-11-17&11-23 首位英国籍宇航员将登国际空间站 期待“太空圣诞大餐”

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“If once you get on, it’s fine.”

The stilly focus of a man preparing for a paralyze ride on a rocket. Tim Peake will be first British person on the international space station. But first he needs to prove he’s safe to fly. And this is the last training session in the spacecraft simulator before his final exam.

“It is a serious business, you know, and there is a fun side to space in what we do and the educational programs we run. But, when it comes actually to getting into a Soyuz rocket and all the operational tasks you have to perform, then you need to be focused and serious.”

Once the Soyuz blasts off, Tim and his Russian and American crew mates will accelerate to 17,500mph, reaching orbit in just nine minutes. But they still need to catch up with the space station, and it could mean that at the very least, five hours in a tiny capsule.

“So I’ve been given special permission to get inside the Soyuz simulator and it is cramped. You can see how you have to slide in. And I’m not wearing a spacesuit. That would make it even worse. You have to lie flat on your back, put your knees in the air, and you could be here for five, six hours. It really makes that holiday charter look like business class.”

Since NASA’s shuttle stopped flying four years ago, anyone heading for the ISS has trained at the Russian Cosmonaut Camp -- Star City.

Today is the undocking procedure and descend back to earth, but the instructors put a spanner in the works and the crew emerged three hours later, hot and tired.

“We had a number of failures. We had firstly the Tim Peake's suit failed the pressure check, so we had one suit that couldn’t be pressurized. We had a subsequent depressurization of slow leak of the descent module, so that presents problem when you have a leaking module and when you can’t actually pressurize the suit. And on top of that, we had a computer failure as well. So we had to do an urgent descent with all of those malfunctions going on.”

Tim will spend five months on the ISS, now an enormous floating laboratory. This is a mock-up of just the Russian half.

“That one module here is X, so this is actually the module that we will…”

He told me that after six years of training, he is itching to get into space.

“Training that I’ve done here and in Europe, in Germany and in Japan, and I did in U.S. of course, it all… put it all together, and it really does prepare you very well for the mission.”

The crew will leave for Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan at the end of the month. Once there, they will be in quarantine. The last thing Tim needs now is infectious bug that could force to cancel his trip into space.

Thomas Moore, Sky News, Star City.
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