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Long March 5-On The Pad! Pics included

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ITS HAPPENING!!!

[IMG]http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/xindex.php,qaction=dlattach,3Btopic=8447.0,3Battach=1080451,3Bimage.pagespeed.ic.lgVRSNcOT7.webp[/IMG]
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Actually its just a test :wink:


Also hi, its been a while. Up until this point though I didn't have anything worthy to post.

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[quote name='RainDreamer']What are the red thingies circled in yellow at the bottom of the SRBs? Clamps?[/QUOTE]
No, I'm not entirely sure what they are...

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according to the google translate app on my phone the text is (from top to bottom)
faring
instrument cabin
two hydrogen tank
between secondary level segment
airbox
HO segment box
booster nosecone
swelling thruster er. membership
sset with
HE segment boost clamp

The last three lines are too low quality for my camera to make out.

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[quote name='Mitchz95']Where are the pics? They're not showing up for me.[/QUOTE]

Ditto. Try Imgur perhaps?

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[quote name='smjjames']Is that the North Korean rocket?

Also, the links are actually download links, not image links.[/QUOTE]

Chinese.

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[quote name='Motokid600']When is it supposed to launch?[/QUOTE]
Late next year. This is a ground test vehicle, not a flight model.
[quote name='Findthepin1']What are they going to do with it?[/QUOTE]
Dual GTO satellite launches, planetary missions, space station modules, et.c. This one has an engineering model of the Chang'e 5 lunar sample return probe, and that's likely to be on one the first or one of the first launches.

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[quote name='RainDreamer']What are the red thingies circled in yellow at the bottom of the SRBs? Clamps?[/QUOTE]

Umbilical conduits, I suspect. Similar to those found at the base of the Saturn V and the Space Shuttle.

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Sorry to those who cannot see the pics. Try the NSF site directly; [url]http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=8447.msg1448543#new[/url]

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