Art on Wheels – ARTCRANK Tour 2012

ARTCRANK the bicycle-inspired poster artwork show is touring once again. Recent hop-off point was One On One Bike shop in Minneapolis, with 40 artists displaying and selling limited edition, signed poster artwork prints.

Laura Brown

ARTCRANK began in Minneapolis in 2007 and since then has introduced people to an array of talented local artists, sending them home with affordable, original works of art. Every ARTCRANK show features posters created by local artists from the host city. With 2012 events already shaping up with St Louis, Los Angeles, New York, Denver, London, Portland and San Francisco on this year’s events schedule.

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Even so, he added, “I think we have a very credible plan to get done, with some margin at the end of it.”Two more shuttle flights are planned this year, in October and November, five in 2009 and a final three missions in the first half of 2010 to bring the program to a close.NASA had planned to retire the shuttle Atlantis after a final Hubble Space Telescope servicing mission in October, but the orbiter will make two more flights beyond that, one in 2009 and another in 2010, to provide additional processing margin. Atlantis and Discovery will fly three more times each and the shuttle Endeavour will make four more flights, including the 10th and final mission.”The original rationale (for retiring Atlantis) was that we would take Atlantis down, it would save some money for the program and we would use it as a spares option for us,” Shannon said. “We looked at our spares posture, and it was pretty good, it did not look like there was any pressing need to retire Atlantis.”From a money standpoint, we were able to continue flying and continue processing Atlantis at no additional cost to the program and that is because we were ramping down all of our return-to-flight efforts and we had gotten more efficient in ground ops processing. So it did not cost us any additional money and on the positive side, it gives us a tremendous amount of manifest flexibility. It makes it much more feasible to finish the program on time.”Unlike Endeavour and Discovery, Atlantis is not equipped with a space station-to-shuttle power transfer system to tap into the station’s solar power grid. But Shannon said the two station flights planned for Atlantis do not require the additional docked time the power transfer system provides and “it made a lot of sense to keep Atlantis flying.”Here is the revised manifest:200810/08/08: STS-125/AtlantisHubble Space Telescope Servicing Mission No. 4; 5 spacewalks11/10/08: STS-126/Endeavour/ISS-ULF2Starboard solar array rotary mechanism servicing; logistics/resupply; 4 spacewalks200902/12/09: STS-119/Discovery/ISS-15AS6 solar arrays; 4 spacewalks05/15/09: STS-127/Endeavour/ISS-2JAKibo Exposed Facility; solar array batteries; 5 spacewalks07/30/09: STS-128/Atlantis/ISS-17AMulti-purpose logistics module; lab racks; 3 spacewalks10/15/09: STS-129/Discovery/ISS-ULF3Spare gyros, other spares; at least 3 spacewalks12/10/09: STS-130/Endeavour/ISS-20ANode 3 connecting module, cupola; at least 3 spacewalks201002/11/10: STS-131/Atlantis/ISS-19AMulti-purpose logistics module; science racks; at least 3 spacewalks; Atlantis’ last flight04/08/10: STS-132/Discovery/ISS-ULF4Russian research module; spares; at least 3 spacewalks; Discovery’s last flight05/31/10: STS-133/Endeavour/ISS-ULF5Spares; at least three spacewalks; Endeavour’s last flightA more detailed manifest is available ; summaries of the remaining flights can be found .During a May 1 briefing to preview the just-completed flight of the shuttle Discovery, Shannon announced that STS-125, the Hubble servicing mission, would slip from August to October and the subsequent flight, STS-126, would slip from October to November. He said STS-119, which had been scheduled for launch in December, would move into 2009, all because of external tank processing issues. At that time, no other target dates were revealed pending additional assessment of tank delivery schedules.The tank used by Discovery for the most recent shuttle launch on May 31 was the first to be built from scratch with post-Columbia safety upgrades and it took engineers at Lockheed Martin’s Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans additional time to perfect and implement required manufacturing techniques.Those issues were compounded for the upcoming launch of Atlantis on NASA’s final planned Hubble Space Telescope servicing mission. Shuttle crews bound for the international space station have the option of “safe haven” aboard the lab complex, where they can await rescue by another shuttle if any Columbia-class problems occur that might prevent a safe re-entry. That is not possible for the Hubble repair crew because the telescope is in a different orbit and the shuttle cannot reach the station from there.As a result, NASA plans to have a second shuttle ready for launch on short notice in case of any major problems and that, in turn, means two tanks will be needed.In May, Shannon said the changes to the way external tanks are built “added about four to five weeks of processing time on those two tanks. The tank team has done a really nice job of taking the lessons learned processing the tank that’s about to fly, and the Hubble tank. So I don’t expect that to (expand the time needed) on each of the downstream tanks. They have a mitigation plan in place so that the 2009 tanks come in more on a normal template. So we’re going to take a one-time hit of this four to five weeks, it will move pretty much all of the tanks in series, the next 10 tanks that will come out, about that four to five weeks.”Even so, Shannon said today that starting with STS-127 next May, the external tank team at Michoud will need to shave about a month off the time needed to manufacture each tank to keep the program on track.”The schedule we’ve put together challenges the Michoud Assembly Facility production on the external tanks by about a month per tank,” he said. “We partnered with them very closely to try and understand what production efficiencies we’re going to have as we go through the next several builds of tanks. And we think we’ll be able to get a month back. But that’s not proven yet.” Credit: Chris Miller/Spaceflight NowSEE MORE IMAGES To provide as much margin as possible to cope with unexpected problems, the shuttle program wants to keep the shuttle Endeavour on track across its four upcoming flights. 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