AST-231 mission planners approved this change and submitted a notification of participation to the appropriate aerospace discussion Spaces.
Vehicles involved are AML (Atlantis Military Leviathan) Aquablue and OTA (Orbital Transfer Assistant) Sunsider.
- Jernian Sullus Treebee (Commander)
- Alfus Mohagenson (Pilot)
- Xian Ofrut Treebee (Flight Engineer)
June 3 - AML Aquablue and OTA Sunsider undergo flight readiness check. Sunsider attaches its mating clamps to Aquablue. Flight Engineer signs off on stress simulations. The combination craft undergoes a final flight readiness check.
June 4 (Flight day 1) - The combination craft launches and achieves Low Earth Orbit. Sunsider detaches and vectors for its re-entry. Aquablue observes Sunsider’s touchdown. Aquablue calculates and executes its burn for Vareid Habitat #5.
June 5 (Flight day 2) - Aquablue transfers cargo and personnel to and from Habitat #5.
June 6 (Flight day 3) - Aquablue calculates and executes its burn for Habitat #6. Aquablue transfers cargo and personnel to and from Habitat #6.
June 7 (Flight day 4) - Orbital mass will be approaching. Aquablue detaches from Habitat #6. Mission control gives final approval to launch rockets. Rockets are launched. Opportunity to fire a second time.
June 8 (Flight day 5) - Aquablue concludes observation of remnants. Opportunity to fire a third and fourth time.
June 9 (Flight day 6) - Aquablue calculates and executes its burn for Habitat #7. Aquablue transfers cargo and personnel to and from Habitat #7.
June 10 (Flight day 7) - Aquablue vectors for re-entry. Mission concludes.
Contingency Mission: AML Dagon has been designated the primary rescue vehicle for AML Aquablue and OTA Sunsider during launch. Following the launch, AML Star Ocean, VAR-12 and VAR-16 have been designated primary and contingency rescue vehicles for AML Aquablue.