SpaceX Dragon mission
The SpaceX Dragon spacecraft is now officially facing the ISS (International Space Station).
Some time was launched now, somewhere at 3:14 in the morning EDT.
The spacecraft was launched from a SpaceX Falcon 9 at Launch Complex 39A at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, USA.
The ship is very important and is monitored every second by SpaceX, as it carries over 4,800 kilograms of scientific goods and chemicals, as well as hardware and some food for the ISS.
It marks the 23rd mission of SpaceX's Commercial Procurement Services.
The ship will arrive on the ISS at 11 a.m. Monday, Aug. 30.
After he arrives, he will stay there for a month.
NASA recently stated the following: "NASA astronauts Megan McArthur and Shane Kimbrough will monitor the arrival of the spacecraft. Coverage of the arrival will begin at 9:30 a.m. on NASA Television, the agency's website and the NASA application."
What are the missions of this ship? Next: -Bone building with by-products -Keeping one eye on the eye -Bot robotic aids -Putting the materials -Helping plants deal with stress -Easy delivery of medicines Also, the most important ones are that it wants to help the planets to develop in space, without stress. SpaceX wants to grow the plant in space. But both the space there and the temperature in the space "can stress the plants." That's why they made a developed device that they want to help grow plants. Another very important mission is the fact that they want to develop space robots through which they want to develop space telecommunications, to make work easier in space, as well as other benefits.
Article by: Andacs Robert Eugen
We wish success with all these missions to SpaceX and NASA and all those who work on them.
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