Recycled SpaceX Dragon Capsule creates second delivery for space station: Unsolved Dragon Cargo Remittance of SpaceX arrives on the International Space Stop (ISS) on April 17, 2015, it is still from a camera on the outer surfaces of the orbital laboratory. This dragon got space in December. 17, 2017. (NASA TV set)
SpaceX Dragon Capsule creates second delivery for space station
A used SpaceX Dragon Cargo Transmission received the International Space Stop for the next weekend (December 17th), giving more than 2 NASA time to get Christmas time.
Rampant Dragon capsule was 5: astronauts captured 57 AM using a robotic arm area station EST because both spacecraft flew over Australia and 252 kilometres from the Pacific Ocean between Papua New Guinea.
Spaceman communicator Leslie Ringo radios from NASA’s Quest Control Middle to the International Space Place (ISS) staff in Houston to “see the dragon again on the ISS from the Great Day”. SpaceX launches Dragon Capsule Venus (December 15).
NASA astronaut Joe Ababa responded with a stop, “It is a beautiful spacecraft, and we are excited about digging and acquiring some knowledge.” Acaba-de crewmate tag Vande Hayi, who handled the arm of the station through Dragon Capture.
Sunday’s arrival announced the purpose of the next cargo delivery because of this SpaceX Dragon Capsule. Last visited in the train station in April 2015. SpaceX again used the first level of the Falcon 9 rocket that launched the dragon. The booster was on the pad to make the 20th success. SpaceX is pushing its reusable rocket technology to reduce space tags on SpaceX.
For this purpose, the 13th Railway Station of SpaceX resumed the airline flight for NASA, and the dragon provided practically 4,800 pounds. Equipment and scientific equipment for astronauts at the field station. Dragon will field station until mid-January when it splashes into the Pacific Ocean off the coast of return Globe and Baja California, which will permit there Speaks and NASA test results and other products.
Today’s Dragon presence captures an occupation day for the International Space Stop. Just a few hours ago, at 2:21 am EST, a Russian Soyuz Rocket introduced three new swamps to the lab in the class with Bikaner Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.
Russian cosmonaut Anton Shakplerov, Japan Aerospace Exploration Organization (Jenks) of Nashishij “Nemo” Kanai and NASA astronaut Scott “maker” Tingl launched on Soyajh space capsule and sign for station operations 54 teams this weekend Can do it. The three have been prepared to dock at the station at EST at 3:43 in the morning on Wednesday (December 19).