SpaceX launches Dragon Capsule with supplies for ISS The Falcon 9 landed on the ship

SpaceX launches Dragon Capsule with supplies for ISS  The Falcon 9 landed on the ship

SpaceX fired another Dragon Commodity Pill. The launch took place on August 29 from Complex 39A in Florida. The Falcon 9 rocket spacecraft was launched into space, and then the two phases separated. The capsule is now being moved to the International Space Station.

The previous phase of the mission was successfully completed. 9 minutes after takeoff, the first stage of the Falcon 9 rocket returned to Earth Was able to board an autonomous ship Lack of gravity Sailing in the Atlantic. It recently joined the SpaceX ship. Previously, the company used two barges. You can see the mission webcast below.

Going to the International Space Station, the Dragon Capsule is packed with astronauts’ equipment and various experiments on ISS. A new robotic arm will also be tested. The total weight of the supply is 2.2 tons.

The dragon is about to fly to the ISS station This afternoon. Then it will be docked. Now there is another SpaceX capsule. This is the manned ship “Endeavor” which provided the astronauts for the mission Crew-2.

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