SPACEX LAUNCHED DRAGON RESUPPLY MISSION (CRS-14)
Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida [Washington]: On Monday, April 2 SpaceX rocket, Falcon 9 has successfully propelled its Dragon shuttle to the International Space Station (ISS). This was the fourteenth commercial resupply service mission of the private spaceflight organization (SpaceX).
The rocket was launched from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida and loaded 2,630 kg of research stuff, scientific equipment, and team supplies. After ten minutes of the launch, the second stage engine has done its job completely by pushing the Dragon into the earth's orbit. According to the pre-planned schedule, after the dragon entry to the good orbit, the solar arrays have been deployed.
According to the US space office, Hook and berthing to the space station are focused for Wednesday before the rocket spends around one month appended to the station, coming back to Earth in May with a few consequences of finished investigations. The Flight Engineers Norishege Kanai of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, went down by NASA space explorer (Astronaut) Scoot Tingle, will administer the activity of the Canadarm2 automated arm for Dragon's catch, as per the official report.
After the catch, ground orders will be sent from mission control in Houston for the station's arm to turn and introduce it on the base of the station's Harmony module, according to reports. The spacecraft also additionally loaded some cargo for testing impacts of the brutal space condition on materials, coatings, and segments; recognizing potential pathogens on board the station and exploring an anti-toxin discharging wound fix.
The Dragon spaceflight will send the logical examinations including an investigation on serious rainstorms on Earth, on the impacts of microgravity on the generation of superior items from metal powders, and nourishment development in space.