The International Space Station has a delivery on the way, one containing important loads for scientific experiments and astronauts on board. Space station gets a regular supply of goods; that there is nothing unusual. Delivery of this month will include something special for the crew, however, and it will arrive in time for Christmas.
Resupply mission & # 39 are an important part of maintaining the International Space Station and crew who live on it. The team depends on these vital cargo runs to get the food items they need, academic transfer and many others. Earlier this week, SpaceX successfully launched its Dragon spacecraft, containing a supply of the ISS, and is included in the Christmas dinner.
Astronauts served with traditional Christmas dinner, including smoked turkey, cranberry sauce, candied yams, and even cake. Food will arrive with the rest of the goods in time for the holidays.
In addition to special food, the supply of goods includes 36,000 laboratory worms and 40 mice to be used in scientific research and aging muscles. NASA had to delay the launch of a cargo mission by one day after he was found at the last minute that the rodent food was moldy.
The food has been replaced by the mouse and the launch took place one day later than originally planned. Falcon 9 SpaceX rocket successfully delivered the capsule – which contains 5,600lbs of cargo – into orbit, but was unable to land his booster.
SpaceX significantly managed to put his Falcon 9 rocket several times in the past, which allows the company to use it for future missions. Although the launch was successful, booster there is a problem with its landing fins, as a result of which it rotates. The rocket was stabilized at the last minute, eventually landing in the ocean, where it was recovered intact.