The International Space Station has a road presentation, which includes an important cargo for the science experiments and astronauts on board. The space station receives regular cargo loads; that is not an unusual thing. The introduction of this month will include something special to the crew, however, and it will get time for Christmas.
Re-supply trips are an important part of maintaining the International Space Station and the crew that lives on it. The team rely on these essential cargo rails to get food, items they need, scientific equipment, and more. Earlier this week, SpaceX launched the Dragon spacecraft successfully with ISS supplies, and included a Christmas lunch on it.
A traditional Christmas dinner is provided for astronauts, including smoked turkey breast, cranberry sauce, candied hoods, and even fruit. The meal will arrive with the rest of the cargo in time for the holidays.
In addition to this special meal, this special cargo supply contains 36,000 worms and 40 laboratory vox to use as part of muscular and aging scientific studies. NASA had to postpone the launch of the cargo mission by day after he discovered at the last minute that the food of cruelty was molding.
Mouse was replaced and the launch was held a day later than originally arranged. SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket successfully delivered the capsule – which includes 5,600 billion love – to orbit, but failed to reinforce land.
Specifically, SpaceX has successfully managed its Falcon 9 rocket several times in the past, enabling the company to reuse it for future trips. Although the launch itself was successful, the recovery was a problem with landmarks that led to its spinning. The rocket was stabilized in the last minute, eventually landing in the sea where it was completely restored.