Friday, 14 December, 2018

SpaceX Sends Cargo Ship To International Space Station But Booster Landing Fails

Сегодня к МКС отправят Falcon 9 с грузовым космическим кораблем SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket lands in ocean after successful cargo launch
Sandy Nunez | 08 December, 2018, 14:57

'Appears to be undamaged & is transmitting data.

However, as soon as this crucial part was phased out, Falcon's first stage (most expensive portion of the rocket) that was supposed to navigate itself back to the earth malfunctioned.

The rocket engines compensated somewhat for the spin, and by the time the rocket hit the water, its fin had emerged.

On Wednesday, SpaceX launched a Dragon cargo spacecraft destined for the International Space Station.

A cargo craft successfully undocked and went into orbit.

A SpaceX rocket booster is still floating in the ocean after the Falcon 9 missed its intended ground target and splash-landed following Wednesday's launch from Cape Canaveral.

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Unfortunately, a grid fin failure resulted in the booster spinning, which was caught on video and shared by company CEO Elon Musk on his Twitter account.

SpaceX has enjoyed notable success landing its Falcon 9 rocket, which enables the company to reuse the vehicle for decreased costs, among other things. Instead, the spent booster will likely contribute in a different way: by providing SpaceX a reason to redesign its hydraulic system.

In spite of this space has created a series of Falcon Rockets.

The mission was SpaceX's 16th mission for NASA as part of a long-term contract to ferry supplies to space.

In September 2014, NASA awarded the two companies a huge $6.8 billion contract to ensure that the United States would continue to send USA astronauts to the International Space Station without buying the headquarters of the Russian Soyuz probe. The mice and their habitat were loaded into spacecraft shortly before launch, but the spoiled food had to be replaced ahead of launch.