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SpaceX's CRS-16 Dragon was captured with a room station crew, despite a communication issue; Providing a temporary peninsula order has been issued.
December 8, 2018
Dragon SpaceX's CRS-16 capsal was captured by the six-person Expedition 57 Six-person Spy Station different, despite the issue of communication with & # 39; Providing a temporary peninsula order has been issued.
After three days to build up the ISS to & # 39; Following on on 5 December 2018, it was launched, it capped it to 32 feet (10 meters) below the Destiny laboratory at about 6m EST (11:00 GMT) 8. 8. Then, he hoped that the Canadian Canada team used 57.7-ft (17.6-meter) to find out and accept the spacecraft. However, earthquakes grounded ground floor communication awareness, and the control of Houston's intentions was to guide the team; gives a protection order, asking Dragon to move to a 100-foot point (30 meters).
According to NASA, a communication case came from a ground-breaking process at White Sands, New Mexico. The process will connect the system's control to the Tracking and Data Relay satellite network
When communication was back, the team tried again at 6:50 a.m. EST (11:50 GMT). A dragon moved away from his place that was 100 feet (30 meters) moving and slowly moved to his 32-inch (10-meter) traction spot below the scene.
They were officially captured at 7:21 a.m. EST (12:21 GMT) le Expedition 57 Commander Alexander Gerst, who had Canadianarm2 control.
"We have proved to prove. The arm is defended," said Gerst after his capture. "The Space Space 57 team would like to congratulate NASA, SpaceX and its international partners for launching and launching the 16th Space cargo Dragon campaign, which allows the ISS program to continue to produce its science program on this special orbit in Earth. Also, Announcement of the entire ISS team for managing six separate spaceships that will be the same as the current International Speech Station. This shows What is our successful science and research program here, making full use of the microgravity work one and only humanity is available to benefit everyone on a planet. "
Over the next hour, their arms were quickly used by ground teams to move the carriage to the port model of the Harmony that is opposite the Earth, where it is maintained for about a month. The installation occurred at about 10:36 a.m. EST (15:36 GMT).
The Dragon was launched at 12:16 a.m. EST (17:16 GMT) from Space Space launching Complex 40 in Florida. After traveling short into the orbit, he started his / her; run after three days with more than 5,600 pounds (2,500 kilograms) of science, supplies and other hardships. After opening on 9 December, the team will start to expire the spacecraft; there.
This comes to an end on a busy time. visit the vehicle for a & # 39; Spey Station program Between three weeks later, space space spaces were reached: Space space Progress Russia 10-10 on November 18, Spacecraft NG-10 Cygnus Northrup Grumman on the November 19, Soyuz MS-11 spacecraft with three new members on December 3 and Dragon CRS-16 today.
In total, there are six spaceships connected to the way out, a rare event. The MS-09 Progress is the other two vehicles, which arrived in July 2018, and Soyuz MS 09, which came in June 2018.
There are two more extra hosting events for the ISS program by the end of 2018. On 11 December, a Russian space range will be achieved with the two Russian covers on the board: Oleg Kononenko and Sergey Prokopyev. Then on December 20, Soyuz MS 09 will be returned to Earth with Gerst, Prokopyev and NASA Serena Aunon-Chancellor spin after their 6.5-month time in an orbit.
Once Soyuz MS-09 is a & # 39; ending Expedition 57 will officially terminate and Expedition 58, which will be finalized. Introducing the trio already on Kononenko, NASA Warden Anne McClain and David Saint-Jacques. Kononenko will be head of Expedition 58.
Video with permission from SpaceX
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Derek Richardson has a degree in the media, with a focus on contemporary journalism, from Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas. While she was at Washburn, she was He is the supervisor of Student Student Student Magazine, Review Washburn. He also has a blog about the International Speech Station, known as Orbital Velocity. He met members of the SpaceFlight Insider team when the United Launch Alliance Atlas V 551 rocket went on with the MUOS-4 satellite. Richardson came to our team shortly after that.
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