SpaceX launches Dragon cargo ship to ISS, but fails to land rocket

SpaceX Launches 20th Rocket

SpaceX Launches 20th Rocket

On Wednesday afternoon, unmanned SpaceX Falcon 9 successfully lifted off at approximately 1:16 P.M for the worldwide space station.

For failure, the first stage of a reusable launch vehicle, the Falcon 9 landed nearly on the shores of Florida. It had 5,600 pounds, i.e. 25,00 kilograms of gear.

The Dragon Cargo ship successfully reached the orbit (class), which was the primary goal of the launch, but the long part of the rocket did not make a secure landing on Cape Canaveral Landing Zone 1 land.

The head of the company SpaceX Elon Musk has said that for some unknown reason stopped the hydraulic pump, which reveals one of the brake plates (rudders) to the desired position.

Later, Musk posted the full video from on board the booster, showing the rocket spiral, then stabilize, then crash sideways into the water. He wrote, "The engine stabilized the rocket spin on time, due to which the Falcon could safely land safely in the water".

In the end, the engineers at SpaceX have taken the booster from the land. (SpaceX) broke the company's record for number of successful missions in a calendar year.




If that first test of the unpiloted SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket and Crew Dragon spacecraft goes well, a second test will fly astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley to the International Space Station in June.

Some space-watchers griped about SpaceX cutting away from the botched landing in their live-stream of the event.

Alan Musk founded it on May 6, 2002.

Two rocket launches last week by Hawthorne-based Space Exploration Technologies Corp.

The rocket was being used to send a capsule of cargo up to the International Space Station. Maheen is working on converting her gas-powered Hyundai into an all-electric variant. Research is her forte, and she loves to dig deep into research carried on science, energy storage, and renewable energy.

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