At the International Space Station, there is a delivery on the road with both science experiments and an important cargo for astronauts on board. Space station receives regular cargo shipments; This is not unusual. This month's delivery will include something special for the crew, but will arrive on time for Christmas.
Resettlement tasks are an important part of maintaining the International Space Station and its crew. This depends on the vital cargo work to get the team, the food, the goods they need, the scientific materials and more. Earlier this week, SpaceX successfully launched a Dragon spacecraft with ISS supplies and included Christmas food.
Astronauts are equipped with a traditional Christmas meal, such as smoked turkey breast, cranberry sauce, candied sweets and even fruitcake. The meal will come back with cargo in time for the holidays.
In addition to a special meal, this special cargo source includes 36,000 worms and 40 laboratory mice to be used as part of scientific studies on muscles and aging. NASA had to postpone the launch of its cargo mission one day after discovering the last minute of the moldy mildew.
The mouse meal was changed and the launch took place one day after the scheduled start. SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket delivered the capsule containing 5,600 kg cargo into orbit, but failed to download the booster.
SpaceX succeeded in declining the Falcon 9 rocket several times in the past and enabled the company to reuse it for future missions. Although the launch was successful, he experienced a problem with his folding fins, which resulted in a booster, warp. The rocket was stabilized at the last minute, and finally it landed in the ocean in which it was rescued without fail.