CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – SpaceX came full of Christmas sights to the International Spey Station Saturday, after a few delays caused by communication transmission.
The Dragon's Capsal took up at the three-day laboratory after launching from Cape Canaveral. Commander Alexander Gerst used a huge arm of the space station invasion to get hold of cargo bearers, as the two cafes were 250 miles above the Pacific Ocean.
He took two attempts to get the Dragon enough to shut.
NASA asked for Dragon's first method of working as a result of a problem with the communication network that has been launched. serving the space station. Due to the failure of equipment in New Mexico for the Satellite and Data Relay Satellite NASA system lost temporary communication with the station. For the safety, order of Mission Control to keep the dragon back.
It was a successful success two – half hours half a half – after NASA changed to other TDRS satellite.
The dragon carries all that needs the station spearches for a Christmas dinner, as well as mice and herb for science exams, and more than 5,000 pounds (2,270 kilograms) of the equipment the station.
The holiday meal includes mixed turquoise, green bean casserole, candied seafood, mattresses and apple. There is also a short breach and butter biscuits, with bone tubes for decoration.
Three of the station's residents will have an aboard room for Christmas; The other three will return to Earth on December 20. To that end, the station is home to German, Russian, Russian and German.
The second is a space station for this recycled dragon; It was last year too.
SpaceX has been making station shipments for NASA since 2012. This is the 16th delivery under contract.
There are two other supply boats connected to the sports station: One Russia and the other that NASA's other commercial traders, Northrop Grumman.