After a month off, SpaceX makes a triumphant return to flight

With almost perfect weather conditions for start-up, SpaceX Falcon 9 missiles rose on Monday to deliver their Dragon aircraft into the orbit. Ship supply will meet with the International Space Station this week. Meanwhile, the first phase of Falcon 9 fell back to its landing location on the Florida coast, a fourteen time stamp that successfully returned to Earth’s SpaceX winnings.

After a month of holding a military aviation along the eastern coast of the US in the start area, SpaceX will try to fly on Monday. As long as the time and the aircraft work together, the company starts transporting about 3 tons of cargo at the International Space Station Dragon. The start time is scheduled for 12:31 ET, and there is an 80 percent chance of “go” to launch a momentary window.

This will be the 11th attempt to start SpaceX in 2017, as the company has already fired more missiles in space this year than in any previous year. The last fled on July 5, when the Falcon 9 heavy communications rocket Intelsat 35e rocked almost seven tons in a geostationary orbit. Since the aircraft left only the low Earth’s orbital dragon Falcon 9 missiles, which will fly Monday with much propellant gas behind trying to return to Landing Zone 1 along the Florida coast.

According to the company, it will be the last time, and the “new” cargo spacecraft dragons fly into space. The future of cargo missed mission wins with Dragon SpaceX after landing a cosmic boat on the Pacific Ocean. This change should enable the company to produce variants of the spacecraft for the movement of the dragon.

Founded expectations

The founder of Elon Musk, in relation to the schedule for satellite hardware, tends to be an overwhelming promise, and over the course of last month, Mars has not relaxed in its plans. Musk said in mid-June that the company did not end its mission of the “Red Dragon” on Mars’s surface, an innovative idea with no scaffolding spacecraft on Mars, will begin.