SpaceX’s CRS-26 cargo mission is now targeted to lift off at 2:20 p.m. EST (1920 UTC) Saturday, Nov. 26 from Launch Complex 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. A Nov. 22 launch attempt was scrubbed due to poor weather conditions along Florida’s Space Coast. The Dragon spacecraft will deliver a variety of NASA investigations, including the next pair of International Space Station Roll Out Solar Arrays (iROSAs), which will augment power to the orbiting laboratory.
The spacecraft also will carry a study to grow dwarf tomatoes to help create a continuous fresh-food production system in space, as well as an experiment that tests an on-demand method to create specific quantities of key nutrients.
More on the experiments flying to the space station: https://go.nasa.gov/3DTpSGI
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Watch NASA’s SpaceX CRS-26 Launch to the Space Station (Official NASA Broadcast – Nov. 22 Attempt)
SpaceX Pre-Launch Briefing from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center
Space food | Mission Alpha [in French with English subtitles]
First 8K Video from Space – Ultra HD
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