On a Spring Florida Wednesday 18th April 2018, it’s the second attempt of launching of Space X Falcon Nine Reusable, from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station launching from SLC 40- Space Launch Complex 40 in which is about least than fifteen Kilometers away from that NASA-KSC’s Iconic Launch Complex 39A that launched the Mighty Saturn five rockets also the STS-Space Transportation Systems – The Space Shuttle..
TESS’s launch window opening on previously on Monday 16th April 2018 from at 1832 hours EDT afternoon eastern daylight time on which that date of the launch was scrubbed due to many sources points to fault in the falcon nine rocket’s GNC- Guidance and Navigation and Control systems in which that the data regarding to the fault issue would be repaired by East Coast Florida Wednesday launch..
Launching from Space Launch Complex 40, with SpaceX traditions of landing off shore with Drone Ship “Of Course I Still love you” that stationed in the Atlantic Ocean…… in which previous two launching s were non-traditional which resulted a Non Drone ship landing but an Oceanic landing to see how it will performed also experimentally what other lessons needed learning with modifications later on.. after two minutes and thirty seconds into the flight both stages separate in which eight minutes and twenty seconds the Falcon Nine first Stage Carrier rocket lands on the Atlantic Ocean Drone ship …..
Manufactured by Orbital ATK.. launching into highly elliptical orbit approximately, This time the payload is a singular, featuring the two year operational used TESS- Transiting ExoPlanets Survey Satellite in which subjectively replace the role in which Kepler Exo Planet finder probe…. As it’s is NASA’s next generation Exo Planetary finder… TESS is in collaboration with NASA led proposal of Massachusetts Institute of Technology Kavli Institute for Astrophysics and Space Research… the provisionment of TESS is to observational data gathering of potential planets of orbiting its host, parent star of using finding light tail dips in the light as the Exo planet transits and dipping of the light intensity.. in which orbiting around.. TESS is expected to data catalogued thousands of candidates with different various of stars, planets with a refined methods of looking for smaller earth size planets in which are rocky types…..