#SpaceX #FalconNineReusable | #CRS18 – #CommercialResupplyServices- resupplying the veteran #ISS #InternationalSpaceStation with a non-traditional landing…

On a New York Wednesday 24th July 2019…. It’s the launch of the SpaceX Reusable Falcon Nine Reusable Carrier Rocket in which is launching its eighteenth Commercial Resupply Services Mission known term CRS-18, launching from SLC 40- Space Launch Complex at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station- Florida.. on 1824 hours Eastern Date Time – EDT in which during the flight of the launch, nine minutes after the launch the reusable payload Dragon module  in which that payload module will makes it connection point to the very aged  ISS –International Space Station…..in connection on Friday to complete the resupplying…  In that connection it’ll dock at the Harmony section with geocentric orbit at low earth with an inclination of 51.6 Degrees…

CRS-18- Dragon Module has been used previously in CRS Six mission in 2105 April , 2017 December during the flight of CRS-18  the first staging of Falcon Nine Reusable will make a landing onto to a non-traditional landing  onto  LZ One- Landing Zone One at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station- Florida ….. in which traditionally landings have been on off shore Drone ships stationary berth in between east and west coast of California and Florida……

#SpaceX #F9Reusable #CarrierRocket | #CRS16 -#Dragon resupply towards the #ISS #InternationalSpaceStation- back Old School traditionally landing on #LandingZoneOne at #CapeCanaveralAirForceStation…

On 5th December 2018, New York Time, is the marathon launch of the Space X Falcon Nine reusable Carrier Rocket in which this this launch is the resupply of the ISS International Space Station in which soon to be decommissioned in the year 2025 due to extremely aged components and parts..  This launch is launched from the East Coast of the United States in which there was another previous West Coast launch from the California, in which that launched successfully with any arising issues.. of cluster payload deployment of sixty four Cube and Micro Sats in one go in payload  that mission was called Spaceflight SSO-A SmallSat Express.. From Vandenberg air force Base from SLC 4E, Space Launch Complex 4E..

CRS16 is Also named Commercial Re-Supply in which is the Sixteenth contracted to supply the International Space Station till it expires in the year 2025, launching at a target lift off at afternoon 1338 Eastern Standard Time, from SLC 40- Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air force Station in Florida.. Within that window of launch time. Is the delivery of the five thousand and six hundred pounds of supplies, in which a part of the supplies is critically components materials that directed supporting various two hundred and fifty sciences and research investigative assignments that will be conducted onboard the Station’s laboratory modules …….

Among that mission of being resupply on the SpaceX Dragon Module is it’ll carry the GEDI- Global Eco System Dynamics Investigation Iidar.. also carrying out a few robotic refueling mission s for external payloads.. Within that CRS16 Launch manifest is the UNITE Cube Sats from manufactured by the University of Southern Indiana also TechEdSat 8 that was constructed at NASA –Ames research Center…..also with live plants and animals that’s include the with the laboratory research ..

Landing eight minutes and seventh minutes from lift off…….As Traditionally, this is a first stage landing of the new Block five next Generation Falcon Nine Reusable in which it’s not landing on the Drone ship “Of Course I still l Love you” it’s more traditional landing least five to ten Kilometer at Cape Canaveral Air Force Base  LZ1 – Landing Zone One..In which from there the CRS 16 Dragon module makes it way with the secondary stage towards its destination as it deploys two hours and twenty minutes later with its Solar arrays deployed Guidance, Navigation and Control bay door opens….

#SpaceX #CRS14 | #FalconNine resupplying the #ISS- International Space Station with a Dragon Cargo…… in a Non Traditional approach…


On Spring Afternoon Monday 2nd April SpaceX is preparing to resupply the ISS – International Space Station in which is current the Falcon nine is currently being ready for the flight ahead for the CRS 14- Commercial  Resupply Service number 14…… launching from SLC40- Space Launch Complex 40 at East Coast  this time last was the Californian West Coast.. Launching from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida launching window 1630 Hours Eastern Daylight Time..  in which follows a just in case window occurs at 1603 Hours Eastern Daylight Time if the first attempt did not meet the Launch Criteria commitment…..

Both Falcon and Dragon CRS MODULE are flight re certified, due previously used in previously launches of supporting CRS 12 resupply mission also the Dragon was previously used in CRS 8 resupply with the International Space Station.. As this is a Non Traditional SpaceX launch in which the carrier Falcon Nine will not be recovered with an off shore drone ship… in which due to the nature of the payload in which has critical components of research, Hardware and supplies to the International Space Station in which supporting investigative research…..

During Wednesday, once the CRS 14 Dragon is in orbit making its way to the International Space Station, it will be retrieve by the ISS’s Robotic Arm transferring supplies equipment to the station also returning materials back to the Earth after a one month duration stay docked , then leaving to re enter Earth after a five hour readiness to allow a thirty minute conventional splash down in the Pacific Ocean in where located off shore of Baja California

#ULA UNITED LANUCH ALLIANCE #BOEING | #STARLINER #ATLASV CST-100 – Rocket Launch in 360 viewing to the International Space Station…

………. Go Atlas V! Go Centaur! Go StarLiner”

As ULA- United Launch Alliance, Boeing in preparations of sending crew to International Space Station, also into space starting off with the CST-100 (Crew Service Transportation module) in which that module is ten times reusable for is lifetime duration… as the preparations currently in progress with its maiden flight in 2018, in which the Atlas V – CST-100 certification progress finalized in 2017.. in which is launch complex is based at Space Launch Complex SLC-41 with its Crew servicing White Room ready to go.. for the 2018 launch Calendar from NASA KSC Cape Canaveral Air Force Station ….

In this you’re ready suited up fashionably with Boeing’s Next Generation signature blue Flight suit with touch enable gloves then transported to the launch complex, seated , prepared inside the StarLiner, once seated then prepared with Boeing Launch Control..  Once launched the various components of the Atlas destaging with your StarLiner powered up with the Centaur then unstaging, your StarLiner CST-100 will be on its way to, dock with the International Space Station for the duration of your stay until you return with a land based returned landing ….

Note.. Given that you watch this 360 view its Best to view it with the YouTube Application for best experience..

#ULA –UNITED LAUNCH ALLIANCE #BOEING | #ATLASV #STARLINER – Ready to launch to the International Space Station with the CST-100..

As SpaceX, NASA – National Aeronautics and Space Administration is set to prepare onwardly to supply vitality to the International Space Station that racing every nine minutes around orbiting around this planet Earth also ferrying Astronauts, Cosmonauts, also in company providing Tychonauts…. As ULA- United Launch Alliance Boeing- Bigleow Aerospace relationship begins with the CST-100 Crew Space Transportation -Command Module in which is built on top with the NASA’s Commercial Crew Program to accommodate either with a seven member crew, supplies, or a mixture with crew and supplies of equipment of scientific research, in which the Service Module CST-100 is reusable for least ten times the CST-100 construction assembly is where its built is formerly where the Space Shuttle’s Orbiter Processing Facility is as known to be OPF three at Cape Canaveral….

As this year 2017 is a milestone year with that relationship, in finalization of the Atlas V-StarLiner launch complex at the end of April 2017, with the crew  transfer white room cat walk to the service module, also with the crew escape emergency tower systems installed like the same egress systems like the Apollo, STS-Space Transportation Systems- Space Shuttle  in which they could escape out from the module and tower via flying fox towards a protective bunker on ground from Space Launch Complex SLC- 41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station .

The launch Complex Tower is slated in ready for the 2018, as the finalization of progressive testing for certification of the Atlas V- CST-100 takes place and shape in 2017 year, as its gearing up for launching crew towards the international Space Station.. The CST-100 StarLiner has some innovative technologies such as featuring wireless internet, in connecting with Tablets that allows the crew to control the StarLiner with those devices, as for the in-flight systems with a Glass Cockpit control systems in which there are some basic controls, mixture of touch screen devices to illustrate customization of the user interface of control preferences as those interface were inspired by Star Trek..