#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….