- Supply SpaceX rocket departs for space station orbiting Earth in space
- This rocket has left with 3,300 kg of luggage, scientific research equipment.
- Two special guests Sea Bear and Squid have also left with this rocket.
The rocket of Elon Musk’s company SpaceX took off on Thursday carrying supplies for the space station orbiting the Earth in space. This powerful rocket has taken off with 3,300 kg of luggage, scientific research equipment. This rocket will connect with the space station on Saturday. With this rocket, two special guests Sea Bear and
Special experiments will be conducted at the space station with both sea bears and seafowl. It will try to learn how sea bears cope with the space environment. Researchers will also try to find out whether the relationship between sea fennel and beneficial bacteria is affected when gravity is absent. Apart from this, the things to be tested on the space station include remote operation of robotic arm using portable ultrasound, virtual reality.
Fresh Apples, Oranges, Cherries, Onions, Lemons also shipped from Dragon Capsule
Scientists will also try to find out how stone is produced inside the kidney in space. Also, more than 12 other experiments are to be done, including the manufacture of more stress-resistant cotton. No humans have entered SpaceX’s dragon capsule. Hundreds of experiments are conducted every day at the space station. It is a moving laboratory. Astronauts carry out every experiment and send its report to scientists on Earth.
Research on space station increases our understanding of living without gravity. Fresh apples, oranges, cherries, onions, lemons etc. have also been sent from Dragon Capsule for the astronauts. New solar panels have also been sent on the cargo rocket, which will increase the availability of energy at the space station. This solar panel will be installed outside the space station. Let us tell you that sea bears are known to survive and continue to grow even in the worst of conditions. They survive even when there is no radiation or oxygen.