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SpaceX Dragon set to launch with experiments for the International Space Station

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November 22 (UPI) — a space x The Dragon spacecraft is scheduled to launch on Tuesday to deliver supplies and experiments to the International Space Station.

The mission of CRS-26 is set to start Falcon 9 rocket at 3:54pm from Launch Complex 39A at Kennedy Space Center NASA official YouTube channel.

Dragon provides equipment and experiments aimed at extending the survivability of astronauts by creating specific amounts of vital nutrients. “

Tomatoes are grown on-station vegetable production system Commonly known as “vegetables”.

Several EquipmentA t, designed to more accurately assess the health of astronauts, will also be on board the Dragon.

“One of the payloads onboard the cargo flight is the Moon Microscope kit for in-flight medical diagnostics, which includes a portable handheld microscope and a small blood sample stainer,” read a press release from NASA on Tuesday. increase.

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