The Dragon Capsule that was recently launched by SpaceX has been scheduled for October 10, Wednesday, to land at the International Space Station. Arriving early morning, the space ship would make a stay at the spot for coming three weeks.
The cargo became the first private vehicle, privately held, ever to tie up with the orbiting complex of 430-ton on a historic demonstration mission. The aim of the company was to prove itself appropriate for beginning with the development work of contracted flights. It has been found that the cargo had visited the station once previously also.
The orbiting lab this time was being trailed by the spacecraft atop SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket since Sunday night i. e. October 7. The arrival of the cargo, if successful, at the station would also be broadcasted live by NASA and the same might begin at 4 a. m. EDT.
It is being said that eventually the unmanned capsule would be hurdled at around 7:17 a. m. EDT by its huge robotic arm. As per the findings, as of now, some "go/no go" tests are to go this morning on the Dragon capsule, which would ensure if the same is safe for the $100 billion orbiting lab and working nominally.
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