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Thursday, December 6, 2018, 7:13 a.m. – Finally, when the numbers were started, SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket hit Wednesday's central air fault. However, he still could not touch, reasonably safe and sound in the waters of Cape Canaveral.
On Wednesday, the Dragon CRS-16 post was launched at the International Space Station, another space extraction success based on SpaceX's private operation. The first and first parts of the mission, after monitoring the provisional location of the Dragon Spacecraft Space Station, had no trouble following Falcon land after a 9 booster rocket.
Starting out from SpaceX and upcoming fans, the Falcon 9 Booster crossed the routine on the ground, which is why the incredible view of Cabo Cañaveral, on top of the rocky downhill camera.
Just before a minute, the booster touched on Landing Zone 1, however, the rocket's vision suddenly started back and forth.
Even though the Falcon 9 video feeds on that point, it was clear that something was wrong. The video on Earth, however, showed that it was a fairly normal landing, except for the rocket, except for land.
After landing, Elon Musk published on Twitter, explaining the cause of the problem: "The hydraulic pump grid stopped, so Falcon was thrown into the sea," he said. "They are invalid and the data are transmitted, sending the recovery vessel."
Shortly afterwards, Musk's hydraulic pumps are not among the redundant landing systems. This event, however, would probably add backup copies and lines to start up in the future.
According to Musk, the rockets were the engines that saved the balance before stabbing and allowing a complete landing in the water.
While Falcon 9 attempted landing failed, in the end, landing was not part of the rocket. As a security measure, Twitter's landing on Falcon 9 Landing Zone 1 will come to the sea. Then, everything goes according to the plan, the rocket runs to the point where it falls to the ground.
It is not clear, for now, whether the rocket can be replicated or not. Despite a whole landing, there may be damaged components – touchdown and water in contact with the rocket radiator outside of the vehicle list of future vehicles.
This dragon spacecraft lofted this booster orbit, on the other hand, the International Space Station arrives on Saturday, December 8, at 6:00 AM EST. Alexander Gerst, ESA and NASA's Serena Auñón-Chancellor, Canadarm2 used the Dragoi brush and stopped the station. Everyone on Saturday morning will be able to see the entire procedure on NASA on TV. DOCUMENTATION AND PHOTOGRAPHIC DOCUMENTATION begins at 4:00 PM at Dragon 4 and the installation of the Dragon capsule to reach the ISS from 07:30 to 9:00 p.m.
Source: Elon Musk | SpaceX
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