Sending Supplies to the Space Station

November 11, 2023  •  Leave a Comment

So, we got to see the Space Station, now let's watch them send supplies to the Space Station! The last resupply mission is launched from the Space Coast for the year. What a spectacular show with the clear skies overhead.

The 29th Commercial resupply services mission to tie International Space Station operated by SpaceX is viewed from Lake Santa Fe, Florida as it flies in a Northern trajectory from launch complex 39A at Kennedy Space Center during the Thursday, November 9 launch. Also visible in this photo is the booster return to landing zone 1.

Take note of the burn-back maneuver at the end of the arc, where after stage separation, the booster begins its return to the launch site, a magical sight to behold! This is the second flight of booster B1081.

The Cargo Dragon 2 delivers supplies and payloads like science and research experiments to the ISS. This is the second flight of C211.

Mission Details

Falcon 9 Block 5 Dragon CRS SpX-29

Price: $52 Million

Thrust: 7,607 kN

Stages: 2

Height: 70 m

Fairing Height: 13 m

Booster: B1081 Flight #2

Type: Resupply

Location: SLC 39A, KSC FL

ISS Resupply Mission Falcon 9 Dragon CRS-2 SPX-29ISS Resupply Mission Falcon 9 Dragon CRS-2 SPX-29The 29th Commercial resupply services mission to tie International Space Station operated by SpaceX is viewed from Lake Santa Fe, Florida as it flies in a Northern trajectory from launch complex 39A at Kennedy Space Center during the Thursday, November 9 launch. Also visible in this photo is the booster return to landing zone 1.<br/> Take note of the burn-back maneuver at the end of the arc, where after stage separation, the booster begins its return to the launch site, a magical sight to behold! This is the second flight of booster B1081.<br/> The Cargo Dragon 2 delivers supplies and payloads like science and research experiments to the ISS. This is the second flight of C211.<br/> <u><strong>Mission Details:</strong></u><br/> Falcon 9 Block 5 Dragon CRS SpX-29 <ul> <li>Price: $52 million</li> <li>Thrust: 7,607 kN</li> <li>Stages: 2</li> <li>Height: 70 m</li> <li>Fairing Height: 13 m</li> <li>Booster B1081 Flight #2</li> <li>Type: Resupply</li> <li>Location: SLC 39A, KSC FL</li> </ul>


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