The uncrewed Dragon freight spacecraft consisting of 5,500 pounds of materials, hardware and products, consisting of more than 250 science and research study examinations to occur on the ISS, was recorded by the station’s robotic arm at 4: 01 a.m. PT Monday early morning. It was then set up onto the station’s Consistency module at 6: 32 a.m. PT.
NASA on Monday tweeted out a time lapse video of freight craft being recorded.
After 4 weeks at the ISS, the Dragon with a freight of 4,400 pounds will leave the spaceport station and start its go back to Earth crashing in the Pacific Ocean near Baja, California.
SpaceX didn’t instantly to an ask for remark.