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Spacecon Heavy Falcon to launch NASA Tech-cutting edge space



Epic SpaceX gives Falcon Heavy – the second trip to space for this rocket line – a series of NASA technology step closer to the journey itself into orbit.

Falcon Heavy conducted its first flight operation (11 April), launching a communication satellite Arabsat-6A as it successfully landed the three rockets – including the heart and the two boosters .

"We are delighted with the success of a heavy launch and the first stage by the Blue Blue Blue," said Jim Reuter, NASA's active associate administrator for its space technology mission directorate, in a statement ]. "We have important flight-ready technologies, and this success helps us on that path."

Related: Strong Address without SpaceX Blues of Arabsat-6A in Photos

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  SpaceX Heavy Falcon rocket made its first commercial launch on April 11, 2019

Falcon Heavy SpaceX rocket made its first commercial launch on April 11, 2019

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  Seven engines of phase Falcon Heavy SpaceX rocket, nine against the Booster, launching the huge rocket Pad 394 Launch at NASA Kennedy Space Center in Florida on April 11, 2019.

27 engine of SpaceX Falcon Heavy the rocket stage, nine of the boosters, launch the huge rocket Launch Pad 39A in NASA Kennedy Space Center in Florida on 11 April 2019.

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  side boosters launched a heavy Falcon SpaceX rocket to land side by side to do o n pads at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida after its launch.

The few side boosters launched by the second SpaceX Heavy Falcon rocket which landed side by side on pads at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida after its launch.

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  The communication satellite Arabsat 6A separates from the second phase of Falcon Heavy SpaceX rocket during its launch April 11, 2019, which ended the resign and the trip to orbit. 19659020] The communication satellite Arabsat 6A separates from the second phase of SpaceX's Heavy Falcon rocket during its launch April 11, 2019, which eliminated a successful lifes-rise and trip to orbital </p>
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  Half of the payload dressings that defended the Arabsat-6A satellite during the second launch of Spacecon Falcon SpaceX rocket are sitting on a retrieved ship on 11 April 2019.

Half of the payload equalization The Arabsat- 6A satellite during the second launch of Spacecon Falcon SpaceX rocket sits on a retrieval ship on 11 April 2019.

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NASA is planning to launch some experiments in space at the same time, with the aim of improving the design and performance of future spacecraft. The missions will come from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida as part of the U. Air Force's Space-2 (STP-2) mission. The current deadline is targeted in June according to Spaceflight Now; In the same statement, NASA said that Air Force and SpaceX will prepare for the launch in the coming months.

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One of NASA's experiments relates to a pair of cubes, small and relatively cheap satellites about size bread box. These devices combine the Tandem Enhanced Beacon Experiment (E-TBEx) and measure how “bubbles” (or distortions) in the upper atmosphere affect radio signals and GPS. The agency hopes to predict these shocks better to improve future communications technologies

Also, the Heavy Falcon will mitigate NASA's Green Drives Infusion Mission, which will alter the traditional chemical propellant. used in rockets. It will test a new fuel / oxidizer blend called hydroxyl ammonium nitrate, which according to NASA is safer to handle and better for the environment than hydrazine, fuel of rocket engines ] [19659002] Rounding off The planned NASA cargo mission is the Deep Space Atomic Clock, a very accurate timepiece that is expected to improve navigation, and the Space Environment Testbeds device, which examines how radiation of Sun close to Earth

The Planet Society has arranged a non-profit payload that will also fly the heavy launch of STP-2 Heavy Falcon. This device, named LightSail will test a cubesat can turn into orbit of Earth using solar powered solar 344-square (32 square meters)

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