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SpaceX,Dragon Cargo Returns Mission in Pacific ends with SplashDown

                                                                                                                                                  SpaceX dragon cargo spaceship dropped at 5:48 pm in the Pacific Ocean.  The EDT (2:48 p.m. PDT) is located approximately 202 miles southwest of Long Beach, California, which is located at the end of the company's 17th contracted Cargo Resipulli mission for NASA.  Spacecraft returned more than 4,200 pounds for other valuable scientific uses. Some scientific investigations of Dragon's return to Earth include: Overview of protein crystals growth, in the use of NASA's biophysics-6, to be interested in cancer treatment and radiation safety  There has been an increase in the growth of two proteins.  Scientists are using ground-based predictions and X-ray crystallography in space to determine that proteins are beneficial in crystallization in microbiology, where some proteins can grow with big and small flaws.Microglio biosynthesis in MicroAlgae, Hematococcus pluvialis, a powerful antioxidant, studies the effects of microbiology on algae, which is capable of producing estaxanthin.  It can provide dietary supplements easily to promote the health of astronauts on longer space exploration missions.  Students from a community college and the NASA Community College Aerospace Scholars (NCAS) program have to study the US compared to the proposed research, and compared to the NCAS In-Orbit investigation, the US. on May 23, astronauts aboard the space station first edited DNA using CRISPR / Cas9 technology in space, which was working on genes in space-6 investigations.  It advises to understand the milestone how DNA repair mechanism works in space and supports better security measures to protect space searchers from DNA damage.  Due to cosmic radiation, genetic damage is a serious threat to astronauts, especially on long-term missions on the Moon and Mars.  CRISPR / Cas9 has now joined the growing portfolio of molecular biology techniques available on the ISS National Lab.  With the aim of keeping astronauts healthy during space travel and demonstrating technologies for human and robotic discoveries in the future, these are hundreds of tests, which will be done by mission and moon on Mars and less Earth by 2024.  Orbit.  Does research beyond the space station provide opportunities for other U.S. government agencies, private industry and academic and research institutes to do microbiology research, which leads to new technologies, medical treatment, and products that improve life on Earth.For more than 18 years, the man has worked continuously at the International Space Station, has advanced scientific knowledge and demonstrated new techniques, which will not make research successes on Earth possible, which can be long with humans and robots  Will run till  In deep space.  A global effort, more than 230 people from 18 countries have visited the unique microbiological laboratory, which has hosted more than 2,500 research investigations from 106 countries researchers.


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