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Dragon established the station's hormonic module for cargo operations.

SpaceX successfully launched its 18th Commercial Cargo Mission on July 25 in the International Space Station.The SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket launched a robot Dragon Cargo Capsule on the International Space Station.SpaceX installed the Dragon Cargo Spacecraft on Earth's Orbit. Two days after the launch from Thoughlorda, at 12:01 pm, at the time the station was in the Harmony module of the station.  After spending almost a month connected by the dragon to the space station, the spacecraft will return to Earth with cargo and research.
More than 5,000 pounds of research,crew supplies and hardware are revolving in the laboratory in the 18th contracted commercial re-supply mission from SpaceX. Spacex's Dragon Cargo section has a major Docking Adapter-3 (IDA-3).  Who will use the robotic arm to remove IDA-3 from Flight Controller Robot in Mission Control in Houston.And above the pressure-facing side of the harmonic module, the pressure will be above the mating adapter-3.
The same NASA astr…

SpaceX launches its 18th Commercial Cargo Mission Successfully.

SpaceX successfully launched its 18th Commercial Cargo Mission at the International Space Station on Thursday (July 25th). The SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket launches a Robot Dragon Cargo Capsule to the International Space Station.  This launch was second to the first stage of the rocket, and the third for the dragon capsule.  Marks the 18th mission for SpaceX as a service contract with NASA under its commercial cargo.  Of the missions run till today, it is the specialty of the seventh overall dragon, and for the first time, the same dragon space has been thrown at the station three times - CRS-6 in April 2015, CRS-13 mission in December 2017.  One now is CRS-18  After a day delay due to bad weather, the two-stage Falcon 9 rocket of SpaceX woke up at 6:01 am Wednesday morning.  EDT (2201 GMT) is launching the Cape Conservatory Air Force Station's Launch Complex 40 from here, the company's robot dragon cargo is moving towards the circus lab of the capsule.The dragon will be about 5,000…

Chandrayaan-2 successfully transferred first grade.

Chandrayaan-2 has successfully completed its orbital elevation in the orbit of Earth, i.e. the orbital elevation was successfully completed on Wednesday. Chandrayaan-2 was successfully launched from Satish Dhawan Space Center, Sriharikota.  Rocket GSLV Mark, called 'Bahubali' after 16 minutes of launch ...  The M1 had established the orbital earth in orbit.  
ISRO said that two days after the yon was installed in the Earth's 170x45,475-km elliptical orbit, it would be the first 'orbital' through the 'On Board' propulsion system during 27-second 'firing' period at 2 pm 52 minutes  Uplift campaign 'was executed  And the new class of Chandrayaan 2 will now be 230 x 45163 kilometers.
ISRO said that the second 'orbital elevation' campaign will be carried out at around one o'clock on Friday night. After traveling around 3.84 lakh km in Chandrayaan-2, there is hope of reaching the moon on September 7. 
To carry Chandrayaan 2 closer to the moon…

Chandrayaan 2 installed in orbit in 16 minutes.

Launching Chandrayaan-2 has succeeded.Chandrayaan-2, the second moon mission of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), has successfully launched.  Chandrayaan-2 was launched on July 22 at 2.43 pm with the country's most powerful Bahubali rocket GSLV-MK3.
Now to reach the south pole of the Moon, a 48-day journey of Chandrayaan-2 has begun.After about 16.23 minutes, Chandrayaan-2 will be separated from the GSLV-MK3 rocket at an altitude of about 182 km from Earth and will rotate in the orbit of the Earth. And Chandrayaan 2 was established in the orbit of the earth after just 16 minutes. After launch, Chandrayaan has reached Earth's orbit.  
For 16 days it will rotate the Earth 5 times, towards the Moon, maximum speed of Chandrayaan 2 will be 10 kilometers / per second and minimum speed is 3 kilometers / per second.
The distance between Earth and Moon is approximately 3 lakh 84 thousand kilometers.  And Chandrayaan will reach the orbit of Moon after 21 days.

Chandrayaan-2 has successfully launched.

The launch of Chandraya-2 has been successful after scientifications, the sciences welcomed the mission by the appointment of the arm.Chairman of Isro, Sivan has announced this thing from the space center, The second Moon mission of the Barable Space Research Organization (ISRO) has launched successfully. 
Chandrayaan-2 was launched from the country's most powerful bolkal rocket GSLV-MK3 in the afternoon. On the July 22,On the July 22,On the July 2.43, the country's most powerful bolkali rocket was launched from GSLV-MK3. About 4,23 minutes, Chandrayaan-2, the mS with the 18% km from Earth will be derived from the 3 rocket and the earth's class. 
It has started the carriage of the Earth to be done by the rock of the earth. After that, the 48 day journey of Chandraya -2 has started to reach the southern pole of the moon.

Chandrayaan 2 will be launching at 2:43 pm today.

Chandrayaan-2 will be launched today with the most powerful rocket GSLV-Mark III-M1.The launch of Chandrayaan-2 from the second launch pad at Satish Dhawan Space Center, about 100 km from Chennai, will be launched on two-and-a-half minutes.
Scientists of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) had stopped it at 1.55 pm after the announcement from Mission Control Room 56 minutes 24 seconds before the launch of the mission on 15 July. Many veteran scientists also praised ISRO for this step. ISRO chief Dr K Sivan said that all the preparations for the launch of Chandrayaan-2 have been completed.Whatever technical weaknesses were seen in the first attempt, it has been rectified.
Around 20 hours of countdown has started in Chandrayaan-2 from 6:53 am on Sunday evening.  Chandrayaan-2 will work on 15 important missions in the coming days.ISRO was launching Chandrayaan-2 in October 2018 first. Later, its date was extended to January 3 and again to 31st January.  
Later, due to other reason…

ISRO's announcement will be launched on July 22.

Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) will now launch the Chandrayaan-II mission on July 22 at 2.43 pm India's second moon mission had to stop GSLV-MK-3 cryogenic engine due to leak in the helium bottle on July 15.
ISRO confirmed this by tweeting  After the launch, the second attempt was being taken between July 21 and 22 and finally the date of July 22 was fixed.Official information from ISRO has been announced that Chandrayaan-2 will be launched on July 22 at 2:43 p.m.
It is worth noting that the first launch was to be held on July 15 but in GSLV MK lll, it had to be avoided after being leaked to the Crossover Stage on the spot.  Let us know that every launch has a time limit in which the results are likely to be found, for which the launch is being done.  It was 10 minutes long on July 15, but ISRO has one minute of every day in the rest of the month.
According to scientists, in order to not launch until July 31, Chandrayaan needs more fuel.  Apart from this, Chandrayaan's…

SpaceX is launching its next dragon spacecraft.

SpaceX is preparing for its next mission, very soon Spacex will launch the Dragon Spacecraft with its Falcon 9 Rocket.
  SpaceX is the 18th commercial reproduction service mission, dragon spacecraft will be loaded with dozens of experiments made in space.  Launch date: Sunday, July 21, 2019 at 7:35 pm  International Space Station (ISS) us  The National Laboratory SpaceX's dragon is giving a finalization to more than two dozen payloads for launch in a circular circular laboratory.  Many of these payloads are aimed at improving human health on the earth, many of which are focused on drug development.  In addition, a series of payloads from identified private sector partners will be launched on this mission.  More than 40 student experiments and demonstrations have been included on the 18th Commercial Recepti Services Mission (CRS-18) of SpaceX.  One part of ISS American National Laboratory's goal is to encourage and engage next generation scientists.                              …

Principle of Subramaniam Chandrasekhar, Chandrasekhar Limit.

The maximum potential mass of a permanent white dwarf constellation is called the Chandrasekhar limit. This limitation was first mentioned in Wilhelm Andersen and E. C. Stoner in his papers published in 1930.  But astronomer Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar of India, in 1930, at the age of 19 years, freely discovered this limit and made the count of this boundary more pure.
At present, the approved value of Chandrasekhar Bound is approximately 1.39 (2.765 × 1030 kg) is.Subramaniam Chandrasekhar renders the theory about the constellations of 'White dwarf', i.e. the 'white dwarf'. 
The limit that they have set for these constellations is called 'Chandrasekhar Border'. From his theory, many secrets have been discovered about the origin of the universe. He is very famous for his magnificent 'Chandrasekhar Border'.
He showed that there is a high mass that can be supported against gravity by the pressure made by electrons and atomic nuclei.  The value of this limit is…

SL 9 conflicts with Jupiter.

Jupiter is the largest planet  in our solar system. Jupiter has been crashing for several days, and in this atmosphere of the planet, huge, black traces were formed and the superheated plum in its stratosphere was abolished.  
Jupiter has had a large meteorite collision. Twenty-five years ago, humanity first saw a collision between a comet and a planet.  From July 16 to 22, 1994, the vast fragments of Comet Shomaker-Levi 9 (SL 9), discovered one year ago, the SL 9 effect gave scientists the opportunity to study a new astronomical phenomenon.  And it was also a kind of sign, and there are such big clashes in the solar system right now.
If Jupiter is insecure from these events, then maybe our earth is also there. If comets hit the earth instead of Jupiter, it could create a global atmospheric disaster, just like the event that erupted the dinosaur 65 million years ago.  "Shomekar-Levi 9 was a kind of punch in the intestine," said Heidi Hummel, who led NASA's visual-light obs…