Here we bring you exciting news and background information on upcoming and space events. Today we report on the press conference for the SpaceX CRS-25 post-launch press conference on Thursday 7/14/2022. Read all the details about the SpaceX CRS-25 Post-Launch News Conference mission in this article.
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Dragon CRS-2 SpX-25 mission overview
NASA and SpaceX will hold a press conference after the launch of the CRS-25 rescue mission to the International Space Station.
|SpaceX CRS-25 Post-launch News Conference|
|original designation||SpaceX CRS-25 Post-launch News Conference|
|event type||Press Conference|
|mission type||supply journey|
|where?||Kennedy Space Center|
|missile name||Falcon 9|
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What is the purpose of the Dragon CRS-2 SpX-25 mission?
The 25th commercial resupply flight to the International Space Station will be operated by SpaceX. The flight will be operated under NASA’s second commercial resupply services contract.
Cargo Dragon 2 brings supplies and payloads, including essential items in direct support of scientific and research investigations taking place aboard the Space Lab.
Where does the Dragon CRS-2 SpX-25 mission take place?
The mission takes place in low earth orbit. This is located at an altitude of 200 to 2000 km. LEO rides are less energy and easier to get to. The spacecraft needs about 100 minutes to orbit the Earth and can move at a speed of about 7 km/s. The maximum wireless connection to a ground station is 15 minutes per round trip. LEO is used primarily for manned spaceflight, but also for spy and astronomical satellites, as well as Earth and weather exploration satellites, amateur radio satellites, global communications systems, and research and technology testing satellites.
Space programs and organizations participating in the SpaceX CRS-25 Post-Launch News Conference
Commercial Replenishment Services: Commercial Resupply Services (CRS) is a series of flights contracted by NASA to deliver cargo and supplies to the International Space Station. In 2008, the first CRS contracts were signed, and $1.6 billion was awarded to SpaceX for 12 cargo flights from Dragon and Orbital Sciences for eight Cygnus flights, covering deliveries through 2016. Falcon 9 and Antares rockets were also developed under the CRS program to bring cargo systems to the International Space Station.
International Space Station: The International Space Station program is linked to a complex set of legal, political, and financial agreements between the sixteen nations involved in the project, which define ownership of the various components, crew rights and use, and responsibilities for regulating crew rotation and equipping the International Space Station. The project was created in 1984 by President Ronald Reagan as part of the Space Station Freedom project, as it was originally called.
These space organizations participate:
- The National Center for Aeronautics and Space Administration
- Northrop Grumman Space Systems
- Sierra Nevada Corporation
- Canadian Space Agency
- European Space Agency
- Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
- Russian Federal Space Agency (ROSCOSMOS)
Latest release update: 07/11/2022
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