SpaceX launches a beer barley, looking after a robot and “powerful rat
SpaceX launched a three-ton shipment Thursday at the International Space Station, which includes a “powerful rat” for muscle studies, a robot sensitive to the emotion of the innovators, and a miniature version of a brewery in a brewery.
The Dragon Capsule offers a goodie for six-station vacationers. Kenny Todd, who is from NASA, did not give any indication, but he did say, “I think Santa’s sleigh space is dependent on being empty.”
The recycling capsule should arrive by Sunday.
The Falcon missile was launched from the Canaveral Warhead late one day because of the wind.
Minutes after resorting to the SpaceX voyage a new boat on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean returned new support so it could be reused.
SpaceX staff cheered in Southern California as the booster landed, and again minutes after the capsule reached the orbit.
This is the launch of NASA’s 19th SpaceX show.
Forty rats are on board, including eight “strong rats” with twice the muscular mass of regular rats, according to Dr. C. Gene Lee, chief experimental scientist at Jackson Laboratory in Farmington, Connecticut.
To try to build muscle and bone, researchers plan to assemble some non-potent rats during or after a month-long trip.
This treatment could one day help astronauts maintain their bodies on a long spaceflight, Dr. Lee and Dr. Emily German told me about Connecticut’s pediatric treatment center.
Before and after takeoff, the couple sang a portion of the lead song until the mid-twentieth century when TV super heroes joined the launch site in “Super Mighty Mouse” TV cartoons.
German Lee is so emotional that he can’t sing directly without leaving.
Also, barley grains are up in the dragon to experience beer making by Anheuser-Busch. This is the third of a series of Budweiser tests to see how barley shoots are affected by weight loss.
According to German manufacturers, the shipment also features an artificially printed 3D plastic robot head.
It was called Simon, pronounced Simon, and it’s the same prototype that flew last year. This upgraded version is designed to empathize with orbit sympathizers.
Simon will spend up to three years at the space station, most recently spending three times as much as his predecessor.
The goal is to provide innovators with constantly updated robots, especially on the moon and Mars, says IBM’s Mattias Pinoc.
The space station currently has three Americans, one Russian and one Italian
“Scientists have already known that mass transfer from one star to another in astrology is an important process, because it creates events that release a lot of energy – from the supernova type IA to the synthesis of black holes.
I could understand what would happen if a star moved mass to a pair of wires, and to do this I had to generalize the known process of intercellular mass flow. ”
Di Stefano suggested that the mass flow is similar to the flow of water through the tube.
Di Stefano said: “Broad Star takes the tear, completes the” Roche Loop “and moves the block across a small area called Point L1.”
“The Roche loop and the L1 point provide a mathematical basis for calculating exactly what happened to the infected mass in the binary affecting the rotation of the secondary and the flow of the substance.”
While the knowledge base of binary star systems is broad and expanding, our understanding of mass transfer to triple star systems is limited.
Astronomical observations have proved that the three-star system is simple and even dominant among the inhabitants of high-mass stars.
“Instead of a fixed position about the rotating stars in the three-star system, as we see in the binary system, point L1 executes an orbit of the three-dimensional surface and the Roche loop shape periodically pulses,” said Di Stefano.
“This means that the mass through its movement from the donor star has already been plotted in the inner dual phase, though it has not yet traveled on the two, and the visual result seems to be very similar to Pas de Troy.”
The follow-up revealed that the pulse also had an effect on increasing the mass flow rate, and found surprising results for observers to consider.
“If the internal conflict remains in the constellation, a higher mass flow rate may make these systems one of the brightest X-ray sources of galaxy groups. This indicates that x-ray astronomers may be able to determine mass transfer three times,” he said. . De Stefano.
“But the really exciting thing is that this new ability to triple X-ray detection allows us to discover that some systems previously thought to be X-ray diodes are in fact a new class of star systems.