NASA’s commercial cargo provider SpaceX target is 1:29 pm. On Thursday, June 3, US Eastern Time, the 22nd commercial refueling service mission will launch to the International Space Station. Liftoff will take place at the agency’s 39A launch site at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. SpaceX’s Dragon spacecraft will provide new solar panels to power future orbital laboratory work, while providing international crews with new scientific research, supplies and equipment. The live report will be streamed on NASA TV, NASA’s
app, and the agency’s website, with the pre-launch event starting on Wednesday, June 2. The pressurized cabin of the
Dragon will conduct several studies, including an experiment to help develop better drugs and treatments for kidney disease on the planet, and a study of cotton roots that may identify the need for less water and insecticide. Plant varieties of the agent. The study will also include two surveys of model organisms: one will study bobtail squid to examine the effects of space flight on the interaction between beneficial microorganisms and their animal hosts. The other will study the adaptation of tardigrades to low-Earth orbit conditions, which can improve understanding of the pressures affecting humans in space. Mission
will include technical demonstrations, including portable ultrasound equipment. In addition, astronauts will use virtual reality and tactile interfaces to remotely test the effectiveness of manipulator arms and spacecraft. The pressureless trunk portion of the
Dragon will deliver the first two of the six newly deployed solar panels based on the design tested on the space station in 2017. The robotic arm will remove them, and astronauts will install them in a series of spacewalks this summer. Approximately 12 minutes after the launch of
, Long will separate from the second stage of the Falcon 9 rocket and begin a series of carefully choreographed booster shots to reach the space station. Plan to arrive at the space station on Saturday, June 5. Dragon will autonomously dock in the spaceport on the Harmony module of the space station. Expedition 65 flight engineer Shane Kimbrough and Megan McArthur from NASA surveillance operations. The
spacecraft is expected to connect with the space station for more than a month, and then splash into the Atlantic Ocean, returning with research and cargo.
The full report for this mission is as follows (all times are Eastern Time):
Wednesday June 2,
11am – Want to learn more about Dragon science? Watch it on NASA TV or chat with some of the leading researchers with us on the Kennedy Space Center Facebook and YouTube pages. If you have any questions, use #AskNASA on Twitter. They can respond in real time during this period.
11:30 AM-1: 00 PM-Pre-certified media will have the opportunity to have personal conversations with scientists and other subject matter experts on the Kennedy News website (in accordance with the COVID19 security protocol). *
at 1:30 pm-NASA TV will broadcast Kennedy’s pre-launch press conference with representatives from NASA’s International Space Station program, SpaceX, and the US Space Force’s Delta 45 space launch. USA For telephone access numbers and passwords, contact the Kennedy Press Room at kscnewsroom@mail.nasa.gov no later than 1 pm. Wednesday June 2nd. The public can also use #AskNASA on Twitter to ask questions. They can respond in real time during the period.
Thursday, June 3,
at 1:29 PM M. NASA television coverage begins at 1:29 p.m. M. On target. issue.
Saturday, June 5,
3:30 AM-NASA TV begins reporting on the dragon’s docking with the space station.
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* The deadline for media to apply for certification for this launch has passed, but general information about media certification can be obtained by sending an email to kscmediaaccreditat@mail.nasa.gov.
NASA TV launch report
The live report of the NASA TV launch will begin at 1 pm. Thursday, June 3rd. For NASA TV downlink information, timetables and video source links, please visit:
http://www.nasa.gov/nasatv
The audio and launch reports of the press conference will be broadcast by NASA “V”, which can be accessed by calling 3218671220, 1240, 1260, or 7135 visits. On the day of launch, the “mission audio” countdown event without NASA TV launch commentary will be held at 3218677135.
On the day of launch, the launch of “Clean Broadcast” without NASA TV commentary will be conducted on the NASA TV media channel.
reports on the launch of NASA’s website
reports on the launch day of the mission will be available on the NASA website. The coverage will include real-time streaming and blog updates starting no earlier than 1pm. Thursday, June 3, when the countdown milestone occurs. Video-on-demand streaming and launch photos will be provided shortly after launch. For questions about the countdown report, please contact Kennedy’s newsroom at 3218672468. Please pay attention to the countdown report on the agency’s release blog:
https://blogs.nasa.gov/spacexcrs22 /
Virtual participation in the release
members of the public can register to participate in almost this conference. Attendees will receive task and event updates via email. The virtual visitor plan provided by NASA for this mission also includes selected launch resources, notification of related opportunities, and stamping of your NASA virtual visitor passport after successful launch.

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