NASA to Fly SpaceX Spacecraft For Climate Change Investigation

In order to monitor climate change from the International Space Station, the Nasa announced on Friday that SpaceX and it will launch the agency's newest investigation.

According to the government, SpaceX's commercial resupply services flight to the orbiting laboratory will carry NASA's Earth Surface Mineral Dust Source Investigation

It is planned for next Thursday at 8:44 PM Eastern Time.

According to NASA, the Dragon spacecraft from Space Exploration Technologies Corp. 

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 will launch from Launch Complex 39A at the NASA Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

According to the government, the spacecraft will spend around a month affixed to the orbiting station before it makes its way back to Earth carrying research and return goods.

According to NASA, additional research includes examining immune cell ageing and the possibility of reversing these effects during postflight recuperation, among other things.

NASA and SpaceX plan to launch the organization's upcoming probe to the International Space Station at 8:44 p.m. EDT (5:44 p.m. PDT) on Thursday, July 14.

NASA's Earth Surface Mineral Dust Source Investigation (EMIT) will travel to the orbiting laboratory onboard SpaceX's 25th commercial resupply services flight.

Launch Complex 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida will see SpaceX's Dragon spaceship take off with fresh scientific investigations, 

supplies, and equipment for the international crew, including a new climate research inquiry.

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