SpaceX CRS-29 carries materials for Canadian science experiments to the International Space Station
NASA's SpaceX CRS-29 commercial resupply mission is is set to launch on from Kennedy Space Center in Florida, scheduled for tonight. The mission features the SpaceX Dragon cargo spacecraft, set to rendezvous with the International Space Station on .
Dragon is packed with essential scientific equipment for a few Canadian experiments, including glucose test kits items for Vascular Aging. This study delves into arterial stiffness and insulin resistance among astronauts. The spacecraft will also carry Bio-Monitor hardware that will be used for Space Health, as well as CARDIOBREATH, which investigates astronauts' cardiovascular systems within the unique environment of the International Space Station.
Live coverage of the launch will begin on NASA TV on , starting at 8:00 pm ET.
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