A closer look at SpaceX's Falcon 9 atop Pad 39A by NASA photographer Glenn Benson.
Awaiting Launch Day
SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket awaits launch day for its SpaceX-10 mission, the 10th cargo delivery flight for NASA, which launched from NASA's historic Pad 39A.
Crystal Growth Experiment on Dragon
aul Reichert, associate principal scientist at Merck Research Laboratories in Kenilworth, New Jersey, discusses how a crystal growth experiment riding on SpaceX-10 will work in weightlessness.
Jolyn Russell, deputy Robotics program manager at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center’s Satellite Servicing Projects Division in Maryland, discusses the "three-eyed" Raven investigation on SpaceX-10 to study real-time robotic spacecraft navigation system that provides the eyes and intelligence to see a target and steer safely toward it.
The Science on SpaceX-10
Tara Ruttley, NASA associate scientist for the International Space Station Program, left, and Patrick O'Nell, Marketing and Communications manager for the Center for the Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS), speak to members of social media in the Kennedy Space Center’s Press Site auditorium.
What's Riding on SpaceX-10
Richard Blakeslee of NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, speaks to members of social media in the Kennedy Space Center's Press Site auditorium to discuss the instruments to be delivered to the International Space Station on the SpaceX CRS-10 mission.
Tissue Regeneration in Space
From NASA: "Dr. Melissa Kacena, associate professor of orthopedic surgery at Indiana University, left, and Dr. Rasha Hammamieh, director of Integrative Systems Biology for the US Army Medical Research and Materiel Command at Fort Detrick, Maryland, speak to members of social media in the Kennedy Space Center’s Press Site auditorium. The briefing focused on studies on the effects of microgravity on tissue regeneration planned for the International Space Station following the arrival of a Dragon spacecraft."
Speaking to members of the media in the Kennedy Space Center’s Press Site auditorium, Dr. Michael Freilich of the Earth Science Division at NASA Headquarters in Washington, D.C., left, and Dr. Richard Blakeslee of NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, discussed instruments to be delivered to the International Space Station on the SpaceX CRS-10 mission.