SpaceX Falcon 9 sends super computer to ISS

SpaceX Falcon 9 successfully flew super computers into space. The space company unveiled drone cargo aircraft Dragon to the International Space Station (ISS) on Monday at 12:31 am Cape Canaveral, Florida, bringing super computers as a resource for astronauts for more deep space missions in the future.

The mission is the 12th official launch by SpaceX securing a $ 1.6 billion contract from NASA to deliver supplies to astronauts living in orbit over 20 round-trips.

Tinuku SpaceX Falcon 9 sends super computer to ISS

About 10 minutes after launch, the rocket made a controlled landing at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station as part of SpaceX's efforts to reuse rocket components after each takeoff.

Dragon carries a 2,900-kilogram supply, including a super-sophisticated computer made by Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) called Spaceborne Computer.