The Dragon freighter is ready for launch. In the aftermath of the postponement due to strong winds, everything in the Kennedy Space Center is ready for the new attempt to launch the unmanned shuttle. Loaded with over four tons of supplies and materials destined for the International Space Station, including two new iRosa modules, the flexible photovoltaic panels that are gradually replacing the solar panels of the ISS, now at the end of its life.
Called CRS-28, the mission is the fourth of the C208 spacecraft, one of four in the SpaceX fleet. A fifth cargo shuttle is under construction. The goal of Elon Musk's company is to fly each of its cargo shuttles up to 15 times.