It’s been an overall smooth flight so far for Lake Native Commander Mike Hopkins and his crew aboard the SpaceX Dragon Capsule, however a small issue did arise during flight early Monday Morning.
It came up about 2.5 hours after launch.
Three of the four heaters used to keep fuel warm for the dragon.
Small thruster rockets were off line to have to be working to continue a mission.
It took about three hours, but Lake of the Ozarks Native Commander Mike Hopkins finally got the call he was waiting for for Mission Control.
“Were able to recover the prop plane heaters and are back to full fault tolerance.”
Hopkins replied “That is excellent news.”
With that, the Dragon spacecraft they call resilience has made it through the first hint of trouble with flying colors.