Weekly digest - 2019.09
The main event of this week was the launch and docking of the SpaceX's Crew Dragon capsule to the International Space Station. Capsule was launched to orbit on Saturday with Falcon 9 rocket. The launch was perfect, capsule has been deployed to orbit and the couple minutes later, rocket booster landed on the drone ship in the Atlantic becoming SpaceX's 35th successful landing.
In the meantime, the Crew Dragon capsule was on its way to ISS. On Sunday capsule reached the station and docked by itself to International Docking Adapter. During its stay, the crew members of the Space Station will perform various tests on the capsule to see how it performs in the space. Nasa and SpaceX plans to return capsule to Earth on Friday.
This mission is a final test of the Crew Dragon. If this mission is successful, we will be one step closer to real mission with the crew on board, which is scheduled for July this year.
That all folks. If you want more interesting things check this list out.
Learning about .NET Core futures by poking around at David Fowler's GitHub
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Scott Hanselman & Damian Edwards Talk about Microsoft & .Net Core 3
The Complete Guide to SCSS/SASS
Mask Compositing: The Crash Course
How “defer” operator in Swift actually works
Data structures to name-drop when you want to sound smart in an interview
How to Make Other Developers Hate to Work with You
Role of colour in UI
How to recognize fake AI-generated images
Image credits: Nasa.