NASA Created Historic Missions By Launching 4 Astronauts To ISS

NASA Created Historic Missions By Launching 4 Astronauts To ISS
4 Astronauts Ready to launch to ISS. Crew-1 Mission carried out by SpaceX company with NASA. This will going to creates a hostoric Mission. Image Source:NASA Twitter

As of today, Sunday, November 15 at 7:27 AM EST, astronauts will fly from Complex 39A to the International Space Station at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida for liftoff of the SpaceX Crew-1 mission of NASA and the SpaceX Company.

This mission will be a historic mission for NASA and SpaceX, as for the first time, a private company is going to take four astronauts to the International Space Station for NASA.

What Is The SpaceX Crew1 Mission?

The mission will be launched by Elen Musk's company SpaceX, which includes falcon-9 rocket and Crew Dragon spacecraft. 

The specialty of this mission is that it is spacecraft fully automated, and it is capable of carrying four space travelers at once.  

Another great thing is that this rocket can be used again, along with being able to land it back on land. 

Let me tell you that this is the second mission of SpaceX because earlier in the summer, there was a successful launching and return of NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley with the demo-2 mission.

Astronauts Involved In This Mission

The crew of the crew-1 mission will leave the space station, along with flight crew commander Michael Hopkins, pilot Victor Glover, mission specialist Shannon Walker, and Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) mission specialist Soichi Joguchi. 

The mission will be for about six months, in which work will start on the science mission on the space station. In which work on the life and lunar mission will be done on the Mars mission.

Historic Mission For America

Having this Mission successful launch will bring back American launch capabilities. 

This effort will eliminate the dependence on Russia for trips to the International Space Station.

After this mission, NASA will not have to take Russia's help to go to space.

After the launch of this mission, the docking will be done the next day on 16 November at 11 PM. which will be broadcast live on NASA's website.

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