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Saturday, April 18, 2020

NASA announce to send man space missions nearly ten years later

NASA has announced that it'll be sending its area task to the USA mainland next month after a break of almost ten years.

The rocket and its spacecraft will go away Florida's Kennedy Space Center on May 27 and take two astronauts to the International Space Center (ISS).

Both the rocket and the spacecraft have been developed via private enterprise SpaceX.

Since retiring in its space travel in 2011, NASA has been the use of Russian rockets for area-based totally missions.

If this project succeeds, SpaceX, the billionaire businessman Elon Musk, could be the first private organization to send NASA astronauts into space.
On this latest mission, astronauts Bob Bunken and Doug Hurley will go away for the ISS
The Falcon Nine rocket and the Crew Dragon spacecraft will depart from the Kennedy Space Center's historical launchpad 39A, where Apollo and other commute missions have flown within the past.

On this latest task, astronauts Bob Bunken and Doug Hurley will go away for the ISS in which they come in 24 hours.

At the International Space Station, there may be one American astronaut and two Russian cosmonauts.

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