NASA announces launch manned space mission ten years later

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The US space agency NASA has announced that it will be sending a manned space mission from the US mainland next month after a gap of about ten years.

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NASA

The rocket and its spacecraft will depart from Florida’s Kennedy Space Center on May 27 and take the two astronauts to the International Space Station (ISS).

Both the rocket and the spacecraft have been developed by the private company.

SpaceX Since the retirement of its space shuttle in 2011.

SpaceX Since the retirement of its space shuttle in 2011.

NASA has been using Russian rockets for manned space missions. If the mission is successful, SpaceX.

The company of billionaire businessman Elon Musk, will be the first private company to send NASA

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SpaceX

The Falcon Nine rocket and the Crew Dragon spacecraft will depart from the Kennedy Space Center’s historic launch pad 39 A,

from where Apollo and other shuttle missions have departed in the past.

NASA announces launch manned space mission ten years later.

On this latest mission, astronauts Bob Bankin and Doug Hurley will leave for ISS, where they will arrive in 24 hours

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NASA

US private rocket company SpaceX has announced that two people have paid it to orbit the moon.

SpaceX Since the retirement of its space

Alan Musk, owner of SpaceX, says the mission is planned for 2018 and that tourists have paid a hefty sum in advance.

He added that after 45 years of this journey, man will travel back to space.

I heard a knock in space.

The test flight of the two unnamed spacecraft will take place later this year.

Ellen Musk said the project was made possible with the help of the US space agency NASA.

He added that the two men would travel in the solar system very fast and far as no one has done before.

He also refused to reveal the identities of the men, saying they both knew each other and were not Hollywood rights.

Physical training and testing

“Physical training and testing of these people will begin later this year,” he said.

The first mission will have no name and will likely depart in the second quarter of 2018.NASA announces launch manned space mission ten years later.


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