Elon Musk’s SpaceX is ready to launch the space station’s next crew to orbit with Nasa. Yes, you read the correct statement. Now the most awaited moment going to happen and we all will enjoy the special occasion in SpaceX history.

SpaceX Set to Launch Space Station Next Crew to Orbit

SpaceX is teh private rocket company that was started by Elon Musk. On Wednesday, including a veteran spacewalker and two younger crewmates chosen to join NASA’s forthcoming lunar missions.

NASA, SpaceX Set to Launch Space Station Next Crew to Orbit

Mostly every detail regarding the launch has been shared by the officials. As per the details, the timing of this launch will be 09:03 pm (02:00 GMT Thursday) from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida.

If everything goes fine and as per plan then three US astronauts and their European Space Agency (ESW) crewmates will arrive about 22 hours later and dock with the space station. The space station is above 250 miles (400 Km) from the earth.

Previously the launch was decided to take place on October 31, 2021. But because of the bad weather condition, it was delayed and space members started waiting for the right time. Now it’s time to discuss some more interesting information related to this launch and details that you should know before the launch will take place.

According to a report, there are three commanders that NASA will give to SpaceX who will join this mission. The name of these three flight commanders Raja Chari, 44, mission pilot Tom Marshburn, 61, and mission specialist Kayla Barron. While there is other names of astronauts also available 34 – is German astronaut Matthias Maurer, 51, an ESA mission specialist.

Ater news gets viral over the internet there are many people who shared different types of posts regarding this launch. Definitely, the collaboration of NASA and SpaceX will make the mission successful. There is a huge possibility that this mission going bring many more things and the world will welcome numerous opportunities for the world as well as SpaceX also.


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