NASA and Axiom Space’s first secret ISS mission could take place in January
Land reform activities will increase in the coming months, both and looking to get citizens to move around this year. Looking a little further, some secret services to the International Space Station are in the pipeline, and NASA’s first could take place since January.
NASA is has agreed to go with ordinary people to the ISS. Axiom Mission 1 will be launched at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida “in early January 2022,” according to NASA. Four astronauts, who will fly , is expected to be eight days within the ISS. They have also brought the NASA scientific models to be stored in a cool place.
NASA and its partner organizations around the world must approve Axiom staff, which includes a former NASA employee and three merchants. Training should begin in the summer.
“We are thrilled to see so many people have the opportunity to use aircraft to fly through the first voyage to the space station,” Kathy Lueders, an aide-in-the-air humanitarian observer at NASA Headquarters, said in a statement. “One of our initial goals is the Commercial Crew Program, as well as the Commercial Low-Earth Orbit Development Program, and that our providers have clients other than NASA to boost the economy.”
In the meantime, NASA has hired Axiom to create a single commercial component that can be linked to the ISS by the end of 2024.
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