SpaceX has succeeded he found four pedestrians on the road en route going to the International Space Station (ISS) and settling in with the arrival of the Falcon 9 first phase. The Crew-2 project also encountered a number of signs during this time. It is the first to use the Falcon 9 first-class additive and a guaranteed travel capsule. It is the first mission of SpaceX (and NASA’s first in 20 years) to deploy a global space in three space organizations.
The start lit up the night sky calmly and clearly in Cape Canaveral Florida. The second and second stages of isolation, the roundabout and phase 1 reach the top “Obviously I still love you” all seem to be moving by name only. “I’m glad we’re all back in space,” said NASA astronaut Shane Kimbrough.
The first phase of the Falcon 9 was used to launch the first SpaceX project with four Crew-1 members. So far, the Crew-2 Dragon Capsule is the only pilot in NASA Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley for ISS’s first SpaceX project, Demo-2.
The four Crew-2 specialists are Nimb’s Kimbrough and Megan McArthur, as well as Akihiko Hoshide of JAXA and Thomas Pesquet of ESA. They are both space fighters, though this will be McArthur’s first trip to the ISS (he had already flown to the Hubble Space Telescope). However, they are sitting in a chair that their husbands, Behnken, flew on Demo-2.
He has helped four Crew-1 members who have returned to Earth climb aboard SpaceX’s Crew-1 Dragon, probably in late April 2021.
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