Four astronauts left for the International Space Station for NASA, SpaceX launched

Four astronauts left for the International Space Station for NASA, SpaceX launched

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SpaceX has launched four astronauts for NASA from the Kennedy Space Station who will reach the International Space Station by Wednesday night and return to Earth the American and German astronauts living there.

Cape Carnival, AP. Elon Musk’s rocket company SpaceX on Wednesday launched a flight for NASA with four astronauts to the International Space Station. These crew members include a doctor who has become a space walker and a geologist who will study the landslides in space.

For NASA, SpaceX has sent four astronauts to the International Space Station on Wednesday. All of them will reach there by Wednesday night, 16 hours after launch from Kennedy Space Station. This is the first NASA crew in which the number of men and women is equal. Let us tell you that Jessica Watkins is also the first black woman in this. All of them will stay there for five months. A week after their arrival, the three American and German astronauts already there will return to Earth in their SpaceX capsules.

Within two years, SpaceX managed five crew and two private trips for NASA. Elon Musk’s company SpaceX has recently completed sending and bringing three business men into space as NASA’s first private guest. SpaceX’s Falcon rocket has been launched with the capsule and its crew members have named it Freedom.

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