According to Dr. Jitendra Singh, India's Minister of State for Space, Science, Technology, Earth Sciences,…
Launch of an astronaut team by SpaceX for a space station mission
On Thursday, an astronaut crew headed for the International Space Station was launched by SpaceX and NASA.
Four astronauts were launched by SpaceX, including the first Arab who would spend several months in space. Just after midnight, the Falcon 9 rocket was launched from Kennedy Space Center.
In addition to Sultan Alneyadi of the United Arab Emirates and Andrey Fedyaev of Roscosmos, who is a mission specialist for a space station science trip, the Crew-6 launch included two NASA astronauts, Mission Commander Stephen Bowen, and Pilot Warren Hoburg.
They are anticipated to stay on board the orbiting laboratory for around six months, conducting scientific research and maintaining the two-decade-old station.
As part of the organization’s Commercial Crew Program, this is the sixth crew rotation flight to the orbiting laboratory using a SpaceX Dragon spacecraft and a Falcon 9 rocket. Endeavour is the name of this dragon.
A clogged filter in the engine ignition system forced Monday’s initial launch attempt to be postponed at the last minute.***
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