NASA ready: expected news for manned rocket launch

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NASA made a new announcement for the manned rocket launch. This organization, also known as the SpaceX project, will soon sign a historical event. What will the Falcon 9 rocket and Crew Dragon spacecraft do?

NASA ready for manned rocket launch: SpaceX project
Planning a trip between the Kennedy Space Center and the International Space Station, the U.S. Aviation and Space Administration (NASA) reported that flight checks have been completed. Officials said the rocket was ready to be launched.

The relevant meeting between NASA and SpaceX was very productive. In this operation, a rocket and two astronauts will be used. US President Donald Trump is also considering attending this event.

Jim Bridenstine, who served as a manager at NASA, said he was ready to launch history. This event, held on May 27, 2020, will be followed by millions of people.

This trial will be SpaceX’s first experience in launching manned rockets. In addition, Bridenstine, who shared a post on this topic via his Twitter account, said he was sure of the reviews made in a statement he made.

As you may remember, a project called Space Shuttle was previously implemented. This project was led by NASA in 2011. In this context, another project will be launched for the first time in 9 years.

If you wish, you can take a look at the photos published for this historical project. Apart from that, the people who will take part in the rocket were announced: Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken. What do you think about the images?

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