Elon Musk, CEO and founder of SpaceX, announced that the launch of his company in partnership with NASA, the US space agency, has a 50% chance of being canceled again this Saturday after an aborted take-off attempt due to time bad last Thursday (27).
SpaceX’s Dragon Crew spacecraft will take two NASA astronauts on the agency’s first manned mission in 9 years. Those chosen to man the capsule were Douglas Hurley and Robert Behnken, NASA astronauts since 2000.
Both have been in space on board the old American space shuttles and are considered two of the agency’s most experienced professionals in activity. Dragon Crew’s destination is the International Space Station, and the launch is already being broadcast live over the internet.
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