SpaceX’s first manned Crew Dragon spacecraft will launch at November 15
By Fields Corrielus 2019-06-24 311 0
After the retirement of the US space shuttle in 2011, the United States can only buy Russian Soyuz tickets to send astronauts to the International Space Station for a long time. At present, NASA has signed agreements with SpaceX and Boeing, which will jointly undertake the transportation of personnel to the International Space Station in the future.
Earlier, SpaceX successfully used the manned Dragon spacecraft for test flights in March, but in subsequent ground tests, SpaceX confirmed that the manned Crew Dragon spacecraft was seriously damaged, an accident that delayed the official flight of the manned Crew Dragon spacecraft.
However, sources say the first manned launch of the manned Crew Dragon spacecraft is scheduled for November 15.
At that time, the manned Crew Dragon spacecraft will take American astronauts Robert Benken and Douglas Hurley to the International Space Station.
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