SpaceX enters history with the first successful human space launch
SpaceX enters history with the first successful human space launch

SpaceX made history with NASA astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken with the Falcon 9 in the Crew Dragon capsule.

The above-mentioned launch (Demo-2) is the last display mission in the human evaluation process that was performed using the DragonX capsule Dragon Crew and the Falcon 9 missile. This means that this mission has been completed, and if the launch platform is approved to fight, it is the people who enter space regularly.

This is the second attempt after canceling the first attempt to launch last Wednesday due to weather conditions, and it is also the first time that SpaceX has been launched on SpaceX by human factors.

So far, Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy (SpaceX) have successfully launched a variety of merchandise into orbit, but Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken are the first two companies to travel with private space companies.

SpaceX also managed to get the first stage booster (Falcon 9) used in the launch, which means that the first private booster of spacecraft that send human astronauts into space will be restored.

NASA has developed a commercial plan (passenger compartment) to promote the development of special launchers, in addition to the agency's service to cover the total cost of delivery, which can also provide services to commercial customers.

Thanks to the plan, SpaceX and Boeing won the contract and then developed a human launch system. However, Boeing faced, among other things, the fact that SpaceX was the first astronaut to successfully launch an unattended flight into orbit.

It has been decades since someone launched a brand new American bomber. It is the first time that a person has left an American launcher since the space shuttle program was officially withdrawn in 2011.

Restoring American space capabilities also means that NASA does not rely solely on the Russian Space Agency Roscosmos and its Soyuz spacecraft to transport astronauts to the International Space Station, so NASA could save more than $ 30 million. For every astronaut on the flight.

After the successful launch, Hurley and Payenkin started a several-week flight mission, which then included working on the International Space Station. (Dragon Crew) First, it took about 30 minutes to perform manual control tests. Hurley and Pinken were personally responsible for the spacecraft's escape and theft.

It should be noted that since the spacecraft is designed to fully automatic flight to the International Space Station (ISS), it does not generally occur during normal missions (ship kites).

SpaceX plans to send astronauts to the International Space Station later this year to fully perform conventional flying missions, and has signed an agreement to launch an optimistic passport (Crow Dragon) that will provide space early next year.

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