SpaceX launch first operational mission to International Space Station

SpaceX launch first operational mission to International Space Station

On Sunday, The American aerospace manufacturer SpaceX (Space Exploration Technologies Corp) has launched 4 NASA Astronauts into the international space station. NASA’s first undeniable mission sending a group into space onboard an exclusive private spacecraft. Those astronauts were arrived at a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket in the wake of lifting off at 7:27 PM from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, Florida.

SpaceX Falcon 9 Crew
SpaceX Falcon 9 Crew

NASA authorities said, “An air hole caused an unforeseen drop in container pressure under two hours before the SpaceX rocket launch. The twenty seven hour journey to the International space station, a circling lab exactly 400 km above the Earth, was initially organized to start on Saturday. However, the SpaceX launch was delayed for a day because of conjectures of slackening in the wind speed. Leftovers of Hurricane Estimated time of arrival – that would have made a return arrival for the SpaceX Falcon 9’s stage difficulty”. However, professionals said they led an effective leak check, and the rescheduled the launch of SpaceX rocket.

There were three American astronauts and one Japanese astronaut in the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. They were wearing white astronauts suits. They reached the international space station at 4:30 PM with three Tesla SUVs. Crew Commander said that, “To all the individuals at SpaceX and NASA by cooperating through these troublesome occasions, you have motivated the country the world. What’s more, presently it’s the ideal opportunity for us to do ours part, Team 1 for all.”