NASA will send astronauts from American soil to space for the first time in 10 Years

In May this year, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) will launch American astronauts into space for the first time in 10 years from an American rocket.

  It is part of NASA's commercial crew program that works closely with Elon Musk's SpaceX and Boeing.  The main objective of the program is to create a lunch system that will be able to take astronauts to the International Space Station (ISS) and reduce Earth's orbits.

  NASA wrote on its website, "As the final flight test for SpaceX, this mission will validate the company's crew transport system, including launch pads, rockets, spacecraft and operational capabilities.  This will be the first time NASA astronauts will test spacecraft systems in orbit.  "

  As part of the program, American astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley will be flown to the ISS from the iconic Kennedy Space Station in Florida on May 27.  This was the same space station used to launch Apollo missions.
This is the first time in nearly ten years that NASA is sending a team from American Earth, making it a historic moment.

  NASA's Jim Bridenstein announced it in a tweet.  "Breaking: On May 27, @NASA will once again launch American astronauts from American rockets on US Earth! Along with our @SpaceX partners, @Astro_Doug and @AstroBehnken will launch a Falcon 9 rocket on the #CrewDragon spacecraft.  Come on #LunchAmerica ?? "he wrote. Sending two astronauts to space would be an achievement in itself and the mission is likely to last a period of 110 days. NASA also specifies  That the time period may change depending on many factors. This particular mission is also important. For Musk and SpaceX because it would be the first example of a private organization sending NASA astronauts to space.

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