The rocket called Falcon from the Florida Space Center in the United States left for the ISS carrying four astronauts. The Falcon rocket arrived at the ISS around 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday. SpaceX Washington
On Sunday, the Spacex rocket from the Florida Space Center in the United States left for the International Space Station (ISS) carrying four astronauts. After completing its 27-hour journey, the Falcon rocket will hit the ISS around 9:30 a.m. Tuesday morning.
The particularity of this launch is that this rocket belongs to Elon Musk’s SpaceX company. Previously, NASA relied on the Russian Soyuz rocket. Russia has been providing this facility to NASA for almost a decade.
This Spacex crew dragon capsule is called Resilience. There are four astronauts in this mission. Three of them are from the United States and one from Japan. In May, NASA sent two astronauts Robert Bacon and Douglas Hurley into space on an experimental basis. It was launched in a capsule called Endeavor. This spacex rocket returned to Earth in August with two spacecraft.