America's history will change in 48 hours, everyone will witness

America's history will change in 48 hours, everyone will witness
America's history will change in 48 hours, everyone will witness

The history of American science is about to change in a few hours. The United States, the most powerful country in the world, is about to take a new step into the world of space science, which will be witnessed by US President Donald Trump and the world's scientific fraternity. The event, which occurs approximately 48 hours after a manned space mission, could prove to be a milestone. Yes, after 9 years with American rockets, now for the first time any manned American Earth mission will go into space. After July 21, 2011, the US space agency NASA will now send astronauts on indigenous rockets from their space station and send them to the International Space Station (ISS).

On May 27, 2020, at 4.33 pm, NASA will send two American astronauts to US Earth with US rockets with the ISS. American astronauts who go to the space station on this mission are called Robert Benken and Douglas Hurley. Both astronauts will be sent to the International Space Station by the American company Space-X's Dragon spacecraft. Space-X is the company of American industrialist Elon Musk. He is working with NASA on various space missions for the future. The Space-X Dragon spacecraft will be mounted on the Falcon-9, America's most trusted rocket.

The Falcon-9 rocket will launch from Florida's 39A launch complex. This mission is called Demo-2 mission. The Demo-1 mission successfully transported cargo from the Dragon spacecraft to the space station. In this mission, Robert Benken will determine the docking of the spacecraft, the connection to the space station, the separation of the decoupling space station, and its route. Benken has visited the space station twice before. One in 2008 and the other in 2010. He has traveled to space three times.

At the same time, Douglas Hurley will be the commander of the Dragon spacecraft. They will be responsible for launch, landing and recovery. Douglas went to the space station in 2009 and 2011. He was a civil engineer by profession. Later, in 2000, it partnered with NASA. Prior to this there were fighter pilots in the United States Marine Corps. Both astronauts will remain at the space station for 110 days following the mission launched in May. Explain that the Space-X Dragon capsule can spend time in space continuously for 210 days. Then you have to return to Earth for repair.

Post a Comment

0 Comments