NASA has confirmed that the “Crow-4” SpaceX mission will be launched next week

ناسا تایید کرد: ماموریت «کرو-4» اسپیس ایکس هفته آینده پرتاب می‌شود

A group of astronauts had been preparing for a mission for some time.کرو -4Go to the International Space Station. It has now been confirmed that the occupants of the mission will leave Earth next Saturday aboard the Falcon 9 SpaceX rocket.

In this mission, four people go to the space station with Dragon Space X capsules they are going: “Chel Lindgren”, “Robert Heinz” and “Jessica Watkins” from NASA and “Samantha Christoforti” from the European Space Agency. NASA said in a statement:

“Launch for 5:26 p.m. Saturday 3 May [13:56 به وقت ایران] Is planned. Mission Crow-4 The fourth rotation launch of the astronauts [به ایستگاه فضایی بین‌المللی] With the Dragon spacecraft and the Falcon 9 SpaceX. “NASA’s Chel Lindgren and Bob Heinz will serve as mission commanders and pilots, respectively, and NASA’s Jessica Watkins and the European Space Agency’s Samantha Christofforti will also be operations specialists.”

The astronauts of the Crow-4 mission are ready

The four had been training with the Dragon capsule at SpaceX headquarters in Hawthorne, California, and NASA’s Kennedy Space Center for some time. Meanwhile, SpaceX is preparing its spacecraft.

The new Dragon capsule has recently reached the Kennedy Space Center. It was recently announced that the capsule was called “Freedom” and was sent from the Cape Canaveral Space Center in Florida. NASA further announced that the spacecraft after making the necessary arrangements between Dragon and Falcon 9Is taken to the launch pad and placed in a standing position.

SpaceX, in collaboration with Axiom, took three astronauts to the International Space Station in a completely private manner for the first time in another mission earlier this week. These people are said to be each probably $ 55 million They had to pay for the reservation of their seats, they were supposed to do various scientific experiments in this mission. Axiom wants to pave the way for future space travel.

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