SpaceX Successfully Rockets Crew Dragon Ship

SpaceX ‘S SpaceX Crew Dragon, designed to transport astronauts to an International Space Station from the ground of the United States, flies in orbit after a timely launch on board the Falcon 9 rocket at 2:49 a. m.
With two minutes remaining in the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, the rocket is on its proper trajectory when it moves downward, far from the Kennedy Space Center in NASA.
The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket is lifted and transported to the International Space Station on a historic inaugural flight.

Dragon V2 ( version 2 ) is the development of the successful SpaceX capsule, which has delivered four deliveries to ISS ( International Space Station ).
But SpaceX’s vision is clear: when combined with a Falcon 9 reusable rocket, Dragon V2 can offer a fully reusable space system for transporting cargo and crew to Earth’s orbit.

Avionic systems and onboard engines of the Dragon crew will try to move the spacecraft to the ISS at 3: 30 am ET on Sunday.
On Saturday, at 2: 49 a.m. ET, SpaceX launched the SpaceX Crew Dragon, a space spacecraft designed for NASA astronauts, into orbit.
At 2: 49 a.m. ET on Saturday, SpaceX, an aerospace company founded by Elon Musk, launched its SpaceX spacecraft into orbit.

SpaceX has to nail its team Dragon capsule debut before it gets people on board later in the year.
Nasa has focused on private companies, SpaceX and Boeing and has delivered them $ 8 billion to build and operate crew capsules for astronauts to and from the space station.
Despite the success of SpaceX in the recovery and reuse of its rockets, NASA is pushing for brand new SpaceX boosters for space flight suits.

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