With SpaceX Dragon's resurrected engines bound for the International Space Station, NASA's Crew-1 would shortly launch in orbit to undertake experiments and track the planet's sea levels as one of their main jobs. NASA's Crew-1 would soon sign up to a seven-person crew onboard the ISS to study and report.
The National Aeronautics and Space Agency (NASA) is now planning to begin the "Resilience" Crew-1 Mission, which will board the Dragon SpaceX spacecraft for passenger and cargo space flights. The squad members include Shannon Walker, Victor Glover, Mike Hopkins, and Japan's Soichi Noguchi's initial line-up.
Astronauts Can Orbit Shortly and Research the Earth
NASA's Crew-1 has experienced many limitations following the International Space Station ( ISS) arrival in recent months. SpaceX noticed some issues with the engine of the Dragon and began fixing the machine.
Mike Hopkins will lead the team. They will travel to the famous International Space Station where, once in orbit, they will undertake studies and observe celestial bodies and the Earth. NASA's Crew 1 will focus on the planet and track the planet's sea levels.
A Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich satellite will go ahead of the crew and launch on November 10. The team will use this satellite to track the Earth's water levels and research its present condition. NASA's attempts to study the planet, climate change, and reveal the mysteries will shortly be taken on board the ISS by many astronauts.
The crew would have started this coming Saturday, October 31, matching up with the spooky festival and becoming a national and worldwide historical "Halloween Launch." Alternatively, the astronauts will be prepared and ready for launch on November 14 to head for space onboard the ISS.
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NASA's Crew-1 explorers will have their project, but will eventually apply to other hands who research the planet along with the International Space Station's existing occupants. Expedition 64 personnel made up of both Russian and American spacemen will join the new crew.
Commander Sergey Ryzhikov, with crew members and flight engineers Sergey Kud-Sverchkov and NASA astronaut Kate Rubins, leads the Expedition 64 Crew. NASA's Crew-1 will follow the current team's activities onboard the ISS to research the Earth's current condition, coupled with the growing challenge of climate change.
Furthermore, Air Force Col. Mike Hopkins will swear on commission as a member of the United States Space Force directly upon meeting the ISS, according to Space News. Hopkins is the Crew-1 Dragon project commander and will guide the team's trip to the space station.
The seven explorers will reinforce and intensify the discovery and analysis phase while circling the Earth. NASA's Crew-1 will bring additional hands and assist the ISS's current occupants in carrying out NASA's task of exploring new advanced studies in the galaxy and knowing more about the world, especially its past and current state.
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