The commercial crew program report on November 14, by the Office of Inspector General of NASA, went through several issues with commercial crew program, which it is giving warning that could hinder the ability of NASA in accessing and utilizing the global space station in the future. NASA, SpaceX and Boeing are trying to change that, but first SpaceX's Crew Dragon capsule will have to make a daring escape during a simulated launch emergency. In a statement, the vehicle will be resolved at the earliest January 4 emergency test.More news: Measles death toll climbs to 63 in Samoa
A Tweet from SpaceX from November 13 read: "Full-duration static-fire test of Crew Dragon's launch escape system complete ..." Since 2011, Russian-made Soyuz modules have been responsible for taking NASA astronauts to the station. The SpaceX CRS-19 mission includes payloads from the life, materials, and physical sciences-each created to leverage the unique environment of the space station to benefit life on Earth. The prerequisites for carrying astronauts are quite high. The company is sending the 19th supply to the ISS with the Dragon spacecraft that is launching from the SpaceX Falcon 9. Both SpaceX and Boeing have suffered repeated delays in their efforts to take off astronauts.More news: Blind Inmate Executed in Tennessee for Woman’s 1991 Killing
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This supply, SpaceX's 19th cargo flight to the area station underneath NASA's Business Resupply Providers contract, will assist dozens of latest and current investigations. Some fix and spacewalk missions had to wait because the vehicles didn't catch up because the required tests were not completed on time. Following the capsule, trials for manned studies are planned.