The Falcon-9 Dragon launched NASA Crew-3 to Space Just now. The Crew-2 Alpha Mission was a success and all crew members returned to earth safely. The Falcon-9 is a rocket made by SpaceX, Inc. A Space company owned by billionaire Elon Musk the worlds richest man. Elon Musk created SpaceX in 2002. Elon is also the co-founder of PayPal after he sold PayPal he used half of those funds for his Space company SpaceX and the later half for Tesla, Inc. after 18 years of it’s creation SpaceX was able to launch now 3 NASA Crew members to Space. SpaceX is a successful company not only by its cost efficiency but by the manufacturing capability of its capable designs. The rockets are made by hand not that much robot or machines used for the building of SpaceX rockets in general. SpaceX is a company which is devoted in its mission it has the capabilities to build more durable and cost effective rockets much more than NASA can or any other Space company and thus that has made SpaceX is main contractor for NASA, even beating and making sham of the Lockheed and Boeing joint space venture with NASA at high prices with less rockets that may have weaker technology in them.
The Falcon-9 launched at 9:02 ET and is of a crew of four. These four crew members will go to the international space station for 6 months and get more data on how space impacts food growth for their respective agencies as NASA and ESA exc. The Crew three members are: Matthias Maurer a German ESA astronaut, the Americans Thomas Marshburn, Raja Chari, and Kayla Barron. 3 Americans and 1 German national. These crew members will be conducting experiments on growing food life on the international space station. And ESA The European Space Agency and NASA.
The launch was a success as it had no problems flying into Space and outside of Earth. Elon Musk still is yet far from his plans from going and building a city in Mars but not far yet.
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