For the first time in history, SpaceX(a private company) launches a manned mission to International Space Station.
A SpaceX shuttle carrying four astronauts took off into space on Sunday, on its first manned mission NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) to expect this process to be a long-term plan in assisting Humans to the International Space Station (ISS) completely to operate as expected.
The crew will take 27 hours in orbit as the spacecraft gradually moves toward its objective.
The time taken would have been more shorter if the Crew Dragon were able to lauch on Saturday, as NASA initially arranged, due to a Hurricane the ETA had to be delayed and took off on Sunday.
The container has a working restroom, and the astronauts will have time to get some sleep as the completely self-sufficient vehicle moves through orbit while SpaceX and NASA authorities in Houston, Texas, and Hawthorne, California, look after the excursion.
Sunday’s mission was quickly tossed into question after SpaceX CEO Elon Musk revealed on Twitter that he was encountering manifestations and was being tested for COVID-19, prompting NASA to complete a contact tracing effort to guarantee no basic staff for the dispatch may have been uncovered.
The US has gone through almost 10 years without the capacity to dispatch space travelers into space after the retirement of the Space Shuttle program in 2011, and NASA had to depend on Russian Soyuz rocket to get space explorers to the ISS, which the space organization says left the multibillion-dollar orbiting research center understaffed.
SpaceX built up the Crew Dragon case under NASA’s Commercial Crew Program, which, for the first time in the space agency’s history, given over a large part of the plan, advancement and testing of new human-evaluated shuttle to the private sector.
US President Donald Trump responded to the news by saying that NASA was a closed up disaster when he accepted the administration in 2016 and was currently the ‘hottest’, most developed space community on the planet.