New Space Crew Launched Today!!! Get the Latest Updates about the Team’s Experiments Here: Space exploration has boomed in recent years with the introduction of new technology and equipment. Many observatories and organizations are performing many experiments to explore the behaviour of things. Today space X has launched a new crew to International Space Station (ISS) to perform various experiments.
Space X collaborated with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) launching many rockets to space to perform certain functions. Recently Space X and NASA sent a 4 member crew to ISS in Falcon 9 rocket. The crew consists of two NASA astronauts, one Russian cosmonaut, and one astronaut from the United Arab Emirates. They flew to perform six moth science experiments.
They are going to observe human cell growth in space and to study how to control the combustion in microgravity areas. These are the two major experiments that they are going to do. This launch was previously scheduled for Monday but it was cancelled due to the malfunction the in the clogging filter. Later it was rectified by technicians and is ready to launch today. According to NASA, the endeavour space shuttle will be docked at ISS after 25 hours of its launch.