NASA is going to announce their first manned mission from US soil in next month. The rocket and the spacecraft are going to take off from Florida’s Kennedy Space Centre, going to carry two astronauts to the International Space Station on 27 May 2020.
The rocket and spacecraft have been developed by a private company name SpaceX. If the mission successfully reached to the space station, then it will be the first private space firm into space. SpaceX has been headed by the billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk.
The two spacecraft, Nine Rocket and Crew Dragon will take off from the historic pad 39A, which has been used to launch the Apollo and shuttle missions. There will be two-passenger, Bob Behnken and Doug Huley. The entire journey will be completed within 24 hours to reach ISS.