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NASA Gives Green Light To SpaceX To Conduct Final Tests For 27 May Launch

At present, NASA and SpaceX are on the verge of their final preparations that are going ahead for the historic launch happening on May 27th.

After repeated testing and intensive retro checks on May 20 and 21st, NASA is ready to give Elon Musk’s SpaceX the signal for the launch of its first astronauts to space next week.

But, before the launch occurs, there are still lots of work to do for the two space companies for the completion that includes another final check on May 25th.

Source: CNet

The result of these checks and testing were positive that they are deemed about the flight and observed no significant issues that would prevent the flight from happening its mission.

Jim spoke in the press conference about the great review and discussions made in the space station regarding the launch of the flight which is due and added that they are preparing themselves for the mission in five short days.

The SpaceX brings the astronauts all the way to the international space station which is currently in orbit around the Earth.

The final test for the SpaceX will be the flight which is due for NASA’s commercial crew and the agency enlisted the privately-owned companies to create starships to transport astronauts to and from the ISS.

The SpaceX so long has been working in the mission of developing the hardship and after 6 years of strenuous testing and trials, the company is now heading just a week away to bring people out into space in their own very rocket.

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