The US company "Space X" will launch the "Crew Dragon" on Saturday, March 2 to attract people to the universe. In this way, the United States expects to regain independence in space missions and, for the first time, this operation will be carried out by a private company.
In the first "Demo-1" flight, people will not be in the spacecraft. If the flight is successful, two astronauts will climb Dragon Crew already in July this year to make the so-called "Demo-2" flight.
To ensure the independence of the American cosmonaut for several years was a topical issue. The National Authority of Aeronautics and Space (NASA) has suspended its Space Shuttle Program in 2011, temporarily depending on Russia, currently the only country capable of transporting space. The NASA program was detained while promoting the involvement of private industry in space conquest and hoping for its services to deliver astronauts to the International Space Station and back.
The video shows one of the many "Dragon Crew" tests that prove different spaceship capacities:
Several companies have implemented rocket tests in close collaboration with NASA for several years, but SpaceX is now the most remote. Space X now has to become a NASA partner for other important missions, including Moon, Mars and other destinations.
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