Did you hear that Nasa's safety planel has concerns about SpaceX and Boeing Spacecraft?
The goal of NASA’s commercial crew transportation program is to allow astronauts to be routinely transported into orbit by private spacecraft; slated to be developed and operated by Boeing and SpaceX. Initially, these missions were to begin last year, but the program’s trips to the ISS have now been pushed to between 2019 and 2024. The shift in timeline comes in light of recent concerns expressed by NASA’s outside safety panel regarding the spacecraft. Depending on the outcome of the panel’s investigation, the new date to be set for the missions could extend even later than 2024.
The safety panel raised questions on Thursday about the dangers of the program as it stands now. group’s annual report made mention of sev
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